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tonight city leaders are going to update residents on crime in the area and looking for feedback from those in attendance, neighbors we talk with are asking those in authority to be transparent. >> i don't think you probably know what the total crime statistics are and what's happening in all the areas of the east side and hoer east side, and the next step would be what are the current things that they are >> reporter: city leaders and police are expected to share that information. we'll have more about the meeting tonight on the news at 10:00. reporting live at the east library, core zone zerr. >> shannon: this i a man kenosha police say robbed three banks in 30 minutes. the man walked into each bank yesterday afternoon and threatened clerks with a weapon and got away with cash. if you know who this is, please call kenosha police. >> steve: a milwaukee man
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a crash. according to the criminal complaint, price was driving had suv to an after bar party early sunday morning when he lost control, struck a utility bowl at 32nd and atkinson. a third passenger remains in the hospital, in serious condition. >> shannon: a random lake man is charged with making a threat against his daughter's school after a thiefer disciplined the girl for dress code violation. according to the criminal complaint jesse told the district superintendent monday he up. the district increased security precautions and an alert was sent to. ents. his wife tolt sheriff's deputies the military veteran with ptsd. >> steve: more than 30 students sent to the hospital after a driver slammed into the back of a school bus near la crosse. the monroe county sheriff's office says the bus was sonned, had its lights flashing, loading children this morning when the crash happened. the 18-year-old driver of the car is expected to survive.
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>> shannon: a home is being deacon roughted on the milwaukee's north side as part of a new program to build up the workforce in our area. new at 6:00, ben jordan is live with how this is working out. >> reporter: the city sees this project as a win-win. this is just one of hundreds of vacant homes to rebuild in this community. this vacant house on the corner of north 40th street used to be seen as a eyesore. now coming down piece by piece, by a group of more than 20 men, many with troubled pasts. >> i'm -- i didn't have no job history. i didn't consider having no job. i wasn't paying any child support. >> reporter: a year and a half ago, he heard about the house, a program to teach unemployed men and women a skilled trade.
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graduated for plumbing, and demolition, siding. >> reporter: it is seen as a classroom in the field part of a multimillion dollar state grant. trainees are deacon strucking a home to salvage what's left. >> we got to get this house down to the ground. >> reporter: rather than taking materials to the land feel they will be repurposed to build sheds. >> some of it will go to demolition, some to de construction and some of it rehabilitating homes. >> once it's time for building the group learns construction crews. >> we all have passes, we've all been out in the street do things we shouldn't do and now we're trying to make a change. >> reporter: the north cotton neighborhood house is looking for 60 new trainees to join their six-month promise to learn how to apply, just go to tmj4.com, and click on this
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jordan, today's tmj4. >> shannon: looks like a good program. thank you. >> steve: governor walker's campaign saying nothing to see here after a british newspaper published 1500 documents leaked from the john doe investigation. the guardian newspaper claims the documents show walker coordinating with the wisconsin club for growth, helping that dark money group raise millions of dollars to help walker win the recall election. a spokesperson dismissed the report saying several courts shut down the baseless investig occasions and this is absolutely no evidence of any wrongdoing. state democrats, however, pounced. >> they are doing everything they can possibly do to eliminate transparent government. and now we know why. >> 92 conservatives on the state supreme court shutdown that investigation. the u.s. supreme court can soon decide to let it proceed. milwaukee county da john chisholm is leading the appeal
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says he's not pleased by the document leak, saying john doe materials are secret materials. the public release of this john doe evidence without court authorization is not merely a violation of the john doe secrecy order, it is a crime, under wisconsin law. >> shannon: packers extra, the pack continue the road trip taking on the viking sunday night to open the new stadium in minneapolis. rod burks talked with the team about the excitement for prime time. >> the packers getting rivalry 53 as they take on the vikings in minnesota, which means opening up a new stadium will its challenges. >> makes it difficult on the communications, so you have to a plan for that. and then just kind of withstand the urge, you know. we're going to their place. they're opening it up. they had a big win in week one. >> whethese tea py each
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played at us bank stadium that cost over a billion dollars to build. >> that's the fun thing that's going to bring the competitive out of jeer one, and it's going to be on prime time tv. we look forward the that. >> the last time the packers played the vikings was at lamb lambeau field. i'm rod burks. >> shannon: thanks, rod. mccarthy show" kicks off tonight, joining the coach is mike daniels. you can watch that show at 6:30. >> steve: a stray kitten found with severe burns is healthy null for adoption. we first told you about the cat in july. he underwent his final medical procedure today. he will be adopted out sometime next week. still no word on what caused the cat's injuries and hope he finds
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waukesha county they are unleashing a new effort to guard against geese on the golf course. >> shannon: the birds have been making a big mess, and the latest effort to keep them from flocking to the fair ways. >> reporter: as the summer wipeds down, and fall begins, large flocks of geese move in to a golf course. golfers here don't really mind the geese, but they do mind the >> it gets all over the wheels, gets on their shoes, in the clubhouse. it will get on the greens and if we cut over it it will smear on the greens, kill the grass. >> the goose can eat about thre. so when you have a couple hundred birds you can imagine that's a lot of droppings. >> reporter: the flocks tend to hang out. the birds not only damage the turf they also steal golf balls, and this has been a problem for years.
