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his son had just turned his life around. gotten back chaplain harold moore is helping by putting his arms around those who witnessed the shooting. retaliation it only adds more pain more miserynd i was saying, that's our job as chaplains to come to the scene and provide comfort. comfort to a family who was already grieving the loss of a loved onand will now have to plan to bury another lost to a crime. new at five: a milwaukee teen confined to a wheel chair, is pleading for his peers to stop stealing cars. julia fello spoke to the 16 year old who is sharing his trouble with the law.. to prevent others
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mistake. this scene from july 31st was horrific.the stolen car 16 year old ronnie jackson was in.. flipped...and shattered his bones so badly, he may not be able to walk again.. for a year. its not worth bein gin a stolen car cause you could end up like me 16-year-old ronnie jackson is a month into healing.. every time i move my legs it hurts but has a long road ahead of him, after the stolen camry he was riding in july 31st, blew a stop reaction crash. i dont even remember i dont remember the whole dayhe's taking advantage of this second chance at life.. going on facebook.... to share with his peers to stop stealing cars. i cant even play sports no more i cant even walk the same no more the teen has more surgery ahead of him... as he prepares for the consequences of his actions.after he gets better, he hopes to show milwaukee children the positive things to do in our city. we can stop kids from being in stolen cars
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mother tells us she thinks her son should be punished.. by ronnie doing this it didnt only affect me it affected his sisters his family his friends but to what extent? something positive instead of jail cause what is that going to ronnie jackson's family tells us he has been charged in with operating a vehicle without owners consent.he goes to juvenile court, next month, george and shannon. one man is dead following a stabbing one block off brady street happene and arlington. police think the stabbing stemmed from a fight between two people who knew each other. the man who died was 32 years old. police arrested one, as yet unnamed, suspect around nine this morning. a man charged with setting a vehicle on fire, one night after the violence in sherman park, will stand trial. dale folley pleaded not guilty to the crime. he's accused of setting a car on fire in the pick 'n save parking lot on national avenue. it's that time of year again... students across our
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this anticipation of their arrival... a couple of districts welcomed back the ?teachers? this morning.pete zervakis reports. with the new school year days away, the racine unified school dist. broke in this new fieldhouse at case hs with an all-staff pep rally. nats - rally three thousand teachers - and staff members - filled the gym. it's a brand new way to kick off another year in the classroom.we usually did it at our building sites and this year is the first time we'r always worked so hard to find a way to get everybody together and since we have a new fieldhouse here at case we now have space nats - bradley center in milwaukee... a similar all-staff pep rally fired up mps workers for another school year . nats - rally inside the bradley center... teachers and administrators sat broken up by school. there's some friendly rivalry. but they all
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learning, to make sure it's a place where students feel comfortable, feel safe students in both districts are expected back in the classroom thursday. pete today's tmj4 it was also back to school today for m-a-t-c students. the fall semester began at all four campuses. the college is welcoming the first class of promise students. the program pays tuition and fees for eligible students. it was introduced last september. some relief for people who need those really expensive epipens. them is working on a generic the meantime there is another option ...but is it safe? courtny gerrish joins us in the studio with more. we first told you about the skyrocketing cost of the epipen in a june, i-team investigation. the wholesale price jumped more than 200 percent. pricing some patients out of the life saving dose of epinephrine. now there's a type of "do it yourself" option to save someone having a dangerous allergic reaction. for patients who can't afford the 600 plus dollars for the
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way to get a dose of epinephrine - by building your own kit. a small bottle of epi costs less than 10 bucks, no insurance required. but you have to draw up the correct dose yourself and know how to inject it.. in a high pressure situation. a scenario local allergist dr. anne lent says is not not for's a good option, but only for some patients. after heavy criticism over the jump in cost of its epipen...mylan .. is now making a generic version. the company says it should be available in the next few weeks and will run around 300 for a two pack - half of what the name brand costs. shannon and george. decision 2016 now- it appears donald trump is shifting away from a "deportation force" which would basically expel the estimated 11 million
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"state of the union" appearance, trump's running mate, governor mike pence, said trump was speaking of a mechanism, not a policy. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is on track to have her best month of fundraising since the start of her campaign.she and her running mate, tim kaine, have raised more than 70 million dollars in august.they raised 90 million dollars in presidential candidate and libertarian gary johnson is headed to milwaukee this week. he'll be campaigning at serb hall on thursday. johnson joined the ra not declaring his bid for the presidency until january.he secured his party's nomination in may. the event is free to the public and doors open at six. more help is needed! a wisconsin woman explains how we can help victims from the flood-ravaged the three counties governor walker just put under a state of emergency. john? high pressure has given us a quiet start to the work week with some sun finally burning through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, the humidity levels remain with dew points returning to the mid and the warm and sticky conditions
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approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and storms especially during the afternoon and evening hours. still, tuesday will not be a washout by any means. in fact, we can still expect some breaks the boundary exits, a new air mass over bringing and drier back to our temperatures through the low to points will be down considerably, as well. sunshine and quiet conditions should repeat for several upper level across the midwest. and, why this hug will be one this courtroom will never forget. ? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves
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great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah.
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more news now- a wisconsin dells woman spent the last week in baton rouge, louisiana, helping clean up after the devastating floods earlier this month.erin johnson went to louisiana with the group "crisis response international". she said more help is needed because families are exhausted.she added that calvary christian fellowship church in baton rouge is a contact for those
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governor walker has declared a state of emergency in three wisconsin counties damaged by heavy rain and flooding. eau claire, buffalo and trempealeau counties all saw a lot of damage when storms hit august 10th and 11th. damage is estimated at one point eight million a standout mexican singer songwriter passed away this weekend... just a day after a sold-out concert.juan gabriel was a top-selling artist who became a latin american music icon. this is video from his last cot inglewood, california. he died yesterday at his home in california. no word yet on what caused his death. juan gabriel was 66. a kenosha man dies after trying to do a good deed. charles benson is in the newsroom with a story new at six. thanks george and shannon.the father of three went to his neibhors apartment to loan a vacuum. but it ended costing him his life.that's coming up new on live at 6.
