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welcome to live at daybreak. i'm susan kim.weant to start with a check of your weatr and traffic together with meteorologisn gotter. yesterday was a crazy weather day with highs near 70 around the noon hour with rain showers, and then the cold front moved through and a brisk nw wind dropped temps into the 40s and 50s with rain
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evening. the clouds cleared out overnight and temps dropped into the 30s with patchy inland frost this morning. despite a lot of sun, today is the coldest day since mid may with highs only in the mid 50s. tonight will be clear and cold once again with lows in the 30s and patchy inland frost.
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in my house just yet... but if your stepping out to go for a run or to jump in your car for work -- it's definately jacket weather.tempeture here in waukesha is .... %$ the national weather service has issued a frost adsory for pa rts ofsoutheast wisconsinthat includes dodge -- jefferson -- sheboygan -- walworth, washington and waukesha.the advisory started at 2 a.m. and will st unt if y your pet in overnight-- you might want to make sure fido has a blanket or warm bedding. if you're trying to get so golife out of it flowers or plan -- it might be a gooddea ver th upf 't u d
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goodbye to warm weather just yet....we are saying goodbye to a record -- 147 ys of hitting degrees endtoday... breaking overnight: a manhunt-- for two people-- accused of shooting an officer in baltimore.but firs breaking-- two boston police officers-- are in extremely critical condition-- after they were shot on the job. we're told this happened when the team of officers responded to an argument between two roommates. one-- has been described as "heavily armed". the suspect-- who shot the officers was killed on scene. we're told both injured officers have undergone surgery-- and it's not clear whether they will survive.nine other officers were treated at another hospital for minor injuries and emotiol stress.
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when the officer, and a plain clothes detective pulled over a vehicle-- believed to be involved in a carjacking. we're told at least one ofthe two suspects-- started shooting and hit the officer in the wrist. that officer-- is in the hospital this morning, and 'rthrough. one of two men accused of stabbing a local efo death will be arraigned in court this morning.prosecutors say hussain sami stabbed pfister hotel chef sha ostrum during an aent near brady street. ostrum's trying to break up a fight outside a bar.sami faces up to 65 years if convicted.to 65 years if convicted. tackan minnota vikingtifor a ma cohe n faces more than 12- years in prison, if convicted. david moschel sa confronting d for damaging the decoration in his front yard.the vikings ve invited moschel to attend
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month. wisconn's voter law ll remain in effect for next month's election... deite a federal judge hearing yet another challenge to it this week. the jue though is requiring the state to improve voter education abt the quiremt.ervas pete zis liveith more today. ?tabseee voting has already started here in the city of milwaukee. if you plan to ct a you ?need to know: is you still have to present a valid photo i-d to do so. liberal group one wisconsin instite had asked a federal judge to block the law... after media reports of workers at dmv locations around the state providing incorrect information to people seeking id's to vote. at a hearing in madison yesterday... judge
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appellate court has already ruled wisconsin's voted id requiremt constitutional. buthe judge did say he was dissapointed the state's inadequate training for dmv workers. peterson has ordered attorneys for ordered attorneys for the state and for one wisconsin institute to return to court today... to develop new handouts for the public describing the voter i-d process. live...pz... tmj4 october is national domestic violence awareness month. tmj4 has partnered today's tmj4 has partnered with the sojourner family peace center for a phone bank.volunteers from sojourner will be taking calls to help victims of domestic violence or anyone who knows someone who needs help.the phone bank will be next monday, october 17th from four to seven p-m. the green bay packers are putting on a youth outreach camp at olympia brown elementary school in racine today.about 300 kids are expected to participate in a series of drills including a relay race, throwing a pass
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there are two sessions this morning, one at1 d the other at 115. upext on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--two big malls ? shutti dfor rkey hoem explains decision. en -- the man accused of planting bombs in rk and new jersey s to ?co vide. today - we'll helpoulan the perft girltawas between slea
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as part of national fire preventi week... the milwaukee bucks are teaming up with the ty's fire departments buckvolunteers honory re chi m anos instin firefighters angetters e al r milwaukee rede?nt the event is part of ththpaecfou firefighters 0et creating fe buy a ticket to saturday's milwaukee buckgad help chdrlithe bucks host the chicago bulls saturday at the bradley center. george mallet will emcee the pregame and halftime ms. part of thill go which figh iloocancer a bloo a pair of milwaukee area mal wi ththis year.
