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highs in the lower 80s before the scattered t'showers moved in during the afternoon with the cold front. the showers moved out quickly, and this morning was partly cloudy with low humidity and upper 50 to mid 60s. today is beautiful with much lower humidity, a brisk ne breeze and highs only in the mid 70s, with a lot of sunshine. tonight is clear and more news nowa major
prominent public face of isis may have been killed in an airstrike near aleppo. richard engel reports. he's one of the world's most wanted terrorists. with many titles: an isis recruiter. spokesman. second in command: syrian-born abu mohammed al-adnani.but he's best known for his calls for lone wolf attacks in the west, an appeal many analysts say is directly linked to the spe in isis- inspired terrorist attacks turkey, across europe -- even orlando nightclub massacre.in a statement the pentagon called al-adnani "the principle architect of isil's external operations." adding that his "removal from the battlefield would mark another significant blow to isil."but his dead? isis's media arm says he is, that he was killed while "supervising operations against aleppo." us military officials confirm al-officials
five-million american dollar bounty on him - was targeted in an airstrike near aleppo yesterday. but us officials are not confirming killed.isis could certainly replace al- adnani, it has a fairly deep bench.but losing such a key figure, the public voice of the group, would be a set-back at the very least.richard engel, nbc news, istanbul. a small but growing number of restaurants are doing away with tipping... that has long been the norm in the u-s.it's an effort to even the pay among restaurant staff and a means to cope with rising minimum wages and other industry changes. some restaurant owners say tipping is a flawed system.but restaurants that have eliminated the practice have seen mixed results -- and some ended up abandoning the experiment. chipolte continues to try and win back customers following the fallout from an e. coli outbreak.during september they're offering two promotions.every sunday in september, chipotle customers can receive a free kids' meal with the purchase of an entree.
school i-d a free drink with the purchase of an entree. the push to get a 15-dollar per hour minimum wage in new jersey gets a ?no.?governor chris christie vetoed the bill that called for that pay hike. the republican leader says raising pay rates to 15-bucks per hour would hurt the state's economy. "all this sounds great, raising the minimum wage, when you're spending somebody else's money. that's why the democrats will put this on the ballot next year now that i've vetoed it." right now only two states.. california and new york... have passed measures moving toward the 15-dollar per hour mimimum wage. decision 2016 coverage nowa new marquette law school poll is out this afternoon -- the results are just coming in on
marshfield clinic will borrow about one billion dollars to upgrade its medical facilities in central and northern wisconsin.it plans to spend about 800 million dollars to purchase and renovate the marshfield hospital and expand health care facilities in stevens point, eau claire, menomonie, wausau and other locations.
m-card at mitchell international airport.a new kiosk has been set up in the baggage claim area.riders can buy a card pre-loaded with five or ten dollars in stored cash value-- or buy a one-day or seven-day pass.the m-card kiosk accepts visa, mastercard and discover. big recognition for the wisconin d-o-t and the hoan bridge.the hoan bridge construction beat out 84 other projects for "best use of innovation" by crews using various technical and material designs. and in just one week, the american associaiton transporation will annouce the ten finalists for its national competition. "if we're fortunate enough to make the cut, we'll be going up against projects, more than likely, against california, florida, new york. alot more populastates" for more information on the competition.. visit our website at t-m-j-4 dot com still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and -- heart health. the popular diet that could be a big help for people
runarrator: listen to senatorold ajohnson on student loans:. ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but
he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
taking a look at the market right now...dow:nasdaq:s and p: for your for your healthany unborn baby exposed to the zika virus should have their hearing tested after birth. the centers for disease control and prevention made the recommendation tuesday. it brazilian infants... born with both microcephaly and lab- confirmed evidence of zika infection.by the end of the study, four of the babies had permanent hearing loss -- which cannot be corrected. when it comes to weight loss procedures, gastric bypass appears to have longer lasting results.researchers compared the medical records of veterans who had undergone weight loss surgery to those who did not have surgery.one year later, the gastric bypass patients had a nearly 30 percent greater weight loss. experts say the results show
can significantly improve patients' health. younger heart attack survivors are living longer than they used to ... but they still face an increased risk of early death.a new study finds heart attack survivors 50 and younger were still twice as likely to die within a year as compared to the general population.the deaths were largely due to heart disease and smoking ... worried about your heart health?a new study says a particular diet that has shown promise in other areas could be worth checking out.mary moloney takes a look. the residents of the greek islands could be on to something...more good news related the mediterranean diet...a new study says it could be a huge help for people with heart problems. according to the observational report presented before the european society of cardiology --people with a history of cardiovascular disease who stuck with the diet had a 37% lower risk of death than those who didn't.the mediterranean diet is one that is heavy on fish, fruit, veggies and other healthy stuff.the food is typically prepared in olive
meat...processed foods...and sugar are a no go!still -- it presents people with a lot of options -- making it a favorite for the medical community.earlier studies have shown those who follow the mediterranean diet have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke.it may lower the risk of cancer, improve bone health...and help you live longer in general.for today's health minute, i'm mary moloney. here's a live look outside at... meteorologist brian gotter is back with the storm team
russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. gi 2: yep! russ feingold: we, raed my two girl rire, so
do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make le than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold