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for a suspected shooter on milwaukee's northwest side. we have the latest as the investigation unfolds. let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm bridget shanahan. vince has the day off.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... will sweep through southeastern wisconsin early this morning, adding more moisture to the air so it will feel stickier today than it has lately. a midday break from the rain is anticipated with partly to mostly cloudy skies and a high of 77 degrees
near 50th and west bradley road. it happened last night around ten o'clock. police say they do have a suspect in custody and that the two men knew each other. we also talked to a lieutenant this morning and she told us this is an isolated incident and there is no danger to the public. a new special prosecutor will be representing the state in the appeal of steven avery. a judge appointed former milwaukee county assistant district attorney norman gahn to the case. he's replacing the manitowoc county d-a.... jaclyn labre... who stepped down of interest. avery says he was framed for the 2005 murder of teresa halbach, his attorney filed a motion asking for more forensic testing on evidence in the case. the main suspect in the berit beck murder case will be back in court today. prosecutors are planning to retry dennis brantner for 19-90 murder of berit beckthe 62 year old was charged with 1st degree intentional homicide for the crime... but a two week trial back in june ended with a hung
prison for drug charges. the milwaukee man accused of leading police on an interesting pursuit this weekend... is behind bars this morning. elm grove police say they were chasing 19 year old marquis king in a stolen car when he ditched it. they say he ran through westmoor country club in brookfield, armed with a loaded gun. police say he threw it in the swimming pool before running into brookfield square. he was arrested outside sears and charged with several crimes. shorewood police are investigating an armed robbery that happened around 3:15 saturday afternoon.police say the suspect went up to the victim in an alley near frederick avenue and lake bluff boulevard.the man demanded the car keys and other personal items.anyone with information is asked to call shorewood police. a community celebration is planned to honor the life of veteran journalist and talk show host eric von. its tomorrow night at the marquette alumni memorial union from three to seven.von worked in the radio industry
been an important voice in milwaukee's african american community. he died last thursday. von survived four heart attacks before his death. badger basketball star bronson koenig is going to meet protesters near bismarck, north dakota.they're protesting an oil pipeline that threatens native american tribal land.koenig is a member of the ho-chunk tribe.he'll be joined by his brother, miles, and trainer clint parks.they hope to organize a basketball clinic on saturday. regarding the removal of the estabrook dam.the common council voted on the issue at the request of the city.had the resolution passed -- glendale would have joined numerous other municpalities in supporting the dam's removal.supporters say removing the dam will save money. lakefront parking fees and pokemon go will be two topics up for discussion at a public hearing later this morning.the milwaukee county board's committee on parks, energy and environment will meet at nine this morning in the milwaukee county courthouse.they'll
meters on the lakefront. they'll also ask for input on pokemon go in county parks. bublr bikes are coming to the shorewood neighborhood. that's according to shorewood today. federal funding will pay for nine bikes for the community. the bike station will be installed near oakland avenue and capitol drive sometime next year. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...taking out the trash leads to a major discovery in pittsburg. and up next... more trouble for galaxy phones this morning... sends a small child to the
russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think aid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you -
and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less 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
right now: an active search--- for a suspected shooter.ann sterling is live near fond du lac and custer this morning... wh investigate. milwaukee police are looking for a shooting suspect near fond du lac and custer on the northwest side. we're told the suspect shot a man from an apartment window and hit the victim in the bicep. police say the shooter may have
you're asked to stay away from the area. a midday break from the rain is anticipated with partly to mostly cloudy skies and a high of 77 degrees in milwaukee. a cold front will move through later this afternoon and into the night, bringing more showers and storms, leaving behind a tenth to a third of an inch of rain behind, with higher amounts in
a transgender teenager from new jersey is told he can no longer go to the school he was accepted at before his gender transition.madelyn cat-rambone came out as transgender several months ago and began transitioning to mason over the summer.he was accepted to a catholic high school when he still identified as madelyn. mason say's once school officials found out... they told him his gender identity went against the school's teachings. .mason plans to
online high school. officials in pittsburgh are trying to figure out how roughly 175-thousand dollars worth of heroin wound up in a dumpster.? worker reportedly called police after making the discovery while taking out the trash.investigators say the stash included as many as 5- hundred bricks of heroin - up to 25-thousand individual bagies.police believe the dumpster may have been a drop-point for drug dealers. a six-year-old brooklyn boy is recovering this morning after a cell hands over the weekend.mother :03"it just was like fireworks in the house."/mother :04"i was sitting there and watching everything while it was happening, and we were all nervous."family members say the boy was playing video games on a samsung galaxy core when it burst into flames.they say the phone then filled the room with smoke. the boy was treated for minor burns to his hand. there are no current recalls related to the galaxy core, but it does use a lithium-ion
were recalled after it confirmed at least 35 cases of batteries exploding or catching on fire. the newly crowned miss america.... is celebrating her victory with a dip in the ocean. savvy shields posed in front of a statue holding a crown yesterday in atlantic city.she then headed to the beach.... taking a stroll in the surf to help promote her title and the town of atlantic city. the walk is an annual ritual for newly crowned winners. still ahead this morning: rebuild and re milestone-- one louisiana school makes today-- after historic flooding destroyed neighborhoods.plus... protecting your purchases: the new rules that could be coming-- to make sure you don't get scammed when you buy tickets online. more live at
