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travelers.the challenge for delta airlines today-- after a massive outage left hundreds stranded... and the compensation for affected customers. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano. i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. 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
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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 fog incident freedry roadsspeeds currently are at or around posted for most of the interstate and major highways this morning slow go on highway 175 because of lane closures brewers starting at 7:10 tonight at miller park from 2 to 4 am rolling full closure 41 south at watertown plank road and from 11:30 till 4:30 94 west at 84th is a full closure remember to use your alternates of highway 100 and bluemound road to get around these closures breaking news now-- the medical examiner on the scene of a deadly shooting in milwaukee.it happened just a few hours ago.our ann sterling is live with more --
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happened before 4. milwaukee police not confirm anything. but family upset one family member says her 24 year old daughter was inside the home with her toddler when she heard several shots. when the daughter walked out of the room with the baby she saw her father in the floor - dead
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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 details on what you need to vote today. 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... 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 does not have to be current. but you will need to show an accepted form of i-d to vote. today's election comes after two judges recently struck
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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 general is appealing both decisions. live...pz... tmj4. we're waiting to find out more about what led up to a drowning medical examiner was called out to an apartment near the intersection of 100th and north late tuesday afternoon. officials have not released much information at this time... we will bring you more as soon as it comes in. donald trump is working to move past campaign stumbles. the g-o-p nominee just rolled out plans to cut taxes for workers and businesses-- and help create more jobs in america.trump made the speech in detroit... using the city's struggles as a back drop to
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responded arguing trump's plans would benefit the rich... and do little to create jobs or boost the economy. hillary clinton says she will participate in all three presidential debates. this comes after donald trump complained the dates are unsuitable... because two of them are scheduled for the same 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 9th. happening right now..the possibility of a reduced sentence for ex- illinois governor rod blagojevich.he's already served four years of fourteen year sentence. blagojevich, who was once a contestant on celebrity apprentice, was convicted on 18 different corruption charges, including most notably for trying to sell president barack obama's old u- s senate seat.he won today's resentencing hearing after an appeals court -- struck down five of his convictions.
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to the judge pleading for leniency.that judge's decision expected later today. delta is offering a 200 dollar voucher to customers who experienced a three or more hour delay-- because of a huge system outage.here's a live look at mitchell this morning... where delta flights are taking off again.hundreds of flights across the country faced cancelations and delays. the challenge today -- finding enough seats for passengers whose flights were canceled yesterday. customers who purchased tickets to see the packers play the colts in canton on sunday... will get the money refunded automatically... if they used a credit card for the purchase.the hall of fame is giving customers money back... after bad field condidtions forced the game cancelation on sunday.if you bought tickets from a ticket reseller... you'll have to contact that company about the refund policy. happening today -- we will get our first look at 30 new buses hitting the streets of milwaukee county.riders will notice some upgrades... like
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friendly.the new fleet will go into service later this summer and into the fall. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--going for the gold.we are live in rio this morning.coming up -- the two athletes who have another chance at the top olympic
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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 uncomfortable for today with highs in the low to tonight is clear, warm and humid with lows in the near 70 and patchy fog this could be another big this could be this could be another big day for team u-s-a in rio! the american's have a strong chance at even more medals in the two high profile sports of the summer games... swimming
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park with a closer look -- jay... things really couldn't be much better for team u-s-a... leading in the overall medal count.. and looking to team usa continues to make a splash in rio..lilly king swimming to gold in the 100-meter breast stroke.. "i'm so excited. you know proud to represent usa and get that gold for our country." american's grabbed more gold in the men's 100-backstroke.. ryan murphy charging from fourth to first in the finals.. david boudia and steele johnson finished with silver in synchronized platform - the best showing ever for a us team..and kerri walsh jennings and april ross had little trouble putting away china under the lights on copacabana beach.."this was win number 2 we have five more to win a gold medal."swimming stars
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that long.. they've got a chance at gold in the olympic pool tonight. also tonight ... women's gymnastics in the spotlight.. the u-s team with high hopes.. after dominating the qualifying round .. out pacing second place china by a staggering 10-points..i'm jay gray in rio... now back to
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today's tmj4 is your official olympic station.be sure to tune into "olympic zone" starting at 6-30 tonight... or head to our website for all the up to the minute olympic results. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--bragging rights... we'll have a look at the over olympics medal count.
