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near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 50s and winds gusty over 20 mph. this afternoon remains partly cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 60s, and westerly winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 40s and a westerly breeze to 15 mph. mph. light trafficdry roadsquiet and speeds are at or above postedincident freestarting at
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down lanes near highwy 100from 11 till 4:30 894 south shutsdown at greenfield ave alternates highway 100 or 84th street flooding and mudslides are devastating crops in western wisconsin.while it's looking like a dry week for that part of the state so far, last week's heavy rains have already done their damage. agriculture experts say many farmers will have to wait until the ground freezes to
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there's also some concern the wet conditions could lead to machinery breaking down during harvest. thousands of people living in eastern iowa are preparg fo severeflooding in the ahead.those living cities such as cedar rapids, waterloo and iowa city are filling sandbags and getting ready to flee their homes if need be.the cedar river expected to crest tomorrow at 23-feet... 8-feet above flood stage.it will be the worst flooding in that area since 2008. aware and effort to keep college students safe is turning out to be good advice for just about anyone. ann sterling is on the uwm campus with their safety message today. it's called it's called campus safety week to make sure students don't get too comfortable. it's a reminder to stay aware and alert. the event starts this morning at 8 am. campus police will be on hand
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training, a self-defense course, cpr, defibrillator training and information on alcohol awareness. milwaukee and shorewood police will also be out here to talk about safety in nearby neighborhoods. in the past months there have been a number of home break in's and car break ins in shore wood and that's one thing police will focus on. jury start today for one of the men accused in the murder of 5-year-old laylah peteresen. 21-year-old carl barrett junior is facing 1st degree reckless homicide charges. police say barrett and two other men targeted the wrong house, shooting instead at laylah's house and killing her almost two years ago. we're hoping to learn more today about a man who apparently drowned in the lagoon at mitchell park.the milwaukee county medical examiner says the man was
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a-m sunday morning.he later died at the hospital. early reports show the university of wisconsin system could lose around 5-thousand students this school year.that would mean tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue. four of the 13 four year u-w campuses saw smaller freshman classes.the biggest gain of the four year campuses... u-w madison with 274 students.the biggest loss... u-w milwaukee with with nearly 13-hundred students. decision 20-16 now: the first tonight-- right here on tmj4... and some voters will have already cast their ballots! early voting begins this morning in milwaukee, and fo rules aren't the same-- voters in ?every city. pete zervakis explains what yoneed to know-- if u want to vote, before november! starting at 10 a-m today, you can vote in person, absentee here at the zeidler building downtown.
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your ballot ahead of time. the other two - midtown center and forest home library - won't open until october 10th. the city's election commission says if you're going to vote before the election... you will - of course - have to be registered. you also have to show an acceptable form of i-d before you vote. in wisconsin... all absentee votes are not counted until election day. because of have a chance to change their minds. according to state law... each voter can be issued up to three ballots. so if you vote today... then change your mind during tonight's debate... you can return to your city clerk's office and ask for a do-over. your old ballot is retrieved and scrapped... and you can fill out another one.
