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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm bridget shanahan, in this morning for vince.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic meteorologist jesse ritka. a line of showers and storms will sweep through southeastern wisconsin early this morning, adding more moisture to the air so it will feel has lately. a midday break from the rain is anticipated with partly to mostly cloudy skies and a high of 77 degrees
we're staying on top of breaking news... on milwaukee's northwest side. right now-- police are still looking for a shooting suspect. ann sterling is live near fond du lac and custer-- where the crime scene tape just came down and the swat team left, but they're still looking for this guy, right ann? milwaukee police are looking for a shooting suspect near fond du lac and custer on the northwest side. we're told apartment window and hit the victim in the bicep. police say the shooter may have depression and mental issues. if you live in the area, you're asked to stay away from
happening today: milwaukee county residents-- can voice their opinio plan that would have ?you pay to park along the lakefront. officials say if meters charged just 1 dollar an hour... it would generate an estimated one and a half million dollars in 20-17. today's meeting is at 9 am at the milwaukee county courthouse. also happening at that same meeting: residents will have a chance to sound off about "pokemon go" in lake park. people living in the neighborhood have complained people playing the popular smartphone game are leaving the area a mess.
carrying a loaded gun this weekend. 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 westmoore country club in brookfield, armed with a loaded gun. police say he threw it in the swimming pool before running into brookfield square mall. he was arrested outside sears and charged with several three men facing charges for ransacking a sherman park liquor store are expected in court today for a bail hearing. police say durrell broke into clark's liquor store at 48th and burleigh last month during the violence in sherman park.all three face thousands of dollars in fines and prison time if convicted. today a trial is set to begin that will decied the fate of a milwaukee tobacco shop.27th street tobacco shop was shut down following a court ruling, after a judge found the business was a magnet for crime over the years.the city and owners of the shop were not able to reach an
a new report from the greater milwaukee association of realtors, shows homes sales in the area rose by nine-point- five percent in august.more than 21-hundred homes were sold last month in milwaukee, ozaukee, washington and waukesha counties.the report says milwaukee and waukesha counties saw "solid increases in listings" to help boost sales but inventory "is still chronically low for the year." wisconsin's bear hunting season begins tomorrow and for the first time hunters b this year's bear hunting season is the first under legislation passed last winter that spells out increased protections for hunters, anglers and trappers. an animal protection group says the plan to monitor the hunters' activity. milwaukee county is hosting a public information meeting tonight over the proposed extension of the oak leaf trail.that extension would connect the rock sports complex, the city of franklin commercial center and the planned franklin/muskego bike
will be held at the root river parkway picnic shelter number two at 4-30. kaplan university and res-care workforce service are hosting a job fair with more than 70 employers at the zoofari conference center.the job fair is open to everyone.those going are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes and dress to impress.the fair starts at 10 this morning and runs until one this afternoon. 150 seniors from messmer catholic high school will be walking through the city today to honor the school's plant trees at founding site and each of its three existing campuses in honor of 90th anniversary.a dedication ceremony will begin at nine this morning at st. martin parish, the site of the original school established in 19-26. milwaukee public schools is celebrating the arts and creativity in education for all students during the national arts in education week.they're holdingan event tonight at the bradley pavilion at the marcus center for the performing arts.the event will feature the many
in the milwaukee area and feature music videos created by m-p-s students. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--how you can weigh in on the future of milwaukee county's world class parks today.then -- u-s news and world report's college rankings out this morning. where alverno landed on the list of schools with a "strong commitment to teaching" today - support for family caregivers. plus - how one group is providing comfort to service mb touched by the morning blend
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 the night, bringing more showers and storms, leaving behind a tenth to a third of an inch of rain behind, with higher amounts in
