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and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's 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 meteorologist brian gotter. st with highs in the mid 50s (almost 20 degrees cooler than just the day before), and a much lighter wind. while it was cool, it is actually the normal high for this time of the year. this morning is clear and chilly with lows in the low to mid 30s inland with widespread frost, while the lakefront is near 40. today
clouds quickly increase with highs in the low to mid 50s. rain becomes likely tonight after midnight with lows in the 40s and a se wind at 10-20 mph. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads dry roadstraffic medium on the roads, building incident 894w- lincoln roll over crash or above posted in most areas,
breaking news now: police flood milwaukee's east side overnight-- after a woman's found dead.pete zervakis is live near arlington and hamilton this morning-- with an update on where this investigation stands. the milwaukee police are investigating a homicide that occurred in the 1800 block of n. arlington pl on october 24th. at 10:22pm on 10-24-16, officers received information which led them to a residence where a residence where a female victim in her early 20's was found deceased. the circumstances including the time of death remain under investigation, we have identified a person of interest and are seeking interest and are seeking him at this time
a corrections officer accused of shooting a woman outside a milwaukee nightclub... will head into her status conference with a not guilty plea. police say police say police say lillie jones got into an argument with another woman last sunday at onyx night club... then sh the 22-year-old is on administrative leave from her job at the taycheedah the taycheedah womens correctional institution in fond du lac.at last check the victim was in critical condition. the milwaukee police officer charged with sexual assault remains behind bars this morning. dominique heaggan-brown was arrested last week. police say he was the officer who shot and killed sylville smith.. sparking two nights of violent protests in sherman park. he's being held on 100-thousand
new information this morning.. we're learning who's responsible for attack at a police academy in pakistan that left 60 dead... and more than one hundred others wounded. pakistand officials say an al qaeda-linked militant group opened fire at the academy just a few hours ago. the group is known for targeting the shiite muslim minority most of the vicitms were police cadets.one attacker was killed by security forces.... and the other two died while detonating bombs they were carrying. rescued.city leaders in the area have anounced a three day mourning perioid. an alarming new study just released reveals a stark racial divide when it comes to breast cancer .it shows nationally, black women are 43 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women.this morning our ann sterling joins us live with information on a free cancer screening event aimed at saving lives.
breast cancer remains the most common cancer diagnosed in all women here in the united states. this community event is a free opportunity to help women reduce their risk for breast cancer by providing education -- outreach -- and access to cancer screening resources. the event will be held today at the isaac coggs heritage health center 10:00 am and will last to 5:00 pm. women are invited to attend the event and learn more about ways to reduce their risks and the importance of detecting breast cancer ??early through regular screenings. if you attend --- you will have access to a range of services that will include
this afternoon officials from milwaukee and waukesha counties will hold a news conference to launch "job lines".those are bus routes those are bus routes connecting milwaukee's inner city to locations in washington and waukesha counties.. incuding the industrial park in new berlin. that means people from milwaukee can get to job opportunities at more than 150 businesses in those areas. among them: fed ex and among them: fed ex and midland plastics. visual artists are breaking ground on a new and highly unique public art initiative. the group is partnering with shoreline metro transportation to install art on all 16 city busses in sheboygan. they're calling the project "art on the bus." up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--another deadly amusement park accident... how four people were killed on a ride.then -- a rare honor for
handed out in eight years. and we're continuing to follow breaking news this morning on milwaukee's east side... police looking for a person of interest.... after a woman is found dead inside a house just north of brady street. we'll continue to keep you updated as more today - how ambition can le. become a destructive addiction. plus -grab your cozy sweater - we'll tell you the hottest books to curl up with this
yesterday was sunny and dry with highs in the mid 50s (almost 20 degrees cooler than just the day before), and a much was cool, it is actually the normal high for this time of the year. this morning is clear and chilly with lows in the low to mid 30s inland with widespread frost, while the lakefront is near 40. today starts with sunshine, but clouds quickly increase with highs in the low to mid 50s. rain becomes likely tonight
the 40s and a se wind at 10-20 mph. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly malfunction at an amusement park in australia which left four people dead. take a look at this ariel video from the investigation at the investigation at the park.... officials say there was a malfunction with a family rivers rapids.somehow, two people were thrown from the ride and two others were caught inside.all of the victims are believed to be in their 30s or 40s. a grieving colorado family is holding a v-a medical center in denver accountable this morning after the body of their loved one went missing for several days.the family says the v-a mixed up their son's remains with someone else.v-a officials only learned about the mistake after they artuary whevedth
