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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the brian gotter. yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the lakefront stayed in the 70s thanks to a light se breeze. scattered t'showers developed overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. that rain will be out of here before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and
up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows near 70, and patchy fog. happening now, milwau police are looking for the driver of a fatal hit and run. a 28 year old woman was hit and killed as she tried to cross west fond du lac avenue at 23rd street on the city's north side. it happened last night at around 7. police were able to find the vehicle several blocks away but are still looking for sherman park will again reopen this morning at six o'clock after being closed for a second straight night.things were calm overnight following a weekend filled with violence.
man by a milwaukee police officer sparked protests throughout the sherman park neighborhood. the american civil liberties union of wisconsin is pushing investigators to release the body-camera video from the deadly shooting of sylville smith. city leaders have said the officer's body camera clearly showed smith pointing a handgun toward the officer when and this morning, federal investigators are offering a reward of up to 10 thousand dollars.they want information that leads to the arrest of the people who destroyed businesses in neighborhood. eight businesses were damaged during protests following the shooting.losses are estimated to exceed millions of people living in the sherman park neighborhood say despite the violent weekend, they are proud to live in such a diverse area. of the 35-thousand people that live there.. 80-percent are black, 12-percent are white and seven percent are hispanic or another race. 0471 17:31:49 "it's obviously important to us as a religious community and community of faith to be accepted and to be
there are there are also more than 60 religious organizations, including a historic synagogue in sherman park. donald trump talked about the weekend violence in milwaukee during a campaign stop in west bend. he tried to make a strong argument that he would be a pro-police president, suggesting there is no compassion in tolerating lawless conduct. to live in peace. the violence riots and destruction thate milwaukee is an assault on the right of all citizens to live in security, to live in peace. trump also appealed to african american voters, saying the democratic party has failed that community. a recent nbc poll shows trump has just one percent of the black vote. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is denying rumors circulating on the internet that her health
statement condemning donald trump for pushing quote "deranged conspiracy theories." her doctor also released a statment reiterating the nominee is in good several ex-convicts are working to rebuild abandoned homes in the sherman park area. they developed trade skills at northcott negihborhood house, and are now putting their knowledge to work. they say they don't just want to clean up properties, but also reach out to young people who are lashing out, like they once did. poli hosting a community night out event tonight.the goal is to improve relations between the public and law enforcement.it runs from 5:30 to nine at the south milwaukee police department.a fireworks show will follow the a former south milwaukee school teacher accused of selling drugs is set to appear in court today.tracy wendt and her husband james are facing a number of charges including possession with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia.tracy faces an additonal charge of witness
a sheboygan falls woman accused of killing her own child is also due back in court today.according to a criminal complaint.. katlyn kinateder told police she suffocated her two-year-old son dexter.kinateder faces charges of first degree intentional homicde and an additional charge for trying to hide her son's body. the blood center of wisconsin is hosting the 15th annual "big league blood drive" at miller park the next two days. each donor will receive two free ticket vouchers to an upco game.the blood drive will be held on the ballpark's club level.if you plan on donating you should enter at the t-g-i friday's hot corner entrance. parking is free. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- up and running. the activity open on the world trade center site... that hasn't been for more than a decade. then... stop the ride. a little girl still recovering after falling from a ferris wheel. what her parents say they did momements before the tragedy happened. and taking a live look
an isolated late afternoon and early evening t'shower popping up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows near 70, and patchy fog. a brush california continues to spread.. forcing more than 80- thousand people to evacuate. the fire has burned more than 23-square miles.dozens of structures.. many of them homes.. have burned to the ground.high temperatures and winds are making it difficult for firefighters to battle. the number of those killed by flooding in louisiana now stands at eleven.rain continues to fall in parts of the state and overnight curfews have been put in place.
expected to crest at 11- and-a-half feet by tomorrow an 11-year-old mississippi boy is undergoing psychiatric evaluation today after allegedly shooting and killing his nine-year-old brother. sheriff deputies says the boys were home alone at the time of the shooting.the 11-year-old boy has not yet been charged. his brother suffered gun shot wounds to the head and arm. police in brookfield, missouri are turning to modern technology to help them find possible human remains. authorities are using ground- search.officers say they begain their investigation into the unreported body on saturday. everyone is expected to be ok after receiving an electric shock from an amusement ride. six people had to be taken to the hospital after riding "the scrambler" at ocean beach park in connecticut.one boy suffered minor burns to his hands.all the electrical rides have been shut off until authorities can determine what caused the accident. a tennessee family is now talking about the ferris wheel
daughter with a traumatic brain injury.six-year-old briley is the youngest of the three girls that were thrown from the ferris wheel last week.her mom says she's barely able to talk and believes this could have been prevented. "when he pushed go, we took off running and we're yelling stop stop stop. and he just looked at us and pushed the button anyway. watched them tumble out, just one by one." the company that runs the ferris wheel has been under investigation before.it's unclear how long briley will be in the hospital. for the first time in nearly 15 years.. shopping is once again part of new york's world trade center.the westfield world trade center mall opened it's doors yesterday.sixty shops and restaurants are already opened and mall officials say more than 100 stores should be open in time for the holiday shopping season. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- ted's take. the packers g-m talks about his two stars... getting heat from the n-f-l. what he says the team will do about julius
for the one minute drill, i'm lance allan. for the first time, packers g-m ted thompson report that claims clay matthews and julius peppers took performance enhancing drugs. the nfl wants both packers defenders to cooperate with their investigation by thursday, august 25th...or be suspended.((ted thompson says it's kind of simple as pie...we're going to support our players. we've always supported our players.and we will continue to support our players. this is no different in this case.))it's a full moon for a doubleheader in chicago, not good as the
