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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
did.the school's principle says the student council came up with the idea as part of a year-long campaign on safe driving.one student says the point of the drill might have been lost because they were caught off guard. "it wasn't really effective. they were trying to teach using scare tactics which doesn't teach it just makes you not trust the teachers and any of the announcements you're going to get."the district superintendent cause any stress or scare students. he says a few parents called in to complain saying it was harmful to their children.however, he stands by the drill... giving students a real life look at what could happen if they don't drive carefully. police are still searching for an armed robber accused of killing a jewelry store owner's husband.this man is accused of robbing the corona jewelry near 7th and greenfield on monday. investigators say he shot and
police. investigators are looking into the death of an inmate at the kenosha county jail.they tell us around seven this morning jail staff found the inmate in his cell with no pulse. emergency crews responded and determined the man was dead. they're not giving us his name at this time, but tell us he was beg held on a serious felony charge. october is coming in as wisconsin's third safest month for drivers since the end of world war two.the department of transportation says that's people died in crashes last month.as of monday... 484 people have died in crashes on wisconsin roadways this year. officials warn with the winter months of snow and ice ahead of us... drivers need to slow down and pay attention. this mornnig the milwaukee archdiocese gave people of all faiths the opportunity to bury their loved ones in a community crypt as part of "all souls day."the cremated
cross cemetery on 76th and nash.archbishop jerome listecki held mass before
the urns were buried. the milwaukee police department will recognize both officers and citizens that went above and beyond in the community tonight at the fall merit awards ceremony.one of the award recipients includes a man that tried to rescue a drowning baby.the ceremony starts at six at the milwaukee police academy. turning to the weather... the gray returned today, but it won't last for long. expected to return tomorrow with some warmer temps. 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 will linger this evening, completely exiting the area by
officials say it's set to be ready for the 2018-19 school year. tomorrow brewers fans get their chance to hear from the crew's general manager david stearns and manager craig counsell.they're once again holding "inside the brewers" at miller park.the free event is open to everyone.stearns and counsell will talk about the state of the franchise and their vision for the future. parking opens at six tomorrow night, the event starts at seven. it will soon be even easier to bike around milwaukee.10 new bublr bike stations will open tomorrow.is will bring the total number of bublr bike stations to 57.that more than doubles the 28 stations operating around the city a year ago. the schedule has been released for when you can take the christmas trian express to santa's workshop.the east troy railroad museum will take families for the depot to santa's workshop at the elegant farmer in mukwonago
will be able to visit with santa, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate and take home a small gift. you can buy tickets online. a red kettle rip-off in milwaukee.. coming up new on live at six. the salvation army says a man was impersonating one of thier bell ringers.. tonight.. the warning about the con-artist trying to take advantage of your holiday spirit. that's new on live at six. still ahead on live at 4-30... the major company two brothers are hoping to compete against with life-saving drug. also ahead... it going to be a busy travel season this thankgiving.how many people are expected to take to the air during the holiday. johnson:
social security is a legal ponzi scheme.
risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he
just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
launched their version in 20-13.the product was a success initially, but they voluntarily recalled it because there was a problem with the dosage delivery.they say they've addressed that problem. "fully robotic production assembly line. 100 quality checks on each auvi-q so we can ensure consistent and reliable delivery."the edwards brothers hope to have their product available sometime next year.the price hasn't been set but they hope to make epipen. if you're flying over the thanksgiving holiday you can expect it to be more crowded than usual.airline trade group "airlines for america" estimates more than 27-millon people will fly from november 18th through the 29th.the busiest day is predicted to be the sunday after thanksgiving. airlines are preparing by adding more seats through larger planes and additional flights amazon is rolling out a new chat-style reading app for
rapids and features hundreds of illustrated short stories written in chat-style.the app is available for free with a two-week trial on i-o-s, android, and amazon fire devices.parents can subscribe to a special intro rate of 2-99 per month by visiting rapids dot amazon dot com. today is the day baseball fans and taco lovers have been waiting for... free tacos at taco bell.thanks to the lindor stealing a base in game one of the world series... everyone gets a free doritos locos taco from now until 6 p-m.you don't have to get anything to get the taco, but when they're gone... they're
six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks 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
high pressure approaches, 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
we are now ?less than a week? away from the election bringing you daily fact-checks on the presidential candidates with our politi-fact partners. first... does donald trump really want ?guns? in the classroo as hillary clinton claims? "he's even said on his very first day in office he would require every school in america to let people carry guns into our classrooms." clinton attacked trump on the second amendment at a rally in ohio monday..politi-fact found that trump ?did? say he would get rid of ?gun-free? zones at school noting that it would get signed on his ?first day? in office.trump now says ?trained teachers? should have guns in the classroom... so they rated clinton's claim ?true?.. as for trump...he continues to knock clinton for her honesty...or lack thereof...
