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and run driver: how you can help police find the person who crashed- into a packed restaurant-- then took off. then -- food allergy spike: what all parents-- need to know before they send their kids to school with lunch money. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. after one of the nicest labor day weekends in years across the entire state, the humidity
right now police are searching for the person who drove a car into a west side restaurant. customers were inside eating dinner at the time but the driver didn't stick around. ann sterling is live with more. an suv drove into ashley's bar-b-que here on center st. sunday evening.the restaurant was open and two customers were hurt by flying concrete. this morning the entryway and front of the store is now boarded up. but the kitchen was not damaged, so the owner is continuing to cook. he was at the restaurant all day yesterday -- serving up meals on labor day. and the
owner of ashley's darnell ashley says the place was pretty busy when the suv plowed he says-- the driver first got out of his suv and checked on everyone -- but then took off. he also says the two customers who were hurt by flying concrete -- recover. ashley is not sure yet how the business will be fixed -- but he's been in business for 18 years so he says this won't stop him -- he plans to keep cooking through it.right now -- police are still looking for the person responsible. a milwaukee man accused of shooting and killing another man outside the district six police headquarters is expected in court today for a bail hearing.police say 65- year-old randall drescher got into an argument with a man outside the police station.he then allegedly pulled a gun and shot the other man. drescher walked into the police station along with his friend and turn themselves the jury trial for a man accused of starting a fire
seriously injured their grandmother is slated to start today.michael morgan is facing murder and arson charges in connection with the deadly house fire at 36th and silver spring last new this morning-a man is in police custody -- accused of driving drunk, and causing this rollover crash in sheboygan.police say it happened last night at south 15th and weeden creek road. there were no ?serious injuries new and startling information in the jacob wetterling case. we now know the suspect in the case who lead jacob's body -- may have a been working on a plea deal when he gave authorities that information.this is the suspect danny heinrich -- jacob disappeared when he was just 11 years old -- back in 19-89 near his home in central last week after years of the case being cold -- jacob's remains were found on a farm about 30 miles from where he was last seen.we also know heinrich is in jail on child pornography charges right now -- according to court documents he's been interviewed at least four
local media is sighting sources and reporting that heinrich may have told investigators about where jacob's body was while working on a plea deal for the case -- legal experts surmise he could be working on getting a better spot in prison. this saturday l-s-u will be without one of their offensive linemen following a late hit on wisconsin's d'cota dixon. josh boutte will miss the home opener against jacksonville state.boutte was ejected after the late hit on dixon. according to l-s-u, he called dixon to apologize. commissioner says the one game suspension is appropriate and no further penalty will mayor tom barrett is working to get milwaukee back into shape.he's holding a luncheon with the commissioner of health at the milwaukee athletic club.they'll be discussing a wide range of health topics and how wisconsin's largest city impacts the rest of the today marks the eighth annual "freshman day of service" at carroll university.nearly 700 first-year students will volunteer with 30 different nonprofits and local
milwaukee areas.when the day is done... the volunteer effort will result in more than two-thousand volunteer hours given in one day. tonight nicolet high school is honoring longtime and recently retired swim coach dwight davis.davis retired earlier this year and will be presented with a plaque for his achievements before tonight's girl's swim meet versus grafton. current students, alumni and local families are invited to join the celebration tonight at six. today is your last chance to check out the boerner botanical gardens for free.the summer season is once again coming to an end.every first tuesday of the month from may through september all milwaukee county residents were able to visit the gardens at no charge.the gardens open this morning at eight and stay open until six up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the wisconsin school district-- dealing with a record number of cases-- of kids dealing with dangerous food allergies.then -- tackling tough issues: the
will be facing when they head back to work today-- and how long they'll be chipping away at that list-- before they go on break again. taking a live look outside... today a couple of inspiring young girls who make music videos to bring awareness to a difficult disease.plus a car show with a special mission to
after one of the nicest labor day weekends in years across the entire state, the humidity and heat started to build yesterday with highs in the mid 80s. this morning is partly cloudy, very warm and humid with lows near 70. it's back to work and school today, and it will be hot and steamy with highs near 90, and a few scattered t'storms late afternoon. showers are
