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lightning. through kewaskum. our system detecting small hail around that lightning, as well in west bend, and the most intense in southwestern jefferson county, this line will continue rolling through through the evening hours and we'll continue to track it for you as it does. >> shannon: thanks, scott. >> the man suspected in new york and new jersey has been captured after a manhunt and shootout. his name, ahmad khan rahami. >> he was in surgery after shootout with police. jay gray picks up the story from there. >> reporter: the manhunt for 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami ended this morning in linden, new jersey, after what witnesses describe as a shootout between the suspect and police. >> gunshots, boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: one officer hit, saved by his vest, another slightly injured struck by degree.
as he was transported to a nearby hospital. >> there is no other individual we're looking for at this point in time. >> reporter: rahami is a naturalized u.s. citizen born in afghanistan, investigators say he's the man seen on this security camera near the site of the bomb blast in manhattan saturday night. one of three explosions in a 48-hour period. investigators bomb making materials consistent with those used to build the evidence pulled from inside an apartment over a new jersey restaurant owned by rahami's family. >> we will continue to conduct investigative activity to make sure we completely understand rahami's social network. >> reporter: as that investigation continues, so does the resolve of the communities affected. >> president barack obama: they don't get scared, they're tough, resilient. they go about their business every single day. >> reporter: as police and federal agents go about the business of trying to understand
>> reporter: and this is all happening on the eve of the united nations general assembly, adding more than 1,000 police officers and national guard soldiers to patrol the streets here. jay gray, nbc news, new york. >> and coming up at 6:00, we talked to a wisconsin native who spent her career interviewing terrorists. we'll have her thoughts about the weekend attacks. >> sentencing today menomonee falls man. adam neuhaus will spend 60 months on probation. he struck and killed 50-year-old keith near the intersection of appleton avenue and mequon road in german town. a crash happened around 8:30 last night, both victims, the pilot and the 16-year-old passenger are from sister bay. federal investigators are on the scene trying to figure out what
milwaukee county sheriff david clarke's request for a new judge in the sherman park case has been granted. he was barred from reenstalling an orange fence that once surrounded the park following unrest, after the police shooting of sylville smith. county executive chris abele ordered it to be taken down. time to take a deem breath for packers extra. pack licking their wounds after a performance. wayne sealing the deal. wayne's a product of bradford high school football in kenosha. minnesota quarterback sam bradford, making his first start since being acquired in a trade outdueled aaron rodgers, 286 yards and two sounds. about rodger's performance, rod burks joins us with a look at that. >> reporter: it was a tough one for aaron rodgers and the
to the vikings. rodgers wasn't as sharp as he wanted to be in that loss. the vikings had a tough defense and brought it big time, forcing rodgers into three fumbles. the fumble he lost in the fourth quarter really hurt the pack. the offensive didn't get into the groove behind rodgers, and this interception that he threw sealed the deal for the vikings. here's rodgers after the loss sunday night. >> go back and be harsh with our critiques of ourselves, myself better. i think we will. i don't think this is anything to get super crazy about. it's a tough division opponent. they're a good football team. they still got to come to our place later in the season. hopefully we're in a position to play for something then. >> reporter: openfully the packers can get it fixed before they host the lions this sunday. coming up in sports, a closer look at the call that backfired for the packers last night.
>> he sure did. >> shannon: kohl's plans to hire more than 69,000 more workers nationwide for the upcoming holiday season. hiring starts in august and the company expects most of the jobs filled by the middle of november. many other businesses have started ramping up hiring for the holidays, as well. target, toys 'r us, and ups. and speaking of business, a summer of awesome weather has been very good for our milwaukee county parks. >> although summer is nearly over, people warmth. veronica macias joins us at the estabrook beer garden, what an assignment. >> it's been a fun day, george. plenty of people enjoying a cold one until the drastic weather change. right now, money is is flowing into county parks. >> wisconsinites only talk about the weather. >> with 80-degree weather, how could you not, people are
2:00 in the afternoon, this weather is bringing people out for a cold one. >> i like to think of it as like an irish vacation, you have a different beer in a different place. >> county parks are tracking it up tick at recreational spaces. >> from golf to aquatics, and our concession areas, they've been booming this year with a lot of people coming out to enjoy outdoors. >> this man at lincoln park come in, multiple that by a $30 standard fee for 18 holes for one of some 15 golf courses, that equals good business. >> reporter: what's the best part of this weather? >> golfing. i don't think there's been as nice a september in years. and the course is in the best shape as it's ever been. >> reporter: and the weather is drawing people to fruit farms. i take you to one in mequon.
