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from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the 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 and i approve this message. that breaking news.. scary situation at a bank in kenosha. bomb squad on the scene.veronica macias is there live.. veronica what can you tell us? vince fortunately the bomb threat is now over. we could hear tactical units ordering someone to come out and saw a man being escorted out. that all happened about 30 mins
could see a shirt less and handcuffed man taken into custody. this all started at 9 -930-this morning at johnson bank. tthe pickn'save shopping center parking lot has been entirely closed off. some employees of a smaller bank here say only johnson bank staff were inside. kenosha police have not confirmed any details of a hostage. kenosha sheriffs office said their bomb squad is here but this is a police investigation. people who work in the shopping center were receiving information from people inside who havent been we
police need your help finding a missing brown county man. li 78-year-old white man around six feet tall. he was last seen yesterday afternoon and told the assited living staff he may go to milwaukee. this is the car he's believed to be in. anyone with information call the number on your screen. more breaking news now.. milwaukee brewers outfielder keon broxton has been arrested in florida on trespass charges after police say he refused to leave an area after a fight. officers say broxton was drunk and became beligerrent towards
commenting until they gather more information. cubs fans from milwaukee area are taking in today's festivities. with parking in chicago so difficult... many took the train down. pete zervakis caught up with some of them. cubs fans living here in wi. were up bright and early to catch the train south some are cub fans born and raised in wisconsin... going the extra mile to catch today's parade. we drove from madison to mke today - this morning - we got up at like 3 drove here others - like grace and jessie - are chicago transplants. they're both freshmen at marquette. i'm playing hookey, yea it's my hometown my family's always been big cubs fans, so it's just a super exciting thing all are still reveling in this week's world series victory over cleveland.... all traveling to the windy city for similar reasons.... our mom grew up in wrigleyville, our grandpa worked in wrigley, we were born and raised diehard cub fans so we had to be there just to see all the
a great, fun-filled place to be go cubbies! the cubs fans we met know this could be a once in a lifetime experience although they're hoping it won't be. outside the intermodal station downtown, pz, tmj4 some cubs fans - who didn't have to commute in from out of state -- were camped out as early as three am for spots along the parade route. m men charged in the murder of five year old laylah petersen was sentenced to five months behind bars. he'll serve five years probation after that. police say petersen was shot and killed while sitting on her grandfathers lap inside of her home in 2014. paul farr was one of three men involved in her death... when they targeted the wrong house. the next time dominque heaggan-brown is in court.. he'll have a new lawyer. the attorney for the former milwaukee police officer
brown's counsel entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. the former officer shot and killed sylville smith in august and is currently in jail.. accused of sexual assault. uw-stout has established a memorial fund for the foreign exchange student beaten to death last weekend.students just held a vigil for hussain saeed al-nahdi.the 24-year old was attacked outside a pizza parlor last weekend.police are investigating the death as a possible hate crime, but have not named a suspect.a 20-thousand being offered for information that leads to an arrest. two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie have beenconvicted in the so-called bridgegate trial. bridget kelly and bill baronia plotted to use traffic jams for political retaliation after a mayor in fort lee refused to endorse christie when he ran for re-election in 20-13. christie has denied any knowledge of the plot.
decision 20-16 now.. the second and third-highest ranking office holders in the country are campaigning in wisconsin today. vice president joe biden biden is holding a rally in madison for hillary clinton... and democratic senate candidate russ feingold. we'll have more from his visit later today on live at 4. donald trump returns to wisconsin time he's campaigning in west allis on sunday.the campaign has not provided further information yet. time is running out if you want to vote early in southeast wisconsin. most municipalities end in person absentee voting this evening. the city of milwaukee allows early voting tomorrow.each city, village and town in wisconsin is in charge of setting the dates and hours of in-person absentee voting for their municipality. for exact times and locations.. visit
with the election just four days away.. u-s fearful of a cyber attack as americans cast their ballots. nbc's cynthia mcfadden has the details. as americans
focus on the razor-tight presidential race between hillary clinton and donald trump.. u.s. officials tell nbc news.. the government has its eyes on potential threats to election day security.according to multiple u.s. intelligence sources.. the white house and the department of homeland
unprecedented effort to protect the country against cyber attacks.. aimed at sowing confusion as americans head to the polls.current and former officials say an attack on critical infrastructure.. including the u.s. power grid.. is one of three worst case scenarios on the list of concerns. one highly-placed intelligence source tells nbc news..(gfx)"your vote is safe, you just might not have any lights." also on the list..-a large scale denial of service.. in other words, part of the internet goes down, or.. -a cyber attack aimed at disabling un transportation in swing states. but intelligence sources and a senior obama national security official tells nbc news they believe a more likely scenario would involve hackers - from russia or elsewhere - using social media for an 11th hour document dump of false information.. implicating one of the candidates -- with no time for fact-checking.and while multiple intelligence officials say they have no specific warning about an
consider last month's massive and sophisticated internet disruption.. a possible dry run.. or inspiration for another attack.for today, cynthia mcfadden, nbc news. more news now.. iraqi forces continue to make progress in their effort to retake mosul from isis..iraqi special forces launched an assault deeper into the eastern neighborhoods of the city. isis militants fired back, striking and disabling a tank with a rocket. the operation is expected to take weeks, not months. one person is dead and more than 30 are hurt after a car bomb exploded in southeastern turkey. the blast took place near a police station where lawmakers who were arrested were taken. police overnight arrested the joint leaders of the peoples' democratic party, parliament's second-biggest opposition grouping, over a terrorism investigation. police continue to investigate what lead to a shooting at a walmart in pennsylvania. several emergency crews and officers were at the scene.