wisconsin school districts are dealing with a spike in students with serious food allergies.madison schools are reporting record numbers.cases range from peanuts to celiac disease.the district's health services coordinator says its unclear whether its an increase in allergies or just improved diagnostics. madison schools educate classmates about their peers' conditions.they say it not only teaches students to be aware of what food they're bringing to class, but also prevents when 2 longtime rivals step on the football field the focus is always on the win. but friday night at bayview high school the heart of the game was about one man: the team's
coach vince is a 26 year old newlywed with a 10 month old baby and a second on the way. just after the family bought a home down the road from bayview high school, he was diagnosed with cancer. if you're a football person, you fall back on faith, family and football and if it wasnt for all 3 of those things working together, i dont know where i would be right now. coach finished phase one of chemotherapy, but still has at least six more months of treatment. now, so his family has set up a 'you caring' page. you can find a link to that page if you click on this story on our website. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--fighting the flu! why doctors say getting your kids a flu shot ?now-- will help protect them from the tough flu season ahead. also-- campaign crunch time: how both major presidential candidates-- are kicking off the final stretch of their campaigns-- and the challenges
new video just released reportedly shows the latest round of ballistic missiles fired by north korea off the country's east coast.also shown in the video -- kim jung un -- wat launch as it was happening. there was no date for the test fire shown in the video -- but south korean officials say the north fired three suspected medium range missiles just yesterday -- they reportedly traveled more than six hundred miles.japanese offiicials are saying they landed in the sea of japan. according to north korean state media --- the rocket launch was successful and kim jung un was there to judge their capability for combat performance.
security forces sealed off the centre of kabul today as they battled gunmen who barricaded themselves inside the offices of an international aid group after a car bomb attack. officails say one person was killed, six wounded and 31 were rescued. this latest attack in a prosperous business and residential area of the capital took place just hours after a taliban suicide attack near the defense ministry killed at least 24 people. president morning with his laotian counterpart in day two of his three day trip to laos.obama is the first sitting u-s president to visit the isolated, landlocked nation in southeast asia. the president is one of several world leaders visiting the country of nearly seven million people, which is hosting the annual meeting of the association of southeast asian nations. congress finally returns to work today.after their seven week recess, lawmakers have a lot of work to do.items on the agenda include funding for the government, funding to help
confirmation of a new supreme court justice.presidential politics are expected to hover over all business in the month before lawmakers leave washington again to go home and campaign. after one of the nicest labor day weekends in years across the entire state, the humidity and heat started to build yesterday with highs in the mid 80s. this morning is partly cloudy, very warm and humid with lows near 70. it's back to work and school today, and it will be hot and steamy with highs near 90, and a few scattered t'storms late
t'storms are likely tonight with lows in the lower 70s. summer heat and humidity sticks around for wednesday with highs in the upper 80s and scattered afternoon t'storms likely. heavy rain is likely along a cold front wednesday night, and temps and humidity drop a little bit on thursday with highs in the lower 80s. another cold front will cause t'storms to develop on friday with highs in the 70s. behind that front, the weekend looks cooler and drier with sunshine, highs in the
day of the fall campaign.after labor day we're in the final stretch.tracie potts is live in washington this morning with more on their gameplan. (cleveland, ohio :00-:06) donald trump heads to virginia and north virginia and donald trump ohio :00-:06)(cleveland, donald trump heads to virginia and north carolina today, still explaining immigration (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee :07-:11) "you're going to have to go back in."and defending his laid-back debate prep. no cramming. no mock debates. (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential :18)people do so much prep when they get they can't speak."(nats of hillary coughing @cleveland, oh rally) hillary clinton's talked so much she's losing her voicebut still criticizing but still criticizing trump for getting into a twitter war getting into a twitter war with mexico's president.(sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee :26-:31) "he managed to turn his trip
international incident." clinton's in florida today...sending her surrogates to other battleground states. (sot: senator bernie sanders/ (i) vermont :37-:41)"hillary clinton is the superior candidate, hands down."as this campaign enters the final stretch:early voting begins in a few weeksthe first debate at the end of september and election day now just over two months away. clinton d her super-pac plan to saturate t-v with tens of millions of trump's planned a smaller ad buy, starting this week. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --the one thing that could be increasing children's chances at developing allergies.also-- the type of flu vaccination that many pharmacies will not
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! russ feingold: do you think girl 1: definitely. 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!
