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and... more patrols: how neighbors are working together to help sherman park move forward, beyond the riots. that breaking news:milwaukee police flood the east side this morning, after a deadly stabbing.our ann been working sources on the scene this morning... and joins us near the scene-- a block off of brady street. the milwaukee police are investigating a homicide that occurred at 12:44am in the 1700 block of n. pulaski on august 29th. at this time it appears that an argument between two people that knew each other led to a stabbing.
died on scene despite the lifesaving efforts of milwaukee police and fire personnel. the suspect fled the scene and is currently being sought, our investigation into this incident continues at this time you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm bridget shanahan in for vince.let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... after a warm and humid weekend with scattered showers on saturday, the humidity is still here this morning with lows in the upper 60s and
back to school, it will be another warm day with highs in the lower 80s with high humidity. the threat for scattered t'showers develops after 3am tonight with thick humidity, patchy fog and lows in the upper 60s. incident freelight traffic dry roads, the patchy fog brian gotter mentioned isn't causing any issues on the roads this morning several overnight cl ures are reopening inthe next 5o 10 minutes two largest overnight two largest overnight closures in the zoo interchnage startat 11 tonight. i-41 southbound at watertown plank to the zoo and 894 northbound from national
4:30 tomorrow morning. more patrols are coming to the sherman park neighborhood.... but these patrol won't be done by police... instead people living in the area are behind them. neighbors and community leaders decided to form a "citizens patrol" program...similar to a neighborhood watch. homeowners will drive around sherman pa in pairs and report any suspicious activity to police. the program comes two weeks after protestors got violent -- -torching businesses and throwing rocks at police. "if we can improve safety and give people a better perception of safety, we think the whole will be better for everybody." volunteers must be 21 years old and pass a police background check. event organizers say so far... 68 people have signed up to volunteer. federal investigators are continuing to offer a reward for information leading to
two weeks ago.so far multiple people have been charged. for continuing coverage on the healing in sherman park -- head to our website -- t- m-j-4-dot-com. the attorney for the man suspected of plotting an attack at a masonic center in milwaukee wants more time to review the case. his attorney is asking the judge for eight more weeks to look at the evidence against his client... sammy mohamed hamzeh. prosecutors turned over 1- hundred16 pieces of ev conversations with informants about the attack. hamzeh who was arrested back in january... is charged with five counts of illegally having two machine guns and a silencer. the sheboygan falls mother charged with suffocating her 2-year old child to death is back in court today. 27-year old katlyn kinateder katlyn kinateder admitted to killing her child and hiding his body in a cardboard box. kinateder told polshe heard voices
county's d-a expects her to enter a not guiltiy plea by reason of mental disease or defect. it's the first day of school for some students in our area. pete zervakis is live with details on where... and when other local schools will be starting up again. today marks the first day of classes at brookfield academy... brookfield academy... st. monica catholic school... and christian education leadership academy in pewaukee. as those students return today... other area schools prepare to start back up on thursday. that's the case for most mps schools... as well as schools in the wauwatosa... waukesha... kenosha... and racine school districts. both the racine unified school district and milwaukee public schools will be holding back to school pep rallies for teachers and staff today... as a way to energize and welcome them back for another year. that m-p-s rally kicks off at
center... bradley center... there will even be appearances by the milwaukee bucks dancers... bango... and the hoop troop. live...pz.. tmj4. coming up on live at coming up on live at daybreak: innocent victim: we hear from former marquette star dwayne wade about his cousin's tragic death. also head, from the balance beam to the red carpet: the walk the final five made and why daybreak-- on today's tmj4 is
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let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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humid weekend with scattered showers on saturday, the humidity is still here lows in the upper 60s and patchy fog. as many kids head back to school, it will be another warm day with highs in hudity. the that for gh scattered t'showers develops after 3am tonight with thick humidity, patchy fog and lows
chicago police have two brothers in custody for the murder of "nba-star and former marquette university basketball stand-out" dwyane wade's cousin... nykea aldridge.aldridge was killed over the weekend while pushing her child in a stroller on the city's south side....that's when the two men got into an argumenth driver and started shooting. aldridge was caught in the crossfire.. wade sent out this tweet..... "the city of chicago is hurting. we need more help and more hands on deck. not just for me and my family but for the future of our world -- the youth! " a memorial is planned for today for the two nuns brutally murdered in mississippi.... one of them....sister margaret held served here in milwaukee at the school sisters of saint francis for 49 yearsone man was charged with their
family and friends say sister mararget's journey with god started while growing up in slinger with 7 siblings. as the 3rd oldest she helped look after the younger ones.... all went to a catholic grade school - but at the tender age of 13... it was margaret who decided how she would live the rest of her life. "when she was in eighth grade she decided she wanted to enter the convent she wanted to you know work for god her family says a mass and visitation will t thursday september 1st in allenton at resurrection church on main street.then a final mass will take place at st. joseph's convent - that date is still pending. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:buh bye-- bar soap? the reason ?more people-- are passing on the bar-- and sticking to the liquid stuff to stay clean.then -- new information out this morning-- about a security breach-- involving ?iphones. ?where a security firm linked to the
