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video, hillary clinton with the fbi taking a new look at her emails. now, add in character, 68% of the poll don't think clinton is honest. 61% say the same for trump. but 59% say clinton is qualified to be president, 35% for trump. >> how do people weigh those traits about the candidates which do largely favor her against their partisan opinions, their partisan loyalties, and candidate of the other party. >> one point separates drastic russ feingold and ron johnson in a match. johnson holds a 46-40% over feingold, a few weeks ago it was feingold 44, to 37 over johnson. >> if you have a one-point race, practically any group can determine the outcome of the race by shifting just a little bit.
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bit more volatile. >> one more number for you, trump has alleged a rigged election, nearly 7 out of 10 voters polled feel very confident or somewhat confident their votes will be accurately counted. hillary clinton's former rival is in milwaukee campaigning on her behalf. a live look from turner hall where bernie sanders is speaking at a rally. the latest surrogate stopping in wisconsin before election day. donald trump made several stops in florida last night. urging early voters to change their ballots if they're having buyer's remorse after voting for hillary clinton. the race for the u.s. senate is causing a headache for the wisconsin humane society. >> rikki mitchell is live with why the organization is bombarded with phone calls about an ad that supports russ feingold. >> charles, carole, this ad that you may be seeing on tv was created by the humane society
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to make it very clear that they have absolutely nothing to do with that group. >> russ feingold has always been a friend to animals, and wildlife conservation. >> this ad airing in support of russ feingold caused more than 100 angry people to contact the wisconsin humane society. >> one woman wrote, since you are endorsing russ feingold, you don't need my donation anymore. we never endorse candidates in elections. >> the humane society legislative f political advocacy group, also known as a super pack, operating as a 501-c-4. >> engaging in political advocacy. >> the doctor teaches political science at cardinal university, he says the ads with be confusing, because the candidates actually have no say in them whatsoever. >> so, they can do the advertising for or against a campaign, however, they don't have to call -- it is against
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>> and senator ron johnson has the vision to get us there. >> this super pack ad for ron johnson paid by a 501-c-4. because of the ad, the group responsible for this ad added a disclaimer to its web site, saying, quote, what's more, hsls is in no way affiliated with the wisconsin humane society or other local organion generally are expressly prohibited from making candidate endorsements. >> and the wisconsin humane society says it's afraid that this ad might affect their donations, and adoption numbers, and this week, they said they have noticed a drop in donations different from -- a drop in adoptions, that is, different from what they're normally used to. they're hoping it's not related to this ad. reporting live, rikki mitchell, today's tmj4. >> today's tmj4 is your station
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decision 2016 coverage starts on live at 4:00, tuesday. a milwaukee high school senior is struck, and killed by a school bus. >> it happened near 9th and oklahoma on the south side. she was in the crosswalk when she was struck. her mother is speaking to a family member. she urged bus drivers to be as careful as possible. >> bus drivers need more time to take school. >> she was an honor student at rufus king high school. the bus driver was interviewed by police. right now no charges filed. a new warning about a red kettle ripoff. the salvation army says this man is impersonating one of their bell-ringers, he was spotted collecting money outside the wal-mart on silver spring drive using a red kettle stolen from that same store last year. the salvation army says there are some things you should look
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>> the salvation army volunteers, bell ringers that will be out there will always have a badge that will say the salvation army. they may have an apron like this that says the salvation army. i even have a bell that they may have that says salvation army. >> if you recognize the man in this picture, call milwaukee police, the salvation army's 2016 red kettle campaign begins friday. after hours of debate, the board of supervisors voted to move forward with milwaukee county drivers a new $30 wheel tax. eric ross live with more on the controversial decision. >> the board had to vote twice. the first time around a 3-3 vote. if you're asking yourself, how does something like that happen, because the board has seven members, one of those board members was absent when the initial vote was cast. she was dealing with a personal matter at the time. when she returned, a second vote
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board supervisors approved the $30 wheel tax fee in addition to a 1.56% tax levy increase. >> no one wants to vote for a wheel tax. no one wants any wheel tax. i'm sure we would all like to vote for zero. but what that means is that transit system would be in shambles, it means that road projects would stall. >> now, you may recall county executive chris abele wanted a $60 wheel tax fee, that was axed the new $30 fee, if approved, would generate more than $13 million in revenue next year, and that revenue would go towards transportation improvement projects, as well as helping to bail out the troubled park's department, which is currently facing a $2.5 million budget deficit. the official budget is set to be voted on next week. for now, the latest, reporting
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downtown. somebody new at the milwaukee fieldhouse. >> bringing more than 15 years of counter terrorism experience in his new role as special agent in charge. >> shannon sims talked to him about his vision for the milwaukee office. >> he knew early on he wanted to be in law enforcement, to protect and serve runs in his blood. his grandfather, the first to inspire him. >> this is my grandfather's appointment letter to the bureau of prohibition, a agent. >> stories of raiding breweries, and seeing the work his father did as an assistant prosecutor in new jersey set him on a path to become a dea agent, and later a special agent for the fbi in 1998. >> obviously being in new york on 9/11 was probably one of the greatest impact, certainly was a shift in what i did, as well as the fbi on a whole. >> from new york, to london, now milwaukee, leading the division.
