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now at 4:30 - a live look from southeast wisconsin. rain is on the way and with that comes some cooler yesterday was gorgeous.. but tonight not so much. meteorologist scott steele joins us to tell us when that rain will be here. a cold front is sweeping through our neighborhoods this afternoon and should exit later this evening. that boundary is responsible for
to deal with today. as the system departs, we can expect more scattered showers on the way for tonight, especially early. on the back side of the system, clouds will linger into the first part of the day tomorrow, but the grey should diminish as we head into the afternoon with plenty of sunshine returning. high pressure then takes over for thursday with bright blue skies and a tranquil atmosphere. the biggest difference will be a cooler air mass. in fact, temperatures probably won't get out of the 60s tomorrow with a slow return to the seasonal low 70s by the end of the the n-c-a-a is the latest organization to pull events out of north carolina this is all because of a law some say leads to discrimination
decision. in a state where sport is part of its culture and prid north carolina's house bill 2 continues to cause controvers the national collegiate athletic association is moving seven of its championship events out of the state over "the" law "some" say is discriminatory against the l-g-b-t community. (s/ coach mike krzyzewski / head coach, duke university :18 - :22)"it's embarrassing for our state that this has happened and what our state has going through."hb-2 requires transgender people to use bathrooms corresponding to the gender on their certificates in government buildings. it also removes state anti-discrimination protections, for the l-g-b-t community and blocks local governments from expanding those (s/ coach krzyzewski / basketball university "our image is being tarnished."duke university, duke university, renown for its basketball program is one of several division one schools in the state taking a huge hi broadhead / duke :46 - :54)"i wish that the law had not been passed. i wish it would be repealed. and i think that the ncaa looking at this, decided that this was just something they couldn't swallow."in its statement .. the ncaa says its decision is consistent with
fairness.google and paypal, are just some of the corporations taking issue with the la and even entertainers, including bruce springsteen and pearl jam have canceled events in north carolina because of itlast month the n-b-a moved its 2017 all star game from charlotte to new orleans. sarah rosario the only championship events that will be allowed to be hosted in north carolina are ones determined when a team their own campus. south korea's defense ministry says it welcomes the u-s' deployment of two b-one-b lancer bombers which flew over south korea this morning. south korea's defense ministry spokesman says it demonstrates the two countries determination to carry out its defense strategy. the u-s says the flyover was a warning to north korea after its recent nuclear test. the italian coast guard has rescued around 350 migrants
the refugees were trying to cross the mediterranean sea. some 292-thousand-428 migrants and refugees have reached europe by sea since the start of the year. more than three- thousand have gone missing or died attempting the journey, according to the u-n refugee some 170 students have returned to school in italy following the deadly earthquakes that hit there last month. the school crumbled in the quake despite having been retrofitted with public funds for anti-seismic school has ten classrooms for students ranging from pre-school to middle officials in florida are investigating a mosque fire as a hate crime. police say the mosque was intentionally set on fire yesterday. the mosque was the same place orlando night club shooter orlando mateen prayed in before carrying out the attacks that killed 49 people earlier this year. no one was injured in the fire.
that search a little easier. coming up new on live at 6. after the violence in sherman park, governor walker pledged millions of dollars to help connect young people with jobs. tonight. the first lesson for eager workers.. thats new on live at 6. wells fargo is getting rid of its sales goals for retail bankers.the move is meant to regain customer confidence after the recent sales scandal. last week wells fargo agreed to pay a 185 mi dollar fine and refund five million dollars in fees wrongly charged to customers. it also fired 53-hundred employees who opened false accounts to meet sales protesters interrupt ryan lochte on dancing with the stars. as lochte and his partner were being critiqued by judges.. someone yelled "liar' from the audience. the cameras didn't show the incident and the live show
moments immediately following the incident... where two people were on the ground and apprehended by security. four other women were also escorted out. coming up.. a new technology that could soon detect colon cancer.. but could it eliminate a colonoscopy?plus.. with people getting older.. the number of people around to take care of them may be
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 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. what you think of that? girls: good call!
for a man they say robbed three banks within an hour this afternoon. police say two chase banks and a johnson bank was robbed. officers are currently on scene. the suspect is described as a black male. a new technology may someday become an alternative to colonoscopy to detect colon cancer.patients simply take a pill ... giving doctors an internal view. terra hall shows us the technology in action. work computer jill flack simultaneously undergoes an important cancer screening. (sot: jill flack, pill cam patient)"i am flattered and once i heard about it i jumped on it.. i said that's perfect for me."(nats)flack is one of the first patients in the country to undergo the pill cam colonoscopy.once swallowed, the pill cam travels the length of the gastrointestinal tract and snaps shots along the way. (sot: jill flack, pill cam patient)"i am going to be able to go back to work, i don't have to take the whole day off because i was sedated, that
"during a traditional colonoscopy, a patient would have to take a day off of work, undergo anesthesia and then come into a surgery center where a doctor would insert a colonoscope like this one in order to get images of their colon. but with the new technology, all a patient has to do is swallow a pillcam like this to get the same result."(sot: dr. mark molos, westglen al consultants)"i was able to see things on the capsule that i could not see in this particular patient with a scope."now that the clinical trials are over, dr. mark molos plans to use e westglen gastroenterology consultants office.(sot: dr. mark molos, westglen gastrointestinal consultants) "out of the people who really need it, only about 10 percent get it done. and so what we are hoping is that a test like this that is easy to do and doesn't require a day off work, anesthesia, those sorts of obstacles will really increase the percentage of people who allow it to get done."that said, one obstacle in treatment could be getting insurance companies to foot the bill.
