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good morning--another arrest is made in connection with the unrest in sherman park that took place just over one week ago.plus...there's good news this morning for drivers travelling near the zoo interchangeand... an olympian from waukesha makes history in rio.that's all ahead, on live at daybreak. good morning to you... i'm julia fello.and i'm brian
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breaking overnight.. an all clear was just given--after many people in fox lake woke up in the middle of the night to a robo call.it said to stay in their homes and lock their doors.a dodge county lieutenant tells me a man was spotted running with a gun, after he had just crashed his truck.they believe there is no threat and this may all be a drunk driving crash.they a this the headache for drivers who pass through the zoo interchange is over for now.. drivers can now access eastbound i-94.the d-o-t didn't think the interchange would open back up until this morning.. but it reopened last night around five.still.. one driver we spoke with was inconvenienced yesterday. 18:40:13 "so everybody had to get off on moorland and loop around greenfield. i mean they had signs and everything for
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hassle." :10yesterday's rainfall held out enough for crews to get the work done early. waukesha native gwen jorgensen is waking up this morning as an olympic gold medalist. jorgensen made history becoming the first american to win olympic gold in the triathlon.she completed the triathlon in just over one hour and 56 minutes. gwen jorgensen isn't the only olympics.swimmer ryan lochte has come under fire for allegedy fabricating a story about being robbed at gunpoint. he sat down with the today show's matt lauer in an exclusive interview.here's what he had to i'm taking full responsibility for it. is because i over- exaggerated that story. and if i never d-- done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. surveillance video from the incident shows lochte and three teammates vandalizing a
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here's a look at the updated medal count for the rio olympics.team u-s-a has been dominant throughout the games.. they have 116 medals. china is the next closest with 70.just after them is great britian with 66.russia has 53.. and germany rounds out the top five with 41 total here's a live look at the olympic flame in rio de janeiro.the closing ceremony for the 20-16 summer games is tonight at seven right here on 4. another arrest has been made in connection with last weekend's violence in sherman park.police say 19 year old dale folley is accused of starting a fire in the parking lot of a pick n save on national avenue.police believe he was with at least 20 other young adults at the time. a 10 p-m curfew remains in effect at sherman park through the weekend.the park will also continue to close at 6 p-m and reopen at 6 a-m the next day. police say there has always been a curfew in the city.the
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be home at 10.. instead of 11. in more news this morning.. a former member of a popular rock band is found dead in west bend. matt roberts was a guitarist with the group "3 doors down."he was scheduled to perform at a benefit concert in west bend last night. an autopsy is pending, but roberts' father says his son struggled with anxiety and an addiction to prescription drugs.he was 38- new information this morning man shot and killed by police friday night has been identified as 31-year-old kole knight.police say two officers were carrying out a search warrant on knight when he allegedly pulled a weapon on them.that's when officers shot and killed him.the names of the officers are expected to be released next week. turkey's president believes isis is responsible for a bombing attack at a wedding party.at least 50 people are
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turkey's deputy prime ministers says the attack appears to have been a suicide bombing.no one has claimed . decision 2016 - donald trump is continuing his push to gain african american voters..trump says he wants to make the g-o-p "home of the african american voter again" while at a rally in virginia.he also called hillary clinton's running mate.. former virginia governor tim kaine.. a "failed governor" in his own hillary clinton will be in provincetown, massachusetts later today for a fundraising event.special guest, cher will be on hand with the democratic presidential nominee.clinton's next stop along the campaign trail will be reno, nevada on thursday.a recent marquette university poll showed clinton with a nearly 10 point lead over donald trump in coming up on live at daybreak: why humans aren't the only ones who need help in flood-ravaged parts of
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pumpkin could mean bad news
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time to open up the windows
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temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s people aren't the only ones in need of help in louisiana amid deadly flooding there.many animal shelters have been swamped.. so facilities across the country are stepping in to help.a shelter in maryland is taking in dozens of dogs from overrun shelters in louisiana. they say the key right now is finding foster families for
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just a reminder.. heritage international ministries in milwaukee is still collecting donations to take to flood victims in louisiana.you can drop off donations today from three to six p-m.. and tomorrow from 7:30 a-m until two p-m.that's at 11th and atkinson.the truck will be delivered to those in need it is now on this sunday morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak...coming up: grab your kilts.. we'll tell you how you can get into irish fest for free today. it lasts with the muggies returning soon details next in
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brian niznansky will have your forecast moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.today's the last day to get out and enjoy irish fest.if you donate a non- perishable food item at the gate before 11 a-m you'll get in for free.it's also military day and college day.those who provide a valid military or
