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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm bridget shanahan, in this morning for vince.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist jesse ritka. a beautiful start to the work week with clear skies and seasonable temperatures in the mid-70s today. the biggest problem will be the wind, kicking up from the south at 10-15mph to make it a slightly breezy day but not as
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incident freelight traffic starting to see more traffic out on the roads, but that's not causing any issues right now speeds are at or above posted developing this morning: major questions this morning-- after a baby becomes a shooting victim on the highway. it happened-- on i43 in milwaukee county. ann sterling is live along i43 near keefe-- this morning with an update. terrifying moments for this family as they were driving on
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help. right now the sheriff's office hasn't released any information about what happened -- but we did speak with a man who says he witnessed two drivers in a possible road rage incident -- around the same time this baby was shot.and he says he believes this silver car was one of the vehicles involved in that situation. according to the north shore fire department -- crews treated a 2-month-old girl in a parking lot exact location of the shooting though is unclear -- we do know last night-- authorities shut down a portion of i-43 near keefe to investigate. paramedics took the baby to children's hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the milwaukee county sheriff's office has not said what led up to the shooting -- or if
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breaking news now: florida authorities are investigating a fire at a mosque where orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen once attended. we're told the fire started just after 12-30 this morning and it's too early to tell if the fire was an accident-- or caused by an arsonist. mateen opened fire at the pulse nightclub in june --kiliing 49 people. his rampage was the worst mass shooting in modern u-s history. the jury trial begins today for waukesha man accused of man... a case that hinged on a shoe.35-year-old justin carl is accused of killing 40- year-old kevin hueman in august of last year.a shoe found at the crime scene led to carl's arrest.police say when they tired to take carl into custody, he stabbed himself in the throat. two people remain in the hospital this morning after a deadly crash at 32nd and atkinson.investigators say, the driver of an s-u-v lost
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around one sunday morning.two women were killed in the crash. the driver and another woman were taked to a hospital in serious condition. free trade is one of the central issues in wisconsin's senate race between republican senator ron johnson and democrat russ feingold. feingold is joining with republican donald trump, a bipartisan group of office holders and the traditionally solid democratic base of union workers by loudly voicing his displeasure for the trans- meanwhile won't say whether he's for or against t-p-p, even though he joined with many other senators in giving president obama authority to fast-track negotiations. a summit is set for thursday in northwestern wisconsin on whether the state should resume control of the growing wolf population.the great lakes wolves went off the endangered species list in 20-12, but were put back on the list in 20-14.summit organizers say the wolves are
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living in wisconsin, minnesota and michigan. new this morning: big changes coming to the miller lite oasis at the summerfest grounds. the company that runs summerfest, milwaukee world festival, inc, announced just this morning the stage area will get a big facelift, which will include a new bar called the 'miller lite brew house'... more hospitality areas, and a better marketplace. the changes will be ready to go by summerfest festival's 50th anniversary. you might have notice gas prices getting a little bit more expensive.the lundberg survey reports... gas prices have gone up by more than four-cents a gallon in the last three weeks.analysts say retailers are paying higher wholesale prices, but oil prices have started to drop which means prices at the pumps should soon go back down. this morning triple a puts the national average at 2-17 a gallon.wisconsin's average is 2-20.and in the milwaukee area
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the mystery winner of the july 487-millon dollar powerball jackpot is expected to be revealed today.the new hampshire lottery says attorneys for the winner are planning to come forward later today.they also plan to announce the winner's philanthropic plans for the winnings.it's unclear if the winner will make an appearance. we should be hearing more from packers coach mike mccarthy later today about the team's season opening win in jacksonville against the jaguars.the packers were doing everything to beat the heat in florida.the field temperature at times more than 100-degrees. but that wasn't having an effect on aaron rodgers who kept his cool.with 20-seconds left in the first half... rodgers throws a laser pass right into the hands of davante adams for a touchdown, as he's getting pulled to the ground. coming up at 6-45, wayne larrivee will be in with more on that play and the packers win over the jaguars. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--luxury car
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the reason behind it.then -- working longer before retirement.besides saving more money, the added benefit of working into your golden years. today - come celebrate the morning blend's 10th anniversarywe'll have some of our favorite moments over the last 10 years and lots of giveaways for our viewersthe
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the biggest problem will be the wind, kicking up from the south at 10-15mph to make it a slightly breezy day but not as windy as saturday was. tonight a cold front approaches to bring more clouds and keep the temperatures mild overnight but rain showers become more
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in today's money...a recent survey found a dramatic turn around when it comes to americans and their attitudes towards retirement.the pew research center reports nearly half of the country's 65- to-75-year-olds are still working... maybe only part-time, but still putting off full-time retirement."we found a big spike from our last survey in the number of people who would like to work for as long as possible for both reasons ...both because they like to work and because the money is great to have" with longer and longer life expectancies... it's getting harder for many people to save up enough money to feel comfortable about retiring. however, saving for retirement is just one part of the equation. "and it brings more than just money and something to do everyday, it brings
