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and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. a few isolated showers and sprinkles are possible this morning but those chances will be diminishing as the day wears on with partly cloudy
temperatures will be warmer with several spots reaching the 70 degree mark this afternoon thanks to a slightly breezy southerly wind at 5- 15mph. incident freetraffic building on the roadways issue free roads drying out from overnight showers new this morning: the red cross is helping four families this morning after a 2-alarm fire at this house overnight. milwaukee fire crews responded to the scene near 4th and
night. 17 people were inside the two story home. milwaukee police tell us a firefighter injured a finger-- while working with a saw on the roof. no word yet on how it started. damage to the two homes is estimated at 125 thousand dollars. two votes in the milwaukee common council today should clear the way for more construction on the bucks arena project. if you've been near the area of fourth and juneau downtown... you've seen the project is well underway. ann sterling is live with more. there is a flurry of construction going on down here in downtown milwaukee. crews are making substantial progress on building a new arena and practice facility and parking structure for the milwaukee bucks. this morning -- the common council is expected to vote on a skywalk connecting the block 7 parking structure with the new milwaukee bucks arena. a
but the bucks had included this idea in an october 2015 filing with the city.the plans then were for a see-through skywalk for passers-by and motorists.also --- this morning -- members will discuss a permit for more demolition work.this is near highland avenue and 4th street to expand construction. construction on this massive project began in june --- just north of the b-m-o harris bradley center. the 500 plus million dollar project is expected to be completed in time for the 2018-19 season. new license plates are helping pay for the bucks arena.the specialty plates are now on sale.eighty percent of the revenue will be used to fund the arena.the remainder will go to the milwaukee bucks foundation if you notice a lot police and emergency vehicles at wisconsin lutheran college this morning, there's nothing to be concerned about... it's part of an drill.they're holding an active shooter exercise on campus to test
quick they can respond to that type of emergency. the second class of milwaukee police department ambassadors will celebrate their completion of the program today.the 15 young men and women have been working along side m-p-d officers at community events across the city since they were sworn in back in may.a ceremony will be held tonight at the milwaukee police academy. happening today... people in mount pleasant will have the chance to speak with experts about the bluff erosion threatening their homes. pete ze look ahead. village officials in mt. pleasant say the level of lake michigan here higher than normal... causing the routine erosion of the bluff we're standing on to accelerate. some homeowners in the area have reported they're losing 30 or 40 feet of their property a year. tonight at 5:30... they'll have the chance to speak with experts
the army corps of engineers... about the problem of bluff erosion and what options they have to try and save their properties. the racine county executive has already declared the erosion an emergency... and in august the county bused up truck loads of concrete for homeowners to use to try and shore up the bluff before their homes. tonight's meeting runs from 5:30 to 7:30 at mt. pleasant village hall. live...pz... tmj4 united healthcare and feeding america are handing out free groceries to people in ten wisconsin communities this week.it's part of the dinner on us program.in our area they're giving out groceries in sheboygan, waukesha, racine and kenosha counties.today's distribution is taking place at the kenosha county jobs center from 3:00 until 5:00
today at the panther arena... getting things ready to welcome the milwaukee admirals. they'll be playing at the u-w milwaukee arena for the first time since 19-87. the team also showed off its new locker-room. of the 6- point- 3 million dollars in improvements made to the arena this summer.the admirals home opener is october 29th. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- how you can hear brian wilson perform a classic beach boys album for the last time in milwaukee. then -- milwaukee students get an important lesson in fire safety.the homework assignment
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. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class and working families should come first. high temperatures will be warmer with several spots reaching the 70 degree mark this afternoon thanks to a
house and the importance of having an escape plan: (("you guys are gonna become teachers after you go through the survive alive house. so your job, when you go home tonight, your job is to teacher you parents, your brothers and sisters, how to get out of the house in case of a fire.")) more than 375-thousand milwaukee students have particpated in "survive alive. the program is credited with a dramatic decrease in the number of children killed in fires in the city. students from nicolet high school will be taking part in a different kind of gym class today.this school is putting on a wellness triathlon at 10-30 this morning.the adaptive physical education students taking part in the triathlon will be cheered on by their classmate and teachers. for the last time... beach boys legend brian wilson will be performing his iconic 19-66 pet sounds album in milwaukee. the show is happening this april at the pasbt theater. tickets go on sale this friday at noon.wilson will be joined
