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tv   Todays TMJ4 News Live at Daybreak Extra Early Edition  NBC  September 1, 2016 4:30am-5:01am CDT

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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... brian gotter. after so many warm and very humid days, yesterday was
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brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. this morning is mostly cloudy and cool with lows near 60 along the new this morning-the walworth county fair will re-open at 9 o'clock this morning -- after a suspicious item forced an evacuation.officials tell us : someone spotted a suspicious looking plastic pipe with end caps wednesday night . elkhorn police and walworth county sheriff's deputies cleared the area.a bomb squad verified the
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sticks.the all clear was given around 10 p-m. today is the first day of school for most districts in southeast wisconsin, including students in the racine unified school district. the district is breaking in three new schools this yearand also changing some of it's basic safety protocols. pete zervakis explains how the new year brings new security measures at many of the schools here in racinethe district is using some of the money from a referendum approved in the fall of 2014 to increase the secure entrances into its buildings. technology like security cameras - already in place - will be upgraded. we're right now putting together a plan to update all our security cameras and systems in our schools as part of our referendum 21 so all of that's coming this year a new community policing model is also now in effect at schools. resource officers stationed at racine schools will receive training from the police departmentand the district
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and building relationships with students. it's supposed to improve trus at a time when some worry about tension between young adults and officers. the superintendent says the training for officers will even include a portion on how to better relate to teenagers in racine pz tmj4 also new in racine this school year... is a new montessori program within the district. brother of the man shot and killed by milwaukee police almost three weeks ago. he says he won't leave the memorial for his brother sylville smith even after recent arrests of others by police. we want one thing and one thing only. and it's the big issue right here, right now. you all want to know why we gather right here everyday cause we want justice.we want that camera footage. we want that body camera footage
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they continue to gather at their family's makeshift memorial as they wait for justice for his brother. his brother was shot and killed nearly three weeks ago by a milwaukee police. the shooting is under investigation by the department of justice. since then large groups have gathered by the memorial at 44th and auer near sherman park. neighbors have asked for it to stop. "they are sensitive to what happened and they care, their compassionate but they want to go on with their normal life. they just don't want the crowds to continue." says he will meet with the sherman park community association tonight at 6 p.m. to talk to the neighbors. he says he hopes they can work or an agreement. one woman may have a solution. she started the peace garden project last year -- turning memorial sites into permanent parts of the community. the peace garden isn't going to resolve the community issue we have at hand in sherman park it's not but it will give them something to have something to go to it won't be the balloons
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mays says she's reached out to the smith family -- who seem receptive to the idea. but she says they are still grieving and need closure. decision 20-16donald trump is back in the u-s this morning after a quick trip to mexico before laying out his immigration plan -- his message: send them home. tracie potts has reaction from washington d-c donald trump in arizona last night(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "mexico will pay for the wall - {cheer} 100%!"and trump hours earlier in mexico with the country's president:(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "we didn't discuss who pays for the wall."he later explains:(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "they don't know it yet they are going to pay for it."("clinton campaign ad") super burned inthe clinton campaign's already out with a new web video this morning claiming "the great negotiator choked...then lied about it."
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for the wall - that mexico won't do it, and that's not negotiable.clinton claims trump failed his first foreign- policy test.(sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee)"it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours, and then flying home again. that is not how it works."in the arizona speech, trump lays out his immigration plan - immediately deporting 2 million cr verifying that workers are legalcracking down on those who over stay visas.the focus - trump says - should be on americans, not immigrant families. (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "no one will be immune or exempt from enforcement."(insert ends) (two second pause)audio outcue: tracie potts, nbc news, washington. tonight, libertarian presidential nominee gary johnson will make his first campaign stop in wisconsin . the former new mexico governor is slated to speak at serb hall in milwaukee.doors open
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percent in the latest marquette university law school poll. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--long shot.the new request being made by lawyers for the so-called affluenza teen ethan couch.and -taking aim.when a hurricane churning in the pacific could hit hawaii .. and the florida city feeling the impact of tropical storms and taking a live look
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after so many warm and very humid days, yesterday was beautiful with low humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of
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lows near 60 along the lake and 50s inlandreat sleeping weather. after the cool morning, this afternoon is partly cloudy, breezy and cool with highs struggling to reach 70 thanks to a brisk ne breeze to 20 mph. some areas will stay in the 60s today. th sprinkles near the lake. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50s. beyond wisconsin-tropical storm hermine could make landfall along the florida coast sometime today.heavy rains are causing problems across the tampa bay area.cars are stalled out on roads in pinellas county and several streets are shut down.the storm will eventually push into georgia and the carolinas.