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barrier at about two a-m local time, then there was an explosion.nobody was injured. belgium has been on high alert since coordinated suicide bomb attacks on the brussels airport and subway killed 32 people back in march. crews are starting to tear down damaged buildings in central italy... following last week's earthquake that killed nearly 300 people. italian authorities promised to investigate whether ignoring building codes played a role in the high death toll. firefighters ) helped retrieve posson need... but can't get because homes could collapse. n-f-l quarterback colin kaepernick will continue to sit during the national anthem before games. the 28-year-old chose not to participate in the national anthem at the start of a pre-season game friday against the packers. this photo captures players and staff standing as jersey number 7 sat silently on the sidelines.kaepernick says he was protesting systemic racism. a new york's little league
history. they won a world serires for the first time since 1964 .the endwell, new york team did it by taking down a team from south korea, two-to-one. the 22-thousand fans in attendance witnessed the new york team win the first world series title for the united states since 2011. tatiana and brian have another look your weather and traffic together... after a warm and humid weekend with scattered showers on saturday, the humidity is
lows in the upper 60s and patchy fog. as many kids head back to school, it will be another warm day with highs in the lower 80s with high humidity. the threat for scattered t'showers develops after 3am tonight with thick humidity, patchy fog and lows in the upper 60s.tuesday remains humid and in the lower 80s with a some clouds and
incident freelight traffic dry roads, the patchy fog brian gotter mentioned isn't causing any issues on the roads this morning several overnight closures are reopening in the next 5 to largest overnight closures in the zoo interchnage startat 11 tonight. i-41 southbound at watertown plank to the zoo and 894 northbound from national to the zoo will stay closed utnil 4:30 tomorrow morning. a new test could mean some breast cancer patients can skip chemotherapy -- without hurting their chances of survival.according to a new study ...nearly half of women in early-stage breast cancer may not find chemo effective.
of genes that control the growth and spread of cancer-- and spread of cancer-- and identified women with a low risk of the disease coming back. president obama is urging congress to make zika funding its first priority after members return from their summer break.the president says the delay is putting americans at risk.zika has caused two outbreaks in florida.president obama asked for one-point-nine billion dollars in funding the fight the virus. more and more people are skip t choosing liquid soap instead. sales of bar soap are down about two percent and the number of households that use bar soap has dropped from 89 percent to 84. research suggest that about half of consumers think bar soap is covered in germs and less convenient than liquid soap. the spyware firm tied to an i-phone hack has a connection to the u.s.one of its recent owners is a u-s private equity firm and operates an office in
the growing boom in cybersecurity firms.n-s-o describes itself as quote "a leader in the field of cyber warfare." still ahead on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:the "queen bey" brings it-- at the v-m-a's... plus: a new musical romance on the horizon? everything ?you missed-- if you didn't catch the mtv video music awards! more live at
trending today: the mtv video music awards! dozens of moments from last night's show-- celebrating music's biggest artist still dominating social media. singer rihanna opened the show-- with a medley of some of her biggest hits including "only girl in the world" and "don't stop the music". and the barbados-born singer had a ?really? great night! she got awarded the vma's top honor-- the michael jackson video vanguard award! long time friend-- and sometimes rumored love interest drake got up on stage-- and professed his admoration and love for her. naturally, the internet is reading into the speech-- and the hashtags "rihanna and drake" are trending this morning. and it's been a huge year-- for beyonce. the "queen bey" crushed the billboard and itunes charts-- after she released her new visual album "lemonade"... and it's getting her major honors at the v-m-a's dressed like olympic gold medalist ryan lochte-- jimmy
moonman for "video of the year" for "formation". and beyonce brought down the house-- with a special performance. take a look. to see there's no other man above you...it's such a shame you let this good love go to waste beyonce performed a 16 minute piece of her album lemonade. she got every single person finished. and ?four-- out of the ?final five? team u-s-a gold medal winning gymnasts got to check out the vma's in person. simone biles, laurie hernandez, madison kocian and aly raisman-- served as presenters in new york city. gabby douglas-- couldn't make it because of medical issues. she tweeted: "out of the hospital and resting comfortably. final five sad i can't be with you to present
much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. including...breaking news-- on milwaukee's east side. a deadly stabbing happens overnight. we're live to tell you where it happened-- and who police are looking for ?right now! also...why what you share on your instm tell your followers-- ?more than you think. how the popular social media site could show signs of ?depression-- next. i'm tatiana cash.
now at six... we're following breaking news overnight. milwaukee police are on the scene of a deadly stabbing.the nightlife hot spot that was blocked off for hours. then -- panic at l-a-x in los angeles.the incident that us to flee from the airport while police investigated. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm bridget shanahan, in this morning for vince.and -