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a live picture from chopper 4 of the scene michigan. a beautiful wednesday out there it might be windbreaker weather... depending on where you are. but nothing to complain about. let's get over to meteorologist brian niznansky now... he joins us with the weather.... with a little more sunshine, we ended up being a bit warmer today than expected. highs topped out in the lower 70s
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lake effect sprinkles or brief showers earlier today, but that potential has diminished. skies will start to clear out this evening. tonight we expect mainly clear skies and lows ranging from the upper 50s along the lake to the lower 50s inland. stuck in a ?septic ?tank: a three-year-old boy was playing outside, when he ended-up trapped in a place ?no one?
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to his family and the rescue team that saved the day. (reporter standup)nats rex wlodyka... nats like any other playful 3- year-old...he loves momknow you wanna see dinosaurs!"> ...and playing outside. nats his mom, sarah, says rex definitely gets into ?everything. definitely smelled him before i saw him."> ...that included their septic tank. mom sot she got the call from her husband. mom sot thankful to hear a rescue team and fire department arrived... rescue sot help get rex out. rescue sot they
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pipe away from his body... rescue sot eventually pulling him out. nats hypothermic a little scratched up...rex was lifeflighted to metrohealth. mom sot quickly...righ t back to where he left off... sot ...but sticking to other parts of the backyard from now on. nats sot firefighters and town officials replaced the pipe, backfilled around it and capped it after the incident. incredible surveillance video out of new jersey. this shopper was standing in line at a mall when her purse seems to explode. turns out it was a battery for her vaporizer that (("i had battery in this pocket by itself - it exploded
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everything melted everything in the bag"))she's now warning others of the dangers that can come along with the device. the heroin epidemic in rock county is reaching a new high. in janesville, there have been 31 overdoses so far this year. a janesville police officer is working to help addicts get clean. officer chad destructive heroin can be. it's either you get clean, or you're going to go to prison eventually or unfortunately, you may die.i'm always tring to think outside the box and say "ok, what do peple need. woodman is the drop officer for the police department. ?drop? is an acronym for "death, recovery or prison." there is an event in october where there will be resource booths, guest speakers and a candlelight vigil to remember
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lives to addiction. support grows for protestors of the "dakota access pipeline." in appleton, dozens of people showed solidarity with protestors in north dakota. the standing rock sioux tribe.. is challenging the 3-point-8 billion dollar "dakota access" pipeline project.. that runs through four states. protestors say the pipleine threatens native sacred sites and the water supply. planet doesn't exist." "water is life. our bodies are made of 90 percent water. without water, we planet doesn't exist." project leaders say claims that the pipeline would harm the environment.. and threaten the water supply.. are unfounded... and that they're committed to the pipeline's the debate over transgender students and what bathrooms they can use has hit wausau. the city's school district recently adopted federal recommendations that allow transgender students use the bathroom of their chosen gender.parents of current and former students-- are divided.
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guidelines, it's not a policy." "it's very vague and it basically throws open the doors to individuals taking advantage of this policy in so many ways." the wausau school board says it will take another look at the rules regarding transgender students and bathrooms later this month. gathering geese, becoming a big problem at local golf courses. coming up new on live at 6. for players, but they're damaging courses in waukesha county.. tonight.. the unique solution, to get the geese from loitering on the links.. that's new on live at 6. manitowoc city leaders say their deer population is causing damage and problems for property owners and drivers. leaders say in the past three years... more than 50 car deer- accidents were reported. now they plan to use "bow hunting" to regulate the
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season opens this saturday. home should be the safest place a child can be. but a new report says for many kids, that's not always the case. the story, next.and she claims the shampoo she used on her young son burned his eyes.... and caused permanent damage. find out what she's doing about it. 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 turn social security into a johnson: ponzi scheme.
