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let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter gets us started this morning. after a beautiful weekend with lows in the 50s & 60s, in the 70s and 80s, low humidity, lots of sun and a nice breeze, this morning is comfortable with lows near 60. the work week starts with a warm and humid day with highs
lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. there is a chance for a few pop up t'showers in the late afternoon, and a scattered rain before 10pm. behind the front, drops and lows drop and lower 60s tonight. keeping an eye on an incident near oak creek on 94 northbound at drexle ave semi in a ditch not affecting speeds tow truck on sight sheriffs on scene traffic is fine speeds at or above normal breaking news now:another device exploded this morning
appeared to contain pipe bombs near a new jersey transit station. according to the city's mayor, the device exploded as the bomb squad's robot was cutting wires.the device was found in a backpack and contained as many as five explosives.the pack was found in a garbage-can by two men who thought it may have contained valuables. when they saw what was inside they reported it to police. it comes after a bombing saturday night injured 29 people in manhattan. in minnesota isis is claiming reponsibity for a stab rampage at a mall in st.cloud. investigators say the man was a soldier of the islamic state. nine people were stabbed. an off-duty officer later confronted... the suspect... before shooting and killing him. police officers were seen carrying photos, electronic devices, and other materials out of an apartment in saint cloud. they plan to execute a search warrant for a second apartment in happening today:milwaukee is one of two cities at the center of a lawsuit that could
court today and focuses on taxis and ridesharing. rebecca klopf is live at the taxi stand outside the pfister hotel with more. vince and susan..the question is... are cabs allowed to be protected from other businesses.. like the popular ridesharnig services uber and lift. a federal court of appeals will hear the cases today.one if from milwaukee... the other is from chicago.in both ca cases... entreprenuears have teamed up to fight for their right to compete against cab companies.in the lawsuit brought by the ridesharing groups they say outdated regulations keep the number of taxis on the streets artificially low... resulting in long waits, poor service, and, in many neighborhoods, a complete inability to call or hail a cab.in milwaukee... the taxi industry is arguing that allowing more competition is itself unconstitutional.
final say.the hearing starts this morning at 9-30 in chicago.reporting downtown... rebecca klopf today's tmj4. a former brookfield choir director is making his first appearance in court today. philip olson is is charged with embelezment... accused of stealing almost 50 thousand dollars from the choir department. investigators claim he admitted to using the money to pay off personal credit cards and to gamble with. olson was fired from the school a menomonee falls man who pleaded guilty fleeing the scene is expected in court.31-year-old adam neuhaus pleaded guilty in july to hitting 50-year-old keith habenicht who was out for a nighttime bike ride in august of last year. neuhaus was charged with homicide by negligent operation and hit and run. governor walker is back in the presidential race... this time to help mike pence, practice. walker is practicing with donald trump's running mate, to help pence prepare for his
standing in as democratic v-p nominee... tim kaine. so far they've already had one practive session. pence and kaine will face off at longwood university in if you're driving on i-94, past brookfield today, you may notice some really tall people playing golf. bucks players and coaches will be golfing at westmoor country club this afternoon to raise money for charity in the first 'aon milwaukee bucks' outing. khris middleton, steve novak and head some of the bucks expected to be at today's event. former players, michael redd, vin baker, and jon mcglocklin will also be checking into heartbreak hotel.... make the reseveration for thousands of packer fans this morning. if you're a packers fan, you maybe looking ahead to the lions game on sunday already. last night's contest in minnesota started out great, after rodgers hit jordy nelson for a one yard touchdown.
last long... with the vikings new starting quarterback sam bradford striking back with a touchdown pass of his own to the corner of the endzone. rodgers brought the team back within three with a late fourth quarter drive.that's when this happened... an interception. so no comeback for the packers. fi hands of a wisconsin native who now plays for the vikings. lance allen caught up with the kenosha transplant after the
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decision comes due to the discovery of bad insulation in cooling lines in the fuel tanks.the faulty lines affected 57 aircrafts - 10 of which were already in the field.those planes will be fixed, and the others will be fixed on the production line before they are delivered to airforce bases. in d-c authorities are investigating an accident that left 20 people-- including a seven-year-old boy injured.the incident happened sunday. police a an intersection and crashed into a van. officials say the injuries are non-life threatening. she's best known for her role as liesl in the film version of "the sound of music." charmian carr died saturday at the age of 73. family members say carr died of complications from a rare form of dementia. following her success in "the sound of music," carr married and left the movie business to raise her two and a hollywood stuntman
this weekend -- more than 40 years after his idol evel knievel failed during his attempt.eddie braun piloted the rocket "evel spirit" across the snake river canyon in idaho.in all, it took about four seconds for the rocket to reach its full speed of 430 miles-per-hour and a height of three-thousand feet.the rocket landed more than a quarter-mile over the other side of the canyon.back 1972, daredevil evel knievel unsuccessfully attempted the stunt. still ahead this morning: always rolling-- the city that'll equip every ?single officer on the beat, with a body camera. plus...codeine concerns: why the prescription drug might be ?too dangerous--
president barack obama will attend several events in new york city today.. all surrounding the united nations general assembly.president obama will first attend a fundraiser and breakfast roundtable for the democratic senatorial campaign committee. he'll then head to a meeting with the prime minister of iraq.. before closing the day with a meet-and-greet at united nations headquarters.