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free. it's also the final day of the dodge county fair in beaver dam.the big event today is the demolition derby!that's at one and six p-m.admission to the fair is seven dollars before two o'clock and 10 dollars after.there's also a petting zoo and pig races going on today at the fair. the racine zoological society is hosting the 21st annual car, truck and bike show from nine until four racine zoo.the best part is.. the event will go on rain or shine!admission to the zoo is only five dollars during this
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and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a ht through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s. cool and comfortable weather continues
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start warming right back up as soon as tomorrow. monday and tuesday look like fantastic summer days with sunny skies. highs monday will be around 80 and we push 80s on tuesday. humidity also starts to build on tuesday. we stay warm and humid on wednesday with a chance of showers and storms. the best chance for rain this week
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and into thursday morning, courtesy of another cold front. the wildfire crisis in california continues..the cedar fire has grown to more than 14-thousand acres.. and it's not expected to be contained for nearly a month. alex fisher has more. nats - "please continue to watch over us and in your precious name. amen."it's a
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hamel/evacuee :10-:18"it's like a horror movie. but instead of having to sit down on the couch and watching it, you're watching it in person." dylan and his mom are scared flames have engulfed their home.s/julianna dominguez/evac uee :22-:25"that dark cloud is my home right there."a sea of trees killed a sea of trees killed by beetles is providing the cedar fire with plenty of fuel.a huge problem that's all too common throughout california as firefighters battle multiple across the golden state.but back to the cedar fire in kern county... and now into tulare county as well.firefighters are stationed throughout the mountains... taking action to save homes.but tensions remain high... not knowing what mother nature has left in store.s/shelly fetterman/neig hbor :54-1:01"this kind of flames, this close by and threatening and is like are we going to be able to defend glennville?"as the fire continues to consume everything in its path, it
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residents who are watching the fire take over their mountain. s/dylan hamel/evacuee 1:09-1:13 "and i know thousands of other homes are going to too." heavy rains continue to pound parts of kansas.nearly six inches of rain has fallen south of wichita.rescue crews have had to use boats to reach people trapped by floodwaters. so far though.. there have been no reports of unfavorable weather has hurt the pumpkin crop.. causing beer makers to struggle to find the k the seasonal flavor.many breweries like to get an early start on their brews, but the sharp decline in pumpkin has delayed what typically can be a four if you're looking to buy a used vehicle.. a small car may be the best bang for your buck. according to a new report from edmunds dot com.. prices of used small cars continue to drop.. even as overall prices continue to soar.prices of sub- compact cars are down an average of six-point-three
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coming up.. rod burks updates us on packers receiver jordy nelson's health and if he'll be ready to go this week.. plus.. why some college football players may have to ?wait - to start their season this year.that's still ahead
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s good morning everyonei'm rod burks for day breaksports on
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jorgensen realized herdream on saturday by winning the gold medal in the triathlon.she's the first amrercan to win gold in that event.jorgensen who trained in austrialia had some work todo in the event, she got out of the water in 23rd place..but she made up when she got on the bike, and quickly movedto the lead group on lap oneof the eight-lap street course.she's the first american to win the gold medal in the triathlon..her winning time was 1 hour, and 56 minutes and 16 seconds.her she is after taking the(( world win you know i'm trying to enjoy this all this moment i just really cant wait to hang out with my husband patrickand my coach jamie they've invested way more than anyone would knowunless they've seen us together so
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practicefield coming up on monday, returningto the field on that day will be star receiver jordy nelson who practice for the first time sincetearing his a-c-l in his knee last year.here's head coach mike mccarthy on neslon returnon monday for the first time it will be in the individual drills the emphasis there.normal protocol that you want to bring guys back his veteran experience willfactor into that . the brewers will wrap up their series against mariners today.and the packers will not practice today. that's your day break sports have a great day everyone
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season just weeks away.. six notre dame players may have to wait longer to start their season.police arrested one player for an incident with a woman outside a bar.five others were arrested after a traffic stop because police found marijuana and a loaded handgun in the car. "when you combine a handgun with marijuana and young people that's a recipe for disaster, so luckily in this case no one was hurt on from this incident for those young men's sake."none of the players had a license to carry the handgun.the university released a statement saying it's looking into even more disciplinary action. when we return.. we'll take a look at our top stories for you this plus.. a frantic rescue.. what one oshkosh
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good sunday morning, i'm julia fello. it's 5-30. we'll have a check of your forecast in waukesha native gwen jorgensen is waking up this morning as an olympic gold medalist. jorgensen made history becoming the first american to win olympic gold in the triathlon.she completed the triathlon in just over one hour and 56 minutes. the headache for drivers who pass through the zoo interchange is over for now.. drivers can now access eastbound i-94.the d-o-t didn't think the interchange would open back up until this morning.. but it reopened last
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isis is responsible for a bombing attack at a wedding party.at least 50 people are dead.officials say another 94 people were wounded.turkey's deputy prime ministers says the attack appears to have been a suicide bombing.no one has claimed responsibility most of today is looking nice, meteorologist brian niznansky lets us know when we just may see a few raindrops again before the day is done.taking a live look outside and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs
