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a final goodbye this sunday morning.. for two nuns killed in mississippi earlier this week..one with deep ties to wisconsin.plus... a helping hand for half a dozen people displaced by a devastating fire this weekend.and... sparking change.. we'll tell you about an event aimed at giving you a voice to stop the violence in our city.that's all ahead on live at daybreak. good sunday morning to you at five o'clock... i'm julia fello.and i'm brian niznansky.
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make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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new this morning-milwaukee police are working to find out who shot a 30-year-old man to death in the city's harambee neighborhood.the man was shot last night near palmer and wright.the victim died at the scene despite life saving efforts by made by police and hospital after being shot on the city's north side early this morning.the shooting happened at 34th and silver spring drive just before one o'clock.police say the man was taken to froedtert hospital where he's in stable a wake will be held today in mississippi for the two nuns found murdered inside their home thursday.one of the victims was sister margaret held of the school sisters of saint francis.police say the
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they were the most beautiful women that have ever drawn a breath into their bodies. they were totally giving of themselves to everyone. the county the county sheriff says the suspect in the case.. rodney sanders.. confessed to the murders but didn't give a reason.investigators have said robbery may be the motive. two families continue to grieve over the loss of their children following a single-car crash friday night near 35th and keefe.two teenagers.. latrey hale and demetrius batchelor died. latrey's mother says the boys were coming home from playing basketball. they were doing what they love to do best and that is playing basketball the two the two others involved remain in the hospital. the red cross is helping half-a-dozen people this morning.. after a fire tore through their apartment complex.the fire broke out at an apartment complex at 15th and orchard.milwaukee firefighters had to call for
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nobody was hurt.. but the six people are displaced. the red cross is also helping two people in fond du lac ... where a fire broke out yesterday morning.the fire caused significant damage to the home on east second street. the victims were treated for smoke inhalation.the cause is still under investigation. three burglary charges have been filed against a man arrested in the violence in sherman park.darius saxon is charged with crimes at the autoparts and jet beauty. federal investigators are continuing to offer a reward for information leading to arrests and convictions in connection with the violence in sherman park two weeks ago. "heal the hood" fest continues today at the parklawn y-m-c-a. the goal is for kids in milwaukee to speak up to stop violence in their neighborhood. they acknowledge change won't happen overnight.. but it's a
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they never forget what happened here at heal the hood. we hope it inspirers them and empowers them to be better and to do better." heal the hood starts at noon. kids in waukesha county are hosting a pool party to help their peers in sherman park. all proceeds from the party will go to the mary ryan boys and girls club which serves about 200 kids every day.the party will be held tonight from six to 10 at the westmoor country ub admission is 20 dollars. emergency landing.. why one group of passengers are lucky to be alive.and coming up on live at daybreak:we'll tell you why dozens of animals have made the trek from louisiana
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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people in italy continue to mourn the loss of those killed in the devastating earthquake that struck parts of the country last week.one central italy town bid farewell to 35 of the 291 people confirmed dead so far.italy observed a day of national mourning yesterday by placing flags at half-staff. two firefighters are dead and
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crash in minnesota.officials say crew of nine were responding to a fire in box canyon.investigators say the truck left the roadway for an unknown reason and struck a median.the five other firefighters are expected to survive. southwest airlines and the national transportation safety board are investigating after a plane's engine failed mid-flight.the plane was flying from new orleans to orlando.. but had to make an emergency landing in pensacola. the pilot and crew tried to keep everyone feared the worst "i thought it was a terrorist attack because it was that loud explosion and everyone started freaking out and screaming.""we're definitely grateful that we were so safe and watched over and that we had good pilots."officials say the aircraft was punctured by debris.no one was injured. two sinkholes have forced two southbound lanes of the florida turnpike to close.the highway patrol says a broken
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sinkholes.there's no word on when the turnpike may be repaired and reopened. it is now on this sunday morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak... including an event made just for you and your four-legged friend.plus.. quick action.. why people in turkey are thinking rescue crews this morning.muggy has been the theme this summer and today is no different...me teorologist brian niznansky shares when the humidity breaks later this week in your
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
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live look at our marquette cam..brian niznansky will have your forecast in just a few moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.a festival dedicated to canines and cold ones continues today.bark 'n brew will take over hart park in wauwatosa from noon until five.this is a rain or shine event. dogs must be on a leash
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mexican fiesta will wrap up later today on the summerfest grounds.that runs from noon until midnight.you can save five dollars on tickets from noon until two today.kids eight and under are free with an adult. the meijer grocery store in wauwatosa is welcoming marquette students to meijer mania later today.this in-store back to college event runs from one to four.there will be music, a photo booth, and food sampling. widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees. expect fog
