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welcome to live at 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. after a mild saturday with a few showers saturday night, yesterday was chilly with highs in the 40s. this morning with lows in the 30s. southerly winds are the issue for your monday and trick or treating this evening with gusts to 30 mph. however, that southerly wind warms us up to near 60 today. it will be a mild evening for the ghosts and goblins with temps in the mid 50s, a brisk breeze to 20 mph, and no rain. tonight remains in the mid 50s with a few clouds, and the wind
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actually begin to rise into the lower 60s by sunrise. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads keeping an eye on the roads this morning traffic is incident free speeds are at or above posted in several areas drive me typical spots on 894 northbound and 94 eastbound decision 2016 now... 8 days til election day... and wisconsin continues to draw
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pete zervakis is live downtown with who's visiting this week. democrat hillary clinton's campaign is bringing in several surrogates to campaign here this week. one name is very familiar to wisconsin voters: former u-s senator herb kohl will stump for clinton this morning on milwaukee's east side. he's also holding a news conference this afoo green bay. and tomorrow... clinton's running mate senator tim kaine will hold rallies in madison and appleton. meanwhile on the republican side... the gop ticket will appear together in eau claire tomorrow. donald trump and governor mike pence are returning to wisconsin one week before election day... as polls continue to show them trailing clinton by single digits here. an emerson poll released last week had clinton up six points.
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final poll ahead of next week's election. live...pz... tmj4 house speaker paul ryan is under fire this morning from fellow republicans upset with his messy political divorce from donald trump it's a fresh round of discord that has some g-o-p lawmakers threatening an effort to oust him. no one has yet to put the plan into action or even put forth an alternate option. . breaking overnight:the man wanted in a string of violent crimes, including the killing of two relatives.. and the shooting of two police officers, has been killed. michael dale vance was shot and killed in a shootout with a trooper near leedey, oklahoma. sunday, vance had shot and wouned another officer, then fled in a car. officers pursued vance for about a half hour when he was approached by a state trooper. they had a shootout and vance died. authorities also believe vance did two facebook live videos
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police. talk of a 60 dollars wheel tax in milwaukee county has a lot of drivers outraged. the money would plug a hole in the transit budget but a lot drivers say a 60 fee is too much. ann sterling is live at the marcus center downtown with a look ahead. a finance committee has not moved forward with the budget, and there's not a lot of time left.the big issue is the proposed $60 wheel tax on vehicles. it's basically a vehicle registration fee. milwaukee county executive chris abele inserted the fee into his recommended $1.18 billion spending plan for next year -- to boost declining transit operating funds... plus to pay for major transportation projects, including bus replacements, bridge and road repairs.according to abele, the wheel tax would generate about $27 million in revenue each year to help with the
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milwaukee county say 60 dollars is too much. the hearing tonight begins at 6 p.m. right here at the marcus center for the performing arts on water st. the finance committee will then review and amend the budget proposal before eventually voting on it and sending it to the full county board. all aboard.... a lengendary return coming tonight. beginging in october what was known as "the 400" train will be making a stop with a lighting display that will give the illusion of a "ghost train" running all along the old route.the train's claim to fame... traveling the 400 miles between minneapolis and chicago in 400 minutesyou can see the train tonight above the oak leaf trail over capital drive starting around 6-30. the packers head into next sunday against a very tough indianapolis team with yet
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aaron rodgers was without receivers randall cobb and ty montgomery against atlanta yesterdayand he didn't seem to miss them throwing for nearly 250 yards and four touchdowns. but the packers couldn't come up with the big plays in the biggest moments losing in the last seconds 33 to 32. you can get your packer fix coming up later this morning. we sit down with wayne larrivee here on live at daybreak.he'll give us an inside look at the packers loss... and who they have coming up next week. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- a newly released autopsy report that gives us a better idea of what really happened before the death of a major league pitcher. then -- an heroic rescue caught on tape. how one man risked his life to save small child hanging from a window. taking a live look outside... today - an all witches ball - and how it's helping cancer