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the golf world in mourning this morning.after golf legend arnold palmer dies.he was 87- years old and many consider him the greatest him the greatest golfer of all time. reports say palmer died of complications from heart problems at a hospital in pittsburgh. palmer's massive popularity is widely-credited for bringing golf to televi. times on the p-g-a tour, including ?seven? majors. along the way, he became the first person to win four times at the masters. fellow golfers are remembering palmers contributions to the sport and also to several different charities. wisconisn native -- steve stricker said this on twitter quote, "sad to hear the passing of a golf legend! he inspired so many people. he touched the lives of everyone so lucky to meet him. r-i-p the king." palmer does have ties to wisconsin -- he designed two
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the bog in saukville. the badgers have another tough week ahead of them, as they head back to michigan on saturday, this time taking on the wolverines.wisconsin with another shocker... crushing michigan state on the road. badgers over the spartans 30 to 6.bucky undefeated on the season and moving up three spots to number 8 in the a-p college football rankings.the spartans fall nine spots to number the packers head into the bye week coming off a win... and with a chance to get healthy after beating the lions at lambeau.last week's loss to the vikings in minneapolis had many packers fans concerned, but it looked like the pack was back yesterday.they beat the lions 34 to 27.voice of the packers wayne larrivee will be in our next half hour to break down green bay's win. up next on live at daybreak on
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getting today to help families in need.then -- the program looking to bring readers back to the milwaukee public library. today on the morning blend - the benefits of pilates and a brand new studio opening in the milwaukee area.plus - the best time to start estate
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the weekend was mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs near 70, but rain showers moved in yesterday afternoon and overnight along a cold front. when you went to bed it was near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 50s and winds gusty over 20 mph. this afternoon remains partly cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 60s, and westerly winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 40s and a westerly breeze to 15 mph. today a local today a local business is supporting local law enforcement and making sure children and families in distress have something to help ease their pain.the learning shop and bears for humanity are teaming up humanity are teaming up and donating 500 plush teddy bears to six police departments in
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if you've been avoiding the library because you have an outstanding late fee... here's your chance at a fresh start. the milwaukee public library is forgiving all late fees. the idea is to welcome back library goers who have been banned from the library because of fines and fees from overdue items. if you have any overdue fees or items... stop in at your nearest public library to ask about the forgiveness program. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--se in mourning. how a young pitcher suddenly died over the weekend. also-- road to the white house. the campaign sending the full ticket to wisconsin this week for appearances... and where you
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beyond wisconsin...syrian activists say at least 26 civilians were killed in renewed government airstrikes on the contested city of aleppo.as the fighting went on, the u-n security council convened an emergency meeting on the spiraling violence in syria. but the council failed to take action because of deep divisions between russia and western powers... including the u-s. baseball fans around the world ine loss of young miami marlins pitcher
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sunday morning when the boat he was in crashed into jetty rocks crashed into jetty rocks and capsized.two other people were also killed in the crash. the marlins canceled yesterday's game against the atlanta braves.as of right now, tonight's game against the new york mets is still scheduled to go on. happening right now..a movement to get people to stay home from work today -- maybe you've seen this picture on twitter or facebook this morning -- it says hashtag missing 24.isaiah washington -- the actor from grey's anatomy -- is encouraging every single african american to boycott work and stay home. and stay boycott work american to african every single african american to boycott work and stay home.part of this reason this started -- terence crutcher's death in tulsa. over the weekend there was a funeral for the black man who was shot and killed by police when his hands were raised in the air.the officer has been charged in his death.on his facebook page washington wrote
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shopping for 24 hours." washington believes the black out will show that black lives matter.aside from the hashtag missing 24, he's also using hashtags like rip terence crutcher and rip terence hashtags like using he's also missing 24, the hashtag aside from the hashtag missing 24, he's also using hashtags like rip terence crutcher and hands up don't shoot. the weekend was mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs near 70, but rain showers moved in yesterday afternoon and overnight along a cold front. when you went to bed it was near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 50s and gusty over 20 mph. this afternoon remains partly cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 60s, and westerly winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 40s and a westerly breeze to 15 mph.a storm system stalls over us on tuesday with cloudy, highs in the mid 60s,
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increase on tuesday with a slow moving storm system that will bring rain by late afternoon and evening with highs only in the lower highs only in the lower 60s, and westlerly winds gusting near 30 mph. scattered rain showers, and gusty winds continue on wednesday with highs remaining in the lower 60s. thestorm finally leaves the areawednesday night, and thursday is beautiful with sunshine and highs in the upper 60s. friday is also sunny humidity is comfortably dry all week.