miller-coors is changing ownership today.... molson-coors is now taking over operations. the transaction makes the company the largest brewer in america. miller-coors employs about 12-hundred people at its miller valley brewery. the brewery on 10th street is home to leinenkugel's and other specialty beers. there's concern some food grown in flooded wisconsin farm fields this summer could be contaminated.the state food safety inspectors are taking a proactive approach... checking the crops out ?now?. produce that's come in contact contaminated by chemicals... making it unfit to eat. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. tonight will be partly cloudy and mild with lows again in
stronger as well. even with the return of the sunshine, it gets colder for thursday behind the cold front with highs expected to be in the low 50s, which would bring an end to the 145 day (so far) record streak of days with high temps of 60 degrees or higher.friday will be mostly sunny and still seasonally cool with a high of 58 in milwaukee. the clouds and temperatures increase heading into the weekend with mid to upper 60s expected and the chance for some showers on
boston university shows that the coca-cola company and pepsico sponsored at least 96 health groups between 2011 and 2015.researchers suggest the funding could impact public health initiatives aimed at cutting down soda consumption... which has been linked to the country's growing obesity epidemic. if you have a more angry tempermant than others, you might want to calm down.a new study finds being angry or extremely upset can trigger a heart attack.researchers found there was more than risk between emotional distress and the start of a heart attack.that risk triples for people who physically exert themselves while upset. when it comes to medication, what's better... brand name or generic?experts say there's really no difference.they can have different filler in them, but the active ingredients will also be the same.the generic version is also usually at least 25-percent cheaper.and if you have any worries about your medication
you can rest assured. it can't be sold in the u.s." "in order to be able to sell that drug in the united states the fda has to have approved that manufacturing plant--- if the fda hasn't approved it it can't be sold in the u.s."most pharmacists agree, generics are just fine unless your doctor is specific about the need of a brand name drug. that could be due to a specific patient's needs, allergies or interactions with other medications. walmart will a saturday at stores nationwide. customers can receive blood pressure, glucose and vision screenings along with product samples and information on health insurance options. licensed pharmacists will also be on hand to provide immunizations such as flu shots. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --not funny: the clown pranks that landed two franklin teens landed in hot water also-- two racine county
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now at 6:30-- then -- been dodging your library fines for awhile? don't worry, the city of milwaukee wants you back. the program-- letting thousands of people start checking out books-- again. and taking a live loo welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start
meteorologist brian gotter. a few isolated showers and sprinkles are possible this morning but those chances will be diminishing as the day wears on with partly cloudy skies expected. high temperatures will be warmer with several spots reaching the 70 degree mark this afternoon thanks to a slightly breezy southerly wind at 5-
incident 94 west at drexel delays growing traffic building on the roadways issue free speeds are at or above posted roads drying out from overnight showers happening today, two women in their 20's will be in court, after the racine county sheriff's department accused them of running a prostitution home, where children were
the women were running a prostitution business from their union grove home, not too far from the high school. inside, deputies say they found drugs. most people are in disbelief, but it was neighbors who first alerted deputies to what the sheriff is calling a modern day brothel. time and then leaving these are madams if you will who are in charge of a home that is used for the purpose of sale of sex we were seeing the typical jons if you will arriving staying for a short period of time and then leaving deputies posed as women. the sheriff believes the children who were living in the home are now with family members new this morning: milwaukee police are looking for the person who shot another driver during an incident of road rage. it happened at around 8:30 last night near 15th and dakota on the city's southside. police say two vehicles nearly collided with each other and that's when the drivers got involved in some sort of confrontation. the suspect then fired shots at the victim. the 33 year old victim will be ok. a friend took him to the hospital.
police say they arrested a 15-year-old who ran onto a football field wearing a clown mask.they also busted an 18- year- old for standing on a median and waving at cars. both received citations for disorderly conduct.. and in west bend -- three teens face disorderly conduct charges -- after a man reported finding a bloody shirt in the park.he also reported seeing a person wearing a clown mask near a wooded areathe blood on th the fine forgiveness program is working so well at milwaukee libraries, the program is being extended for an additional week.ann sterling is live at the public library downtown-- to tell you how ?you can get in on this deal! the goal is to get more people back into their neighborhood library.so if you have been blocked from using the library -- because of fines or fees associated with overdue materials.welcome back..
