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the economy. >> reporter: residents say they have avoided sherman park for the past month. since the end they have been eager for support and outreach. >> they want to be engaged in making sure this community has an opportunity to feel safe and have a good relationship with law enforcement but to have economic opportunity. >> reporter: senator feingold told people they are not forgotten and vows to help bring in jobs. >> this community there is no job, no quality education. people are frustrated. >> reporter: fine gold's presence in sherman park is proving to bring optimism for some long time residents who were avoiding this area after the violent unrest in one other communities to know that weekend does not define them. >> sherman park district is a good district. they are good working people here, educated, working class
people that did not respond right. >> reporter: veronica macias, today's tmj4. >> we did reach out to senator johnson's campaign today to ask about his opinions and efforts to improve the area. we have not yet heard back. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel says he will not release any information about the investigation into the death of sylville smith until milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm decides on whether to charge the officer who shot and killed smith. finished its investigation into the shooting that sparked the two days of violence in sherman park. it is now up to chisholm to decide on charges. we're working to learn more about the man who was found dead inside a burning pickup truck in kenosha county. the the burning truck was found in the parking lot of best bargains on friday night, in wheat land, authorities say people at the scene tried to get the person out of the burning vehicle, but were unsuccessful.
overnight house fire at 60 60th and morgan in milwaukee. a deputy chief told us the fire started in the kitchen and was very difficult to fight due to hoarding conditions. one person got out before the fire department arrived. damage is estimated at $35,000. an early morning fire caused $50,000 worth of damage to a home in fox point. officials tell us the fire broke out at about 3:00 in the morning in the basement of the home on spooner road. two people g three pets got out before firefighters arrived. no one was hurt. police in oak creek say thieves are preying on people who leave their doors unlocked. there have been more than 40 burglaries in oak creek in less than four moss, including homes and cars, all while people are home. one couple was lured outside by a man claiming to be repairing a
repair it was come on my property. >> and he wanted to show us where he might be stepping on our bushes so there wouldn't be any problem or trouble. >> the couple told us the man left but when they went inside they noticed someone had moved their things around. take a look at this guy in this photo. police in caledonia say he robbed the u.s. bank this morning. he handed the teller a note, off on foot. if you have any information, you are asked to call caledonia police. summer temperatures still hanging around this afternoon. what a gorgeous day out there. don't adjust your television. it is 6:03 p.m. not am. i was driving to work thinking why is it so bright for so early in the morning?
hope you enjoyed your saturday so farm temperatures 71 in port washington. a nice breeze, a fantastic saturday for any outdoor activities. a few clouds and rain showers up into the u.p., no rain this evening, tonight or through the day tomorrow. still 78 in milwaukee. lower 70s to the northwest, west bend at 70. 71 in green lake. already 68 in the dells. the winds starting to die down after eking theus and 25, now seeing the winds between five and 15. they'll become lighter throughout the evening. if you were planning on being outdoors, go ahead. susan and i will stop by later on. 67 by 10:00, and 58 by tomorrow morning. thanks very much. more news now, getting ready for the vice presidential debate. a source says walker will play the part of clinton, running mate tim kaine during debate preparation with indiana governor mike pence.
the flews official. walker ran for president but dropped out last year. pence and kaine will debate october 4th. officials at the tomahva briefed senator johnson on an army vet who killed himself. the mother says he was turn add way for care at the troubled facility even though he suffered from ptsd. johnson released a statement saying he appreciated the briefing and remains concerned about the circumstances of the death. more than 80 world war ii and korean veterans will be back in milwaukee tonight after a one day trip to washington, d.c. the stars and stripes flight left this morning. it is the organization's 35 35th mission. they spent the day touring the world war ii memorial. today is citizenship day in america. immigration lawyers spent the day helping people complete their citizenship applications.