investigation into hillary clinton...and discovered another 650,000 emails." trump continued his rail against clinton's e-mails at a rally in michigan monday. politi-fact found that 650-thousand e-mails ?were discovered? in a separate investigation, but it is ?unclear? how many are related to clinton or are duplicates. plusedia reports indicate the f-b-i is ?only? looking at a ?small? portio claim ?half true?... up next...what happened to an expecting mother in a florida hospital parking lot that landed her with a more than 7- thousand-dollar bill.also up next...how one daring cubs fan showed their pride at a famous
when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
a florida woman who gave
birth in a hospital parking lot is getting charged a delivery room fee... even though she never made it to the room. "we drove up my husband ran out and i said she's crowning and her head came out."the woman's husband delivered the baby as nurses ran out to help delivery the baby.fast forward seven months later and she's being charged more than seven- thousand-dollars for the full delivery room fee. th comment. the environmental protection agency says fuel economy in the u-s is at a record high. the average mile per gallon on 20-15 model-year vehicles n about 25-miles.mazda had the highest average of 29-point-6 miles per gallon while fiat chrysler had the lowest at 20-point-8 miles per gallon.. it's do or die tonight for both the cleveland indians and chicago cubs in game seven of
last night's win... one cubs fan raised the iconic "w" flag in enemy territory.the daring fan raised the flag outside of cleveland's rock n' roll hall of fame.if the cubs win tonight, it will be their first world series victory since 19-08 and for the indians... 19-48. ( toss to break ) when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting
back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition
i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security,
thanks for joining us at 4-30. the news continues with live at five.
next. from traffic tickets.. why milwaukee courts are forgiving hundreds of outstanding warrants.. live at 5 starts now.. right now at five: a 17- year-old girl struck and killed by a school bus. tonight, the teen's mother has a message to all bus drivers. the mother of marisol cevallos believes if drivers were more careful, her daughter might
reaction from the girl's family. the family tells me she was walking to her bus stop to get to rufus king high school... when the honor roll student was suddenly struck and killed the family of marisol cevallos tells me she was looking forward finishing out her senior year at rufus king high school.she had just posed for her senior photo. she was all excited for everything coming up prom going to college the 17-year-old's fu marisol planned to enlist in the army reserve and study to become a doctor.she was a talented violinist, with the milwaukee youth symphony orchestranats playing violin this is her playing in her family's mariachi band.more nats playing violinpolice are now investigating how a bus driver with a spotless record for 25 years, could have struck and killed her.it happened at ninth and oklahoma during dark and rainy conditions.six elementary students were on the bus when
mother is too overcome with grief to speak on camera, her family shared her message: she just wants to make aware that bus drivers need more time to take students to and from school they need to be really really aware especially early in the morning when its dark out and its raining that driver will not be working according to her bus company, while police investigate.police have not told us what the driver said happened during her interview. we also checked to see how rufus h handling this sudden loss.. a spokesperson told us they have no comment\live at ninth and oklahoma avenue julia fello todays tmj four. decision 2016 coverage now: the latest marquette
shows where hillary clinton and donald trump stand in wisconsin with six days left in the campaign. that poll shows the race ?tightenin since last month. but only ?slightly?.charles benson is here with the numbers, and what they tell us. too close to call in the senate race and a six point lead in presidential race. on the russ feingold and ron johnson rematch it's close - really close . feingold leads johnson 45 t0 44 poll.hillary 46-to 40. the poll was taken as news broke about the fbi taking a renewed interest in clinton's email. it does not appear to have had any impact with clinton supporters.voters were asked if they were bothered by clinton's private email issue - 50 percent said bothered a lot - 23 percent said bothered a little - 26 percent not all. that number moved up on friday when the fbi news that number moved up on friday when the fbi news broke but bounced
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