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if you're shanahan.bridget thanks for joining us this afternoon. i'm vince vitrano. and i'm bridget shanahan.if you're just joining us-- here's a look at your top stories today. local students are scrambling to find out what this means for their education. i-t-t technical institute t-t technical institute announced it is closing campuses... those in greenfield and madison. the college says the closures are due to an investigation and sanctions investigation and sanctions by the u-s department of education over recruiting and accounting practices at the school. i-t-t has 140 campus locations in 35 states. racine police are looking for a gunman who shot a man inside a home... right across the street from st. catherine's high school. happened overnight... and classes this morning near 12th and villa were not affected. the victim was taken by flight for life to the hospital. we do not know his condition this
concern that the shooting happened so close to school... and that the gunman is still out there. an early morning explosion and fire injures a man working at a grainery in ixonia. firefighters aren't sure what caused the blast but say it may have been a dust explosion -- that can happen when grain byproducts and dust mix.
u-s district court judge rudolph randa dies at the age of 76-- following a battle with cancer.randa was appointed to the federal bench in 1992 by president george h.w. bush.he was born in milwaukee and earned his law degree at u-w.one of his rulings included the john doe investigation into governor scott walker's campaign.randa died early monday. jury trial starts today for a man accused of starting a fire that killed two children and seriously injured their
facing murder and arson charges in connection with the deadly house fire at 36th and silver spring last october. president obama is on a historic visit to laos to heal war wounds and reinvigorate relations with a country with rising strategic importance to the u-s. as ron allen reports-- this comes after the president obama abruptly canceled a meeting with the philippine president. a historic morning in laos as president obama becomes visit this tiny landlocked nation of just 6 million people that america bombed so heavily during the vietnam war. "whatever the cause, whatever our intentions, war inflicts a terrible toll innocent men, women and children."the president announced the us would spend 90 million dollars over 3 years to help clear millions of bombs that did not explode.the president here as laos hosts a summit of south east asian nations where mr.
meeting with philippine president rodrigo duterte after a vulgar insult when he thought mr. obama would criticize him for thousands of killing of drug lords since duterte came to power.today through a spokesman duterte apologized..."we also regret that it came across as a personal attack on the us president."that after more diplomatic drama for president obama in china where he locked horns with russian leader vladimir putin... an intense 90 minute face to face over syria perhaps their last while obama is in office... the unable to agree on a ceasefire. "here is laos, president obama while attending the summit will also visit a relief agency that helps victims of the bombings. the government of laos said it would step up efforts to help recover the remains of us troops. now back to you." decision 2016 nowdonald trump has an edge over hillary clinton-- that according to a new c-n-n o-r-c poll. it shows the republican presidential candidate leading over his democratic opponent by two points among likely voters.he
clinton's 43-percent.according to the poll-- most voters say they still expect to see clinton prevail in november. but it's a different story on a new n-b-c survey monkey poll. that poll shows clinton leading by six percentage points over trump.clinton has 48 percent while trump has 42 percent.the nbc poll was conducted among registered voters. gun sales are on track to break another record. background checks have increased six percent from august 2015.more than one million checks were done last month. the month of august since the f-b-i started conducting background checks in 1998.in fact, every monthly tally this year has hit an all-time high. the search is on for three men caught on camera stealing more than 60 guns from a southeastern minnesota gun store.within 60 seconds-- the burglars took between 60 and 80 guns and a backpack full of ammunition.the store's owner values the stolen items at 40- thousand dollars.one of the thieves was cut during the
the blood for d-n-a evidence. jury selection is set to begin in a trial determining who should pay the victims of a deadly 2013 building collapse in philadelphia.six people killed and 13 injured when an unbraced four-story brick wall collapsed on an adjacent salvatioarmy thrift store. about 120 potential jurors are to be interviewed tuesday. those selected will determine if negligence by any defendant contributed to the collapse. new video shows the moments when a group of people over an iconic rock formation in oregon. cellphone video shows the group of visitors pushing over the structure known as the "duckbill." park officials originally thought the rock fell because of weather conditions... or just old age. the incident remains under review and criminal charges are being considered. firefighters battled a blaze this morning near a popular spanish holiday destination. the fire, which started sunday afternoon, has burned just over two-thousand acres.about 14-hundred people have been
some people to return briefly to collect belongings. the fire is being investigated as possible arson. at least one home and 600 acres have been charred by a wildfire burning in northern california.the so-called "saddle fire" began yesterday afternoon.the fire is only 10- percent contained and threatens about 300 structures. a mandatory evacuation order is in effect for the area.so far, there are no reports of injuries.the cause of the fire is under investigation. more local news now of wisconsin is commemorating those impacted by nine-eleven. the bloodcenter is hosting a special donor event this friday at its downtown milwaukee center.anyone who donates from september 9th through the 16th will receive a special commemorative t-shirt.plus donors can call the phone bank to speak to first responders to thank them for their service. the 8th annual milwaukee film festival announces the opening of its festival box office this thursday.you can start buying tickets to individual films online, in person at the
office and by phone.milwaukee film members can access the box office tomorrow.last year's film festival had a record 77 sold out screenings. the film festival starts september 22nd. a wisconsin couple is looking to reunite a dog with its owners after they say the dog floated down the mississippi river.the family saw the beagle struggling in the fast- moving river while camping at the big h campground, last week. they've named the dog annie and say the na fits her. ""the night that she came in it was our so we thought that was cute to name her annie for anniversary and it kind of fit the whole orphan annie too." the couple 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. still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and -- the unusual place the zika
taking a look at the market right now...dow:nasdaq:s and p: scientists have found evidence of the zika virus in tears.the research from washington university school of me and will have be replicated in humans before the findin might apply to people.the new study can help doctors learn more about how zika affects the eyes and vision. more americans are eating a gluten-free diet ... even though rates of celiac disease have remained eady.rutgers university researchers estimate nearly two million people have celiac disease ... which is a slight decrease from five years ago.but the number of gluten-free eaters without the condition has tripled ... reaching nearly
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 tonight. check out-- dubai's latest project -- a tropical rainforest inside a skyscraper hotel. architects say the over 75-thousand square foot rainforest will include adventure trails, a beach, a splash pool, waterfalls, streams and a rainforest cafe.the complex will consist of two 53-story towers -- and will welcome its first guests in 2018. here's a live look outside at... meteorologist brian gotter is back with the storm
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>> john: so that's what i've been working on. now, i got to get running. >> victor: thank you for everything, john. >> john: yeah, um. got a second? [ominous music] ? ? theresa and brady's wedding is tomorrow. i expect you will find time to fix things with him by then? >> victor: tried that the last time u asked me. wasn't interested. >> john: try harder. ? ? >> brady: frank, i appreciate it. i owe you one. >> theresa: your friend, he can do something?