estabrook, i'm veronica macias, today's tmj4. >> thanks, veronica. well, hundreds of immigrants from countries that may pose a threat to the u.s. mistakenly granted citizenship, that's ahead. >> shannon: the battle against muscular dystrophy. it's not a meteor. the story caught on cell phone camera. next. >> a live look at waukesha, you can see the storm clouds have moved in. people got their headlights on,
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parachuting to a field with non-life-threatening injuries. two people inside the home were also not hurt. >> george: lining up for gasoline in the southeastern u.s. a ruptured pipeline has been shut down that's's triggered a gas shortage. prices going up, work continues round the clock to repair the pipeline and get gas flowing again. the u.s. government mistakenly granted citizenship to 800 immigrants from countries of concern for national security or countries with high rates of pending deportation orders. the report issued today the homeland security department says the immigrants used different names or birth dates, and the discrepancies weren't caught because their are fingerprints were missing from databases. the first drug for muscular dystrophy, following a campaign from patients and doctors who
specific type of muscular dystrophy which affects boys. money spend on lobbying 8-1. even worse, the report from the associated press finds those same drug companies now stand to make more money off of new pills which they're marketing at safer and tougher to abuse, but which may not actually work to stem opiates are the drugs at the center of the overdose epidemic. a local police officer arresteded for drunk-driving. >> charles benson is live. >> charles: she sent one to the hospital, who she crashed into...that is surprising. and that's coming up new on "live at 6:00" only on today's tmj4. >> thanks, charles. >> george: we're going to look
pouring down rain unless there's a reporter standing out in it. >> we have pete zervakis with the latest, coming down pretty hard, you try to find some cover, but you're taking it like a man. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. we're under shelter at a church parking lot right off highway 18. i wanted to take one for the team and stand out in the rain rather than under the shelter, right off highway 18, i'm going to step out of the picture. that's background. the rain's coming down pretty good. kind of starting to clear up a little bit here. but we can tell you that as we started heading west through our viewing area about an hour ago, the rain did get progressively worse and heavier on i-94 around oconomowok and continued west on 18. it was pretty bad in this area. we also do want to point out that if you're going to be driving home from work at this time, be careful on the roadways, they were pretty
turn into this parking lot where we are for our live shot because the roads are very slippery and wet. the rain seems to be coming and going, it comes in a heavy batch of rain, then it lightens up. we are going to head west down highway 18 and monitor the storm. pete zervakis, today's tmj4. >> shannon: thanks, pete. a live look from the airport where you can see the clouds in our area, no precipitation >> george: scott pointed out that the things were moving from west to east. let's check in with scott. he was in jefferson county. we had a shot of west bend where it was raining, as well. >> scott: moments ago, in fact, severe thunderstorm warning that was in effect for right where pete was standing in southwestern jefferson county, it's been dropped. and right now, shannon, george, there are no warnings to speak of across our viewing area, that is good news, the warnings have
thunderstorm watch, the potential for severe weather to develop goes right up until 8:00 tonight for your entire viewing area, with the exception of you folks in the north fond du lac and sheboygan counties, here's "storm team 4" max radar, watch the progression of this intense squall line developed to our northwest ahead of a cold front that's slicing through the area now. and you can see the intense thunderstorms, the fire up, and seeing a lot of lightning associated with this. all right, so, this is where pete is standing right here. so there was downpours where he was. this cell took a right turn and is traveling more toward rock county outside of our viewing area. whitewater, you're just on the northern edge of the heavy downpour, there is plenty of lightning associated with that. you're seeing your skies light up like a christmas tree. up to the north at the neighborhood level, to the east of newburg and through ozaukee county down through port washington, an intense lightning display in the skies, along with
there, 43. you can see right at the bend around port washington, and heading towards sheboygan county, really intense downpours taking place. now, as we widen out the view again, and i add a tracker to this, you can see the metro area looks to be affected by this, as we approach the bottom of the hour, and toward about 5:45. lake geneva, about a quarter of 6:00, kenosha county, you're going to be some of the last line at 6:30. we'll keep a close eye on that. the hail shafts most intense to the west around dane county, starting to fall apart a little bit. there's some hail associated with this initial line. just to the south of whitewater, and also around the northern edge in ozaukee county, some of the hail was golf ball size. we got this from john in the madison area, the most intense in dane county, you can see the size of that hail that came
our tower cam in west bend. torrential downpour just a moment ago, that's lightening up quickly as the system continues to move to the east. this is a picture from our port washington tower cam. there have been frequent lightning strikes that we've been noticing on our tower cam system. in your weather headlines, expect rumbles to roll through, a terrific tuesday, this is not going to last long. sunshine returns, and a slow slide in our temperatures. more than temperatures, 60, 64 in beaver dam. still 82? if racine. 82 in kenosha. . notice on the satellite radar combination, there's that cold front, that cold front racing to the east, up to the northwest, though, this narrow line, and clearing coming our way overnight. future forecast indicates once this line is through, things are going to improve in a hurry especially past midnight. your storm team 4cast for
storms going on to diminish around 9:00. then decreasing clouds after midnight. temperatures dipping down to near 58?. for tomorrow, bright blue skies on the way, sunny and warm, as temperatures reach back to near 78. here comes your "storm team 4" 7-day forecast, we get a picture perfect day tomorrow, short-lived, we'll see a return to unsettled weather after a quiet start to wednesday. wednesday afternoon, another system approach, showers and storms coming our way wednesday first part of friday, and lingering precipitation for the
. the packers with a rough night in minneapolis last night after they got beat by the vikings sunday night football. one call that hurt them as the fourth down decision third quarter by head coach mike mccarthy, an aggressive call by the coach, 10-7 on 4th and 2 on the 14-yard line. he decided to go for it instead of a field goal, which would have tied the game up. it backfired.
scenario, mike mccarthy takes the points and kicks the field goal. against the vikings' third quarter decides not to go for the field goal 4th and 2. and james starks is stopped short. >> 4th and 2...felt the advantage to the offense, in that particular situation. and...solid play call, that's my pressure. i felt like we had kind of beat them with the run, had a chance maybe to throw it out to jordy, maybe convert it. but, it felt good, not sure about the spot. we'll have to go back and look at it. felt like from where i was standing that we had maybe gotten the ball a little farther. but, you know, i like the call, it was an aggressive call, we were moving the ball well...
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the streets. the man wanted in bombings that terrorized new york and new jersey, captured alive after a massive manhunt. the suspect allegedly caught on camera at mb manhattan. today's arrest just hours after a new explosion near a new jersey train station. how authorities use evidence left behind and the public's health to track him down. tonight new details about the suspect, a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan. his past troubles with law enforcement and his travels overseas. and troubling questions. what was the motive and did the bomber have help?