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plus a ghost historian who believes the milwaukee public
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johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. 'm russ feingold
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after a mild saturday with a few showers saturday night, yesterday was chilly with highs in the 40s. this morning is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the 30s. southerly winds are the issue for your monday and trick or treating this evening with gusts to 30 mph. however, that southerly wind warms us up to near 60 today. it will be a mild evening for the ghosts and goblins with temps in the mid 50s, a brisk breeze to 20 mph, and no rain. tonight remains in the mid 50s with a few clouds, and the wind diminishes to 10-15 mph. temps actually begin to rise into the lower 60s by sunrise. if you're not a fan of snow, be glad you're not living in northern california this morning. take a look at the snow people living in the sierras were hit with overnight. about 6 inches of snow fell in just the matter of hours. at one point the snow shut down a busy interstate in both directions. more wintry weather is expected over the next 24 hours. dramatic video out of china this morning.a man climbs up a building to rescue a child hanging from a third story
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fell out of a window at his home, got his head stuck between the window's security bars and was dangling in the air. he was very scared... but not hurt. newly released video this morning shows a terrifying incident at a t-s-a check point in new orleans. the video from 2015 shows a 62 year old man sneaking through the check point carrying a machete. he started swinging the blade at travelers. he later died in the hospital. police say the man suffered from mental illness. we're learning new information about the death of miami marlins pitcher jose fernandez. an autopsy report shows fernandez had cocaine in his system before his deadly boat crash last monthfernandez was also legally drunk at the time.the star pitcher and two of his friends were killed after their private boat hit a jetty near miami beach. up next on live at daybreak on
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new trend among teens that orthodontists are warning parents about this morning. also-- search warrant. what we could learn today about new emails that f-b-i says may be linked to its investigation of hillary clinton's private
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as hospital infections become an increasing problem ... a ney nurses' scrubs may be spreading potentially dangerous germs.researchers at duke university collected samples from the scrubs of 40 i-c-u nurses before and after their shifts.they found 22 instances of antibiotic- resistant germs, like mrsa, transmitted from a patient or room ... to the scrubs. teenagers has orthodontists speaking up. teenagers are showing others online how to make your own braces. they say the d-y-i project promises to fix teeth on the cheap within weeks. in one video a teen uses a paper clip and super glue. orthodontists say in addition to losing your teeth.... the d-i-y braces can also cause infections and disfigurement members of the expedition 49 mission are back on earth this morning. the crew with is made
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japanese astronauts landed kazakhstan sunday. they spent a total of 1-hundred-15 days aboard the interantional space station. the trip back to earth took just three and a half hours. students in robesom county north carolina return to school today for the first time since hurricane matthew to help lift morale schools from across the state donated boxes of candy. over the weekend teachers also decorated the school in fall colors.students missed 15 matthew which flooded many of the schools facilities. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a mild saturday with a few showers saturday night, yesterday was chilly with highs in the 40s. this morning is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the 30s. southerly winds are the issue for your monday and trick or treating this evening with gusts to 30 mph. however, that southerly wind warms us up to
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and goblins with temps in the mid 50s, a brisk breeze to 20 mph, and no rain. tonight remains in the mid 50s with a few clouds, and the wind diminishes to 10-15 mph. temps actually begin to rise into the lower 60s by sunrise.we start november off on a warm note with highs near 70 under a lot of sun. a cold front brings clouds and showers on wednesday with highs in the upper 50s, but sunny and pleasant with highs near 60. the sunshine and nice weather continues on friday with highs in the lower 60s, and saturday is sunny and 60.
