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>> announcer: this is breaking news now from today's tmj4. >> and that breaking news is in waukesha, where a lockdown was just lifted on the campus of carroll university after reports of a man with a gun. >> rebecca klopf is live at the university with the very te charles, the all-clear was just given. you can see behind me, waukesha police are actually still gathered over there. we saw another police car just drive in right now. carroll university said there were reports of a man with a gun. they have not said if anyone is in custody. they say the situation is resolved. they were on lockdown for a while. waukesha police department is on the scene. they're investigating.
students to look at their pioneer alerts for ongoing information. one thing that is important to know, classes are not yet under way at carroll university. i looked on their web site, move-in day isn't until labor day weekend. what does look like is going on, athletic events that start this friday. possibly those students are on campus. as of right now, no official fall class students are on campus right now. so, again, the all-clear has university, and waukesha police continue to investigate. they say they will be releasing more information to us a little bit later on tonight. reporting live at carroll university, rebecca klopf, today's tmj4. >> we're happy for the all-clear. thank you. historic flooding in louisiana. devastating wildfires in california. and a deadly apartment fire in sheboygan. when disaster strikes, the red cross is there. and in wisconsin, that means volunteers now are being
sheboygan where a fire ripped through this apartment complex, killing one person and leaving many families homeless. >> coreen zell talked to one of those families affected, along with volunteers who say they need more people to step up and help. >> reporter: charles and carole, more than 20 of those people who lost everything in that apartment fire are staying here tonight, at farnsworth middle school. for shelter, food and clean clothes. >> i d by that building again. >> jackie is one of more than 40 residents who used to call embers apartments in sheboygan home. now, many have no place to go after the complex caught fire sunday morning, leaving one person dead. >> we were shipped here on this bus shocked, put into the loving hands of these volunteers. and it was amazing. >> 35 red cross volunteers are working around the clock to help
almost 50 local volunteers are in louisiana assisting with flooding victims. close to ten in california helping with wildfires. the red cross is in need of some help of their own. >> right now, it's a little bit more urgent, because we have so many things happening. >> reporter: they're asking for people to volunteer their time, donate blood, and give money. >> we're stretched. we've got a lot of people working. >> it's not going unnoticed. >> i can't imae lost my mind if it had not been for them. i don't know what i would have done if it hadn't been for the red cross. i really don't. >> reporter: tomorrow, the red cross is organizing a multi-agency relief center here to help those people take steps toward getting back on their feet. fire officials are investigating what caused that apartment fire. if you're interested in helping the red cross, you can find
reporting live, coreen zell, today's tmj4. >> where would we be without the red cross and volunteers. the aclu is putting pressure on the attorney general in the smith case. >> smith's death led to two days of violence in sherman park. rebecca klopf talked to the aclu about why they want the video released. >> ed flynn, police chief, said the entire incident involng sylville smith took 20 seconds to unfold. we don't know if he activated his camera. the aclu says this could mean you don't hear the actual shots. >> that suggests that the officers didn't turn on their video when they should have. >> the cameras are always recording, but not always saving the video. here's how it works. when an officer wants to save an incident, they double click on the camera. the camera will go back and save the previous 30 seconds of video
happened before. there is no audio on that 30 seconds. audio starts the moment the officer double clicks the camera. >> we don't think that it's a defect that if you don't have the audio, if you can have training and policies that make it so that the officer turns on the video as soon as the encounter begins. >> i know that the video starts as the officer's still in the seconds later, the audio also kicks in. >> attorney general brad schimel says he's not yet ready to release the body cam video. and that concerns the aclu. >> if you retain, withhold the body cam video, without a good reason, that's going to undermine community trust. >> reporter: schimel says he's holding the video because he still needs to reserve evidence. >> in the end, the public needs to have confidence that the
for the truth. >> reporter: rebecca klopf, today's tmj4. >> the attorney general's office will turn over its finding to the district attorney. if the d.a. decides not to issue charges, the video will be released first to the smith family and then the public. 23-year-old sylville smith ran from a traffic stop. smith had a gun in his hand and refused to drop it. that's when a milwaukee police sh chest and once in the arm. there were three officers wearing body cameras. state investigators have looked at them in real-time. at last check the d.o.j. has gotten 10 anonymous tips. the family is arranging funeral services this friday at christian faith fellowship church. more than 30 faith leaders have promised to be there. the family representative says
yesterday. >>...her heart and prayed for her and just tried to reinforce the prayers, and the strengthening. >> funeral services are expected to start at noon. the reverend jesse jackson is expected to deliver the eulogy. milwaukee police and federal investigators released a surveillance picture of the suspect in the arson of a liquor store in the violence in sherman park. take a close look and see if you recognize it was taken at the store. anyone who recognizes this man is asked to call milwaukee police or the atf. you may be eligible for the $10,000 reward. the emergency curfew in the city of milwaukee has been lifted. teens under 17 are required to be home by 10:00 during the month of summer. >> things have stabilized. certainly in the sherman park area. and i want to give incredible
the religious groups, the neighborhood groups, and most of all to the residents of sherman park who really stepped up and said, hey, this is our neighborhood, we want this to be a good neighborhood. it has been an amazing response. >> the sheriff department is still closing sherman park at 6:00 p.m. for complete coverage on the healing, go to our web site, tmj4.com. coming up in the second half of our broadcast, i want to tell you about a sherman park business celebrating a successful 15 attorney general brad schimel took time to talk about brendan dassey. he was convicted of helping his uncle help murder halbach. a judge overturned his conviction saying his conviction was coerced. schimel said he would probably act much sooner than the 90-day deadline. >> we're still examining all of the options.
