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thanks for joining us this afternoon.i'm bridget shanahan. if you're justni here's a look at your top stories today. 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 at 6.donald trump is campaigning in wilmington, ohio today.and hillary clinton is holding events in ohio as well. the first day of school and you're going to seeing something new on school busses -- amber lights.if you see the amber lights flashing, it means the bus is about to stop. once the bus has stopped th
you can still pass the bus if the amber lights are flashing --- but if the lights turn red, you have to stop. green bay is bracing for an invasion of badgers and tigers. fans of wisconsin and l-s-u are expected to make this a big weekend at lambeau field with their saturday afternoon game. the green bay post-gazette reports that this college opener could be bigger than the packers' 2011 season opener after they won the super bowl. after so many wa humid days, yesterday was beautiful with low humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. this morning was 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
70 thanks to a brisk ne breeze to 20 mph. some areas will stay in the 60s today, and there is a chance for a few sprinkles near the lake. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50s. an explosion this morning at the space-x launch site in cape canaveral, florida.nasa says space-x was conducting a test firing of an unmanned happened shortly after 9.a second explosion a second explosion occured about 20 minutes later.the test, considered routine, was in advance of a planned saturday launch.fortunantly no one was injured in the accident. four survivors of the colorado movie theater shooting-- have been ordered to pay that movie theater chain thousands of dollars.more than two dozen survivors sued the theater's owner-- cinemark... claiming it did not have enough security measures in place to prevent the shooting.in may... the jury ruled cinemark was
and most of the survivors instead took a small settlement.a judge has ordered the four survivors who refused the settlement-- to pay the theater-- 700-thousand dollars for legal bills.and that's just for the state case.the costs in the federal case are expected to be far more. august was the deadliest month for chicago in 20 years... with 90 deadly shootings. chicago is the the nation's third-largest city and has already experienced more homicides this year than the bigger cities of los angeles and new york combined. chicago police superintendent eddie johnson says the majority of the shootings are being done by repeat gun offenders. where we need help is our state legislators helping us to get the judges the tools that they need to hold these repeat gun offenders accountable. year- to-date, there have been more than 23- hundred shootings and 471 shooting deaths in chicago. milwaukee police asking for help in identifying several suspects wanted in connection with an armed robbery.the
at the b-p gas station, near 35th and mckinley.police say one of the suspects had a gun and instructed others to steal several items.anyone with information is asked to call police. as the new school year begins... a recent report shows a lingering disparity in the number of minorities working as teachers. according to the brown center on education policy... 1/2 the country's public school students are minorities -- but only 18 percent of teachers are.here in milwaukee -- the gap is much bigger -- 86 percent of students are minorities percent of teachers.the district is hoping to better that number... about ? of the teachers of color we recruit are actually current employees or former ployees who co back to us after their teacher program those employees typically work as para-professionals before they get teaching degrees. the district provides financial help for the needed schooling... so that they can be promoted to the classroom. back to scho time is a ?multi billion dollar business. back to school spending has
past decade-- and it's on pace to go up. e national retail federation is predicting parents and students will spend about 27 billion dollars on back to school supplies! the n-r-f says deep discounts will drive the most shoppers to stores. spending will also be up at department and clothing stores. a lot-- has happened during summer break including some progress on a new private school in milwaukee that'll open up next summer. back in april, we found out "st. augustine prep" would be coming to the city. the 80- million will sit on eleven acres at west harrison and south fifth street. it'll serve two thousand students. the school will also partner with the milwaukee school of engineering and marquette-- to provide a unique learning experience. 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
undergrad students go to carroll university. 57 international students start this fall. - 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 settled in. the wauwatosa school district heads back to class today... strictly enforced. absolutely ??no?? cell phones in the classroom. students caught using phones in school could be ?expelled! and we want to see your adorable back to school pics! a lot of you have already sent them into us! here's nina... a 7th grader at highland community school! and here's ashley's first day of 3k... and lindsay is starting grad school! if you want to post your pictures just head to the
taking a look at the market right now...dow:nasdaq:s and p: during the summer break-- a lot of kids stay up late. but now that schools are back in session-- many parents are working to get their kids back on a regular sleep schedule. joining us now is, dr. louella amos, from children's hospital of wisconsin, whhas some
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.
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, and there is a chance for a few sprinkles near the lake. tonight is clear and cool with lows in the 50s. 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 humid with highs near 80, and labor day is partly cloudy and humid with highs in the lower 80s and a few isolated afternoon showers. as we say
everyone has seen that famous grainy footage of what is believed to be bigfoot... walking around the woodsbut not everyone has noticed how carefully he is walking.turns out sasquatch is a stickler for safety, and he's teamed up with the oregon d-o-t to teach elementary students about crosswalk safety.
>> anne: oh, my god, you look so gorgeous in this dress. >> theresa: okay, thanks. all right, take a picture from the back, all right? i want to see if my butt looks big. >> anne: are you kidding? >> theresa: what? that is what people are gonna be looking at when i walk down the aisle. >> anne: honey, your butt looks fine. are you kidding? after all you've been through, you're like skin and bones. >> theresa: okay, well, did you get the photo? let me see it. >> anne: yes. >> theresa: let me see. >> anne: okay, hold on. >> theresa: oh, my gosh. nn >> theresa: bags under my eyes. it's like matching luggage. >> anne: cut it out. you're gonna take a few days off, you'll get some good nights' rest, and you're gonna be your gorgeous self for your wedding. >> theresa: [sighs] i hope so. oh, anne, i am so excited. i mean, my baby's finally home, and he's safe, and in one week, i am going to be mrs. brady black, and there's nothing victor can do to stop it. >> anne: no, not after he got that summer bitch to steal your baby. >> theresa: yeah, well, i mean, at lst brady finally sees himor the monster that he is. >> anne: yeah.