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WTMJ 620

06:10 min | 7 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A prelim lips. Excuse me. Preliminary hearing for the teenager was held earlier today. TMJ fours. Rebecca Cloth. Rittenhouse, who's free on bail, walked into his attorney's office this morning without saying anything his mother did speak, saying go away as she entered the building. The 17 year old mainly sat silently inside his lawyer's office during the hearing while wearing a mask. He's accused of killing two people and seriously wounding a third. During unrest in Kenosha during protests in August. Rittenhouse will be arraigned within the next 30 days. A trial date has not yet been set. The 15 year old accused of shooting eight people at Mayfair Mall last month could be tried as an adult. Prosecutors this morning recommended the team be moved from a juvenile detention facility to an adult facility and be charged as an adult. The boy's attorneys were contesting that transfer. Eight people were wounded. No one killed during the shooting on November 20th. Pandemic cleared much of the roads in Wisconsin of a lot of traffic. But the number of deadly crash is still on the rise in the badger state. Shocked to find this increasing fatalities, researcher and communications director with a Wisconsin policy for a mark summer, Hauser says, Given the lighter volume with the pandemic, it shouldn't be this way. So it is a bit puzzling. When we talked to transportation officials for this report. They are kind of scratching their heads in terms of what's going on here. There are factors that they found in their research that took place between March and July of this year. Alcohol involved Crash Fatalities increase About 50% speeding involved. Fatalities went up about 52% drug involved crash fatalities also up by almost 50% of the laws of God. WTMJ News WTMJ news time 3 34. A major shift could be happening in the movie industry. Baby sees Jason Nathan Sin is with us from Hollywood. What are we talking about here? Jason. This is one of the biggest things that have happened, especially during the pandemic and because of the pandemic. What HBO. Max is doing. An HBO Max is owned by Warner Media, Warner Brothers and all that Warner Brothers is releasing all of their movies for next year for 2021 were talking in the Matrix for we're talking Uh, Godzilla versus King Kong. All their big movies are going to be on HBO Max on the same day simultaneously as in theaters, so you won't have to go to a movie theater to watch a big release movie. You can watch it at home or go to a theater if you if you can, or if you choose to, But it won't cost you any extra than you're already HBO Max subscription, which is around $15 a month, and what HBO Max and Warner Media. What they're trying to do. Here is drive subscribers to HBO, Max to try to build it into this big thing, because they think the future of everything in this industry is streaming Jason is this partnership existed before between Warner and HBO. Yes, it has. A Warner Media owns everything. So the whole thing it and it's I know it's confusing to consumers. Because HBO Max, you think of HBO, but Warner Media owns that an HBO Max, the streaming service was launched as kind of the clearinghouse for all the Warner media content. All their TV shows all their channels and all their HBOS stuff and Warner Brothers stuff as well. Jason John doesn't have HBO, Max, and he can't seem to find a friend to give him his log. And do you have a log in for him that he could borrow? I have a log in the No. You cannot borrow because that is unethical and stealing from the industry that I work in. We'll talk about it off here, Uh, movie theaters. Jason must be very unhappy about this. They are extremely unhappy about this. They're not saying so yet because it's been very tough for them during the pandemic because theaters were shut for so long. They're bleeding money, So they just want content. They want anything and they given up The whole thing about the industry and how they made money was this 90 Day window that they had exclusivity on the movies? That's how they forced people to go see a first run movie. If you want to see it, you have to go to the theaters for the first three months. Now they're willing to give up that window because they just need content there bleeding so much but the stocks of all the major AMC, Cinemark and all them Down. I think Cina marks down something 20% so far today on D. It's just it's It's really it's. It's not good for them for their business model, and some are saying if the other studios follow If Disney follows on, Do you know the other big names if they follow his well? This could be a nail in the coffin for the movie theater chains. All right, Jason, of all the stuff that's been delayed or that is scheduled to come out in 2021. Which movie are you most looking forward to our most disappointed that we have not been able to see in 2020? Oh, that's a good question. I hadn't even thought of that. I'm really looking forward to wonder Woman 1984, which will actually be out this year. That'll be Christmas Day. And that was the first movie that would that HBO. Max had said that they were going to do this new model on that They were gonna put it out in theaters and streaming Christmas Day. We didn't know that this was gonna happen for a whole year of movies. But we knew that that was gonna happen so That's one of those, and that's one of those I'd love to see on the big screen, but myself like I think a lot of people you know, and the economy's been tough. Not everybody can do this, but I know a lot of people during this time. They've spent a lot of time turning their home into their entertainment center. Right, so they've gotten bigger TVs, bigger sound systems and movie qualities. Try to emulate that quality. That's what I got at home, and you know what the experience is pretty cool. I was really looking forward to top gun too. And I still am, But I want to see it on the big screen. You know, I want to see those movies on the big screen as well. But do I want to sit around other people? You know, I don't know right now, especially not right now, especially with what's going on here in California and the rest of the country. Absolutely not. But by next year, there's a vaccine. You know, it's possible that movie theater going could take off and what these studios conduce. Oh, is they can just hold on this content until the theater's rope in there, almost guaranteed to make that money back. Not what Warner brothers and HBO maxim. What they want to do right now is they're betting on the future. They're betting streaming is going to be the future thing, because if say they get to 100 Million subscribers by next year they have about 38 million right now. They got to 100 million by this time next.