directions this case can go. and before we make a determination as to which option we'll pursue, we are going to want to give teresa halbach's family an opportunity for input. >> schimel's office has been in communication with halbach's family and continue to outline options and the likelihood of success on each one. after a cool, wet weekend, it was a beautiful start to the week. we should expect to see more of the same tomorrow. >> a little bit more humidity. almost a repeat forecast. we started off a little chilly this morning for some. 56 in milwaukee. 46 in burlington. 46 also in lake geneva, up a tick there at 6:30 in the morning. a couple 40s on the map. in the afternoon, temperatures were mainly in the 70s. we did reach a high between hours in milwaukee of 80?. but, we hit the 70s yesterday. tomorrow, we are going to be
on up again. continue to look at clear skies allowing the temperatures to drop. 71? now. the rest of the overnight hours, dropping into the 50s away from lake michigan not quite as crisp of a start to the day, but it will and cool start. i'll tell you when the warm air sinks in, and how long it will stick around. take a look at this, one of milwaukee's historical landmarks is beginning a giant restoration project. the basilica need of millions of dollars of improvement. the project is about 16% funded. supporters need donation toss reach their $7.5 million goal. more than a dozen neighbors in the bay view area laced up their sneakers and took a walk with the mayor. it's all part of the mayor's 100 miles in 100 days challenge. this promotes people to stay active by walking with members of their community. beautiful day to take a walk. >> good idea.
will be the week matthews and peppers will meet with the nfl. >> alleging they used performance enhancing drugs. >> rod burks joins us. >> they had a deadline of august 25 to talk to investigators or they would be suspended by the league. according to a report by the usa today, they have asked to meet with the nfl this week on reports that that linked the al-jazeera report. it looks like the two sides will be getting together soon to beat the deadline of august 25th. the packers pre-season continues this friday in san francisco. the only place you can see it right here on today's tmj4 your official packer's station. coverage begins at 7:30 with a special. kickoff set for 9:00 p.m. still ahead, a piece of the past preserved in sherman park.
thanks to a firefighter and a plumber the kitten was rescued. the kitten is named miracle, is doing better. her dog was left in a stolen car, the car was stolen at the corner of cass and wells. the gps tracked to the north side where it had been left abandoned after a crash. a bystander found dog, near 6th and vine. >> his name from a kids' story. he is just like that dog i always wanted as a kid. >> the arrow dog had a collar with a phone number. the collar was missing, so the dog's microchip is what led him back. we spotlight a sherman park business celebrating its 15th anniversary this month. one with a rich history that's
>> the sherman park coffee shop has brewed up java to thousands during its 15 years in business. >> it was totally about the community. i'm not a good example of a coffee shop guy. i just like plain coffee. our neighborhood needed a welcoming, safe, place. >> it sits in a former gas station built in 1939. and perched on 49th and roosevelt. the owner has lived >> we were wonderfully embraced. we have an eclectic neighborhood. >> it is not only latte and treats. he has been coming since it has opened. >> get a chance to experience a lot of personalities. >> sherman park is on the national registry of historic landmarks. >> it is a very unique property in a unique location. it's a streamlined architecture.