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the staggering price some families pay for someone to
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in today's money--a new survey on the cost of care finds parents are recognizing the need to budget for more than ever before.care dot com's third annual "cost of care survey" finds more than 50-percent of families now spend more than ten percent of their income on child care.the survey also found 74 percent of families now budget for child care... as they do with housing costs. a popular resort area in mexco -- is evacuated this morning - - as tropical storm javier eyes up the baja penninsula. the storms about a couple
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lucas right now. both good and bad news for the area that's bracing for the storm -- it is expected to weaken a bit today, but it's still expected to bring 60 mile an hour winds and is moving slow -- which means extended wind and rain.maximum rainful out of this 8 inches even ten inches in some isolated spots.this all comes as towns in central and eastern mexico are still cleaning up from hurricane earl -- that triggered landslides over the weekend killing 45 people. again tropical st morning -- now to weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter -- and brian losing strength and slowing down may not actually be a good thing, right? yesterday was the pick day of the week with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs
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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 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 look for isolated late afternoon t'storms to develop. the best chance for rain this week is thursday night and friday with
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weekend in a row, the weather looks awesome with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the
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now it's time for your olympic update-- as we enter day four of the olympics in rio de janeiro.lots of people excited
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team final.the heavily favored u-s team is looking to repeat its gold medal performance in london four years ago.in the water... katie ledecky looks to continue her dominance in the 200-meter freestyle... while michael phelps hopes to reclaim glory in the 200-meter butterfly. here's a look at the current medal count. the united states remains in the lead with 19. they have five gold, seven silver and seven bronze.china has 13 medals.five gold, 10.three gold and seven bronze. italy nine.three gold, four silver and two bronze.and australia seven.four gold and three bronze. there's no "comedy" on the list of olympic sports... but comedienne leslie jones will be heading to rio-- to show off her skills.the ghostbuster's star will join nbc's olympics coverage starting this friday.it comes
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on the u-s teams from her couch-- went viral.n-b-c's olympics executive producer gave jones the invite on twitter. a milwaukee woman who competed in the summer olympics in 1980 is now using her skills to teach others.inna lebedinsky came to the united states a few years after competing in the 1980 olympics for the soviet union's archery team. she says she makes safety a priorty in her archery classes at the nicolet department... because she was almost hit by an arrow before she took up the sport. "from the first day of instruction till the last with me we're talking about safety when i whistle, you start." lebedinsky says archery is not a physically demanding sport so it's good for people of all ages and abilities. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --chart topper. the star that just passed
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top 100 list.also-- hitting the links.the golf partners president obama invited to join him on the course... as he enjoys a late summer
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the obama's continue
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today.the president got a chance to enjoy some golf... alongside n-b-a m-v-p "steph curry"... and his father, former n-b-a player "dell curry."president obama plans to tee it up a few more times during his two week family vacation. love him or hate him--kanye west is apparently a bigger star than michael jackson.the rapper just passed michael jackson for most hits by 100 list.kanye west is now 10th overall in the list of chart-toppers.elvis presley tops the list with eighty "top 40 hits." up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --a heavy police presence on the city's north side investigating a deadly shooting.the latest in the death investigation.also-- voters will once again head to the polls this morning.the candidates up for re-election
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then -- travel trouble.