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network"cornfield says that becomes all important for those who live 20-30 years after retirement. when it comes to buying a home... the to buying a home... the rate has dropped the past seven years across all age groups.a new study shows the biggest drop continues to be among millennials. the homeownership rate among 25-34 year olds is just 39 percent... a rate expected to continue to fall for the next decade. experts say that means millennials will be renting for a lot longer. more and more working women are buying luxury cars.a new study by edmunds dot com found women purchased 41 percent of luxury vehicles sold in the u-s this year so far... that's compared to 37 percent five years ago.lexus is the leader in this group... with 47 and a half percent of its u-s sales going to women so far this year. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- more trouble: a teenager who lied about being a doctor, faces new fraud charges this morning. what
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crash: why this plane going down also means a difficult day ahead for so many car
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beyond wisconsin...jury selection begins in the murder ?retrial? of pedro hernandez, the accu six-year-old etan patz in new york in 19-79.hernandez was arrested in 20-12 after a relative tipped off police.his defense argued he "imagined his guilt" due to a mental disorder.the jury in hernandez's first trial deadlocked 11-1. police are trying to figure out what led a small plane to crash into a parking lot at reno-tahoe international airport... killing three people.investigators say the plane crashed almost immediately after takeoff.no
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no flights in or out of the airport were affected by the crash. but more than a dozen cars were damaged by the plane crashing into them. the teen who made headlines in florida after posing as a doctor is facing more fraud charges. 19-year-old malachi love-robinson was removed from a stafford, virginia car dealship after attempting to buy a car. employees say the teen brought a 73-year-old woman with him as a cosigner - while claiming to be the vice president of a company and love-robinson has been charged with three counts the new york city skyline was lit up last night at the annual national september 11 memorial and museum's "tribute in light."two beams of light illuminate the night sky in lower manhattan as a visual memorial to those who lost their lives 15 years ago.the beams from 88 searchlights represent the twin towers at the world trade center site. now to your weather and traffic together... with
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. tonight a cold front approaches to bring more clouds and keep the temperatures mild overnight but rain showers become more likely as the night wears on. tuesday will be more humid with highs in the mid-70s again however off and on scattered showers are possible as the cold front slowly drags across the state. generally a tenth of an inch up to a of a inch is possible by the time the cold front swings through. this front is bringing more than rain, temperatures drop into the 60s on wednesday on a breezy ne wind that will really make it feel like fall despite the eventual sunshine.highs will just barely touch the 70 degree mark on thursday even with blue skies and we'll stay in the low 70s for friday as our next weather-maker
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incident freestarting to see more traffic out on the roads, but that's not causing any issues right now speeds are at or above posted traveling on greenfield at 894 north will be cut tonight until 2:30 tomorrow morning decision 20-16 now: we got
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hillary clinton will not attend fundraisers in california today and tomorrow. they've been canceled after she got overheated at the 9-11 memorial in the 9-11 memorial in new york sunday.we later learned she's battling pneumonia. let's go live to tracie potts in washington with more on clinton's health. this video of hillary this video of this video of hillary clinton leaving the 9-11 memorial - clearly unstable and needing assistance - is raising questions.her doctor says she got overheated, and dehydrated - two days after being diagnosed with pneumonia. congressman joe crowley was standing right behind clinton. sot/rep. joe crowley (d) new york "it was very hot and stifling, very tight, inches from each other. "clinton later emergedsot/hillary clinton (d) presidential candidateit's a beautiful day
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better after resting at her daughter chelsea's apartment. clinton(are you feeling better?) yes, thank you very much. but she's canceled two days of fundraisers in california, under doctors orders to rest, with antibiotics.she's had health issues before.nats coughing a coughing fit last week that her doctor attributed to allergies.in 2012 she also became dehydrated - fainted - got a concussion - and a second blood clot.donald trump has questioned her stamina, questioned her stamina, but little is health history. and the reason this is an issue, one doctor put it, is things tend to happen with age. trump is 70. clinton turns 69 next month. whoever wins, they'll be the oldest or second oldest us president ever elected. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --what many doctors say most parents are guilty of doing when it comes to a certain kind of medication for kids.also-- the
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children playing soccer and how consistently they're
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in today's health... researchers say more than 80-percent of parents have made at least one dosing error when giving their children liquid medications.medications. most errors involved overdosing ... and using a cup rather than an oral syringe to measure medicine. pediatricians and the f-d-a recommend parents use dosing tools with standard markings -- rather than kitchen spoons, because they can a study from nationwide children's hospital finds soccer injuries have increased 111-percent each year ... between 19-90 and 20-14.the majority of injuries were among kids 12 to 17 years old and consisted years old and consisted mostly of sprains and fractures.concussions accounted for just seven- percent of soccer injuries, but increased by 15-hundred percent each year. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --the decision wisconsin's attorney general
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brendan dassey in the teresa halbach murder.also-- where you can go today to see steven avery's attorney talk about the "making a murder" documentary.