the public. there are more than 70,000 lawful permanent residents in wisconsin who could become u.s. citizens. dozens of law enforcement officials escorted 200 trucks along i 41 from richfield to oshkosh today as part of a fundraiser for special olympics athletes. he asked one athlete what he would like to haul and the answer was a bit >> probably something from area 51, because technically -- >> last year a record 197 trucks participated and raised more than $140,000 for the 10,000 athletes in wisconsin. brett favre will be at miller park tonight for a special dinner. the event called thanks for the memories will celebrate number
favre will participate in a and tear active question and answer session with wayne larrivee. the event is not open to the public. we will have more on the dinner coming up tonight on "live at 10". the vikings are planning a different sort of half show tomorrow night. the minnesota orchestra will perform for eight minutes at the 50-yard line during the first regular season game at the new u.s. bank stadium in minneapolis. you can watch the game right here on today's tmj4. ck lance allan and elise menaker will provide live reports from the brand-new u.s. bank stadium, coming up tonight on "live at 10". still ahead, where you can get a taste of fall this weekend. doors open, what makes this milwaukee church a must stop for
new buildings on display at this year's doors open milwaukee tour. one of the stops, the greek orthodox church designed by frank lloyd rice. visitors sat in awe of the historic beauty. >> it's a gorgeous building. it's -- they said it's meant to dry the eye up. my eyes went right it's just really, really beautiful. some familiar images,s as well as catholics, so that was interesting. >> doors open from 10:00 to 5:0. fall is in the air this weekend at the 44th annual wine of harvest festival. the event features live music, a great stop and more. it is closed for the day but will reopen tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m.
helping milwaukee public schools this year. four nationally recognized artists signed on to work with local students to help them succeed. turn around arts is a pet project of president obama and the first lady. guitarists and singer valerie june is one of the artists. >> i really feel like we feed ourselves because we don't want to starve. we feed our minds because we need to be educated, but we need to be -- we need to have soul food, as well, and artist soul food enrs spirit. >> mps hopes this program gets children to stay in school. coming up today, badgers star the social media reaction to the oil pipeline protest. how demonstrators are preparing
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right now badgers basketball star bronson koenig is in north dakota as protests over the dakota access pipeline. the construction project threatens tribal land. koenig is a member of the tribe. he and his brother left friday night from la crosse. >> i got a lot of positive tweets, and facebook messages and that stuff from people i don't even know, like students, faculty members.
me, who are also minorities, so they know what it feels like, and they have been telling me that they're really proud of me. >> koenig will host a basketball clinic before returning to wisconsin tomorrow. harsh north dakota weather could endanger the fight against the pipeline. reporters tell us how the protestors are trying to prepare. >> reporter: this is a makeshift general store. much of the merchandise is now geared >> everything goes out as fast as it comes in. >> reporter: temperatures will soon be falling, and water protectors want to make sure their protected from cold weather. >> donations of coats and snow pants, and yeah, they're in it for the long haul, if we can. >> reporter: donations have arrived from all over the country, plus places like africa and china. people at the camp know that
able to sustain north dakota winters. >> i got to put a list out for 16 more, everything like that, so people will be warm. >> reporter: with the camp site fluctuating between hundreds and thousands of people, staying warm won't be easy come january. but generators like this may take the bite out of cold weather. >> stand our ground and show them that we're not quitting, not going to give seen how many people who have come here from out of state will be able to withstand the winter of 2016 and '17. thanks very much. now time to check our weather forecast for today. how much more perfect can it be? >> i agree. temperatures are in the 70s, even 80s. you were talking about the wine and harvest fest, a hundred thousand people over the weekend, they got great weather.