month but now the mayor says it's working so well it will now end on sunday, october 16th.according to a statement from mayor barrett's office -- since the campaign launched on september 26th, more than 78 hundred individuals have reactivated their library cards, approximately 900 items have been returned and about $287 thousand dollars has been forgiven in library fines. . those interested in participating in the "welcome back" campaign should visit library locations -- where they may return any overdue books -- videos -- music -- or other library materials.any cardholder with fines may come in and ask for fine forgiveness for themselves or for their children, even without the book or video.. library staff will work with patrons to re-activate library accounts, in addition to waiving all fines and children under the age of 15 are eligible, but will need a parent or guardian to sign
milwaukee police need your help finding the vandals who stole from a peace garden family members tell us theives targeted the garden planted in memory of za'layia jenkins. she's the little girl killed by a stray bullet at 15th and meinecke. pumpkins and other decorations were reported stolen. a 30-year-old man faces charges -- accused of murdering a man who owned a locaja gathered at the "young urban jazz cafe" to remember donald lewis. lewis was originally reported missing, then found dead over the weekend... he was hidden on the property of the jazz cafe near 24th and fond du lac. ((18:59:26-18:59:35)) i loved that he touched so many people. i think this is absolutely beautiful that there's so many people out here supporting my dad. i didn't realize how many people he touched, i know he touched me. the family tell us they
cafe will remain open. chelsea clinton continues to campaign for her mother ... following a stop in racinethe former first daughter talked childhood education, mental health and immigration reform. she also encouraged people to vote early. senator ron johnson says he will continue to support donald trump despite what he described as the republican nominee's "flaws."johnson's opponent in the election, democrat russ feingold criticized johnson for fully coming out either endorsing or condemning trump. the two square off in a debate this friday in green bay. tonight, representatives from the d-n-r and milwaukee county parks department are holding a meeting on living with coyotes. the meeting will address the efforts being made by both organizations and the steps people living in the area can take to deal with coyotes.it's at the greenfield park pavilion in west allis at 6 p-m. up next on live at daybreak on
what options they have to protect their properties.it's happening at a meeting tonight .pete zervakis is live along the lakefront with a look ahead. at 5:30 tonight representative s from the dnr... the army corps of engineers... and the wisconsin coastal management program will speak to homeowners about the erosion of the bluff we're standing on. this is in mt. pleasant's lake park neighborhood. the village president has told us property owners in this area are reporting losing 30 or 40 feet of their property a year... because the level of lake michigan is higher than normal and accelerating the erosion of this bluff. so tonight homrowners can learn more about the problem of erosion from experts.... as well as speak to them about what options they have to try and save their homes. the u-s army corps of engineers has said this month would be the earliest it could help mt.
erosion. however - that funding would only be to protect public buildings - or public infrastructutr like nearby roads. tonight's meeting runs from 5:30 to 7:30 at mt. pleasant village hall. live...pz... tmj4 up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4recall alert: the popular ice cream treat that could be in your freezer right now, and why it ?could make you sick if you eat it. then -- actress arrested: why divergent star shailene woodly-- got ?booked in a north carolina jail, and why ?she isn't the only one facing
beyond wisconsin...this morning investigators are looking into why a trooper in california shot and killed a man walking on an intete california highway patrol says the the man was shot by one of their officers after being struck by a car on the orange county freeway.officers performed cpr on the man, but he later died from his injuries at the hospital. a girl kidnapped in florida is back home safe this mornng thanks to an alert worker at a tennessee hospital.security at baptist memorial hospital alerted memphis police after the worker recognized four-year-old rebecca lewis and the man accused of taking her. this is really the man's name.... west wild hogs.
leaving the hospital and took him into custody. trending this morning, actress shailene woodley-- taken away in handcuffs-- at the dakota pipeline protest. the whole thing went down-- on facebook live. the "divergent" star, along with 26 others, has been charged with criminal tresspassing. the pipeline would carry crude oil from north dakota through south dakota and iowa before reaching illinois. an n-f-l player is firing back at republican presidential he called his lewd comments about women "locker room talk." eagles wide receiver jordan matthews says he has never been in a locker room where "that kind of talk" has happened and was "offended" that trump would "put that on a whole group of people." his words more wisely"at the same time, you have to know your life, you have to know the people you influence, how many people are watching you.
