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it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin during the morning commute. while the severe threat is very low, some heavy downpours that couple hamper travel. make sure you have your headlights on and reduce your speed when
dry incident free quiet roadwaysspeeds are at or above postedtraffic building on the roads, no slow downs as of yet large closures near the zoo from 930 to 630 tomorrow morning greenfield shuts down 89rt tomorrow morning bluemound shutsdown 41 south happening now: milwaukee police need your help to find the person who hit a
happened around 1-30 this morning near atkinson and capitol drive on the north side. police tell us they're looking for a four door maroon or dark red vehicle. that pedestrian is being treated in the hospital, but should be ok. happening this morning... the first meeting of milwaukee's new "water quality task force." it was put together because of concerns over lead pipes used to pump water into old homes. pete zervakis joins us live from milwaukee's northwest side with a look ahead at what's happening today this morning's first meeting of the water quality task force is set for 9 am at city hall. the group was put together to study how to make sure milwaukee's drinking water stays safe. according to the city... the water itself is clean and o-k to drink. but in some older homes -- those built pre-1951... lead pipes are being used to transport water
properties.... and then from property line to the water meter. that lead can dissolve and seep into the water. the city notified about 70- thousand such homeowners of the risk earlier this year. the mayor has called for people living in older homes to invest in water filters. they should also avoid using the hot water tap -- because the heat can dissolve lead from pipes. . , young children - under the age of six are most vulnerable. if older house and have kids -- you should have them tested for lead by a doctor as a precaution the consumer product safety commission recalls one million samsung galaxy note 7 smartphones after days of reports of the batteries overheating and catching fire. owners have two options: get a refund or have the phone replaced.to see if your phone
phone and enter it at samsung's website.we've posted a link at tmj4 dot com slash links. it will now take even longer for a decision to be reached about what to do with the estabrook dam.the milwaukee county board's finance committee has delayed the vote indefinitely.removing the dam will cost nearly two-million- dollars.repairs will cost more than four million with maintenance costs of more than two-hundred-thousand-dollars a year. governor go says he will ?veto? any changes to the transportation budget that increases the burden on taxpayers.the proposed budget would delay current state construction projects like at the zoo interchange and i-94 south of milwuakee.walker says along with no new taxes or fees, it means more money for local governments. happening today: it's the final chapter for itt tech. the school officially closes its doors today. but there is hope for some of the school's students. ann sterling joins
some of these students can attend graduation earlier this month students here at itt tech discovered this campus was closing and infact all itt campuses were closing nationwide . the shut down disrupts the education of about 40 thousand students across the country including hundreds at this campus. many of these students were on the heels of graduation. the herzing university brookfield campus is now inviting former itt tech students and their families to participate in the university's graduation ceremony and celebration. it's happen milwaukee performing arts centerthe time of the ceremony is 6:30 p.m., herzing says this ceremony is an opportunity for grauates to celebrate their accomplishment, the school also says it is a transfer-friendly university with opportunities to help all the other students at itt tech complete their degrees. today is the day the iphone 7
you were thinking you'd swing by the apple store and pick one up... think again.presales did better than expected and several models of the 7 and 7 plus are backordered.but people are still getting up early to wait -- check out this tweet -- this guy is in virginia waiting in the dark to get one. anyone in japan, china or australia -- they may have already gotten their iphones. doors at apple opened earlier this morning -- this is a look at the lines in japan. so here's what you need to know if you were planning to get a seven plus in person today -- you can't those were sold out in preorders and so was the iphone seven in the jet black color.but here's the thing -- check other retailers aside from apple like at&t, verizon or best buy -- they may or best buy --at&t,
retailers aside from apple like at&t, verizon or best buy -- they may still have some. u-w-m's military and veterans resource center is holding an event tonight at the harley- davidson museum to raise awareness about suicide among veterans. the event begins at 1-30 this afternoon with a 22- mile ride from the u-w-m u-park lot on capitol dr through the city to the wood national cemetery and then ending at the museum.then at six, a showing of "project 22," a film that follows the cross country ride by two vets. a barbecue will follow the film. the bucks announced a brookfield based construction company will lead the construction of the new arena's entertainment block. "hunzinger construction" has worked on several of milwaukee's iconic venues including miller park, the pabst theater and the summerfest grounds.