health... many parents aren't caring for a child with a concussion properly.around 75- percent of them would wake their child during the night to check on them.however, doctors say disrupting sleep may prevent the brain from healing faster.. children exposed to antibiotics early in life ... may be more likely to develop allergies in the future.a british study found taking just one course of antibiotics before the age of two -- increased the risk of eczema by 15 to 41-percent.early antibiotic use also 56-percent.the link was even stronger among kids treated with two or more courses of antibiotics. as summer nears it's end... it will once again be time for flu vaccinations.pediatricians recommend the flu vaccine for children over six months old. but... many doctors will not offer the nasal spray vaccine this year ... after studies showed it does not protect against many strains of the flu virus. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --the popular
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and what crews-- will be upgrading at the milwaukee landmark. then -- harley history: why the milwaukee based company-- is getting some national attention-- later today. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim. vince vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with brian gotter. after one of the nicest labor day weekends in years across the entire state, the humidity and heat started to build yesterday with highs in the mid 80s. this morning is partly cloudy, very warm and humid with lows near 70. it's back to work and school today, and it will be hot and steamy with highs near 90, and a few
t'storms are likely tonight with lows in the lower 70s. incident free dry roadsslow downs on 894 northbound and 94 east major construction starting back up again at 6 ambrewers versus the cubs at 7:10 tonight expect delays during the evening commute watertown plank and greenfield shut down tonight at 11 till 4:30 am. watertown plank going
greenfield ave going northbound on 894 we're following breaking news- - happening right now in racine. police are investigating a shooting-- near 12th and villa. police tell us the victim was shot multiple times and has been flown to froedtert with critical injuries. no one's been arrested. thousands applied --- happening right now.... the small number of people selected eligible for rent assistance . ann sterling is live in milwaukee county, with a look ahead. in july -- the county opened up the application process for the first time in 15 years.at that time -- they expected more than 10 thousand people to register. with that large number -- the county is using a lottery system.right now -- they are contacting 2 thousand people
apply for rent assistance. here's how it works.if your number is on the list:you will receive a call when a voucher is made available. the director of milwaukee county housing assistance is hoping about 100 vouchers will be available each year. the director says its been 15 years since someone could even apply -- because the need is so great and the program has been working to make changes. they have been auditing clients to make sure the those people don't qualify anymore than they are out of the program and a new person can step in. police in oconomowoc are looking for two men they say robbed tobin's gift and pharmacy this weekend. the owner of the store says the men were in and out within two minutes ... stealing drugs from the pharmacy. oconomowoc police hope tips from the public will help them track down the crooks.
fencing surrounding sherman park spills out in public.the court sided with county executive chris able who believes the sheriff is preventing the public from enjoying the park.chris abele tells us he felt the fencing needed to go... to get this community back to normal after so much unrest on the 13th.for weeks. he hasn't been able to get hold of sheriff clarke we've sent letters for weeks trying to get in touch with the sheriff's office saying hey could you fence chris able had jail inmates tear the fencing down sunday morning.the sheriff ordered deputies put the fencing back up.it was finally ordered to be taken down after a courtroom showdown during a special session sunday.we reached out to sheriff clarke and have not heard back. another hearing on this is scheduled for wednesday. until then sherman park will remain open until 10 pm.