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in the last 6 months, milwaukee agents have thwarted a number of terrorist plots in our own backyard. >> we're seeing individuals, or groups of people, being inspired, mainly through social media, or different internet sites, and then taking it upon themselves once they've adopted those radical views to self-mobilize. >> two weeks ago his agents rescued the highest number of sex workers in a nationwide sting. >> a greater function of forward. we have more statistics in terms of child rescues, but it's really because law enforcement here is committed to attacking the problem. >> going forward, he plans to continue the work being done, and to support, by example, the men and women, who make up the milwaukee division. >> the best part of my job, apart from having a great view, is, really, getting to work with a fantastic bunch of people, who
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the work that they do. >> welcome to town. >> exactly. >> another injury, for the packers secondary. >> lance allan will tell us who is out ahead in sports. >> next, a possible hate crime near wisconsin college campus. how the school hopes to generate new leads in this murder case. >> john: it's been a cool, cloudy and wet day across southeastern wisconsin, waterford, almost an inch of new rain. jefferson county, kenosha county, pa 41/100ths. a couple showers popping up in walworth, moving east, 25 miles per hour. if you're going out this evening, you'll need that umbrella, 50? at 8:00, dropping to 49 at 10:00.
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you're watching today's tmj4th benson, and john malan, and lance allan, sports. a $20,000 reward is offered for information in the murder of a student from saudi arabia. he died after being beaten sunday morning in downtown menomonee. >> this is just not normal. this isn't system normal for us. this isn't something that we
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it's outside the character of the community. >> police are investigating the case as a possible hate crime. >> uw madison said it will be referencing policies after a fan wore an offensive costume to saturday's badger's football game. a picture of a man wearing a president obama mask with a noose around his neck hit social media. the university wants to make sure sil happen in the future. a wet wednesday, the rain is clearing out in your storm team 4cast. >> ready to roll, find out how it will be much easier for you to ride your bike in the johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street 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
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e cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. thiss 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 in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere
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s a mexican. claiming a 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. 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,
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senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. more bubler bikes are going to milwaukee. ten new stations, expanding the offerings beyond downtown, bringing the total to 57 bublr locations. >> ticket sales start saturday for march madness in milwaukee. the bradley center is hosting first and second round games.
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17th. >> global warming are topics tonight. politifact. >> here's what senator feingold spent 18 years politician. he lost in 2010 and got 8,000 for stanford university. >> feingold's time at stanford school of law. politifact says the map works out, but it ignores what work he did out of class. >> as an instructor, you're not paid to lecture, you're paid to do office hours, grade papers, do preparations for your class, and a whole host of different
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his claim mostly false. >> believed there's man made rolling climate change. >> that claim made between feingold and the journal sentinal's editorial board. a look at what he said on the record and found some inconsi inconsistencies. >> the inconsistent comes in where he says there is probably a role, there could be a role, but it's minor at best and not substantial, and he comes back and res man-made role in climate change, that's why we rated this one mostly true. >> you can read all those stories online. >> "storm team 4," a live look, it looked cool and wet earlier, mother nature relented a little bit this afternoon. chief meteorologist john malan shows us when we will get back to the 60s. john? >> john: we were actually technically 64 this morning. all day in the 50s, and cool.