as part of the united way's seasons of caring initiative... northwestern mutual & girls clubs of greater milwaukee members to read and play games with kids in the spark literacy program.they'll be voluntering at the fitzsimonds boys & girls club from four until five tonight. a u-s news & world report out this morning ranks alverno college as the highest in the state for its "strong commitment to teaching." the milwaukee based college is ranked in the top four midwest regional universities and the only wisconsin school recognized in this catergory
also marks the 16th year alverno has been recognized in the report. today begins a series of nine county-wide public workshops to address the future of milwaukee county parks.the "parks with a purpose" campaign looks to highlight the county's effort to maintain their world class parks and get public feedback. tonight's workshop is taking place at kosciuszko park community center at 6-30. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--as donald trump demands an apology from hill clarifies comments she made about his supporters.also-- skipping fall.the state looking ahead to ski season in september ... after six inches
beyond wisconsin...today investagators continue their examination of what caused a deadly fire in memphis, tennessee.four adults and three children were killed in the fire.one child remains in the hospital.it's unclear exactly what time the fire started or if the home had a working detector. people living in south korea remain on edge today following the country's largest ever recorded earthquake.experts say two quakes measured magnitude 5.1 and 5.8.the quakes shook large capital, seoul, where tall buildings swayed.amazingly no one was badly hurt. the italian coast guard reports rescuing 350 people who were aboard rickety boats in the mediterranean sea as they tried to make it to european shores.more than three-thousand people were rescued during operations over the weekend by italian coast guard ships.the spanish frigate "reina sofia" also participated as it rescued 419
assembly 71st regular session opens today.the session is open for the main deliberative, policy making, and representative organ.the high level general debate opens on september 20-th. winter coming early to parts of montana.this is what it looks like in red lodge -- where six inches of snow came down this weekend.ski managers are hoping for a better year than last year... when the resort had to close early because of a lack of snow. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist jesse ritka. 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 thunderstorms.with the added moisture there is the chance
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 the 60s with a brisk ne wind at 5-15mph. more sunshine is anticipated for thursday and that will warm inland locations up 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 during the morning hours but there will be some dry time with partly cloudy skies and
on what she said about his supporters.tracie potts is live in washington this morning with the latest on decision 20-16. after nearly collapsing from dehydration, hillary clinton is home this rn york, tweeting:"i'm feeling fine and getting better" and "i'm just anxious to get back out there."she tells cnn why she didn't disclose friday's pneumonia diagnosis earlier. clinton cnn phoneri just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal.today president bill clinton heads to the west coast in her place --and president obama campaigns for clinton in philadelphia.sot: donald trump / (r) presdiential candidate could we have a doctor, please? like clinton, someone got overheated at a donald trump rally.but he's not focused on
trump is hitting the airwaves ad natsand demanding an apology from clinton for calling half of his supporters a "basket of deplorables." tape: sept. 9, 2016 ...racists, xenophobes and islamophobes...sot: donald trump / (r) presdiential candidateabout people like they're objects - not human beings."clinton said she regrets how many she be backing trump.for now, she's making her case from behind closed doors. she's under orders to stay in for a few days. bill clinton will stay in california
in today's health... researchers say treadmill testing is a safe and effective way to evaluate kids and teens with a sports- related us accurately assesses adolescents' physical healing and helps doctors determine the type of concussion each athlete suffered.there were no serious complications during the treadmill test. when it comes to drinking with friends... it turns out most of us are not good at determining how much we've had to drink as we think. 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
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now at 6:30-- pay to park along the lakefront. the new proposal-- some say could generate mins ?you can sound off about it then -- gift card scam: how crooks are now tricking users-- into handing over cash-- and compromising personal information. and some morning showers-- moving out, but more rain is on the way. meteorologist jesse ritka tracks-- more storms. when they'll be in your neighborhood, next. welcome to live at daybreak.