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beyond wisconsin-police are investigating the death of a student at a fraternity house at texas a-and-m university. officers recently found the 19- year-old unresponsive at the sigma-nu house police say the preliminary cause of death is believed to be overdose of an unknown substance.but officials say it will take a while before autopsy results are released. the man behind some of the biggest boy bands to come out
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lou pearlman passed away at the federal detention facility in guam.pearlman signed boy bands such as the backstreet boys and 'nsync.but he was later sentenced to 25-years in prison for running a 300- million-dollar ponzi scheme.he was 62 years old the national weather service is trying to confirm whether any torandoes touched down in western michigan.crates and plastic containers were blown around this blueberry farm. and sheds... trees were uprooted... and power lines were knocked over.so far, no injuries have reported. more local news-hundreds of athletes turned out to remember the woman killed by steven avery in 2005.runners took part in the high cliff ultra and cheesehead run near hilberta facebook post urged them to wear blue.400 people shared the post .. and many more took the challenge. several participants know the
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in front of the other and that's i think the persona the family needs to take and probably has taken." "as a mom i can't imagine the family having to relive this. how many years later with all this stuff coming back and i couldn't imagine if it was my daughter." steven avery remains in prison for the murder.his newphew -- brendan dassey -- could be freed soon -- after a judge overturned his conviction a wisconsin woman could be re-tried -- after a jury found her guilty of hiding her ?not decide if she was guilty of murder.rose kuehni of pierce county admitted shooting douglas bailey, but said it was self defense. bailey was found in box along the side of the road in kentucky.the 51-year old trucker was reported missing after he didn't show up for thanksgiving. an oshkosh dog is recovering this morning -- after being found in a hot car. a shopper noticed the pup in a grocery store parking lot.((blaske))"i
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panting really heavy drool was just pouring out of his mouth" melissa blaske asked the store employees to page the owner, but when that didn't happen... she took action. (("i have a towel and a leash just in case i see a stray dog and these little things are five dollars and it breaks a window."))melissa placed the towel over shade to the dog. she says the owner came out about fifteen minutes later. the dog is o-k. the federal government is finalizing plans to supply water to people in kewaunee county -- where manure is being blamed for contaminated wells. the journal sentinel reports: the e-p-a told residents the plan would be announced within a month. groundwater problems allows manure and other waste to trickle more quickly into aquifiers.
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morning.much more still to come on live at daybreak.up next... how a group of people -- some of them ex-cons -- are helping sherman park heal in the wake of last weekend's
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temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s now to the healing in sherman park -- where a group of people are working to improve the neighborhood, and their lives.these men and women went through hard times... many
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they are building homes and trying to counsel trouble teens.they just finished a construciton training progam offered through northcott neighborhood house and m-a-t-c. "they put some hard work and time in preparing themselves to be successful. in one point of time they thought there was nothing out there for them. as everyone is talking about we don't have anything for young folks when they many of the graduates have jobs lined up, or plan to pursue more a milwaukee teenager battling a rare disease, got a special wish granted from the make- a-wish foundation...shariff brookens' request was to help others. so they helped him host a big charity fundraiser to raise money for deserving organizations in our city. here's why he wanted to do it... try and do something that will change the world, try and do something that will help people instead of just helping yourself becuase when you help people instead of helping yourself you make the world better and that's better for
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will benefit children's hospital... the milwaukee urban league... the non-profit, girls in action... and the make-a-foundation. members of the today's tmj4 team spent yesterday morning spreading mulch at the urban ecology center in riverside park. the organization is always looking for extra hands. we are a proud sponsor of their upcoming "hike milwaukee" event on september 18th. you can visit tmj4.com for more information out and join us coming up on live at daybreak: a fugitive on the run has a clever disguise.. but was it enough to fool police? we have the answer..plus.. the priceless treasure of memories.. what one woman is doing after making a shocking
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a piece of boxing history has been stolen!thieves snatched muhammad ali's ?replica? bike. the red bicycle was hung up outside spalding university in louisville, kentucky.it told
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wanted to learn to fight -- after his bike was stolen from a gym.the school says the bike has great sentimental value and wants it back -- no questions a fugitive in massachusetts was clever, but not clever enough.police say shaun miller disguised himself as an elderly man to try and hide from authorities.they tracked him down anyway. old was arrested on drug charges.officers found 30 thousand dollars and two loaded weapons inside the home a small town in spain was the scene of a chess game played in a farm field, look at this - - the players used tractors as
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time the town has held the event.organizers say the chess game is an opportunity to pay tribute to agricultural labor and a call for youngsters to move to the countryside. time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish
