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wisconsin later today-- the areas ?still under a flash flood watch this morning... brian gotter has that right now. after morning downpours, yesterday was a dreary and very humid day with highs near 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect until 7pm today for areas north and west of milwaukee for more scattered downpours throughout the day with muggy highs near 80. downpours continue tonight
pictures like this damage left behind, smashed storefronts. someone actually caught this guy throwing a bench through a store window all of that damage done after peaceful protests turn violent -- this is what it was like on the ground during the chaos. flash bangs, flares and tear gas hurled back and fourth between protestors and police officers.this all started after a black police earlier this week. aside from the man that was shot -- four police officers and two other civilians were taken to police say a milwaukee mother is lying about why her infant daughter has been admitted to the hospital more than 20 times. 24-year-old kiara patterson is facing charges for physical abuse of a child. patterson claimed her child was suffering from seizures, but doctors say tests prove the baby girl was healthy. a kenosha man is expected to
to kidnap two women in seperate incidents. police say 62 year old leroy johnson tried to force a 52-year-old woman and a 14-year-old girl into his car last october. in both attempts johnson pulled a pellet gun. the victims were able to get away. the former p-t-o presdient of hawthorne elementary in waukesha is looking for a lesser sentence today after stealing thousands of dollars from the p-t-o fund. jaime cutts faces 10 years in prison and 25-thousand dollars in fines for taking more than 14- thosuand dollars from the p-t-o. cutts has paid almost 5- thosuand dollars back from the money she stole. waukesha police need your help finding an armed robbery suspect.investigators say this man entered a p-d-q gas station wednesday just before noon.he pulled out a gun, demanded money and made off with an unknown amount of cash before running off. developing this morning:the county's director of health and human services expects to learn in the next several hours whether he will keep his
post for five years. but some county supervisors aren't convinced he should be reconfirmed. pete zervakis is live with a look ahead at the controversy. a county committee last week voted 3 to 2 to ?not reaffirm colon as director of the health and human services administration. some county supervisors have raised concerns over colon's qualifications. among them: that he oversaw the launch of a program health facility housing sex offenders into a residential neighborhood. supervisor supreme moore omokunde says colon's also failed to do enough to provide local placement alternatives for milwaukee county youth housed at the state's lincoln hills and copper lake juvenile detention facilities. but in response to the committee's vote.... colon's supporters have rallied behind him - even gathering on the steps of the county courthouse. they argue he's taken steps to end chronic homelessness in milwaukee county.
county board is expected to vote at a 9:30 meeting here this morning. colon will attend. live...pz... tmj4 the department of workforce development reports unemployment in wisconsin dropped in most of the state's largest cities from july to august.right now the unemployment rate is 4.2% for wisconsin.that remains less than the national average of 4.9%. approval rating remains the same, but is still lower than president obama's and fellow wisconsin republican and house speaker paul ryan.according to a new marquette university law school poll governor walker's aprroval rating is at 38%. president obama's is at 54% and speaker ryan is coming in at 47%.walker's approval has been around 40% ever since his failed run for president year. governor walker is hoping to reach a solution with his fellow republicans over road fundingwalker just sent a
speaker robin vos encouraging state lawmakers to work with him.walker has promised not to raise taxes or fees to pay for roads a judge's ruling in favor of a transgender teen in kenosha could make an impact on school districts across wisconsin.for other wisconsin schools1:23 "right now the state law is very very unclear on this." :46 "what you have is a federal district judge who's essentially issued a ruling applying to this district and sets a precedent for other wisconsin schoolsa federal unified school district from barring ash whitaker from using the boys bathroom. whitaker was born a female, but identifies as a male.right now the school's attorney is appealing the judge's a new mural on milwaukee's east side is spurring a heated debate on social media.the mural depicts a young black man in a prison outfit.the artist says the piece was supposed to be "a sharp criticism of mass incarceration and the violence that it does to communities of color."some are criticizing
incentive.at very least... it's creating a conversation. "i'm all for using it as a catalyst to heal, to educate, to make some sort of an impact that would change the design for african american in this city, as well as the nation.' the artist has apologized, saying he should gotten more feedback from community advocates before painting the mural.it's unclear if the mural will be re-painted. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--grand openingthe milwaukee neighborhood getting a brand new mexican then -- shopping spree.why kohl's in brookfield is picking up the tab for 60 local runners. taking a live look outside...