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media juggernaut sat down with pope francis today.but first, a milwaukee family grew by one today.. after a heartwarming trip to the courthouse. we'll share their story next. now here's lester holt with a look ahead to the n-b-c
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welcome back. pope francis met facebook founder mark zuckerberg and his wife today. they talked about how to use communication technology to help people living in the
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countries.they met in the vatican's guest house, where the pope lives. apple may give us a look at its new i-phone at its fall product launch.that's coming up wednesday, september seventh. there's speculation apple will introduce a new i phone and perhaps modifications to its apple watch and macbook. now to a now to a story that is positively milwaukee.a 10 year old foster girl has officially found her forever family. today young abigail turner officially abigail ruth novotny. say i love you mom. i love you mom. (clapping)" abby had been a foster child living with anne novotny since 2013. "i'm a social worker who took my job home with me." anne says it's best when foster children can go back home, but when they cannot... "and when they can't go home we just grow a little more" anne now has one biological child and seven adopted children. abby makes eight."i get choked up even now. it's never ever the same.
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exciting." the judge joked with abby and her siblings. judge and abby say: "it's hearby ordered... that talisha, mya, sara, megan and tommy will clean my room (laughs)" abby attends st. coletta's day school and most of her classmates were with her today. "they are so su pportive and so much more of our family. an exio staff are just as excited about abby's adoption as abby's family. "and i'm just so proud abby you're going to be able to sign your name this year abby novotny on all your stuff. are you really excited to do that? yeah" abby was a foster child through "saint a" for about two years. as we mentioned, she attends st. coletta day school which is a non-profit school for students with intellctual disabilities.
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school there. after a weekend of really pleasant temperatures--- the heat and humidity are back. but, some cooler weather is coming. let's check in with chief meteorologist john malan. high pressure has given us a quiet start to the work week with some sun finally burning through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, the humidity levels remain rather high with dew points returning to the mid and upper 60s. the warm and sticky conditions will continue through tonight and
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system approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to our north will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and storms especially during the afternoon and evening hours. still, tuesday will not be a washout by any means. in fact, we can still expect some breaks of sun. once the new air mass will take over bringing much cooler and drier conditions back to our area.
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friday should only reach the low to mid 70s. dew points will be down considerably, as well. sunshine and quiet conditions should repeat for several days as an upper level ridge builds across the upper midwest.
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mccarthy still wants to see moreimprovement from his punter moving forward. moreimprovement from his punter moving forward. honey, is the internet back yet? yes!! i'm surfing!! get high speed internet from at&t.
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honey it's not swiping. come on i need it to swipe. i know i need to swipe something. get high speed internet from at&t. keep calm, your internet's on. the green bay packers wereback on the practice fieldthis afternoon as theyget ready for the cheifs on thursday night. the team released sixplayers, as they get closer to getting their roster down to "75" by tomorrow the most notable player releasedwas punter peter mortell, a green bay native, who was in punting competition with tim masthy..masthy, had a leg up, on regularseason game experience, and he does a great job holding for mason crosby's field mccarthy talked about mastay, before the packers announced their cuts today
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him to have a good week of practice and preform in kansas city just like everybody so it'sthe competition to make your teamis available for all of those guys fighting for spots if you go thougheach position tim we have great history here he'll continue to work and get better next yea erin hills golf course,.when they get a chance tohost the u.s.'s our lance allan with that story ((lance allan says expecting 35,000 fans per day. and millions watching around the world, erin hills is ready to put wisconsin on display.)) ((andy ziegler says yeah, that's exactly right. we won't open again until the u.s. open so the first players that walk out here, will have an absolutely pristine golf course.))((lance allan says you know what they say, you only get one chance to make a first impression. and that's why erin hills is shutting down after october 4th. a record time off, until the
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u.s. open to make sure the course, is in pristine shape.)) ((eric steimer says this golf course is going to be ready come june 12th when we kick things off with our first practice is unprecedented for the golf course not to open up the calendar year of the championship.))((andy ziegler says it's the first time the u.s. open championship has been held in the state of wisconsin, and i'm not sure the state of wisconsin really knows how exciting it's going to be.))((lance allan says the u.s. open needed 5,000 volunteers. they received 8,000. what more could organizers ask for?))((eric steimer says 70 degrees and sun, forward to the most.))((lance allan says today certainly qualified as a tourism postcard type of day. at erin hills, lance allan, today's tmj4.)) also in sports today.the bucks re-signed forwardsteve novak today.and the brewers open up their series against the cardinals tonight at miller park.that sports, were back
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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
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ts 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. not for wisconsin. welcome back. the estimated jackpot for tonight's badger five drawing is 22 thousand coming up on "the now milwaukee" at 6:30:a local salon charging 10 dollars for haircuts to help kids with hair loss. when you see who's behind this effort, you may be inspired. here's tonight's primetime line up: at seven, it's "american ninja warrior". then it's "running wild with bear grylls" and more local news on live at ten.
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tonight, shockwaves as hillary clinton's closest aid huma abedin says she's separating from her husband weiner. airport chaos. all out panic amid widespread rumors of an active shooter. what's going on? bracing for impact. florida on high alert as the tropical threat closes in. too little, too late. a prize move from the pharma giant over the cost of a life saving medicine, why critics say it's not enough.


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