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donald trump gets rushed off stage by secret service agents. good evening. an incident in the crowd at a rally in reno, nevada, prompted the secret service to take act action. we're told this all started as trump was in the middle of his speech. some kind of disturbance in the crowd close to the that's when agents whisked trump away. security officials escorted a man out of the venue in handcuffs soon after. trump returned to the podium within minutes. trump had been scheduled to attend a rally in west alice tomorrow. however, that appearance has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. it was supposed to start around the same time as the packers game. trump will instead make a stop in minneapolis. keeping with decision 2016 coverage in wisconsin now,
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campaigned in waukesha county today. he was joined by the biggest republicans at a get out to vote rally in mukwonago. >> the movement is coming together. the party is coming together. wisconsin is coming together. we're going to make donald trump the next president of the united states of america. >> among those on hand, governor scott walker, senator ron johnson, who's in a tight race with russ feingold, and house speaker paul ryan, who last month signalled he would not campaignh for him. ryan is back in wisconsin after having campaigned for republicans in states nationwide trying to preserve the gop majority in congress. as the campaign winds down, we go one-on-one with the house speaker about his party and his future. >> reporter: speaker ryan on the campaign trail with vp candidate mike pence and the rest of the gop wisconsin team. four years ago, it was ryan in
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four years ago? you know how the polls tighten. does it feel like deja vu. ? >> i hope the outcome is different. >> reporter: it's been a different election. he stressed at the rally he's voted for trump. >> republicans, it is time to come home and go out and vote. >> reporter: but it's been a rocky relationship between ryan and trump. the two have not campaigned together. >> he has accused you of not being loyal. >> my job as speaker of our majority. i've been focusing on making sure we keep our large majority. >> reporter: ryan's been helping the republican ticket in other ways. >> the best thing i could have done is what i did, which is offer ideas. we've got a big personality contest. that gets confusing and disspiriting. that's why i tell look at our ideas. >> reporter: ryan says he can work with trump on issues like repealing obamacare and he's not planning on giving up his role as house speaker.
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with president clinton or president trump. as speaker? >> yes. as speaker. i've got a lot of work left to do. >> reporter: he'll be spending the rest of his time in wisconsin between now and election day helping the republican ticket. charles benson, today's tmj4. >> charles will join chuck todd on meet the press daily. they'll be talking about the importance of wisconsin in the election. you can watch that discussion toow >> democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine will be in milwaukee, days after campaigning in appleton and madison. he'll be here at 9:00 a.m. doors open to the public at 8:00. >> hillary clinton spent the day courting voters in miami, where a rally had to be cut short because of a sudden downpour. >> you are a hearty bunch standing out here in the rain.
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all of the wrong things about donald trump, but here's what i want you to remember. i want to be the president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. >> hillary clinton is going prime time on the eve of the election. her campaign says she'll do a two-minute national tv commercial monday night on two networks, including here on her campaign expects the ad to be seen by a combined audience of 20 million people. early voting came to an end in milwaukee today. we found lots of people taking advantage of the perfect weather to get out and cast their ballots. the city set a record for early voting turnout this year. no final numbers yet, but the city estimates there will be around 50,000 early votes cast. today's tmj4 is your home
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election night starting live at 4 this tuesday. >> tonight a grieving mother remembers her son who was one of four people killed in an accident on i-94 in dane county. here's the story you'll only see on tmj4. >> the mother is dealing with a mix of emotions. >> i don't know what i'll d >> martha numb from the pain of losing her son. >> i wish i could wake up. and this not be real. >> he was traveling back to milwaukee from a recruiting trip with an accounting firm. >> they were coming home from lacrosse. >> reporter: hall and three others were struck by a wrong way driver on i-94 near deerfield. wisconsin state patrol says alcohol use is suspected to be a factor in this accident. >> i was furious because him and
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responsible. >> three co-workers lost their lives in that car, including his girlfriend. >> they were like inseparable, together all the time. >> reporter: the couple had been dating for a year, both caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> i know that was going to be the one. >> reporter: this mother is left holding on to the pictures and memories of a professional accountant, star high school football player, a man with many friends and a smile that stole hearts. >> he had so much going for him. now i'll i wanted to so bad. >> reporter: hall wants her son's tragic story to be a reminder to never get behind the wheel. if you've had too much to drink, she's sending prayers to hall's supervisor who is suffering serious injuries. >> so sad. thanks. and another grieving family.