temperatures this morning were comfortable, low to mid 60s. the sun was out in full force today. 77 in west bend, where i started my morning at the farmers market there. a lot of folks enjoying that. it's dark outside. it's not dark. just a few clouds overhead in milwaukee, rain showers, very light rain showers in the u.p. that is as close as the rain gets until monday evening. so a beautiful sunday little bit cooler than today by a few degrees, less wind. monday there will be a few thundershowers late monday into the evening and overnight. most of monday looks to be completely dry. staying warm next week. our normal high temperatures around 71 degrees. that's the current temperature in beaver dam, 78 in milwaukee and 74 in burlington. we won't be close to the normal temperature of 71 throughout
the westerly winds have been gusting over 20 most of the day but they're already beginning to diminish. you can get the bonfires going this evening. a lot of you are saying is this too windy. the winds are between five and ten. the dew points continue to be comfortably low, into the 50s. look at the dry air out west. that will not be moving in here. we're going to bring in higher dew points starting tomorrow night and into monday. monday looks to be humid right now, tuesday behind a weak cold front dries out and so is wednesday. temperatures stay w normal for the foreseeable future, which i don't think anybody is complaining about. looks like we'll have a nice fall so far. temperatures will be in the 70s and 80s. we'll see plenty of sunshine through the day tomorrow. a lighter wind towards minneapolis. looks to be great weather with highs near 80 degrees. monday looks to be nice, as well. monday night starting to see a few showers forming along a weak cold front. lows tonight into the mid to
fantastic with the light breeze. tomorrow temperatures in the mid to upper 70s with a southwesterly wind at five to 15. 70s look to be the norm. here is your 7-day forecast. little touch of i guess summer still going on. 78 tomorrow. 83 and humid monday with thunderstorms late. 77 on tuesday. 76 wednesday. and then look at these temperatures. we're talking 80 by friday, and 75 and a few showers no sign of true fall, but it is only mid september. >> i know. mid september can feel like november sometimes. >> yes, it can. >> up next in sports, the vikings will be tough to beat tomorrow night. what badger's head coach paul
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you would have never known by watching the badgers game, a big 35-point favorite going into the game. the badgers made a change in the second half and it really changed the game around. the badgers count get things going around. they put in alex hornibrook. he moved wisconsin down the the home team up 13-3. the panthers get their first touchdown of the game with the 13-yard touchdown. badgers up 13-10. panthers playing tough. georgia state up 17-13. but the badgers would answer. hornibrook rolls out and finds kyle penniston for a touchdown. the badgers back on top, 20-17. wisconsin would hold on and win
here is the head coach. >> you grow from what happens and you build on the things you do well and you find ways to get a little bit better, and i don't know how -- i wouldn't know how to answer that, but appreciate what this group did, and it's -- you know what, we're 3-0 going in the big ten play, and that part the packers and vikings step into prime time tomorrow night in minnesota. here is wayne larrivee talking about the vikings defense. >> the minnesota vikings suffered the cruelest of breaks when teddy bridgewater went down with a devastating knee injury. it's not like the packers losing aaron rodgers, because with or without bridgewater this
on defense. the best offense was its defense that scored twice in an opening day win at tennessee last week. there is all pro talent on all three levels. upfront defensive end everson griffin. in passing situations, griffen is complimented on the other side by hunter whose quickness were evident on this 24-yard fumble return touchdown. on t paid safety in the game today is harrison smith. allowing coach mike zimmer to mix up looks without swapping personnel. because smith excels at the line of scrimmage and in man and zone coverages. minnesota's defense might now be the club's best offense. last week at tennessee the unit scored on an interception and fumble return to fuel the vikings' 25-16 comeback victory. so trust me, reports of the vikings demise in the wake of
quite premature. with the scouting report, i'm wayne larrivee. the brewers taking care of business. in the eighth inning it's braun with another two run shot. good guys up 6-3. still in the eighth, that is santana with a solo shot to left. the brewers beat the best team in baseball wit wow. that's good. that's sports.
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. 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! feingold: i'm russ feingold
breaking news, milwaukee police are investigating after two babies were abducted this afternoon. they say the mother parked her car on the street while it was still running, and ran into the house near 49th and concordia. that's when the suspect took the car and drove off. the woman's two 10-month-old twins were inside the car. the children were later found unharmed inside the vehicle, but they were taken to the hospital as a precaution. much more on this story coming
let's get a final check of weather. nice evening on top of the great day. the winds are finally dying down, temperatures in the 60s by 10:00. we're back into the 70s tomorrow. going to be beautiful out there. >> sounds great. and i love talking about the demise of the vikings premature, huh? >> they got a good defense, but the packers have aaron rodgers at quarterback and he's going to be the best player on the field thanks so much for joining us today. we hope to see you back here on "live at 10". good night, everybody.
you're watching notre dame football on nbc, presented by verizon. >> very excited about going down to south bend to play in this game. it's a rivalry game for us. >> what does an opponent like michigan state tell you about your team? >> michigan state will play that game with themental and full toughness. >> should be ready to play. should be a great football game. >> 119 years. not many things in sports, not many things in america, last that thing. >> michigan state/the fighting