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perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s. cool and comfortable weather continues tonight with lows around 60 lakeside and 50s inland.we start warming right back up as tuesday look like fantastic summer days with sunny skies. highs monday will be around 80 and we push into the middle 80s on tuesday. humidity also starts to build on tuesday. we stay warm and humid on wednesday with a chance of
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chance for rain this week appears to be wednesday night and into thursday morning,
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this story sounds like the start of a movie.. a new homeowner in texas have uncovered a priceless treasure... right in her backyard.tiffany pelt has this incredible story. (nats: opening the bag.)inside this old... nats... faded green bag... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters) "somebody and i don't think they meant to.""wow"didn't quite know what she would find. (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)"probably about 30 o yellow... and aged... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)"may 7th 1941 "but perfectly intact...(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" it's just preserved in time."there are hand written letters... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)"it just says dear mother. "stories from a young world world two soldier. (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" ... well it is strange here."carefully flipping through his pages of history...(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" otha e. sims, 20 of nolanville."she finds his fate. (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" 1941,
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person who was writing and receiving these letters."it reads... killed in action... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" it's amazing to me that somebody this young to be 20 had to go through that much in his life at such an early age, and i am thankful for him."but samantha knows these memories... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)"how is dad, the kids, thell them hello for me."this incredible treasure...is not hers to keep.(s: that he was definitely loved by his family, they saved all of these letters and they meant something."her wish...is that these lost letters...will find their home... with a family member who can continue telling the stories of otha e. sims.(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" he is a hero, he fought a hero, he died a hero and he will remain a hero." that was tiffany pelt
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connected with the man's niece and nephew... who are now in their 50's... to return the duffle bag full of the memorabilia. a 93-year-old woman is trying to find the good samaritan who stopped to help her when she got stranded on the side of a highway in michigan.alyce gilroy couldn't call for help -- because she didn't have her cell phone.that's when a good samaritan stopped to help.he removed a wheel cover that had come undone with a crowbar.and he ow a mile to make sure it was running o- "i'd give him a hug, and i'd give him a tray of cookies. i just want him to know how much it meant to me that he was so kind and so thoughtful."alyce said the good samaritan was african-american ... she wrote a letter to the newspaper saying the encounter proves that people of all races can get along in america.
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daybreak:reunited.a woman and her 100-year-old tortoise are making up for lost time.where the pet was found .. and how he and here are your top movies at the box office. we asked u.s. cellular customers to show us all the beautiful places they get coverage
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ed from the seashore. you shared from your hike. you showed us this sunset. you posted from the farm. and you adventured way out there... a lot of amazing places. ?? u.s. cellular put towers where the other guys don't. so join our network, and start sharing your moments
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to
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a california woman and her beloved pet have been reunited. touche the tortoise went on quite the adventure.wendi lane has the story of this 100- year-old reptile. "is that your baby?""oh my gosh!""what's its name?" "touche!"nancy knauss has had her tortoise "touc? " since she was has been her dear friend for almost 55 years... until she says the gardeners left her gate openand earlier this month. . her 100 year old tortoise escaped."don't let her be hurt by anyone or hit
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tortoise owner) "we posted on a lot of sites and we put fliers in the neighbors' mailboxes saying that we had lost a tortoise and please keep your eyes open."but touc? had other plans... covering the distance of more than eleven football fields a day...traveling over six and a half miles from her homein northeast fresno. . to gettysburg and hwy 41. . in only ten days found pet tortoise) "tortoises, people think they're really slow but this tortoise was really fast."it seemed maybe touc? was on a mission.(nancy knauss/ tortoise owner) "where did you find her?"(steven george/ found pet tortoise) "across the street over. there's a dome that goes on top of the water outlet, and it was trying to make love to it i think."the 100 year old near- sighted tortoise had found a friend. george says he spotted it at his neighbor's house climbing onto this domed mount over his neighbor' s water pipe.(steven george/ found pet tortoise) "a large tortoise across the street in the
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felt i had to go down there, bring it home and find the rightful owners. "(knauss) "say hello, say hello."george found the ad for the lost tortoise on social media, and the rest is history.(knauss) "yes there's a lot of bad in our world right now, but there are a lot of very really good
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good morning--another arrest is made in connection with the unrest in sherman park that took place just over one week plus...there's good news this morning for drivers travelling near the zoo interchangeand... an olympian from waukesha makes history in rio. good sunday morning to you at six o'clock! i'm julia fello. if you're looking for some relief from the sweltering heat, today is your day.taking a live look outside...