knee, he leaves after two batters.and ryan braun jams his left knee into the wall, and leaves in the fourth. javier baez with a 2 run homer, and the cubs win 4-1. the brewers die by paper cuts in game one. the brewers offense couldn't solve five chicago pitchers, only putting up 3 hits. cubs win 4-nothing and later today you'll hear from waukesha triathlete gwen jorgensen, as we catch up with the gold medal favorite in rio. for the one minute drill, i'm packers extra.. the gold are set to play their second preseason game tomorrow in green bay.kickoff against the oakland raiders is scheduled for seven o'clock. you can watch the game on w- m-l-w.the packers start the regular season on september 11th against the jacksonville jaguars. if you plan on heading to the game tomorrow... you may want to leave a little early. starting this year.. all fans will have to pass through a metal detector before entering lambeau field.it's all part of the n-f-l's updated security measures to keep fans safe while they're at the game. schools in missouri are using
in the event of an active shooter situation.the device is called "guardian angel".. and it connects from a base to the door of a room... helping keep the door closed.it uses levers, a clip and a wire that can withstand seven-thousand pounds of force.school officials say the device takes just over ten seconds to deploy. power is back on j-f-k airport's terminal eight after an outage caused escaltors and elevators to stop working.it also affected baggage screening.the outage happ put on lockdown sunday night amid reports of gunshots. google is joining the video calling community..the company has released "google duo".. which is a free one-on-one video calling app.think of it as apple's facetime.. but it's universal across both android and i-phone platforms.duo has a "knock, knock" feature which allows those receiving the call a peek at who's calling
automaker ford says it plans to deploy a fully automatic, self-driving car by 20-21.the company is currently testing around a dozen models on the road.ford's goal is to introduce cars with no steering wheels or pedals. other automakers around the world are targeting a similar delivery a new state-by-state study shows the impact of mileage on the cost of your car insurance. an auto police holder who drives 15-thousand miles a year pays a national average of nearly nine-percent more only drive five-thousand miles. wisconsin drivers paid just over five-and-a-half percent
yesterday was partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the lower 80s, while the lakefront stayed in the 70s thanks to a light se breeze. scattered t'showers developed overnight with lows in the upper 60s and high humidity. thatn before 9am, then today is partly cloudy, warm and humid with highs in the mid 80s and an isolated late afternoon and early evening t'shower popping up. tonight is partly cloudy, warm and humid with lows near
is sunny and very humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s, even in green bay for tailgating. at kickoff, temps will be in the lower 80s, and then drop into the 70s by the end of the me an isolated chance for a shower during the game. friday is sunny, hazy, hot and humid with highs near 90. isolated t'storms develop late friday afternoon and evening, and
with highs in the upper 70s ahead of the next cold front. sunday is partly cloudy with a few showers and much cooler weather with highs in the low to mid 70s, low humidity. slick and slippery roads are drying out this morning, incident free, quietspeeds are at or above posted this morning several overnight closures are reopening in the next 10 to 20 minutes dot urges you to give an extra 5 to 10 minutes more on the roads and take your time to avoid any incidents drive
health officials in hawaii now know what caused nearly 170 people to get hepatitis-a.they say frozen scallops from the phillipines are to blame for the outbreak.eleven restaurants have been shut down and ordered to throw away all their food as a result. "this lady who was just coming around saying it will be the last call, just finish up your food, order up, we're clos down early. that's about it didn't think much of it."the distributor was about to ship another container of scallops to hawaii.. but health inspectors were able to stop that from new numbers out this morning show the number of stroller- related injuries over the last two decades.there were more than 350-thousand kids treated for injuries from 1990 to 20- 10.experts say it's important to make sure your child is buckled in and fitted properly
heart doctors across the country are using a new kind of stent to unblock clogged arteries.unlike older stents.. these dissolve completely inside the body.doctors in arizona were among the first to use the new stents.they say the benefit comes several years after surgery. "three to five years down the road, you are going to free the vessel of this permanent cage, and the vessel can actually grow and it can dilate and constrict in response to activities...." the u-s are treated with stents each up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- cover story. the olmpians gracing the front of the next sports illustrated. also ahead... lochte's locks. olympic swimmer ryan lochte reveals what turned his hair crazy white... ...and when he'll be back to darker shades. your olympics update is next. here's a live look from rio de
taking a live look outside.. we're almost halfway through the final week of the summer olympics on today's t-m-j- here's a look at what to watch for on day 12.u-s men's basketball hits the court today against argentina.after last night's loss.. kerri walsh jennings and april ross will compete for bronze against brazil in beach volleyball.women's track and field will also be going for gold later today.
cover of this week's sports illustrated.the magazine released this image which shows swimmers michael phelps, katie ledecky and gymnast simone biles.this is the 11th time phelps has made the cover and the second time for both ledecky and biles. swimmer ryan lochte is taking to twitter to update fans on his hair.chlorine from one of the pools that turned green also made lochte's hair change color.lochte sent the tweet last night saying "my tomorrow" followed by a high-five emoji. there are 25 athletes from wisconsin who are competing at the olympics.former u-w track and field athlete evan jager will compete in the three- thousand meter steeplechase finals later today.east troy native annie haeger will compete in the medal race of the women's 470 sailing.and former marquette basketball player jimmy butler will play
argentina in the quarterfinals. more olympics coverage still ahead on live at daybreak this morning. including... big meeting. the star gold medal gymnast simone biles finally caught up with... and the new name she'd like to be called. also ahead... threats of violence. the social media campaign to "out" the cop at the center of the sherman park shooting... and why police have still not identified the officer.
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now at 5:00... hit and run. the crash that claimed the life of a woman just crossing the street... ...and who police are still looking for this morning. plus... reward money. the information federal officials are willing the pay for... ...as they try to find the people directly responsible for torching business during saturday's let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday was partly cloudy,