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a week after violence erupted in their then -- the reason wisconsin's attorney general won't be releasing the body cam footage from the sylville smith shooting... and why some groups are questioning and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and absolutely beautiful with highs in near 80, low humidity, a sunny sky, and a southerly breeze at 10-15 mph. it was the pick day of the
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clear and pleasant once again with lows near 60 and a little more humid. today remains mostly sunny and nice, but it will be warmer and a humid with highs near 82. scattered showers return late tonight with lows in the upper 60s and humidity. the to be turned about 24 incident free, medium traffic, dry roads happening happening now:milwaukee police are looking for the person-- who shot three people-- near the city's west side. they say it happened after a fight last night near 29th and clybourn. all ?three victims-- are expected to survive. right now-- it's unclear if they were involved in the fight--
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sherman park... just under two weeks after violence and looting broke out following the shooting of sylville pete zervakis is live with how local organizations say they'll support the residents of sherman park today... feeding america is feeding feeding while some are calling for the police footage of the sylville smith shooting to be released general brad schimel is calling for patience. 84015 in the end the public needs to have confidence that the process was an effective search for the truth.schimel says he is holding the video because he still needs to preserve evidence.however.. the a-c-l-u still has a lot of questions surrounding the shooting... like whether or not the officer activated his body camera before telling smith to drop a here's what we know about the shooting. according to
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smith ran from a traffic stop at 44th and auer. police claim 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 on scene... two were wearing body cameras. state investigators and have looked at both videos in real time and in slow last check -- the d-o-j has gotten ?ten? anonymous tips-- smith's funeral will be friday at christian faith fellowship church.more than 30 it there.funeral services are expected to start at noon. the reverend jesse jackson is expected to deliver new information this morning in brendan dassey's case. attorney general brad schimel will get input from teresa halbach's family on weather or not brendan dassey will go free. a judge overturned dassey's conviction in halbach's murder. schimel now has 90 days to either appeal... re-try dassey.. or release him. dassey and his uncle.. steven avery... were convicted of killing halbach
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firefighters are still trying to figure out what started a deadly apt fire in sheboygan over the weekend. as the investigation continues - the fire department and the red cross are putting out an urgent call for volunteers. ann sterling joins us live from sheboygan this morning. 35 red cross volunteers are working around the clock to help those who lost everything in that apartment fire. more 2 everything in the fire are staying here at farnsworth middle school. they're relying on the red cross for shelter, food and clean clothes. investigators are still trying to determine what started the broke out early sunday morning at the embers apartments on south business woman died as a result of the fire.and we know more than 40 people now don't have a home. their lives changed in just a matter of moments. .some of those people are staying with family the
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today -- the red cross is organizing a one stop shop for these families affected by this help them get back on their feet.and if you would like to become a new volunteer for the red cross. training is free you can find more information on our website, breaking right now...a new analysis just out finds wikileaks damaged the privacy of hundreds of innocent people.the associated press just released the findings a couple hours ago -- tweeting out wikileaks revealed peal the website wikileaks is on a global crusade to expose government the past year alone -- the a-p found the group published medical files of lots of private citizens -- including hundreds with sensitive family, financial and personal identity records included.the investigation highlights two particularly eggregious cases -- that named teenage rape a third case - the site named a saudi citizen arrested for being gay --
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death in the muslim attempts by the a-p to reach wiki leaks founder julian assange went unanswered. a milwaukee woman is releived and overhwhelmed now that she is reunited with her dog, who was left in a stolen car.the car was stolen at the corner of cass and wells. the woman's g-p-s tracked the car to the northside, where it had been left abandoned after a crash. a bystander found "arrow" yesterday, near 6th and vine. "his name comes from a kid's story about a boy with a dog named arrow that dog i always wanted as a arrow had a collar with a phone number - but the collar was missing. the dog's microchip is what ultimately lead him back to his up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--a former wrestling coach blames his fomer employers for the reason he's out of work. we explain why. then -- a u-s senator has a unique plan to make college more affordable. what it could mean for students and their professors.