bridget shanahan, in today for vince.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with brian gotter. 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
incident freedry roads here in milwaukee county but other counties to the north and west of us getting we roads no complaints as you head out the doorspeeds at postedstarting to see slow downs on 894 northbound near the zipper mergetraffic vloumes are starting to grow slightly heavier overnight closures on mitchell interchange 894 to 43 northbound ramp shuts down completely from 10 until 5 am 94w at 84th completely shuts down from 11 until 4:30 the
happening now: milwaukee police are still looking for the person who shot a man in the arm. it happened near fond du lac and custer. officers had the street blocked off for several hours this morning, while they looked for the suspect. the victim-- should be fine. new this morning, brown deer police are investigating a deadly shooting at a senior apartment community 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 she told us this is an isolated incident and there is no danger to the public. milwaukee county deputies are still looking for the person who shot a two- month- old child during what sheriff's deputies are calling an act of road rage. a bullet went through the rear passenger door of a prius sunday on i-43 near capitol. it hit a car seat, grazing the baby inside. the child was taken to children's hospital and is expected to be okay. police are looking for the guy in this sketch.they say he
gunpoint near 62nd and kaul on august 31st. he has gold front teeth, and may be driving a van.anyone with information should call milwaukee police. 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 and lake bluff.the man demanded the car keys and other personal items.anyone with information is asked to call shorewood police. the president of an animal rescue in racine is facing charges for animal neglect. 9:48:03- no be living like that that's deplorable 9:48:07 9:29:09- too much too much to handle is what i'd say. got into it with good intentions i know but got overwhelming i think 9:29:20 33 year old heather jensen and 64 year old terry bogard are charged with 26 counts of mistreating animals. authorities took 26 dogs from
home was in unlivable conditions for the animals. a major employer in calumet county is closing up shop. brillion based "iron works" will stop molding and melt operations later this year. more than 300 workers will be laid off.the existing business will be transferred to five other casting plants. green bay's mayor reiterating he is not going anywhere.the attorney for jim schmitt again saying his client will ?not resign over misdemeanor charges of breaking finance laws .. and added the case should be resolved early next month.according to the special prosecutor handling the case, mayor schmitt plans to plead guilty.in exchange, the d-a will ?not recommend jail time or probation. glendale will remain ?neutral regarding the removal of the estabrook dam.the common council just 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
will save taxpayers money, improve the health of the milwaukee river and decrease the risk to public safety. a reminder: you can hike with the today's tmj4 staff during "hike milwaukee".it's this sunday. it'll be an urban nature hike along the milwaukee river.money raised will support the urban ecology center.sign up for the hike via our website: tmj4 dot com. how much would you pay to-park along the lakefront?should you have to pay?righw a budget gap -- the milwaukee county board of supervisors is thinking about having lakefront users pitch in.ann sterling joins us live with a look ahead. the department's pay-to-park plan would collect fees from cars that park at several popular spots including mckinley park. bradford beach the estimate right now is if the fee is $1 an hour -- it would generate an estimated
county's big budget shortfall. board members will discuss this idea again this morning. some have been vocal saying they are opposed to the price. and believe independence day celebrations and family picnics at the lakefront should be free..some other ideas to generate money have been tossed around. the county board of supervisors plans to hold public meetings in september to discuss these proposals but no official dates have been set. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--what you need to know if you plan to visit the mitchell park domes this week. then -- joining forces.the three local fire departments teaming up to train and fight fires and taking a live look
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limited to the overlook area only this week and next.no admission will be charged.the show dome reopened in april. the desert and tropical domes remain closed while the county tries to figure out a solution for falling concrete debris. three area fire departments join forces to train and fight fires. with cut backs and limited resources .. west allis, wauwatosa and north shore formed a joint training fire academy. the departments realized they all basically spoke their own language did things a little differently which could cost valuable seconds in a fire.the departments each send instructors to teach together. increases our resources and it helps out when we do share so there would be a lot of times that we border wauwatosa that we go into their community and they'll come into ours recruits will finish at the joint training academy on oct. 7th. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4how federal lawmakers plan to crack down on sophisticated ticket
beyond wisconsin.security camera footage giving investigators a break in the case of a mosque fire.that security camera footage shows ...a man running from the islamic center of fort pierce... giving investigators a first look at a suspect.the orlando nightclub shooter once went to that mosque. investigators know the fire was deliberately set... but do not yet know why. the cleveland gazebo where 12-year-old tamir rice was killed will be removed tomorrow... and replaced with a tree and memorial plaque.