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donald trump will be onstage together for the first time for the first presidential
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at hofstra university in new york.at that's where tracie potts joins us this morning with a look ahead. (hofstra university/ hempstead, ny :00-:10)this is the stage for their first face-off tonight:hillary clinton stage left, donald trump stage right.she gets the first question. clinton's team is concerned the bar has been set too low for trump.("cnn state of the union") super burned in(sot: robby mook/ clinton campaign manager :14- :20)"just because he doesn't fly off the handle in the middle of this debate doesn't mean that he's prepared to be president of the united states."("cnn state of the union") super burned in(sot: kellyanne conway/ trump campaign manager :20-:22)"he has every right to be defend himself."("nbc meet the
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chair :23-:32)"she's got to be able to both make that positive case, but also, not let donald trump get away with what he's likely to do, which is to make stuff up."it's 90 minutes of debate, broken into six 15 minute sections.("cbs face the nation") super burned in(sot: tim kaine/ (d) vice presidential nominee :37-:46) "you get 90 minutes to look at people and really see whether there's depth, whether there's substance, and whether there's candor and truthfulness in what they say."tonight's topics: "america's direction, achieving prosperity and securing america."that could get into immigration, jobs, the leadership...even clinton's emails and the trump foundation.clinton's invited trump critic mark cuban to sit in the front row.("fox news sunday") super burned in(sot: mike pence/ (r) vice presidential nominee 1:04-1:11) "she's trying to distract attention. her campaign's trying to play games with front row seats. and donald trump's not about that."trump tweeted about inviting gennifer flowers - who had an affair with bill clinton. but his campaign insists she's not on their list. clinton's response? her campaign thinks it could backfire. i'm tracie potts in hempstead, new york, now back
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it's clear the trump campaign thinks wisconsin is still in play. donald trump's running mate... indiana governor mike pence will be will be in waukesha tomorrow night for a rally at weldall manufacturing. donald trump will also be in waukesha later this week. the republican nominee will host a rally at the waukesha county expo wednesday night at six o'clock. hillary clinton has yet to make a campaign stop in wisconsin april primary. her daughter chelsea will be in the badger state friday for a rally... no word yet on where it will be. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --not too late to travel.why experts say if you're thinking about taking a last minute trip... now's the time to do it. also-- the social media company launching these high tech glasses and
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. 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 agement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look. whoa. if you've been thinkin about going on a weekend get away... now may be the best time to do it.this time of year is called "shoulder season". with a high
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hotels and even cruise ships are willing to offer bargains to travers. experts say it's best to take advantage now.. before the holiday travel season begins. here's a new tool to make ?you a social media all star. here's your first look at "spectacles". they're new video-recording glasses! "spectacles" are the brainchild of "snapchat". you can record 10 second videos-- and they're uploaded via bluetooth or wifi! they'll be available for 130-bucks up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --a warning about car break-ins.. what one man is doing to fight the problem in his neighborhood.also-- honoring the king. how some wisconsin golfers are paying tribute to
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now at 6:30-- then -- how a then -- how a new program in milwaukee is keeping people safe crime-prone areas. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak.it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start with
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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. the weekend was mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs near 70, but rain showers moved in yesterday afternoon and en you went to bed it was . near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 50s and winds gusty over 20 mph. this cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 60s, and westerly winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the uppe 40s and a westerly breeze to 15 mph. light trafficdry roadsquiet and speeds are at or above posted in some spots incident freeslow downs happening on
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new this morning: a milwaukee man... tired of repeated attempts by a crook to break into his car... now caught the potential thief on camera.ann sterling is live from milwaukee's east side this morning-- with some good advice for all drivers. a homeowner says crooks
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cars here on summit street. so he took matters into his own hand he installed a home security camera trying to catch the thief or thieves. take a look. you can see a guy trying to break into a car right here on summit street. in parts of the video, you can see the suspects face prett clearly. we called mpd this morning and they are confirming there is at least one report of a car break in on this street, but the homeowner who gave us this security video says it's a chronic problem. thieves continue to target this area. that's why he installed that security video. a new program called "safe zones" is using police data to fight crime in milwaukee.