adnan syed... the main subject in a murder se featured on the popular "serial" podcast...are asking for their client to be released on bail. adnan syed... is serving a life sentence in maryland for the murder of is former girlfriend. back in june.... a judge granted the 35-year-old a new trial. his lawyers now want him out on bail.... saying his conviction is unconstitutional. a big honor r sting this morning!the singer-songwriter -- and actor, author and activist.... is set to receive the award of american music awards next month. the honor goes to artists "who goes to artists "who have made truly exceptional contributions to the music industry"... and it hasn't been handed out in eight years! coming up... free tickets! how the milwaukee bucks are making sure more fans have ticket's to their home opener. also-- we've got a new presidential poll this morning.why donald trmp says the numbers are not
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people who live on milwaukee's southside, will meet face to face with their alderman tonight at town hall meeting. alderman mark borkowski will be joined by representatives from the milwaukee police department and department of neighborhood services. that meeting starts at six o'clock at hamilton high school. the milwaukee bucks tipoff the regular season tomorrow night.. and the team is giving away tickets.players will join bango at wendy's locations on capitol drive later today tomorrow's game against the charlotte hornets. they'll be at the wendy's on east capitol at 11 and the one on west capitol at noon. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and dry with highs in the mid 50s (almost 20 degrees cooler than
much lighter wind. while it was cool, it is actually the normal high for this time of the year. this morning is clear and chilly with lows in the low to mid 30s inland with widespread frost, while the lakefront is near 40. today starts with sunshine, but clouds quickly highs in the low to mid 50s. rain becomes likely tonight after midnight with lows in the 40s and a se wind at 10-20 mph.wednesday is rainy, windy and chilly with highs struggling to reach 50, se winds gusting to 30 mph, and
somano/ undecided voter"i am at a crossroads and don't know who i'm gonna vote for till i get to that booth today." democrats have registered 50- thousand more voters here:dr. debra diaz/ clinton early voter "i am very concerned about the rhetoric coming out of his mouth."donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee"you gotta get out and vote. this is our last chance."trump - in florida - continues to blame the media and pollsters for his downward slide:donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee "the media isn't just against me, they're against all of you that's really what they're against."clinton - now up by five points averaging polls.she's diverting money and support to downballot candidates... like new hampshire's maggie hassan... trying to help democrats re- take the senate:hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee"she has never been afraid to stand up to donald trump."republicans...trying to withstand the heat:dr. david woolsey/ clinton early voter clinton early voter"...are gonna suffer and they should suffer. they haven't been standing up for the right people."(manchester, new hampshire)on the trail with clinton: her attack-dog against trump - senator elizabeth warren:sen. elizabeth warren/ (d) massachusetts"we nasty women are gonna march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get
one thing one thing we're not hearing much about: obamacare. his administration admits... premiums are expected to jump 25 percent next year. trump barely mentioned that last night. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --vitto on voting. a badger basketball player showing his skills ?off the court.the unique way vitto brown is encouraging students
another listen to the sultry voice of vitto brown. everybody come one vote cause you want to, vote cause you need to, you should vote to because it's all about you. it's coming up: an inmate-- on the run-- in racine this morning. what he did-- and what ? i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. on healthcare, russ feingold will work with both parties to lower premiums and cut health care taxes.
i want to do the hard work of improving the so it works for middle class families. but in washington, senator ron johnson sides with big insurance. voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients.
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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano. let's get a look at your weather and traffic together-- with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and dry with highs in the mid 50s (almost 20 degrees cooler than just the day before), and a much lighter wind. while it was cool, it is actually the normal high for this time of the year. this morning is clear and chilly with lows in thlow to mid 30s inland with widespread frost, while the lakefront is near 40. today
breaking news right now: milwaukee police ?still on the scene th morni-- where pete zervakis is live-- near brady is live-- near brady street on milwaukee's east side with an update on the investigation. the milwaukee police are investigating a homicide that occurred in the 1800 block of n. arlington pl on october 24 that10:22pm on 10-24-16, officers received information
deadly uber accident.after more than 24 hours on the run... he is now behind bars. the accident happened on 2nd and clybourn... killing three woman visiting from chicago. the victims are amy taylor, lindsey cohen and ashley sawatzke. sawatzke grew up in menomonee falls. according to this go fund me page, the uber driver tim snyder is still in the hospital, but expected to be ok. police say be ok. police say the suspect ran a red light and slammed into the uber. the 23-year-old driver from mequon.. has not charged... so we aren't charged... so we aren't identifying him. records show he's been booked in jail for reckless homicide and that he's been charged with operating with a revoked license in the past. the search continues this morning for the suspect who stole a car with a toddler inside... leading to an amber alert sunday night. police say the car was taken after the child's mother left it running at a gas station near 60th and good hope. the car was found abandoned in a residential area. the one-year-old child
right now.... in california thousands of veterans forced to pay back bonuses they received during their service this morning.some military members say it's a problem that dates back 10 years. in order to get soldiers to re-enlist during the iraq war... the military offered more money, loan forgiveness and other benefits. unfortunately those bonuses were only meant for soldiers with certain assignments. investigators uncovered rampant fraud and mismanagement by the were trying to meet enlistment targets now veterans are paying the price... with interest. according to the department of defense... the pentagon is "looking closely" into the matter soldiers who received these bonuses to re-enlist to fight in iraq and afghanistan can petition to have the debt waived. now that the colder temps are invading wisconsin, health experts say now is the time to start thinking about how to prevent catching the flu by getting a flu shot ann