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Do know victims were brought here this afternoon and trauma teams were standing by ready To take care of these gunshot gunshot one patients that came from Mayfair Mall today. Rebecca cloth, and we do know in some of the communication that we heard between law enforcement that two juveniles were shot and the indication that we were getting early is that there were no fatalities. We're showing you now. I believe these are filed these air previous pictures from the scene Mayfair Mall of Law Enforcement on the scene there. It has been a very active busy day. You can see just how big the footprint is of Mayfair Mall there. On. That is if we cut away from that. That is some of the video that we are trying to be protective of their, but you can see the number of law enforcement on the scene here. Because there is a large building that they have to go through. And based on what we heard from the mayor. That statement is now at least an hour old that they were still looking for a shooter, but we are now Less than a half hour away and where we will get where we will get an update from law enforcement. At least that's what they're indicating on where they stand in this investigation where they stand in this multiple shooting, and just how many people were shot, But Steve, as you can imagine, they're very busy. They're very active. They're trying to figure out Everything as well. And we have heard from some folks who said that they're people who are inside. In fact, let's throw to one of the sound bites that we have from a man who knows of two people, including his uncle, who was shot inside. My concern from a concho TMJ fours. Charles Benson. You're listening to their our continuing coverage. A shooting at Mayfair Mall this afternoon reports are that multiple people have been shot were reporting that our sources tell us at least seven people shot at Mayfair, the mayor saying. Fortunately that he believes none of those injuries are life threatening. We're hearing from the mall itself now in a statement, Mayfair mall, saying, We are disheartened and anger that our guests and tenants were subject to this violent incident today. We are thankful for our partners at the woman tells the police department and then we are cooperating with them is their investigation develops. Mayfair is closed at this time. And as far as we can tell, there are still people sheltering in place right now, John hours after this incident Still now waiting for police to clear that entire building, you know, imagine the stress this afternoon. There was a period of time this afternoon about three o'clock where several schools were shut down. Tosa West High School, Whitman Middle School was shut down. There's also in elementary school right in that area, Our Redeemer Lutheran school just right near Mayfair Mall. And all of that was put on Lockdown as police sorted this out, especially once there was word that it was an active situation and that it was still going on. Those those schools were all placed on lockdown. The kids have now been sent home. Lots of cars remain in the parking lot, which is kind of interesting lots of them inside the police tape. They have been allowed. I just heard from a texture to begin to inch their way out. But there are some cars that are completely black by police vehicles don't know when people were able to recover those We're expecting to hear in about 20 minutes. From law enforcement. I presume the Wauwatosa Police department. That's coming your way in about 20 minutes on WTMJ. Let's get out to Debbie Logica again. It's the middle of rush hour, Debbie. How is this impacted the ride and how is the right in general? Well, if the right in general is actually not too bad, this particular situation now that it appears Mayfair Road is open in both directions across from past Mayfair Road. Um, it doesn't seem to be impacting people very much. Here's the thing, though. You don't want to be necessarily going through that area. It trust me. It's just It's the traffic around it heading on highway 100 itself. It's gonna be kind of Ah, nasty ride. So try and avoid that if you can now 41 south, but we do have this accident at Hampton Avenue still being worked on on the left shoulder. Volume is bunched up right past that scene, but it's not too bad. Um, travel times are pretty much gone back to normal at 15 minutes. I wake you to the zoo. The other issue is gonna be our semi that ended up off of the roadway at Elm Road on North found 94. It is on its wheels, so it's not tipped over anything, but it's off into the ditch. Means they're gonna probably need to get a tow truck out there, and it's gonna be one of those big toes, so it's probably going to end up blocking Elaine through there. Just be prepared for that. Something on 43 is nice and quiet, as is North bound and cell phone on the bypass. I'm nebulas ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time saver traffic. All right, Thank you. Dub dubs Absolutely right. Stay clear that area That's a busy area. But if you don't need to be in that area don't be in that area. There is a lot a lot a lot of law enforcement activity continuing to go on in that.

