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disturbance. then -- the federal government is looking to crackdown on opioid abuse across the country.how much money they're putting into the fight including here in wisconsin. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm bridget shanahan.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this mornis partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the
humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather. incident free dry roadstraffic building to medium with speeds at or above posted across interstate and major highways brewers versus the cardinals at 7:10 tonight at miller park tonight from highway 175 from state to lisbon at 11:30 till 6 am double lane closure lanes on 894 from oklahoma to national from 9:30 to 5:30 a lane will shut down there as well developing this morning: several people arrested overnight in sherman park and a state representative in the
sterling has more on why neighbors called police, called police, kicking this whole thing off.she's live at 44th and auer, ann? 10 people were arrested in the sherman park area for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer. police say neighbors called complaining a crowd of about 30-40 people were gathering near 44th an showed up and asked the crowd to leave. after waiting approximately 20 minutes --- the crowd was asked to leave again.police say some of the crowd did leave the area, but others refused. that's when mpd began to make arrests. but -- one elected official who was out here last night disagrees with how milwaukee police handled the situation. he says he was out here with
police did let the state rep go but 10 people were arrested. the intersection at 44th and auer is where 23-year-old sylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police on august 13th...setting off 2 nights of riots in this area. we have noticed police patroling the area. a milwaukee man accused of killing another man outside the district six police station is expected in court today. police say 65-year-old randall drescher got into an argument with a 52-year-old man outside the police station. he then allegedlly pulled a gun and shot the other man. drescher walked into the police station along with his friend and turn themselves in. also expected in court today, a former cudahy police dispatcher accused of stealing money meant to pay for parking tickets.prosectors say melissa
least three different payments in july.the alleged theft was caught on surveillance cameras. mueller has pleaded not guilty. milwaukee police are searching for suspects in a deadly shooting on milwaukee's north side.one person was killed and two others injured in the shooting near 27th and brown street.a 16-year-old boy was one of the people injured. one neighbor we spoke to who asked we not show his face, says these shootings are becoming an all too common occurrence. it's not no color barrier you know we all bleed red we just need some help in this city it's sad police haven't released any information about suspects or possible arrests in this case. meanwhile... milwaukee police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting we first told you about last week.according to the criminal complaint, 18- year-old kenny burnett went to rob an alleged drug dealer near 18th and hadley.he told police that as he was walking away from the robbery his gun
new this morning:the federal government is opening up its checkbook to try and put a dent in drug abuse across the country. heroin and prescription drugs remain a growing problem not just nationally - but here in our area.pete zervakis is live in milwaukee this morning. the president's administration will distribute 53 million dollars to 44 states... in an effort to help prevent the abuse of opioids. the u-s secretary of health and human services says the money will go to cracking down on the overperscription of pain killers... increasing access to treatment for addicts... and making sure the antidote naloxone -- which can be used to save someone who's overdosed -- is widely available. the federal money comes about a year after wisconsin's attorney general launched the state's "dose of reality" campaign to raise awareness about opioid and heroin abuse... and encourage people to turn in expired or
people die of prescription painkiller overdoses than on any, other drug. the latest numbers we have here in milwaukee county come from the medical examiner... which says there were 161 drug overdose deaths county-wide in the first seven months of this year. the oldest victim was 93.... the youngest - was just 12. if you would like to show your support to the men and women serving in local law enforcement today's your chance.through the adopt a cop program you can drop off goodies like candy, cookies, card or letters at the milwaukee police department headquarters off of state street. milwaukee area technical college will officially come back to campus today.the school is also welcoming its first group of promise students.the program covers tuition and fees for all
all four of their area campuses. carroll university is welcoming its largest group of international students ever today.a live look coming to us this morning from mitchell international where 35 students will be arriving this afternoon.they'll be greeted by fellow students and the school mascot.a total of 57 international students will be studying at the waukesha college this fall. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--how two men are using a popular seasonal treat to raise money for cancer research.also coming up... chris brown arrested again.the approach he took to try and defend his innocence. today - we're chatting with gilbert brown about some dramatic changes in his life plus how some local survivors are transforming into their
poor mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right. russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2:
i want to be a doctor!
girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of
that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather.
