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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs in the lower 80s, even at the lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at t'showers developed in the late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humidity dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy dense fog in the inland areas. today is the pick day of the week with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower
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our first our first look this morning at the two new jersey police officers who were wounded in a shootout with this man -- bombing suspect ahmad khan
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are expected to make full recoveries -- this is officer angel padilla -- he was shot in the torso, but wasn't seriously hurt because of his bullet proof vest.on the right -- this is officer peter hammer -- it's still not clear where he was hit. and while those officers recover in the hospital -- the 28-year-old suspect is also recovering from his injuries. rahami is believed to have planted bombs in new york and new bombs in new york and new jersey over the weekend -- one explosion in chelsea on saturday night wounded 29 people. this morning authorities saying there is no reason to believe there are any more bombs planted and they're reiterating rahami was working alone. milwaukee's common council wants to expand early voting to more sites across the city. that's on the agenda at city hall this morning. pete zervakis is live at city hall with a look ahead . the common council meets at 9 this morning... less than one week before early voting is expected to start in milwaukee. a recent, federal court ruling
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schedules. in milwaukee... the election comission says you can vote early starting monday... at the zeidler building... midtown center... and forest home library. the resolution on the council's agenda today also calls for early voting sites at m-a-t-c's downtown campus... at marquette... and at uw- milwaukee... and urges those campuses to comply with the city to make that happen. this morning... is a vote on creating an office of african american american affairs... which would oversee city policies related to the "special needs of the city's african american residents." live...pz.. tmj4
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are reminding people to report any suspicious activity.they say with school underway and it's getting darker earlier it's important to tell police if you notice anything unusual. officers say watching out for one another helps build strong and safe neighborhoods. the milwaukee county district attorney's office says there's no time-frame on when its review into the sylville smith case will be done.the state justice department completed its investigation last week and it's now up to district attorney john chisholm to decide if charges will be filed against the officer who killed smith. the sherman park fence fight continues.sheriff david clarke's request for a new judge in the case has been granted. earlier this month... clarke was barred from re-installing the temporary fence that surrounded the park following violence there following the death of sylville smith. city leaders and community members are working to bridge the gap following last month's riots in sherman park.they
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focused on police and community relations and communicating more effectively between the two groups. 19:02:07-17 you have a right to retaliate against those who are killing you. an individual has that right. and certainly who are under that kind of tyranny have that right, and there is a time for that. 18:53:57 should someone have the right to resist a police officer? i would say no. 03 18:53:20 everyday our officers come to work, they come to work in their heart hoping to affect this positive. to do something good. 33those who attended the forum told us this is a good first step to making real change in the community. a new consumer alert.you could be eligible for a piece of the class-action settlement over moldy washing machines, but the time is running out to apply.if you have a whirlpool, kenmore or maytag front- loading washing machine.. manufactured between 2001 and 2010 you may be eligible for up to 500- dollars in cash.the
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tmj-4-dot-com. badger basketball star bronson koenig is reportedly back in wisconsin after spending the weekend in north dakota.koenig and his brother went in support of the protest of a pipeline that would go through tribal land. "just meeting all these young native kids and just seeing the looks on their faces, it brings some joy to my life, and i'm happy i can bring some joy to theirs."the dakota access pipeline will stretch from north dakota to illinois. the standing rock tribe the standing rock tribe says the project will destroy some of its prayer and burial a racine police k-9 has a new ballisitics vest thanks to an eighth grader.her name is maddie... she's from elkhorn. she started saving her own money for the vest 4 years ago. over that time she raised one- thousand dollars. enough to purchase the new protective gear for k-9 titan.
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today's tmj4--red cross award of merit.what a local greenfield boy did to win the national award.then -- the milwaukee art museum's fountains are turning pink today.the cause they are rallying behind. taking a live look outside... today - we'll make some traditional mexican tacos. plus - we'll see some talented dogs run an agility course right here in the studio.join
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the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs in the lower 80s, even at the lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. pop up late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humidity dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy dense fog in the inland areas. today is the pick day of the
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of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower after 2am. paralympic athlete rebecca murray will be welcomed home in germantown today after winning gold in rio.she was part of the wheelchair basketball team the beat germany to bring home the gold. a parade will be held in her honor a young greenfield boy will be presented with the american red cross certificate of merit tonight.abram suminski learned first aid basics in a red cross babysitters's training course and those skills helped save the life of his brother logan.logan was choking on a piece of candy when abram used the heimlich maneuver to get it out.when hearing about what he had done, his course instructor nominated him for the national award.
