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milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith has been arrested for sexual assault.dominque heaggan- brown's arrest has no connection to the shooting in the sherman park neighborhood. he is behind bars and suspended from the m-p-d.the district attorney continues to review the shooting death of smith and whether criminal charges are warranted in that case. and breaking packers news: e-s-p-n's adam schefter is reporting running back eddie
injured reserve today. lacy aggrivated the injury during sunday's game. the packers host the bears tonight at lambeau field. and... donald trump now says he will accept the results of next month's election... if he wins.while campaigning in ohio today, trump said if it's a close race, he wants to preserve his choice to challenge the results.some of his ardent supporters are saying it is "imperative" he accepts the results.challenger hillary clinton said during last night's debate that events are rigged against him. clouds lingered overnight along a cold front, with a gusty northerly breeze, and lows in the 40s and 50s. behind the cold front, today is partly to mostly cloudy and chilly with highs in the mid 50s, and a brisk nw wind at 10- 20 mph. bring a sweatshirt, or
game this evening at lambeau. it will be sunny and 52 for tailgating, and 52 for will be sunny and 52 for tailgating, and dropping into the low 40s by the end of the game. at least the wind will be light. to iraq, where the prime minister says the battle to retake the northern city of mosul from isis is going "more quickly than we thought."matt bradley reports from iraq. well it's still not clear exactly when the iraqi penetrating into mosul itself and again this is iraq's second largest city and this is iraq.reports from light. wind will be light. to iraq, where the prime minister says the battle to retake the northern city of mosul from isis is going "more quickly than we thought."matt bradley reports from iraq. well it's still not clear exactly when the iraqi security forces are gonna be
and again this is iraq's second largest city and this is really the super bowl of battles when it comes to islamic state being fought here in iraq.but we do know that this battle is going a pace.we've seen some advances yesterday and the day before and they're likely to be quite a bit of action today.the plan today is for the kurdish peshmerga to probably take some christian villages to the north and northeast and a little bit to the east of mosul as they pre and further into the city itself.but the iraqi security forces have added a new element to the battle and that's the counter-terrorism groups, these elite units were trained in the united states and they're prepared to really up the fight.these are the people who are gonna be actually moving into mosul self and bringing the fight to the heart of isis in mosul, in iraq's second largest city. "but the barrier ahead is going to be civilians. there are still 1.2 million civilians left in mosul and
human shields. matt bradley, nbc news, erbil." hundreds of families who have been caught in the crossfire of the wars in mosul, tikrit and other areas.. are flocking to a refugee camp near mosul. they're arriving by the busloads. volunteers have been giving them water and some supplies. the syrian military has announced a ceasefire to let trapped civilians leave aleppo. syrian state t-v has shown buses waiting for them.but rebels say it's a psychological campaign to get them to surrender.the rebels have offensive to break the takeover of aleppo. tonight, you're invited to a ceremony to honor the 25th anniversary of the vietnam memorial in veterans park on milwaukee's lakefront.it's the first celebration since the memorial was built back in 1991.the ceremony starts at five with an after party at on the northside the war king memorial. for your health now- the center for disease control now says pre-teens only need ?two?
two does is enough to protect against the human papillomavirus.. which causes a variety of cancers.and spacing the two doses a eyar apart is just as effective as giving them closely together. still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and.. also ahead... spooky... not scary. how to keep halloween fright in perspective for young children... and some ways you can help them get past their fears. that's next on live at 12-30.
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tailgating, and dropping into the low 40s by the end of the game. at least the wind will be light. friday morning will be a frosty start, especially ay from the lake, with lows in the mid to upper 30s, and highs will only get into the low 50s with a chilly nw wind. saturday morning is frosty once ai mid 30s, and it will be a sunny afternoon with highs near 60. sunday is beautiful with sunshine and highs in the low to mid 60s. the next chance for rain is not until tuesday afternoon. here's your prime time lineup on tmj4. superstore, good
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