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attorney general brad schimel says releasing the videos right now would compromise his investigation. the videos show what happened seconds before police shot and killed slyville smith after a brief foot chase. but schimel cautioned the videos don't tell the whole story. so here's what we know about shooting at 44th and auer. 23-year old syville smith ran from a traffic stop. police say smith had a gun in his hand and refused to drop it. that's when a milwaukee officer shot him twice - once in the chest and once in the arm. there were three officers - two of them were wearing body cameras. state investigators and have looked at both videos in real time and while slowing them down. 85406 when a person is running
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them its not staying focussed on the individual the officer is pursuing at all times. it moves very quickly its not easy you see everything until you slow it down.(? we're told there's no surveillance video of the shooting from nearby homes. schimel says the unrest and violence that followed in the hours after the shooting ?did? slow the process and delayed the investigation. schimel says all critical witnesses have been interviewed and expects more follow up interviews. he called the investigation a top priority but it will not be rushed.the smith family will get to see the videos before the public but not until the district attorney reviews the
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schimel did not give any time line on when the investigation will be completed and turned over to the district attorney for review but stressted the process is moving along. coming up on live at five we are going to look into why there was no audio on the body cameras for 30 seconds and what that means for the investigation. to talk about brendan dassey. dassey was convicted of helping his uncle, steven avery murder teresa halbach back in 2005. a judge recently overturned dassey's conviction, saying his confession was coerced. the state has less than 90 days to either appeal, re-try or release dassey from prison. schimel said today he would probably act much sooner than
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schimel says his office has been in communications with halbach's family and continue to outline all the different options with them and the likelihood of success on each one. greenfield police are investigating a death in shorewood. the 39-year old man was taken into police custody a week ago for domestic vi was found unresponsive two hours later. he passed away yesterday. a 64-year old woman is dead after a driver blew through a red light at 27th and wells. it happened around six o'clock last night. police tells us the two cars collided at 27th and wells. investigators are trying to determine what caused a deadly apartment fire in sheboygan over the weekend. one person was killed when a fire broke at embers apartments on south business drive. dozens of
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red cross shelter. the state fire marshal is investigating a hardware store fire that broke out in kiel that's just north of elkhart lake in calumet and manitowoc counties. one person who lived in an upstairs apartment was recued. part of the building actually collapsed from the fire. storm team 4 now....it felt like fall when we woke up but it's turned into a beautiful summer day.meteorologist scott steele tells us if skies will stay clear tonight. high pressure has taken control of our conditions across the upper midwest bringing a refreshing change to the weather. humidity levels are much lower with dew points in the 50s as high temperatures remain in the seasonal 70s. with such dry and stable air in place, the skies will remain bright blue for the rest of the day, with a repeat performance tomorrow. in between, we'll see plenty of stars during the overnight hours. as the ridge eases off to our east, the growing
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boost moisture with noticeably higher humidity tomorrow and wednesday. a storm system approaching from the west will kick off a couple rounds of showers and storms later tuesday night and again on wednesday. more sunshine should return thursday and friday. a local landmark in need of desperate improvements. carole with a story new on live at 5... thanks charles and katie. emergency work is underway at basilica of saint josaphat. but funds are short to get the building back into original condition. tonight. how much it would cost to restore the iconic cathedral--that's coming up on live at 5... packers extra now-- wide receiver jordy nelson is expected to practice today for the first time since injuring his right knee a year ago.
