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tv   Todays TMJ4 News Live at 430  NBC  November 1, 2016 4:30pm-5:00pm CDT

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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 for families and fix a tax system that rewards companies for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy now at 4:30 - it's feeling more like the start of september than the start of november today.70's and sunny. some might have even said it felt like a summer day and not
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meteorologist scott steele joins us live from storm chaser with more on this
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this is not a normal november day in southeast wisconsin. above normal - yes -- by more than 20 degrees.whetting many an appetite for warm weather. running outside, just a shirt on, happy with that.absolutely. summer-like conditions -- enough to inspire a corporate exercise class to venture outside -- again -- perhaps for the final time before
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normally we're inside by the middle of october at the latest. so this is working out great. we'll take it though. but before we strike up the band and celebration it's worth noting even some of the folks embracing today's temperature can't wait for the cold. i think it's very unusual. i'd rather be sledding or getting ready for winter sports to be honest with you. it's been warm enough, long enough for me. really! you want cold?yes, i do. i'm also an outdoorsman so i want to go bow hunting in
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hopefully you got a chance to get outside today because that could be the last time we have 70's for awhile.meteorologist jesse ritka joins us with what we can expect looking ahead. while we may not have hit our record high of 77 degrees in milwaukee, 70s to start out november certainly isn't bad. hopefully you got to enjoy some of the day as a cold front will drape across the area on wednesday and rounds of rain in addition to the return the 50s. milwaukee police are still
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man at a south side jewlery store.investigators have released more surveillance photos of the suspect at corona jewelry near 7th and greenfield.they've also identified the victim as 57-year-old leopoldo vela, the husband of the store owner.if you recognized the suspect in the photos, call police. a local organization expands into milwaukee's northwest side... hoping to make the area a safer place to live.the safe & sound organization along side with milwaukee police department district four.the announcement was made at the silver spring neighborhood center.they'll work to network with businesses and people living in the area to improve neighborhood safety. high fashion took to the runway this afternoon in milwaukee to raise money to fight childhood cancer.women for macc teamed up with boston store to put on the 34th annual couture for a cure at the hyatt regency.along with the fashion show... there was also a silent auction, a wine
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tmj4's carole meekins and george mallet emceed the event. controversy behind milwaukee's proposed wheel tax.. coming up new on live at 6. the fee would help fix the budget crisis facing the parks department.. but the i-team found some expenses, some see as questionable.. tongiht. how they're spending your hard earned money.. that's new on live at 6. if your kids picked up more candy then you hand hoped or you didn't hand out what you expected to... all is not lost you can actually geid paying a dollar for every ten pounds of candy.they're also giving out good bags filled with toothbrushes, stickers and free kids meals.that's from now until six tonight.and dental professionals in germantown is paying a dollar per pound from now until seven.
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it's not taking long for the city of milwaukee to start looking ahead to christmas. tomorrow d-p-w crews are cutting down the annual christmas tree and putting in up in front of city hall.this means there's going to be some traffic delays.east wells between water and broadway will be closed from 7 a-m until noon.those who need to get into the bmo harris parking structure will still be able to. today we energies customers can get their hands on the popular 20-16 cookie's available for download for all we posted the link at tmj4 dot com slash links.and for those of you that rather have a physical copy of the cookie, you can head to miller park on saturday.they're handing them out from 9 a-m until 1 p-m. there will also be free cookies and hot cocoa. still ahead on live at 4-30... the social media app that researchers say can help you to live longer.also ahead...
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keeping your kids up at night by just being in the bedroom
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger 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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if you're kids are having trouble falling asleep at night... you may want to take away their smartphone or tablet.a study found a consistent link between the use of devices at bedtime and less sleep time, poor sleep quality and daytim and get this... it was true for kids that weren't even using the device, but sitll had it in their room. if you want to live longer... stay on facebook.researchers looked at 12-million facebook users and they were 12-percent less likely to die.people who had larger social networks, posted the most photos and accepted the most facebook friendships lived the longest.