will open once again this morning, but officials still urge people to be cautious. more often than not just use good judgement out there. if you go out there in what looks like it might be dangerous then it probably is a swim warning expired at 11 monday night for sheboygan and ozaukee counties.sheboygan police closed the pier as a precaution.waves reached six feet high near the break wall. 11 people died in lake michigan last month. happening right now -- another closure for the show dome.it's open right now -- but will be shut dow -- the dessert and tropical dome are still closed this all of this comes after concrete began falling from all three of the domes early last year -- they were all closed for a while.the show dome reopened in the spring after officials said they found a shert term fix for that falling concrete -- the closure slated for next week is so electrical repairs can be made -- that's according to the county parks website. county parks officials are still trying to figure out what to do with the aging
has said it would cost 75 million dollars to rebuild the domes.the other two domes that are still closed are supposed to open this fall -- right now still no word on an exact date. the milwaukee county parks department is proposing an extension to connect the oak leaf trail to a sports complex in franklin. if the proposal passes, it would encourage more people to use the trail. bikers would be able to loop through the woods to rock sports complex filled with fun family activities.if passed the project would be completed this friday is the final fish fry and a flick at discovery world on milwaukee's lake front. this friday's flick is star wars: the force awakens... rated p-g 13. it's free to watch the movie, but food and drink carry ins are not allowed.there will be concession available to buy. the event starts at five... the movie starts at dusk. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the new t-v show focusing on the history of one
after one of the nicest labor day weekends in years across the entire state, the humidity and heat started to build yesterday with highs in the mid 80s. this morning is partly cloudy, very warm and humid with lows near 70. it's back to work and school today, with highs near 90, and a few scattered t'storms late afternoon. showers are t'storms are likely tonight with lows in the lower 70s.
a new t-v series focusing on the founders of milwaukee's famous motorcycle-maker... harley-davidson... is hitting primetime television tonight . the show is called harley and the davidsons.the show's creators used the harley davidson museum as a research center -- and allowed the davidson family to preview parts of the script. bill davidson... the great grandson of one of the un company... william a. davidson.... says the business has come a long way since it was started more than 1- hundred years ago. when you think back about those humble beginnings of those four founders working in a 10 by 15 wooden shed in the backyard of my great great grandparents its amazing to see that shed we have a replica here on the museum grounds and then know what our
catch the three-part miniseries airs tonight on the channel. a wisconsin couple is looking to reunite a dog with its owners after they say the dog floated down the mississippi river. the couple was camping -- when they saw the beagle struggling in the fast-moving river. they've named her annie for now .. and say the name fits her. "the night that she came in it was our wedding anniversary so we thought that was cute to name her annie for anniversary and it kind of fit the whole ph also discovered annie is deaf. it's unknown if the flood waters damaged her hearing, but it doesn't seem to deter annie from daily activities. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4the two reasons now might be the best time to buy new tires.then -- playing for the bears. an interview with former packer lineman josh sitton. the reason he says he quickly signed with the pack's arch-rival. says he quickly signed with the pack's arch-rival.
