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tv   Todays TMJ4 News Live at 430  NBC  September 16, 2016 4:30pm-5:00pm CDT

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now at 4:30 - tropical storm julia continues to linger off the coast of south carolina. forecasters don't expect it to start fizzling out until meteorologist jesse ritka joins us with the weather.... a line of showers and thunderstorms will sweep across southeastern wisconsin throughout the afternoon, so some early friday football frenzy games will get wet, especially north of i- michigan and we'll be looking at mainly cloudy skies with just a chance for a few showers and storms in extreme southeastern wisconsin overnight, however rain chances are looking much less likely. less likely.looking much less
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two palestinians rammed their vehicle into a bus stop in the west bank today. three israeli citizens were wounded..before being shot. video showed a high security presence..the violence was the latest in a year-long wave of palestinian assaults on civilians and security forces. 34 israelis and two americans have been killed. german radicals clashed with migrants in eastern germany -- exactly one year after the
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germany reached its peak. according to media reports refugees started the latest round of violence ... following verbal assaults from german protesters. there have been attacks on refugees nearly every day over the past year ... raising concerns among counter terrorism experts decision 20-16donald trump finally admitting today -- president obama was born in the united states.the republican nomniee said his rival hillary clinton is responsible for starting the so-called "ber something that clinton and multiple fact check groups call a lie."now not to mention her in the same breath, but hillary clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy. i finished it. president barack obama was born in the united states period. now we can get back to making america strong
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there is no evidence clinton started the birther movement. she said trump owes president obama an apology. an athlete accused of sexually assaulting his own teammate. coming up new on live at 6. both of the teens are football pl in kenosha.. tonight what a close friend to the victim is saying about the disturbing crime... that's new on live at 6. politicians, farmers and hunters dominated a great lakes summit on wolves. the hope is the animals will soon be off the federal endangered species list. at the meeting up north in cumberland ..they talked about solutions to wolf problems, including attacks against domestic animals, in wisconsin, minnesota and michigan. endangered whooping cranes will no longer rely on humans
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aircraft helped the birds for the past 15 years. now .. nine young cranes flown to wisconsin by private plane will be paired with adult cranes. this is happening in several areas including the white river marsh state wildlife area in green lake county. the vikings are planning a different sort of halftime show this sunday night against the packersthe minnesota orchestra will peform for eight minutes at the 50-yard line during the first regular season game at the new u-s bank stadium in minneapolis. the paer another "packers everywhere" pep rally the day before the game, the team invites you to bring the spirit of green bay to minneapolis on saturdaythe festivities will take place at 6 p-m at the "pourhouse" on 5th street.packers president mark murphy, larry mccarren will be on hand.packers alumni jim carter and craig newsome will sign autographs. you can watch the game right here on today's tmj-4. kickoff is set for 7:30 p-m. our lance allan and elise menaker will
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coming up: dental danger.why poor oral health can lead to problems that go beyond just
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4 your health-we know that not taking care of your teeth could lead to cavities or a simple toothache ... but some studies are suggesting poor oral health can hurt our overall health.danielle barber explains the risks of an unhealthy mouth... and serious health problems from developing. "overall health encompasses physical, psychological, and social well-being and oral health plays a very important role in all three aspects." while brushing your teeth and flossing regularly isn't a new concept, dr. tuan bui says neglecting your oral hygiene could lead to more systemic diseases like heart disease or stroke.(sot: dr. tuan bui, oral and maxillofacial surgeon) "the bacteria that's in the mouth can somehow get into
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can cause injury to the inner lining of your vessels leading to a cascade of issues that lead to forming plaques inside your blood vessels."some effects of poor oral health can even impact your social well being.(sot: dr. tuan bui, oral and maxillofacial surgeon) "people who end up losing their teeth prematurely or who have periodontal disease of their gums are inflamed and can have bad breath, they tend to be not as outgoing potentially."situations like this, dr. bui says, could harm other aspects of your life and become more severe over time. (sot: dr. tuan bui, or lead to patients being withdrawn from social interaction and potentially could lead to some mild depression or contribute to that."behind brushing and flossing, dr. bui says avoiding smoking can help prevent serious diseases of the mouth.(sot: dr. tuan bui, oral and maxillofacial surgeon) "you have an accumulation of plaque and bacteria around the teeth and the gums and it affects the supporting structures of the teeth thereby making the teeth looser and at risk of losing them."other recommendations for good oral hygiene include visiting your dentist for
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dr. bui also urges children to have sealants placed on their teeth... to help them strengthen as they get older coming up : how one child's trip to the hospital inspired a father to write a superhero book for kids dealing with bullies.but first, here's a live look from downtown milwaukee . meteorologist jesse ritka is back with the
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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 nator johnson. not for seniors.