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temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all ec slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to
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new this morning- an all clear was just given--after many people in fox lake woke up in the middle of the night to a robo call.it said to stay in their homes and lock their doors.a dodge county lieutenant tells me a man was spotted running with a gun, after he had just crashed his truck.they believe there is no threat and this may all be a drunk driving crash.they are still looking for the driver this the headache for drivers who pass through the zoo interchange is over for now.. drivers can now access eastbound i-94.the d-o-t didn't think the interchange would open back up until this morning.. but it reopened last night around five.still.. one driver we spoke with was inconvenienced yesterday. 18:40:13 "so everybody had to get off on moorland and loop around greenfield. i mean they had signs and everything for the detour but, it was a
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work waukesha native gwen jorgensen is waking up this morning as an olympic gold medalist. jorgensen made history becoming the first american to win olympic gold in the triathlon.she completed the triathlon in just over one hour and 56 minutes. gwen jorgensen isn't the only one making headlines this olympics.swimmer ryan lochte has come under fire for allegedy fabricating a stor he sat down with the today show's matt lauer in an exclusive interview.here's what he had to i'm taking full responsibility for it. is because i over- exaggerated that story. and if i never d-- done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. surveillance video from the incident shows lochte and three teammates vandalizing a gas station.. according to rio here's a look at the updated medal count for the rio
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dominant throughout the games.. they have 116 medals. china is the next closest with 70.just after them is great britian with 66.russia has 53.. and germany rounds out the top five with 41 total medals. here's a live look at the olympic flame in rio de janeiro.the closing ceremony for the 20-16 summer games is tonight at seven right here on today's t-m-j- another arrest has weekend's violence in sherman park.police say 19 year old dale folley is accused of starting a fire in the parking lot of a pick n save on national avenue.police believe he was with at least 20 other young adults at the a 10 p-m curfew remains in effect at sherman park through the weekend.the park will also continue to close at 6 p-m and reopen at 6 a-m the next day. police say there has always been a curfew in the city.the difference now is kids have to
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in more news this morning.. a former member of a popular rock band is found dead in west bend. matt roberts was a guitarist with the group "3 doors down."he was scheduled to perform at a benefit concert in west bend last night. an autopsy is pending, but roberts' father says his son struggled with anxiety and an addiction to prescription drugs.he was 38-years-old. new information this morning out of northern man shot and killed by police friday night has been identified as 31-year-old kole knight.police say two officers were carrying out a search warrant on knight when he allegedly pulled a weapon on them.that's when officers shot and killed him.the names of the officers are expected to be released next week. turkey's president believes isis is responsible for a bombing attack at a wedding party.at least 50 people are dead.. and officials say
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turkey's deputy prime ministers says the attack appears to have been a suicide bombing.no one has claimed . decision 2016 - donald trump is continuing his push to gain african american voters..trump says he wants to make the g-o-p "home of the african american voter again" while at a rally in virginia.he also called hillary clinton's running mate.. former virginia governor tim kaine.. a "failed governor" in his own state. hillary clinton will be in provincetown, massachusetts later today for a fundraising event.special guest, cher will be on hand with the democratic presidential nominee.clinton's next stop along the campaign trail will be reno, nevada on thursday.a recent marquette university poll showed clinton with a nearly 10 point lead over donald trump in coming up on live at daybreak: nbc's jennifer bjorklund joins us live from rio on the final
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to
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there are a few more medals in the mix today before the summer games come to a close in rio..and as the competition winds down.. so to is the controversy surrounding 4 u-s swimmers who claimed they were robbed at gunpoint.. bjorklund is live with more... it's the last day of competition and while closing ceremonies are tonight at 8, it's not over yet!!and neither is the controversy that's overshadowed the last week of the summer games. "it was my immature behavior." in an interview with the today
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swimmer at the center of the controversy -ryan lochte- admits..there was no robbery in rio..s/ ryan lochte / usa swimming :12 - :17"i over- exaggerated that story. and if i never d-- done that, we wouldn't be in this mess." (nats)now.. as the games coming to an end - team u-s-a continues its run for gold.. with his family wildly cheering him on.. matthew centrowitz wins the 1500 - the first american to do that in more than 100 years..gwen jorgensen took gold in the women's triathlon - the first ever for a u-s athlete in the event..both the men's an finished first.. earning allyson felix an historic sixth gold medal - the most by any female athlete in olympic track and field history..and as expected.. the american women grabbed gold in basketball..the men will try to do the same this afternoon against serbia..(nats: singing) but no gold medal may mean as much.. to as many.. as this.. (nats: winning goal)brazil with the win in futbol.. or soccer.. a sport that borders on religion for the host
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good to see brazil able to celebrate after bearing so much of the burden it's not easy having so many people over!i'm jennifer bjorklund in rio, now back to you. it is now on this sunday morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak...coming up: grab your kilts.. we'll tell you how you can get into irish fest for free today.plus - enjoy the refreshing air while it lasts with returning soon details next in