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for the holiday.the company that runs brookfield square says it wants to bring back the excitement of black friday as the true start of the holiday shopping season. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--hurricane nicole taking aim at bermuda.how much rain could bedumped on the so-- n gations ainst e day. donald trumpwhat one woman says the republican nominee
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continues to deal with the consequences of the storm. nearly 10-thousand residents have been evacuated due to the rising tar river... which is expected to crest tomorrow at 12 feet above flood stage. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist with meteorolist brian gotter. yesterday s a crazy weather day with highs weather day a crazy weather day with highs weather day a crazy weather day with highs weather day with highs near 70 around the noon hour with rain and then the cold front moved out overnight and tes red with? droppeintohe 30s with patchy inla frost this mornindespe a lot u?vof, coldesdance the d ghbelear
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they might not be the most accurate when it comes to reading a heart rate. researchers found the wrist monitors were accurate during resting periods, but during exercise... not as much. doctors say while they're ok for recreational use, heart recreational use, heart patienst should not rely on them. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --a state senator from fond du lac is found dead. why the governor will not be calling a special election also-- a wisconsin woman accused identity and pretending to be a nurse.the victim tells us her biggest tells us her
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now at 6:30-- a 14-hundr 90-year-oldwoman's journey fromwisconsin to our nation's capitol in washington, d-c.
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susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was a crazy weather with highs near 70 around the noon hour with rain front moved through and a brisk nw wind dropped temps into the 40s and 50s with rain and drizzle all evening. the clouds cleared out overnight and temps dropped into the 30s with patchy inland frost this today is the coldest day since mid may with highs only in the mid 50s. tonight will cold once again with lows in the
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right now this morning. a new report from the u-s department of justice cites numerous incidents of institutionalized bias against minority groups by the san francisco police department. threpo also found that
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american and hispanic drivs prcrhundd ites. o-j nearly 3-hundred recommendaon s to help the force improve itpractices.san francisco -- a rainbow-flagged city that prides itself on diversity -- has a population that is half asian and hispanic. many blks have left the city and quested the reviewarals wprompted by the shooti death of discovery of homophobic and racist text messages between officers. two milwaukee city employees arrested, accused of operating a marijuana grow operation. deputies in forest countsay kevin hying, steven wasechek and dennis pratt were harvesting pot and caught over the weekd. the mayor's office says hying and wasechek were employed by the city, but have since resigned. deputies say more than 600 pounds of marijuana was found
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now face felony charges. a wisconsin dells woman is accused of pretending to be a nurse by using a milwaukee woman's information.did anybody get hurt imy first instinct and ju the instinct and just the thought of someone else having access to medical information equipment medications and all those jenner brne is charged atthat with pong as a nurse in dells. investigators say she used jennifer price's nursing license.she's charged with ti gain and multiple counts of obstructing an officer condolences are pouring in for state senator rick gudex this morning.gudex this morning.the 48-year-old fond du lac republican died wednesday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. gudex had been in office since 20-13, but planned to step down in january.. governor scott walker is not planning to call a special election since the regular election is only four weeks away. employees at a glendale
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morning -- after a fire damaged some of their machinery firefighters had to use special equipment to put teutonia agood hopenobody ear was injured, but the machinery suffered about 80-thousand dollars worth of damage. a state lawmaker is hoping to make a historic day in african american history a national holiday. she's welcoming a special guest to the area to promote that cause. pete zervakis is live with more. juneteenth juneteenth juneteenth day -- on june 19th -- is the day associated thend withof slavery in the u-s. it's the day union soldiers freed the final slaves in galveston texas 151 years ago. state senator lena taylor has authored a w ma juneteenth a w making ha has authored a law making juneenth day a liday in wiscsin. this afternoon... she's welcoming 90-year old pal e to aukemi lee years old... and marching 14-hundred miles across the cotry to shon, wad.
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juneteenth see the reason? she wants to see juneteenth day become a national holiday. taylor is throwinger support behind the effort... and the starting near 6th and wright when lee arriveilwaukee around 3:45 this afternoon. live...pz... tmj4 is just in- rock legend bob dylan has been awarded the 20-16 nobel prize for literature.the swedish academy cited the singer for having quote "created new poetic expressions within the great american song tradition."the 75-year-old was born in minnesota as robert zimmerman
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how long it could take local leaders-- to decide what to do with milwaukee's mitchell park domes.then -- grab your beer stein--where you can fill up your mug as the oktoberfest
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yesterday was a crazy weather day with highs near 70 around the near 70 around the noon hour wi r then the cold front moved through and a brisk nw wind dropped temps into the 40s and 50s with rain and drizzle all evening. the clouds cleared out overnight and temps dropped into the 30s with patchy inland frost rng. despit today is the coldest day since mid may with highs only in the mid 50s. tonight will be clear and cold once again with lows in the 30s and patchy inland
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today members today members of the fed-ex cares program are working to help end hunger in milwaukee.more than 20 volunteers will be harvesting crops at the hunger task force farm.those crops will be used to help needy families in the community. hundds of people neorods safer.the annual 'safe and sound' awards fundraiser is this morning at the italian conference . center this year's winners include marquette presenkelove chf jumaxine white. they also include resident and youth leaders, cheri fuqua and 19 year old pierre johnson. i am honored to emcee this morning'event. the month long oktorfest celebration continues today.
