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auneral mass was hin kentucky today for the other nun killed last week. sister paula merrill was laid to rest in nazareth, kentucky. a man confessed to murdering both nuns in missippi last gave no reason for the killings. more local news now. local police and sheriffs departments are working gether to keep drunk drivers off the road this labor day. rebecca klf is live in wauwatosa with the story. i'm here with the owi task force as they get ready to hit streets. a roll call in underway right now for w enforcement from milwkee and waukesha counties. the big focus stopping drunk drivers. even though overall owi's have gone down in wisconsin- owi
going to be out on the streets this weekend specifically looking for impaired drivers. it's not just tonight they are worried about- officers will be out during the badger football game and especially as families travel back and forth from vacation this weekend. i will be riding along with one of the patrols and we will have more for you on how it reporting highway 100, rebecca klopf today's tmj4. a trail of wreckage where a car rolled off 794 overnight nobody was seriously hurt--our casey geraldo is live by the pile of what's lt to explain what happed. the tre stherearted where the truck ft 794... it ended up this ll o ok juslahomaafter ig pieces of the rolled truck in a tree and on the hill tell the story...neighbors say they didn't hear the crash- but
said, at first i thought it was a fire, but i came past this morning and i guess it was a big accident." a big single-car accident.the milwaukee county sheriff's office says they were called at 11:50 to a rollover cr.. like this wreckage shows... ey ll today's tmj4 the truck went off the expressway and rolled down the hill... taking this tree with it... "they must have hit and knocked the side over because it just looked like... a mess."the sheriff's department says the truck landed on its side on oklahoma car got out on their own...and walked away. but the driv had to be cut out....luckily he has already been treated and released from the hospital. seeing all this wreckage... neighbors tell me it worries them.at six- the driver could face charges after this crash- i'll tell you what deputies are recommending.in bay view, casey geraldo, today's tmj4. weather for the labor day
the north shore health department reports a dead crow tested positive for west nile virus. it's the first bird that tested positive for west nile in milwaukee county since testing began may first. mosquitoes can transmit west nile to humans.symptoms of west nile include fever, headache, muscle aches, rash and fatigue. classes were cancelled at messmer prep this morning it was extinguished but since officials had to shut off the power--so the principal made the decision to cancel "we're optimistic we'll be back in business after the labor day weekend. we assessing the damage in that classroom." no students were in the building at the time of the fire. san francisco 49'ers quarterback colin kaepernick again did not stand for the national anthem. he so ga against the packers. last night kaepernick ?knelt? during the anthem. kaepernick says he's refused to stand for
not, in his words "show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." after the game he said some people are misinterpreting his protest. "i realize that men and women of the military go out and sacrifice and put themselves in harm's way....for my freedom of speech and my freedoms in this country and my freedom to take a seat or take a knee. so i have the utmost respect for them and i think what i did was taken out of context and spun a different way." kaepernick said he will continue his protest. he also said he will get involved in communities to help with racial injustice and donate some of his salary to the cause "i am planning to take it a step further i'm currently working with organizations to be involved and making sure i'm actively in these communities as well as donating the first million dollars that i make this year to different organizations to help these communities and
49'ers teammate eric reid also knelt during the national anthem. so did seahawks cornerback jeremy lane in his game against the iders. decision 2016 coverage now. n-b-c hosts hilly inton and ld trump's fit joint appean of the campaign. re on todat-m-j fourdnesy n-b-c's lester holt will host the first ?debate? between clinton and trump on september 26th. c-b-s hosts the october 4th, a-b-c and c-n-n host the debate october 9th, and fox hosts the final bate october 19th. the next game ?? for the packers. they finished the pre-as last night. find out who stood out later in sports--also coming up: what's bend the idea of taking the classroom to the ?streets.?
