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a big loss for the team? >> reporter: it certainly is. with james having knee surgery. lacy could be out three weeks. then the determination for his future would still less than ideal. it's likely the top two running-backs with zero carries in a packers uniform. at the risk of being negative. aaron rodgers needs a running
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thursday night will be greatly appreciated. >> reporter: parents angry about threats made to students over social media. >> reporter: the principal sent an email and automated email to let them know what's going on. but many parents and families are saying this is too late. >> i think it's disgusting the kids have to worry about these things. >> she is talking about threats and bullying. the principal of author elementary said they were made using an app that allows students to send messages anonymously. >> i would like to know what the situation was. was it a threat to another student or to the school?
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another student? >> reporter: the superintendent says the initial threat did not come from a district device, but another message was sent from one.e d thtrict says the threats not credible and assured families students are safe. >> obviously they have it under control. if they caught it, they are doing what they can. >> i want to switch schools. i feel like if that kid or knot iter kid came in the next and had any kind of weapon we would have no idea what was going on. >> several families believed the threat happened a few weeks ago. >> i'm assuming they knew something last week. >> the district says the superintendent was made aware of the most recent threat this morning and says there may have been an unrelated message last week. >> kids this age shouldn't have to deal with that. >> reporter: police say they
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they encourage parents to take a close look at the apps and programs their children are using. george: two milwaukee girls were among the girls rescued in operation cross-country. the teenaged sisters said their mother was their pimp. carole: if you have asked to call police. harley davidson said 225,000 employees will be laid off b the end of the year. they are cutting costs after a sluggish third quarter report. decision 2016. ron johnson and russ feingold met tonight in their second debate.?@ george: charles benson is here
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>> reporter: ron johns??non talking about his years of creating jobs in the private sector. that led to a heated exchange on raising the minimum wage. johnson opposes it.?@ >> all i said was you won't even raise the minimum wage one nickel. >> your positio y consistently against raising it at all. that's the regard within that's the fact. >> for johnson 43%, they had a favorable opinion. 30% unfavorable. 18% isn't heard enough about ron johnson. here are feingold's numbers. 45% favorable. 40%avor unfle and 13% hadn't
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trans-pacific partnership. feingold opposes it. johnson says hs waiting to learn more before making a final decision. >> wit@hout a doubt i can see this was the same kinds of thing, a deal that says to our companies in the united states that says why don't you move somewhere else where there is lower wages. you don't have to follow the environmental regulations, and senator johnson has refused to tell his position on it. judgment based on a 60-page wikileaks version of this thing. he does not understand the private sector and doesn't understand how important overseas markets, being able to ex for the to tour economy to wisconsin. >> in the last poll voters were asked if they think the candidates are honest.
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49% said yes about ron johnson. >> reporter: republican paul ryan says he will consider a request made by his opponent to he says he willempt top rearrange other scheduled events. it looks like wiscoin senator tammy baldwin was among hillary clinton's vice presidential contendsers. the list coming from wikileaks emails. in las vegas. the site of tomorrow's final debate showdown. george: donald trump stumped in an rally today. >> they want to rig the elections at the polling booth and voter fraud is all too common and they criticize us for
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final presidential debate takes place tomorrow night at 8:00 and you can watch it here live only today's tmj4. >> reporter: people in sherman park are working to change the feeling in the neighborhood after violence erupted there. >> reporter: about a dozen people came out to sherman park to talk about the issues they thought sparked the violence in the neighborhood. life has pretty much returns to normal. ivy morgan has owned his duplex for several years. the violence kept them on edge. people looted and set fire for businesses for two days after a milwaukee police officer shot and killed seville smith. they say a lot of people from outside the neighborhood caused
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with the consequences. >> i'm working on my car. >> reporter: they s racial bias in their neighborhood is real. >> i'm a tax paying citizen and he's a tax paying citizen but we are treated different. >> every time something happe they get shoved to t side issues. >> this is the first of what seymour hopes are more meetings. one thing everyone can agree on -- >> to say it'sr, i don't know. shannon: this new group is calling themselves the sherman park initiative. reporting live outside sherman park, rebecca clark.
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weather. rarely does that include throwing open all the windows. >> reporter: john malanould we see more of this coming? or at least i could get used to it. >> this has been an incredibly mild pattern starting saturday. 71 degrees there, 72 sunday. 80 yesterday. 7. one more mild day. we'll see 65. then look at the crashing temperatures towards friday when when you wake up in the morning hours you will see sunshine. 48 degrees. rollercoaster pattern hit us once again. i'll talk about that coming up in a few minutes. the color purple in politics. shannon: wisconsin is being called a mix of red and blue. but is it really?
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the bears. shannon: one of the i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. on healthcare, russ feingold will work with both parties to lower premiums and cut health care taxes. i want to do the hard work of improving the system so it works for middle class families. but in washington, senator ron johnson voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients.
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lance: one of the state's top-ranging volleyball steams has been disqualified from post-season play.
