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oklahoma just after 630 this morning.he jumped out of bed and ran outside.20-27 it was pretty crazy. i didn't understand what was going on until they moved out of the way and i saw a sheet sitting there.police say a 17-year old girl was in a cross walk trying to get across the street -- when she was hit by the school bus.there were 6 elementary school students on the bus. fire fighters rushed to the scene but the victim did not survive. 36-41 there are a lot of pe this road. i've seen 4 to 5 accients on this road so far. witnesses say the driver of the school bus tried to help the girl. the ceo of la-mers bus company -- which operates the school bus says -- the 62 year old bus driver has been with the company for 25 years and has a spotless record.ann sterling todays tmj 4 the bus company says the bus driver will not drive for the company until the police investigaton is complete.
student as a possible hate crime:. hussain saeed al-nahdi, a foreign exchange student from saudi arabia, was attacked early sunday morning near the stout campus. he died on monday. (("i think at this time you have to keep an open mind and keep that door open that it might be a possibilty. but at this time we do not know the mottivation for this crime. so it could be, but it might not be as well."))investigators are gathering surveillance video hopes it will provide some answers in the case. a 15-thousand dollar reward, from private donations and the university's foundation, is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction. many school districts in rusk county are wearing blue today. it's in honor of sheriff's deputy dan glaze, who was shot and killed saturday night while investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle. a man is in custody in connection with glaze's death.
overnight... is now in custody. the officers... ambushed in seperate attacks that have left the des moines area stunned. nbc's jay gray with the very latest now: nats searchan army of state and local police gathered in the woods outside of des moines this morning.. where alleged cop killer scott michael greene surrendered to officers - after more than 9-hours on the run..(sot / paul parizek - des moines police :12 - :17)"it's a great sense of relief, not just for us, obviously he was targeting police officers is what we believe but it's a sense of relief for the community. a community el police officers were ambushed.. shot and killed.. overnight..(sot / paul parizek - des moines police under video)"i mean we're heartbroken." urbandale officer justin martin.. and des moines sgt. tony beminio were both sitting in their squad cars.. when, investigators say, greene walked up.. and started shooting.. firing more than a dozen rounds..(sot / paul parizek - des moines police :37 - :40)"there definitely was no opportunity for the officers to defend themselves or respond to the attack. investigators say right now they don't have any evidence that clearly points to a motive in the murders..but law enforcement sources tell nbc
mental issues and was in dire straits."his criminal record includes charges of assault.. interference with official acts.. and harassment..this evening.. the investigation into the officers' deaths continues..jay gray - nbc news. weeks ago, greene argued with officers after being kicked-out of a high school football game for displaying a confederate flag during the national anthem. "decision 2016 coverage now: the latest school poll is out... and it shows hillary clinton maintaining her lead over donald trump here in wisconsin. here are the numbers: 46- percent of likely voters in the badger state support clinton; while 40-percent back trump in a four-way race. the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3-and-a-half percentage points. one of hillary clinton's former rivals is in wisconsin today.. campaigning on her behalf.rebecca klopf is live at turner hall in downtown milwaukee.... where senator
arrive shortly, rebecca: charles and shannon-senator bernie sanders will be here in milwaukee in just a few hours. you can already see people are getting ready here at turner hall.bernie is hosting this 'get out the vote' rally for presidential candidate hillary clinton and senate candidate russ feingold.yesterday-- clinton's running mate tim kaine was campaigning for her in madison.but clinton has not appeared in wisconsin since before the primary election which you this state to sanders in that race.this event kicks off at 5-30.reporting live downtown...rebecca klopf today's tmj4. with less with less than a week til the election, a huge focus is on florida. donald trump is cris-crossing that battleground state today... touting his rise in florida polls, but warning supporters not to take anything for
wisconsin attorney general brad schimel will once again deploy what he calls "election integrity teams" around the state on election day. the republican attorney general says the teams will be made up of assistant attorney generals and state justice department special agents. they'll be looking for evidence of electioneering, observer misconduct and wrongful denial of the right to vote. time now for our first look at the weather this afternoon... not the best there... but not bad for this time of year. meteorologist jesse ritka joins us with the weather.... the heaviest of the rain has come to an end, leaving a wide range of rain totals from a quarter to nearly an inch of rain across parts of southeast wisconsin. just a few light rain showers and sprinkles ll linger this evening, completely exiting the area by
site. kenosha's mayor says the city's goal is to use the land for manufacturing. they broke the law, but today they get a clean slate.. carole meekins is in the newsroom with a story new on live at 5... thanks charles and shannon from shoplifting to traffic tickets.. its a fresh start for hundreds of people in milwaukee. tonight. why the courts are forgiving all of these outstanding warrants.. that's coming up on live at 5... the results of air bag safety tests crossover... just ahead.and we head toward year's end, how is your company's health?