treated the incident like an active shooter situation. one employee was shot multiple times. "the individual was shot four times, and i am told that he is currently in stable condition. he is a very fortunate individual."officers were able to quickly apprehend the suspect in the parking lot according to the police chief. thousands of people forced to evacuate the paris las vegas hotel- outage. officials say the power went out when a contractor cut into the main power line. the cut also prevented the back-up generators from turning on. still no word on when power could be restored. meteorologist brian gotter joins us now with a look at your forecast... the sky was clear this morning, but dense fog redeveloped in the inland areas with lows dropping to 43
inland. the sunshine and mild weather continues today with highs near 60, and a light breeze. tonight is clear and chilly with lows near 40. the amazing stretch of fall weather lingers into the weekend with sunshine and highs in the mid 60s after morning lows in the lower 40s. you get an extra hour of sleep this weekend as saving time ends, but the sun will set at 4:43pm sunday evening. heading to the packers game on sunday? it will be sunny and lower 60s for tailgating with the temp dropping to near 50 by the end of the game. early next week remains sunny and mild with highs near 60njoy it!
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mouth, bladder and liver. if verbal warnings about the dangers of smoking don't motivate smokers to it ... photos might. a new study followed smoking trends in countries that display graphic images of diseased lungs on cigarette packs. researchers estimate the u-s could see a five to ten percent drop in smoking prevalence ... if these photos were required by law. coming up...bank scandal.. the organization is investigating wells fargo and why the situation could become even worse for eggnog treats.. why you'll have some more options to choose from this year and why its especially good news for those who
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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." for your money.. with four 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 them." vo: just one. days to go before election day, the october jobs numbers are out - and the news is good.
unemployment rate dropped to four-point-nine percent from five percent. with the unemployment rate low, employers may be using higher wages to lure qualified workers. wells fargo's scandal over fake accounts is about to get even more expensive.it says costs could go up by more than one and a half billion dollars.. now that u-s securities and exchange commission is investigating the bank's sales practices... wells fargo is accused of opening as many as two million accounts without customers' permission. if you like eggnog, you'll have a few more options this year. the almond milk brand "almond breeze" has put its own spin on the holiday beverage, creating its first-ever eggnog in two flavors: classic and vanilla chai spice. almond milk has been a trendy beverage for lactose-intolerant customers or those who adhere to a vegan diet. live at 12:30 is up next-- saluting our military.. as veterans day approaches.. find out how you can help thank those who served our country. also... giving back.. how one
year-old daughter.. 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. what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
heaggan-brown is in court.. he'll have a new lawyer. the attorney for the former milwaukee police officer withdrew himself from the case due to a conflict. heaggan- brown's counsel entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. he shot and killed sylville smith in august and is currently in jail.. accused of sexual assault. time is running out if you want to vote early in southeast wisconsin. most municipalities have until today to vote early. the city of milwaukee closes early voting tomorrow.each city, village and town in wisconsin dates and hours of in-person absentee voting... so if you still want to get it in... you'll want to check with your local clerk's office. iraqi forces continue to make progress in retaking mosul from isis.. iraqi special forces launched an assault deeper into the eastern neighborhoods of the city and isis militants fired back, striking and disabling a tank with a rocket. the operation is expected to take weeks, if