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we tried alligators with spinning glass eyes, we tried reflective tape. >> reporter: now the county is counting on man's best friend. meet todd. his job is to scare the birds away. this us a perfect job for todd. he doesn't hunt the birds, he simply patrols the greens. >> just naturally in them. he's only trained to chase, not >> reporter: the next time you visit you probably won't see the geese, you'll made todd. a dog on a mission, guarding the ground from intruders. ann sterling, today's tmj4. >> shannon: the county estimates it will spend about $350 per week for todd and his friends to patrol all the courses in waukesha county during the fall migration season. >> steve: get them out of there.
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>> shannon: the new test program at one wisconsin university to address an increase of racial issues at the school. >> brian: what a great day across southeast wisconsin. inland locations now clearing out from our waukesha tower cam. clear and dry conditions overnight tonight. outside we have dipped into the 60. 66 in waukesha, 68 in milwaukee at the airport. heading out on t to see stars and mild temperatures in the 60s. i'll let you know when rain may retu 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
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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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>> steve: a wisconsin school bus driver accused of driving under the influence. >> shannon: he was arrested in the town of verona. concerned drivers called 911, reporting the bus veering all over the road. nearly crashing into an oncoming car. the bus driver faces an enhanced charge because a 10-year-old
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antisemitic graffiti, the school says whiteboards in a dorm by students from another college. uw officials contacted the other school about that incident. recent similar cases have uw-madison launching a new program, they call an hour wisconsin. workshops begin this week teaching incoming students about other cultures, conflict resolution and activities to detect discrimination and >> we want things to be better. we're not going to be afraid to engage in conversations around incidents that may happened here, and we're not going to dismiss them as just the way things are. >> steve: right now the workshops are voluntary. the university will spend the year evaluating the effectiveness of the program to determine if it will be implemented for all students sometime in the future. >> shannon: a crisp, clear day today, but don't put away the umbrella just yet. find out when showers return in your 7-day forecast.
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and gold worth? find out where the bankers rank
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>> steve: check out this wisconsin marathon man getting ready for 1,194th marathon, the proper way to spell that. he's 66-years-old, says he runs a marathon on every continent, even running one on the great wall of china. >> you get your group of people, you get the top two, and you visit and find out what's going on, and the group that i run with we're never going to win anything. we're out there enjoying ourselves, and enjoying the
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the fox city marathon in appleton, his 26th time running that particular race. >> shannon: the packers are 13th in for's ranking of nfl franchise values. the green and gold is worth $2.35 billion. up from $.1.9 billion last year. >> steve: $2.35 billion. >> shannon: the dallas cowboys topped the list a $4 billion, followed by the new england patriots, the giants, the 49ers and the redskins. >> steve: get your camping gear ready. chick-fil-a will be opening in wisconsin on the east side of madison. it's next thursday. and as we learned from previous chick-fil-a grand openings, the first 100 adults in line when the doors open at 6:00 a.m. get free chick-fil-a for a year.
