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they're boss... ted thompson... has to say about that. you're watching live at daybreak tmj4. i'm susan kim. and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the lakefront stayed in the 70s thanks to a light se breeze. overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. that rain will be out of here before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and an isolated late afternoon and early evening t'shower popping up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows near
the fires are out... but this morning... investigators are not giving up hope they'll find the people who set a neighborhood ablaze. a-t-f agents... out with a reward for information in the sherman park riot. ann sterling is live with more. we need help from the community. thats the word from the atf this morning.they know large crowds were out here on saturday night... and agents hope someone will say something, angry crowds took to the streets in milwaukee saturday night to protest the shooting death of 23-year-old syl-ville smith.he was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer hours earlier just a couple of blocks away.police say smith was armed with a gun.the damage of all the buildings torched and looted exceeds several million dollars.8 businesses were set on fire.
remain anonymous we are right across the street from sherman park.you can see the orange fencing is still in place.the park closed at again last it will about an half in the wake of a destructive weekend for sherman park... we found an unlikely team of ex- convicts, who are building for a cause. all of the workers on the team are in the process of rebuilding their lives.... by helping rebuild communities their latest project is in rioting halted construction. now their goal is even more important.not just to clean-up properties... but to try and reach the young people who are struggling and lashing-out like they once did. we forgot how to love and be there for one another. you really can prosper if you just put your mind and your heart to it. their job training and other assistance came from northcott neighborhood house. they graduate from their construction program this
pursue more education and certification. many residents in sherman park are this morning upset at what they see as a negative light being cast on their proud... diverse neighborhood.the neighborhood sits towards the city's north west side, from north avenue up to capitol drive, 30th street to 60th. the population is 35,000, with 80% black, 12% white and 7% hispanic or other. most residents are families, and there are more than 60 religious reopen this morning at six o'clock after being closed for a second straight night.things were calm overnight following a weekend filled with violence. the shooting death of an armed man by a milwaukee police officer sparked protests throughout the sherman park the american civil liberties union of wisconsin is pushing investigators to release the body-camera video from the deadly shooting of sylville smith. city leaders have said the officer's body camera clearly showed smith pointing
police are joining forces with south milwaukee residents tonight. it's part of national night out.the goal is to improve relations between the public and law enforcement.it runs from 5:30 to nine at the south milwaukee police department.a fireworks show will follow the event. the olympic spirit is alive and well heading into day 12 of the summer games. that especially goes for the u-s woman's basketball team. they are moving on to the semi- finals after beating japan yesterday. either france or canada for the right to be in the gold medal game. at the game.... the men's team... cheering on the ladies. they hope their luck continues as well... despite wins against australa.... sibera... and france that were a little close for many fans' comfort. the u-s takes on argentina tonight at 7:45. the worlds fastest man.... usain bolt is making headlines... for something other than running. a video is making it's way around the web.... of the gold medalist
with a re.er-s-a's onal em was playing... and he wanted to show respect for the country. when the anthem was over... bolt finished the interview.... answering the reporters final question. the sprinter is going for his second gold after dominating the 100-meter dash. he is now looking to do the same in the 200 meter a possible hicup in for the packers... the news that could take a toll on the start to their season. more live at
yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the lakefront stayed in the 70s thanks to scattered t'showers developed overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. that rain will be out of here before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and an isolated late afternoon and early evening t'shower popping up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows near
8 days.that's how much time packers clay matthews and julius peppers have to copperate with the n-f-l or be suspended. an al jazeera report claims the two took performance enhancing drugs. both packers defenders have until thursday, august 25th to meet with the league. packer's g-m ted thompson says he is standing behind his players. the packers take on the oakland raiders thursday in pre-season action from green
airing on tmj-4... you can watch the game on wmlw.kickoff is at 7 o'clock. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4: raiding the fridge. the home security video that caught some unusual crooks......and what they were snacking on. then -- doctor's note. hillary clinton addresses internet claims that she's not physically up to the job of being president. what her doctor says about the candidate's health. but first here's a look at this morning's winning lottery
breaking right now...we've got new information in this morning about a deadly hit and run on 23rd and fond du lac overnight.milwaukee police telling us a 28-year-old woman was hit and killed -- but when they arrived here on the northwest side -- the car th but this morning -- we are being told police have found the car that hit the woman.it was discovered a few blocks away -- what they still don't have this morning is the driver.milwaukee police actively looking for the person who was behind the wheel -- so far no description of what that person might look like. all of this happening within the sherman park neighborhood, another young person dead as the community continues to try and heal. happening today.a former south milwaukee school teacher accused of selling drugs is