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overnight tonight, with dense fog an issue for monday morning's commute.warm and humid conditions continue on monday. highs should climb into the 80s, and when you factor in the high humidity, it will feel closer to 90 degrees by monday afternoon. our next chance of storms will be with a cold front on tuesday. a refreshing air mass awaits behind the cold front on thursday, and friday will be in the 70s with low humidity. summer is not over yet, as it looks like we'll get another surge of warm and humid air for the upcoming labor day
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dozens of cats and dogs are at a shelter in chicago after being rescued from flooding in louisiana.all of the animals will receive complete medical care.after that.. they'll be available for adoption.a woman with the shelter describes the devastation from the floods. "we did speak yo one woman
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to be rescued. we spoke to another woman who has been so busy with the rescue efforts that she hasn't been home in a week."paws for chicago is currently looking for people to open their homes to foster the animals. flooding continues to block off streets in kansas city. look at this video.. you can see cars stalled in the middle of the street.a flash flood warning expired for parts of the state yesterday.there were 10 incidents in which people had to be rescueom and homes due to the flooding. a nearly two-hour long downpour forces drivers out of their cars in turkey.a flash flood submerged an underpass in the turkish capital.one driver said the underpass flooded all of a sudden... rising quickly from a few inches to roof-high water.some people barely got out of their cars in time.but everyone escaped, including some children. people in indiana are
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from storms in indianapolis. strong winds took down several trees.thousands were left without power following the storms.one man gave his count of what happened. "we were sleeping and we heard the the power went out and we heard a brief period of heavy hail and after that, we heard what i can only describe as the house groaning..and i believe at that point the tree was settling on the house." some schools some schools had to cancel classes friday because of the power outages. still ahead.. one brewers player is celebrating his first career hit.. but was it enough to beat the pirates?rod burks has highlights.plus.. why one n-f-l player is taking a stand by staying seated. that's still ahead on live at
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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good morning everyone.i'm rod burks for day break sports on this sunday.last night the brewers werelooking for first win in their series against the pirates at miller park.we pick things up in the bottom of the first inning.big game for "er-nan perez"he send this ball out of the park to deep left centerfor a 3 run shot that the home team up 3 to 1. see-ah with rbisingle that scores to leftwhich scores da-mingo santana.... 4 to 1 brewers. it was perez with his second homerun of the game that's solo shot that put the crew up 5 to 1.the pirates would score 5 runs in the 4th innings.josh harrison got things going when he drives one left...one run crosses the plateryan braun's throw isof the mark scoring another run,\making it 5 to 4 .andrew mccutchen would cap things off with this single driving in a run..now it's6 to 5.but the brewers tie things
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cravy with his first homerun of the seasontieing this one up 6 all.6th inning gregory "pa-lanco"would hurt the crew with this 3--run double that bring home three runs.pirates win the game 9 to 6....the news is not good involving cowboys star quarterback tony romo, who was knockedout of of the cowboys game agaisnt the seahawks.dallas head coach jason garrettannoucned today that he suffered a broken bone in his backwhen he took of from the pocket on this run. carrett didn't give a timetable on a possible return for rommo..but espn is reporting thathe could be out 6 to 10weeks.the brewers the against the piratesthis afternoon.and the green bay packershave no practice today. that's your day break sports have a great day everyone
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quarterback colin kaepernick is making headlines.. but not for what he did in friday night's game against the packers.kaepernick decided to stay seated during the national anthem.he told reporters after the game quote "i am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." the move has received criticism. "he sounds like he's committed but now he's got to understand, if he's going to take a stance like this, he has got to ride this the whole way." requiring players to stand during the national anthem. packers extra.. the green and gold won't practice today.. but they'll be back on the field later this week to prepare for the preseason finale against the kansas city chiefs.that game can be seen right here on today's t-m-j-4. kickoff is scheduled for seven o'clock on thursday. police give an update on the murder of dwayne wade's cousin.. what she was doing
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plus.. the latest on a ruling involving wisconsin's voter i-d law and how it will affect you come november. here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up.at six o'clock is the timeline.then at seven is n-f-l preseason action between the cincinnati bengals and jacksonville jaguars.then more local news
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happy sunday morning. i'm julia fello. it's 5-30. we'll
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a wake will be held today in mississippi for the two nuns found murdered in their home thursday.one of the victims was sister margaret held of the school sisters of saint francis.police say the two nuns were stabbed to death. the red cross is helping six people this morning after a fire tore through their apartment complex.milwaukee firefighters had to call in extra help near 15th and orchard to put the fire out. thankfully, no one was hurt. two families grieve over the loss of their children following a single-car crash friday night near 35th and keefe.two teenagers.. latrey hale and demetrius batchelor were ejected from the car and later died. two others involved remain in the hospital. fog is a huge issue on the roads this morning. meteorologist brian niznansky shows us where the fog is worst right now in a check of your weather.taking a live look outside now....
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across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees.
