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tomorrow. plus... it's your chance to talk to governor walker this morning.. his way of connecting with you via social media. let's take a live look let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... the slow moving storm system to our east influence our weather like the clouds and 30 mph gusty winds we had yesterdaat least highs in the mid to upper 60s were back to normal. clouds increased overnight, with areas of drizzle, a brisk wind, and temps in the 50s. today is cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and scattered showers. the
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25 mph throughout the day, and remains breezy overnight with rain showers likely roads are dryincident free light traffic speeds are at or above posted closure is happening in the zoo starting tomorrow morning and will remain closed until spring 2017 i-41 south to i-94
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if you're going to be on the road at all this weekend... put down that cell phone while in work zones. the d-o-t says they've alwasys recommended that. but starting saturday - it becomes the law. pete zervakis is live to explain. starting tomorrow... if you encounter any type of construction - like here behind us in the zoo interchange - it will be illegal to drive through it on your cell phone. texting and driving is already illegal here in wisconsin. this new law: makes it illegal to drive through construction making a call... unless you're a hands free system... bluetooth... or you're calling
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under construction are often narrowed. there are lane shifts... and there can be workers in the area. so the law is supposed to help keep drivers focused on the road around them. the fine for driving in a work zone while on your phone will be $40. repeat offenders can be hit with fines up to $ near the zoo interchange...pz... tmj4 new this morning...milwaukee police are investigating a oo side.investigators tell us they were called to the area of 37th and concordia just before ten thursday night.a 36-year-old man suffered multiple gunshot wounds was taken to a hospital in very critical condition.police say the circumstances surround the shooting are unclear at this point. the milwaukee woman who drove her car into a squad car during a traffic stop last month will be in court today. 23-year-old kevina freeman faces five felony charges. police pulled her over for speeding.... but noticed she
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when they called for a tow... freeman got into her car and drove off... after backing into the officers' car -- two deputies were injured during the stunt.she faces up to 52 years in prison. a waukesha teen is lucky to be alive after getting hit by an s-u-v. the crash happened wednesday while the 15 year old boy was walking down hickory road. the sheriff's department says the driver was a 16 year old girl. investigators haven't said if the two knew each other ... just that they're both students at waukesha we boy is now recovering. a milwaukee toddler, seriously injured on a bunk bed last week has died. the two year old was wedged between the top bunk and the wall. no criminal charges are expected. state lawmakers are trying to find a middle ground when it comes to funding wisconsin roadways. governor walker is proposing to delay projects and borrowing rather than raise the gas tax and vehicle tax and vehicle registration fees.while members on both sides of the aisle agree walker's plan needs to be altered... they're having
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rejected a recently rejected a plan proposed by state democrats to by state democrats to raise the gas tax to fund the state's transporation needs. have a question for gov. scott walker? get ready in just a couple of hours -- you can ask the governor that question when he participates in his first the facebook live event. ann sterling is live with more. the facebook live event starts at 8:15 this morning . questions can be submitted before the event -- on his facebook page: i checked out his page this morning. there are already a range of questions and responses on his page.some are about the spiraling cost of health care...a couple are about the state budget.others are using the form to take shots at the governor.facebook launched its live video streaming service for public figures in august 2015 and
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to connect with the public-- include house speaker paul ryan and the governor of walkers first facebook live event starts at 8:15 this morning. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...a global first.the childhood disease that has been completly eliminated from north and south america.and up next... freeway flooding.what may have caused storm drains to
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the slow moving storm system to our east system to our moving storm the slow the slow system to our east continues to influence our weather like winds we had yesterdaat least highs in the mid to upper 60s were back to normal. clouds increased overnight, with areas of drizzle, a brisk wind, and temps in the 50s. today is cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and scattered showers. the ne wind continues to gust to
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rain showers likely. we've had our share of rain around here... but they're in trouble in detroit. the flooding there.heavy rains there.flooding there.heavy rains caused several freeways to flood.many drivers had to be rescued... and leave their cars to fill with water. officials say the flooding was caused by debris getting caught in the storm drains. two 14 year old were arrested at a madison high school after an officer found one of them carrying a b-b gun on school grounds. the officer saw the teens trying to break into the school... by punching out one of the building's windows. this all happened during school hours. during school hours. no word on why they
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were students at the school. vandals in milwaukee are using parked vehicles as their personal shooting targets. police say someone is using a bb gun to shoot using a bb gun to shoot out windows.most of the incidents have been happening in the south towne apartment area.. but there are also cases in there are also cases in the northwest and southwest parts of milwaukee.. and in oak creek.if you seen anything suspicious -- call police. in today's health... the world health organization reports... measles has been completely eliminated from the americas. a disease is declared el no transmission in a specific geographic region for a year or more.the achievement is a global first.the w-h-o says the battle against measles was won through two-decades of mass vaccination to prevent the viral disease. the h-p-v vaccine may be more effective in preventing cervical cancer than health experts had hoped.h-p-v infections can cause a pre-cancerous condition called cervical dysplasia .. researchers found cervical dysplasia rates among teens
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after the h-p-v vaccine was introduced in 2007.researchers say improving vaccination rates could help protect even more women from cervical cancer. still ahead this morning: a heckling fan gets the last laugh at a practice round for the ryder israeli statesman shimon peres is set to be laid to rest this morning.. how president obama
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president obama will attend the funeral for former president and prime minister of israel... shimon peres later this morning.morning.not only will president obama attend the service, he will also deliver a eulogy.the israeli statesman died after suffering a major stroke. when president obama presented peres with the presidential medal of freedom in 20-12 he said no other individual had done as much over the years to bring our two nations closer together. the teenager accused of shooting three people at a south carolina elementary school on wednesday will be in court this morning.the boy will be tried as a juvenile. the judge has not decided whether cameras will be permitted.two students and a
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more protests are expected tonight in california after a deadly shooting by police.last night protesters took to the streets... while chanting... and holding "black lives matters" signs.on tuesday, officers shot and killed alfred olango, a ugandan refugee.police say olango was "acting erratically" and did not follow orders to remove his hands from the pockets of his pants.police said at one point he pulled an object from his pants and pointed it at officers in a "shooting stance." -- tuou was unarmed and was only holding an e cigarette. animal activists are angry after three live dolphins were put in a container and shipped from honolulu to arizona.a cellphone video shows them confronting workers at a fed ex cargo warehouse.the dophlins were born and raised in captivity by the company "dolphin quest."the company has the proper state and federal permits, and a state agriculture department official was on hand for the departure.