an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin during the morning commute. while the severe threat is very low, we'll probably have some heavy downpours that le sure you have your headlights on and reduce your speed when needed oktoberfest continues this weekend at the bavarian bierhaus in glendale.starting today at five p-m you can enjoy traditional german beer and food such as spanferkel, a young pig... spit roased over an open pit. there will also
it runs until midnight tonight. it starts tomorrow at one and runs again until midnight. the 46th annual bonsai exhibit opens today at the boerner botanical gardens. the event is free and features bonsai master peter tea.some of the trees featured this weekend are hundreds of years old.tea will also offer a free demonstration on how to take care of bonsai trees.the event runs through sunday. this week's frenzy features a series of crosstown rivalries.waukesha north... hosting waukesha west. over in west allis, central takes on ?hale? at the west allis sports complex.oak creek heads over to franklin for their matchup. already in the books... a thursday night game... brookfield central pounded brookfield east... 43- 14.you can catch all your local friday football frenzy
new information just into our newsroom...for the first time today -- we're expected to learn more about the evidence against this man -- rodney earl sanders.he's accused of killing two nuns in mississippi -- one of them is originally from wisconsin -- this is her up here, sister margarat held. sanders will be in t prosecutors will have to present their evidence.the 46-year-old is accused of robbing and stabbing sister held and the nun she lived with sister merrill.the crime happened in one of the poorest counties in the country. sister held was buried here in wisconsin two weeks ago today -- and even on the day of her funeral those who knew sister held say they'll be praying for the man who killed her -- the other nuns who worked with her say they still do not believe in the death penalty. beyond wisconsin...an off-duty police officer and a man
station in new york... remain in the hospital this morning. this is new video into our newsroom this morning of the suspect... akram joudeh trying to remove a boot from his car. police say when officers confronted him... he pulled a cleaver from his waistband and took off. police tackled the guy... then say he hit an officer in the head with the cleaver. three officers then shot the suspect him several times. police in columbus ohio continue to investigate the deadly shooting of a 13-year-old boy as friends and family mourn investigators say tyre king ran from police ran from police looking into an armed robbery. they say he pulled a gun which was later determined to be a -b-b gun with a laser sight on it... leading officer brian mason to shoot him mason to shoot him several times. now to your weather with meteorologist brian niznansky. an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin
while the severe threat is very low, we'll probably have some heavy downpours that couple hamper travel. make sure you have your headlights on and reduce your speed when needed. we'll probably have a break from all rain activity around midday, before more scattered storms develop this afternoon and into the evening. this second round of storms may several area high school football games. highs today will be in the middle 70s. there remains a chance for storms overnight and a slight chance a showers lingers into early saturday morning. tonight will be a bit muggy with lows and dewpoints in the 60s. highs saturday will be
will be cooler but very nice with highs in the lower half of the 70s. next week is looking warm and unsettled. there is slight chance of t-storms in the forecast for monday and much better chances later in the week. new in politics this morning: donald trump's campaign says trump is not a "birther", questioning whether president obama was born outside the united states. but trump's saying something different. for more on that and the latest in decision 2016, we go
(nats)donald trump will likely face tough questions as campaigns at his new hotel in washington today.his campaign announced overnight that trump is no longer a birther - that he believes president obama was born in the united states. but trump himself refused to answer the question, telling don't want to answer it yet." (sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee)"he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next president? when will he stop
clinton speaks to african- american women in washington today.(washington d.c.)last night, she and president obama addressed latino voters.(sot: president barack obama/ no super)"we can't let that brand of politics win."(sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee)"we need to stop him conclusively in november." (laconia, new hampshire)but trump's going after latinos too.(sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee)"to the hispanic community, i say...we are going to protect your jobs."he says he'll do it by renegotiating trade deals. (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee)"we are creating the car capital of the world closing the gap with hillary clinton, 10 days before their first face face showdown. clinton tells reporters she's not worried about her recent slide in the polls because what matters is who turns out to vote. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --millions of americans are suffering from vision problems.the reason so many people go untreated. also-- bad breath! the impact
in today's health...not taking care of your teeth can not only impact your oral health, but lead to heart disease or a stroke.but now health experts are saying poor oral hygiene could also impact your social life.dentists say patients who lose teeth prematurely or have gum disease causing bad breath tend to not be as outgoing. eventually it can take a toll on those patients' mental state. "it can lead to patients being withdrawn from social interaction and potentially could lead to some mild depres dentists say along with regular brushing and flossing... not smoking, using toothpaste with fluoride and seeing your dentist every 6- months for a cleaning can help avoid tooth decay and gum disease. a new report shows millions of americans have vision problems that go untreated.the problems range from mild conditions to total blindness.researchers say not all insurance policies cover eye exams for low-risk