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chicago police say the cousin of n-b-a star dwayne wade was on her way to register her kids for school when she was shot and killed friday.dwyane wade's mother-- pastor jolinda wade-- spoke out for the family with nykea aldridge's mother by her side. "this is actually the second child she has lost to gun violence, so it's really a heavy thing with her right now because we don't understand it no arrests have been made in the mother of four's murder. more local news now.. a federal appeals court has refused to reconsider a pair of rulings affecting wisconsin's voter i-d law.this means no changes will likely be made to the requirement before the november election. the u-s circuit court of appeals unanimously declined to have judges hear two recent
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donald trump is again addressing his plans for immigration.trump attended a roast and ride barbecue fundraiser event in des moines, iowa last night.the republican presidential nominee said he wants to tighten immigration practices in the u-s.one of the things trump is suggesting to tighten borders is an exit-entry system to ensure those who overstay their visas are quote "removed quickly." democratic vice nominee and senator tim kaine is defending his running mate hillary clinton following comments trump made earlier this week.kaine says he was stunned to hear trump refer to clinton as a bigot.while speaking to a group of students at florida a-and-m.. kaine said trump's values are not american values. it is now on this saturday morning.much more still to come on live at daybreak including a woman's effort to return a priceless gift to
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will join the ranks of those like madonna and whitney
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin.
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out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees.
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brought you last weekend.a woman who found letters from a world war two soldier was able to find the family and return the priceless items.tiffany pelt has the story (nats)it all started ... on a rainy day...(nats)in this old run down shed ...(nats)"wow" ... unexpectedly filled with hidden treasure...(nats)"wow" samantha pimentel had just uncovered more than 50 handwritten letters to and from a soldier killed in world war two. (nats)"otha e. sims of nolanville."the treasure had been found... but the hunt... was just beginning. (sot: letters)"i just want to get it back to the person it goes to. "it didn't take long... (nats) "ah! he's here ?nats of clapping?"and in less than a week ... the search for his family was over.(nats)"hi! ?hugging each other?"otha's brothers and sisters are all gone...and only a handful of nieces and nephews are still alive... even fewer who had a chance to meet this soldier. (sot: grover dixon, nephew)
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actually know him, and she's gone now. "grover dixon was only a child when his uncle left for war... only to return ... draped in this...(nats) "they said that would be his flag. "... it was another gem that had been forgotten inside the shed. (nats)"oh wow"and then the very thing he had come for... (nats)"these are letters i didn't know existed." grover held the aged letters written to and from his uncle otha.(nats)"this is evidently before he shipped out." amazed... he carefully flipped through the envelopes... curious about the memories folded inside. dixon, nephew)"we're going to have a fine time going through these."but the surprises kept coming...(nats)"there's me! ?laughing?"with albums of photos...some dating back to 1910.(nats)"shoes? i don't know."and decades old items. (nats)"wow. quite a treasure." what samantha had returned... was priceless... (nats)"it just made me really happy."and rich in history.(sot: samantha pimentel, found letters)"it shows freedom and hope and love and family."so what started out as a rainy day ...
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(nats)"its the link that keeps us all together."but perhaps it was never hidden at all... (nats)"thank you so much for finding me."just waiting to be found by the right person. tiffany pelt reporting.the letters are bringing together grover's family.he says he's cousins to go through and distribute all the photos and coming up on live at daybreak: we'll show you video of some very unusual burglars.. what they're wearing may make you laugh.still ahead.. people in walworth county have a new spot to flock to.. we'll tell you what makes this place so unique. here are your winning lottery
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across the entire ford lineup, plus specially tagged vehicles get a thousand smart bonus. video of a recent burglary in canada is raising eyebrows. these burglars weren't dressed in all black though..they were dressed in hockey gear.you can see one of the men even had a goalie sports-fan bandits took off with several cases of beer. this video has been posted on youtube in hopes of catching the thieves. people in tennessee can now drive around with country music icon dolly parton.. literally.pre-orders for this special license plate featuring the singer are being
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which provides free books to kids five and under.the license plate costs 35 dollars.. but it's only available for vehicles registered in the state. lifetime is about to hit britney spears fans one more time with one of its made for with one of its made for t-v movies.the movie titled "britney" will focus on past troubles and her current success.spears now joins the ranks of whitney houston and madonna who have all had similar movies.it's expected to premiere on the network in 20-17.
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across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees. expect fog to develop once again overnight tonight, with dense fog an issue for monday morning's commute.warm and monday. highs should climb into the 80s, and when you factor in the high humidity, it will feel closer to 90 degrees by monday afternoon. our next chance of storms will be with a cold front on tuesday. a refreshing air mass awaits behind the cold front on wednesday. highs wednesday, thursday, and friday will be in the 70s with low humidity. summer is not over yet, as it looks like we'll get another surge of warm and humid air for the upcoming labor day
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now to the journey for a group of young gymnasts ... who got a second chance... after a tornado appeared to put their dreams on hold.instead, it taught them lifetime.gabe gutierrez reports. (nats)for sheridan ramsey...strength...is a balancing act.sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) strength is getting through something that you thought you couldn't get through."she's among the 50 young gymnasts at tulsa's aim high academy...whose strength last year...was tested.nat of tornado sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) "when the tornado hit, that was the scariest part cause it sounded like thunder hit the building.