a waukesha donate county man will donate thousands of dollars to cancer research today, money raised by giving away corn. rich johnson and his friend rich savoy grew corn and decided to give it away, at a stand on boetcher road in the town of genessee. all they asked for is a donation to the american cancer society, to honor johnson's father, who was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. they've raised more than three thousand dollars this year, and will present
valley in waukesha. the macc fund will get a big donation today from east town travel and the 'cruise 4 macc.' you may remember mike jacobs, our long time anchor here at today's tmj4, hosted the mediterranean cruise last spring, as a fundraiser for the macc fund. today east town travel will present the organization with a check for 10 thousand dollars. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the national title a milwaukee bridge is in the running for winning.also-- donald trump is scheduled to
hacks on their election systems.this comes as the white house has a top secret intelligence group looking at russia's election related hacking. chris brown is out of jail this morning after posting 250- thousand-dollar bail.brown is facing suspicion of assault with deadly weapon charges after police say woman claimed brown pulled a gun on her.his arrest came after a lengthy search of his california home. brown posted several videos on social media claiming his innocence. in the 20th annual lake tahoe environmental summit in nevada later today.the president is expected to proclaim his commitment to protect lake tahoe's environment, which has been threatened by declining water quality, drought and erosion. the international space station is keeping an eye on hurricane lester, currently churning in the pacific ocean. it could affect the hawaiian islands over the weekend, depending on its exact track and speed. hurricane madeline
prompting a hurricane watch and tropical storm warning for hawaii's big island. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather.after the cool morning, thursday afternoon is
thanks to a brisk ne breeze to 20 mph. friday is mostly sunny and seasonal with highs in the mid 70s, and the comfortable air will continue into the weekend with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. labor day is partly cloudy and more humid with highs in the lower 80s and scattered afternoon t'showers. incident free dry roadstraffic building to medium with speeds at or above posted across interstate and major highways 894 northbound zipper merge seeing some drive time slow go as traffic pick up, speeds are slowing down use the alternate of highway 100 to get around
of highway 100 to get around this issue the wisconsin department of transporation recieved noteable recognition early this month for work on the hoan bridge. but that could be just the beginnning, a chance at a national title might the american associaiton of state and highway and transporation officials will annouce finalist in its top ten national competition. the hoan bridge construction beat out 84 other projects for "best use of innovation" by crews using various technical and material designs and keeping an open line of communication with drivers . dot admits they've got steep competition "if we're fortunate enough to make the cut, we'll be going up against projects, more than
florida, new york. alot more populas states"for more information on the competition and if the hoan is a national finalist visit our website at t-m-j-4 dot com donald trump's headed to mexico today to meet with the country's president, who's said he'll never pay for trump's wall. tracie potts is live in washington with that plus... trump's immigration speech in arizona tonight. (sot: mike pence/ (r) vice presidential nominee :00-:08)"he is going to lead an administration that will end illegal immigration." (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee :09-:15) "we're also going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in."donald
tonight... and mexico today. president enrique pena nieto confirms he's invited both candidates to visit. trump has three percent support in mexico's latest poll. hillary clinton's campaign - in a statement - says americans should pay close attention to what trump says here - whether he'll deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. trump's team says the speech will contrast his policy with clinton's... which he'll call "guaranteed amnesty." kaine/ (d) vice presidential nominee :46-:49)"all we know is that something strange is going on."clinton's runningmate is going after trump's ties with russia, as the fbi suspects russia of trying to hack voting systems. (sot: tim kaine/ (d) vice nominee :56-1:05)"don't you think the american voters deserve at least to get to the bottom of why trump's relationship with russia is so cozy? i mean, what has he got to hide?"house democrats are asking the fbi to investigate. meantime.. downballot republicans (rep tom cole natsot, ...our last real line of defense...)seem to be
mccain and marco rubio won their primaries in arizona and florida. clinton speaks to the american legion today after raising 21 million dollars in the last three days in new york. up next on today's tmj 4 --heart health. the risks faced by young heart attack survivors ... even though they are living longer lives.also-- concussion concerns.the new testing designed to keep your child
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in today's healthyounger heart attack survivors are living longer than they used to ... but they still face an increased risk of early death. a new study finds heart attack survivors 50 and younger were still twice as likely to die within a year as compared to the general population.the deaths were largely due to heart disease and smoking ...