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morning. all of the museum's fountains will turn pink today. it's in honor susan g komen race for the cure that's coming up this sunday along the lakefront. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--a tulsa police officer is under investigation for the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man.what the newly released video shows. also-- a new survey out this morning on hillary clinton and
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hillary clinton back on top of the presidential race this morning.that's according to a new n-b-c news survey monkey poll released within the last hour.clinton -- has 49 percent of registered voters and donaldmp this time the margin of error is just about 1 percent, giving clinton a several point lead.also this morning both trump and clinton weighing in on the terrorist bombings in new york and new jersey.both candidates pouncing to try and capitalize on the attacks -- clinton accusing trump of giving aid and comfort to islamic terrorists because his anti-muslim rhetoric makes it easy to recruit new fighters. trumps saying the u-s should use whatever lawful methods are availalble to get more
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immigrant arrested for the bombings. beyond wisconsin...an investigation is underway in tulsa after police shoot and kill an unarmed black man. newly released video shows the confrontation between terence crutcher and officers.officers say they were called to a report of crutcher's s-u-v stalled on the road.they claim crutcher was being uncooperative, but chopper video and dashcam video shows him walking with his hands up back towards his car.one officer deployed his taser, when suddenly fires one shot, killing crutcher.she has been put on paid leave.the tulsa police chief confirms crutcher was unarmed and there were ?no? weapons in his s-u-v. the fence surrounding orlando's pulse nightclub has been taken down.the black tarp over the fence contained words of remembrance, honoring the 49 people killed there by a gunman in june. that tarp will be saved along with other items for a permanent memorial. a new wall will be put up
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flowers at the site will be used for compost. the short lived ceasefire in the city of aleppo has ended after an airstrike hit a convoy killing at least a dozen people.it is unclear who carried out the strike, but the syrian observatory for human rights monitoring group says 35 airstrikes have been carried out since the truce ended.according to a u-n spokesman, the convoy was delivering aid for 78-thousand people. a fire forced the evacuation of fu eastern aegean island of lesbos.more than four-thousand people in the camp were evacuated, but none of them were reported hurt.police are investigating the possibility that some of the residents started the fire. a powerful typhoon landed in southern japan early this morning, causing floods and landslides along its path.the typhon struck just after midnight.strong winds, heavy rain and flooding forced residents to evacuate.
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now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs in the lower 80s, even at the lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. pop up t'showers developed in the late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humi dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy dense fog in the inland areas. today is the pick day of the week with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower
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highs in the lower 80s, and a chance for scattered afternoon t'showers. thursday is humid with t'showers likely with heavy rain at times, and highs in the upper 70s. there is still a chance for a few showers on friday, but it will be cooler and less humid with highs in the r saturday is partly cloudy and
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breaking news now-- along the racine-kenosha county line. this is a live picture coming to us from highway 32 and k-r. mount pleasant police are redi two people got hit in a drive by shooting. we're working to get more information, and we'll update you as it comes in. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --the health condition that experts say marriage can help with.also-- five-second rule debunked.how long it takes for food you've dropped on the ground to be
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problems could be affecting your heart health.the american heart association says getting too little or too much sleep may increase the risk of heart disease.sleep deprivation has been linked to weight gain and depression as well.getting too much sleep can actually lead to you feeling lathargic... similar to jet lag. there's plenty of benefits of marriage and now a new study suggests it can improve the health of people with type two diabetes. researchers looked at the medical records of almost 300 diabetic adults. they found married people were half as likely to be overweight had better blood sugar control. bad news this morning for those of you that adhere those of you that adhere to the five- second rule... scientists say bacteria actually contaminates food much quicker than that. they found contamination could occur in less than a second. moist foods, like watermelon, had the most amount of bacteria.and foods dropped on carpet had less contamination than those dropped on tile or
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today's tmj4 --charged: the shocking place-- a milwaukee police officer-- got picked up for suspected drunk driving. plus-- new this morning: your first chance to hear from the father-- of the man police say planted bombs in new york and new jersey. how he reacted the minute he found out his son
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old.
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charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look. whoa. now at 6:30-- an n-b-c exclusive.what the serial bombing suspect's father is saying about his son this morning...and why investigators say they haven't been able to get any
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plus: bathroom battle: why a transgender teen is taking his high school to court-- today. welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs in the lower 80s, even at the lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. pop up t'showers developed in the late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humidity dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy
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week with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower after 2am. incident freeslow drive time on 894 north at national because of zipper merge traffic speeds are slow use alternate route of highway 100
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the suspected serial bomber's father.28-year-old ahmed kahn rahami is recovering in the hospital after a shootout with police -- and refusing to speak to investigators -- he won't even give his name. meanwhile his father spoke very briefly about his son -- saying he had quote "no idea" about his son's actions.rahami is accused of setting off multiple homemade bombs in new york and new jersey over the weekend -- injuring 29 people. "and when you hear now that he's been accused of this, do you believe it? do you believe it? i'm not on exactly. you're not sure? no, i'm not sure what's happening exactly. but, it's very hard right now to talk, ok? thank you." rahami's father also saying his heart is heavy.now let's get to pete zervakis -- he joins us live from milwaukee to tell us what local terror experts are saying about this weekends bombings, pete good morning.