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"more news now": a new survey of parents in two states finds about half of children live in - or regularly visit - a home that has firearms. and while
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pediatricians talk to parents about gun storage and safety, few parents reported talking about gun safety with their children's pediatricians. the research was done in illinois and missouri. a california mom says one bath changed her baby's life ariel wesler reports, she's suing the maker of a "tear-free" shampoo that... she claims... burned her son. theresa jones would do anything for her son hunter. thought that i was doing the best for him. i thought that i was spending a little bit of extra money, to buy something that was all natural, so i wouldn't have to worry about this stuff.>-- last year, the coronado mother bought this babyganics tear free shampoo and bodywash. she says it turned out to be anything but. -- sot-- -- -- the next morning. -- sot-- -- -- -- sot-- --
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rushed him to rady children's hospital. she told doctors what happened and had them look at the ingredients on the bottle. -- sot-- ---- doctors say those chemicals burns covered 90 percent of his corneas. -- sot-- ---- she's now suing babyganics. -- sot-- ---- jones found several simliar complaints online from other parents, but says the company has not accepted responsibility -- sot-- ---- a year later- -hunter is still sensitive to light -- sot-- ---- leaving his mother worried about his future -- sot-- --
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baby-ganics says it's aware of the situation and had been working with jones to understand and resolve the matter. time to take a look at our afternoon weather once again....but first, here's a live look from west bend. meteorologist brian niznansky is back with the latest on our
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with a little more sunshine, we ended up being a bit warmer today than expected. highs topped out in the lower 70s for most areas. we had a few lake effect sprinkles or brief showers earlier today, but that potential has diminished. skies will start to clear out this evening. tonight we can expect mainly clear skies and lows ranging from the upper 50s along the lake to the lower 50s inland.thursday
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day. the forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and high in the 70s. our next storm system arrives on friday. we have a decent chance for showers and storms on friday, especially in the afternoon and evening, which would be bad timing high school football. a few of these showers may linger into saturday morning, but the rest of the weekend forecast looks models are hinting towards a warm up next week, potentially back into
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midst of a seasonal pattern
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in the wake of a destructive tornado, some illinois farmers are using eyes in the sky to clean up their damage.cory willard is one of them. a corn crib once sat at the front of the property. but now, a pile of debris is there, and it poses a hazard that'll make this year's harvest tricky...?and? slow. he's using an i-pad to map out where the debris is... process: (cory willard/ farmer) "made a real time map that we can follow with gps on an ipad." (cory willard/ farmer) "i've been taking the ipad in the skid-steer and i can drive right to the areas that we want to concentrate our recovery on."because of the hazard, willard and his crew will ?not? be harvesting at night this year. there's an apple store in green bay, that doesn't sell i-phones or computers. and that's left some people a bit confused.this store sells...
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season monday, and sold all their fruit before the day was done. but the store's manager says they get plenty of calls from people asking when the new i-phone 7 is coming out, or to set up an appointment to repair an i-pad. diane brenkus/store manager: (("we get calls daily about how to fix phones and computers and things like that. and i have to explain to them these apples are what you eat. they don't want me working on their computers anyhow."))green bay's apple store currently features sweet tango apples from wisconsin's door county. uber... taking a big step into
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more news now....this new all- electric car is breaking the mold when it comes to miles -per-charge.general motors says this chevy bolt can go 238 miles on just one charge... enough to drive from new york to washington, d-c. the bolt will sell for about 37-thousand dollars. but with federal tax incentives... the price should fall below 30- thousand. it comes out later this a new test program for uber riders is underway in pittsburgh. riders who are taking part in the program are being picked-up by self- driving vehicles. the fleet of
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loaded with features that allow them to navigate on their own, but an uber engineer will be sitting in the driver's seat, just to be on the safe side. alaska airlines flew past rival hawaiian airlines to post the best on-time rating for u-s carriers in july.the department of transportation says 89-percent of alaska flights arrived within 14 minutes of schedule. the biggest four airlines finished in the middle, with delta best in the p united, southwest and american. meanwhile, the overall complaint rate fell by nine percent. a new study reveals household dust may contain harmful chemicals from everyday products. after testing dust samples from homes in 14 states, researchers found 45 toxic chemicals used in vinyl flooring, personal care, cleaning products, and home furnishings. experts say the chemicals are linked to cancer, developmental and reproductive problems.