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Me Fair mall with multiple victims and immediately we started to get word from the scene from witnesses there. John, who clearly knew something was up. Officers started filing in. With their life on moving very fast. And then there's probably about 20 police vehicles and not of there's several ambulances there in a fire truck. And they're directing patrons out of the West parking lot. And that was Eric from the scene shortly after three o'clock, giving us those details about all the officers who showed up we started to hear from some who actually heard the shots fired inside the mall. They were there. When it all went down and heard those shots. I didn't hear all my head about 45 going off and I just walked in, and I turned around. And try to go more people were running out. So it's kind of crazy. S source told us hours ago that at least seven people were shot. The Journal said No, not reporting that at least eight people were shot. We did see four or five taken out in ambulances, John From the Macy's entrance there on the West Side northwest side of Mayfair Mall now close. The police will only say that they are investigating an incident at the mall. The FBI has confirmed that it was a shooting the mayor Calling it an active scene Now, that was in a statement released almost more than an hour ago. Now it's been a while, but the mayor calling it an active scene and that those who were shot suffered life threatening injuries, so no fatalities that we know of at this time. Now that That sounds good. That sounds like great news. But again, this is a very fluid situation. But as of now we're told that there are no fatalities, at least from the mayor and Tulsa police planning to hold a news conference at 5 45 this evening. Of course, we will take that live right here on WTMJ. So here's the problem, and Annie alluded to this Annie Schwartz. Here's the problem with the mayor coming out an hour and 15 minutes ago and saying it's an active situation. Unless the mayor is going to release a statement every 15 minutes. Now The last thing we've heard about the situation from an official is that it was an active situation and that was over an hour ago. So we continue to report that and we continue to be led to believe that it's possible it's still an active situation. Because unless the mayor is going to update this every 15 minutes, we have no way of knowing if it's still an active situation. I mean the mayor's not active on social media. Soto Annie's point. Now we're left when it's the investigative, the investigative agency not making the statements but an elected official of us just not knowing where we stand with things. Is it still in active situation? We have no way of knowing. Well, yeah, you're right. But as of now, what we do know is is that shots were fired. We do know that there were victims involved. We do know that there is a large police presence still at the scene of this at Mayfair Mall. And for now, until they tell us otherwise, we will assume that there is still an incident that is worth paying attention to. Obviously at the mall. All right, Let's check in with TMJ four with their wall to wall coverage. Let's dip into this for a little bit. Service and Steve, I know you had a chance to talk to people early as we were trying to figure out what was going on at stores and what they were doing when they heard shots fired. People were told to just shelter where they were, You know, malls have those gates and other barricades. They can pull down. Those were pulled down, spoke of people in two different stores. Who told me that they were in the back room that they dragged the phone back into the back room. One of them actually whispered as they answered the phone for me, you could hear Uh, you could hear it in their voice. We've got Rebecca cloth. She is at the medical complex Freighter Medical College Children, Children's Wisconsin where we know a number of people have been taken. Rebecca Bring us up to speed from your location. Yes, Stephen Charles Free Dirt and Children's Hospital have been on standby. They told me this afternoon and since three PM when they got the call out from police from me, Emma's telling them there is a shooting at Mayfair Mall. So they got their trauma teams ready as you guys know Freighter, obviously a level one Trauma center, taking.

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking news out of Wauwatosa, where there has been a shooting confirmed now by several sources, including the FBI at Mayfair Mall. TMJ fours. Rebecca Cloth is outside the freighter and Children's Hospital complex, and she filed this report earlier. Yeah, Charles. I just got off the phone with the information officers for both freighter and Children's hospitals. Now I told you earlier today we did watch Some law enforcement vehicles had this way. It looked as if they were heading to Children's, although they could have been sneaking around the side of freighter as well. And we also saw multiple ambulances leave Children's hospital and freighter just a little bit ago, so we didn't get a statement from them. I'm gonna read it to you, it says. This is bull from Freighter Hospital and Children's, they said shortly after 3 P.m. Today freighter it and Children's were notified of a shooting at Mayfair Mall. A trauma team was ready at both hospitals to receive patients. However, they could not tell me how many patients are at each hospital. What what they could confirm They did receive some of these hospitals, Children's or freighter did receive some patients. They couldn't tell me the numbers. They're expecting that to come from law enforcement later today, So as of right now, we do know patients have been brought to either freighter or Children's. And trauma teams were standing by ready to help them. And as we heard from law enforcement today, we know no one has died from their injuries. So people and victims are here at this medical complex reporting live at freighter it and Children's Hospital Rebecca Cloth, Charles, I'm gonna send it back to you. That is TMJ. Four is Rebecca cloth outside the Complex there, which is freighter. Children's The Medical College of Wisconsin. Law enforcement consultant Anne Schwartz is with us N Wtmj. Annie. Thank you so much. No, You're not there on the scene, but based on what you're looking at. And we're looking at the same thing. What can you tell us? What are your key observations about what's happened at Mayfair? I'm I'm seeing it from the arm chair, as is everyone else, But I might be able to provide a little perspective on what we're looking at. One of the things we gotta be careful of. Jonah's is interviewing victims and witnesses. When they're still reportedly a shooter at large people are giving their names. People are saying where they live. People are talking about where their friends are hiding. We really don't want to be doing any of that. While people are still hiding inside inside the store inside the building, I can tell you that we just saw a number of explosive units. Explosive device Unit show up Often times When you have active shooter incidents or mass shooter incidents, the perpetrator will set booby traps for the police. We've seen that before. And so that would be what the explosive device units are doing on the scene. Also, make sure the huge building they've got two was a law enforcement advancing there calling for help from SWAT units, tactical units from all over all over southeastern Wisconsin because they have to clear that entire structure before they can give it the old clear. Another thing that I think is important to mention here is that we haven't heard from the police just yet. We have we have heard a statement from the mayor. That's not the same thing as the police. And so I would. I would just kind of take that with the greatest felt right now and wait until we hear from whatever the police have to say officially about about what's going on on the scene. But I imagine that that that's what's happening right now. I imagine that the public information officer for a while with Tosa is trying Toulon. What? You know what do they know for sure that they can put out? The last thing you want to do in a situation like this is put something out and then have to go back and take it back because it was incorrect, So I'm sure they're trying to pull the facts together so that they can tell people what what's happening as interesting. You say that Anne because you're right..