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david caruso shares ideas for an affordable and unique labor day celebrationplus the hottest books of the summer
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yesterday was sunny and absolutely beautiful with highs in near 80, low humidity, a sunny sky, and a southerly breeze at 10-15 mph. it was the pick day of the week. this morning is mostly clear and pleasant once again with lows near 60 and a little more humid. today remains mostly sunny and nice, but it will be warmer and a little more humid with highs near 82. scattered showers tonight with lows in the upper 60s and higher humidity. the ac will need to be turned back on for about 24 hours.. more news now:u-s senator ron johnson has an idea to make college more affordable for
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the idea of getting rid of some instructors... replacing them with educational videos. johnson says tenured professors are to blame for what he calls the quote "higher education cartel".. end quote. johnson is locked in a tight re-election battle with democratic challenger russ feingold.fiengold who lost his seat to johnson back in 2010... is ahead in the polls among likely voters according to the latest marquette law a former u-w whitewater wrestling coach is calling out his former employer. he believes he was unlawfully fired and that school leaders actively conspired to keep him from getting another job.tim fader filed a federal lawsuit against the school's former chancellor and athletic director. fader claims he was let go back in 2014 because he reported an alleged sexual assault by one of his recruits to campus police and not to his supervisor... which goes against university policy. after being let go... fader claims when the two were
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spun a different story about what really happened... giving the employers a negative impression of fader. a uw- whitewater spokesperson says the school will not comment on pending litigation. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--still no school. the thing keeping hundreds of students in california out of the classroom again. also-- change and setbacks. is the trump campaign flip-flopping on immigration... and hillary clinton's newly discovered batch of emails. we have the la f
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breaking right now -- new information just into the newsroom about the shooting that happened right out of the district 6 police station last week.reckless homicide charges just came down against this
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according to the criminal complaint -- drescher went to the police station on 27th and oklahoma to sell a shotgun to someone he'd met on craigslist. the victim was not the person drescher was planning to sell the gun to.according to the complaint -- and reports from both drescher and another witness, the victim, reed carlsen, approached drescher. drescher says that's when he pulled the gun he had planned to sell -- when carlsen continued to walk towards him -- drescher shot him three times.drescher says he was worried carlsen was the drescher walked into the police station and turned himself in.we'll have much more on this story coming up later today on today's t-m-j-4. beyond wisconsin... as school gets back underway... a federal judge in texas is blocking the obama administration's directive on transgender bathrooms.the administration is directing public schools to allow transgender access to the restroom of their choice.but the texas judge granted a temporary... nationwide injunction against the policy.
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federal agencies are not allowed to take action against schools that don't follow policy. in california many students will miss their second day of school because of a new mandatory vaccine law. a school district in oakland says they turned away hundreds of students who failed to meet the state's new immunization requirements... which requires children to have up to date vaccinations. before the law.. parents with personal beliefs against vaccines... could opt out...the district is working with clinics to help families get immunized as possible. in los angeles... the city council is declaring tomorrow.... "kobe bryant day." bryant retired last season.... scoring 60 points in his final game. he will also be recognized for his philanthropy. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and absolutely beautiful with highs in near 80, low
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southerly breeze at 10-15 mph. it was the pick day of the week. this morning is mostly clear and pleasant once again with lows near 60 and a little more humid. today remains mostly sunny will be warmer and a little more humid with highs near 82. scattered showers return late tonight with lows in the upper 60s and higher humidity. the ac will need to be turned back