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brian niznansky will have your forecast in just a few moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend. irish fest.if you donate a non- perishable food item at the gate before 11 a-m you'll get in for free.it's also military day and college day.those who provide a valid military or student i-d also get in for free. it's also the final day of the dodge county fair in beaver dam.the big event today is the demolition derby!that's at one and six p-m.admission to the fair is seven dollars before two o'clock and 10 dollars after.there's also a petting
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today at the the racine zoological society is hosting the 21st annual car, truck and bike show from nine until four today at the racine zoo.the best part is.. the event will go on rain or shine!admission to the zoo is only five dollars event. time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have
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perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s. cool and comfortable weather continues tonight with lows around 60 lakeside and 50s inland.we start warming right back up as soon as tomorrow. monday and tuesday look like fantastic
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highs monday will be around 80 and we push into the middle 80s on tuesday. humidity also starts to build on tuesday. we stay warm and humid on wednesday with a chance of showers and storms. chance for rain this week appears to be wednesday night and into thursday morning, courtesy of another cold front. the wildfire crisis in california continues..the
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than 14-thousand acres.. and it's not expected to be contained for nearly a month. alex fisher has more. nats - "please continue to watch over us and in your precious name. amen."it's a frightening scene with an unknown ending.s/dylan hamel/evacuee :10-:18"it's like a horror movie. but instead of having to sit down on the couch and watching it, you're dylan and his mom are scared flames have engulfed their home.s/julianna dominguez/evac uee :22-:25"that dark cloud is my home right there."a sea of trees killed by beetles is providing the cedar fire with plenty of fuel.a huge problem that's all too common throughout california as firefighters battle multiple wildfires across the golden state.but back to the cedar fire in kern county... and now into tulare county as well. firefighters are stationed throughout the mountains... taking action to save homes.
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not knowing what mother nature has left in store.s/shelly fetterman/neighbor :54-1:01 "this kind of flames, this close by and threatening and is like are we going to be able to defend glennville?"as the fire continues to consume everything in its path, it leaves little hope for residents who are watching the fire take over their mountain. s/dylan hamel/evacuee 1:09-1:13 "and i know thousands of other homes are going to too." heavy rains continue to pound parts of kansas.nearly six inches of rain has fallen south have had to use boats to reach people trapped by floodwaters. so far though.. there have been no reports of unfavorable weather has hurt the pumpkin crop.. causing beer makers to struggle to find the key ingredient for the seasonal flavor.many breweries like to get an early start on their brews, but the sharp decline in pumpkin has delayed what typically can be a four if you're looking to buy a
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be the best bang for your buck. according to a new report from edmunds dot com.. prices of used small cars continue to drop.. even as overall prices continue to soar.prices of sub- compact cars are down an average of six-point-three percent year over coming up.. rod burks updates us on packers receiver jordy nelson's health and if he'll be ready to go this week.. plus.. why some college football players may have to wait to start th
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to
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good morning everyonei'm rod burks for day breaksports on this sunday morning..morning. the packers wi practicefield coming up on monday, returningto the field on that day will be star receiver jordy nelson who practice for the first time sincetearing his a-c-l in his knee last year.here's head coach mike mccarthy on neslon return.on monday for the first time it will be in the individual drills the emphasis there.normal protocol that you want to bring guys back his
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into the brewers their series against marinerstoday.and the packers will not practice today .that's your day break sports have a great day everyone packers extra.. the green and gold are gearing up for another week of hard-hitting preseason football.the packers head west to san francisco to take on the 49-ers on friday night.since the game is on the west coast.. you'll have to stay up a little later to watch.kickoff is scheduled for with the season just weeks away.. six notre dame players may have to wait longer to start their season.police arrested one player for an incident with a woman outside a bar.five others were arrested after a traffic stop because police found marijuana and a loaded handgun in the car. "when you combine a handgun with marijuana and young people that's a recipe for disaster, so luckily in this case no one was hurt and maybe we can live and learn and move
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none of the players had a license to carry the handgun. the university released a statement saying it's looking into additional action. when we return.. we'll take a look at our top stories for you this morning..plus.. a frantic rescue.. what one oshkosh woman did to help save a life. here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up.at seven it's the closing ceremony of the summer olympics in rio.at 9:30 it's the voice.
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good morning, i'm julia fello. we'll have a check of your forecast in just a moment waukesha native gwen jorgensen is waking up this morning as an olympic gold medalist. jorgensen made history becoming the first american to win olympic gold in the triathlon.she completed the triathlon in just over one hour and 56 minutes. the headache for drivers who
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interchange is over for now.. drivers can now access eastbound i-94.the d-o-t didn't think the interchange would open back up until this morning.. but it reopened last night around five. turkey's president believes isis is responsible for a bombing attack at a wedding party.at least 50 people are dead.officials say another 94 people were wounded.turkey's deputy prime ministers says the attack appears to have been a suicide bombing.no one has claimed responsibility taking a live look outside now.... time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air!
