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on the accident. the brown deer police officer charged with ng ashootiman earlier this year was back in court day. officer devon kraemer "waived" her right to a prelimiary hearing. that means her case will go to trial. she'll be back in court later this month. that's when she will formally hear the charges against her. kraemer is asscused of shooting a man who was being handcuffed on the ground. that man survived the shooting. decision 2016 coverage now. the election is five days away. thousands of people in lw ben jordan is live with the latest numbers on the early turn-out. as of yesterday 38-thousand people have shown up at early voting sites to cast their ballots. that's already up a couple thousand from 2012. the city says the big difference this year is having more options. this year there are three early voting sites. the midtown center on the north side, has drawn about half of the in-person early
municipal building in downtown and the forest home library on the soside. mayor tom barrett says the city elections committee estimates around 50,000 in-person absentee votes by the end of satu. "we always felt that if we had more locations and more urs that more people would want to vote early and the reas they want to vote early is because they have daycare schedules, they have work schedules or they're going to be leaving town." a hot topic after recent cots if many people are changing their votes after they've already cast a ballot. the answer is fewer than a dozen in the city of milwaukee. live in downtown, ben jordan, today's tmj4. once again, milwaukee has three in person early voting locations. they're open 8:30 to 7 pm weekdays, and noon to five saturday. the locatioins are the zeidler municipal building downtown, the midtown center at 56th and
library, at 1432 west forest home. in-person, early voting in milwaukee ends this saturday, november 5th. chelsea clinton urged people to get out and vote early. she spoke house this morning at the anodyne coffee roasting company in walker's point. tell people its easy to vote here a its not easy everywhere. so thank you for early voting and thank you for talking to 5 people from now until tuesday. there. vice-president joe biden will campaign for clinton in wisconsin tomorrow. biden has a "get our thevote" rally scheduled in madison. the trump campaign tells us trump will come to wisconsin at least one more time before the election. no other details were announced. donald trump's son eric is in wisconsin campaigning for his father. eric trump made a series of stops in the western part of thstate.senator ron johnson made a couple of appearances with trump's son.
today. he descrid what he thinks would happen if clinton wins the election."if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional operations of our government, she will like be under investigation for many years and also it will probably end up in my opinion in a criminal trial. i mean you take a look, who knows but it certainly looks that way certainly being spoken of." hillary clinton is in north carolina. clinton talked about the chicago cubs winning the world series last ght. and change history on uesday.? " last night was very special on a couple of fronts. and who knows. maybwe'll see even more history made in a few days. you know, the last time the cubs wwomen couldn't
preside obama also added some historical perspective."i was watching something on television and they explained the last time the cubs had won, thomas edison was alive and they hadn't invented sliced bread, yet. so, you know the expression 'this is the greatest thing since sliced bread?' this is actually, for cubs fans, the greatest thing e the chicago cubs on an amazing season." right after the game the president sent out a tweet, reading " that's change even this south sider can believe in. want to come to the white house before i leave?" make today's tmj4 your home for complete coverage election night. decision 2016 coverage begins on live at four on tuesday. a more than century- long exercise in futility ended for the chicago cubs last night.
more on the historic end to the cubbies curse.next on live at five: what the students are doing to build inspiration in the classroom. mother nature is delivering a beautiful thsday with sunshine and 60s despite a northwesterly wind! tonight will be a bit cooler than what we've gotten used to thanks to clear skies allowing our temperatures to drop into the 30s inland but lows will still be above 40 degrees near lake michigan. an economy rigged for the wealthy.
