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well, if it didn't feel like fall before, it sure does now. cool temperatures and some fairly gusty and some fairly gusty winds out there this afternoon. let's see how things are shaping-up for tonight.meteorologist jesse ritka joins us with the weather.... fall has finally arrived on a strong wind, dropping temperatures down into the 60s and very dry dew points in the 30s. tonight will feel cold but it will be seasonable in milwaukee with lows near 50 degrees, the wsw wind will stay strong at 10-20mph and make it feel colder as you head out the door on tuesday
cedar rapids, for the second-worst flooding in the city's history.the cedar river is expected to crest tomorrow morning. authorities asked residents of about five-thousand homes to evacuate by last night. fire officials said they would ask for the names of next of kin from people who did ?not? want to leave the area. the cedar river crested saturday night in waterloo, iowa... it's about fifty miles upstream from cedar rapids. and that's where a dramatic
weekend. macleod hageman tells us about two men who risked their lives... for a deer. you're hearing a group of people yelling -- as they watch a deer getting swept away in the cedar river -- knowing there's nothing they can do -- as the river rages. moments later -- the deer gets stranded here at the fourth bridge -- causing quite the spectcle.(trazon walker, waterloo ) called 911, and another lady called the police department, and the police department said they couldn't do anything. just going to have to swim to shore."knowing the deer would eventually die -- these three men acted fast.(jamod sallis,waterloo )"the deer was in the water and stuck. it was a baby deer with noticalbe wounds. so, we just wanted to get the deer out of the water to safety."jamod sallis held -- as this evansdale man jumped in the water with his life jacket on -- strapped in the deer -- and they pulled it to safey -- all while keeping a sense of humor.(nats... yay) (jamod sallis,waterloo ) "it feels good to see the city coming together in the midst
able to save wildlife. it's a lot of animals who won't be able to make it through this flood. so, we're able to help an animal, and that feels pretty good."not knowing what to do with the deer -- the men decided to keep hold of it -- drive it out of town -- and let it free.(jamod sallis,waterloo ) "so, to see waterloo coming together is a beautiful thing." in westernwisconsin, floods and mudslides are washing away promising- soybean crops. farmers ?had? been looking at a potentially record-setting harvest after a near-perfect growing season. now, farmers whose fields are covered in water or mud may have to wait until the ground freezes before they can harvest whatever is left. "decision 2016" now..we are just hours away from, what ?may? be, the biggest single event of any election in u-s history.both campaigns are expecting a record-breaking audience to watch tonight's
live picture of the scene at hofstra university in hempstead, new york where, in just over three hours, hillary clinton and donald trump will square off in the first of three scheduled debates. the debate will be 90-minutes... ?without? commercial interruption. everyone will have their own reasons for watching the debate... something they're looking for from the candidates.and that goes for the team of reporters for nbc news as well. we're going to check-in with them now to see what they're zeroing-in on: andrea mitchell: i'm andrea mitchell at the hofstra debate, i'll be watching to see how hillary clinton handles the question of honesty, her emails, those questions, and whether donald trump comes on strong or tries
jackson: hi there, i'm hallie jackson at hofstra university and this is the one thing i'm watching tonight from donald trump, temperament has consistently been one of his most negative issues with voters. so tonight can he prove behind that podium that he can be presidential? we've seen him at times, for short times before, but let's see if he can do it for ninety minutes. that's going to be his big test. kristen welker: i'm kristen welker after hours of preparing through the weekend and mock debates we'll be watching to see if hillary message in aspirational kristen welker: i'm kristen welker after hours of preparing through the mock debates we'll be watching to see if clinton can deliver her message in terms and donald trump off his game. perhaps her biggest challenge, convincing undecided voters to trust her. kristen welker: i'm kristen welker after hours of preparing through the weekend and mock debates we'll be watching to see if hillary clinton can deliver her aspirational katy tur, we trump isn't prepping in the traditional way, no mock debates, but which donald trump are we going to see onstage? the restrained version or the candidate that insults his opponent? the campaign hopes they'll presidential donald trump, but we will see. you can see the presidential debate, live, right here on
eight o'clock. been avoiding the library because late fees have been piling up? not to worry.the milwaukee public library is forgiving all late fees. the idea is to welcome back those banned from the library because of fines and fees from overdue items. tonight, we take you to saukville, for a tour of the golf course arnold palmer designed.it's a story new on live at 6.... while sports fans everywhere morn the loss of the legend, we'll meet a couple of golfers who to palmer, and the legacy he leaves behind, right here in wisconsin. that's new at 6:00. a young girl.. who's quick thinking saved her mother's life... just ahead.and kidney stones are no fun. but if you like roller coasters, it may be your key to getting ?rid?