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now at 6:30-- then -- on top! the pack looking strong-- in the florida heat! voice of the packers-- wayne larrivee joins us at 6-45 to disect some of sunday's biggest moments-- and what the green and gold needs to do to stay on track for game two. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm bridget shanahan in this morning for vince.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together
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a beautiful start to the work week with clear skies and seasonable temperatures in the mid-70s today. the biggest problem will be the wind, kicking up from the south at 10-15mph to make it a slightly breezy day but not as windy as
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incident freestarting to see more traffic out on the roads, but that's not causing any issues right now 894 and 94 zipper merge issues speeds are at or above posted developing this morning: major questions this morning-- after a baby becomes a shooting victim. it happened-- on i43 in milwaukee county. ann sterling is live along i43 near keefe-- this morning with
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fire investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire at a business. this is video-- of fire trucks outside "kangaroo" off of brown deer road. we're told the fire started around 3 this morning. new from overnight-- crime scene tape-- and squad cars in a north side neighborhood. we shot this video-- of milwaukee police squads near 44th and fairmount. we do know police were out for hours collecting evidence. at this point, it's unclear who the victim is-- or what happened. we're learning more this morning about the murder on milwaukee's north side saturday night. milwaukee police now tell us the victim at first and keefe is a woman. investigators are still working to confirm the woman's identity and notify family members. the two men accused of killing a well known chef will be in court today for a preliminary hearing. 20-year-old hussain sami faces one count of first degree reckless homicide.... while 45-year-old imed chabbouh faces one count of aggravated battery. the two men were fighting with the victim ... shawn ostrom...
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six times. new this morning a family is out of their house this morning after a late night fire. it happened shortly after 10 last night at a home 10 last night at a home near 4th and keefe. the red cross says they're helping five adults and 9 children. defense attorney for steven avery... dean strang will be talking about the avery's case today at marquette. avery was is serving a life sentence for the murder of teresea halback. his case was made famous after being showcased in the docu- seiries "making a attorney general brad schimel says he will appeal a federal judge's order that overturned avery's nephew... brendan dassey's conviction for his role in the halbach murder. last month a federal judge overturned dassey's conviction, ruling detectives coerced dassey, who was 16 at time.. to confess.dassey will remain in prison while the state fights the court ruling that could court ruling that could set him free. area mascots will have to make
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rogers street academy will be judging "auditions their annual nutcracker performance. the mascots will compete for a small role in the show. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the new gadget that will allow pokemon go players to play the game without having to use their phones.then -- amanda knox documentary.where true crime fans will be able to catch the latest look at the infamous murder case. and taking a live look
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you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? 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!