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funds for this young woman who was struck by a school bus. >> at least eight people are relying on help from the red cross after a porch fire in mukwonago damaged several apartments. it happened this morning just about a mile away from the fire station. a neighbor in a nearby building noticed the fire and took action. >> we got woken up at about quarter to 5:00 this morning with banging on the doors and a guy from the apartment across from us yelling that there was a needed to get out. >> thanks to the help of the neighbor, no one was injured. eight apartments were damaged. storm team 4 now. i think we'd be happy if the weather tomorrow is a repeat of today. scott is here to legal us know if that's possible. scott: it's possible. get ready for everybody to be happy, katie. tomorrow should be almost as great as today. today, beautiful blue skies and the continuation of no clouds out there from our downtown
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and certainly no precipitation for hundreds of miles around us, which is amazing. that's your weather word, amazing with an exclamation mark to punctuate a great stretch which continues tomorrow and perhaps into monday. outside right now, inland locations have dipped into the 40s. 45 in waukesha. 51 at milwaukee's mitchell international. notice the winds are calm, which will allow fog to develop as we go through the no significant fogginess right now. if you're heading out on the town tonight, clear and mild with readings dropping through the 40s. i'll let you know the one small chance for rain, which day that occurs, in your storm team forecast coming up. katie: thanks. coming up, the one thing you should do before setting your clocks back tonight. and a look at how milwaukee honored the local men and women
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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? ? ? katie: people lined the streets of downtown milwaukee to honor those who have served our country. the annual veterans day parade featured a thousand vets from all over southeastern wisconsin, including master sergeant john olson, who served for more than two decades. >> i never intended to do 21 years. i planned to do four and get out. i do. there's a sense of pride you get out of this job that i don't think you can find in most other jobs. and i would still recommend that our youth gladly serve in the military. katie: there will be more ceremonies this week. veterans day is friday, november 11th. daylight saving time comes to an end and we return to standard time. we need to set our clock back before we go to sleep. while you're at it, here's important advice.
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the clock, if you have a battery in your smoke detector, change that battery. go around and make sure every one of those smoke detectors are working. push the button. listen to that sound. katie: milwaukee's fire chief says 70 to 80 percent of house fires that cause deaths happen in homes that don't have a working smoke detector. >> we want to cut that down. we want people to be prepared. >> reporter: patty flowers with the red cross of wisconsin wants everyone to know that h available. the red cross and most local fire departments provide smoke detectors for free if you contact them. >> if something does happen to you, you get out and you get out safe. >> reporter: advice on doing your due diligence when it comes to fire prevention and safety does not stop there. >> make sure you have an escape plan. when you leave the house, our kids all know, it's safe on the floor. test doors. more importantly, have a meeting
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>> reporter: and be mindful of what you're doing inside at all times. >> people are being a little careless or heating with improper things. how many of us have left things on the stove. candles burning. go to bed and don't think about it. katie: all good reminders. simple steps that can mean the difference between life and death. you can get smoke detectors with lithium batteries that last 10 years. >> scott is back with our forecast next. powerball numbers: >> here are your winning super
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? ? you hear my voice, you hear that sound ? ? like thunder, gonna shake your ground ? ? you held me down ? ? but i got up ? ? get ready 'cause i've had enough ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? ? roar, oh, oh, oh ?
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? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? oh, louder ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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>> coming up, you're just about 14 minutes away from an all new saturday night live with benedict cumberbatch. a great night if you're stepping outside. beautiful conditions. a continuation of the blue skies earlier today. up above, lots of stars. dry conditions down below. that's the case across southeastern wisconsin. and in your weather headlines, get ready for crystal clear skies overnight. a little patchy fog a possibility. we'lal moment. beautiful blue tomorrow. and toasty temperatures continuing as well. speaking of which, today we actually did it. 70 degrees, which was reached late in the day officially at mitchell international. now we have dipped to 51. so 70 in november. incredible. 45 in waukesha. 43 in west bend. the 70 degree high not enough to make it to the record.