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wednesday morning is rainy with t'showers likely, then the rest of the day is mostly cloudy and steamy with highs near 80, and a breezy sw wind. thursday is mostly sunny and less humid with and friday is another perfect day with sunshine, low humidity and highs in the could be another pick day (yes 2 in one week). the weekend looks to be partly
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isolated afternoon showers on saturday, and a better chance for t'showers on sunday. decision 2016.donald trump outlines a shift on
6:20 am was a day of change and setbacks for both campaigns.nbc news correspondent edward lawrence is here to explain. nicole.mcmanusnewsncdcam@nbc donald trump says he will enforce the laws already on the books.. walking back his promise to deport all 11 million illegal immigrants immeel (akron, ohio :00-:07)donald trump looks to revamp his immigration plan.. but part of it won't change.(trump nat sot, "we're gonna build the wall, folks, we're gonna build it." :08-:11)his campaign manager signaled trump will soften on deporting an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in this country already.trump now says he would separate illegal immigrants into two categories. the, quote, "bad
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process of existing immigration laws(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate :31-:40) "hillary clinton's plan amounts to total and absolute, total open borders. open borders."("jimmy kimmel live/ abc") super burned inmeanwhile hillary clinton took time off from campaigning for an appearance on jimmy kimmel.("jimmy kimmel live/ abc") super burned in {jimmy kimme}"have you considered using facetime instead of email?"{wip} (sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate :50-:53) campaign is not laughingas another 15,000 clinton emails were released by conservative watchdog judicial watch...emails that were deleted from her server but recovered by the f-b-i (sot: tom fitton/ president, judicial watch 1:04-1:12)"some of them were government records, some of them may have been classified. it raises questions about how these massive deletions of records took place at all"they outline how big donors to the clinton foundation got access to clinton when she was secretary of state through her top aide, huma abedin. some of the emails outline
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deputy chief of staff. the donors did not always get what they asked for, but they all got access.edward lawrence nbc news up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --if you're job hunt has gone cold... you'll want to keep it right here. we'll tell you two places
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looking ahead at what's going in milwaukee today. milwaukee po a vacant poistions.... with a meet and greet. they're holding an open house from four until eight tonight at the district three station. they're looking to fill 30 spots in their emergency communitation department. you could be on the court for the up coming buck's season... as a dancer. the team is holding try-outs tonight... starting at 6 p-m at the bradley center. registration begins at 5- up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --what police are doing to try to find one of the vandals who torched a business during the sherman
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a close look at. also-- stretched thin. these volunteers are there when disaster strikes. how their work is helping others across the country... and the local call for support.
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now at 6:30-- not giving up on finding the suspects involved in the violence in sherman park. the picture police want you to see. what they claim the suspect did... and the reward being offered for information that leads to his arrest. then -- they're job is to be there for people when during a time of need.but now they're in need of your help.... what you can do to lend a hand. and taking a outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and absolutely beautiful with
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humidity, a sunny sky, and a southerly breeze at 10-15 mph. it was the pick day of the week. this morning is mostly clear and pleasant once again with lows near 60 and a little more humid. today remains mostly sunny and nice, but it will be warmer and a little more highs near showers tonight with upper 60s and humidity. the to be turned
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happening now:milwaukee police and federal investigators are asking for help finding a suspect in the arson of a liquor store during the violence in sherman pete zervakis is live with details on the suspect... and the reward being offered. that liquor store was looted and burned. released the photo of a suspect wanted in connection with the damage and violence. take a look and see if you recognize him. this surveillance photo was taken inside m-j-m liquor on fond du lac avenue... just north of north avenue... early on the morning of august 14th. again - that liquor store was burned and looted during the violence in sherman park that weekend. if you recognize this man...