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keeping an eye on the roads this morning traffic is incident free speeds are at or above posted in several areas drive times are delayed on 894 northbound minor by one minute 94 west at 84 street shuts
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in the next 24 hours we could learn more about new emails that f-b-i says may be relevant to its investigation of hillary clinton's private server. democrats are demanding answers today - and suggesting the fbi director may have broken the law.tracie potts joins us live from washington with more-- tracie... democrats are demanding fbi director james comey provide details today whether newly-discoverd emails are actually newcontain classified informationor whether they're duplicates for which clinton has already been cleared.("cnn state of the union") super burned injohn
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chairman"we're calling on mr. comey to come forward and explain what's at issue here." from donald trump's runningmate:("nbc meet the press") super burned inmike pence/ (r) vice presidential nominee"he has a duty to move forward professionally and in a timely way on this."senate minority leader harry reid suggests comey may have violated the "hatch act"...by revealing vague new information... just days before an election.tim kaine/ (d) vice presidential nominee "it's a very unusual thing when 11 days before a presidential election, something like this just gets introduced as a distraction." clinton avoided the issue campaigning in florida sunday (clinton natsot, "there's a lo n )but donald trump suggested - without proof - that the fbi may have discovered thousands of missing clinton emails. donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee"i think that's called the mother lode. i think they found them all."it could be a problem not just for clinton.. but other democrats:ryan williams/ fmr. mitt romney spokesman"it's something that's going to hang around the necks of down ballot democratic candidates who have to answer for why they continue to support her.with 21 million americans having already voted.
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experts tell nbc this is unlikely to result in charges against clinton because the fbi already cleared her in an extensive investigation. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --where and when you can go tonight to trick or treat with your kids. payday for candy companies. how much you could end up spending this halloween... and
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an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes
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which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. moderation will be out the window tonight... as area kids look to fill their bags... and stomachs full of halloween candy. they'll be feeding into a multi-billion dollar industry candy industry. the national retail federation says americans are expected to spend about ?two and a half? billion dollars on fun sized snickers-- butterfingers and sweet tarts! that breaks down
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person! and here's a look at the trick or treat times for tonight.if you live in south milwaukee.... your trick or treat window is fom 5-30 to 7-30.and in oak creek it's 5 to to 7. city and town of waukesha... also from 5-7 tonight. for a full list.... head to out website today's tmj 4 dot com. up next on live at up next on live at better idea of what's going to be on the ballot.the new feature facebook is offering to get people out to vote. also-- the voice of the packers is here live to give you recap of last night's heartbreaking loss.... and why the packers should get back on the winning track this weekend. but before we head to break lets take a look at some of the great costumes from trick or treaters from around the
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russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the most is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason -- we have a political system working overtime -- for ceos. let's protect social security, make college affordable
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ngold and i approve this message because we need an economy that works for everyone. at daybreak- trick or treat safety-- ann sterling explains the common costume mistakes-- parents make-- and how it could put your kids in danger today.plus: pete zervakis explains what you need to know-- if you plan to cast your vote-- before november 8th.tatiana cash is keeping an eye on your commute... but first, let's start with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter with your ?trick or treating forecast. after a mild saturday with a few showers saturday night, yesterday was chilly with highs in the 40s. this morning
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southerly winds are the issue for your monday and trick or treating this evening with gusts to 30 mph. however, that southerly wind warms us up to near 60 today. it will be a mild evening for the ghosts and goblins with temps in the mid 50s, a brisk breeze to 20 mph, and no rain. tonight remains in the mid 50s with a few clouds, and the wind diminishes to 10-15 mph. temps actually begin to rise into the lower 60s by sunrise. a look at your roads... keeping an eye on the roads this morning traffic is incident free speeds are at or above posted in several areas drive times are delayed in the
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decision 2016... you can still vote early for a few more days before next week's election. pete zervakis is live with what you need to know if you plan vote early this week. towns and cities throughout wisconsin set their own hours and locations for absentee voting. early... check with your local clerk's office about hours this week. but in person absentee voting in communities like waukesha... wauwatosa... racine... and cedarburg... runs through this friday evening. in milwaukee... in-person, absentee voting here at the zeidler building ... midtown center... and the forest home library runs through 5 pm saturday. registered voters can also