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gym's founder...sot: (jennifer patterson/founder and executive director of aim high academy) "my first thought was the kids are safe."...credited with saving the children's lives...by huddling them in the basement...minutes before the storm roared through. firefighters swooped in...carrying the terrified girls to safety...one by one. nats of her hugging child: 12;18;02;06 " it is sad. but you know what? we're gonna be bigger and better than ever aren't we?"(nats)but since then...with no permanent struggle.the future of the gym...up in the air.the girls...told replacing the building...could take four years.sot: (jennifer patterson/founder and executive director of aim high academy) i'm thinking some of these girls may not ever get to experience that if it takes that long. (gabe) " it seems like forever (jennifer) "it seems like forever." (nats of girls getting on bus)so on this day...as the students are bused to what ?they? think is a birthday party...at an established studio in town... (nats)they have ?no idea?...that a local businessman ..(nats)with a ?one million dollar? donation...will now allow them to ?keep? this gym...for themselves.(nats - let moment play out)the moment it dawns on sheridan ramsey and her friends...(nats - let moment play out)...means more than any medal. sot: (jennifer
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academy) 18;55;03;07 (cover) (cover) "they never lost hope. and when you have faith in something that is bigger than yourself, that miracles can happen."sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) "it has definitely made me love the sport even more because now that i know, like i am stronger than a tornado."a lesson learned off the mat...that sometimes the most powerful type of strength... ...is resilience.gabe gutierrez, nbc news, tulsa, oklahoma. 24 people from wisconsin have been convicted of exceeding their daily limit of catching walleye on lake erie. officers say they seized more than 500 pounds of walleye meat after finding that the fish had been cut up to disguise how many had been kept.wildlife officers say they were acting on several tips public. people have been flocking to a new zoo in walworth county on
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safari lake geneva takes visitors on an hour ride through the jungle, where unlike other zoo experiences, these animals roam free. so instead of the animals being segregated into a somewhat small separate area, the guests would be caged so to speak." but i've never been that close to an ostrich. i've never been that close to a llama or an alpaca or anything like that so." visitors are allowed to pet and feed any animals that approach the tractor-pulled wagon that takes them through the 75-acre property. it will be open through october 31st. reservations must be made online. no-walk-ups will be allowed. still ahead on live at daybreak:a heart-warming gesture from one group of strangers to another.. we'll tell you why this story is
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing
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eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees. a simple a simple gesture and a heart-warming story... after an autistic boy had a meltdown in a missouri restaurant... the boy's family was surprised by an anonymous act of kindness.michelle london has the story.
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same... for cynthia the same... will never be the same... for cynthia tipton.s/ cynthia tipton / mother of autistic boy :07-:11"it was a restaurant we've been to before, my son does very well there."thursday night tipton and her family had just finished eating at their table, when things took an unexpected turn....s/ cynthia tipton / mother of autistic boy :18-:25"my daughter had very innocently been teasing him just like brothers and sisters do and... he got embarrassed."for tipton's 10 year-old-son, noland, that embarrassment lead to a full meltdownyn mother of autistic boy :32-:37 "so very loud crying, more like a screaming cry which is what he does."noland has autism, and meltdowns are fairly common - s/ cynthia tipton / mother of autistic boy :42-:47"i just kind of... knelt down next to his chair, i was rubbing his back, i was whispering in his ear saying it's ok."which seemed to do the trick... in a couple of minutes... tipton says her son was smiling and laughing again..at the time, tipton was just grateful she wasn't getting any dirty looks... but
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completely unexpected.s/ cynthia tipton / mother of autistic boy 1:03-1:08"when we went to ask for our bill, we were told that another family had paid for us."s/ amy nelson/ server, bandana's bbq 1:08-1:12"i told them well, if you want to pay their bill, we could do it however you want.. that's fine."amy nelson was asked by the family she had been serving to give tipton this note as they tiptoed out of the restaurant.it reads, in
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a final goodbye this sunday morning.. for two nuns killed in mississippi earlier this week..one with deep ties to wisconsin.wisconsin.plus... a helping hand for half a dozen people displaced by a devastating fire this weekend. and... sparking change.. we'll tell you about an event aimed the violence in our city. that's all ahead on live at daybreak. good sunday morning to you at five oclock! i'm julia fello. if you're headed out early, drive careful.we are under a dense fog advisory.taking a live look outside...
