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next at 5-30: plus...backtracking: plus... plus...backtracking: bucks president peter feigin now explains his controversial comments about racism and segregation-- in milwaukee. and...recall alert: the bite sized product many parents feed their kids... and why consumers are being urged to ?toss it in the trash if it's
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you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter is here. yesterday was a fall day with clouds, wind, temps near 60, and scattered late afternoon showers. the showers lingered into the evening, and it is cloudy and with lows in the upper 40s and a brisk breeze. it will be another dreary fall day with scattered rain showers, gusty winds and highs remaining in the lower 60s. a ne wind will gust to 25 mph, and we could see a little sunshine by late afternoon. tonight is partly cloudy, breezy and chilly with
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happening today... some milwaukee county officials are pushing for a hike in the minimum wage. they want to see the minimum wage increased for county workers - and those working with the county. pete zervakis is live with more. the announcement is set for
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milwaukee county courthouse. four county supervisors will introduce a proposal to raise the floor on milwaukee county's living wage ordinance to 15 dollars an hour. for the last two years... the living wage ordinance has used a formula to set the minimum wage for county workers... and any private employers contracted with county. this year - that comes to $11.68 per hour. the proposal supervisors will announce today would slowly raise that minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour by 2022. again - the ordinance would on apply to county workers... and employers who are contracted to do work with the county. if this proposal is adopted... the minimum wage would increase at the rate of inflation following 2022. live...pz... tmj4 tonight is your chance to sound off on mayor barrett's
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coggs will host a town hall meeting with the city's budget director.coggs will also anounce the winners of the 6th district landscape awards. tonight's meeting is at 5-30 at siloah luthern school. the south milwaukee fire department is investigating an early morning garage fire that damaged part of the roof of an auto-body shop.it happened at 12th and michigan.the department tells us one woman was treated for smoke inhalation, and is okay the fire happened about eight fire on tuesday night.that fire melted the siding on a neighbor's house, ignited a tree, and started a vehicle on fire. nobody was hurt.south milwaukee police say there is no evidence the two fires are linked. happening right now...congress preparing to vote to override president barack obama's veto of the so-called 9-11 bill.the measure would allow family members of 9-11 victims to sue
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the senate is going to need a two-thirds vote to pass the bill before it can be sent to the house for a similar vote later this week.although several of the 9/11 terrorists were from saudi arabia, the saudi government has denied having any role in the attacks. president obama said he vetoed the measure, in part, because it could lead to u-s diplomats and servicemen facing legal action in other countries -- and he says it would make the war on terror more difficult. if congress does succeed -- it'll be the first time in obama's presidency that one of hi today marks day three of the laylah petersen trail. five-year-old laylah was shot and killed in november 2014 -- while watching television in her grandparents home.21 year old carl barrett is accused of being one of two men to open fire on the little girl's home one of the witnesses who testified in court yesterday ... claims he was in the getaway car when it all happened today, milwaukee mayor tom barrett and the city's health commissioner will release the latest phase of the strong baby campaign.the campaign is
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for milwaukee's home visiting programs as a benefit to expecting families.today's launch takes place at 10 a-m at the city of milwaukee health department. the latest state to ban the potent drug known as pinky. plus- how recent flooding is impacting farmers in iowa -- and what will happen to water logged crops.more live at daybreak-- on today's tmj4 is
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yesterday was a fall day with clouds, wind, temps near 60, and scattered late afternoon showers. the showers lingered into the evening, and it is cloudy and chilly this morning with lows in the upper 40s and a brisk another dreary fall day with scattered rain showers, gusty winds and highs remaining in the lower 60s. a ne wind will gust to 25 mph, and we could see a little sunshine by late afternoon. tonight is partly cloudy, breezy and chilly with
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state officials in florida are signing an emergency order... outlawing the synthetic drug... knn cheap... easily purchased on the internet or the street and can be deadly.florida has seen an uptick in fatal overdoses linked to the drug in recent months.doctors say the synthetic drug is 50 times more potent than herion and nearly 8 times more potent than morphine.the drug is in the same class as other synthetics... like the painkiller fentanyl.starting novemeber 7th... the drug will be banned here in wisconsin... making it illegal to posses or to buy.