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dealing with-- 24 hours after a massive outage ... and how the company is trying to "make it right" with customers. also-- welcome to live at daybreak.it's i'm susa vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. 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 uncomfortable for today with
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tonight is clear, warm and humid with lows in the near 70 and patchy fog incident freedry roadsspeeds currently are at or around posted for most of the interstate this morning slow go on highway 175 because of lane closuresthe braves versus the brewers starting at 7:10 tonight at miller park from 2 to 4 am rolling full closure 41 south at watertown plank road and from 11:30 till 4:30 94 west at 84th is a full closure remember to use your
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these closures breaking right now-m-p-d officers... trying to keep a tense situation from getting worse this morning right now-- family members of a shooting victim are finding out-- what happened.ann sterling is live near 36th and congress on the north side with another update. ann: 36th and congress shoring happened before 4. milwaukee police not confirm anything. but family upset one family member says her 24 year old daughter was inside the home with her toddler when heard several shots. when the daughter walked out of the room with the baby she saw her
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a sheboygan falls mom --- accused of killing her own child-- is due back in court next wednesday.according to a criminal complaint -- katlyn kinateder told police she suffocated her 2-year-old son dexter -- after she quote "lost her mind." speed is ?not believed to be a factor in an crash that killed a 3-year-old milwaukee girl. according to the medical examiner's report... a car hit "jada handy" while she was crossing the street at her own
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the girl saw her grandpa walking towards her... and darted into the street to greet him. decision 20-16 now. it's election day across wisconsin. voters around the state will go to the polls in primary races. pete zervakis is live with a look at some of the contests you'll see on the ballot. the polls open at 7 this morning. they'll stay open all the way until 8 p-m. district... which includes walworth... kenosha... and racine counties... u.s. house speaker paul ryan is challenged by businessman paul nehlen in the republican primary. in milwaukee county... democratic congresswoman gwen moore faces off against former state senator gary george in the state's fourth district. also in milwaukee county... district attorney john chisholm is challenged by
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and state senator lena taylor - who represents much of the north side and the north shore - is on the ballot against primary challenger mandela barnes - who's a state representative. again - the polls open up at 7 this morning. you will need a valid, photo id to vote... wisconsin's voter i-d law remains in effect for today's election. live at city hall...pz... tmj4. happening right now...more trouble ahead for those of you trying to catch a delta flight today.the airline still trying to clean up its mess after thousands of flights were canceled or delayed yesterday... all because of system wide computer failure. this morning delta says the computer system is back up and running ... but the after-
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cancel around than 100 flights tuesday and delay 200 more. here at home -- travelers crowded into mitchell international because their flights still appeared to be on time -- they arrived only to find out their flights were delayed by several hours.as for today at mitchell -- we checked so far the delta flight to atlanta at 8:55 is the delayed. if you were one of those delayed travelers, delta is now offering refunds.vince? more local news now-- a chance to enroll in t-s-a's precheck program.. at mitchell international airport.the t-s-a just opened up a temporary application center. you can get a walk-in appointment... or apply online first.an in-person visit is required to verify identity, give fingerprints and present documents. mitchell international has a new area for service animals.. crews just transformed a former family space into a
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with synthetic grass on top of a flushing system.the area is required under federal law. there are also outdoor pet areas... outside ticketing and baggage claim. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--"the item" police believe someone may have intentionally left at a party... to harm children.then -- a big day at the state fair.... how you can save money... and satisfy your taste buds. and taking a live look
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yesterday was the pick day 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.
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humid with lows in the near 70 and patchy fog no more h-h gregg in wisconsin. the company just announced it's closing all of it's stores here-- including three in the milwaukee area.those locations include racine, greenfield, brown deer... and two up in appleton and exactly the stores will close. the company says it will help employees find new work. the state fair continues today... and there are two deals that will help you save some cash at the gate-- and the food stands.first up-- the admission deal.today is "humana senior recognition day" which means everyone sixty and up will get in for 5 dollars all day.that's two dollars off the regular senior price. once you're inside-- you'll be able to a variety of fair foods for less than usual
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'day" which means more than 50 vendors are offering smaller sizes at cheaper prices. you can take advantage of the deal from eight this morning.. until ten tonight. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4the three things to consider before putting on sunscreen.then -- the candies inside a pinata that
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beyond wisconsin...