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most crime-prone areas, there are 15 ambassadors that have been trained to defuse situations in the garden homes and franklin heights neighborhoods.if successful, if successful, the program will expand to other areas later this year. more money for public safety... and economic development... but it will cost milwaukee residents more to live here. milwaukee mayor tom barrett set to unveil his 2017 budget in an address to the common council today. pete zervakis is live at milwaukee city hall with a preview. according to according to presents to the council at 9 a-m today will include a boost in funding for police staffing. because of expected retirements... it may not increase the number of officers in the city of milwaukee ... but it would keep the staffing of m-p-d consistent. the mayor says the 2017 budget he's proposing will also continue his commitment to improving milwaukee's troubled neighborhoods... and clude a significant chunk of money for city development and health initiatives. we expect some
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replacing lead pipes connecting the city water main to some properties in milwaukee. because of all of that... this budget proposal would raise the tax levy by about 7 million dollars. that's an extra 26 dollars a year on a median value home. live...pz... tmj4 happening right now... incredible news from connecticut one of two missing boaters -- who've been gone for more than week -- is home and safe this morning.on friday the coast guard actually called off the search for the mother and son duo. but the son was found drifting in an inflatable life raft -- about 100 miles south of martha's vineyard.he was spotted by a freighter in the area.here's the thing though - - his mom was not on board -- and there's still no sign of her.carman and his mother were
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ago. so far this morning though, no word on why the two never returned last week.also no word on if the search for the mother will resume. the legendary golfer who had his own drink named after him, arnold palmer, is still being remembered this morning.the 87-year-old passed away from heart complications at a pittsburgh hospital.palmer won 62 times on the lmeron 62 times on the p-g-a tour, including ?seven? majors and became the first person to win four times at the masters.he also designed two wiscn national in lake geneva, and the bog in saukville. the packers head into their bye week with a satisfying win over the lions at lambeau field.there was some concern about aaron rodgers' performance against the vikings last week, but a-rod was looking like his old self yesterday.throwing 205 yards and four touchdowns.voice of the packers wayne larrivee will ve abreakdown of the game in about 15-minutes.
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effort that brought in more than 100-thousand-dollars at the milwaukee county zoo.then -- tickets on sale. how you can save 25% off the milwaukee reps "a christmas carol" tickets when they go on sale
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the weekend was mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs near 70, but rain showers moved in yesterday afternoon and overnight along a cold front. when you went to bed it was near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 50s and winds gusty over 20 mph. this afternoon remains partly cloudy and windy with highs in the upper s, winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 40s and a westerly breeze to 15 mph. hundreds of people spent the nicer part of sunday afternoon
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hundreds of people spent the nicer part of sunday afternoon raising money for the down syndrome association of wisconsin.i once again served as m-c... something i've been doing for ten years. sunday's event at the milwaukee county zoo raised more than 100- thousand dollars. it will go to support dsaw's efforts to improve the lives of individuals with special needs. tickets go on sale today for a milwaukee tradition and at a discount. starting at 7 this tickets online for the % off milwaukee rep's 'a code, 'winter.' this year's vip walk ons include, hank the ballpark pup on december 1st, jane matenaer on thursday, december 8th, and yours truly, friday, december 9th. you can find a link to buy you can find a link to buy tickets at tmj4.com. you can also get the discount by phone or in person starting at 9 but it's today
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up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4preparing for the worst.why eastern iowa is expected some of the state's worse flooding in almost a decade.then -- back on track. wayne larrivee is in with the "dagger" in sunday's home
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beyond wisconsin...the suspected shooter who opened fire in a washington state mall killing five people is expected in court today. investigators say 20-year-old