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chillier than we were yesterday at this time, which is interesting because during the day, most of the day we were five to 10 degrees warmer than we were yesterday. tomorrow i think we'll be cooler, though, again compared to today. but not bad. winds out there calm, not much of a factor. notice we are not alone in enjoying this off to the west. the twin cities flirting with 60 right now. 58 in fargo. 59 right now in sioux falls. 56 in omaha november in wichita, kansas. satellite and radar combination shows a whole lot of nothing going on for hundreds, actually thousands of miles around us from the great lakes west into the dakotas. high pressure dominating our conditions at the surface, providing that gentle southwesterly breeze during the days. a dry stable air mass means no precipitation to speak of and no clouds out there.
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that means no rain. your storm team forecast tonight, expect mainly clear skies, mild conditions, possibly fog developing, patchy inland during the overnight towards the wee hours of the morning. 44. tomorrow, it will be a nice day. burn off the morning fog and plenty of sun, up to near 68. here comes the seven-day forecast. quick reminder, set your clocks back before you go to sleep tonight. and lots of sunshine returning on monday. still above average, near 61 o into the 50s on tuesday. best chance of rain over the next seven days will come our way monday night into tuesday election day. even that looks to be pretty dry. the rain out of the way early tuesday. and a dry week ahead. special note, truly honored to be with everyone, a full house, for the big brothers big sisters gala. a lot of great people and a lot of money raised for a great cause. northwestern's president
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a spectacular night with tons of money raised for an absolutely amazing cause. big brothers, big sisters. katie: awesome. thanks. just ahead, what did the badgers do at northwestern today for the first time since 1999?
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what greases the gears in washington? money. n fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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>> welcome back. the bucks were at home looking to push their winning streak to three, hosting the sacramento kings. the story was the hot tuning he hit his first five triples of the game. he had 16 points in the first half. this put them up 40 to 27. bucks coming up on the break. leading the way. check out this. it's going to parker who slams it home. bucks up 13 at the break. 61-48. second half. they blow by everyone for the nasty dunk. he had 17 points. bucks on a roll.
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triple of the game. he led with 22 points. the bucks led by 31. they win easy tonight 117 to 91. >> the wisconsin badgers got their third straight win of the season when they beat northwestern today in evanston, a place they haven't won since 1999. they were flying a w for the cubs fans. they win the world series. in the 2nd quarter, the badgers up peevy cuts back there. going to pick up some nice blocks right there. how about a 46-yard touchdown? badgers up 10-nothing. same quarter. wildcats would get on the board with this austin carr 13 yard touchdown catch. badgers up 10-7 at the half. second half. badgers bring the defense in a big way. there's the stripped sack of the quarterback. they fight for as many yards as
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badgers are in business. that sets up the short touchdown run. he had 106 yards on 32 carries. the badgers win 21-7. here's paul chris. >> what i love about our defense, obviously we're well coached. the guys like playing. they step up in the moments and they're huge on the sack fumble and they're getting off the field on 3 it's a group that likes playing. they're fun to watch. we appreciate and need every bit of their effort. >> the whitewater war hawks were looking to stay unbeaten. they had to go into overtime. the quarterback takes this one in for a touchdown, putting them up. the quarterback fumbled the ball. whitewater recovers it and hangs
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win. we move on to college hoops. marquette was hosting rock hurst in exhibition play. after the hawks scored the first basketball, the eagles went on a 23 to nothing run. marquette was up 23-2. johnson gets to the rack. the golden eagles 29-8. they go inside. marquette up 53-19 at the break. marquette wins big 106 to 53. >> we head to the tracks for the running of the o'riley auto parts challenge in fort worth, texas. kyle larson led for 30 laps. he takes the checkered flag for
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we're not done. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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>> the chicago cubs won their first world series in 108 years. let the celebrations begin in shot town. >> this is going to be a tough play.
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? ? ? >> oh, my god! ? ? ? >> there was a lot of people and fans all over pulling for that team. >> what a ride. katie: some of the cubs will good evening, and welcome to a special edition of "out front." i'm erin burnett.

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