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apparently aren't the only ones trying to get ahold of phones and tablets.take a look at this... a dolphin at seaworld took a bite out of a visitors ipad.you can see the animal reach out of the pool for it... and yank it right out of her hands.the woman quickly reached in.. and grabbed the ipad back. police in california believe gummy candies-- likely laced with marijuana-- may have been intentionally placed at a quincea?era... to target children.13 kids and 6 adults were hospitalized after eating the candies. only six years old.we're told three people were so sick... doctors treated them in the intensive care unit. in today's health -- florida health officials are working to determine the source of what's likely palm beach county's first case of locally acquired zika.the infected person recently traveled to miami-dade county... where more than a dozen non-travel- related zika cases were discovered last week. even with just a few weeks of summer left-- experts are pushing for proper use of
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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 means it blocks 29/30. it allows about three percent."other important factors-- whether the sunscreen is broad spectrum, protecting you u u-v-b rays.also consider getting waterproof sunscreen if you're heading to the water. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. 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 most uncomfortable day of the week with highs near 90 and very steamy humidity, and look for isolated late afternoon 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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incident freedry roadsspeeds
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posted for most of the interstate and major highways this morning slow go on 894 north and 94 east because of the zippermerges the braves versus the brewers starting at 7:10 tonight at miller park from 2 to 4 am rolling full closure 41 south at watertown plank road and from 11:30 till 4:30 94 west at 84th is a full closure remember to use your alternates of highway 100 these closures happening right now...a southern california wildfire so out of control -- thousands of homes are in danger.this is what's known as the pilot fire -- burning near san bernadino mountains. right now firefighters have 16 airplanes heling them -- and 375 homes are empty this
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homeowners were told to be on stand by because they may want to leave.the fire started on sunday -- firefighters still don't know why and it's just 6 percent contained. the fire is so bad -- in nearby nevada -- an air quality advisory was issued because of the all the smoke pouring in -- that's in place more than 200 miles from where that fire is burning.really gives you an idea of how powerful and unpredictable this wildfire is. now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with breaking news-- another deadly shooting this morning. ann sterling is live near 36th
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house speaker and janesville republican paul ryan is up for reelection today.he's facing off against businessman paul nehlen.milwaukee democratic congresswoman trying to hold onto her seat. she faces former state senator gary george.polls open at seven this morning and will stay open until 8 p-m.as a reminder: wisconsin's voter i-d law ?is in place for today's election. later today -- we'll get our first look at 30 new buses that'll soon be cruising on milwaukee county roads and freeways. these new rides-- aren't what you're used to. riders will notice some upgrades... like comfier seats. the buses are also more
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new fleet will go into service later this summer and into the fall. university of wisconsin system leaders plan to ask governor scott walker to lift a tuition freeze and give them about 40 million dollars more in aid in the next state budget. republicans froze in-state tuition in the 2013-15 budget and extended the freeze for the 2015-17 budget, cutting 250 million. still ahead daybreak-- team u-s-a looks to dominate in primetime tonight-- the ?major events you'll be watching right here on today's tmj4.plus-- you're taking a live look at rio de janeiro this morning-- it's just about 9 o clock there.
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big olympic events happening today include... the women's team gymnastics final airs 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...
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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. japan 10 medals in all... italy just behind with nine. and australia four gold medals to make seven overall. 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 russian athletes.the 35 members of the russian paralympic squad were not mentioned in that investigation. today's tmj4 is your summer olympics station. tune into the "olympic zone" for exclusive olympic coverage... right here at 6:30 tonight. see you in 25 minutes for your next check on weather and
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good morning. fantastic finishes. american king outduels her russian rival i breaststroke. ryan murphy striking gold in the 100 meter backstroke. divers david boudia and steele johnson with the best u.s. finish ever in synchronized 10 meter platform. silver. but the men's gymnastics team

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