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make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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new this morning-milwaukee police are working to find out who shot a 30-year-old man to death in the city's harambee neighborhood.the man was shot last night near palmer and wright.the victim died at the scene despite life saving efforts by made by police and firefighters. also new.. a man is in the hospital r this morning.the shooting happened at 34th and silver spring drive just before one o'clock.police say the man was taken to froedtert hospital where he's in stable condition. a wake will be held today in mississippi for the two nuns found murdered inside their home thursday.one of the victims was sister margaret held of the school sisters of saint francis.police say the two nuns were stabbed to death. they were the most beautiful women that have ever drawn a
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were totally giving of themselves to everyone. the county sheriff says the suspect in the case.. rodney sanders.. confessed to the murders but didn't give a reason.investigators have said robbery may be the motive. two families continue to grieve over the loss of their children following a single-car crash friday night near 35th and keefe.two teenagers.. latrey hale and demetrius batchelor were ejected from the car died. latrey's mother says the boys were coming home from playing basketball. they were doing what they best and that is playing basketball the two others involved remain in the hospital. the red cross is helping half-a-dozen people this morning.. after a fire tore through their apartment complex.the fire broke out at an apartment complex at 15th and orchard.milwaukee firefighters had to call for more help to put the fire out.
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people are displaced. the red cross is also helping two people in fond du lac ... where a fire broke out yesterday morning.the fire caused significant damage to the home on east second street. the victims were treated for smoke inhalation.the cause is still under investigation. three burglary charges have been filed against a man arrested in the violence in sherman park.darius saxon is charged with crimes at the metro p-c-s, o'reilly's autopartd federal investigators are continuing to offer a reward for information leading to arrests and convictions in connection with the violence in sherman park two weeks ago. "heal the hood" fest continues today at the parklawn y-m-c-a. the goal is for kids in milwaukee to speak up to stop violence in their neighborhood. they acknowledge change won't happen overnight.. but it's a positive way to start. "a month from now we hope
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happened here at heal the hood. we hope it inspirers them and empowers them to be better and to do better." heal the hood starts at noon. kids in waukesha county are hosting a pool party to help their peers in sherman park. all proceeds from the party will go to the mary ryan boys and girls club which serves about 200 kids every day.the party will be held tonight from six to 10 at the westmoor country club in waukesha. admission is emergency landing.. why one group of passengers are lucky to be alive.and coming up on live at daybreak:we'll tell you why dozens of animals have made the trek from louisiana
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees.
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mourn the loss of those killed in the devastating earthquake that struck parts of the country last week.one central italy town bid farewell to 35 of the 291 people confirmed dead so far.italy observed a day of national mourning yesterday by placing flags at half-staff. two firefighters are dead and several are injured after a crash in minnesota.officials say crew of nine were responding to a fire in box canyon.the department of tror left the roadway for an unknown reason and struck a median.minnesota state police say the five other firefighters are expected to survive but there exact conditions are unknown. southwest airlines and the national transportation safety board are investigating after a plane's engine failed mid-flight.the plane was flying from new orleans to orlando.. but had to make an emergency landing in pensacola. the pilot and crew tried to keep everyone calm.passengers
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"i thought it was a terrorist attack because it was that loud explosion and everyone started freaking out and screaming.""we're definitely grateful that we were so safe and watched over and that we had good pilots."officials say the aircraft was punctured by debris.no one was injured. divers in new orleans are searching for two missing men -- after their plane crashed into a lake.authorities say three people plane into lake ponch-a-train near the new orleans airport. one woman was rescued and taken to the hospital in unknown condition two sinkholes have forced two southbound lanes of the florida turnpike to close.the highway patrol says a broken water line caused the sinkholes.there's no word on when the turnpike may be repaired and reopened. it is now on this sunday
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your four-legged friend.plus.. quick action.. why people in turkey are thanking rescue crews this morning.muggy has been the theme this summer and today is no different...me teorologist brian niznansky shares when the humidity breaks later this week in your
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brian niznansky will have your forecast in just a few moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.a festival dedicated to canined ones continues today.bark 'n brew will take over hart park in wauwatosa from noon until five.this is a rain or shine event. dogs must be on a leash and be current with vaccines. mexican fiesta will wrap up later today on the summerfest grounds.that runs from noon until midnight.you can save five dollars on tickets from noon until two today.kids eight and under are free with
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the meijer grocery store in wauwatosa is welcoming marquette students to meijer mania later today.this in-store back to college event runs from one to four.there will be music, a photo booth, games, contests and food widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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overnight tonight, with dense fog an issue for monday morning's commute.warm and humid conditions continue on monday. highs should climb into the 80s, and when you factor in the high humidity, it will feel closer to 90 degrees by monday afternoon. our next chance of storms will be with a cold front on tuesday. a refreshing air mass awaits behind the cold front on wednesday. highs wednesday, in the 70s with low humidity. summer is not over yet, as it looks like we'll get another surge of warm and humid air for the upcoming labor day