burnham park neighborhood. el se?orial mexican restaurant will open its doors for the first time this afternoon. the owners invested nearly 6- hundred-50 thousand dollars to expand into the neighborhood. they expect the new location will bring in more than 20 new jobs to the community. kohl's in brookfield is hosting a shopping spree for breast cancer survivors.its all to benefit 60 people running in the komen southeast the komen southeast wisconsin race for the cure.the retailer will pick up the tab for the runner everything else they need to gear up for the racerace for the cure is this up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--breaking now-the internet company -- used by millions of people -- reportedly hit with a massive data breach this morningalso-- candidates react.what donald trump and hillary clinton are saying about overnight riots
when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. to your home or office in milwaukee. panera. food as it should be. breaking right now..if you have yahoo email address you
are going to want to hear this. yahoo executives could confirm this week -- a massive data breach that exposed information of tens of millions of its users. according to the tech blog --recode , that confirmation - - if it comes -- would follow claims that surfaced in early august that a hacker was
passwords and birth dates of yahoo users on the dark web.if you've never heard of the dark web, it's essentially a black market of secret websites.all this is surfacing at the same time as verizon is looking to buy yahoo for billions of dollars. in the meantime, what can you do to protect yourself if you do have a yahoo email? change your password. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after morning downpours, yesterwa very humid day with highs near 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect until 7pm today for areas north and west of milwaukee for more scattered downpours throughout the day with muggy
with lows in the mid 60s.the best chance for rain on friday is before noon, but a few pop up showers are possible through the afternoon. it will be cooler, breezy and 60s. saturday morning has a few isolated showers, then it is partly cloudy and comfortable with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s. sunday is partly cloudy and
new numbers from the marquette university law school poll show a tightening race between hillary clinton and donald trump.the poll shows clinton leading trump 44 perecent to 42 percent among likely voters. despite the close race, trump has not campaigned in wisconsin in over a month, while clinton has not been to the badger state since april. in politics this morning: hillary clinton and donald trump are weighing in on the protests in charlotte.tracie potts is live in washington with that plus, where they are
(nats)presidential candidates are reacting to the violence in north carolina, a battleground state. and the police shooting of an unarmed man in tulsa, oklahoma. (sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee :11-:15) "i to become intolerable." ("fox news") super burned indonald trump - in a fox town hall - says to stop inner-city crime: ("fox news") super burned in (sot: donald trump/ (r) nominee :18-:22) "i would do stop-and-frisk. i think you have to."democrats point out, a federal court declared it unconstitutional.trump argues democrats turned their backs on black voters:(sot: donald trump/ (r) nominee :30-:36) "they look for the votes of people living in in the inner cities, and then they say, 'we'll see you later, in four years.'"trump's down seven points among likely voters in our latest nbc-wall street
way race -- headed into monday's debate. clinton's team says she's practicing, not sure - as they put it - "which trump will show up." she's released new web videos, hitting trump on not releasing his taxes yet:(nats of clinton web ad, "you think there's almost like somethings wrong. what's wrong?")and using his charity's money to pay off legal settlements:(nats of clinton web ad, "there's nothing like doing things with other peoples money.")trump, meantime, seems to be courting former rival ted cruz - backing cruz' push to extend government authority a top democrat here is asking the i-r-s to investigate how donald trump's foundation spent money on his behalf. the agency is already looking into "pay to play" against the foundation. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --feeling blue. the one thing college students can do to make themselves feel better while away from home . also -- hair loss -- not just for men.the three things women may be doing to damage their
in today's health:hair loss isn't just a problem affecting men.many women also notice their hair thinning or falling out as they get older.doctors say the chemicals women put in their hair to make it look good can contribute to them losing it.excessive heat can also permanently damage hair. even putting your hair into a ponytail after time can cause hair loss. "if you pull your hai very tightly, braid the hair very tightly, that can cause hair loss so what we do to our hair can be as damaging as things coming from inside of our body"genetics also play a role in hair loss.women suffering from a thyroid deficiency tend to notice hair loss. a new study shows the cure for homesickness among college students could be as simple as spending a little time with man's best friend.researchers found students who spent time with dogs felt more satisfied with life and less homesick
out of college. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --we're staying on top of breaking news-- out of north carolina this morning. new pictures-- just into our newsroom of the moment the ?national guard-- stepped in to take control of violent protests in north carolina. we have an update-- next.
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.