warning signs that it may be time to start job hunting, coming up. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. 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
4 your money this afternoon.... here's a look now at the markets at the close of business today.... more money headlines now.... monday's gas pipeline explosion in alabama has caused a gas shortage in the southeast.as a result, prices are on the rise. however, the company that owns the pipline hopes to have it back up and running as early as this weekend. the blast killed one worker and injured five others. federal regulators have closed an investigation into nissan rogue air bags without seeking a recall. they were looking into reports that the air bags failed to inflate on s-u-vs from the 2013 model year. the air bag inflators were tested, and crash test data was reviewed, but no safety issue was found. linkedin is offering a new online tool to help professionals understand their salary potential. the new service provides members with
of jobs, based on data submitted by linkedin members. it comes two weeks after competitor "glassdoor" launched a similar feature. you may love your job....like the working conditions.....and like the people you work with. but what if you knew your company might soon be going out of business?consumer reproter john matarese shows how to know if your company might be in financial trouble...so you don't waste your money. as we head toward year's end....how is your job? better yet, how is your company? is it healthy? a new report on a sinking ship. ----------------- the workplace....that land of claustrophic cubicles and clueless bosses satirized in the 1999 movie "office space." so it would be nice to know in advance if your company is sinking like "initech" in the cult classic. money magazine, in a new report says red flags of trouble include: --more and more closed door meetings, that leave you in the dark. --employee perks like free
mananagers leave for new jobs. --workflow slows down, leaving you less work in your inbox and more free time to spend on facebook, while youre at work. ----------------- 2 secs separator --------------- and from the doesnt that stink file, two of the biggest warning signs your company is sinking: --more and more empty desks...with no attempt to rehire. --and no money for new projects or needed repairs. if everything is getting fixed with duct tape you might say "doesnt that stink." t looking for new work....before you are forced to. (john on cam) to protect yourself, money says always make sure your resume is up to date. and check to see that your linked in profile is not 5 years old and gathering cobwebs. that way you are prepared and you dont waste your money. i'm john matarese (your station's custom sig out here). storm team 4 weather now.... kind of a wet, dreary day out there today... but the temperatures remain fairly mild. jesse ritka's here with the latest on our
clearing out the cloud cover by sunrise but some patchy fog may linger into the morning hours because of today's rainfall.thursday will be the start of a really nice stretch of weather with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures with highs in the upper 50s. 60s return on friday with a light wind swinging around from the southwest. the quiet and sunny weather hangs around for the weekend with low 60s expected both saturday and sunday. don't forget to set the end of daylight saving time!another beauty on tap for monday with blue skies and a high of 61 in milwaukee with overnight lows continuing to
just ahead. the damage done by hurricane matthew to some of florida's historical districts.. and coming up at 4:30.. watch out epi-pen makers.. who's hoping to launch a similar lifesaving product, at a much more affordable price.. need help with a consumer problem? our "call for action" volunteers are ready! call
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for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in.
end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped
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person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. flooding from hurricane matthew damaged more than 1,000 historic homes and buildings in st. augustine, florida. experts have found
all seven of teh city's federally designated historic districts last month. homes and businesses along the city's waterfront were overwhelmed despite a seawall that was completed two years ago. another beauty on tap for monday with blue skies and a high of 61 in milwaukee with overnight lows continuing to stay in the 40s. the next chance for any active weather comes in on tuesday and wednesday when a cold front will bring the chance for
the green bay packers... using an back to the community. they helped the "united way" build an ice rink and warming
shelter in algoma. it's one of several community events the packers volunteer for throughout the year. barring a rainout, the baseball season is set to come to a dramatic finish tonight. the cubs and indians will play game seven of the world series tonight in cleveland.here's a live picture from progressive field, the site of tonight's big game. this will be the 37th time the world series has
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fitness benefit, and person to person customer service. call now and get help choosing your plan. network health. we're local, we care, we're person to person. an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10
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- a wisconsin high school is under fire for what was supposo driving campaign to educate students, ?instead? left them and their parent furious. it's been a week, but brodhead high school is still facing criticism and the national spotlight for the safe driving drillduring morning announcements... students were told four of their classmates had been killed in a car crash, but none of them had been.it was part of a drill to simulate the dangers teens face while driving.the four students involved in the drill
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