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dozens of cats and dogs are at a shelter in chicago after being rescued from flooding in louisiana.all of the animals will receive complete medical care.after that.. they'll be available for adoption.a woman with the shelter describes the devastation from the floods. "we did speak yo one woman who had to put the animals on the roof of a shelter in order to be rescu busy with the rescue efforts that she hasn't been home in a week." paws for chicago is currently looking for people to open their homes to foster the animals. flooding continues to block off streets in kansas city. look at this video.. you can see cars stalled in the middle of the street.a flash flood warning expired for parts of the state yesterday.there were 10 incidents in which people
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and homes due to the flooding. a nearly two-hour long downpour forces drivers out of their cars in turkey.a flash flood submerged an underpass in the turkish capital.one driver said the underpass flooded all of a sudden... rising quickly from a few inches to roof-high water.some people barely got out of their cars in time.but everyone escaped, including some people in indiana are beginning to clean up damage from storms in strong winds took down several trees.thousands were left without power following the storms.one man gave his account of what happened. "we were sleeping and we heard the the power went out and we heard a brief period of heavy hail and after that, we heard what i can only describe as the house groaning..and i
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some schools had to cancel classes friday because of the power outages. the color purple "reigned" at the minnesota state fairgrounds this weekend. thousands of prince fans dressed in purple and celebrated his life. even the fair food was purple.for fans... it was a chance to come together and celebrate prince's life, music and legacy. "i'm just happy to have the chance to be here and celebrate with everybody and we can all come together as a community and just be happy" "everybody who has purple and they're passing somebody in each other people are happy." the company that manages elvis presley's graceland estate is offering guided tours through prince's "paisley park" beginning in october. still ahead.. one brewers player is celebrating his first career hit.. but was it enough to beat the pirates?rod
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why one n-f-l player is taking a stand by staying seated. that's still ahead on live at
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing
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eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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good morning everyone.i'm rod burks for day break sports on this sunday.last night the brewers werelooking for first win in their series against the pirates at miller park.we pick things up in the bottom of the first inning.big game for "er-nan perez"he send this ball out of the park to deep left centerfor a 3 run shot that putsthe home team up 3 to 1.orlando "ar-see-ah with rbi single that scores to left which scores da-mingo santana.... 4 to 1 brewers.in the third "inning" it wa perez with his second homerun of the game that's solo shot that put the crew up 5 to 1. the pirates would score 5 runs in the 4th innings.josh harrison got things going when he drives one left...one run crosses the plateryan braun's throw isof the mark scoring another run,\making it 5 to 4 .andrew mccutchen would cap things off with this single driving in a run..now it's6 to 5.but the brewers tie things up in the 4th inning tyler cravy with his first homerun of the seasontieing this one up 6 all.6th inning gregory "pa-lanco"would hurt the crew with this 3--run double that bring home three runs.pirates
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news is not good involving cowboys star quarterback tony romo, who was knockedout of of the cowboys game agaisnt the seahawks.dallas head coach jason garrettannoucned today that he suffered a broken bone in his backwhen he took of from the pocket on this run. carrett didn't give a timetable on a possible return for rommo..but espn is reporting thathe could be out 6 to 10weeks.the brewers will wrap up their series against the against the piratesthis afternoon.and the green bay packerspractice today.that's your day break sportsday everyone san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is making headlines.. but not for what he did in friday night's game against the packers.kaepernick decided to stay seated during the national anthem.he told reporters after the game quote "i am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." the move has received
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"he sounds like he's committed but now he's got to understand, if he's going to take a stance like this, he has got to ride this the whole way."the n-f-l has no policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem. packers extra.. and the green and gold won't practice today.. but they'll be back on the field later this week to prepare for the preseason finale against the kansas city chiefs.that game can be seen right here on today's t-m-j-4. kickoff is scheduled for o'clock on thursday. police give an update on the murder of dwayne wade's cousin.. what she was doing moments before she was killed. plus.. the latest on a ruling involving wisconsin's voter i-d law and how it will affect you come november. here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up.at six o'clock is the timeline.then at seven is n-f-l preseason action between the cincinnati bengals and jacksonville jaguars.then more local news
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good morning, i'm julia fello. we'll have a check of your forecast in just a moment a wake will be held today in mississippi for the two nuns found murdered in their home thursday.one of the victims was sister margaret held of the school sisters of saint francis.police say the two nuns were stabbed to death. the red cross is helping six people this morning after a fire tore through their apartment complex.milwaukee firefighters had to call in extra help nearh orchard to put the fire out. thankfully, no one was hurt. two families continue to grieve over the loss of their children following a single-car crash friday night near 35th and keefe.two teenagers.. latrey hale and demetrius batchelor were ejected from the car and later died. two others involved remain in the hospital. taking a live look outside now....