it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm vince vitrano.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin during the morning commute. while the severe threat is very low, we'll probably have some heavy downpours that couple hamper travel. make sure you h on and reduce your speed when
conduct an investigation.they say officers were talking to a 13-year-old girl when she became combative and tugged on the officer's belt.that's when the officers gun went off. we now know the death of an inmate at the milwaukee county jail is ruled a homicide.the medical examiner's office says terrill thomas died from dehydration.april 15th, thomas was arrested for allegedly shooting a man in the chest outside his parents home on milwaukee's north side and then later allegedly casino. the sheriff's department, who runs the jail, says they won't comment until the investigation in complete. the son of the milwaukee county medical examiner has died of an apparent drug overdose.authorities say 29-year-old adam peterson -- son of doctor brian peterson -- died monday at a friend's apartment. less than two weeks before his son's death -- doctor peterson spoke on a panel of experts about the drug overdose epidemic. happening today:a milwaukee
garden to a young girl lost in a random shooting almost two years ago. laylah petersen was just five when she was killed. pete zervakis is live with how she's being remembered today. northwest catholic school - near 41st and good hope -- is dedicating this peace garden to laylah petersen's memory. there's a special ceremony tonight at 6 pm. according to prosecutors... yl a couch with her grandfather and sister inside a home at 58th and fairmount... when she was shot in the head and killed/ it happened in november of 2014. authorities say three men - two shooters and a getaway driver -- targeted the wrong house in the shooting. all were eventually taken into custody. organizers of tonight's dedication ceremony say laylah's memory will live on long into the future...
will be a symbol of hope for all of milwaukee's northwest side. live...pz... tmj4 breaking news this morning...julian assange's arrest warrant that was issued because of a rape accusation will not be dropped. a swedish court of appeals just made that ruling about an hour ago. assange is the founder of the wikileaks website -- and he says if he's extradited to he'll end up being sent to the u-s because of all of the secret documents wikileaks has dumped.swedish authorities began investigating assange after two women accused him of sexual assault and rape. some of those charges have been dropped.assange denies all of the allegations. so what happens now -- well assange -- who is australian -- is in equadorian embassy in london -- but authorities there will question him on sweden's behalf.swedish
are not working with the u-s government on this. wisconsin assembly democrats are calling for an investigation into allegations of criminal misconduct in scott walker's recall campaign... raised in report by the guardian.republican lawmakers have asked attorney general brad schimel to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate who leaked the documents. schimel has not said what he will do. new this looking for a way to make your life a little more sustainable, you might be interested in a new program in milwaukee. the city is turning to composting at home to reduce the amount of waste going to the landfill . ann sterling is live in milwaukee's bay view neighborhood this morning. this is a one year pilot program to see how many families will participate. what to compost: things like
bread products -- bones, cheese, and coffee grounds as well as yard waste. the pilot program is being offered to a limited number of households right now -- they include the bay view area --- east side, and riverwest participating households will receive a 65-gallon cart for food and yard waste, which will be collected every other week. for the program will pay about 13 bucks per month for this additional collection service. they will receive a starter kit which includes everything you need. the department of public works is behind the program and say food waste makes up 21% of the average person's garbage. to help families reduce the amount of waste that is sent to the landfill, mayor tom barrett set a goal of achieving a 40% diversion rate of waste by the year 2020. this is one idea the city has come up with the meet the goal. this pilot program is
an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin during the morning commute. while the severe threat is very low, we'll probably have some heavy downs couple hamper travel. make sure you have your headlights on and reduce your speed when needed the battle for the milwaukee bucks minor league team is now
are trying to sweeten the deal as a decision is expected within the next month. all three cities are proposing renovations estimated in the millions of dollars. sobelman's continues to make good on its promise to donate thousands of dollars to local charities.city officials threatened to shut down the marquette campus location... after a misunderstanding over the restaurant's license. to help get back on track... the owner's pledged to give one dollar from each burger sold to charitiy over a two week period. athletes with intellectual be the big winners tomorrow... as sobelman's supports special olympics wisconsin. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4number one.. we'll tell you which n-f-l fanbase is the absolute best.then -- shopping made easy.. what walmart wants to change about shopping carts that could make life a whole
the packers looking to go two and oh when they head to minneapolis this sunday to take on the vikings.this is a live look bank stadium where the packers will be playing. it will be the first football game in the vikings new home. this will be the first time since 19-24 that the packers have played their first two regular season games on the road.packers narrowly beat the jaguars in jacksonville last sunday. you can catch the packers game right here on today's tmj4... which is your official packers station. coverage starts six.