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top clinton aid. >> shannon: that is the you can of tonight's politifact check. bridget shanahan put it to the truth test. >> at issue, what republican representative sean duffy said on cnn after talking about hillary clinton's health. why aren't we talking about huma and her ties to the muslim brotherhood? he is referring to one of clinton's top a started in egypt. >> the united states does not consider the muslim brotherhood a terrorist group, it has a terrorist watch res list. there are several middle east countries that do brand the muslim brotherhood as a terrorist group. >> the politifact team investigated that team and rated it -- >> it's false because duffy
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find any evidence. >> "the washington post" fact checker looked into the same claim by duffy and rated it false. >> steve: thanks. >> shannon: let's take a look outside port washington, a beautiful view from our tower cam, where clear skies are here. we may need to bring an umbrella. >> scott: good news is that steve is inviting all of us out on his join him there. welcome to the weather center. what a spectacular day it's turned out to be in the evening hours. beautiful blue skies out there. sunsetting little earlier this time of year, and on the horizon going to be nice colors. there is the university tower and a whole lot of nothing in the sky right now. and your weather headline, get ready for starry skies overnight tonight. bright blue skies returning tomorrow with just a few fair
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afternoon. and the readings are going to stop rising. resist of the trend we saw. outside right now we have all dipped into the 60s across southeastern wisconsin. 64 in west bend, 66 in waukesha 67 in burlington, 68 degrees along the lake in racine, also in kenosha and mitchell international. just everybody flat or a few degrees colder than we were yesterday. i think the end the is going t southerly wind that's going to develop as we go through next 2. as we widen out the view you can see where our next air is going to be coming from, sought west. it's 75 degrees right now in des moines, also in kansas city. 77 in witch take. that bump in temperatures is a gradual climb that will come our way in time for the end of the week and the weekend. here is the view from space. a little cloudiness down to our south but we have clear skies
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great lakes, which is the dominant feature at the surface on the weather map. it's going to bring us picture perfect conditions for a brief period of time. i think tonight through tomorrow evening before we see the next storm system aer prop. across the area, no clouds to speak of, and future forecast shows as we go through the day tomorrow, we should see one big star in the sky. that would be the un. your storm team 4cast for tonight, expect to see mainly clear sky, mild temperatures, down to the middle 50s. for tomorrow, looks like plenty of sunshine, few fair weather clouds, up to near 73. here comes your forecast, get ready for the gradual climb in reading. by saturday up to the spirit of 76. the next storm system arrives late thursday night. we could get pretty good downpours friday. look at this on sunday. tail end of the weekend, another
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of weather from the weekend may last right into the beginning of next week. when we could see a bounce back to near 80 degrees. stick around. we got much more ahead,
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mike mccarthy is nearly convinced the vikings will switch quarterbacks sunday. the packers will prepared for sean >> the green bay packers defense getting ready for two quarterbacks. sean hill or sam bradford who the vikings just picked up in a trade. >> one quarterback as opposed to another, you ask in the game planning process but it's going to start with giving the ball to peterson. >> sean hill got the ballast week but some say bradford could be the guy this week. >> you prepare for both. you don't know what you're going to get.
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quarterbacks, really good, and the vision game, so the sense of urgency will pick up. that crowd energy is going to be live and a hostile crowd, so we're going to have to come prepared. >> sean hill, i mean, both are good passers, so that don't change. >> no matter who starts at quarterback t vikings it will be a tough challenge for the packers defense because it is a divisional game and the vikings are opening up a new stadium. i'm rod burks for today's tmj4. >> the first edition of the "mike mccarthy show" is tonight. mike daniels is our special he guest. i asked about special attention he's getting. >> how much ribbing did you get for the sports illustrated cover? >> i'm still getting it. it won't stop. it won't stop.
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decades because that's who i am, and people are going to try to get me wherever they can. >> that has to be pretty cool, on the cover of a national magazine. >> that is slept. and all it did was motivate me to continue to work hard because it shows me that people are noticing, and that's why i'm so excited about the defense. >> good words. the "mike mccarthy show" coming
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my goal was to finally get in shape. not to be focusing on my moderate so i made a decision to talk to my dermatologist about humira. humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults taking humira were clear or almost clear, and many saw 75% and even 90% clearance in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers,
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serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists. clearer skin is possible. >> steve: coming up next, it's the last night for the night market downtown but far from over. how the popular spot is helping revitalize downtown. that's coming up, streaming live on facebook and at tmj4.com in about two minutes. we're done. we'll see you there. we'll see you there. >> shannon: good night. we got married in june... ...on tunaday. there's a subway? $3.50 sub of the day
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they say a lot of things about rain. (engine revs) like how hard it's gonna fall. (engine revs) the things it does to your parade. we've got a saying about rain, too: when it rains... it roars. the all-wheel-drive charger.
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with the straight scoop on the packers from the man who knows them best, it's the mike mccarthy show with larry mccarren and the coach of the green bay packers, mike mccarthy. ( music ). hello, everyone, and welcome to the mike mccarthy show. new season, new look to the show and, mike, this weekend you guys are the guests of honor as the vikings open their new stadium. i would imagine you're excited about the challenge? >> well said, larry. definitely. this is a big game, it's our first division game and the importance of each and every division became, but we're going over to their new stadium and sunday night football so it'll be a great atmosphere and as it always is, a tough, physical

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