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now at six-- camping for a cause.what this group is calling for this morning, and how you can help also -- breaking news now-- the search for a 10 year old reported missing out of milwaukee.a description of the boy and where he was last seen. and taking a live look at radar -- we are under a flash flood watch ... brian gotter on how much rain to expect this morning welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim. want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was hot and very humid with highs in the low 90s, heat indices near 100, and a few t'storms in the afternoon. t'storms and
overnight, and we continue to see scattered t'showers this morning with lows in the mid 70s. today will be cloudy and very humid with a high near 80 this morning, but scattered t'storms and downpours will keep us in the mid 70s the rest of the day. a flash flood watch has been issued for all of se wisconsin until midnight tonight! the rain finally tapers off after lows near 70. flash flooding can catch drivers off guard.one area that sees a rush of water first -- an underpass.we're at --------- cars can get stuck in the floodwaters.so what should you do if see an area with a lot of standing water -- use caution and do not attempt to drive through it.
into floodwaters if you don't know how deep the water is . right now -- more rain is forecasted off and on throughout the day. roads this morning crash 894 north at lincoln ave in the zipper merge traffic still able to get through speeds are below or near posted, watching the roads many drivers are following dot's urge to give yourself extra space between yourself and other drivers as well as reducing speed on the roads tonight reds versus the brewers at 7:10 at miller park expect delays during the
94 east and west bound breaking right now...milwaukee police are looking for a young boy.his name is sean colon -- he's ten years old.take a good look at him. police are telling us he's about 4 feet tall and 70 pounds -- he was last seen in a white tank top and black shorts.we've got all this information on our facebook page -- so please share this with your friends when you log on this morning. this is the area where sean was last seen -- on the north side.i want to give you a close look at this neighborhood. this is 28th and glendale -- police are telling us he was last seen here -- playing with some of his friends near his house. we just got some new information in from milwaukee police -- he was last seen police -- he was last seen by a relative at 8:30 -- police
was with right now.susan? beyond wisconsin... an unknown number of people are still missing this morning - following a deadly blast at an apartment building outside of washington d-cat least two people died in the explosion -- and dozens more were injured.most of the people hospitalized have been released.investigators do not think there e survivors. new this morning-- despite growing support to legalize marijuana -- the obama administration has decided it will remain illegal.today's decision keeps pot on the list of drugs classified as dangerous -- such as l-s-d and heroin.the adminstration will allow more research into its medical uses.25 states and the district of columbia have approved the use of drug as medicine. zika alert.federal health officials continuing to warn pregnant women to avoid the so-
zika cases spread by mosquitoes rises to 25students returning to school in that area will be allowed to wear pants and long sleeved shirts that don't match their school uniformsmosquito repellent is banned. decision 20-16donald trump heads to the battleground state of pennysylvania ... a day after his runng mate mike pence stumped in wisconsin.the indiana governor was caught a little off guard by one child's question in lacrosse.needs to . promise you.kid: how big is that wall?mason let me tell you... as big as it needs to be .. i promise you. pence referring to the border wall along the us-mexico border as proposed by donald trump.pence made two stops in the badger state -- lacrosse and milwaukee. democrat hillary clinton is
campaigning ... but could release her 20-15 tax return as soon as today.its part of a coordinated effort to pressure her opponent donald trump to release his returns.vice presidential nominee tim kaine also plans to release ten years of his returns. happening now: a gathering of community groups to raise money for underpriveledged kids in our community. they've been camped out overnight... collecting money and school supplies. pete zervakis is live at m-l-k and north with details. it's called the "sleepover for education." as y can see... representatives from charities and advocacy groups here in our areaare camping out on this corner. they started last night around 7. while they're here... they're encouraging people to stop by and donate school supplies. you can also give a
says all donations dropped off will go to m-p-s schools with kids in need... to get those children started off on the right foot for a new school year. it's not too late to donate. the sleepover for education runs until 7 a-m. live...pz... tmj4. the cosmic driving range tour pulls into silver spring golf club today in menomonee falls. it's looks like aross between golf and a pinball machine. after dark... they roll out the glow balls... and golfers aim at targets that light up when hit. there are also games and different challenges for players. proceeds from the event will go to special olympics athletes in waukesha and washington counties. you do have to sign up for a time slot tonight or tomorrow evening. we've got a link set