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across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be
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chicago police say the cousin of n-b-a star dwayne wade was on her way to register her kids for school when she was shot and killed friday.dwyane wade's mother-- pastor jolinda wade-- spoke out for the family with nykea aldridge's mother by her side. "this is actually the second child she has lost to gun violence, so it's really a heavy thing with her right now because we don't understand it but we're not going to ask god why." no arrests have been made in the mother of four's murder. the murder wade's cousin is now part of the presidential campaign. trump tweeted this yesterday , "dwyane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump!"
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expressing his condolences to the family. he spoke about the incident in iowa. the cousin of nba star dwyane wade a great guy, dwyane wade, was the victim of a tragic shooting in chicago. she was the mother of four and was killed while pushing her infant child in the stroller just waking down reetthe st shot.it breaks all of our hearts to see it, it's horrible, it's horrible. and it's only getting worse. this shouldn't happen in our country, this shouldn't democratic party vice- presidential candidate tim kaine said people should focus on wade's family, not politics. "the tweet isn't important. what's important is this horrible crime. i mean it, a woman and her child on the way to a store getting shot, it's
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ofcourse you need good leadership to focus on these issues. sympathy for the family is the thing we ought to be feeling." donald trump is again addressing his plans for immigration.trump attended a roast and ride barbecue fundraiser event in des moines, iowa last night.the republican presidential nominee said he wants to tighten immigration practices in the u-s.one of the things trump is suggesting to tighten bos system to ensure those who overstay their visas are quote "removed quickly." democratic vice presidential nominee and senator tim kaine is defending his running mate hillary clinton following comments trump made earlier this week.kaine says he was stunned to hear trump refer to clinton as a bigot.while speaking to a group of students at florida a-and-m.. kaine said trump's values are not american values.
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refused to reconsider a pair of rulings affecting wisconsin's voter i-d law.this means no changes will likely be made to the requirement before the november election. the u-s circuit court of appeals unanimously declined to have judges hear two recent rulings affecting the voter i-d requirement. it is now on this saturday morning.much more still to come on live at daybreak including a woman's effort to return a priceless gift to cote talking.. why britney spears will join the ranks of those like madonna and whitney
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widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your
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out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees. now to an update on a story we brought you last weekend.a woman who found letters from a world war two soldier was able to find the family and return the priceless items.tiffany
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(nats)it all started ... on a rainy day...(nats)in this old run down shed ...(nats)"wow" ... unexpectedly filled with hidden treasure...(nats)"wow" samantha pimentel had just uncovered more than 50 handwritten letters to and from a soldier killed in world war two. (nats)"otha e. sims of nolanville."the treasure had been found... but the hunt... was just beginning. (sot: samantha pimentel, found letters)"i just want to get it back to the person it goes to. "it didn't take long... clapping?"and in less than a week ... the search for his family was over.(nats)"hi! ?hugging each other?"otha's brothers and sisters are all gone...and only a handful of nieces and nephews are still alive... even fewer who had a chance to meet this soldier. (sot: grover dixon, nephew) "there are only two of us that actually know him, and she's gone now. "grover dixon was only a child when his uncle left for war... only to return ... draped in this...(nats) "they said that would be his flag. "... it was another gem that had been forgotten inside
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then the very thing he had come for... (nats)"these are letters i didn't know existed." grover held the aged letters written to and from his uncle otha.(nats)"this is evidently before he shipped out." amazed... he carefully flipped through the envelopes... curious about the memories folded inside.(sot: grover dixon, nephew)"we're going to have a fine time going through these."but the surprises kept coming...(nats)"there's me! ?laughing?"with albums of photos...some dating back to 1910.(nats)"shoes? i don't know."and decades old items. (nats). what samantha had returned... was priceless... (nats)"it just made me really happy."and rich in history.(sot: samantha pimentel, found letters)"it shows freedom and hope and love and family."so what started out as a rainy day ... in that old run down shed... they found a hidden treasure. (nats)"its the link that keeps us all together."but perhaps it was never hidden at all... (nats)"thank you so much for finding me."just waiting to be
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tiffany pelt reporting.the letters are bringing together grover's family.he says he's going to get together with his cousins to go through and distribute all the photos and items. coming up on live at daybreak: we'll show you video of some ve they're wearing may make you laugh.still ahead.. people in walworth county have a new spot to flock to.. we'll tell you what makes this place so unique. here are your winning lottery numbers. breaking news now..crews are on scene of a crews are on
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breaking news now..crews are on the scene of a house fire
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city's south side.there's no word on injuries or if anyone was home at the time. investigators are working to find a cause.we'll update you on this breaking news as more information becomes available. video of a recent burglary in canada is raising eyebrows. these burglars weren't dressed in all black though..they were dressed in hockey gear.you can see goalie stick.police say the sports-fan bandits took off with several cases of beer. this video has been posted on youtube in hopes of youtube in hopes of catching the thieves. people in tennessee can now drive around with country music icon dolly parton.. literally.pre-orders for this special license plate featuring the singer are being taken now.the plate promote's