and breaking overnight: state of emergency-- in north carolina... a second night of riots... this time someone got shot and the national guard deployed. a look at the damage this morning and what city leaders are doing-- to restore the peace. and tracking more rain:another round of showers-- is moving east-- into our area. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- gives you a detailed look at when the rain arrives in your neighborhood. 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 meteorologist brian gotter. after morning downpours, yesterday was a dreary and very humid day with highs near 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect
happening today: city leaders will gather to tout a funding boost for fighting violence in milwaukee. pete zervakis is live at the zeidler municipal building in downtown milwaukee with a look ahead. mayor and other city leaders will announce milwaukee is one of eight cities across the country to get violence prevention grant money... through the resiliency in communities after stress and trauma program. the money comes cfrom the substance abuse and mental health services administration. to have a chance at receiving the funding... milwaukee had to show it's experienced civil unrest - like mass protests - within the past two years. it applied for the grant back in
summer's riot in sherman park. a news release from the city doesn't specify how much money milwaukee is getting. but the program's website indicates the max. available to each community receiving grant money is one million the funding will be put towards efforts to improve public safety and strengthen milwaukee's troubled neighborhoods. live...pz... 'breaking right now...the ground in charlotte after the governor there declares a state of emergency -- these pictures are from twitter. another violent night in that city overnight.one man was shot by another protestor and is in the hospital on life support right now. on top of that storefronts were smashed, looters were out and police threw tear gas, flash bangs and flares to try and break up crowds. all of this happening after a black man, keith scott, was shot and killed by police earlier this week.police say
witnesses are saying he was only holding a book. take a look at this tweet from the n-b-c station in charlotte -- this is a picture from someone who witnessed that shooting.in the foreground, you can see what appears to be a gun. all this while the demands continue for charlotte police to release dash cam and body camera video of that shooting. authorities not budging saying it won't be released till the investigation is finishsed. a little boy is in the hospital in serious condition this morning after he was accidently shot. 9 year old julian clark was shot by his 6 year old brother, according to milwaukee police it happened around 4 wednesday afternoon.they are not sure yet how the children got a hold of a gun.a woman was taken from the home last night in handcuffs but so far no one is facing any charges from the shooting. the milwaukee county medical examiner will do an autopsy today -- on an infant who died in west allis.officials confirm they were called out to 84th and orchard last night. there's no early indication of
charges for breaking into the beans and barley restaurant on milwaukee's east side.officers say they found two large windows and a door smashed wednesday morning once inside, they discovered the man with stolen merchandise and arrested him.the business was closed for a few hours while workers cleaned up glass. police need your help catching the man and woman who robbed the dominos pizza near uw- milwaukee on tuesday morning. police tell us the man pointed a gun at the employee and demanded sh didn't cover her face -- was armed with a knife.no one was hurt. franklin police looking for the guy who robbed the north shore bank near 76th and rawson.take a look.he demanded money and ran off with an undetermined amount of cash.no one was hurt during this holdup franklin police are still looking for tips from the public. today, governor scott walker will be in milwaukee to make an announcement on wisconsin's opioid epidemic.the governor will also help launch walgreen's drug take back
35th and wisconsin.the safe medication disposalprogram allows wisconsin residents to conveniently dispose of any unused, unwanted or expired up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--fighting the flu... why we have fewer choices this year when it comes to the vaccine.then -- holiday classicthe familiar faces making a cameo in the rep's production of a christmas carol.
after morning downpours, yesterday was a dreary and very humid day with 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect until 7pm today for areas north and west of milwaukee for more scattered downpours throughout the day with muggy highs near 80. scattered downpours continue tonight
the north shore health department will not be offering nasal mist for this year's flu season. department is following c-d-c guidelines saying the spray vaccine should not be used. federal and state health officials say the shot is more effective.north shore health services seven communities including shorewood and milwaukee fashion week kicks off tonight. it's happening on the top floor at the hyatt downtown .. today's tmj-4 stopped by during rehearsal. from hair and makeup to the models and designers, almost everyone is from wisconsin. - it's so cool because i feel
wisconsin they don't think fashion so it's exciting that we get this event to showcase our hard work and our passion i'm excited i'm totally nervous as well but it's a great opportunity to kind of showcase that blind women are into fashion as milwaukee fashion week is going on thursday-saturday. proceeds benefit pathfinders. you can get tickets at the door. for more information visit our website new this morning: the announced the celebrity guests who will make cameo's in this year's 'a christmas carol.' seven local celebrities will walk on during this year's shows, including 'hank the ballpark pup, our colleague, jane matenaer from newsradio 620 wtmj... and our own susan kim. here's some video from my epic cameo last year. i was among those who got the unique opportunity to walk on during this holiday classic. if you want to see susan... she's offering a great deal. on
percent off tickets to the show, using the promo code, winter. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4roll out the red carpet.... the busy weekend for film buffs in milwaukeethen -- a tough day on capitol hill.why lawmakers are demanding the makers of epipen increases in the price of the drug. darien: why have the latest smartphone if you can't use it wherever you go? switch to u.s. cellular for our best plan yet: 7 gigs of data per line for only $49. to share more photos at your cabin or video chat at your secret fishing spot... all for just $49. the best part? we put towers in places the other guys don't. because u.s. cellular thinks you deserve a signal
