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say one suspect is in custody. there is also a report that authorities are responding to a report of a death related to the shooting. again, this all happening in townville, south carolina. we'll keep you updated as developments warrant... throughout the afternoon. now on live at 4.... a new campaign underway in milwaukee -- to prevent babies from dozens of babies die every year in milwaukee.so the health department is targeting young parents.this ad campaign promotes ba some parents never learn before the baby comes.pete zervakis explains how it works. ads - like this one - are up on posters and transit shelters around the city. they're promoting the health department's home visiting programs....which work with about 450 families each year. it's fun city health workers - for free - regularly check up on moms and dads expecting kids... and later raising newborns. they help us a lot
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johana balenciano is one of those people. the health department workers connect families like her's with medical services...and educate them about child development. when we come into your homes it's a supportive environment we want to bring the goal is to prevent infant deaths.... the comissioner of health says they're on the decline in milwaukee. but there are still about but there are still about 100 a year. city officials hope these posters can help reduce that number...by boosting enrollment in programs ... so more babies can benefit. in 2015 we saw 93 percent of all infants born to families in our program were born full term in some cases visits to families enrolled in the programs last until a child is two or three years old 24th and mitchell while the ?ad? campaign is new... the home visiting programs are not. to find out if youre elligible, head to
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"decision 2016" now...where the doors are now open at the waukesha county expo center.. that's where republican presidential nominee, donald trump will rally tonight. charles benson is live at the expo center and joins us live with a look ahead, charles: let's bring political panel. we have democratic strategist joe zepecki - former state communications director for president obama and republican
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governor walker advisor. donald trump making his third stop in wisconsin. he''s be in waukesha in a few hours. let's look at what he might be saying tonight about hillary clinton tonight - during the debate and again yesterday said this about her record over 30 years. (("it's been 30 years of disappointments on foreign policy, on domestic policy, on helping women, on helping children. she's done
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hillary clinton hitting trump hard for not releasing his tax returns. she hinted at why he wont during the debate and yesterday on the campaign trail. s/ hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee :10he probably hasn't paid a penny to support our troops, or our vets, or our schools, or our
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finally let's look at the horse race - clinton remains in the lead in the last three
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emerson - clinton plus 7 marquette - clinton plus 2 monmouth - clinton plus 5 - have either one of you seen numbers move in october that
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democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton today -- campaigning on the east coast. she appeared at a rally with her former rival, senator bernie sanders, at the university of new hampshire. the event focused on college affordability.... a key issue for sanders. he has praised clinton for updating her platform to include tuition-free enrollment in
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certain time to take a moment and get our first look at the weather this afternoon... started out cool and cloudy. then the sun came out. meteorologist scott steele joins us with what's ahead for tonight. did you ever have one of those party guests who simply wouldn't leave? well, we have the meteorological equivalent of that in our area right now. an upper level low pressure area has been hovering over th of energy "backwards" into the badgerland. this has led to a significant amount of cloudiness and occasional rain showers, though nothing terribly heavy. the center of circulation will slide down far enough to our south tomorrow providing us with a brief break and more sunshine. unfortunately, it appears this feature will then retrograde, or move backward, toward our region returning the greyer skies and more wet weather for at least friday and saturday. a large pressure gradient will be one ingredient leading to very windy conditions during the period, too. those brisk breezes will lead to a very chilly feel to the air with high temperatures remaining in
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an update on a story we brought you on monday... where a woman's body was found in the parkin hospital. police now tell us a 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of 19-year-old nya hammond. she'd been shot to death. charges are pending. it's an image no parent should ever have to see.carole meekins is in the newsroom with a story new on live at 5... thanks steve and shannon the family of laylah peterson, seeking justice for their daughter, killed in a drive-by shooting. what the driver of that car said on the stand today, and the ?heartbreaking?