lookt isvideo and keep an eye on the left part of your screen. the man driving that up tck ck apparently had some kind of medical issue. he drove his car raight into a river. h was rescued and di't suffer any serious injuries. learning was not idle for some kids this summer, thanks to l classroom to the ets-reits a story that is positively milwaukee. "you guys ready" welcome to stemfest in the streets---- "you've got to think about your aim your trajectory and how far your going to throw it ok.."an innovative way to bring science technolgoy t a sample of a soundboard ds from a betty brinn museum instructor--and students got a lesson in physics..trying to throw a penny in a cup--winners got a free book--
president of alego-it stands for african american ladies empowered to grow opportunities-her group hopes to dole out 70 thousand books by october-- " i remember when i was a little girl i would just love to go to the library and sit and read, i would hate when i had to leave" " thats what i want for the kids of milwaukee i want them to love it like that"alego member karen weesler peterson knows reading has lifelong benefits "if a child learns how to read they are absolutely""it is extremely important to invest in our children theyll be tomorrows workers, leaders and they will be takingare of us when we got old"this outdoor learning lab ispossible anks to st. ma ame, betty brinn childrens museum, and sams ho tecydatifounsuch coion atallowshese studen to op chapters of success--" as you know carole the countrys that have the test literacy rate one the big pieces expectation...so our our expectation is that our kids
cant master any subject because you've got to read for everything"and kids have a big thank you for a major sponsor" thanks sams hope foundation" alego --is all about service to the community,. and using new ideas to make an impact steppenwolf... get your mor running. you can hear the roar of harley's in southeast wisconsin as the milwaukee rally kicks off. more than 100 thousand kers a in town to celebrate all things harley and the history of the all american bikes in milwaukee.businesses including zads bar on the city's south side, and ma fisher's on farwell say the bikers bring in big bucks each year. it doubles. our business at least. yesterday we were really busy and we anticipate having a busy weekend.. hotels are also benefiting from the
but the big event on sunday is the harley davidson museum custom bike show. devastating floods are not keing louisiana fans away from titletown-- shannon sims is in the newsroom with a story new at six. thanks george and carole.as the badgers get ready to play the tigers at lambeau field, we caught up with some bayou state fans.. tonight.. they share the hardships the've overcome, just to see thier favorite team. on john malan's labor day weekend forecast is still ahead. and we'll get the latest on the tropical storm that's bringing heavy rain to the east coast.
florida's gulf coast overnight. the storm is moving up the east coast. many labor day weekend activities have been governor rick scotpraised the people of his state for heg other through the storm. "heroes across our state answer ed theast night to help those in ed. for example, in pasco county, fire rescue personnel and sheriff's deputies rescued 18 pele from rising flood waters and got them to safety. in families from flooded areas and the state provided more an 75,000 sandbags to residents in impacted communities." this kite surfer took advantage of the wind and waves to get in a good ride. johnan is here now with
get high speed internet from at&t. keep calm, your internet's on. packers finshedoff their preseason with a to 7 loss last night in in kansas city. the packers now have to trim their roster and get it down lped his chances with his playinasnight's lossin kansas city.the former division three quarterbackhit big tight end jared cook for this five yard touchdown, in packers7-nothin.later in the 2nquarter he foujarred abbrederis for a bi40 yard gain.callahan, who finished the day with 143 yards passing and touchdownwould've had bigger numbers if receivers like ty mongomerywould've held on to the football..here's our
lance says with guys on the so called bubblejarred abbrederis probably the most assuredof being on the roster very route confidentthis season ran great routes and obviously he's staying injury free((jared says) i feel real good with the amount of work that i put in in camp and what i was ableto accomplish so will see what happens i'm excitedfor the season(( joe says)) it's something out of your handsit's always hard all you can do right now is be confident in the work that you've done so farand i am(( sh says)) i'm just gonna wait around and see get a call our not i've enjoyed the to able to do this you know there's only a certain percent of pe this and i'm one of them and i've enjoyed every bit of it lance says i thinkthose two interceptions are gonna opening up some eyes shoot i hope so(lance says) during the game jordy nelson saidhe'll be ready go for week one at jacksonvillea positive sign th theteam feels very good heading into the regular season in kansas citynce allan for today's tmj4
davis got hurt in last night's loss.davis took this big hit along the sidelines, after making this first down catch in the first quarter.he stayed in the game for a few more plays, before finally leaving with pain in his shoulder.no word from the packers yetin the extent of his injury and the brewers are
back in action tonight in pittsburgh,. opening up their series against the pirates.that's sports were backwith more news
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breaking news tonight. monster holiday storms, stes of emergency hermi batters the soutast. torrential rain, flooding, powerful winds, 30 million on alert, all the way up to connecticut. labor day. soap crackdown, a bombshell from the fda, why it's banning anti-bacterial soap used by millions. >> clinton's fbi files, what she didn't understand about handling classified material and how a concussion impacted her answers. outrage over a former stanford university swimmer now free after serving just three months for sexual assault.