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clouds and a very slim chance for a morning shower in the southeast but that chance exits early and clouds will be breaking up throughout the day. it will be warm with a southwest wind bringing in highs near 80 degrees in milwaukee with dew points in the 60s so there will be a bit of stickiness in the air. drier air starts to push in saturday night and sunday will points in the 50s. temps will be in the mid-70s with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies to make it another nice weekend.temperatures stay above average for next week with highs again near 80 degrees on monday and a chance
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a father in new mexico says he was inspired by his young son to help kids stand up for themselves.fernanda lopez shows you how a trip to the hospital ended with a children's book inspired by compassion.
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heroes,"paul garcia of las cruces thinks that of all kids, including his four -year- old son zander... who after being hospitalized....(paul garcia) "when we came home a friend ours gave him a cape with a z on it and he just did not want to take it off."he wore it to bed, the mall, the grocery store...(paul garcia) "that cape kind of just kept his spirits up."so paul didn't fight it...instead inspired by his son, he took to writing... (paul garcia / author) "so i thought, you know what, i think all kids are focus on that. lets focus on empowering children that they're all super heroes."and super zander was born......a book based on school bully-- diesel--who's after everyone's ice cream...and not to spoil the ending...(nats child) "and then they save the day!!"26-26 (paul garcia) "to save the day an he does. he's able to ascertain the situation using his mind instead of his fists." and that's the lesson paul wants every kid to know.he says he's already seen the
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others.(paul garcia) "their son was being bullied and that the book really inspired him to take a stand."a children's book inspired by a little boy with a cape....(nat sot child) "cause he's my best buddy."to make the world a better place. that was fernanda lopez reporting.the book is available on garcia's website and on amazon. coming up: how a plan to bring the n-f-l to las vegas took another step forwardand - where
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more news now....scientists report sea ice cover in the arctic ocean recently reached its minimum extent-- tying with the second lowest on record.this satellite image shows how the arctic ice cover had grown in fall and winter
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and summer. today , mexico celebrates 206 years of independence.the date was commemorated in a ceremony called the 'cry of independence 'mexican president enrique pena nieto led the event in mexico city .. amid protests for his resignation taxpayer money being thrown into a new stadium proposal to bring an nfl team to vegas.sin city wants the oakland an oversight committee is recommending nevada put 750-million-dollars of new almost two-billion-dollar n-f-l stadium. the rest would come from casino mogul sheldon adelson and the raiders. a new way to transport beer. a belgian brewery turned on the taps of a pipeline, buried under the medieval city of brugge. the beer is being piped to a bottling plant two miles away. it used to be delivered by truck..but that regular route became an environmental hazard for the city. . speaking of beer --the 5th annual barktoberfest kicks off
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there's music, food and lots of activities for your four legged friends.barktoberfest runs from one to six.admission is free. ( toss to weather ) tuesday looks to be the best day out of the week with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-70s. an unsettled weather pattern develops for the rest of the week bringing off and on chances for showers and storms through saturday
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the big story at five, drivers aren't the only ones frustrated to learn work on the zoo interchange may be delayed. some wauwatosa residents say they were promised a sound barrier as part of the zoo interchange, if the proposed transportation budget holds, they might not see it for ?years? while they drown in the drone of noisy traffic. rikki mitchell joins us live from the center street bridge to pip neighbors along 112th and 113th streets used to have rows of large trees blocking the interstate from their view -- now when they walk outside its nothing but freeway. debbie dickmann says she doesn't even like to sit in her front yard anymore -- because the noise from the freeway is so loud.debbie dickmann/lives near zoo interchange project 37:30 it's probably three times the noise we bought new windows on the
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the noise 37:38 dickmann lives near the center street bridge over i-45 in the north leg of the zoo interchange project. she says the city tore out all of their trees and the neighbors voted to have a sound barrier installed. 40:24 my house might as well be sitting right on the freeway road because it's so loud 40:30 but when governor walker announced the proposed department of transportation's 2017 to 2019 budget -- he said this part of the project would be put off -- due to a budget shortfall. under the proposal -- the core of the zoo interchange project would still be completed on schedule -- but that means nothing to the dozens of residents like debbie who will have they were promised 38:25 i'm hoping we'll end up selling the house and moving....beca use of the noise 38:28 governor walker says delaying projects like this one will mean more money can to local governments for road maintenance. finalized -- the state legislature will take up
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there's "new information" this afternoon...on the shooting death of syville smith. he was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer last month... sparking riots in sherman park. attorney general brad schimel has finished his investigation in the case, and has forwarded his findings on to milwaukee county d-a, john chisholm. schimel will ?not? release information publicly until the d-a decides on material can be released. a guilty verdict today, in the trial of michael morgan. he's the milwaukee man who set his estranged wife's north side home on fire in october of 2015... killing his step-son and a young cousin. morgan will be sentenced next month. charges filed today in the murder of an oconomowoc woman. 40- year- old jessie lee is accused in the shooting death of 34- year- old christina schuster. she was found dead last week in her apartment on


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