what a night in rio for team u-s-a..the americans continued their dominance in the pool.. while simone biles left little doubt she is the best female gymnast in the world.. jay gray is live in olympic park with a look back at the action from last night and a look ahead to this point here in rio.. the word has no answer for the americans.. their dominance last night bringing some of the athletes to tears.. tears..athletes to of the athletes to tears.. it was a magic.. and emotional night for team u-s-a in rio.. simone biles and ally raisman in tears after finishing one- two in the women's all-around finals..simone manuel
gold in the 100-meter free.. the first female african american swimmer ever to win an individual medal..inspired performances continued in the pool..ryan murphy with gold in the men's 200-backstroke.. michael phelps winning the 22nd gold of his career in the 200-im..s/ michael phelps / usa swimming:30 - :32"i'm just living a dream come true." while kayla harrison was a nightmare for opponents... winning her second consecutive gold in judo - confirming she's the best judoka in u-s history.."to carry on looking to add more gold to their olympic legacies.. michael phelps and katie ledecky will be back in the pool later today.. another high-profile another high-profile olympic sport -track and field- gets started today as well..i'm jay gray in
beyond wisconsin--is it ever too late to change your baby's name?a maryland couple did just that -- three months after their daughter was born. carri kessler and her husband chose the name "ottilie" after a friend in the u-k.but they soon found out-- it sounded better with a british accent... and people had couple sent a mass email to family and friends... informing them they changed their daughter's name to margo. so far - they say they reaction has been very positive. in today's money:a major company going to new lenghts to attract workers. xerox lists 235 work-from-home opportunites on its website. the list ranges from customer care assistants to data scientists.some of the job listings are for a specific
of se wisconsin until midnight tonight! the rain finally tapers off after midnight with lows near 70.because of the rain, the weekend now looks to be isolated pop up showers saturday afternoon. highs on saturday will be near 80 and humid. sunday is a little less humid, with more sunshine and highs near 80. monday looks beautiful with highs in the upper 70s near the lake, to lower 80s inland. the rest of the week looks sunny and warm with highs in the mid 80s. there is a chance for t'showers on tuesday and friday.
trump's team sits down trump's team today, donald today, donald trump's team sits down with the republican party - for an important meeting.meanwhile, the probe continues into whether a state department official crossed the line working for the clinton foundation.tracie potts joins us live from washington with more-- tracie... "barack obama is the founder."
down, claiming the president is responsible for isis."i told the truth . i told the truth. actually, a lot of people like that i said it."as trump campaigns in pennsylvania today, his staff is meeting with the republican party in florida.despite reports the party's frustrated with their nominee, team calls today's meeting routine.what's not routine: more than 70 party insiders going public, urging the g-o-p to give up on trump and redirect their money to struggling lawmakers up for election."he refuses to do what every other presidential candidate in decades has done and release his tax returns."
years worth and says last year's is coming soon.her campaign is responding to a report that one of her top aides at the state department did double-duty for the clinton foundation. "the american people are tired of the pay to play politics in washington, d.c."in a statement, the clinton campaign says aide cheryl mills volunteered for the foundation on her own time. the campaign insists she paid for that trip to new york out of pocket. they allegations of a conflict of interest "absurd."i'm tracie potts in washington, you. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --your olympic
in your olympic update-- here's a look at the current medal count this morning.the u-s is still in the lead with second with 30.japan still in third with 22.russia fourth at 19 medals.and great britain moves into the top five with 16.the u-s also has the most gold medals at 16. some olympians are proving you're never too young to set a goal-- and make it happen. take a look at this picture aly raisman retweeted.an old friend of hers posted it... it's an old camp yearbook with a column that says "in 20
now at 6:30-- deadly hit and run.a driver hit a woman and took off.the vehicle milwaukee police are searching for this morning. also ahead this morning-- college campus warning.the two recent crimes that have a local police department going door to door... with a reminder for students today. at the radar this morning. some potentially heavy rain is moving through our area-- the cities and towns under a flash flood watch ?right now? and when the worst weather is expected to move in. welcome to live at daybreak. 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
yesterday was hot and very humid with highs in the low 90s, heat indices near 100, and a few t'storms in the afternoon. t'storms and downpours moved into the area overnight, and we continue to see scattered t'showers this morning with lows in the mid 70s. today will be cloudy and very humid with a high t'storms and downpours will keep us in the mid 70s the rest of the day. a flash flood watch has been issued for all of se wisconsin until midnight tonight! the rain finally tapers off after midnight with lows near 70. flash flooding can catch drivers off guard.one area