new information this morning on packer's legend bart starr's ongoing health struggles.we've just learned he underwent his cell treatment in mexico.his wife, cherry -- is telling u-s-a today that quote "everything went aboslutely great." starr has been working on recovery ever since he had a heart attack and was hit with a series of strokes.we were there with him last year as he went through rehab excercises in alabama ahead of a trip to green bay to see brett favre inducted into the packer's hall of fame.this is bart's third trip to tijuana for stem cells -- he and his wife think they're working. the treatments are experimental and have not been
says -- she is most hopeful about this latest round because she says bart's health is in a good spot right beyond wisconsin...today bill cosby will return to court for a hearing in the sexual assault case brought against him.cosby's lawyers will fight to keep out key evidence -- including nearly one-thousand pages of damaging testimony he gave in an accuser's lawsuit. he is charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman who he mentored at temple university in 2004. defense lawyers argue charged so he felt free to testify in the 2005 lawsuit. evacuation orders have been issued due to a fast-moving wildfire burning in northern california.the so-called saddle fire burning in butte county has exploded, burning more than half a square mile in a matter of hours.early reports indicate, at least two structures have been destroyed. mexico is on alert .. as hurricane newton bears down on its pacific coast.newton is
mexico with 75 mile per hour winds.the hurricane soaked parts of mexico monday. residents nailed plywood over windows and pulled in fishing boats in preparation.hurricane odile struck the area in 2014 as a category three storm, with 125 mile per hour now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after one of the nicest labor day the entire state, the humidity and heat started to build yesterday with highs in the mid 80s. this morning is partly cloudy, very warm and
incident free heavy traffic dry roadsslow downs on 894 northbound and 94 east and 94 west all near the zoo interchange major construction starting back up again at 6 am brewers versus the cubs at 7:10 tonight expect delays during the evening commute in today's money...many tire companies are offering rebates through the month of september. some major tire brands are offering 50 to 100 dollar rebates to customers buying a set of four tires.not only is the price right, but experts say it's a good time to make
winter. today is national read a book day... and a new pew research center survey reveals print books remain more popular among americans than their digital formats.it found 65 percent of americans have read a print book in the last year. that's more than double the 28 percent that read an e- today, the green bay packers will unveil a new line up of concession items for the 20-16 season.they include:"the pig skin" : a bacon wrapped potato with bacon, cheddar cheese sour cream and chili. the hail mary brat: foot long brat with bloody mary seasoning, and toppings jalapeno popper brat: foot long brat with jalapenos and cheesea cheesecake cone... guess that one speaks for itself.and the grub tub -- which attaches to the top of your beverage to carry food items all in one hand it came as a surprise to many packers fans when the team announced they were letting go
shocking might be seeing sitton suited up with a giant "c" on his helmet. he's now playing for the bears, but contends it's nothing personal and it's all just business. (((josh says)) honestly it didn'thave anything to do with sticking it to the packers more familiar with the division i was close to where i was. i think the weatherup here um we had a few otherteam interested obviously it'sto damn hot in the south 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... tight race: new figures out this morning-- that could give you a better idea-- who might wind up being the next president of the united
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- remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
phone today. in july -- the county opened up the application process for the first time in 15 years.at that time -- they expected more than 10 thousand people to with that large number -- the county is using a lottery system.right now -- they are contacting 2 thousand will get the chance to apply for rent assistance. here's how it works.if your number is on the list:you will receive a call when a voucher is made available. the director of milwaukee county housing assistance is hoping about 100 vouchers will be available each year. the director says its been 15 years because the need is so great and the program has been working to make changes. they have been auditing clients to make sure the right people are getting the help.if those people don't qualify anymore than they are out of the program and a new person can step in. happening right now: milwaukee police need your help to find the person who drove into a west side restaurant... then bolted. it happened sunday--
were ?inside the restaurant when it happened. two of them got hit by flying debris, but anything, call police. two new political polls out this morning in the race for the white house a c-n-n... o- r-c poll has republican donald trump up 45 to 43 percent among likely voters ... a virtual tie given the polls margin of eror. the n-b-c survey monkey poll shows democrat hillary clinton leading by six percentage points 48 to 42. conducted among registered voters. a change in the way young people think about the black lives matter movementa new poll out just this morning finds that young white people, ages 18 to 30, now strongly or somewhat support that movement. but those same people worry about the rhetoric coming from the movement .. believing it may incite violence against
good morning. homestretch. clinton and trump kick their campaigns into high gear. >> hillary clinton would be a disaster. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. >> clinton up six points overall electoral map shows an even tougher mountain for trump to climb. withust 63 days to go can he turn things around? not over yet. hermine churning up more high winds and dangerous whip rip currents. warnings still in effect. beaches in new york closed for a third day. glitch in the system. overnight a major airline's glitch in the check-in system.