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the local demand for engineering and construction workers continues to grow...as brian niznansky reports, one of downtown's biggest projects is sparking a lot of student interest. while the bucks are trying to 'own the future' on the court..these students at north division high school are trying to engineer the future
when finished, will be over 700-thousand uare feet. the replicas built toy are much smaller ...but constructed by many great young minds.. "t be able to see hands on how things go together and be able to apply that to the real world because that's what we do in modeling and thats why we use models"stem stands for science, technology, engineering and math. prism technical hopes tos event will motivate and inspire these students to eventually pursue a stem career in high demand. "people nd the employees that they're looking for. companies are seaking ople and if our student's are prepared for that, they're going to have a em" each of th150 m-p-s ad students built their own arena model, had fun and just maybe sparked something much more down the rd "it helps you think about what you want to be in college and give you inspiration on what you want to do in life" (( "it's pretty nice actually. i really like it. i enjoy doing it, especially when i could do it with my friends." now every
today's engineering the future gets to take home there own replica of the bucks arena, i better be careful with that and also a goodie bag that includes tickets to an upcoming game. in milwaukee ...brian niznansky today's tmj4 milwaukee mayor tom barret and lieutenaoverner rebecca kleefisch made atop at today's event. the student's were also treated to a performance by the milwaukee bucks rim rockers. milwaukee for more than a million dollars.. shanno n ms is in the newsroom with a story w at six. thanks george and carole.not only is he acced of skipping out of ping property taxes, but s alhiged scam put tenants in danger. night. how it nearly landed an innocent woman in jail.. that's coming up new on live at 6. we have late spngweather in early fall. this is a live look through the lense of our
autumn? john malan's focast is next. putting a wife to work is very dangerouthing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. and everyo's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. yi'd look her right in that fatg ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
how many more warm days like this will we have? john malan word used to describe november afternoons. tonight will be a bit cooler than what we've gotten used to thanks to clear skies allowing our the 30s inland but lows will still be above 40 degrees near lake michigan. due to the damp ground and the expected cooler air there is the chance for some fog to form overnight with the lack of wind.friday will be a near repeat forecast
near 60 degrees and a light wind eventually from the eps hwest. high pressure in this wonderful wer pattern throughout the weekend as well. low 60s, light winds and blue skies contie for saturday and sunday so schedule your golf tee times anplayground ay-dates w!no high pressure slowly slides east on mo will be a few degrees cooler but again it will be mostly sunny and quiet. tuesday is the next best chance to see showers as a cold front swings through southeastern wisconsin to bring 50s back for the rest
as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a vouchogrr pr pen russ. russ: i've heard from falies in need of gooying js. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: e bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
the bucks host the pacers tonight at the bmo harris bradley center. rookie malcolm brogdon is playing some solid ball.but one of the more difficult things he'done, is getting a compliment from ste native tony bennet his college coach at virginia. ((malcolm brogdon says he thinks i'm playing really well...we've talked a little bit. he sends me encouraging texts every once in awhile but
as much as he can in termof talking to me and encourement.lance allan asks you know that's a pretty good seal of approval if he's saying good tngs?malcolm brodgon says absolute. he's, it's hard to get a compliment out of coach bennett so it's definitely a good thing, but he's always encouraging me.)) no slam dekker here. sam dekker is the early candidate for nba blooper of the year. on a breakaway dunk, doh! he falls down. and that's not even the how the ball goes off his face! the pride of sheboygan anbadgers basketball star can laugh it off, since he missed basically all of last year and had back surgery so at least he's playing for the rocks! more than a century, 108 years futility washed away as the cubs won an epic world series against cleveland.now, no more talk of goats, curses and steve bartman. ((joe maddon says "tradition is worth being upheld, but
not. so it's really great for our entire 'cub-dom' to get beyond that moment and continue to move
forward because now, based on the young players we have in this organization, we have an opportunity to be good for a long time.)) and as the packers get ready for the colts on sunday, it's good to see mike mccarthy retain some level of humor. maybe it's because if you don't laugh, you'd cry about all the injuries...but the head coach was asked how he passed the time, at the trading deadline this ((mike mccarthy says didn't know that, is it, i thought it was next week? no? that's what it's like, so (laughter)) we reveal our latest frenzy team of the week, with an incredible highlight to take
this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump
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and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of h es, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's ing like "i don't remember!? the winning ticket to last night's 90-thousand-dollar "badger five" drawing was goes back to ten-thousand- dollars. coming up on "the now milwaukee" at 6:30:training the next generation of voters in adult responsibility- including ving their voice heard.meet some kids ready and practid to hit the polls-- in 2024. "superstore" is at 7."the good place" is at 7:30. then it's "chicago med," "the blacklist"
tonight, nbc news clusive, inside the government's massive separation to protect election day from a cyber attack. what we've learned about the threat, the risk, and the response, and those trying to sew confusion and rare appearance. five days to go, melania trump hits the trail for her husband, pushing his softe side. and what she said about her role as first lady is raising eyebrows tonight. virtual kidnapping, a terrifying twist on an old scam. tricking people into thinking their loved ones have been abducted, demanding ransom to get them back. and curse reversed. tonight the crowd goes wild in chicago after a heart-stopping win for the ages. "nightly news" begins