at a philadelphia middle school to unveil a new anti- bullying program for kids. fema is answering the call-- to help hurricane victims in north carolina. crews from as far away as pennsylvania and missouri have come to lumberton, north carolina after torrential rains caused serious flooding in the area. rescue teams are there to help residents still trapped in their homes.the storm and it's aftermath is responsible for 11 deaths in north carolina alone. now to your weather and traffic togetherwi meteorologist brian gotter. tonight will be partly cloudy and mild with lows again in the 50s.wednesday will have more clouds streaming in ahead of a cold front that will bring the best chance for
the afternoon and evening hours. because of the clouds and rain showers that will develop after 1pm, temps will be cooler, back into the mid- 60s and the wind will be stronger as well. even with the return of the sunshine, it gets colder for thursday behind the cold front with highs expected to be in the low 50s, which would bring an end to the 145 day (so far) record streak of days with high temps of 60 degrees or
in today's money...if you have nestle's ru cones in your freezer-- they ?might be contaminated with listeria. the company is recalling 16-count variet packs... and the 24 count vanilla pack. good news-- no one's gotten sick.if you have them, you can return them to the store where you got them for a refund. keeping your identity safe.... many believe it won't happen to them....but tell that to the 41 million americans who have had their identities stolen.according to a new study, many are putting themselves in harm's way by engaging in risky security
checking their credit reports... doing their banking on unsecured wifi networks.... and not changing their password for online accounts. ladies put a way those yoga pants.... and trade them in for some denim. according to search data from google trends... denim is now "in".... while the "athleisure" trend... like yoga pants... is starting to ease off.this comes as denim makers have been introducing new styles, including rips and wider bottoms. 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 head out the door.including... safety hazard: what you should do ?right now-- if you own a galaxy 7 note... and what could happen if you don't
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with ann sterling. she's live at the new bucks arena construction site-- where ?more heavy
equipment-- will be brought in soon. there is a flurry of construction going on down here in downtown milwaukee. crews are making substantial progress on building a new
this morning -- the common council is expected to vote on a skywalk connecting the block 7 parking structure with the new milwaukee bucks arena. a committee started talking about the skywalk last month. but the bucks had included this idea in an october 2015 filing with the city.the plans then were for a see-through skywalk for passers-by and motorists.also --- this morning -- members will discuss a permit for more demolition work.this is near highland avenue and 4th street to expand construction. construction on this massive project began in june --- just north of the b-m-o harris bradley center. the 500 plus dollar expected to be the 2018-19 season. if you have a samsung galaxy note seven... turn off your phone immediately!that's a message from the company. samsung has stopped production of the phone after reports of the phone spontaneously catching fire.samsung is also asking all retail partners to stop selling and doing exhanges on the phone while the company looks into the
without a home... and a firefighter injured after a 2 alarm blaze at two duplexes. it happened around 11 last night near 4th and concordia. we're told the firefighter injured a finger-- while using a saw. investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked that fire. a federal investigation will begin this week into the wisconsin department of natural resources. environmental advocates claim the agency is doing a poor job of enforcing water pollution laws... and not complying with the clean water act. environmental protection agency will look into these
friday will be mostly sunny and still seasonally cool with a high of 58 degrees in milwaukee. the clouds and temperatures increase heading into the weekend with mid to upper 60s expected and the chance for some showers on sunday. illinois' calling. calling the makers. see you in the doers. those who prefer one-of-a-kind, to common fare. calling the endlessly curious, and the boundary pushers. those who would rather make the most of their precious vacation days. this land is illinois. and its calling everyone, everywhere who's up for amazing.
good morning. more to come. donald trump doubles down on his attacks against the clinton family. >> if they want to release more tapes, saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk doing inappropriate things. >> and clinton not backing down. >> he wants to talk about what we've been doing the last 30 years, bring it on! >> her lead, now the widest it's ever been in our new poll. with exactly one month to go, can trump rebound? matthew's wake. the water still rising in parts of the south hit by the hurricane. more than 1,500 people rescued, an entire north carolina town evacuated. we are there live.