this morning that could help your family stay well. health experts are reminding everyone -- it takes two weeks after your flu shot for the vaccinto work... so they say now is the time to get your flu shot. today -- mayor barrett today -- mayor barrett and the commissioner of health will kick-off milwaukee's fight against the flu. it's happeneing at the neighborhood house of milwaukeecity leaders will receive their flu vaccination -- and urge the home to do the same.. at this morning's free flu vaccine clinic. a limited number of vaccines will be available to on a fst-come -- first-served basis. the flu clinic starts at 9 am.flu symptoms include -- high fever -- headache -- fatigue -- cough -- sore throat and runny nose.throat and runny nose.it ta an at november and last for months. but usually,the season's peak isn't until ?oafter isn't until season'seak isn't until after the firs the year. doctors are also offering
avoid getting sick: wash your hands...and keep your hands away from your face. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- mapping cancer. the specific zip codes in our area where more women are dying from breast cancer. then -- what's in the water? a new report shines light on the high mbernukids exposed to elevat levels of lead in
from breast cancer than from breast cancer than white women. the trend is seen here in milwaukee as well.... and while cancer doesn't discriminate... there are genetic and economic factors that do come into play. will not go.some women are just afraid to go to the doctor. many women, if they don't have insurance they will not go. all women can get a free mammogram and other services today at the isaac coggs heritage health center.it starts at starts at 10:00 am and it starts at 10:00 am and will last to 5:00 pm. another piece of bad news for obamacare. a government reports says health care premiums under the affordable care act will jump an average of 22-percent next year. this means it will cost nearly 300 dollars a month. the hike is being blamed on insurers raising prices and reducing their presence on the exchanges. their costs are up... due primarily to sicker-than-anticipated customers... and too few healthy young adults buying insurance.
light on the high number of children exposed to lead poisoning in wisconsin.the report finds the state's blood lead poisoning levels are similar to the 20-15 rate in flint, michigan... where they had a water crisis... four-point-six percent to flint's four-point-nine. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4.if anything space related gets you geeky.. is taki your questions today.. how to get involved.. ahead.then -- joe buck responds. the sportscaster's take on calls for him to give up his seat to bob uecker calling games for the world series. before we head to break... lets take a life look from celeland.... gamewhere one of the world series kicks off tonight. cubs and the indians facing off.... both hoping to end their championship
donald trump, who was just in wisconsin... will spend his day in campaigning in florida. astronaut and wisconsin native jeff williams wants to take questions from you..astro jeff will be doing a facebook live starting at 10:30 this morning to talk about photography and his trip to the international space station. to join.. search "nasa astronaut jeff williams" on facebook. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was sunny and dry with highs in the mid 50s (almost 20 degrees cooler than just the day before), and was cool, it is actually the normal high for this time of the year. this morning is clear and chilly with lows in the low to mid 30s inland with the lakefront is near 40. today starts with sunshine, but clouds quickly increase with highs in the low to mid 50s. rain becomes 50s. rain low to mid highs in the low to mid 50s. rain becomes 50s. rain becomes likely tonight after midnight with lows in the 40s and a se wind at 10-20 mph.
to reach 50, se winds gusting to 30 mph, and heavy rain at times. most areas will get at least 1" by evening, with isolated areas near 2". after some morning clouds, the sunshine returns on thursday afternoon with highs in the lower 50s and a brisk wind. friday is partly cloudy and warmer with highs near 60, and an isolated afternoon shower. saturday is partly cloudy and breezy with highs in the mid
wrigley field are going for as much as 10-thousand dollars or more. a bargain in cleveland, just four-thousand bucks. thousand bucks. ga starts at seven p-m. this morning mo tha-th people h peitplac e buck with mister baseball and brewers legend bob uecker ermeo the movie "major league".... as the announcer for the indians. you can find a link to the petition at tmj-four dot com. joe buck is a good sport othing would make mr thanto have uecker in the booth. end quote." 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... an update on breaking news happening right
around our canareacontinue to vote early ahead of next month's election. milwaukee... absentee voting has been running since late last month. in other communities: like the city of waukesha ... it just started yesterday "job lines" wi
official be launched y. todait a system where bus routes connect milwaukee's in tner ci lotions in washington and waukesha counties.that means people from milwaukee can get to job opportunities at more than 150 businesses in those areas. want to go to the milwaukee bucks home opener tomorrow for free? later today-- you'
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good morning. two weeks to go. the presidential race enters the homestretch. a new poll out this moing shows hillary clinton with a solid lead, but donaldrump is not buying it. >> it's called voter suppreson becaleuse pere -- oh, gee, 're winning. fole thelinton campaign ses on winning both the it house and congss. breaking ornight. a river rapids ride at a popular theme park malfunctions, killing four people, two of them thrown from their seats, two others trapped inside, as investigators try to figure out what went wrong. manhunt. a frantic search for an oklahoma man accuseof soting at least