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typhoon megi.the storm brought strong winds and rain to taiwan earlier this week..vast stretches of land in southern taiwan were flooded by swelling rivers.megi was the third typhoon to hit taiwan this killed at least four people and injured more than 600, while knocking down trees and cutting power to millions. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... the slow moving storm system to our east continues to clouds and 30 mph gusty winds we had yesterdaat least highs in the mid to upper 60s were back to normal. clouds increased overnight, with areas of drizzle, a brisk wind, and temps in the 50s. today is cloudy and windy with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s and scattered showers. the
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remains breezy overnight with rain showers likely. rain is likely saturday morning, the afternoon is cloudy with a few showers, highs in the low to mid 60s, and the wind finally dies down to 5-10 mph. sunday is still mostly cloudy with highs in the mid to upper 60s. monday is sunny and highs in the upper 60s, and tuesday looks beautiful with sunshine and highs near 70,
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incident freedry roadslight traffic speeds are at or above posted posted or above speeds are at light traffic speeds are at or above posted calls for the resignation of wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf continue this morning after a tough day on capital hill. the house of financial services yesterday.under his watch... the bank has been fined 185-million fined 185- million dollars -- after employees -- trying to meet sales targets--- opened up millions of fake debit and credit card accounts. wisconsin representative sean duffy was one of the lawmakers on the attack at the hearing. "just pull the curtain back a little bit and they go, 'man, whether you want to call it defrauding our customers, or stealing from our customers, wells fargo has a big
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two-million fake accounts were opened by bank employees... as result... more than 53-hundred employees have been far no top-level executives have lost their jobs. getting hit in the head by a soccer ball during a match, turned out to be lucky for a die-hard danish soccer fan.the soccer fan collapsed after he was hit in the head with a stray shot during the warmup of a match.he ended going to the hospital... that's where doctors found a tumor in the man's brain.the tumor is benign so it can be removed. however... if the man hadn't been hit he ball, doctors probably wouldn't have found the tumor before it was too late. the weekend showdown between the united states and europe continues this morning in minnesota at golf's ryder cup. one of the best shots made... was yesterday... during a practice round... when several players were having trouble sinking the same put.that's when a rowdy fan started to heckle the players.well if it's so easy... try it yourself they told him..they even put hundred bucks down to sweeten the deal. after eying
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according to the fan he even had his eyes close. call him a modern day happy gilmore. up next on live at up next on up next on live at daybreak on michigan for a second straight week in hopes of staying undefeated..also.. finding closure.. the parents of a five-year-old girl shot and killed while sitting at home learn the fate of the man
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tonight is friday football frenzy... highlights from all the big games on the high school gridiron. elise is going to be right up the street tonight... as the shorewood messmer greyhounds welcome greenfield. other games we're watching... catholic memorial at waukesha west. oak creek off to racine to take on horlick. franklin heading south as well... the sabers meet kenosha indian trail. brookfield east at menone the badgers are sitting in the top ten of the national rankings for the first time in years. after knocking off not one... but two top ten teams... big red meets another tomorrow in number four michigan. they'll make their way to the big house without linebacker vince beigal... and fan favorite kicker rafael gaglianone...who are dealing with injuries. kick off is set
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coming up: coming up:no phone zones.. what you need to know about a new law that takes effect in wisconsin hillary clinton's daughter chelsea is in wisconsin today.. where you can see her speak and what message she plans to push.more live at
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next at 5-30: plus... one milwaukee family is getting closure this getting closure this morning nearly two years after daughter. and... battlground wisconsin as we approach the final leg of the presidential of the presidential campaigns.who's in our state today stumping for votes before november. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince


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