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shootings in our area... one of them deadly.what police are saying about the investigations so far this morning. plus...it's not november let, but people will still be heading to the polls today.the important races happening in your area. let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterda the week with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. the humidity started to increase overnight, and as a result, it is warmer this morning with lows in the 60s to lower 70s and some clouds. the humidity gets more uncomfortable for today with highs in the low to mid 80s under a partly cloudy sky. tonight is clear, warm and humid with lows in the near 70
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we're following breaking news
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medical examiner's office tells us they have been called to the scene of a shooting near 35th and congress--- about 5 blocks north of capitol drive. we do know milwaukee police-- and first responders from the fire department are on scene. we have a crew heading that way right now to get more information. we'll have an update-- at 5-30. and also breaking overnight-- another shooting, this time in west allis. you're looking at video of the scene near 73rd and walker. tape-- and squad cars in the area. what we do know is at least one person did get shot and first responders took that person to the hospital. right now-- officers are ?still trying to figure out what triggered the shooting. decision 20-16 now. voters across wisconsin will go to the polls today... and cast ballots in the state's primary. the election comes with wisconsin's voter i-d law in limbo. pete zervakis is live at city hall... with
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the polls open at 7 this morning - and they'll stay open until 8 pm. as a reminder: wisconsin's voter i-d law ?is in place for today's election. if you plan to cast a ballot... you have to have a driver's license... state issued id... military i-d... passport... or a veterans affairs i-d. a tribal i-d... naturalization certificate... or certain student id's work also. the address on the i-d but you will need to show an accepted form of i-d to vote. today's election comes after two judges recently struck down parts of wisconsin's voter i-d law in separate rulings. if those decisions are upheld... the voter i-d law -- as it applies today -- would not be in effect in this november's election. wisconsin's attorney appealing
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tmj4. happening right now...a severe shortage of f-a-a workers. that's how their union is describing -- a 27 year low for the field.the f-a-a is looking to hire 14-hundred air traffic controllers right now. the union warning a severe shortage -- could result in system inefficiencies and delays.although an f-a-a spokesperson says the organization is quote "back on track" in terms of it's hiring goals.so if you want one of these jobs, you t get hired as a trainee -- you'll get paid, but have to travel to oklahoma city to learn. if you're offered a job after training -- you could start at 38-thousand a year -- and from there you can get pretty big pay raises -- the median salary foir an air traffic controller is 123-thousand a year.we've got more information on our website -t-m-j-4-dot-com.vince? more cancellations and delays for delta this morning. the company says travellers should check their flight status
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and another 200... delayed. today's warning comes after a system wide computer failure grounded delta flights across the globe yesterday. that problem caused more than a thousand flights to be delayed, including here at mitchell international airport. officials blame a power outage at a delta facility in atlanta for starting the worldwide computer meltdown. hillary clinton says she will participate in all three presidential debates. donald trump complained the dates are unsuitable... because two time as nfl games.a nonpartisan commission set the schedule last fall.the debates will take place september 26th, october 9th and october 19th.the only one that interferes with a packers game is the one on october 9th. the n-f-l hall of fame says it will refund tickets for fans who planned to attend the hall of fame game sunday.the game was canceled due to poor field conditions.purchases made with credit, debit or checks will be automatically refunded.
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will be processed by august 31st. at the the summer games in rio, team u-s-a continues to dominate in the pool... bringing home medals in both men's and women's events.we go to the women's 100 meter breast stroke.lilly king sets a new olympic record of one minute, four point nine three seconds.she takes the top spot on the podium.her teammate, katie meili gets the bronze. over to the men's 100 meter backstroke... another new american.ryan murphy win's gold with a time of 51 point nine seven seconds.his teammate david plummer wins bronze.it's the sixth straight gold for the u-s in this event. and in the medal standings the united states remains in the lead with 19.we have five gold, seven silver and seven bronze.china has 13 medals. five gold, three silver and five bronze.japan 10.three gold and seven bronze.italy
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seven.four gold and three bronze. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...protecting yourself from the sun.the three important factors you'll want to consider when buying
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yesterday was the pick day of the week with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. the humidity started to increase overnight, and as a result, it is warmer this morning with lows in the 60s to lower 70s and some clouds. the humidity gets more uncomfore highs in the low to mid 80s under a partly cloudy sky. tonight is clear, warm and humid with lows in the near 70
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experts continue to push proper sunscreen use for those out enjoying the summer. dermatologists recommend one ounce of sunscreen to cover your body and about one-third of a teaspoon for your face. the s-p-f level is an important factor when buying sunscreen.it determines how much sunlight enters the skin "spf 30 means that 1/30 of the uv light is able to penetrate the skin, that 29/30. it allows about three percent."other important factors... whether the sunscreen is broad spectrum, protecting you from u-v-a and u-v-b rays.also consider getting waterproof sunscreen if you're heading to the water. still ahead this morning: the former illinois governor heading back to the courtroom today and what he's being re- sentenced for.plus...the cause
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kansas water park and how long the water slide he died on
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when the oil billionaire koch brothers call senator johnson... [ cellphone ringing ] ...what do you think they talk about? how the koch brothers' companies polluted wisconsin, even green bay, or how they spent millions to support johnson as he voted their way 90% of the time and supported special tax breaks for big oil polluters? whatever senator johnson and the koch brothers talk about,