this morning forbes is confirming what we already know... packers fans are the n-f-l's number one group of fans.they came to this conclusion by looking at several things like hometown crowd reach, attendance at games and the percentage of people who watch or listen to games.cowboys fans came in at number two and broncos fans came in at number three. the ninth ranked wisconsin badgers will undefeated when they host georgia state tomorrow.the badgers started the season by knocking off l-s-u who was ranked fifth at the time. they followed that up with a win against akron last week. tomorrow is also hall of fame day. kick off is scheduled for 11 a-m. happening right now...leaders of the european union are meeting inside a centuries old castle -- this si the e-u president arriving at the castle in slovakia.this is officially the first meeting
in june u-k citizens voted to leave the e-u because they weren't happy with many of the policies it imposed including those on immigration.there are now 27 countries remaining in the e-u.the main question on their minds today -- how to keep everybody else moving, and if not in lockstep then more or less in the same direction? this is the first of many e-u meetings meant to build confidence afhead of a major summit in italy next march..that will mark the 60 year anniversary of the creation of the european union. fiat chrysler more than one-point-nine million vehicles because the air bags may not deploy in a crash. the recall covers certain chrysler, dodge, jeep and lancia vehicles from the 2010 to 2014 model years. most of the vehicles are in the u-s. the company says three deaths and five injuries may be related to the issue. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. an area of rain with embedded thunderstorms will likely move across southeastern wisconsin during the morning commute. while the severe threat is
some heavy downpours that couple hamper travel. make sure you have your headlights on and reduce your speed when needed. we'll probably have a break from all rain activity around midday, before more scattered storms develop this afternoon and into the evening. this second round of storms may come into play for several area hi football games. highs today will be in the middle 70s. there remains a chance for storms overnight and a slight chance a showers lingers into early saturday morning. tonight will be a bit muggy with lows and dewpoints in the
data is what drives our devices.. and studies show we're paying a premium. one way to conserve data is uploading media posts in a lower quality.... or over a wi- fi connection. ?browsing? social media apps can also be a drain... with video posts and advertisements playing automatically. id just being on wifi when there's wifi and being on cellular when there isn't." utilizing the cellular network can also cut down your phone's battery life. robotic shopping carts could be reality for walmart shoppers.customers would be able to use a handheld device to summon an empty cart for their shopping needs. a customer's location would be determined by optical sensors in the device which would receive information from smart l-e-ds in the store. the cart
a chance this weekend to explore milwaukee like never before. historic milwaukee is giving people an inside look at some of the city's oldest buildings. imore 1-ihundred-60 buildings will be open for the public to tour. you can check out a new building... like the one on 833 east michigan... or learn about an old favorite.some locations do require tickets... you can plan your adventure using the link on t-m-j four dot com. you can hike with the today's tmj4 staff during "hike milwaukee".the event is this sunday.. it will be a fun, urban nature hike along the milwaukee river. money raised will support the urban ecology center. you can sign up on our website.. t-m-j-4 dot com. still ahead on live at daybreak-- a final check of your weather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you
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now itim to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis. he's live on milwaukee's northwest side this morning talking about the city's plan-- to keep your drinking water safe. this morning's first meeting of the water quality task force is set for 9 am at city hall. the group was put together to study how to make sure milwaukee's drinking water stays safe. according to the city... the
homes -- those built pre-1951... lead pipes are being used to transport water from city water mains to those properties.... and then from property line to the water meter. that lead can dissolve and seep into the water. the city notified about 70- thousand such homeowners of the risk earlier this year. the mayor has called for people living in older homes to invest in water filters. they should also avoid using the hot water tap -- because the heat can from pipes. . children - under the age of six are most vulnerable. if you live in an older have kids -- you should have them tested for lead by a doctor as a precaution milwaukee police need your help to find the person who hit a pedestrian-- then took this morning near atkinson and capitol drive on the north side. police tell us they're looking for a four door maroon or dark red vehicle. police say the pedestrian will pull through. it's the end-- for a for- profit college that had a campus in greenfield. itt tech-- ?officially shuts down today. last week-- the department of education forced itt to stop enrolling new students-- and left 40- thousand plus people across the country with debt-- and no degrees.
good morning. breaking overnight. the birther issue is back. does donald trump believe the president is an american? his campaign says yes, doing damage control after trump himself refuses to answer the question in a new interview, and ar tightening race, seizes the opening. >> this man wants to be our next president? >> what is trump's strategy? we'll have the latest. burn notice. a new federal recall of those samsung phones blamed for sparking dozens of fires. this morning, growing concerns that other models could overheat as well. life in lockup. a revealing new look at what o.j. simpson's life is like now behind bars.
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