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with full pads on ... but didn't play against the raiders, last week. he is likely to play at jacksonville to open the season. the packers take on the san francisco 49ers this friday in santa clara, california. kick off is at nine and airs right here on today's tmj4. just ahead at 4, with school starting up again...how you can squeeze in an effective workout into a tighter schedule.and if you're thinking about renting a storage unit, an issue you don't money. feingold: i'm russ feingold
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4 your money this afternoon.... here's a look now at the markets at the close of business today.... more money headlines now.... energy bills are higher... and it's not taking notice. a new state report says the state's average rates are the highest in the midwest... and are the highest they've been in a decade. experts say those rates make it hard for industries to remain competitive. that's triggering concern many may move their operations to other states. if you've driven around the state this summer, you may have noticed that gasoline prices are markedly higher in appleton and green bay than they are in madison and milwaukee. that's because the only fuel pipeline serving
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shut-down indefinitely. the move came after repairs and an inspection earlier this year. no word on when more gasoline might be flowing to that region. a huge deal in the pharmaceutical world today, where pfizer is buying the cancer drug company medivation. the deal, valued about $14 billion.medivation makes treatments for breast and prostate cancers. the company's drug xtandi (ex-tan'-dee) already generates about two-billion dollars a year in sales, and analysts say it has the have you ever rented a storage unit? or are you thinking about renting one? consumer reporter john matarese shows you an all-too-common issue that can ruin your belongings, so you don't waste your money. (john on cam) a family is trying to salvage some of their belongings....after almost everything they had was ruined in a rental storage unit that was supposed to be secure. what happened to them should be a warning for everyone else ---------------- nate browing opens his storage unit... (sot) "uh, the worst
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and surveys whats left of the belongings he and his wife had stored for 9 months while their house was being built. (sot) "those are mice droppings yes. in our toaster." mice, it apears, got into everything from cookie jars to baby bouncer seats. (sot) "i was here and i went over and opened it, and as soon as i opened it, the baby seat was one of the first things in the pod and it was actually covered." nate's wife rebecca say she was.... (sot) "devastated. i mean that's our baby's belongings and now it's ruined." the browings had expected secure, climate controlled storage. but when them... (sot) "we found that probably 75 percent of the things were covered with mouse feces and urine." (matarese field standup) this leads to a bigger question: what are your rights if your things are ruined while they are in storage? ------------ the better business bureau says: --most storage contracts state the facility is not responsible for damage. --so make sure you are covered by your insurance....or by insurance you can buy from the storage company. we contacted the storage company, which told us" "we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction. it is a standard practice for our
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protection . we are working directly with mr. and mrs. browning to resolve their issue." (sot) "we're frustrated. (john on cam) one last tip: if you have a family heriloom, never put it in a rental storage unit or garage. bring it to a close family member for safekeeping...or if its small, a safe deposit box at the bank so you dont waste your money. i'm john matarese for today's tmj4. storm team 4 weather now.... an let's take a look at things right now from our port washington cam....((ad lib)) meteorologist scott steele... handling the weather duties this afternoon... high pressure has taken control of our conditions across the upper midwest bringing a refreshing change to the weather. humidity
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points in the 50s as high temperatures remain in the seasonal 70s. with such dry and stable air in place, the skies will remain bright blue for the rest of the day, with a repeat performance tomorrow. in between, we'll see plenty of stars during the overnight hours. as the ridge eases off to our east, the growing southerly flow will quickly boost moisture with noticeably higher humidity tomorrow and wednesday. a storm st kick off a couple rounds of showers and storms later tuesday night and again on wednesday.more sunshine should return thursday and
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time now for ask the expert.... it's back to school time...and for parents, that means more demanding schedules and less time. so how can you squeeze in a quality workout? joining us live this afternoon... our wellness ambassador, david
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got a question for our experts? email them at ask the expert at today's tmj4 dot com. you can also leave a voicemail. the number is 967-5253. a teenager leads police on a wild, high speed chase..coming up at 4:30.... the damage that was done, and how it could
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storm team 4 now: a fast- moving dust storm rolled through phoenix, arizona yesterday.... impacting both ground and air travel. wind gusts as high as 60 miles an hour fueled the huge wall of dust and dirt... limiting drivers to a quarter-mile of visibility or less at times. there were also delays at phoenix sky harbor airport high pressure has taken control of our conditions across the upper midwest bringing a refreshing to the weather. humidity levels are much lower with dew points in the 50s as high temperatures remain in the seasonal 70s. with such dry and stable air in place, the skies will remain bright blue for the rest of the day, with a repeat performance tomorrow. in between, we'll see plenty of stars during the overnight hours. as the ridge eases off to our east, the growing southerly flow will quickly boost moisture with noticeably higher humidity tomorrow and wednesday. a storm system approaching from the west will kick off a couple rounds of showers and storms later tuesday night and again on wednesday. more sunshine
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just ahead - the major sponsor swimmer ryan lochte has lost....and, how one of the final five u-s gymmasts plans to spend some time with another group of strong
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the olympic games in rio de janiero have come to a close. after 16 days of awe- feats of athleticism he olympic village now sits quiet...americans were strong, but there were a few upsets. the village that brought the world together for all those unforgettable moments is empty once again this morning ... but the spirit - and the olympic torch - have been passed on to tokyo, which hosts the summer olympics in 2020. the fall-out has begun for olympian ryan lochte. speedo has dropped their sponsorship of the u-s swimmer after
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gunpoint.the swim suit maker said... "we cannot condone behavior that is counter to the values this brand has long stood for." olympic gymnast, gabby douglas is heading to atlanitic city after winning gold in rio. she'll help judge the miss america pageant. douglas says "the contestants are a great example of strong women across the usa." miss america airs september 11th. thanks for joining us today at four.there's more news
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now at 4:30 - sunny skies and 70's today. this is a live look at current conditions around the area... it's warmed up today after a fall like t morning. we are finally able to turn off our air conditioners and enjoy these comfortable conditions..but it won't last for long - the humidity will return...meteorologist scott steele joins us with more. high pressure has taken control of our conditions

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