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milwaukee's oktoberfest kicks off tonight. the keg is set to be tapped at 5 at veterans park there's plenty of there's plenty of free beer to go around. the festivities run through the weekend. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4why the lwaukee public school district does not have to worry about a not have to worry about a takeover ... at least for now.then -- another honor for brett favre.the spial monycereplanned for
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happening today: a korean war vet-- will be coming home to rest. army corporal donald henderickson donald henderickson was missing in since been found. his body will fly into mitchell international this morning... and will be escorted to janesville for a funeral. the county will not be required to take over failing schools in the milwaukee public school district this year...the state recently announced m-p-s performed well enough on tests to avoid the county to step in. the state will release m-p-s test scores in november. it could be three to five years befo a newly formed task a newly formed task force mas a permanent decision
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remained consistently open over the last year due to concerns of falling concrete. to temporarily fix the problem, crews installed wire mesh netting.wire mesh netting. that move came at a big cost. about 600-800,000 dollars right now we're still paying the bills right nowanother concern is leaking water. horticulturists warn in about 5 years the domes will leak the domes will leak water so badly, it ll ruin the plants growing insi construction companies in desperate need of workers are turning to the younger generation for help.there's just so much opportunity that many people don't understand outside those of us that wear a haer and toobelt the milwaukee school of engineering held an event for dozens of high school students to get them excited about construction. with several big construction projects underway in milwaukee -- like the bucks
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need workers across all levels. the green bay packers plan to honor brett favre during halftime of this sunday's game with the cowboys.during the ceremony, favre's name will be unveiled on the southeast f?ade inside lambeau field, alongside the names of fellow packers enshrined in the pro football hall of fame. vre will also be ented ??wi o foball hall of fng.ame a new way to tailgate at lambeau field.the te showed off plans for the johnsonville ilgata it's being built in place of the tundra tailgate zone, the parking lot east of the stadium.the 13-thousand square foot facility will be free for fans on gameday and avaible for events year-round.the johnsonville tailgate village is expected to be open in time for the 20-17 season..
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admirals are trying to gear everyone up for their upcoming hockey season.they're holding their annual media day this morning at the kern center on the campus of m-s-o-e.the admirals kick off the 2016-17 season this saturday in san antonio. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was a crazy weather day with highs near 70 around the noon hour with rain showers, and then the cold front moved through and a brisk nw wind through and a brisk nw wind dropped temps
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and drizzle all evening. the clouds cleared out overnight and temps dropped into the 30s with pchy inland frost this moing. despite a lot of sun, today is the coldest day since mid may with highs only in the mid 50s. tonight will be clear and cold once again with lows in the 30s and patchy inland frost.friday is sunny and breezy with highs near few clouds and highs near 70. there is just an isolated chance for a shower by late afternoon and evening, and t'showers are likely overnight with lows in the upper 50s. there is a slight chance for a lingering shower sunday g, b mointhoon is sunny and warm with highnear 70. monday is partly cloudy
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deadly brake issue.the recall ssibility the parking brake on thosmodels could stop working.. ifhahapp.. the vehie cod ll away and cause a ?crash.toyota says owners of the involved vehiclesill be notified ext nth. recallst ?v in today's money...samsung is now sending out fireproof return kits for customers who want to return their galaxy no 7 ar come with a static shielding bag for the phone... which goes into a small box, then a slightly bigger box and finally a shipping box.that box is lined with ceramic fiber paper designed to contain extreme heat. 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... life on mars? why we could be
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humans to the red planet...
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now it time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis. he's live
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information you edrmation you n before you vote on or before election day. absentee voting has absentee absentee voting has already started here in the city if you plan to cast a ballot in this election what you ?need to know: is you still have to present a valid photo i-d to do so. liberal group one wisconsin institute had asked a federal judge to block the law... after media reports of workers at dmv locations around the state providing incorrect information to people seeking id's to vote. at a hearing in madison yesterday... judge james peterson dno appellate court has already ruled wisconsin's voted id requirement constitutional. but the judge did say he was dissapointed the state's inadequate training for dmv workers. peterson has ordered attorneys for the state and for one wisconsin institute to return to court today... to develop for the public describing the voter i-d process. live...pz... and we're following breaking news in boston this morning... two police officers are in very critical condition-- critical condition-- after they got shot on a call. it happened responding to an argument between roommates. the suspect-- is dead. nine
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injuries. hurricane nicole is getting stronger as it moves closer for bermuda. you're taking a look at the storm-- from the international space station. wind speeds are right around 100 miles per hour. it could dump 8 inches of rain on bermuda throughout the day. could humans-- be living on mars by 2030? president obama is making that ?push today. e w- sponsoring the "frontiers conference"-- a brainstorming session to get people to would be a ?multi billion
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good morning. the accused. at least four women have come forward claiming donald trp ina. some cim going backdecades. >> he was like he had six arms, all over the place. >> a claim of pageant contestants claiming he walked in on them as they were dressing, trump denying all of the allegations and threatening to sue as the actress who trump made lewd comments about gave an exclusive interview. >> do you accept his apology? >> that was an interesting apology. >> bng overnight. a u.s. war shipaunches

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