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volleyball team played in one too many tournaments, deeming them ineligible. the school district has since appealed the decision. >> it's hard because it's been such a fun team to play with all year. shannon: they are hoping to hear if their appeal was granted but time is running out. george: president obama hosted this final state dinner at the white house. comic jerry seinfeld and mario andretti. mario batali included carting plates from the kippen to a
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george * we discovered one party appears to have an advantage that comes with a struggle. >> reporter: the true i am of wisconsin elections, the more people who vote the better chance democrats have of winning. we looked at data from the last four november elections and discovered that legend is backed up by the numbers. >> reporter: in 2014 we saw there is no coasting to finish line. both republicans and democrats work until the last minute to get their faithful to the polls. >> you can't come out april and be relevant. >> reporter: in wisconsin the key to winning is motivation. >> we see a continues between mid-term elections and presidential. it's 500,000 or 600,000 more voters in presidential elections.
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the numbers and it helps explain why the 8 that elected president obama in 2008 and 2012 gave us governor walker in 2010 and 2014. in the 2010 election wisconsin democrats lost 82,000 voters compared to the 2008 presidential election. republican leaning turnout was dunes well. but only 145,000 less than in 2008. sat out. republicans became the majority. >> the conventional wisdom in wisconsin is there are more democrats here. it's simply a matter of tunning them out to vote. >> wisconsin is not as big a battleground as you think. the battle is consistently motivating voters who lean democrat. >> some of it is organic. presidential elections tend to dominate our lives in the
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gubernatorial or senate elections don't. democrats were better than that in 2014. republic cab leaning turnout was 148,000 votes lower. but enough democrats stayed home in a state that went blue for president went red for governor. so how.the state gop overcome that swing this time? a spokes says it's about winning over also turning out the republican base. a base charles franklin sees as older and better educated which makes them more reliable on every election day. >> the demographics work to advantage republicans to have relatively high turnout in both mid-terms and presidential years. >> if you want to slice it thin you could argue wisconsin is less of a battle ground than it
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both times the democratic candidate was the winner. >> it may not feel like halloween outside tonight. by the sure looks like it in river west. >> we found dueling haunted houses directly across the street from one another. they like to eat, drink and be scary. >> reporter: i'm glad my name wasn't on one of those signs there. shouldn't beau has been great. a warm october day today. normal high is 59 degrees. our record 84 in 1950. we can still get warm air this time of year. but look what's coming in from the north and west. the northwest had mid-60s, that's coming in for tomorrow.
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-- in minot. 57 here. upper 40s overnight. dew points are very low. that's how the temperature will drop off quickly. dry air in milwaukee county. we are not looking at much as far as the satellite-radar combination. grounds clutter popping up. but the clouds are mainly to our north and south and most of the rain i here is what's going on. the one front that passed through block all the moisture. we stay dry and clear overnight. sunny to partly cloudy. here comes the colder front. it rolls through thursday morning. we'll see sunshine. the cool air really settles in. for tonight, mostly clear skies, 48 degrees, winds will be very light. for tomorrow still a nice day,
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our average high, 59, sunny to partly cloudy skies. the cold air hits. thursday partly cloudy skies and a high of 56 as the winds turn to the north. it's incolder into friday. 51 degrees, morning frost also possible into saturday. 54, but we warm up to 60 sunday with plenty of sunshine. upper 60s to greet you next week as we get back to seasonal temperatures in the 50s. so this mild spell rolling on. but there is some colder air coming. shannon: lance allan explains
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>> as we mentioned earlier in the newscast. lacy looking for a second opinion on his ankle injury. they won't have sam shields f the foreseeable future. cornerback goes on injured reserve for his concussion issues. the hidden reason why the packers trade for?b nileie advice for a touchdown on the first play of the game for the chiefs. the post-season victory over the sexans. the packers can use some of that.
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chicago bears at lamboe field. one guy looking to turn things around. here is his take on what's been going wrong. >> i missed a couple that i'm hughesed to hitting. you take away the throwaways. and you know, being able to hit some things on some of those plays instead of tending and throwing the ball away is where we need to be. i have got to be know i can be, and we have to make sure we are as details as we can be. rod: rogers won't be the same running game. but the packers did pick up nile davis in a trade from the kansas city chiefs. >> our next segment, how the
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lance: the next golf superstar could show his stuff right here. hosting one of wisconsin's
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>> i think legends are formed during the ryder cup. someone your casual golf fan may or may n be aware of. he made a name for himself and shines in the intense & of the ryder cup. not a significant tour career. sergio garcia, they shine in this competition. >>on donaldson homer in the third inning. blue jays beat cleveland 5-1.
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joan * john? john: yes, george. tomorrow we'll see temperatures jumping into the mid-60s. 6 at sunshine. 65 at 6:00. forget the 60s for a few days because the 50s are going to return. george: the baseball game's ov lance: jake in the fourth. dodgerin in l.a.6-0 over the cubs and they lead the series 2 games to 1. which is how cubs fans have to look at the world.
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