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through the mail at myvote.wi.gov... which also has information on how to register... or update your registered voting address... if you need to do so before election day. live...pz... tmj4 know who you want for president but not sure about anything else on the ballot? check facebook. the social media website is now offering information on the issues, local initiatives and candidates on your ballot... it's called vote planner. you can even print off your choices.... so you can take them with you to the voter's booth. charges could be coming this morning against the man suspected of killing a sheriff's deputy in northern wisconsin.police say doug
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night in ladysmith... just north of eau claire. it' happened while galze was responding to a call of a suspicous vehicle.. that's when police say nitek shot glaze while he was sitting in his sqaud car. police arrested nitek sunday morning. deputy glaze.... a 7-year veteran on the force.... spent his last year and a half with the rusk county sheriff's department. happening right now: pope francis has ?just landed in sweden-- for a historic two day trip this week. in a few hours-- the pontiff will join lutheran ad commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the protestant reformation. the protestant reformation-- is the anniversary of monk martin luther's challenge of catholic faith. it might seem odd pope francis would be joining this celebration-- but the vatican says he's using it as a chance to mend ties with christian groups. pope francis will meet with the swedish prime minister-- and royal family today. to y leaders are working ke milwaukee a more bike friendly place through a one
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starts this morning. the two day work shop teaches area planners and engineers... and others about bicycle infrastructure. the goal is to find ways to increase bicycle use as a part of urban transportation. milwaukee is one of only three major cities to host one of these workshops. and calling all self starters... tomorrow kicks off milwaukee's start up week. the entrepreneur-led event brings together big thinkers... investors.. and local leaders. the are 20 different events to check out through sunday. from the candy to the costumes, halloween is a fun-filled time for kids, but it can be dangerous. according to a report-halloween is one of the top three holidays when children go tothe e-r. ann sterling is live in milwaukee-- with important information parents needs to know. according to that report --- children are twice as likely to be hit by a car on halloween night .and experts say the danger starts with their costume -- so parents
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make sure your kids can see through their mask clearly. if not you might want to consider make up or face paint instead. also -- give kids glow in the dark bracelets or necklaces and flashlights -- so drivers can see them.. plus-- decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape that will glow in the beam of a car's headlights. drivers remember to drive below the speed limit during trick or treat hours... and stay off your phone. injuries from falling is also a big problem to help a fall-- wear comfortable shoes and make sure costumes fit snugly and aren't too long. finally parents remember there is safety in numbers. make sure your kids don't snack before you inspect their candy.and remind them never to
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the packers looking ahead to next week... hoping to get a bad taste out their mouth after a heart breaking loss in atlanta. things looking pretty good.... for about the first 3 and half quarters. rodgers racked up nearly 2-hundred-50 yards.... 4 touch downs.... jordy nelson with one of them. but with just about 30 seconds left matt ryansthrows a dart in the back of the endzone to take the lead. the pack loses 33 to 32. we've got the colts coming to lambeau field on sunday. championships dreams are alive and well in the windy city this morning.the cubs will head to the cleveland tomorrow night after pulling out a must win in game five of the world series last night. chicago got some big help from kris bryant, who tallied his first solo jack of the post-season. addison russell also chipped in with an r-b-i single. cubs won 3-2. game six starts at seven tomorrow night
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today's tmj4--breaking the rules.... new video this morning of a school security guard taking measures into his own hands... the punishment he's now facing. then -- shaking italy to the core. the devisitation that has left residents cleaning up after yet another earthquake. and taking a live from wriggly
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for the fourth time in just three months.... residents in italy search for shelther after another earthquake.the magnitude six-point-six quake was centered - again - in the mountains of central italy. experts say it's the stronges more than three decades. luckily... no one died or was seriously hurt.italian authorities expect to help three-thousand more people find shelter. new video this morning shows a school security guard grabbing two middle school students and slamming them to the ground. court documents say the teens disobeyed their teacher and left the classroom. that's when you see the security guard grabbing the teens and throwing them to the floor. the security guard has since