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for the content of this advertising. beyond wisconsin this morning...the death toll continues to climb following a suicide bombing in pakistan.at least 70 people were killed and more than 100 wounded following the attack.a government run hospital was the target of the bombing.a taliban splinter group has claimed responsibility for the attack. three children are recovering this morning after falling more than 35 feet from a ferris wheel.the accident
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greenville, tennessee. witnesses say a bucket carrying the kids flipped over.. throwing them to the ground.a ride inspector will be there today to investigate. we're learning more this morning about how a 10-year-old boy died while on a giant water slide in kansas city.police revealed caleb schwad died from a neck injury he suffered at the end of the ride.industry experts say the investigation into what exactly went wrong could take months.schlitterbahn water park will re-open today.. but indefinitely. it's been two years since the death of michael brown who was shot and killed by officer darren wilson in ferguson, missouri.his death sparked months of protests and inspired the black lives matter movement.a grand jury chose not to indict wilson... and the department of justice cleared wilson of any civil rights violations. happening right japan is makring the 71st anniverary of the atomic bombing with a ceremony.this is a look at the ceremony in nagasaki -- it was
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the second atomic bomb in 19- 45. japan surrendered soon after that.the total number of the a-bomb victims has now surpassed 172-thousand.at exactly 11:02 a-m local time, a bell was rung and participants observed a minute of silence, praying for the dead.at the ceremony, nagasaki's mayor urged world leaders to visit nagasaki and to use collective wisdom to abolish nuclear weapons.he said, "now is the time to use "wisdom" not future of mankind." in may president obama became the first sitting president to visit the hiroshima peace memorial -- the target of the first atomic bomb.vince? the mayor of fairfax, virginia will step down on thursday after police say he attempted to trade drugs for sex.scott silverthorne was arrested thursday in a sting operation. he's facing charges for drug distribution.police say they received a tip that silverthorne was using a dating website to set up sexual encounters with other
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former illinois governor rod blagojevich will be re- sentenced in federal court this morning.blagojevich has already served four years in prison.. but five of the original corruption charges against him were thrown out on appeal last year.he's currently serving a 14-year prison sentence for corruption.. including an attempt to sell an appointment to president obama's old senate seat. tropical storm javier continues to move closer to the southwestern part of the u- s.storm warnings and watches sothern baja california. beachside resorts in los cabos, mexico took precautions... boarding up restaurants and packing away deck chairs.the good news... the storm is starting to weaken. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday was the pick day of the week with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. the humidity
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this morning with lows in the 60s to lower 70s and some clouds. the humidity gets more uncomfortable for today with highs in the low to mid 80s under a partly cloudy sky. tonight is clear, warm and humid with lows in the near 70 and patchy fogwednesday is mostly sunny, very warm and humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s. thursday is the most uncomfortable day of the week with highs near 90 and very steamy humidity, and t'storms to develop. the best chance for rain this week is thursday night and friday with highs still in the mid 80s and muggy on friday. for the 3rd weekend in a row, the weather looks awesome with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the
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now drive times are on time and most of the overnight closures have reopened for the morning commute check this out...check this out...an 18-year-old performed a risky flip high atop a norwegian landmark.the young man is said to be the first person ever to somersault across the rock tower shaped like a goat's horns.he had a safety line, but he says his heart was racing when he did the stunt.and the teen admits his mother was not pleased when he told her what he had done. you might want to look out for the dolphins the next time you're at seaworld.one woman learned her lesson the hard
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and having a dolphin yank her i-pad into the pool.she was able to get he i-pad back.the dolphis weren't done yet and gave everyone a big splash before swimming away. your olympic update now... russian paralympic athletes are working to appeal the international paralympic committee's decision to ban the entire russian team from the rio paralympics.the decision followed the world anti-doping agency's investigation into doping of russian members of the russian paralympic squad were not mentioned in that investigation. namibian olympic boxer jonas junius has been arrested by rio de janeiro police, accused of sexually assaulting a maid in the olympic village.police say he grabbed the maid and tried to kiss her.he's also suspected of offering the victim money to sleep with him. the light-middleweight boxer was set to compete on thursday. big olympic events happening today include... the women's
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tonight and team u-s-a is the heavy favorite to win. meanwhile in the pool... katie ledecky and missy franklin will compete in the 200 meter freestyle final.on the men's side... michael phelps is expected to compete in the 200 meter butterfly finale and ryan lochte is also due to swim.the u-s women's soccer team will also play today... and will take on columbia. taking a look at the medal count this morning... the united states remains in the lead with 19.they have five gold, seven silver and seven ze five gold, three silver and five bronze.japan 10.three gold and seven bronze.italy nine.three gold, four silver and two bronze.and australia seven.four gold and three bronze. coming up on live at daybreak is next.we're on the scene of deadly shooting on the north side of milwaukee.what police are saying in the
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next at 5-30: plus... a community together to honor a life taken too soon. we hear from the mother of a three year old killed on her birthday. and... polls are set too open all across wisconsin. what to know before casting your vote. that breaking news... violence in milwaukee-- early this morning. the medical examiner is on scene right now-- in front of a north side milwaukee home. ann sterling just arrived-- and has been gathering information on
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