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cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s beyond wisconsin-police are
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at texas a-and-m university. officers recently found the 19- year-old unresponsive at the sigma-nu house police say the preliminary cause of death is believed to be overdose of an unknown substance.but officials say it will take a while before autopsy results are the man behind some of the biggest boy bands to come out of the 90's has died in prison. lou pearlman passed away at the federal detention facility in guam. bands such as the backstreet boys, 'nsync,but he was later sentenced to 25-years in prison for running a 300- million-dollar ponzi scheme.he was 62 years old the national weather service is trying to confirm whether any torandoes touched down in western michigan.crates and plastic containers were blown around this blueberry farm in van buren county.roofs were ripped off homes and sheds... trees were uprooted... and power lines were knocked over.
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more local news-hundreds of athletes turned out to remember the woman killed by steven avery in 2005.runners took part in the high cliff ultra and cheesehead run near hilberta facebook post urged them to wear blue.400 people shared the post .. and many more took the challenge. several participants know the halbach "i just kept thinking one foot in front of the other and that's i think the persona the family needs to take and i can't imagine the family having to relive this. how many years later with all this stuff coming back and i couldn't imagine if it daughter." steven avery remains in prison for the murder.his newphew -- brendan dassey -- could be freed soon -- after a judge overturned his a wisconsin woman could be re-tried -- after a jury found her guilty of hiding her boyfriend's body, but could ?not decide if she was guilty of murder.rose kuehni of
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said it was self defense. bailey was found in box along the side of the road in kentucky.the 51-year old trucker was reported missing after he didn't show up for thanksgiving. an oshkosh dog is recovering this morning -- after being found in a hot car. a shopper noticed the pup in a grocery store parking lot.((blaske))"i looked at the dog he was panting really heavy drool was just pouring out of his mouth" melissa blaske asked the store employees to page the owner, but when that didn't happen... she took action. (("i have a towel and a leash just in case i see a stray dog and these little things are five dollars and it breaks a window."))melissa placed the towel over the window to offer shade to the dog. she says the owner came out about fifteen
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the federal government is finalizing plans to supply water to people in kewaunee county -- where manure is being blamed for contaminated wells. the journal sentinel reports: the e-p-a told residents the plan would be announced within a month. groundwater problems allows manure and other waste to trickle more quickly into aquifiers. members of the today's tmj4 team spent a morning spreading mulch at the urban ecology center in riverside organization is always looking for extra hands. we are a proud sponsor of their upcoming "hike milwaukee" event on september 18th. you can visit tmj4.com for more information on that... and make sure to come out and join us for it. it is now on this saturday morning.much more still to come on live at daybreak.up next... how a group of people -- some of them ex-cons -- are helping sherman park heal in the wake of last weekend's
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most
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partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s now to the healing in sherman park -- where a group of people are working to improve the neighborhood, and their lives. through hard times... many even spent time in prison.now they are building homes and trying to counsel trouble teens.they just finished a construciton training progam offered through northcott neighborhood house and m-a-t-c. "they put some hard work and time in preparing themselves to be successful. in one point of time they thought there was nothing out there for them. as everyone is talking about we don't have anything for young folks when they really do."
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jobs lined up, or plan to pursue more education and a milwaukee teenager battling a rare disease, got a special wish granted from the make- a-wish foundation...shariff brookens' request was to help others. so they helped him host a big charity fundraiser to raise money for deserving organizations in our city. here's why he wanted to do it... try and do something that will change the world, try and do something that will help people instead of just helping yourself becuase when you help people in yourself you make the world better better for everybody. the money raised will benefit children's hospital... the milwaukee urban league... the non-profit, girls in action... and the make-a-foundation. a new homeowner in texas have uncovered a priceless treasure... right in her backyard.tiffany pelt has this incredible (nats: opening the bag.)inside this old... nats... faded green bag... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters) "somebody left these and i don't think they meant to." "wow"didn't quite know what she would find.(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)
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not more. "yellow... and aged... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters) "may 7th 1941 "but perfectly intact...(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" it's just preserved in time." there are hand written letters... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters) "it just says dear mother. " stories from a young world world two soldier. (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" ... well it is strange here."carefully flipping through his pages of history...(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" ot nolanville."she finds his fate. (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" 1941, 1942 and then all of a sudden theres an obituary... from the person who was writing and receiving these letters."it reads... killed in action... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" it's amazing to me that somebody this young to be 20 had to go through that much in his life at such an early age, and i am thankful for him."but samantha knows these memories... (sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)"how is dad, the kids,