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which provides free books to kids five and under.the license plate costs 35 dollars.. but it's only available for vehicles registered in the state. lifetime is about to hit britney spears fans one more time with one of its made for t-v movies.the movie titled "britney" will focus on the singer's rise to fame.. her past troubles and her current ranks of whitney houston and madonna who have all had similar movies.'s expected to premiere on the network in 20-17. widespread fog has developed
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make sure you have your headlights on when venturing out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be humid. highs today will be around 80 degrees. expect fog to develop once again overnight tonight, with dense fog an issue for monday morning's commute.warm and humid conditions continue on monday. highs should climb into the 80s, and when you factor in the high humidity, it will feel degrees by monday afternoon. our next chance of storms will be with a cold front on tuesday. a refreshing air mass awaits behind the cold front on wednesday. highs wednesday, thursday, and friday will be in the 70s with low humidity. summer is not over yet, as it looks like we'll get another surge of warm and humid air for the upcoming labor day
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now to the story of a group of young gymnasts ... who got a second chance... after a tornado appeared to put their dreams on hold.instead, it
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lifetime.gabe gutierrez reports. (nats)for sheridan ramsey...strength...is a balancing act.sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) strength is getting through something that you thought you couldn't get through."she's among the 50 young gymnasts at tulsa's aim high academy...whose strength last year...was tested.nat of tornado sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) "when the tornado hit, that was the scariest part cause it sounded like thunder hit the building. jennifer patterson is the gym's founder...sot: (jennifer patterson/founder and academy) "my first thought was the kids are safe."...credited with saving the children's lives...by huddling them in the storm roared through.fore firefighters swooped in...carrying the terrified girls to safety...one by one. nats of her hugging child: 12;18;02;06 " it is sad. but you know what? we're gonna be bigger and better than ever aren't we?"(nats)but since then...with no permanent space...practice has been a struggle.the future of the gym...up in the air.the girls...told replacing the building...could take four years.sot: (jennifer patterson/founder and executive director of aim high academy) i'm thinking some of these girls may not ever get to experience that if it takes
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seems like forever." (nats of girls getting on bus)so on this day...as the students are bused to what ?they? think is a birthday party...at an established studio in town... (nats)they have ?no idea?...that a local businessman ..(nats)with a ?one million dollar? donation...will now allow them to ?keep? this gym...for themselves.(nats - let moment play out)the moment it dawns on sheridan ramsey and her friends...(nats - let moment play out)...means more than any medal. sot: (jennifer patterson/founder and executive director of aim high academy) 18;55;03;07 (cover) (cover) "they never lost hope. and when you have faith in something that is bigger than yourself, that miracles can happen."sot: (sheridan ramsey/gymnast) "it has definitely made me love that i know, like i am stronger than a tornado."a lesson learned off the mat...that sometimes the most powerful type of strength... ...is resilience.gabe gutierrez, nbc news, tulsa,
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24 people from wisconsin have been convicted of exceeding their daily limit of walleye on lake erie. officers say they seized more than 500 pounds of walleye meat after finding that the fish had been cut up to disguise how many had been kept.wildlife officers say they were acting on several tips from the public. people have been flocking to a new zoo in walworth county on this, the opening weekend. safari lake geneva takes visitors on through the jungle, where unlike other jungle, where unlike other zoo experiences, these animals roam free. so instead of the animals being segregated into a somewhat small separate area, the guests would be caged so to speak." but i've never been that close to an ostrich. i've never been that close to a llama or an alpaca or anything
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and feed any animals that approach the tractor-pulled wagon that takes them through the 75-acre property. it will be open through october 31st. reservations must be made online. no-walk-ups will be allowed. we'll be back with a look at all of the top stories we're covering today.and here are your top movies at the box
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welcome back... here's one last look at our top stories this morning. southwest airlines and the national transportation safety board are investigating after a plane's engine failed mid-flight.the plane had to make an emergency officials say the aircraft was punctured by debris.no one was injured. a wake will be held today in mississippi for the two nuns found murdered in their home thursday.one of the victims was sister margaret held of the school sisters of saint francis.police say the two nuns were stabbed "heal the hood" fest continues today at the parklawn y-m-c-a. the goal is for kids in milwaukee to speak up to stop violence in their neighborhood.
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happen overnight.. but it's a positive way to start. we'll have one last check of your forecast in just a minute, but first, here's what "sunday today" has in store for you this morning. widespread fog has developed across southeast wisconsin. make sure you have your
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out this morning. the fog should lift by 10 am. skies eventually become mostly sunny today and it will still be
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we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild,
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taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm. welcome to delicious. >> like a bomb fell down. >> just price gouging is morally bankrupt. >> i over story. good morning, and welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. long time no see. i'm happy to be back after the olympic break. i'm no simone biles, i can't do a cartwheel. we'll catch up on the presidential campaign and we're hanging out with fred and his

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