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household chickens continues to grow. the problem is -- keeping chickens in the house greatly increases the risk for salmonella infections. the c-d-c studied cases involving pet poultry and found about 13-percent of cases resulted from people kissing their chickens.
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i work 'round the clock. i want my blood sugar to stay in control. so i asked about tresiba?. ? tresiba? ready ? tresiba? is a once-daily, long-acting insulin that lasts even longer than 24 hours. i want to trim my a1c. duction. releases slow and steady. works like your body's insulin. when my schedule changes... i want something that delivers. ? tresiba? ready ? i can take tresiba? any time of day. so if i miss or delay a dose, i take it when i remember, as long as there's at least 8 hours between doses. once in use, it lasts 8 weeks without refrigeration... twice as long as lantus?, which lasts 4 weeks. tresiba? is used to control high blood sugar
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sis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. don't share needles or insulin pens. don't reuse needles. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause dizziness, sweating, confusion, and headache. check your blood sugar. low blood sugar can be serious and may be life-threatening. injection site reactions may occur. tell your doctor about all medicines you take and all your medical conditions. taking tzds with insulins, like tresiba?, may cause serious side effects like heart failure. your insulin dose shouldn't be changed get medical help right away if you have trouble breathing... fast heartbeat, extreme drowsiness, swelling of your face, tongue, or throat, dizziness, or confusion. ask your doctor if you're tresiba? ready.
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next. leaked documents could be trouble for governor scott walker. a british newspaper alleges he broke the law while campaigning. live at 5 is now.
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milwaukee police officers hurt while trying to arrest a student at franklin school this afternoon.police say they were called to the school for reports of a 13 year old with a pellet gun. while they were talking to him, officers say the teen became combative. the two officers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the teen was taken into custody. the other breaking story is from racine.police are investigating a shooting. it happened in the 16-hundred block of holmes avenue. these pictures from chopper four show police we minutes ago. police tell us the victim is a 36-year-old man. no word on his condition. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. right now at five: a new look today -- ?inside? the "john doe" investigation of governor walkers recall campaign. a british newspaper published leaked documents from that investigation.they appear to show the governor working closely with outside groups. the i-team's steve chamraz is here with some of what they
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the liberal british newspaper "the guardian" published this 1,500 page document shows govenor walker ?personally? asking for -- and getting -- millions of dollars for a "dark money" political group.that group then helped him win the 2012 recall election. the headline of the guardian's investigation is -- "because scott walker asked." those are the words scribbled on the memo line of a $10,000 check -- written by a walker supporter to the n club for growth."according to the guardian -- this illustrates co-ordination between the governor and an outside group allowed to raise an unlimited amount of cash. the "john doe" probe of the recall campaign was focused on exactly that.alleged illegal co-ordination between the candidate and a third party that helped him win election. the guardian says another example involves this $1 million check from john menard
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growth.eight days earlier -- scott walker wrote an email to his campaign team saying "i got $1 million from john menard today."in a statement -- governor walker's campaign dismissed this report.saying... "...several courts shut down the baseless investigation on multiple occasions, and there is absolutely no evidence of any wrongdoing."(("if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it's most likley a duck"..."))while at the state capitol -- democrats called it dirty.((peter barca: "they are doing everything they can possibly do to eliminate clean, open and transparent government. and now we know why...")) the conservative controlled wisconsin supreme court has shut down the john doe -- for now.the u-s supreme court could decide as soon as this month if it will hear a case to keep the investigation alive. george and shannon? the milwaukee county district attorney's office is not happy about the leak. the office put


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