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incredible treasure...is not hers to keep.(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters) "i thought that he was definitely loved by his family, they saved all of these letters and they meant something."her wish...is that these lost letters...will find their home... with a family member who can continue telling the stories of otha e. sims.(sot: samantha pimentel, found lost letters)" he is a hero, he fought a hero, he died a hero and he will remain a hero." that was tiffany pelt reporting.samantha has since connected with the man's niece and nephew... who are now in their 50's... to return the duffle bag full of the memorabilia. a 93-year-old woman is trying to find the good samaritan who stopped to help her when she got stranded on the side of a highway in michigan.alyce gilroy couldn't call for help -- because she didn't have her cell phone.that's when a good samaritan stopped to help.he removed a wheel cover that had come undone with a crowbar.and
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a mile to make sure it was running o-k. "i'd give him a hug, and i'd give him a tray of cookies. i just want him to know how much it meant to me that he was so kind and so thoughtful." alyce said the good samaritan was african-american ... she wrote a letter to the newspaper saying the encounter proves that people of all races can get along in comingon a fugitive on the run has a clever disguise.. but was it enough to fool police? we have
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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a piece of boxing history has been stolen!thieves snatched muhammad ali's ?r the red bicycle was hung up outside spalding university in louisville, kentucky.it told the story of how young ali wanted to learn to fight -- after his bike was stolen from a gym.the school says the bike has great sentimental value and wants it back -- no questions asked. a fugitive in massachusetts was clever, but not clever enough.police say shaun miller disguised himself as an
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from authorities.they tracked him down anyway.the 31-year- old was arrested on drug charges.officers found 30 thousand dollars and two loaded weapons inside the home a small town in spain was the scene of a chess game played in a farm field, look at this - - the players used tractors as chess piecesthis is the second time the town has held the event.organizers say the chess game is an opportunity to pay tribute to agricultural labor and a call for youngsters to
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time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler than we've been in over a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs today will be in the lower to middle 70s. cool and comfortable weather continues tonight with lows around 60
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start warming right back up as soon as tomorrow. monday and tuesday look like fantastic summer days with sunny skies. highs monday will be around 80 and we push into the middle 80s on starts to build on tuesday. we stay warm and humid on wednesday with a chance of showers and storms. the best chance for rain this week appears to be wednesday night
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courtesy of another cold front. a california woman and her beloved pet have been reunited. touche the tortoise went on quite the adventure.wendi lane
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year-old reptile. keep an eye out for the map in this story. "is that your baby?""oh my gosh!""what's its name?" "touche!"nancy knauss has had her tortoise "touc? " since she was 5 years old. touc? has been her dear friend for almost 55 years... says the gardeners left her gate openand earlier this month. . her 100 year old tortoise escaped."don't let her be hurt by anyone or hit by a car."(nancy knauss/ tortoise owner) "we posted on a lot of sites and we put fliers in the neighbors' mailboxes saying that we had lost a tortoise and please keep your eyes open."but
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than eleven football fields a day...traveling over six and a half miles from her homein northeast fresno. . to gettysburg and hwy 41. . in only ten days(steven george/ found pet tortoise) "tortoises, people think they're really slow but this tortoise was really fast."it seemed maybe touc? was on a mission.(nancy knauss/ tortoise owner) "where did you find her?"(steven george/ found pet tortoise) "across the street over. there's a dome that water outlet, and it was trying to make love to it i think."the 100 year old near- sighted tortoise had found a friend. george says he spotted it at his neighbor's house climbing onto this domed mount over his neighbor' s water pipe.(steven george/ found pet tortoise) "a large tortoise across the street in the neighbors yard. i knew it didn't belong to them so i felt i had to go down there, bring it home and find the rightful owners. "(knauss) "say hello, say hello."george found the ad for the lost
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the rest is history.(knauss) "yes there's a lot of bad in our world right now, but there are a lot of very really good people that care too." still ahead on live at daybreak:the top stories we are folloinwg this morning.. and here are your top box
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welcome back... here's one last look at our top stories this morning. a 10-pm curfew remains in effect at sherman park. meanwhile, another arrest has been made in connection with last weekend's sherman park.police say 19 year old dale folley is accused of starting a fire in the parking lot of a pick n save on avenue. investigators are trying to determine how a man died at a water park in washington state. lifeguards pulled the unconscious man from the pool at "wild waves water park" in federal way -- just south of seattle.there are no further details about turkey's president believes isis is responsible for a
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party.at least 50 people are dead.officials say another 94 people were wounded.turkey's deputy prime ministers says the attack appears to have been a suicide bombing.no one has claimed responsibility time to open up the windows and enjoy the refreshing air! temperatures this morning are cooler a month. dew points have dropped into the 50s. i wish today's forecast was all perfect, but we have to keep a slight chance of showers through the day. however, most of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies. highs in the lower
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look at the olympic cauldron in rio the flame will be put
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here's usain bolt. triple-triple. >> a perfect golden run for olympic gold. >> all hail usain bolt! ?? >> on a rainy sunday morning in rio, a look at the city's famous sambodromo. every february this is the scene of one of the world's biggest parties the carnival parade. today it's the start and finish line for the marathon on the closing day of the 2016 olympic games. from inside our studio at copacabana beach i'm al michaels. what a scene here last night.

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