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so, even though the record books say we were at 64, that was right after midnight. the 60s to our south. those will return in the daylight hours over the next few days, right now, we're at 54? in milwaukee, dew point 51, north winds at 10 miles per hour. rainshowers falling through the area, 52 in port washington, 54 waukesha, 52 west bend, another 54 fond du lac, beaver dam, down in racine, and kenosha. we're watching the radar very cly, scattered through the area, moving from west to east. at about 25 miles per hour. notice the couple lightning bolts down here in walworth county, back into rock county between janesville and lake geneva heading into the "yes" or "no" elk horn air. rumbles of thunder south of milwaukee, clouds back through minnesota and iowa. it is going to be tough to break those overnight. we will see some breaks towards
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and be gone by midnight. sunny to partly cloudy skies for tomorrow, with more clouds early. clearing out tomorrow night, and then right on into friday, plenty of sunshine. tonight, we're cloudy, and we're looking at scattered showers, ending by midnight, could hear a rumble of thunder to the south of milwaukee, and racine county, walworth and kenosha counties light northerly winds, 47, and 58 tomorrow, patchy fog in the morning, and b sunny, high to 58?, average high this time of year, 53, and warmer into friday. mostly sunny skies, high 60?. again, very, very dry. saturday, sunday, looking spectacular, 62 saturday, with some sunshine, 63 on sunday, don't forget to turn your clocks back saturday night, into sunday morning. and monday, still beautiful, sunshine, and 61?. showers could return late on tuesday, and then it looks like
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temperatures on that 7-day are well above normal.'ll
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welcome back. jordy nelson limited in practice with a hand injury. quentin rollins returned to practice, and resigned, but, who was with the team in the pre-season. rod burks is in green bay. >> reporter: he's a rookie that the packers have high hopes for. or the loss to atlanta falcons with a long punt return and his first nfl touchdown meeting, his role with the packers offense is starting to grow. >> it's a lot. like i said, going into it, you definitely think about it a lot. like when am i going to finally get that first pitch, finally get to make a play, all you want to do is help the team win. finally getting that, and showing something. >> yeah, i mean, he's continuing
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technique. as far as the playbook goes, make sure understanding what we're trying to accomplish. >> it's good for him. like i said, they've put in a lot of work, done it the right way, had the training camp, and practicing at games to where you want them to kind of get rewarded for that and keep their energy level up. >> been waiting for it. and like we're almost in one of the interviews, once you get your make the best of it. we put our best foot forward. >> davis and allison had big plays last week against the fal falcons. let's see if they can continue sunday against the colts. i'm rod burks, today's tmj4. the cubs and the indians will make history, game 7 of the world series, seems both of tonight's starters realize how they need to approach the game that could break a whole lot of
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dream. you dream of getting in the world series, when you're out in your backyard as a kid, playing little league with your friends, this is the moment you dream about, game 7, 3-2, two outs, bottom of the 9th. >> and not treating it more than just each game as another game and try and go out and win that day. >> should be historic. back to the i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. pack, i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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>> john: showers around this evening. the next hour, hour-and-a-half, you could hear a rumble of thunder, 50? at 8:00. and sticking right around through 10:00 tonight. >> what a difference a day makes. thanks for joining us. thanks for joining us. >> good night.
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what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. 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.
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that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. with the straight scoop on the packers from the man who knows them best. it's the mike mccarthy show with larry mccarren and the coach of the green bay packers, mike mccarthy. >> hello, everyone, and welcome the headline act is the packers upcoming game against the indianapolis colts and, mike, i think they qualify as an unfamiliar opponent, but there's a familiar name on the colts. his name, andrew luck. what have you seen from the quarterback? >> well, i mean, obviously a special talent. one of the best players in the league. uncommon opponent like you've already stated. frankly doing some offseason work on these guys, getting ready for the hall of fame game.


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