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live in franklin julia fello todays tmj four. a fire destroys an apartment building in sheboygan falls. the people inside made it out safely. michele fi george and carole, it's not a happy day here on happy lane just off highway 32. the eight units in this building have heavy smoke and water damage throughout, and it was a challenging sunny day where firefighters dealt with a heat index at 90 degrees this afternoon flames quickly turned this into a four alarm fire, bringing a large response of firefighters to the scene from
when it happened, and she got out safely. but i'm told a cat did perish in the fire. neighbors tell me it started before noon. many rushed home after hearing about it. as they sat together, consoling each other, it was clear everyone was thankful that no one was hurt. "everyone has been amazing. the firefighters just so helpful and kind with trying to save things from my apartment. the red cross i've been speaking with them earlier and they've just been so helpful. other people, just bystanders were helping me carry things." the red cross is assisting those who were displaced. live in sheboygan falls, michele fiore, today's tmj4. you have a chance to voice your opinion on whether to pay for parking along milwaukee's lakefront. a public hearing is
milwaukee county is considering a proposal where people would pay a fee--that would make up for lost revenue from the sale of o'donnell park. that's not a real good idea because we have a lot of low income people that come down and enjoy the lake and i think that would discourage them from doing so the meeting starts at 5:30 at the washington park senior center. and tonight at six-- we'll look at other county park amenities that could see an increase in fees. new at five-- a complete rebuild of a road is in the home stretch. with traffic access limited... it's been a long summer for business owners. they are now looking forward to the completed project. pete zervakis reports from wauwatosa. the business community here in the tosa village says the construction has - at times - made for a tough summer nats truck state street through the village is very busy today. but it's not the kind of traffic business owners like. the street remains closed
morning until 6 at night. that's led to a drop in foot traffic since the project began in. it's not as much - it's more destination based rather than strolling the bulk of the aging utility infrastructure - below ground - has been replaced. nats - tractor/water in the coming weeks... construction crews will work to tear out and replace streets and sidewalks. nats - trucks the executive director of the business improvement district says the renovations were badly needed. to try and minimize impact on the surrouding stores... weekly updates on e construction go out to business owners and customers. we're updating people constantly on how to get to us, how to find uswhere the best places are to park the streets and sidewalks here should be finished and paved by october. in wauwatosa, pz, tmj4 starting tomorrow...
directions of the harmonee bridge in tosa to one lane for the next four to five weeks. commuters are urged to find an alternate route. the ramp from i-94 eastbound to i-41 northbound will close monday morning. it will be replaced with a new ramp currently under construction. it's part of the zoo interchange project. the new ramp is expected to be completed by late spring of 2017. decision 2016 coverage nowa new marquette university law school poll released today. democrat hillary clinton now has a double digit lead over republican badger state. charles benson takes a look at the numbers-- hillary clinton is up 10 points with registered wisconsin voters. 46-to 36 over donald trump. it jumps to 15 points with likely voters - meaning those who say they are certain to vote - 52 to 37 percent. the double digit lead comes with just 90 days until the election. clinton's lead is up from last month. but about one in ten voters say they wont
majority of voters also dont have a high favorable opinion of clinton and trump. both are equally seen as not being very honest. is the race over? i think what we are seeing what may end up being a high water mark of the campaign but it is a mark that does exist as recently as 2008 as a plausible outcome. i would stress between august and november is a long time and things can certainly change in the meantime. keep in mind hillary she is o-for two, loosing big to bernie sanders this ar and barack obama in 2008. coming up what do theh presidntial numbers mean to the senate battle between republican ron johnson and democrat russ feingold. flooded out cities in northern wisconsin can start applying for federal aid. it comes after president obama signed off on a disaster declaration. the money will help repair roads and remove debris left over by severe storms from last month... that flooding
dollars in damage--. governor scott walker back at the wisconsin state fair tonight to host the 48th annual governor's blue ribbon livestock auction.the auction starts at six. some livestock go for tens of thousands of dollars. the fair will also hand out 30 thousand dollars in scholarships. thousands of people are out enjoying the summer weather at the state fair. jesse ritka is there live with the coolest chevrolet since the corvette stingray--- the "today's t-m-j
at lambeau field. it's the first game of the preseason, since the game against the colts was canceled. that was necessary because of bad field conditions in canton on sunday. friday's game will air on w-m-l-w. kickoff is at seven o'clock. the regular season starts on september 11th. coming up-- how much will a baltimore officer acquited in freddie grays death recieve in back pay-- and-- how fire crews saved a woman trapped in
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more news now--the highest ranking baltimore officer acquitted of charges in the death of freddie gray.. is expected to get more than 126-thousand dollars in backpay.police lieutenant brian rice was acquitted last month. prosecutors dropped all charges against all the remaining officers in july. gray died in april of last
injury while in police custody. a woman rescued from her burning home. the fire spotted los angeles police officers. the front door was blocked by a washing machine, and metal bars covered the only window the woman could use to escape. fire fighters used a saw to cut the bars over the window. the woman was able to climb out. "it'all just part of the job we just happen to come on the scene and we happen to be in the right place at the right time.the woman was not seriously injured. no word yet on ataused the blaze. the cal girls dream to see ympics in person comes true.. our special coverage of the games continues with the olympic zone at 6:30 this 12 year lives with cycstic fibrosis.. and make a wish sent her family and her for a once and a lifetime trip to the games in rio.. tonight.. the olympic moments that left her in awe. that's coming up at 6:30 still ahead-- the heat and
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temps expected to hit 90's tomorrow with a chance of some thunderstorms. meteorologist scott steele in the weather center with the latest on the forecast. the oppressive heat and humidity are finally here. after a slow temperatures today continue flirting with the 90 degree mark as dew points approach 70 degrees. tomorrow looks even worse as the combination of those 2 factors should lead to a heat index near 100 degrees. the strong southerly flow will continue even as an upper level ridge, which has kept any organized storm systems at bay, begins to break down.
developing storm system to cross our area. at this point, computer models indicate one line of storms will fall apart before reaching our neighborhoods on thursday. a secondary group of showers and storms should then form in minnesota and race eastward leading to unsettled conditions by thursday night and friday. a more refreshing air mass should take hold of our area by the weekend with readings either side of 80 degrees but much
next in sports, lance allan previews the return of golf, to the olympics. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way.
our olympic update. and one of the things that i'm excited about, the return of golf. for the first time since 1904, the olympics will host the men's and women's game.the men's competition starts tomorrow, and nbc's david feherty says he'll have to watch his cheering for team usa. ((david feherty says i think it will be different...for me as a relatively new american, i need to be careful not to openly root shall we say. and say we or us or them, that
fairly dispassionate about when it comes to being a professional announcer. of which i'm actually not, i'm not even an expert at this. i just play one on television. so for me, it's the first opportunity i've had to be at any olympics, and i'm just sort of soaking the whole thing in. from the women's gymnastics, to the judo, to the weighlifting. to have golf involved with it as well, is a thrill.)) congrats to kathryn johnson, who attended uw-milwaukee and helped usa rugby to a fifth place finish. this is her scoring for usa women's rugby, johnson attended uwm and played for the lady panther rugby team before switching to women's rugby to pursue her professional and olympic
the u-s has the most combined medals at 28, and the most gold with 10. china is second with 19 while japan, russia and italy round out the top five. tonight's primetime lineup, headlined by swimming. michael phelps, ryan lochte, katie ledecky and missy franklin all in the pool tonight.we'll also have men's gymnastics and women's beach volleyball. and the u-s men's basketball team just tipped off against australia. marquette's jimmy butler, the bucks matthew dellavedova
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