in washington are demanding mylan, the company that makes epipens, release documents to explain their reasoning for dramatically raising the price of the life saving drug.c-e-o heather bresch was in the hot seat on wednesday, facing questions about the price hike. the drug went from $100 in 2007 to $600 now.bresch claimed the company only made $50 per epipen sold and had to find a balance between the price and accessibility.one lawmaker said that was hard to believe and parents don't have a choice for their children. north dakota's national guard is getting more financial aid as it helps law enforcement deal with protests at the dakota access pipeline.they've already spent close to two- million-dollars on the protests.now they'll get six- million-dollars to help pay for their work at the protest site.demonstrators argue the pipeline would hurt environment and the standing rock sioux tribe says it cuts through burial grounds. supports say it would help improve the
dollars in damages over an oil spill on the yellowstone river in 20-11.the money will go towards a plan to restore wildlife and repair damages caused by the spill. exxon-mobil has already spent 135 million dollars to clean up the spill and restore damaged areas.the oil giant has also paid millions in fines for pollution after months of construction.. . apple has unveiled a massive solar plant, built in the ara square foot building will power apple's data command center.... with the left over energy it creates... going back to homes and buisnesses in the phoenix area. officials say the plant can supply about 12,500 homes at once. breaking news right now...i-94 shut down in minneapolis because of heavy rain and flooding.and it's not just there. drivers stranded and business swamped in maple grove about 15-20 miles from minneapolis
their cars through the flooding. major problems in northern wisconsin as well.flooding in trempealeau county -- that you can see right here. you can see in this video washed out roads because of all that heavy rain.it's a similar story in nearby clark county -- ready wisconsin announcing a state of emergency there overnight because of dozens of washed out roads. and we're also hearing that in vernon county -- a mudslides pushed a home onto highway 35 -- that just happened this morning.and it's not over yet -- meteorologist brian gotter is watching that sto after morning downpours, yesterday was a dreary and very humid day with highs near 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect until 7pm today for areas north and west of milwaukee
throughout the day with muggy highs near 80. scattered downpours continue tonight with lows in the mid 60s.the best chance for rain on friday is before noon, but a few pop up showers are possible through the afternoon. it will be cooler, breezy and less humid with highs in the upper 60s. saturday morning has a few isolated showers, then it is partly cloudy and comfortable with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
lower 70s with scattered afternoon showers. after morning downpours, yesterday was a dreary and very humid day with highs near 80, and scattered late afternoon t'showers. there is a flash flood watch in effect until 7pm today for areas north and west of milwaukee for more throughout the day with muggy highs near 80. scattered downpours continue tonight with lows in the mid 60s.the best chance for rain on friday is before noon, but a few pop up showers are possible through the afternoon. it will be cooler, breezy and less humid with highs in the upper
incident freetraffic building to a medium volume damp roads and foggy on the roads speeds are at or above posted except at 894 north the drive time is doubledbrewers versus pirates at 7:10 miller park tonight the milwaukee film festival starts its two week run today. 300 films will be shown at five different theaters across milwaukee.there are a variety of film genres that will be shown including a lot of locally produced "there's so many different movies, there's really something for everyone in the festival and we expect to top
70,000 people." there are still tickets available for the opening night film called: life, animated. 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... violence... destruction... and gunfire in charlotte overnight. an update-- on the chaos in north carolina... and how city officials are trying
qualifications. among them: that he oversaw the launch of a program placing a mental health facility housing sex offenders into a residential neighborhood. supervisor supreme moore omokunde says colon's also failed to do enough to provide local placement alternatives for milwaukee county youth housed at the state's lincoln hills and copper lake juvenile detention facilities. but in response to the vote.... supporters behind him - even the steps of the county courthouse. they argue he's taken steps to end chronic homelessness county. colon's been open about his desire to keep his job. the county board is vote at a here this colon will live...pz... tmj4 breaking overnight:a state of emergency is declared in north carolina after overnight protests.one man shot by another civilian and is in the hospital this morning.national guard is on the ground in the city to keep the peace. this all started after a black police officer shot and killed a black man. a major announcement down at city later today mayor barrett... will join health officials.. and other community leaders to details about a new violence prevention grant to help improve public safety in local
one of eight cities nationwide to receive the a year after dropping out of the race for president - governor walker's approval rating is at 43 percent in wisconsin.the marquette law school poll shows the rating unchanged from three weeks ago. president obama's rating is 54 percent. house speaker paul
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good morning. breaking news. chaos in charlotte. a second straight night of violent unrest. one protester shot. other demonstrators turning tables and hotel into lockdown. this morning, a state of emergency in effect as the nation guard is called in. the blast. chilling new surveillance video of the moment the bomb exploded in new york city. the fbi is searching for these two mystery men. >> ready to rumble with the first debate just four days away, our new new poll shows hillary clinton expanding her national lead over donald trump