today as the bridgegate trail is set to begin. bridget anne kelly and bill baroni are charged with conspiracy and fraud in a nine-count indictment.it alleges they arranged lane closures that caused gridlock on the george washington bridge in 2013. the closures delayed commuters for hours and left emergency vehicles slow to respond. prosecutors say the two defendants planned the lane closures as revenge on a mayor who refused to endorse christie for in chicago all officer on patrol will have 2018. this comes as the city's murder rate continues to reach all time highs. 2016 is the city's deadliest year in two decades.chicago's homicide rate is now higher than new york and los angeles. clean up is under way for a family in arizona after a plane crashed into their house. it happened over the weekend. the pilot of the plane was able to bail out before crashing into the house. two people were inside the house at the time of the crash. luckily they did not suffer
were also in the plane... they all survived the central florida beachgoers are on edge after three shark bites were reported yesterday. officials say all of the shark bites happened in the same area.they say the first two bites happened within 30 minutes of each other when one surfer was bitten on the lower leg and another on both hands. a couple hours later, a third surfer was bitten on the thigh. all are expected to survive. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... after a beautiful weekend with lows in the 50s & 60s, highs in the 70s and 80s, low humidity, lots of sun and a nice breeze, this morning is comfortable with lows near 60. the work week starts with a
lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. there is a chance for a few pop up t'showers in the late afternoon, and a scattered chance for rain before 10pm. behind the front, the humidity drops and lows drop into the 50s tuesday is beautiful with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. tuesday night is clear and comfy with lows in the 50s, and wednesday is partly cloudy and mild with highs in the mid to upper 70s, and a chance for scattered afternoon t'showers. thursday
many of us would probably admit to spending too much time surfing the web.but people who use the internet excessively ... may actually be at risr about 2-hundred-50 college students about their internet use.those who were online the most ... had more trouble dealing with their day to day activities ... at home, school and in social settings.they also had higher rates of depression...anxiety... and a-d-h-d. the country's leading pediatricians say codeine is too risky for children and should not be prescribed for patients under 18.the painkiller has been linked to life-threatening and sometimes
codeine is still available without a prescription in 28 states ... and it's often given to children undergoing tonsil or adenoid removal. this driver from china won't be living this one down... after landing his car on this roof. apparently the driver was backing up a hill... and drove off the side of the road..just below the edge... was a house. the car had to be removed with a crane! luckily... no one was hurt in the mishap. it's party time in gey. off this weekend.the mayor of munich got the party started by tapping the first keg of the celebration. back home in milwaukee... one of the city's largests oktoberfest celebrations doesn't kick off for almost another month. the ceremonial keg tapping is october 13th in veteran's park. as always the fest is free to the public. for a full list of events head to milwaukee oktoberfest dot
today's tmj4...no more lines? why the days of camping out for your new tech toys-- are numbered.also up next...why your future lyft ride-- could come ?without-- a driver... more live at daybreak is next. (beep, camera shutter click) did you just see that? that was awesome. we have to try it. okay. okay, mine's not working. maybe you have to bump it. oh, yeah. do the bump it thing. right. okay, yeah. (muffled) you can take money out using the bmo harris app! you want to buy a hairless cat? there's a pet store down the street. cool... i think she said "bmo harris app". yeah, that makes more sense.
in today's tech: in the next five years-- you won't have to worry about having an awkward conversation-- with your lyft driver. the ridesharing company's cofounder said in a blog post-- the industry will likely have a fleet of self- driving vehicles. both lyft ?and competitor uber have partnered with companies working on driverless technology. despite the smashing success of the new i-phone seven... those familiar long lines
actaully shorter.tech analysts report the ?pre order? craze cut down on hundreds of people camping out for the new technology. most pre-ordered phones will ship in one to three weeks. the new jet black iphone 7 plus-- is backordered until coming up:squad car rammed: incredible video-- of a suspect slamming into an oak creek officer's vehicle-- and how you can help find the person who did it.plus... fighting opioid abuse:how the white house-- is getting involved today and the new resources that could b coming-- to help millions of americans kick the habit.more
next at 5-30:next steps.... how a group of community leaders are speaking out with milwaukee's police union on how to heal the city. plus...package thefts: the neighborhood-- getting hit by thieves... and what you can do to protect yourself from becoming a victim. and...you're taking a live look outside this morning. things are dry now... we're looking for showers and storms
tells you when that could hit your neighborhood-- next. that breaking news: happening right now in elizabeth, new jersey. you're taking a live look at an f-b-i raid happening right now. we've learned that officials haven't officially connected this ongoing raid-- to the ongoing investigation into recent bombs found in new york and new and this raid comes-- just ?hours after another device ex happened in elizabeth... just as a bomb squad robot was checking out a backpack that looked like it was stuffed with pipe bombs. we're told it exploded while the robot was snipping wires. we'll stay on top of these stories-- and we'll get a live report from new jersey-- in about a half hour. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter after a beautiful weekend with