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the a-t-f. anyone who provides information leading to an arrest and convinction in connection with the fires in sherman park... is elligible for a 10-thousand dollar reward, according to the a-t-f. live in sherman park...pz... tmj4. the enforcement of the 10 p-m emergency curfew in the city of milwaukee has been lifted. but teens 17 and younger, are still required to be home by ten during summer mo. things have stablized in the sherman park area and i want to give incredible kudos to the police department -- the religious goups, the neighborhood groups but most of all to the residents of sherman park who've really stepped up and said that hey, this is our neighborhood and we want this to be a good neighborhood, its been an response.the sheriff's department is still closing sherman park at six pm--. wisconsin governor scott walker says national guard is
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of the violence in sherman park. but he is ready to put them on standby again if needed. obviously if there was a need to arise to come back, i don't anticipate that. my hope would be that i would never have to call them up again for that, but we're at their disposal if there were another similar occurance for what happened last weekend. you'll find our coverage of the healing in sherman park on our website, t-m-j four dot the milwaukee county to the drug fentanyl are up almost 200 percent from last year.they just sent out that tweet recently.fentanyl is the drug on which prince overdosed. the star tribune reports bottles of fentanyl found in prince's home were mislabeled. they were marked as hydrocodone. the paper also quoted a source who said the singer did not have a prescription for fentanyl. happening right now --
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louisiana today -- after catastrophic floods kill 13 people.the flooding damaged more than 60-thousand homes. the president came under fire for not coming sooner -- he was vacationing on martha's vineyard, but louisiana's governor says he told the president to wait to come. fema just opened some make shift offices in louisiana on monday -- many waiting in a long line to apply for federal assistance.the red cross calling the floods here the country's worst disaster since superstorm sandy four years ago. about 28-hundred people are still in shelters this morning -- the red cross stretched to the limit between the help it's providing in louisiana and the aid they're providing to those hit by the wildfires burning out west.our ann sterling is in sheboygan -- to tell us more on how you can help the red cross, ann? the american red cross is stretched thin right now. as flooding and wildfires continue to destroy parts of the country, the red cross in
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volunteers to help - as they often do... but right now the red cross is in need of some help of their own. here's a break down of the numbers.50 trained red cross responders have been sent out to help in louisiana. thirteen people have died in the flooding there and about 60 thousand homes have been damaged. 10 volunteers are waking up in california assisting with the wildfires. hundreds of square miles in california have been overcome by wildfires part fueled by a prolonged drought.35 volunteers are waking up right here in sheboygan this morning helping the families that lost everything. these families are now relying on the red cross for food shelter and clothes. right now, the red cross is asking for people to volunteer their time, donate blood, and give money.
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that's fighting terrorism. then... a long time mayor is winning the hearts of his voters.his political platform that focuses more on being cute... than the big issues. and taking a live look
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yesterday was sunny and absolutely beautiful with highs in near 80, low humidity, a sunny sky, and a southerly breeze at 10-15 mph. it was the pick day of the week. this morning is mostly clear and pleasant once again with lows more humid. today remains mostly sunny and nice, but it will be warmer and a little more humid with highs near 82. scattered showers return late tonight with lows in the upper 60s and higher humidity. the ac will need to be turned back
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check this outa billboard in arizona catching the attention of drivers.the group that placed it there says they want people to know that islam means peace.the group says it's meant to show that the terrorist group isis actually goes against islam. "so it's kind of good to separate the two and be like 'hey isis you suck' from actual muslims because what isis pursues and the things that isis stands for, it actually isn't in our religion at all." the billboard the group responsible hopes more will turn up in cities around the u- he may be the nation's most loved mayor -- and he just won his re-election bid. meet duke...and yes...he is actually the mayor of this small town in minnesota.the nine-year-old great pyreneeswas first elected mayor of cormorant three years ago with a write-in vote.but it looks like the town's residents are pretty pleased with duke's leadership.he didn't have any challengers during the election over the
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"i don't know who would run against him because he's done such great things for the community." duke will be up for re-election next year as well -- for his fourth consecutive term. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4helping kids with their homework is putting parents to the test. then -- it's an expensive injury that can ca what parents should be aware of if their kids are playing certain sports. honey nut cheerios ...get their delicious taste from real, honest ingredients. real oats. that's a big bowl. real honey. yeah, honey.