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he went on a rampage friday night at the cascade mall.they are unsure of his motive.cetin was arrested saturday night while walking down the street. protests in charlotte continue in response to the deadly shooting of keith scott by police.video of the shooting was released over the weekend. however, many say it answers few questions.demonstrators gathered outside bank america stadium on sunday, during the panthers viking game. quarterback cam newton wore t-shirt during warm-ups with a quote on it and safety or the national anthem. major flooding expected in cedar rapids iowa -- and those who live there are preparing -- take a look at all these sandbags they're making. thousands of people are already out of their homes in the downtown area -- and this morning the cedar river is already beginning to overflow. forecasters are expecting the river to crest at 23 feet by tomorrow morning.this comes as
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areas. that portion of the state has gotten 12 inches of rain since thursday -- now all that water now headed down stream to cedar rapids -- iowa's second biggest city. classes are canceled at school districts not only this morning but through wednesday morning.and officials are saying it's going to be days before people will be able to go home. now over to meteorologist brian gotter -- it's not the rain they're preparing for brian -- the rains for the most part already fallen -- this is really the aftermath. the weekend was mostly clou 70, but rain showers moved in yesterday afternoon and overnight along a cold front. when you went to bed it was near 70 and muggy, this morning is partly cloy s in the gusty over 20 mph. this afternoon remains partly cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 60s, and westerly winds gusting to 35 mph. tonight is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 40s and a westerly breeze to
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over us on tuesday with cloudy, highs in the mid 60s, and rain showers likely clouds increase on tuesday with a slow moving storm system that will bring rain by late afternoon and evening with highs only in the lower 60s, and westlerly winds gusting near 30 mph. scattered rain showers, and gusty winds continue on wednesday with highs remaining in the lower 60s. the storm finally leaves the area wednesday thursday is beautiful with sunshine and highs in the upper 60s. friday is also sunny with highs near 70the humidity is comfortably dry
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packers extra bye week... riding a win. voice of the packers wayne larrivee here with us this morning with some highlights... and a look
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and we'll continue the conversation with wayne more ?in depth... on green and gold live! just log onto the tmj4 facebook page at 7-30 this morning... send in your packers questions and wayne and i will talk about it! 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
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casting your ballot. who gets to start early voting today... and the rules for those early voters... if they change their
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for your "four to know" this morning.early voting begins in milwaukee. pete zervakis explains what know if they plan to vote before the general election. starting at 10 a-m today, you can vote in person, absentee here at the zeidler building downtown. this is one of three spots in milwaukee where you can cast your ballot ahead of time. the other two - midtown center and forest home library - won't open until october 10th. the city's election commission says if you're going to vote before the election... you will - of course - have to be
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show an acceptable form of i-d before you vote. in wisconsin... all absentee votes are not counted until election day. because of that... absentee voters do have a chance to change their minds. according to state law... each voter can be issued up to three ballots. so if you vote today... then change your mind during tonight's debate... you can return to your city clerk's office and ask for a do-over. your old ballot is retrieved and scrapped... and you can fill out another one. live...pz... tmj4 a face off tonight as presidential candidates.... hillary clinton and donald trump take the debate stage for the first time. nbc's lester holt will moderate the debate ..which will yorkyou can catch all the drama starting at eight... right here on today's t-m-j 4. this week is campus safety week at the university of wisconsin-milwaukee. it's a chance for members of the u-w-m community to learn more about how to stay safe on and off campus. there will be demonstrations going on today at spaights plaza from eight until two this afternoon. thousands of jobs could be coming to milwaukee's northside. it all rides on the final stages between a
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postal service. the postal service is looking for a company to redesign its service uck. a final agreement could bring in
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see you in 25 minutes for your
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good morning. unprecedented event. donald trump and hillary clinton set to go head to head on the debate stage for the first time tonight. a record 100 million expected to tune in for what will be an epi personality. can tru prove he is fit for the job? can clinton show she is trust worthy? this morning, the top aides from both camps weigh in. reaking overnight, evacuations under w in the midwest as rain swollen rivers spill over their banks. thousands of homes at risk. fld waters set to rise higher. and remembering the king.

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