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joining us this afternoon. i'm vince vitrano. and i'm bridget shanahan.if you're just joining us-- here's a look at your top stories today. the new jersey governor says one person was killed when a commuter train crashed into a train station in hoboken.at least 100 others were injured, many critically.this is cell phone video of passengers inside the station after the crash.witnesses say many passengers kicked out windows and crawled to safety. the national transportation safety
jury deliberations underway in the trial for the man accused of opening fire on the wrong home, killing 5-year-old laylah petersen.prosecutors believe 21-year-old carl barrett is year-old carl barrett is one of two men who shot up the home. laylah was sitting on her grandfather's lap watching grandfather's her grandfather's lap watching tv when she was shot. two other suspects already made plea deals and will be sentenced later this year. raising taxes on car owners... to pay for busses. milwaukee county executive chris able is floating that as part of his transit plan. abele will be joined by transit advocates to announce details of his save transit plan.it's a cornerstone of the upcoming 2017 of the upcoming 2017 budget that addresses significant challenges facing transportation infrastructure and operating costs. overnight was partly cloudy, windy and cool with lows in the mid 50s, and ne winds gusting to 30 mph .the wind off the lake kept us 10
mornings. today will have plenty of sun, a few clouds, and highs in the mid to upper 60s (normal) with a ne wind gusting to 30 mph. there is a slight chance for a pop up shower in the evening, and a better overnight with lows in the 50s. an update now an update now on the flood an update now on the flood damage in western and central wisconsin from last week's storm. the cost is now
dollars.with numbers with numbers still coming in... the state puts the damage to homes and businesses at more than six-million-dollars... while damage to infrastructure like roads, bridges and trails has topped 12-million. friends of a teen boy say he's at home recovering after being hit by a car while walking home. the sheriff's department is investigating... but won't say at this point if the teenager behind the wheel will face charges. face charges. pete zervakis reports. an afternoon crash on this quiet residential street left a teenager hurt and those who witnessed that crash startled it happened tuesday around 3:30. a 15-year old boy was walking down hickory ridge road. a 16-year old girl... driving an s-u-v... hit him. a lot of damage to the car and the kid laid in the ditch for the 5 min it took them to get here this is the ditch where he landed... it's across the street from jeff fulwiler's home. he called 9-1-1.he so i was like, oh man, i don't know how bad he wasbut they loaded
won't say if the two teens knew each other. just that both are students at waukesha west high school. according to a family friend... the boy lives on this block. he suffered a broken wrist... concussion... and bruised ribs... but is now home recovering. jeff and his neighbor's say they certainly don't remember anything like happening on their block ever before in waukesha pz tmj4 neighbors say the teen girl area... and remained on scene to speak with deputies. manitowoc county sheriff's officials say an autopsy has confirmed a body found along a lake michigan beach is that of a missing boater. authorities boater. authorities say 75-year-old francis knipp was sailing alone on the lake when the boat was found capsized earlier this month.knipp's body was found on the beach in the town of newton on monday. recall alert-- volvo is recalling about 127-thousand cars and suv's because the air
into the vehicles and cause air bags to malfunction.the recall covers 2016 and 2017 x-c-90 suv's s-90 sedans and v- 90 suv's s-90 sedans and v-90 wagons.sedans and v-90 wagons. volvo says a drain hose volvo says a drain hose may have been installed incorrectly at the factory.the company says it has no reports of injuries or air bags that didn't inflate due to the problem. teachers in chicago are planning to strike for the second time this year.the chicago teachers union gave the school board the required ten-dati wednesday.that means the union and the board have until october eleventh to reach a deal.according to the union-- teachers have been working without a contract for over a year.they are also protesting cuts in special education programs and librarians. the c.e.o. of the c.e.o. of wells fargo faced yet another grilling on capitol hill today about those millions of accounts, opened without customer knowledge or consent. john stumpf going before john stumpf going before the house financial services committee when he takes the stand. the committee chairman says we
accounts scandal went down, and the public needs more answers. how can my office continue to entrust the public's money to an organization which has shown such little regard for legions of californians who have placed their financial wellbeing in its care?the actions come one day after wells fargo revoked 41 million dollars of the ceo's compensation package, along with his 2016 bonus. earlier this month, wells fargo admitted it created as many as 2 million fake accounts to the supreme court will take up the obama administration's appeal of lower court rulings making it harder to deport immigrants who've been convicted of crimes.the justices agreed today to review rulings striking down a provision of immigration law as unconstitutional.the federal appeals court in san francisco said the section of the law that defines a "crime of violence" is too vague. voters in new hampshire are now free to snap a selfie with their ballot this november--
federal appeals court on wednesday ruled unconstitution al the state's 2014 "ballot selfie" ban.state lawmakers argued that pictures of ballots could be used to help in buying votes.but the court dismissed that notion, citing a lack of evidence. bucks mascot bango and bucks vice president of player development craig robinson are teaming up to promote organ donation.the pair recently surprised customers at the d-m-v in customers at surprised customers at the d-m-v in madison the team and "donate life wisconsin" want to highlight the role the d-m- v plays in why it's so important for people to get registered. in case you didn't know ... robinson is the brother of first lady michele obama a therapy dog is making a therapy dog is making quite an impression on some hospice patients in oshkosh."prince" makes the rounds at affinity hospice ... and just received a prestigious award from ascension health care for his good work.his owner says the
smile a little more. now openly talks.""i have to allow a half hour in each direction to get to the rooms and to leave the room because everybody wants to see the dog." "classic example is the little old grumpy guy that wouldn't talk to anybody now openly talks."ascension health care at home recognizes one of its workers each quarter. this is the first time a dog has won the award still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and not moving in yet. why you might not be able why you might not be able to afford a new home and the three cities were the price of homes are
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taking a look at the market right now...dow:nasdaq: s and p: if you're in search of a new home, you may not be able to afford what you think.a report released today by attom data solutions states-- one in four housing markets is now less affordable than its long-term historical norm.the study also found 63 percent of counties are seeing home affordability worsen compared to a year ago. the drop in affordability is now most pronounced in markets like houston, dallas and denver.
chip-enabled credit and debit cards.visa says the anniversary marks significant progress in lower fraud rates and the acceleration of mobile payment adoption.it says businesses that have completed their transition to chip terminals benefited from a 47 percent reduction in counterfeit fraud in may compared to the same period a year earlier. adidas revealed its first shoe made almost entirely by robots. the shoe was crafted at the company's robotic shoe manufacturing plant in germany. to make fully customized shoes on demand at much faster speeds rather than creating large stockpiles of inventory. adidas plans to open its second robot-staffed manufacturing operation in atlanta next year. here's a live look outside at... meteorologist brian gotter is back with the storm
overnight was partly cloudy, windy and cool with lows in the mid 50s, and ne winds gusting to 30 mph .the wind off the lake kept us 10 degrees warmer than the past 2 mornings. today will have plenty of sun, a few clouds, and highs in the mid to upper 60s (normal) with a ne gusting to 30 mph. there is a slight chance for a pop up shower in the evening, and a better overnight with lows in the 50s.friday is mostly cloudy and windy with highs in the low 60s and scattered showers. the ne wind continues to gust to 25 mph throughout the day, and remains breezy
place"-- "chicago med" and "the blacklist" at nine.then it's more local news on live at ten. a woman hits a deer in her truck in new jersey and the deer comes back swinging. police dashcam caught the whole thing on camera.after the initial incident-- the woman pulled over to check on the animal.. and that's when it darted across the road and woman says he's never seen
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