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tonight a cold front approaches to bring more clouds and keep the temperatures mild overnight but rain showers become more likely as the night wears on. tuesday will be more humid tuesday will be more humid with highs in the mid-70s again however off and on scattered showers are possible as the cold front slowly drags
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you can now play pokemon go without having to stare at your phone.nintendo and the pokemon company are releasing pokemon go plus.it goes on sale this friday.pokemon go plus looks like a watch and connects to a smartphone via bluetooth.apple also recently revealed that pokemon go will be available on apple watch
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tesla will update the autopilot software with in the next two weeks.c-e-o elon musk just made the announcement on sunday.the company says the new software could have prevented a deadly crash in florida four months ago.tesla says the new system will rely more on radar, instead of cameras because cameras may not work well in some lighting conditions all of you true crime fans listen to this... a new documentary focusing on amanda knox ll september 30th.knox spent four years in prison, after being convicted of murdering her roommate, meredith kercher, in italy.but the conviction was later overturned and knox came back to the u-s.the documentary, titled "amanda knox", features interviews with key players in the case, including knox herself. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4real life review.what one of the flight attendants from the "miracle on the hudson" says about the
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packers wayne larrivee is in to break down the packers first win of the regular
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packers extra now! the packers are one and oh, heading into week two of the new season. the opener was a scorcher in jacksonville, florida! the voice of the packers wayne larrivee joins us for a
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and we'll get even more in depth with wayne-- on "green
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this morning. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist jesse ritka. tuesday will be more humid with highs in the mid-70s again however off and on scattered showers are possible as the cold front slowly drags across the state. generally a tenth of an inch up to a third of time the cold front swings through. this front is bringing more than rain, temperatures drop into the 60s on wednesday on a breezy ne wind that will really make it feel like fall despite the eventual sunshine.highs will just barely touch the 70 degree mark on thursday even
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our next weather-maker approaches. this will bring rain and storm chances for friday evening and throughout the day on saturday. beyond wisconsin...an interim truce is set today in syria... after a weekend of warfare.dozens of people were killed as government troops and rebels
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beyond wisconsin...an interim today in syria... after a weekend of warfare.dozens of people were killed as government troops and rebels appeared to be fighting to strengthen their positions in several parts of the country. the u-s and russia brokered the ceasefire aimed at easing the suffering of civilians and leading to more serious peace talks. german investigators are looking into how a river cruise ship hit a railroad bridge, killing two crew members.the nearly 200 passengers had to wait hours for a walkway that let them leave the ship.german media
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wheelhouse wasn't lowered in time. u-s supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg will speak at the university of notre dame today.justice ginsburg is expected to discuss a wide range of issues.she will be joined by u-s court of appeals judge and notre dame graduate ann claire williams. "sully" a movie about the 2009 "miracle on the hudson" is at the top of the box office after pulling in 35.5 million- dollars.doreen welsh was one of the flight at u-s airways flight 15-49.she says the movie was pretty spot on, besides a little embleshing when it came to the n-t-s-b investigation.doreen and the other crew members attended the film's premiere in new york where she was recoginzed by one of the film's stars. hanks knows my name"tom hanks was walking toward us and he pointed his finger at me and said 'doreen' and i thought tom hanks knows my name. (laugh)"dorren snapped a selfie with hanks before the night was over.she says his
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captain chesley "sully" sullenberger was phenomenal. aaron eckhart plays sully's co-pilot jeffrey skiles, who is from the madison area. 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... freeway shooting investigation: what we know about a crime-- that left a baby-- with a gun shot wound. more live at daybreak is next. and let's tonight's prime time lineup.. at 6:30 it's the now milwaukee. followed by "american ninja warrior" and "running wild with bear grylls"then it's more local news on live at
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that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... bi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes. talk about progress. [ chuckles ]
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with ann sterling. she's live in milwaukee county this morning-- where we're waiting for answers after a baby was what a scary situation for this family.they were driving on i-43...and had to get off at the hampton avenue exit to get help.
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happened -- but we did speak with a man who says he witnessed two drivers in a possible road rage incident -- around the same time this baby was shot.and he says he believes this silver car was one of the vehicles involved in that situation. according to the north shore fire department -- crews treated a 2-month-old girl in a parking lot near i-43 and hampton. the exact location of the shooting though is unclear -- paramedics took the baby to children's hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the milwaukee county sheriff's office has not said what led up to the shooting -- or if there are any suspects florida authorities are investigating a suspicous fire at a mosque attended by omar mateen... the gunman in a deadly orlando nightclub shooting. it happened early this morning. mateen... opened fire at the pulse nightclub back in june.... killing 49 people and wounding more than 50 others. hillary clinton will be resting while taking the next few days off from the campaign trail. that's doctor's orders. clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. she had to leave a 9-11 anniversary
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after becoming overheated and dehydrated at the ceremony. the future of the estabrook dam could be decided dam could be decided tonight. glendale's common council will consider a resolution to remove the dam.a county dam.a county circuit judge declared the dam a nuisance back in 2012... and required the county to repair the problems or demolish it. a light jacket at the bus stop for the kids this morning but they won't need it all day... a beautiful start to the work week with clear skies and seasonable temperatures in the mid-70s today. the biggest problem will be the wind, kicking up from the south at
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breezy day but not as windy as saturday was. see you in 25 minutes for your next check on weather and traffic. the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old.
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p 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- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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good morning. her health. hillary clinton cancels a trip to california after abruptly leaving a 9/11 ceremony at ground zero and nearly collapsing. why didn't her campaign disclose her dos days earlier. how serious is it and what impact will all of this have on the race? breaking overnight. fire destroys the mosque once attended by the shooter at the pulse nightclub in orlando. police say it is arson. was somebody trying to send a message on the 15th anniversary of 9/11. john benet's brother speaks out. >> seeing that as a little kid just kind of a chaotic nightmare. >> more from dr. phil's interview with burke ramsey.

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