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crops in parts of northeast iowa...the water is receding in the region, but it's leaving behind quite a mess for farmers and their fall harvest. all farmers with flooded fields can do now is wait for the water to go down to see if their crops can be salvaged.water logged crops will have to be tested for mold or toxins. mandatory evacuations are in place in northern california where a fire has burned more than 22-hundred acres since monday afternoon.more than 5- hundred first responders battling the 'loma fire' in santa clara county... and it is just ten-percent contained. a four-day heat wave left the brush dry, which makes it good fuel for a fire. so far two homes have burned and 3- hundred others remain threatened in this mountainous region. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:mayor tom barrett reacts to comment made by the bucks owner -- calling milwaukee racist.then -- two men charged with trying to sell stolen items on craigslist.how sheboygan
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you want to buy a hairless cat? there's a pet store down the street. cool... i think she said "bmo harris app". yeah, that makes more sense. when your phone is your debit card. that's the bmo effect. bucks president, peter feigin says -- he didn't intend to characterize the city as quote -- overtly racist..the milwaukee journal sentinel reports feigin said in a statement that milwaukee is a terriffic community -- and he's proud to be a part of it.
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journal reported feigin called milwaukee the most segregated, racist place he has seen.mayor tom barrett says he is happy bucks president peter feigin president peter feigin is "engaged in trying to improve our community." two men in sheboygan are face burglary charges this morning after authorities say they tried to sell stolen items on craigslist. police say 18- year-old brionn stokes and 17-year-old jaquan wright showed up at a y-m-c-a in sheboygan with a stolen police officers arrived undercover. officers then served a search warrant -- recovering almost all of the items taken in a burglary from a sheboygan woman's home. the 18-year-old suspect is also wanted on a homicide warrant in milwaukee. breaking right now -- a one hundred billion dollar beer deal is one step closer to happening.s-a-b-miller and anheauser-busch inbev cleared a major hurdle this morning. inbev -- the maker of budweiser -- would take over
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s-a-b miller shareholders just approved the deal -- that's despite opposition from some investors.those investors saw their share value dwindle because of britains vote to leave the european union.inbev shareholders are also backing the deal.regulators from arnd the world have already approved the deal -- and a british court needs to approve it, too, but that's expected to happen next inbev saying the takeover will create the first truly global brewer -- one thing is for sure it will be the takeover is expected to be officialy done on october tenth -- that's in less than two weeks. tatiana and brian have another look at your weather and traffic together... yesterday was a fall day with
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and scattered late afternoon showers. the showers lingered into the evening, and it is cloudy and chilly this morning with lows in the upper 40s and a brisk breeze. it will be another dreary fall day with scattered rain showers, gusty winds and highs remaining in the lower 60s. a ne wind will gust to 25 mph, and we could see a little sunshine by late afternoon. tonight is partly cloudy, breezy and chilly with
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returns on thursday with a partly cloudy sky, but a ne wind will gust to 30 mph, with highs in the upper 60s. friday is also partly cloudy and windy with highin the mid 60s and a few isolated showers. saturday is mostly cloudy with a few scattered
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now at 6-30...still reeling from their post-debate performances both donald trump and hillary clinton are campaigning in battleground states.which one of them is
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today and where you can see them. former israilei prime minsister and president shimon peres has died.the legacy his friends and family say they hope people when remember when mourning him. and taking a live look outside-- 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 yesterday was a fall day with clouds, wind, temps near 60, and scattered late afternoon showers. the showers lingered into the evening, and it is cloudy and chilly this morning with lows in the upper 40s and a brisk breeze. it will be another dreary fall day with scattered rain showers, gusty

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