when he was shot and killed by officer timothy loehmann in november of 20-14. loehmann said he thought the gun was real and that the boy looked older. lawmakers looking to make tickets more affordable for you.the senate commerce subcommittee will hold a hearing today on the better sales act.the hearing will be on new legislation to protect people buying tickets online. officials say ticket scalpers are using sophisticated software to stock up on large numbers of tickets to in-demand events and that's what's driving up tense moment for olympic swimmer ryan lochte on "dancing with the stars" monday night.lochte and his partner had just performed their dance and were in the process of being critiqued by the judges when you could hear someone shout "liar".this cell phone video shows the moments immediately following the incident... where two people were on the ground and apprehended by security. controversy continues over north carolina's bathroom law. the n-c-double-a is the latest
championship sporting events will be pulled from the state this academic year due to the law -- which critics say is discriminatory toward the transgender community. san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick opened the regular season by continuing his protest and kneeling during the national anthem.meanwhile, the rams players' kenny britt and robert quinn, stood with their right fist in the air.the players say they were protesting police brutality and racial inequality . 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 his trainer.they hope to organize a basketball clinic on saturday. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. with the added moisture there is the chance for some patchy fog to form by wednesday
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 the 60s with a brisk ne wind 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 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 during the morning hours but there will be some dry time
incident freedry roads here in milwaukee county but other counties to the north and west of us getting we roads no complaints as you head out the doorspeeds are at or above postedstarting to see slow downs on 894 northbound and 94 eastbound near the zipper mergestraffic vloumes are starting to grow slightly heavier overnight closures on
completely from 10 until 5 am 94w at 84th completely shuts down from 11 until 4:30 the next morning in in today's money...if you're looking to pick up some extra cash during the holidays you might want to apply at target. the retailer plans to add more than 75-thousand seasonal employees.70-thousand will work in stores, while another 75-hundred ll distribution and fulfillment facilities. apple is warning shoppers about scams involving itunes gift cards.the company says scam artists are pressuring their victims into transferring money by purchasing itunes gift cards after they spin bogus stories about payments such as taxes, debt collection and utility bills.if this has happened to you, apple advises contacting the f-t-c. facebook messenger is rolling
products within the app.that means users won't be taken to external websites.it's part of a broad push by facebook to keep its more than one billion users inside its family of apps... and allow companies to engage with people without asking them to download new apps to their phones. hundreds will be golfing with celebrities today to raise money for make-a-wish wisconsin. it's the 21st annual klumb family foundation outing at geneva national in lake geneva. the event has raised about 1.5 million dollars since it started in 1995. former chicago bears great, dick butkus, will be today's keynote speaker. wisconsin 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. still ahead on live at daybreak-- a final check of your weather and traffic
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in the future. the department's pay-to-park plan would collect fees from cars that park at several popular spots including mckinley park. bradford beach the estimate right now is if the fee is $1 an hour -- it would generate an estimated $1.5 million in 2017.and that would help with milwaukee county's big budget shortfall. board members will discuss this idea again this morning. some have they are opposed to the price. and believe independence day celebrations and family picnics at the lakefront should be free..some other ideas to generate money have been tossed around. the county board of supervisors plans to hold public meetings in september to discuss these proposals but no official dates have been set. people who live near lake park-- in milwaukee will be able to sound off today about "pokemon go" players in the neighborhood. people have been
able to voice your opinion-- at the milwaukee county courthouse wisconsin's first ever neighborhood job center access point is opening in milwaukee this morning.the mobile center is part of governor walker's 4 point 5 million dollar plan to strengthen and rebuild milwaukee after violence erupted in the sherman park neighborhood last month. apple's newest operating systems... i-o-s 10... is available today as a free download.the new upgrade is being called the "biggest" ever for the "biggest" ever for apple.some of the newest ur visiual i-messag and more capabilites for your digital assiantant a midday break from the rain is anticipated with partly to
good morning. recovery effort. hillary clinton and her aides scrambling to explain why she wasn't more up front about her pneumonia diagnosis. the candidate herself speaking out last night. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. >> does downplaying her health scare play right into the hands of her critics as our new poll shows the race is tightening. is this the arsonist? police step up the search for a man caught on camera running from the scene of a devastating fire at a florida mosque. investigators labeling it a possible hate crime. was the suspect targeting muslims? golden parachute. new outrage aimed at wells fargo. why the executive in charge of
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