first -- an underpass.we're at --------- cars can get stuck in the floodwaters.so what should you do if see an area with a lot of standing water -- use caution and do not attempt to drive through it. experts say it's a bad decision to drive your vehicle into floodwaters if you don't know how deep the water is right now -- more rain is forecasted off and on
happening now: as the marquette campus prepares for anot university's police force has an important message for students about safety. pete zervakis is live with an alert for everyone living near campus. the marquette police department sent out a tweet saying officers are going door to door at off campus apartments and houses... telling students to make sure they lock their doors at all
basic advice. but according to mupd's daily log of calls... there were two reported burglaries just off campus this week. at both locations - in the area of 17th and kilbourne - the residences were ?unlocked. so it appears m-u-p-d wants to give students a refresher on the importance of locking up.... before classes at marquette start back up on the 29th. live...pz... tmj4 happenno are looking for a deadly hit and run driver.authorities say the suspt hit a 63-year-old woman thursday night as she walked near 91st and applon firefighters tried to save her, but she died at the scene. the suspect was driving a small black s-u-v.if you know anything, call police. the man accused of causing a crash that killed an 8- year-o child and his grandmother ... will be in back in court today.police say marvin anthony was driving a
sign at 39th and hadley back in may.the 19-year-old claims he ran the stop sign because he thought he saw someone holding a gun the milwaukee police department is looking to fill more than 30 dispatcher positions.m-p-d is hosting two open houses.the first one is tomorrow from 12 to four.the second is august 23rd from four to eight.the open houses will be held at the emergency operations center on the 3rd floor of m-p-d district three-- that's at 49th and lisbon. hain district judge in texas is considering stopping a transgender directive from president obama.earlier this year -- president obama said when it comes to school bathrooms kids should be allowed to use the restroom of the gender they identify with, which is not necearily th gender they were born. the judge in texas may not rule immediately -- but is expected to possibly put obama's order on hold -- wisconsin is among the 13 states named on the lawsuit. keep in mind -- there was another federal lawsuit filed against the kenosha school
ashton whitaker was born female, but identifies as a male -- the lawsuit says tremper high school officials won't let him use the boys bathroom. schools that don't comply with the president's directive could lose funding.susan? milwaukee archbishop jerome listecki is doing okay this morning -- following a severe allergic reaction that put him in the hospital.the archbishop tells us he was accidentally given robitussin acetaminophen.he said it only took seconds before his throat started to swell.another priest found him and grabbed the annointing oil.the archbishop says his guardian angel was working overtime. packers extra.the n-f-l is playing defense -- after a lawyer sued the league over the canceled hall of fame game. two wisconsin fans are part of the suit.the packers and colts were supposed to play sunday , but the game was 'called off' due to poor field conditions. the plaintiffs say they
misconduct by the nfl the green bay packers start their preseason tonight against the cleveland browns. due to olympics coverage on n- b-c.. the game can be seen on w-m-l-w.coverage starts at seven. the regular season starts on september 11th. tonight is free shirt friday at miller park.here's a look at tonight's shirt.. highlighting all things milwaukee.all fans with a ticket will get a shirt. first pitch is at 7:10. up next on live at daybreak on today's -- the four 'throwback' acts hitting the state fair stage tonight.then -- big splurge. the one thing this lottery winning grandma plans to buy
yesterday was hot and very humid with highs in the low 90s, heat indices near 100, and a few t'storms in the afternoon. t'storms and downpours moved into the area overnight, and we continue to see scatred t'showers this morning with lows in the mid 70s. today will be cloudy and very humid with a high near 80 this morning, but scattered
rest of the day. a flash flood watch has been issued for all of se wisconsin until midnight tonight! the rain finally tapers off after midnight with lo near 70. check your powerball tickets. someone who purchased a ticket in racine has 50-thousand dollars coming their way.here are the numbers from wednesday's drawing.the local 50-thousand dollar winner
the ticket was purchased at pick n save on douglas in racine. a 95 year old woman in connecticut is making ?modest plans for how to spend her 30- thousand dollar lottery winnnings.ursula mccafferty says she wants to buy a new cell phone... with quote "one where you can actually see the pictures."she won the prize playing a scratch game last week.she also plans to share the winnings with her 12 grandchildren. this weekend chance to get out to the wisconsin state fair.tonight is "i love the 90's night" shoop a doop ... dont you know i want to shoop ... salt-n-pepa is back. they'll be joined by color me badd, coolio and rob base.the jam packed show starts at 7
astronomists say this year is going to be even better. here's why -- jupiter is closer to the debris field and the largest planet in the solar system is helping to make more of those meteors visible.some are predicting at it's peak -- the shower will be three times stronger than usual. if you're at the state fair -- might be a little tough to see because you're so close to the city lights -- you're best bet is to get to a rural area. beyond wisconsin... we're waiting condition of a 3 year old boy... who fell off a wooden roller coaster in pennsylvania. officials say the toddler was riding the coaster with his older brother... it did not require seat belts.this is the third time a child has been involved in a amusement park accident in the u-s... in just the last week. new information coming to light about the florida officer who accidentally shot a 73-year old woman at a citizen police academy.the punta gorda chief of police