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is downgraded and is now a tropical storm.while it isn't expected to make landfall on any hawaiian island... the big island and maui county were under tropical storm warnings. and right behind madeline is hurricane lester... which may hit hawaii over the weekend. attorneys for the so-called affluenza teen ethan couch are asking he be released from jail.the lawyers say couch should have never gone to a criminal adult court because it was a originally a juvenile casecouch was 16 when he was involved in the fatal drunk driving crash that killed four people near fort worth.his defense lawyers successfully argued that he was coddled by wealthy parents and lacked a sense of responsibility for his actions. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--lawyers for one of the slenderman stabbing suspects just filed a motion. what they want a judge to do. then - missing swans.the ?noted? milwaukeean looking
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((good morning i'm elise menaker and this is your one minute drill.the packers play their final preseason game tonight in kansas city.but leading up to the game... yesterday we learned the n-f-l cleared clay matthews and julius peppers in the p-e-d investio it found no credible evidence that either player named in the al jazeera report was provided with or used banned substances.last night the brewers trying to avoid being swept by the cardinals.kirk niewenhuis gets the job done with the swing of the bat... a three-run shot to right. cardinals yadier molina gives the cards their only run of the game with a homer to left. matt garza goes a season innings gives run... eight the crew beat the cards 3-1 and snap a six-game losing streak. the brewers day today before playing in pittsburgh friday. the badgers open up their
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lambeau field.back in april the team held a practice in green bay... that's when the badgers got to be players and fans.:29 i've been at lambeau football games. i've been at packers games. i'm a huge packers fan in general so it was fun for me to kind of go back stage go in the hall of fame, i haven't been there in a while so it was really a special moment for me.that's your one minute drill.i'm elise menaker. more on the badgers season opener on saturday.right now- crews are putting the finishing touches on the field. traffic is expected to be a nightmare. traffic will be worse than a packers home game.both the badgers... and l-s-u have huge fan bases that travel well... combine that with the start of labor day weekend... and ongoing road construction. brett favre -- already enshrined in the pro football hall of fame .. now has a new honor.the packers just opened this new exhibit dedicated to the star quarterbackfans visiting the exhibit can expect to learn more about his playing history, see records he's broken, and check out
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after so many warm and very humid days, yesterday was beautiful with low humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only
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sunshine. this morning is mostly cloudy and cool with lows near 60 along the lake and 50s inlandreat sleeping weather. after the cool morning, this afternoon is partly cloudy, breezy and cool with highs struggling to reach 70 thanks to a brisk ne breeze to 20 mph. some areas will stay in the 60s today. sprinkles near the lake. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50s. friday is mostly sunny and pleasant with highs in the low to mid 70s, and the comfortable air will continue on saturday with highs in the mid to upper 70s and lows in the 50s. sunday is mostly sunny, warmer and more
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labor day is partly cloudy and humid with highs in incident free quiet dry roads several overnight closures reopening in the next 10 to 20 minutes more local news-people continue to mourn the milwaukee nun stabbed to death
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allenton will hold a mass and visitation tonight for sister margaret held.a memorial will follow.another visitation will take place tomorrow at st. joseph center in milwaukee. police arrested one suspect in the death of held and another nun. the attorneys for morgan geyser are asking a judge to move their client's trial to another venue.a motion was just filed in waukesha county court.geyser and anissa weier are accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times as a sacrifice to the fictional character slenderman. geyser plans to plead not to a mental defect. the former cudahy police dispatcher wil be back in court later this month.. after pleading not guilty to charges of stealing cash meant to pay parking tickets..prosectors say melissa mueller failed to record at least three different payments in july.the alleged theft was caught on surveillance cameras. milwaukee philanthropist michael cudahy is hoping the public can help find his missing swans.a family of five trumpeter swans.... dad, mom
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in these photos. the kids are 30 pounds and mom and dad are around 60 pounds if you know anything, you are asked to contact the pabst theater up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the racine county event aimed at helping needy families get ready for the school year.plus - what some international students at carroll university say they expect to find here in wisconsin let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup....at 6:30 packers pregame at i packers as they take on the chiefs in kansas city.then
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for a lot of families, "back to school" means an extra financial burden. there are a lot of supplies to get, and things to prepare for. last night in racine, hundreds of families got some much needed help. knapp elementary school was just built. it's racine's first "community school" - meaning it will provide assistance programs, and work closely with the surrounding neighborhood. during last night's resource fair, every child got fitted for a new pair of shoes. shoes and school supplies, families were able to get a lot of other community resources like info on free health and dental care. it is hard, especially if you are a single parent. i appreciate any and every, any help i get. i am just so grateful. i mean you go to work. you try to do everything the right way for your family and better prepare them for their lives coming up.the united way is a partner in knapp elementary school. the intent of this community school is to create stronger
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neighborhoods, and resources. there will be more events like this there, throughout more international students are studying at carroll university this year than ever before, almost every continent is represented. when students got off their plane at mitchell international yesterday, they were greeted by students, faculty and pioneer pete. students are coming from 25 countries to study in waukesha. 27-hundred undergrad students go to carroll university. 57 international ud this fall, 35 arrived in milwaukee wednesday and they're excited see what wisconsin has to offer. - i've heard that wisconsin is famous for cheese - i've seen a lot of like parties going on in the movies so maybe i think that's what i'm looking forward to students will go through orientation and take a trip to target to help get them
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inspiring boys to read one haircut at a time. a local barbershop owner and city leaders teamed up to come up with the idea of sending kids home with a fresh look and a good book. the focus is needed now more than ever. wisconsin is home to the largest reading achievement gap in the nation between black and white students. "the numbers are the numbers, so all we can do is figure out ways to change those numbers," so far, two barber shops are involved in this reading campaign. the books are provided by the milwaukee public library a nurse from st. croix county who was killed in world war two, has a big honor, today. glenwood city's post office has been renamed the 2nd lieutenant ellen ainsworth post office.ainsworth was a member of the army nurse corps and served in italy during world war two.she died in 1944 after being hit by shrapnel. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the one major rule being strictly enforced at one milwaukee area school
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m-p-sbreaking down the numbers and how the district plans to improve them.
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now at 5:00...rolling out the red carpet for a new school year! hundreds of thousands of local kids head back to class today! a look ahead to some of the ?major events happening today. plus...new road rules! what you need to know about new bus laws-- that are supposed to keep your kids safer as let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... after so many warm and very humid days, yesterday was

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