tracy wendt and her husband james are facing a number of charges including possession with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia.tracy faces an additonal charge of witness intimidation. decision 2016. donald trump will be in new york today.... after making a stop in milwaukee trump also stopped at a rally in west bend... he didn't shy away from the weekend violence in milwaukee. he told the crowd he stands with the black community and placed blame on t party for their struggle. it's time for our society to address some honest and very difficult truths the democratic party has failed and betrayed the african american community. a recent nbc poll shows trump has just one percent of the black vote. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is denying rumors circulating on
statement condemning donald trump for pushing quote "deranged conspiracy theories." her doctor also released a statment reiterating that the nominee is in good health. new allegations of illegal partisan fundraising by a former u-s attorney appointed by president obama. james santelle resigned his post in milwaukee... accused of misusing a government credit card for personal expenses. this morning... the milwaukee journal sentinel reports... investigators claim santelle also held a fundraiser for democratic gubernatorial candidate violates a ban on prosecutors' involvement in partisan more news now.police in green bay are taking a break with a cup of coffee... in hopes to strengthen relationships int he community. they're hosting 'coffee with a cop'.how it works is officers meet at a local coffee shop and talk with residents over a cup of joe. residents can bring up any concerns or questions they might have about their nieghborhoods. but over all it's a chance to get to know meet the people behind the badge.
top concern for state fair officials... heading into next year. this year... officials will check bags at all eleven entrances to the fairgrounds. they'll be looking for prohibited items like.. weapons, fireworks, alcoholic beverages, drones, bikes, skateboards, skates and hover boards.there will also be more security cameras put in to keep an eye on suspicious tatiana and look at your weather and traffic together... yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the
thanks to a light se breeze. scattered t'showers developed overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. that rain will be out of here before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and an isolated late afternoon and early evening t'shower popping up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows ar is sunny and very humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s, even in green bay for tailgating. at kickoff, temps will be in the lower 80s, and then drop into the 70s by the end of the game. there is just an isolated chance for a shower during the game. friday is sunny, hazy, hot and humid
you to give an extra 5 to 10 minutes more on the roads and take your time to avoid any incidents drive safely as you head out the door as the summer winds down... the blood center of wisconsin is urging people to give blood. zervakis is live with more on the special incentive the 15th annual big leage blood drive starts at 7 this morning here at miller park. according to the blood center of wisconsin... people who show up and donate will get a voucher for two, free tickets to a brewers game. you can use that for a tuesday game on august 30th against the cardinals. or a wednesday game
pirates. the blood center of wisconsin says donations are badly needed during the summer... when vacations and other obligations ramp up and people don't give as much blood. during the summer people are active and outside more... as well as taking more car trips for vacation. all that means there's a greater need for blood for trauma patients at this time of year. to donate you have to be 17 years old and in - generally - good health. it takes about an hour. if you want to give... the big league b trending today... a minnesota woman is the talk of social media after shredding waves. oh by the way... she's nearly 40 weeks pregnant. she posted the video of her wake surfing on instagram. days later she gave birth to her son. you can't make this stuff up. police in florida believe they have a good chance to solve a burglary. a family's security
to steal sausages... milk... and orange juice. police say they got some good leads from the clear video. still ahead on live at daybreak on today's tmj4: olympic update. the big events you'll want to keep an eye on today. also ahead-- cash for cops. how much the city of milwaukee is planning to spend next year... to fund the police department. live at daybreak continues next.
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will compete for bronze against brazil in beach volleyballwomen's track and field will also be going for gold later today's tmj4 is your official summer olympics station.tune into "the olympic zone" at 6:30 tonight... for exclusive olympics coverage. you can also head to our website -- tmj4-dot-com slash olympics-- for all your up to the minute olympic event results. much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. including the two things quiet when traveling with a newborn. what to know before
fires during the sherman park violence. what they're offering to get witnesses to speak up. then -- fair fix. corn dogs, cotton candy... deep fried foods. the next county to open it's celebration of wisconsin today... and the opening day deal for visitors. welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the lakefront stayed in the 70s thanks to a light se breeze. scattered t'showers developed overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. that rain will be out of here before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and