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happening right now... interesting
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just out about women who are victims of domestic violence and brain new this morning there is now mounting evidence that debilitating brain injuries from repeated blows to the head can happen not just in football -- but to women who are abused.especially if those injuries go untreated.that makes women who are survivors of physical violence more vulnerable to problems with thinking, mood and behavior. new data suggusts -- domestic assaults could cause traumatic brain injuries in at least 60 percent of survivors. this morning advocaar impaired they can't manage their jobs or their lives -- now some are calling for brain injury tests during domestic violence another sign that school is starting.... many kids are hitting the field for the upcoming sports season.but... what happens if your child takes a hard hit on the field and is diagnosed with a if the concussion is bad enough... you could be looking at expensive trips to the doctor.. even with insurance. parents can be proactive in spotting concussion symptoms. if your child is suffering from memory loss or
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contact sport... experts say you should get them to a doctor as soon as if you feel bad about having to look up answers to your kid's homework... don't... because others are doing it too. a new survey reveals a majority of parents need a little help finding answers to homework questions. according to the sylvan learning survey... 55 percent of parents frequently look up answers to math or science homework questions without telling their children.the survey also found 79 percent of pa engines to find the now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter.
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in this morning's health news.... health officials in miami are worried about the spread of zika...especially now that school is back in session.more than four-thousand students in miami go to school in a so-called zika school. health experts are telling people to wear long sleeves... pants... and put on lots of mosquito repellent.congress has yet to pass a bipartisan bill to combat zika. president obama had requested one-point-nine-
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february...that has since an investigation into a hepatitis-a outbreak in hawaii is linked to raw scallops.over two hundred people have now been diagnosed with hepatitis-a throug out the u-s..the source was narrowed down after several customers at the same restaurant chain became sick. the raw bay scallops were distributed to california, hawaii and nevada. wells fargo is in hot water this morning after the some of its student loan borrowers.. according to federal investigators, wells fargo charged the late fees to customers who made payments on the last day of their grace part of a penalty... wells fargo must pay 3-point-6- million-dollars to the consumer financial protection agency.the bank must also set aside 410-thousand-dollars to refund customers hit with the illegal fees. it's never too early to get a jump on your kid's christmas wish list. sony is planning to reveal two new playstation
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company is showing off a new standard version of the current p-s-4 console... alongside an upgraded high-end is trying to hold it's spot at the top with it's top-selling video game consoles the company hopes to attract both hardcore fans and casual users. still ahead on live at daybreak-- a final check of your weather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you head out the door.including... breaking olympic news this morning: the country that ?won't be represented ?paralympics in rio next month. let's take a look at tonight's prime time 6-30 it's the now: milwaukeeat 7-- it's a two hour episode of america's got talent. at 9 it's the premiere of "better late than never" and your
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis... he's live in the sherman park neighborhood with what's happening there today. feeding america is partnering with the boys and girls club here on sherman... to hand out free food to neighbors in it's an effort to reach out to the community... and help the people of sherman park heal following the violence of a couple weeks ago. an estimated 10-thousand pounds of food - including fresh produce - will
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families... who will receive food based on a first come first serve basis. the residents of sherman park can stop by here from 1 to 3 pm today to receive the food. and feeding america says there is a good and good behavior. according to international environmental public children who hungry are to be violent - both as adults. sherman tmj4. breaking this morning: a milwaukee man-- now charged for a deadly shooting outside milwaukee police district six on the south side. we're told randall drescher went to that location to sell a shot gun to someone he met on craigslist. we the person involved in the transaction, but another man who approached during the also breaking right now: russian paralympic athletes will ?not be competing in rio this year. the paralympic games run from september 7th through the 18th. the ban is happening as punishment for a state-backed doping president obama visits baton rouge, louisiana today... a community devastated by deadly flooding. the white house says the president wants to get a look at the damage-- and
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with recovery. some republicans criticized the president for not coming sooner. louisiana's governor says he wanted the president's visit delayed to keep first
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see you in 25 minutes for your next check on weather and
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good morning. pay for play. donald trump asks for a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton after a watchdog group accuses of her of giving clinton foundation owners special access when she was secretary of state. >> i've become increasingly shocked by the vast scope of hillary clinton's crimality. on late night, clinton laughed off trump's unfounded claims that she's in failing health. >> it's part of the wacky strategy. just say all these crazy things and maybe you can get some people to believe you. deadly encounter. a north carolina trooper shoots and kills a deaf driver. after a traffic stop turns into


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