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career researching how terrorists think... the weekend attacks fit the mold of extremist groups like i- s-i-s or al qaeda. terrorism expert anne speckhard - who's based in d-c - says that's because both groups like to orchestrate several attacks in quick succession. speckhard runs a non-profit. she talks with defectors from terror groups... then posts those interviews online. speckh told today's tmj4 via skype the i-s-i-s terror group is very internet savy. a spokesperson for i-s-i-s has been calling for attacks on americans since june. she hopes her website - detailing the horrors of terror groups - will help combat the cyber influence of extremists. the f-b-i's milwaukee division released a statement in the wake of the weekend attacks. saying it routinely shares information about potential threats with local law enforcement.... and that the
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activity. live...pz... tmj4 a menomonee falls man begins serving his two-year sentence today for a deadly hit and run in germantown last august. adam neuhaus was sentenced to prison and five years probation in the death of 50-year-old keith habernicht. police say he had been drinking before the crash. we are working to find out the blood alcohol level of an off-duty milwaukee police officer accused of plowing
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saturday's crash at 76th and florist.one of the officers had to be taken to the hospital.baalke is a training officer at district 4. she has been with the department for 22-years. it could take a while before we learn what caused a deadly plane crash in door county. a teenage girl and her instructor were killed in the crash.authorities believe the instructor had control of the plane when "something went wrong."the f-a-a website shows the 69-year-old had what's called a conditional license to fly. must have a yearly medical review to renew the license. today, lawyers for a kenosha transgender student will be back in federal court.they will ask for an injuction that would block the school district from barring his use of the boys bathroom .ash whitaker filed the suit, after tremper high denied him access to the restroomyesterday, the judge rejected a request from the district to dismiss that lawsuit. officials in sheboygan county are trying to figure out why
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stormy weather .. even though there was no tornado.the fire department tells us: the sirens were activated during thunderstorms monday afternoon. those who heard them say the noise only lasted for a few minutes. but it shook them up. i have a fear of being in a tornado - never been in one - so i have this huge fear and i was thinking oh my gosh, is this really going to happen? i didn't know what was going on no word on how many sirens went off after a hiatus this summer due to air and water show will return to milwaukee next summer.the show is free, but generates more than a million dollars for the city.in the past, a portion of the proceeds benefited stars and stripes honor flight.the show is set for july 15th and 16th. organizers say the blue angels will be back to headline the show. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the star bucks player staying in milwaukee for a few more years.then -- admirals tickets go on sale
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the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs in the lower 80s, even at the
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breeze at 10-20 mph. pop up t'showers developed in the late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humidity dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy dense fog in the inland areas. today is the pick day of the week with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower after 2am. individual tickets to the milwaukee admirals go on sale this morning .the tickets can be purchased at the admirals box office on kilbourn, the bradley center box office or through ticketmasterthe ads kick off the season at uw- milwaukee panther arena october 29th. the "greek freak" will be staying in milwaukee a while. giannis antetokounmpo just got a four year - one hundred million dollar contract
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extension will be finalized later today at a news conference at the wisconsin entertainment and sports center the bucks drafted antetokounmpo in 20-13. we're offering free therapy for green bay packers fans upset over sunday's loss to the vikings. voice of the packers wayne larrivee will answer your questions live on facebook later this morning "green and gold live" online following live at daybreak at 7-30 a-m.just go to today's tmj-4 on facebook up next-- on up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4the breakfast food that could be on your plate this morning being recalled.then -- how some
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a heavy police presence t highway 32 in racine county. this is a live look... police radio traffic suggest this was some sort of drive by shooting.however, after several phone calls, we can't get anything confirmed from law enforcement.our
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there are no other vehicles besides law enforcement in the area right now.when officers arrived they began collecting some sort of evidence in paper bags -- this morning they're still searching.mainly along the railroad tracks. again this is all happening on highway 32 north of kr. the northbound lane of 32 is open, but southbound is shut down for several blocks.again we've got several calls in to mount pleasant police -- they're handling the investigation -- we'll let you know as soon as we hear beyond wisconsin...president obama will deliver his remarks today to the united nations general assembly.the high- level general debate opens as part of the ongoing 71st regular session of the u-n's general assembly.the president will also attend a luncheon hosted by u-n secretary general ban ki-moon and a roundtable discussion with the foreign heads of delegations. singer chris brown is scheduled to appear in court for his assault with a deadly weapon charge.brown was taken