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important to be social in person ... as well as online. starbucks maniacs are freaking out -- over the company's new green cups.the cups feature a design with one continuous stroke connecting more than 100 people on the cup.but people on social media are up in arms -- thinking this will replace the company's traditional ?red? holiday cups. starbucks sahe are for a limited time only -- while supplies last.they were created to be a symbol of unity, celebrate community, and encourage us to be good to each other.the red cups are rumored to debut on november 10th. coming up next...the fast food chain handing out free tacos tomorrow and the reason behind it.but first, here's a live
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meteorologist jesse ritka is back with the latest on our forecast, next. 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 for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street,
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rainfall will range between a quarter and two-thirds of an inch and with the extra moisture there may be some patchy fog through the day. high pressure slides in on thursday to us with the sunshine making an appearance again, but a northerly wind will still keep temperatures in the 50s. this area of high pressure is slow moving and that bodes well for those who likie sunshine and
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even if you're not cheering for the cleveland indians to win the world series... here's something you can cheer about. thanks to the di francisco lindor stealing a base in game one of the world series, taco bell is handing out free doritos locos tacos was part of their steal a base, steal a taco don't have to buy anything to get the free taco, but it's only while supplies last. former bucks star and the n-b-a's all-time leader in three-pointers is hanging up his sneakers for good.ray
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tribune dot com.allen played his first even season for the bucks before being traded to the seattle supersonics in 2003.while he hasn't played since the 2013-14 season, there was talk he might back one more go of it, but the 41-year-old says he is "completely at peace with himself." while you probably saw a number of donald trump costumes this halloween, the web is blowing up over on kid's take on the presidential went as trump's famous hair-do. he used grass skirts, an umbrella and made a giant "make america great again" cap to pull off the costume. check out this pick nasa released... it show active regions of the sun.doesn't it
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earlier in october, but nasa decided to release it now in the halloween. still ahead...the unexpected guest from a couple of late night swimmers that had the hoping out the pool as quick as one texas golf course is doing for customers who want to take out their frustration on the
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beyond wisconsin...a couple's late night swim nearly ended in disaster when a crocodile joined them in a pool at an african resort.they were in the pool, unaware of the croc
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the man jumps out of the people before coming back to help her out.the woman appears to have suffered several bites but was not seriously injured. and you're taking a live look at progressive field in cleveland where the world series could end tonight.the indians hosting the chicago cubs in game six.cleveland leads the series three games to two... a win will grant them their first world series title since 19-48. an east texas driving range is offering relief to stressed out voters who are tired of all the politics. they've taken to large bales of hayes
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for the golfers.the owner says he's had a positive reaction to it, and hopes some people just come and enjoy the comic relief. break) ty is 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. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
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thanks for joining us at 4-30. the news continues with live at next. a nursing home worker arrested, accused of sexually assaulting a patient. the position he held before working at the nursing home, may be even more concerning. live at 5 starts now. right now at five: a former kenosha sheriff's captain whose 73 years old--faces harges of sexual assaulting a woman at his wife's care facility. according to the criminal complaint the victim says it's been going on for years. ben jordan is live in pleasant prairie with reaction from neighbors and former coworkers. neighbors of clarence mielke
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couple here was very friendly and never saw any red flags. just yesterday a sign on this light post used read carey manor. now it says 'no trespassing.' "it makes you feel sick to your stomach. it makes you scared." lynda zettler now looking at their neighbor in a different light after this criminal complaint. pleasant prairie police say nursing aids came forward after allegedly witnessing mielke sexually assault a 50 year huntington's disease on two occasions in mid-september. in an interview with police - she "stated that this conduct was going on for years" later saying "she stated that skip told her to keep it a secret." skip, mielke's nickname, had been a sheriff's captain for kenosha county. "it's something that i'm glad is addressed." sheriff david beth worked with mielke for more than a decade. "all my dealings with him were very professional." mielke was with the department for 29 years
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in 2000 a man with a career of protecting the law now finds himself on the other aisle. "i'm telling you if it would have been my mom or my dad i would have been highly upset. there would have been consequences." mielke faces two counts of second degree sexual assault, and another two counts of sexual assault by employee or entity because he is a non-client resident of the facility. he is set to appear in court on thursday. live in pleasant prairie, ben the family of a man shot dead by a wauwatosa police officer puts the city on notice: they plan to sue. they have been waiting since june for the district attorney to decide whether officer will be charged. julia fello is live from wauwatosa's village hall to explain why the family filed the papers now. theyre required by law to give the city a heads upor they may not be able to sue in


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