meanwhile... researchers are focusing on preventing concussions for these young athletes.a school in iowa is working on a way to keep kids safe by performing what is called "baseline testing"that means establishing a so-called baseline... that gives medical professionals a kind of blueprint of how each individual's brain ?should? function... and a trails test""so what we do here is c3logic platform so it's based on an ipad so what we do is test their balance, vion dynamic and so both head moving and normal vision, then we test their processing speeds, so it's kind of a symbols recognition so they have to find the symbols find the number up. reaction time, and a trails test"jason vail says the baseline helps figure out just how serious a head injury is... and when a student has recovered. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --the questionable comment senator ron johnson made in a radio interview and how his campaign defending it.also ahead... where russ feingold, who is
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then -- new team-- in the neighborhood? why ?racine could get on some n-b-a action in the future. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's bridget shanahan.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the
beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather. incident free dry roadstraffic building to medium with speeds at or above posted across most interstate and major highways 894 northbound slow dowing developing this morning: more arrests in sherman park-- and more complaints about milwaukee police officers. ann sterling is live at 44th and auer this morning... with new information. 10 people were arrested in the sherman park area for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer.but one state representative says a lot of the people out here
and elected officata to the people the inivthis area peace. take a look-- police showed up after they say neighbors called complaining a crowd of about 30-40 people were gathering near 44th and auer. police asked the crowd to leave. after waiting approximately 20 minutes --- the crowd was asked to leave again.li crowd did leave the area, but others refused. that's when mpd began to make arrests. state rep. jonathan bro-stoff disagrees with how milwaukee
state rep was arrested but police did let him go --- 10 people were not so lucky they were arrested.the intersection at 44th and auer is where 23-year-old sylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police on august 13th...setting off 2 nights of riots in this area. friends came together last night where shawn ostrom was killed.ostrom... a chef at the pfister hotel... was around one a-m monday.those who knew him say he was trying to help out a woman he was friends with. he saw the guy hit - lay his hands on her or got physical, and he stepped in because of it. during the altercation, the guy pulled a knife and cut his throat. he died doing what he believed was right. standing up for somebody. and yeah, that was
for shawn's death. a 45- year-old from oak creek, and a 20-year-old from greenfield. the racine county sheriff's office is investigating a car crash that killed a woman and seriously injured her husband. authorities say the union grove couple was hit by another car in the town of yorkville.medics rushed them to the hospital where the woman died from her injuries. the driver of the second car was not hurt.alcohol does not appear to be a factor a fellow nun is talking for the first time, after learning her long time friend -- southeast wisconsin native sister margaret held -- was murdered in her mississippi home.questions as to why someone stabbed two nuns to death remain ... even after rodney sanders was charged in connection to their deaths. sister mary jane wagner met sister margaret almost 50 years ago to the day. when you're talking with her she is so absorbed in what is happening here it's like you
person in the world that matters to her at that moment you know sister mary jane says she'll miss her friend's joy more than anything. a funeral for sister margaret is friday in the chapel at school sisters of st. francis. decision 2016...former u-s senator russ feingold will visit milwaukee later today. feingold will be the featured speaker at the kiwanis club of milwaukee at noon.advanced reservations were required. senator ron johnson spoke at the club last week. senator johnson is foward following an awkward campaign moment.speaking during a radio interview -- johnson suggested that poor single moms take jobs in the day care centers watching their own children.wisconsin restricted that seven years ago after a massive fraud investigation.johnson's campaign said he was merely calling for "outside-the-box thinking" happening today... the marquette community will come together to honor mother teresa. pete zervakis is live
marquette will hold a special mass in mother teresa's honor... right here - outside - at the statue of her near 15th and clybourn. the special mass comes as the catholic church prepares to cannonize mother teresa into sainthood this sunday. itll happen in rome outside of the vatican. as the cannonization nears... the marquette community is also fondly remembering mother teresa's visit to campus. she mahe pere marquette discovery award. that's marquette university's highest honor. more than 10-thousand people gathered to celebrate mother teresa that day. many of them will be celebrating again this weekend... as she's cannonized into sainthood. live..pz... tmj4
yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50great sleeping weather. today, we'll get some today,
how state voters view the race between johnson and feingold. the marquette university law school poll is out this afternoon.past polls have shown feingold with a lead ... feingold is trying to recapture the senate seat he lost to johnson back in 20-10 election officials have approved placing five candidates on the state's presidential ballot besides democrat hillary clinton and republican donald trump.they include green party candidate jill stein and libertarian presidential johnson -- who makes his first campaign stop in wisconsin tomorrow night at serb hall. a new n-b-a developmental team could be in racine's future. the idea was discussed during a recent county board meeting. city leaders looked at blueprints for a new arena and hotel.studies show the move could bring jobs and money to the area.more meetings are expected to take place -- we're told a developmental hockey team is also being considered. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4extra
may soon find in your hotel room as zika spreads across florida.then -- food freebie two new promotions as chipotle tries to regain the public's trust 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. kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
beyond wisconsin...we're getting a first hand look at some incredible dash cam video of the rescue of an elderly woman after a pileup crash on new york interstate.an out of control semi plowed through cars, leaving one engulfed in flames.that's when several people stepped in and took action to rescue a woman trapped in the fiery wreck.the woman amazingly only had minor
trudeau is in china this morning for a meeting with the chinese premier.the two leaders met to discuss economy, commerce, culture, and people-to-people communication.trudeau promised to expand trade with china and india when he took office in november.he'll continue to visit china until next tuesday. the first u-s to cuba flight is happening this morning. jetblue becomes the first u-s airline with with regularly scheduled flights to cuba.jet blue will fly to the cuban city of santa clara, three times a week for n every day, starting october 1st. flights start at 99-dollars each way. as the zika virus continues to spread in florida, the state's theme parks ... are offering free mosquito repellent. starting on sunday, walt disney world will provide free pump bottles and towelettes ... and hotel rooms will have aerosol bug spray.universal, sea world, busch gardens and adventure island ... will also have spray available at guest service locations.
depot stores.office depot says fedex shipping services and solutions will be offered to customers in all of its office depot retail stores nationwide, beginning this friday. bank tate dot com has released its study on the best and worst metropolitan areas for homeowners.portland oregon phoenix; atlanta; las vegas and the twin cities are the best metro areas for homeowners.hartford, new york, providence, los angeles and ff the study look at factors like affordability, property taxes and energy costs. papa john's has expanded its digital ordering services with the launch of a customizable pizza ordering app for apple t- v.users can build their pizza or select from past and saved orders.when ordering through the app, customers automatically receive a 25 percent discount on their purchase with no separate code required. chipolte continues to try and win back customers following
outbreak.during september they're offering two promotions.every sunday in september, chipotle customers can receive a free kids' meal with the purchase of an entree. also, high school and college students who present a valid school i-d a free drink with the purchase of an entree. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was the last warm and humid day for awhile with highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning is partly cloudy with low humidity and temps in the upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and cool with
weather.after the cool morning, thursday afternoon is sunny, breezy and cool with highs struggling to reach 70 thanks to a brisk ne breeze to 20 mph. friday is mostly sunny and seasonal with highs in the mid 70s, and the comfortable air will continue into the weekend with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.or is partly cloudy and more humid with highs in the lower 80s and scattered afternoon t'showers. in your packers extra... the packers hall of fame is unveiling a new exhibit showcasing legendary
in your packers extra... the packers hall of fame is unveiling a new exhibit showcasing quarterback brett favre today. one display will look back at his n-f-l record 297 consecutive starts, and another will feature the exact locker favre used up until the 2003 lambeau field renovation. a ribbon cutting ceremony gets underway this morning at nine. later this morning... the gravedigger gilbert brown will be on today's tmj4 the morning blend talking about his epic weight loss.at one time the nose tackle known for his size
now brown tells us he's down to 299 pounds.a weight he hasn't been at since before high school.he says he still has a weakness for certain bad foods. everybody got bad habits. you know, my bad habit is fried chicken. i love fried chicken but i had to turn it down a little bit. you know what i'm saying? i always say i went from an 8 piece. to a four piece. now i'm at 3 and a half. brown said he has a family history of heart problems, and is determined to stay healthy. packers preseason football continues tomorrow ... when the green and gold take on the chiefs in kansas city. kickoff is at seven ... only on your official packers station, today's tmj4. 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... arrests in sherman park: what
police late last night. 10 people were arrested in the sherman park area for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer. police say neighbors called complaining a crowd of about 30-40 people were gathering near 44th and auer.police showed up and asked the crowd to leave. after waiting approximately 20 minutes --- the crowd was asked to leave again.ce crowd did leave the area, but others refused. that's when mpd began to make arrests. but -- one elected official who was out here last night disagrees with how milwaukee police handled the situation. he says he was out here with faith leaders last night when he was arrested. police did let the state rep go but 10 people were the intersection auer is where 23-year-old sylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee august 13th...settingof riots in this area.we have noticed police patroling the area. new this morning... the obama administration is going to split up 53 million dollars-- to help 44 states fight opioid and drug abuse. the feds say the money will go to cracking down on the over prescription of pain killers. the milwaukee county medical examiner says there have been 161 drug
far this year. on this day-- 19-years ago, princess diana died. diana, princess of wales-- and the mother of will & harry, died after a serious car wreck. her driver lost control while being chased by paparazzi. her shocking death lead to an outpouring of grief for the people of great britain. the "people's princess" was just 36 years old. and if you haven't registered to vote yet in the state of wisconsin, expect to get a postcard reminder in the mail. the state elections has ok'ed mailing postcards to more than one million unregistered voters. those reminders will be dropped in the mail by the end of september. mail registration
the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids did you see his big old feet? look.
good morning, crossing the border. donald trump announces a surprise trip to mexico for a private conversation with the mexican president on the same day he's set to make a major speech on immigration. could this unexpected meet hint at a dramatic policy reversal? we'll ask his caaign manager live. in the path. a major storm in the gulf strengthens overnight as tens of millions in florida brace for winds and flooding. we're tracking it live. star standoff. chris brown out on bail on weapons charges after a stalemate with police that played out on social media.