was investigated last year for an arrest in which his police dog mauled a suspect for two minutes.coel is currently on adminstrative leave . lawrence iversity in appleton is warning students -- after several brown recluse spiders were spotted on campus. the venomous spider has only been found in one building so far.a pest control company believes the spider hitchhiked into the state -- meaning it's probably not an infestation but it is wisconsin.a spider bite from a recluse can be dangerous ... even causing huge ulcersthe biggest place to watch out for the recluse are dark places like clothes hampers and shoes. in today's tech-- mark your calendars.the new iphone could be unveiled at an apple event on september 7th.that's according to a bloomberg reporter.the new features are rumored to include a larger camera lens for better
cops on the rooftops of area donut shops. members of law enforcement will be staking out dunkin donuts locations throught the state today. it's an annual fundraiser for special olympics wisconsin. the officers are collecting cash for for the law enforcement torch run. any guest who makes a donation in nearly 50-thousand dollars last year to support athletes with mental challenges. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was hot and very humid with highs in the low 90s, heat dices ar 100, and a few t'storms in the afternoon. t'storms and downpours moved into the area overnight, and we continue to see scattered owert'shthis morning with lows in the mid
this morning, but scattered t'storms and downpours will keep us in the mid 70s the rest of the day. a flash flood watch has been issued for all of se wisconsin until midnight tonight! the rain finally tapers off after midnight with lows near 70.because of the rain, the weekend now looks to be more humid, and a few isolated pop up showers saturday saturday will be near 80 and humid. sunday is a little less humid, with more sunshine and highs near 80. monday looks beautiful with highs in the upper 70s near the lake, to lower 80s inland. the rest of the week looks sunny and warm with highs in the mid 80s. there is a chance for t'showers on tuesday and
right now in your 4 to know-- milwaukee police are looking for this 10-year-old boy -- his name is sean colon. take a good look at him -- he is about four feet tall and 70 pounds.he was wearing a white tank top and black shorts when he was last seen. this is the area where sean was last seen -- on the north side. police are telling us he was last seen by a relative -- playing with some of his friends near his house. that was at about 8:30 last night -- but as of this morning no sign of him. investigators are interviewing his friends and family members right now.susan? happening now-- an alert for marquette university students living in off-campus apartments. m-u police say they are going to go door to door reminding students to keep their apartments ?locked.
burglaries this week. in both cases-- apartment doors were left ?unlocked. firefighters say a large bank of lithium ion batteries is to blame for a fire at an electric company in franklin. they say the batteries are extremely dangerous and hard to put out because of how they react with water.one firefighter was injured fighting the blazethe cause of the fire is still under investigation.the damage may exceed two million dollars. starting october 1st, it will be illegal to talk on a handheld driving through a construction zone in wisconsin.the d-o-t says the rules are simple ... if you see orange cones .. put down the phone..violators face fines up to 40 dollars for a first offense and a hundred dollars for future offenses. you're taking a live look at rio de janeiro this morning-- where team usa will be competing to keep their ?winning ways going today. your olympic update is your olympic going today.
38-medals.china remains in second with 30.japan still in third with 22.russia fourth at 19 medals.and great britain moves into the top five with 16.the u-s also has the most gold medals at 16. the athletes part of team u-s-a are cheering each other on as they compete for gold. take a look at this tweet gold medalist katie ledecky sent to her roommate "simone manuel" after she tied for gold in the 100 meter freestyle.it reads in part... "i'm shaking... so proud of you." first african american woman to win an individual olympic swimming gold. and take a look at this message aly raisman retweeted. her teammates "madison kocian" and "laurie hernandez" sent her a note... congratulating aly after she won silver in the women's individual all-around.the girls wrote -- in part... "we've looked up to you from the beginning of our elite caers and you've inspired us in so many ways." this is aly's second time in the olympics... and laurie and maddie's first. see you in 25 minutes for yo next check on weather and
tears of joy, a gold and emotional night for team u.s.a. >> mel presidents has done it again. >> michael phelps grabs his fourth gold in rio and 22nd of with ryan locke tee. >> sam moan manuel wins gold, the first african-american woman to medal in an individual swimming event ever. that race ending in a dead heat. >> it's a tie. it's a tie for the gold. >> and simone biles cements her place as the world's greatest gymnast with gold in the all around. her teammate aly raisman taking
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