caffeine for many years to come. >> at least exist another 15 years. that would be my wish for the sherman park coffee shop. >> we hope to be here as long as people are satisfied with our product and service. >> way to go. and, feeding america is stopping in sherman park tomorrow, going to hand out 10,000 pounds of food. the mobile food pantry will be 1:00 to 3:00. all of the food will be on a first-come, first-served basis. this weekend, gwen jorgensen became the first american woman to win gold in the triathlon. >> girls rule. the waukesha native had no shortage of support, with several friends making the trip to rio. doning their team gwen shirts. gwen is just as down to earth as
>> being her friends, even throughout athletics, she was always very humble. she was driven and very successful in all of the sports that she did. but she never had a big head about anything. >> we're so proud of you. she graduated from waukesha south. she lives near minneapolis. if the weather could stay like this all year long, it would be great. >> a beautiful shot of lake michigan from sheboygan. enjoy this cool refreshing air while you can. warm air rolls back in soon. >> tomorrow you'll start to feel a little bit of the stickiness. wednesday, we're going to have dew points back in the 70s instead of the 70s in the 70s. we did see a high of 80? in milwaukee. 56?, a cooler start, it was breezy. winds from the south.
throughout the day tomorrow, which is going to bring stickier air to the south, into our neck of the woods. temps hanging on decently. 60 in burlington. 71 in milwaukee, 70 in janesville. dew points still comfortable today in the low 50s. those are going to start to increase, as we go into the day tomorrow. we'll have dew points in the mid 60s, by wednesday, again dew points in the 70s for some of us. it's going friday we'll be back in comfortable dew points in the 50s. it will feel refreshing closer to the weekend. to the north, situated a warm front, sparking off a few showers and storms up in the u.p., that's where they're going to stay overnight tonight. still looking at clear skies, warmer and more humid air starts to push in tomorrow. not oppressively hot. the humidity cranked up a little bit tuesday into wednesday,
showers and thunderstorms. not going to be a washout of a day, certainly a good chance for rainshowers, get your mowing of the lawns done, i think tomorrow would be your best day. generally a quarter of an inch, maybe a half of an inch wednesday, best chance in the morning, then late in the day as the cold front swings on through. overnight staying dry with clear skies. 62 your overnight low. pretty much right where we're supposed to be for this time of year. 58 away from lake michigan. clear skies are going to allow along with that drier air starting to increase the moisture a bit. 81? for your high tomorrow. we'll still be breezy, and that wind continues to crank in the temperatures that are going to be in the 80s for your wednesday, a chance for those showers and storms as that cold front swings through. that will dry us out for thursday, and the humidity will drop back down, a very comfortable friday ahead with a high of 74?. chance of a few showers or thunderstorms this weekend, certainly not a washout.
rodgers, and he expects to be ready. they open in jacksonville in week one. here he is after practice. >> i felt better today, honestly. ...being in full pads, and everything. i thought that was a good time. we have been working inside, we have been getting the conditioning aspect in. there's nothing like playing a game and playing a game in jacksonville week one. it is going to be hot down there. i'm sure everyone will be having to deal with part of it. >> tretter got good news when mike mccarthy made him starting center. he takes over for the injured corey lyndsay, who hasn't practiced because of a hamstring injury. >>...again, it's out there, and now you got to run with it. have to go out there and prove what you can do, continue to
the brewers opening up their game hosting the colorado rockies. jimmy nelson looking for his first win since july. tied up at 1. ryan braun safe at first. and behar crosses the plate. and a two-run single that scores brawny and scooter gennett. homerun. 30th of the year, headed out of the park. the brewers take game one against the rockies with a 4-2 win. nelson gets his first win since july 16. jason terry signed. bucks head coach kidd with a championship in dallas. terry played his last two season with the rockets where he
>> and you'll get a little bit of humidity creeping back in there tomorrow. hey, yesterday, it brought the end. it was 75? in milwaukee. it brought the end of 20 days of 80 degrees or more. it brought the end of 35 days or more of at or above average. >> carole: that's incredible. we have had two or three summers of below normal. >> okay, two days in the 70s. i think we can handle. really not so bad. and the wind is going to be a littit nothing too much. >> charles: a nice summer day. >> get the yard work in before. >> don't forget to join vinny and susan tomorrow on live at daybreak. >> carole: see you
from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio i 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it's august 22nd. hope you had a lovely, lovely weekend. hardest working woman in show business. >> if you call it work. >> you have been gone from me for three weeks. you had the celine week. which was crazy. >> that was epic. >> amazing. >> and two weeks at the olympics. and it kicked off -- the olympics kicked off with michael phelps as the flag bearer. i thought it only appropriate that on our first show back, that jacket -- the michael phelps jacket, i got you a replica. can we please bring kate in? here's the music. ?? okay. dim the lights.