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one day in jail and a year of probation. police in virginia are looking for supects this morning involved in what looks to be an abduction at a walmart store.it was all caught on surveillance video. it shows two men dragging a victim to their car... and shoving him in the trunk. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4locking the doors. the lastest companies closing up shop this thanksgiving. then -- the rollercoaster season for the packers continues. we take a look inside the numbers from the voice of the
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the list continues to grow this morning in the number of stores closing it's doors this thanksgiving. so far, more than 50 major re c have announced they will be closed.... including lowe's, home depot, nordstrom, ikea, marshalls and t-j maxx, staples and sam's club. you will still be able to find deals via retailer websites. happening today. developers will breakground today on a 12- million dollar infrastructure improvement in greenfield. 84south will be a mixed-use development... located along i-894 at 84th street.community leaders hope the development becomes a hot spot for people
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the ground breaking starts at noon. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a mild saturday with a few showers saturday night, yesterday was chilly with highs in the 40s. this morning is partly cloudy and chilly with lows in the 30s. southerly winds are the issue for your monday and trick or treating this evening with gusts to 30 mph. however, that southerly wind warms us up to near 60 today. it will be a mild evening for the mid 50s, a brisk breeze to 20 mph, and no rain. tonight remains in the mid 50s with a few clouds, and the wind diminishes to 10-15 mph. temps actually begin to rise into the lower 60s by sunrise.we start november off on a warm note with highs near 70 under a lot of sun. a cold front brings clouds and showers on wednesday with highs in the upper 50s, but thursday is sunny and pleasant with highs
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weather continues on friday with highs in the lower 60s, and saturday is sunny and 60. now-- let's take a look at
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keeping an eye on the roads this morning traffic incident
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blocking one lane of tgraffic speeds are at or above posted in some areasdrive times are delayed in the typical spots on 894 northbound and 94 eastbound just when we think the packers are out of their slump, they go and lose. what do they have to do before taking on the colts sunday.
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coming up at 7-30 wayne will answer all your packer related questions on green and gold live.. there's plenty to talk about. you can catch him on today's tmj 4's facebook page. 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... budget concerns: how you can tell milwaukee county leaders whether you'd like to pay a 60 dollar wheel tax next year. the event that invites taxpayers to sound off. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
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johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security.
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johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
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for your "four to know" this morning.we start with ann sterling-- she's live in milwaukee this morning-- where residents can sound off about the county budget today. a finance committee has not moved forward with the budget, and there's not a lot of time left.the big issue is the proposed $60 wheel tax on vehicles. it's basically a vehicle registration fee. milwaukee county executive ch inserted the fee into his recommended $1.18 billion spending plan for next year -- to boost declining transit operating funds... plus to pay for major transportation projects, including bus replacements, bridge and road repairs.according to abele, the wheel tax would generate about $27 million in revenue each year to help with the funding. but some drivers in milwaukee county say 60 dollars is too much. the hearing tonight begins at 6 p.m. right here at the marcus center for the performing arts on water st. the finance committee will then review and amend the budget proposal before presidential candidates-- are
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voters. this week-- several surrogates will be stumping for democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton... for the g-o-p side-- donald trump has said he'll stop somewhere in the state to rally voters. his running mate governor mike pence will also be in wisconsin. charges could be coming this morning against the man suspected of killing a sheriff's deputy in northern wisconsin.police say doug nitek shot and killed 33 year old deputy dan glaze saturday night in ladysmith... just north of eau claire. nitek was if you're near cathedral square today... you'll be seeing 150 fresh cut evergreens rolled in on truck beds. "cathedral square park" is being transformed into "community spirit park" ahead of milwaukee's 18th annual holiday lights festival! the holiday lights festival kicks
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good morning. clocks ticking. with just eight days to go until the election, the fbi obtains a warrant to search a reported 650,000 e-mails on a computer 650,000 e-mails on a computer owned by anthony weiner and hillary clinton's top aide, huma abedin. the race thrown into chaos. accusations flying. >> i think that's called the mother lode. >> so no matter what is thrown at us, we need to stay focused on our goal. >> this morning, the fbi under pressure for more clarity with time quickly running out. breaking overnight. suspected gunman in a string of violent crimes in oklahoma is dead. the massive week-long manhunt ending in a high-speed chase and shoot-out with police.

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