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very own n-f-l star, out for the season. that's coming up on live at 5... it's the end of an era from a well-known cell phone company. that's just ahead.and there are things some homeowner do, to get you to buy... that ?should? raise suspicions. find out what they are so you
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workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. ceos and giant corporations get richer guys with families... guys like me? just gets harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me. for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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4 your money this afternoon.... here's a look now at the markets at the close of business today.... more money headlines now.... ab-inbev's takeover of rival s-a-b miller is set to go ahead.that's after shareholders of both firms
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says it will create "the first truly global brewer." the combined-companies will take the ab-inbev name. the deal is expected to be completed on october it's the end of an era. once the phone of choice for wall street traders, politicians and celebrities, blackberry says it will stop making its own devices. the company will, instead, rely on partners to manufacture the phones, which will still have blackberry's look and feel. blackberry now plans to turn its attention to software. with winter coming....home sellers need to work extra hard to make a sale this time of year. but some take that to the next level, with little tricks to get you to buy. john matarese shows what to watch out for, so you don't waste are you considering buying a home....or at least kicking the tires, in anticipation of next spring's buying season? a new report warns about some sneaky home seller ticks you should watch out for. ----------------- home buyers love clean, well maintained homes. sellers know that too,
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make their home show well. but a new report by go banking rates.com says you need to watch for some of the top tricks sellers use to get you to buy. among them: --the smell of freshly baked cookies or potpourri, which can hide mold smells. --a fresh coat of paint on lower level walls or especially ceilings: it can be used to hide water damage. if you smell fresh paint, investigate. --a sense of urgency to buy....telling you someone else is about to make an offer. --and faking the age of appliances, by wti or furnace. -------------- 2 secs separator ------------- and from the doesn't that stink file...the biggest home seller trick: downplaying the cost of repairs. sellers may say they priced a new roof or repair to the patio. but if they are off by thousands of dollars you'll say "doesn't that stink?" never take the seller's word for needed repairs: get your own estimate. (john on cam) all the tricks, and many more, can be spotted by a good home inspector. just make sure to hire an inspector who will work for you, not someone the seller recommends....so you dont waste your money. i'm john
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storm team 4 now....it's been a brisk day out there so far... lets get a check on the forecast now from meteorologist, scott steele. did you ever have one of those party guests who simply wouldn't leave? well, we have the meteorological equivalent of that in our area right now. an upper level low pressure area has been hovering over the great lakes sending spokes of energy "backwards" into the significant amount of cloudiness and occasional rain showers, though nothing terribly heavy. the center of circulation will slide down far enough to our south tomorrow providing us with a
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unfortunately, it appears this feature will then retrograde, or move backward, toward our region returning the greyer skies and more wet weather for at least friday and saturday. a large pressure be one ingredient leading to very windy conditions during the period, too. those brisk breezes will lead to a very chilly feel to the air with high temperatures remaining in
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coming up at 4:30... the proposal that was ?almost? perfect, until he dropped the ring. see what happens next,
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i work 'round the clock. i want my blood sugar to stay in control. so i asked about tresiba?. ? tresiba? ready ? tresiba? is a once-daily, long-acting insulin that lasts even longer than 24 hours. i want to trim my a1c. ? tresiba? ready ? tresiba? provides powerful a1c reduction. releases slow and steady. works like your body's insulin. when my schedule changes... i want something that delivers. ? tresiba? ready ? i can take tresiba? any time of day. i take it when i remember, as long as there's at least 8 hours between doses. once in use, it lasts 8 weeks without refrigeration... twice as long as lantus?, which lasts 4 weeks. tresiba? is used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. don't use tresiba? to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. don't share needles or insulin pens. don't reuse needles. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause dizziness, sweating,
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low blood sugar can be serious and may be life-threatening. injection site reactions may occur. tell your doctor about all medicines you take and all your medical conditions. taking tzds with insulins, like tresiba?, may cause serious side effects like heart failure. your insulin dose shouldn't be changed without asking your doctor. get medical help right away if you have trouble breathing... fast heartbeat, extreme drowsiness, swelling of your face, tongue, or throat, dizziness, or confusion. ask your doctor if you're tresiba? ready. ? tresiba? ready ?? storm team 4 now....take a look at this scene over lake michigan this morning. we believe that is a shelf cloud... also known as a "squall line." whatever you want to call it, it's the boundary between a downdraft and updraft of a thunderstorm. scott... how'd we do? did you ever have one of those
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the meteorological equivalent of that in our area right now. an upper level area has been hovering over the great lakes sending spokes of energy "backwards" into the badgerland. this has led to a significant cloudiness occasional rain showers, though nothing heavy. the center of circulation down far enough to our south providing us with a brief more unfortunately, it appears will then retrograde, or move backward, toward our region returning the greyer skies and more wet weather for friday and saturday. a pressure gradient will be one leading to very windy conditions during the period, too. breezes will lead to a very chilly air with high temperatures remaining in the
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thoughts are already turning to the holidays at milwaukee city hall. that's next.and where most shoppers go first, when it comes to buying
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"more local news":we're only a week into to fall... but christmas is on the mind of city leaders. for the next two weeks, milwaukee's department of public works will accept nominations for a tree to serve as the city's official christmas tree. for information on eligibility, head to tmj four dot com slash links. and we're getting closer to
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a new report today finds more shoppers are ?starting? their online shopping searches on amazon dot-com.the data technology firm bloom-reach says roughly 55 percent of people begin their online shopping on amazon's website. 28 percent of shoppers start their hunt on a traditional search thanks for today at four. there's more news ahead... on
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