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said he pointed a gun at her at his california home on august 30th.he was freed on 250-thousand dollars bond. brown's attorney called the allegations "demonstrably false." two people are recovering from their injuries this morning after a drunken driver hits them on the hollywood walk of fame.los angeles police say a woman first hit a car on hollywood boulevard before crashing into a building near the museum of broken relationships.police arrested the driver for felony hit hundreds of firefighters are battling an out-of-control wildfire at vandenberg air force base.the canyon fire has burned more than seven square miles at the south end of the base.so far, fire officials say no structures are threatened.the cause of the fire is under investigation. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. the work week started with a warm and humid day with highs
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lakefront, thanks to a sw breeze at 10-20 mph. pop up t'showers developed in the late afternoon, followed by downpours in the evening along a cold front. the humidity dropped, and the clouds cleared out overnight with lows in the 50s and lower 60s this morning and with patchy dense fog in the inland areas. today is the pick day of the week with highs near 80, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increase tonight with lows near 60, and just a slight chance for a shower after 2am.wednesday is mostly
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highs in the lower 80s, and a chance for scattered afternoon t'showers. thursday is humid with t'showers likely with heavy rain at times, and highs in the upper 70s. there is still a chance for a few showers on friday, but it will be cooler and less humid with highs in saturday is partly cloudy and
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if you're thinking about having about having eggo's nutri-grain whole wheat waffles for breakfast... you're going to want to check the box first.kellogg is recalling ten-kellogg is recalling ten-thousand cases because of a possible listeria combination.the waffles were sold in packs of ten with "best if used by" dates of november 21st and 22nd, 20-17. if you have them... throw them out and contact in today's money...scammers are targeting college students struggling to make payments on their loans.the consumer financial protection bureau says they've seen an increase in the number of companies charging large upfront fees to get borrowers into government debt relief plans.the c-f-p-b says students can actually sign up for those plans on their own for free. warranty service provider squaretrade tested apple's new iphones for water resistance and durability against samsung's galaxy note 7.all
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although they suffered some temporary audio muffling after taking a swim.in a face-down drop test... both the new iphones and the note 7 shattered. still ahead on live at daybreak -- a final check of your weather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you head out the door.including... voting season starting early in milwaukee.where and when you can cast your vote in this year's election. why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring ...fun. the why can't it smell like this all the time ...fun.
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis. he's live at city hall-- where voters will get a breakdown of when they can cast their ballots, early. the common council meets at 9 this morning... less than one week before early voting is
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milwaukee. a recent, federal court ruling allowed cities and towns to arrange their own early voting schedules. in milwaukee... the election comission says you can vote early starting monday... at the zeidler building... midtown center... and forest home library. the resolution on the council's agenda today also calls for early voting sites at m-a-t-c's downtown campus... at marquette... and at uw- milwaukee... and urges those campuses to comply with the city to make that happen. also on the council's agenda this morning... is a vote on creating an office of african american american affairs... which would oversee city policies related to the "s african american residents." live...pz.. tmj4 breaking news in the case of a suspected ohio serial killer. investigators discovered the body of a fifth person they believe is connected to shawn michael grate.grate is already facing two murder charges... he entered a not guily plea in court yesterday. and time is running out for you to cash in on a class-action settlement over moldy washing machinesif you
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maytag front-loading washing machine.. manufactured between 2001 and 2010 you may be eligible for up to 500- dollars in cash.the deadline is next month.there's a link to file a claim at tmj-4-dot- com. and hillary clinton is back on top of the presidential race this morning.that's according to a new n-b-c news survey monkey poll.clinton -- has 49 percent of registered voters and donald trump has 43- percent.the margin of error for the poll listed at just
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more questions than answers about the suspect in the bombing attacks in new york and new jersey. ahmad rahami hospitalized this morning after a shoot-out with police. investigators focusing on his trips overseas and the possible motive for the terror spree. his father speaking out to nbc news. >> did you know that your son was doing this? >> no. no. >> you had no idea. >> no idea. >> the very latest on the investigation. blame game in the wake of the bombings. donald trump and hillary clinton accuse each other of making the country less safe. >> hillary clinton's decisions overseas have left us with the threat we face today.

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