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face to face for the united nations general assembly the 71st regular session opens today leaders will be disccussling policy making and the session acts as the main dicussion... policy making... and representative organ for the u-n..the high level general debate opens on september 20-th. the senate commerce subcommittee will hold a hearing today on the better online ticket sales act.the hearing will be on new legislation to protect people buying tickets online. officials say ticket scalpers are using software to stock up on large numbers of tickets to in-demand events and that's what's driving up the prices. the man who jumped the white house fence last thanksgiving pleaded guilty to a charge of entering restricted a secret service officer spotted the man scaling the fence wearing an american flag.the 23-year- old was sent to a psychiatric facility after his arrest.the government agreed to recommend probation with several
staying away from people or buildings under secret service protection. protests are expected to continue at an ohio dog shelter after 52 dogs were euthanized following an outbreak of distemper.shelter officials say there was only one confirmed case of distemper, but they believe most, if not all of the dogs were exposed.distemper is highly contagious and often fatal.dogs that survive often suffer permanent damage to their nervous system. the families of the 9-11 attack victims are cag justice against sponsors of terrorism act. the measure would allow the families to sue saudi arabia for allegedly supporting the hijackers who carried out the attacks.both the house and senate passed the bipartisan legislation unanimously by voice vote... but the white house insists the bill would have risky implications for the united states across the globe.the president plans to veto schools in livingston parish... louisiana are back in session for the first time since last month's historic
system's buildings.several schools are operating on a platoon system.... which means two schools are sharing one building.six of the district's hardest hit schools are still closed and the system's long term plan for recovery is still unclear.the superintendent says the schools are not covered by flood insurance. let's get a check of your weather and traffic a cold front will move through later this afternoon and into the night, showers and storms, leaving behind a tenth to a third of an inch of rain behind, with higher amounts in thunderstorms.with the added moisture there is the chance for some patchy fog to form by wednesday morning when any lingering shower will exit. skies will be clearing behind the cold front on wednesday but even the eventual sunshine won't help warm us up too much, highs will be stuck in
at 5-15mph. more sunshine is anticipated for thursday and that will warm inland locations up into the low 70s, however a se wind will keep temps in the upper 60s along lake michigan.another storm system rolls in on friday, increasing the clouds and bringing rain and storms by the afternoon and evening hours so prepare for some wet football games but temperatures will be in the low 70s. a few showers will linger on saturday, especially du t there will be some dry time
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children can lead to things like damaged arteries as well as obesity, high cholesterol, and insulin resistance. children whose parents smoke are also more likely to become smokers themselves. a new study finds most of us are not objective ... when it comes to judging how much we've had to drink.researchers surveyed almost two-thousand people as they left a bar ... then tested their breath alcohol concentration.people were more likely to underestimate their own level of intoxication when they were with others who were din take a look at this photo that went viral in just hours. it's of an 89 year old man struggling to push his ice cream cart in chicago. people saw the photo and started a crowdfunding campaign... raising more than 200-thousand dollars for him in just two days. what he going to do with the money? he says he's going to take a little time off... and buy his wife a present. not one of the badgers' proudest moments... check out
the field at camp randall. crews accidently painted it upside down!university officials are aware of the problem and will fix it as soon as they can. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...a milwaukee music festival is going green this weekend. also up next... making wishes come true for kids in need. celebrities are hitting the celebrities are hitting the links for a good cause. links for a good cause. (beep, camera shutter click) did you just see that? that was awesome. we have to try it. okay. okay, mine's not working. maybe you have to bump it. oh, yeah. do the bump it thing. right. okay, yeah. (muffled) you can take money out using the bmo harris app! you want to buy a hairless cat? there's a pet store down the street. cool...
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hundreds will be golfing with celebrities today to raise money for make-a-wish wisconsin. it's the 21st annual klumb family foundation lake geneva. the event has raised about 1.5 million dollars since it started in 1995. former chicago bear great, dick butkus, will be today's keynote speaker. olympic gold medalists bonnie blair and casey fitzrandolph.. . along with heisman trophy winner, ron dayne.. are among the celebrity golfers playing today. and there's vince and me. we invite you to hike with the today's tmj4 staff during "hike milwaukee".it's this
a nature hike along the milwaukee river.money raised will support the urban ecology center which teaches children about the importance of nature and science.learn more about the hike on our website: tmj4 dot com. and while you're out you should check out rock the green on at the reed street yards. the music festival is looking to keep waste at just one ounce per attendee. milwaukee's own, trapper schoepp & the shades will be taking the stage... along with headliners lord huron and robert delong.... to name a few. the festival saturday at 1 p-m. coming up:mobile job center! how one city is making it easier for job seekers-- to find work!plus...we're staying on top of breaking news this morning on milwaukee's northwest side... police have a couple streets blocked off right now-- as they look-- for a shooting suspect. we check in with ann sterling live--
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plus...oak leaf expansion: when you'll have a chance-- to weigh in on whether milwaukee county's popular trail-- should get you ?more places. and you're looking live and you're and you're looking live at storm team 4 max radar this morning. meteorologist jesse ritka is tracking some morning storms. when you'll need your umbrella-- and when a second round of rain moves you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... a line of showers and storms will sweep through southeastern wisconsin early this morning, adding more moisture to the air so it will