the pill is the inability to remove polyps as they see them. they will have to do that in a procedure. 4 your health.. the aging american population will soon require more help from family members. but.. a new report finds the proportion of people who will need monitoring and care is expected to reach 37- percent by 20-50. the pool of people able to handle the responsibility is projected to drop. are not objective ... when it comes to judging how much we've had to drink. the study found people were more likely to underestimate their own level of intoxication when they were with others who were drinking heavily. but they felt more at risk ... when surrounded by people who sober. coming up.. uber isn't just delivering people to their destinations anymore.. we'll tell you when this new service could reach milwaukee.but first, here's a live look from waukesha. meteorologist scott
later this evening. that boundary is responsible for the rounds of rain we've had to deal with today. as the system departs, we can expect more scattered showers on the way for tonight, early. on the back side of the system, clouds will linger into the first part of the day tomorrow, but the grey should diminish as we head into the afternoon with plenty of sunshine returning. high
transport just uber doesn't uber doe ?people... now, the service will bring breakfast, lunch, or dinner to your door in some areas.meredyth censullo tested out the "uber eats" app and shows us how it works. you can order from any of the open restaurants ... through the app.since it was early, we opted for donuts ... you pay with credit card stored in the app - just like uber.the service costs a flat 4-99 fee. according to uber eats, the
we're waiting, let's talk about what this means for other delivery services. ubereats, with its roster of drivers, puts pressure on delivery services like grubhub and doorstep delivery, which have minimum amounts required for an order, and varying delivery costs. and uber isn't the only web-based company that's expanding into restaurant delivery.amazon prime, which recently launched same-day delivery of goods and groceries, is now in the deliveries in other markets, with plans to expand.after about 45 minutes, hewitt, who has been an uber driver for 9 months, arrived with breakfast. (nat/sot: driver)we send hewitt on his way, and i do
there's no word on if or when this could reach milwaukee. still ahead.. an animal you wouldn't expect is being used as a "support animal".. we'll show you how it's helping one woman.then.. a kitten is rescued after being trapped. what police used to save the kitten makes an even greater ending to a happy story. before we head to break.. here's a look at your primetime lineup. at 6:30 it's packers live with larry mccarren. at 7 it's the season finale of "america's got talent." at nine is "better late than never." and then
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more news now....most people think of an emotional support animal as a dog or cat- something cuddly and cute. but for one washington woman.. it's a turkey. sammi helps the woman cope with pain from lupus and depression. turns out certified as an emotional support animal, under federal law, with a doctor's prescription. nine cheetah cubs have been revealed to the public at a zoo in southern poland. the first three months of the cubs' lives are crucial. their mother has to accept them and give them proper nutrition. the u-n environment program warns the big cat is critically endangered and has urged increased protection. a couple of california police
rescue.after finding a kitten just out of reach in a storm pipe... two police officers teamed up and got creative. the policemen meowed... and used what they had with them... a half eaten burrito... to draw the kitten closer to them. one of the officers hopes to adopt the kitten. he wants to name it... burrito. this year, more pasta olive garden's never ending pasta pass. on thursday.. the chain is selling up to 21-thousand never ending passes for an hour. it's all part of the 21st anniversary of the never ending pasta bowl. the passes are being sold for 100 dollars each. a lava lake is visible atop hawaii's kilauea volcano. the u-s geological survey says the
burst of seismic activity has shaken the summit in recent days. it's the first time the lava lake has been visible since may 2015. ( toss to weather ) a cold front is sweeping through our neighborhoods this afternoon and should exit later this evening. that boundary is responsible for the rounds of rain we've had to deal with today. as the system departs, we can expect more scattered showers on the way for tonight, especially early.th system, clouds will linger into the first part of the day tomorrow, but the grey should diminish as we head into the afternoon with plenty of sunshine returning. high pressure then takes over for thursday with bright blue skies and a tranquil atmosphere. the biggest difference will be a cooler air mass. in fact, temperatures probably won't get out of the 60s tomorrow with a slow return to the seasonal low 70s by the end of
right now at five: a new judge will decide if a man accused of murder will get a second trial. dennis brantner already had ?one? trial in the murder of berit beck. but the jury was dismissed after it couldn't reach a verdict.casey geraldo joins us live in fond du lac with an explanation. attorneys argued today whether or not judge ga continue on in this case-- the state hoped he would remove himself.he says he has a right to his opinions... but shared them too soon. it's a case that's troubled many over more than 25 years. "this is an extraordinary case under extraordinary circumstances." berit beck went missing in 1990 on her way home from a computer class in appleton. her van was found
lac... her body a month later in waupun. in 2014 her cold case was reopened- and new d-n-a testing found matches to truck driver dennis brantner in beck's van.after presiding over brantner's trial... judge gary sharpe has decided he won't continue on the case. "the court will recuse itself." sharpe admitted to making comments to jurors in response to a difficult trial. "there were at least two jurors weeping. it was apparent the deliberations had been confirmed he shared his belief in a reasonable doubt that brantner killed beck... to jurors and an employee in the clerk of office. "there is certianly an appearance of the court being unable to be impartial in this matter." branter's attorney argued the judge made the comments without showing a decisive bias- "it's a private conversation in the jury room with jurors on the case. it's
discussion with others in the office building" still, a sharpe decided his opinions came at the wrong time. "those comments were premature." leaving the future of the case to a different judge. at six, what this means for the future of berit beck's murder case- the new judge will have big decisions to make. in fond du lac, casey geraldo todays tmj4. bring an umbrella if you're going out tonight. yourself on the sofa--- watch america's got talent--- and eat a gigantic bag of cheese curds. scott steele-- behavior to guarantee dryness. a cold front is sweeping through our neighborhoods this afternoon and should exit later this evening. that boundary is responsible for the rounds of rain we've had to deal with today. as the system departs, we can expect more scattered showers on the way for tonight, especially early. on the back side of the system, clouds will linger into the first part of the day