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for a unique way of dislodging painful kidney stones? a michigan urologist became intrigued when several of his patients passed the stones after being jostled around on roller coasters. he launched some research and found that it does, often times, work! sitting in the back of the coasters worked best -- passing stones more than 60- percent of the time. an eight-year-old girl in maryland knew exactly what to do after her mom suffered a stroke.the girl had learned how to recognize the warning signs. and as tim barber reports, she ended up saving her mom: natsot: a'nasia talkinga'nasia loves to talk.natsot; a'nasia talkingwhich is not a bad thing, considering the eight- year old's communication
"she is something very special to me because she is one of my parents."charles county is even giving her an award for it, which she is pretty proud about.(a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "it was like very, very excited."last month, a'nasia and her mom at home, when mom's face started to twitch.(a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "i was confused? i was like, what is wrong."(janee clayton, a'nasia's mom): "it was just me and her in here. and all of a sudden i was like 'a'nasia, i can't feel nothing on my left side. this headache? i don't know what it is.'" natsot: ambulance a'nasia had recently looked up the word "stroke," and she had a hunch that was what she was witnessing.so the eight-year old calmly called 9-1-1. tonight we played the call for a'nasia's mom for the first time.a'nasia:: "hello?" dispatcher: "hello. 911. do you have an emergency?" a'nasia: "i am in the house with my mom, and i think she had a stroke now."(a'nasia clayton, saved her mom's life): "all i remember is her face twitching."dispatcher: "and why do you think she is
the right."a'nasia: "the door is unlocked. i just unlocked it."dispatcher: "alright dear. you are doing a great job. your mom is going to be awful proud of you the way you are helping her out."proud does not even begin to explain it. (janee clayton, a'nasia's mom): "i love you. i love you too."reporting in charles county, tim barber. time for another look at our weather..here's a live look from waukesha. meteorologist jesse ritka is back with the
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the clouds will be increasing on tuesday as an area of low pressure spins just off to our east, bringing the chance for some fall showers by the late afternoon. it will still be windy and the rain chances continue tuesday night and into wednesday as low pressure isn't moving very fast. many locations can expect a tenth of an inch up to a quarter of an inch of rain by the time this system pushes out of the area but temperatures will be in the low 60s both days because of the clouds and cool air being
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more news now.... more news now....a man whose fishing boat sank spent seven days adrift on an inflatable life raft before being rescued sunday. a passing freighter saw him and picked-him up about 100 nautical miles south of martha's vineyard. but his mother remains missing and is presumed dead. at least 13 people were hurt- three critically- in an accident involving a church van today in south carolina. the van was taking senior citizens to a restaurant in georgia when it ran into a pick-up truck and overturned.
in critical condition. the washington monument will be closed indefinitely because of problems with its elevator. its the latest in a series of troubles for one of d.c.'s most enduring tourist attractions.it could take up to nine months once work begins. a start date for the three-million dollar repair has not been determined. if you've been thinkin about going on a weekend get away... now may be the best time to do it: the best time to do it: with a high vacancy rate.. airlines, hotels and even cruise ships are willing to fe experts say it's best to take advantage now.. before the holiday travel season begins.
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the big story at five.. milwaukee homeowners should prepare to pay higher taxes and fees. mayor barrett detailed the tax and fee hike this morning during his 2017 budget address. julia fello is live at city hall to break it all down. the mayor is proposing a seven million dollar increase to our budget compared to this year. here's what that means for you. million dollar budget..for every hundred thousand dollars on a milwaukee home.. taxpayers will pay an extra 26 dollars next year.service fees.. will also increase about eleven dollars next year. despite the increase, the mayor revealed proposal does not add more officers. i think people should be proud of the fact that were able to maintain the police force where it isthe mayor is however asking to put 127 million dollars more into the police budget and pension
blames this on the state, for cutting 12 million dollars in city aid. our relationship with the state is broken we have to have more shared revenue firstname.lastname@example.org perhaps the biggest announcement in mayor tom barrett's speech is that talgo is returning to milwaukee with century city feeling an immediate impact of 30 new jobs the company left our city about six years ago, after governor scott walker dropped the proposed high speed rail line in our state.as bitter as the feelings were between the state and tawe there was no need for us to burn that bridgea 73 million dollar contract was signed between the city of los angeles and train manufacutrer.. to overhaul more than 30 rail cars. talgo will decide whether theyll call those old employees back so for their sake, i hope they get a shot at that we'll talk more about talgo coming back to milwaukee tonight at six.. this budget still has to go through committees and amendment process before the full council makes a vote.live
glendale police are investigating the shooting death of a 19 year old woman. she was shot early this morning in the parking lot of an orthopedic clinic.veronica macias joins us live with this story. this is glendale's first homicide of the yearbut the victim is actually from milwaukee. police won't say if she was shot here -- only that wa "the orthopedic hospital it's not an er hospital."staff at the orthopedic hospital of wisconsin arrived to find crime tape surrounding the security guards post at about 5:30 this morning. glendale police say a 19 year old woman from milwaukee was shot and pronounced dead at the scene. definitely it's concerning for me. all the people that i work with too, arit's pretty much all women. it's definielty been a main topic of