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sunday in glendale. the incident happened on the northbound side near keefe avenue. sheriff's have not released information about what led up to the shooting -- but a witness claims to have seen two cars in a road rage incident around the time the baby was shot. we have calls into the sheriff's office. the future of the estabrook dam could be decided tonight. glendale's common council will consider a resolution to remove the dam.a county circuit judge declared the dam a nuisance back in 2012... and required the county to repair the problems or the national weather service has issued a beach hazard warning in the city of sheboygan.it starts at two this afternoon and goes until late tonight.the national weather service says expects high waves and use caution. a beach hazard warning was also issued earlier this month. a beautiful start to the work week with clear skies and
a group of clergy members is set to converge on the state capitol today to protest a capitol today to protest a list of issues ranging from poverty to hatred.the protest, dubbed a "higher ground moral day of action" is one of 30 demonstrations set to take place at state capitol buildings and city halls nationwide.the protests are part of the "moral monday" movement tt 2013 to rail against conservative policies that advocates say hurt the poor and minorities. 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- pacific partnership.johnson meanwhile won't say whether he's for or against t-p-p,
many other senators in giving president obama authority to fast-track negotiations. it's now less than 2 months until election day . early absentee voting in milwaukee will start earlier and include multiple locations.if you live in milwaukee, you can vote as early as september 26th. mayor tom barrett predicts by increasing the early absentee voting locations and expanding the times... more voters will turn out.the 3 locations open this year -- the frank p zeidler building-- the midtown shopping center-- and the forrest home library. voters in the city we expect an increase from that 37 thousand to approximately 60 thousand early voters in the city. last year , early in- person voting was offered for a total of 110 hours and only at one location.this year -- at all 3 locations -- there will be a combined total of 725 hours of early voting. donald trump wants to debate hillary clinton without a moderator because he says the debate system is quote "being
c-n-b-c that he's afraid he won't be treated fairly. the first of three debates is scheduled for september 26th. trump says he and clinton should "sit there and just debate" with no moderator. even though pneumonia is forcing hillary clinton to cancel campaign events, she plans to teleconference into a big fundraiser today. this video shows clinton stumbling into her van yesterday after leaving the 9-11 ceremony at ground zero.her aides say she became overheated and dehydrated.clinton was seen a short saying she felt great.clinton cancelled her trip to california this week but tonight's fundraiser in san francisco will go on. new york state has reopened the window for september 11th workers and volunteers to file a health claim.governor andrew cuomo signed a law yesterday, extending the claims filing deadline until september 11th 2018.thousands of people who helped in the rescue and recovery efforts were diagnosed with respiratory ailments and other health problems in the years after
a travel advisory to florida could soon be lifted if there are no new cases of zika.the number of confirmed zika cases is holding steady at 56.the c-d-c says it could lift its travel advisory for a one-square mile zone in miami on september 19th.miami's mosquito control team is spraying insecticide in the area... and plans to continue to do so for the next two weeks. more news nowa high-profile trial of a georgia father accused of intentionally killing his 22-month-old son resumes today. harris left his son in a sweltering hot s-u-v back in 2014. gabe gutierrez reports on round two of jury selection.. from the beginning....justin ross harris has maintained that the death of his son cooper.. was every parent's worst nightmare."cooper's death was a horrible gut- wrenching accident..."but prosecutors say it was no accident.they claim 22- month-old cooper was murdered by a man who wanted to escape
us he has a whole second life with alternate lives and personas."in dramatic testimony shortly after harris was arrested....police claimed that...as his son lay dying in a sweltering s-u-v....harris was exchanging sexually explicit text messages with six women...one of them just 16 years old.prosecutors said harris had also researched child deaths in hot cars...and life without children.in one online chat...he posted...."i love my son and all, but we both need escapes." "it proves motive because he was unhappy in his marriage - we plan to show that he wanted to live a child- free life.."harris has pleaded not guilty to sixteen counts....including murder and child cruelty.a key witness in this case...could be harris' former wife leanna taylor.her lawyer tells nbc news she remains convinced their son's death was an accident.the defense is going to argue that the prosecution has to prove far more than whether this defendant was an imperfect or
have to prove that he's a murderer." gabe gutierrez reporting. the trial is expected to last six weeks. the u-s will conduct a bomber flight over south korea tomorrow in a show of force against north korea after it recently carried out its 5th nuclear test.north korea set off its most powerful nuclear blast to date on friday. officials saying it had mastered the ability to mount a warhead on a ballistic missile and ratcheting up united nations have been powerless to contain. former prime minister david cameron announced today that he was stepping down as member of britain's parliament. cameron had earlier resigned as prime minister after failing to convince british voters in june to remain in the european union in a referendum.he said at the time he planned to remain in parliament, although he would no longer have a leadership role. new pictures from mars show some spectacular rock formations, hills and plateaus.
the images last thursday.the area is near what's known as "mount sharp," which formed billions of years ago.you can expect to see more pictures. nasa is going to compile several large, color images of the area in the near future. still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and the bacteria that could help experts predict newborn babies risk of developing allergies and asthma. 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 you should be paid 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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allergies by the age of two and asthma by age four.these findings could help develop new treatments to prevent allergies ... before they're able to form. for years, medical professionals have known the benefits of breastfeeding.it can help strengthen a baby's immune system and protect against several childhood maladies. now, a couple of studies out of europe have added to the list.kim hutcherson has this health report. two new studies out of europe offer more proof that breast- feg mother and baby.the first study indicates that babies who are genetically predisposed to developing asthma are less likely to do so if they are breastfed. researchers looked at genes associated with asthma risk. they found that infants who carried this genotype had a 27- percent lower chance of developing respiratory symptoms if they were
breastfed, there was a trend toward increased risk of respiratory symptoms.the study was presented at the european respiratory society's international congress.the seco udy shows that breast cancer survivors who breastfeed their infants have a better chance of long-term survival.researchers examined data related to cancer survival rates and lifetime breast-feeding history.they found that women who breastfed their babies for at least six months had better survival rates -- 20 years after undergoing surgery for primary breast cancer.you can read the study for yourself in the official journal of medicine.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. here's a live look outside at... meteorologist jesse ritka is back with the storm
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 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
russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to ron johnson on social security: johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. narrator: as senator, johnson's been working to turn it into one. he wants to
privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson
narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors. not
for wisconsin. let's take a look at 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 ten. virginia city, nevada. people racing on camels and ostriches. this is nothing new to the folks in virginia city.the competition started 57 years ago -- and has been going on ever since.
>> shawn: hong kong? >> claire: um, i'm supposed to go meet grandma, so i'll be back here in, like, an hour. >> belle: oh. >> claire: okay. just listen and don't blow up. just think. [soft music] ? ? >> shawn: so, what, you're going on a trip? >> belle: uh... it's a job offer. big opportunity. >> shawn: in hong kong. >> belle: yeah. chad is cleaning out dimera enterprises. we're gonna go and make sure the business is legitimate. and there's a very special problem in hong kong named mr. shin, so... chad wants me to relocate for a while. >> shawn: how long?