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"4 32 from the WTMJ breaking news center breaking news from the East Side this afternoon of fire their crews on the scene of a large fire at hooligans near Farwell and North The fire appears to be contained, but visible flames have been seen coming from the roof of the building. No word on how the fire started. Wisconsin, it surpassed 300,000 Cove in 19 cases, 18 days after the state surpassed 200,000 State health officials report. Another one day record for new positive cases over 7700 state is also reporting 58 deaths so far November more than 540 people have died from Corona virus and testing for covert 19 continues to bring thousands of people to Miller Park. TMJ force. Rebecca Cloth says the line of vehicles getting into the testing site has stretched to the exit ramp of the stadium interchange. The line is moving quickly. The testing site here at Miller Park is open until six o'clock. However, they do shut down the line at five if it is too long to make sure everybody gets through and done by six City, Milwaukee officials say there have been days We're testing needed surpassed the 2000 capacity at Miller Park delayed but not dashed what some are calling a rogue homecoming dance for Union Grove High School students is still on even though administrators say it's a bad idea. The school events set for last month got canceled because of coronavirus concerns. But a Kansas Field restaurant then organized the alternative event, one that was supposed to happen tonight. Their social media site now says it's been pushed back to the 27th. An employee. We talked to confirms the change, but wouldn't say why school officials don't support it. The county Health Department says that if a single student has positive, all who attend will have to be quarantined because they won't be able to contact trace. Jean Miller WTMJ news Age is just a number but a meaningful one this weekend in Green Bay. It'll be experienced versus youth at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon. Well, they're very young team. They're the youngest team in the league. They play 16 rookies on a regular basis. No one even comes close to that. That's voice of the Packers way. Larrabee on the Jacksonville Jaguars, they are is, they would say in the N B. A. This is a tank team. They're tanking it to get higher draft pick. It looks like the Packers hoping to take advantage of an inexperienced squad on Sunday coverage here on W. TMJ starts at nine AM Brianti WTMJ Sports WTMJ News Time 4 34.

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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02:50 min | 8 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Alleged voter fraud, though there's so far no evidence of it in Georgia's secretary of state Brad Rapids, Berger says right now. Georgia remains too close to call. Biden leads there by about 4000 votes. CBS NEWS Special Report Piper into News Time for 32 U. S Senator Ron Johnson throwing water on the idea of widespread voter fraud this election but says there is a possibility Rusty Mellberg has more. In the W. T. M. J Breaking News Center John John Johnson spoke at length on this matter to W. Th J. Steve's graffiti. I think there has always been Some voter fraud that the mainstream media and unfortunately many officials just simply ignore and by ignoring it, the encourage more of it. And particularly when you've got a massive increase in mail in voting, which is it's just more increase greater opportunities for fraudulent You can hear his full comments at W. Th a dotcom President Trump and his campaign have brought forward allegations of voter fraud in Wisconsin. However, the Wisconsin Elections Commission says there is no evidence of it. Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Call echoes that he tells T M J for news that voting with the record number of absentee ballots went well in the states. Fact I think it made the process go more smoothly on election day because so many people had cast their ballot beforehand, call says the state will be ready to handle a recount. A manhunt is over in Waukesha County, three people in custody after a man shot two officers in Delafield. It started around 1 30 near the Holiday Inn at 83 Golf Road for a hit and run investigation. Team J Force Rebecca Cloth Is there the Walker shot County Sheriff's Office says the officers went to a man now identified as Nathaniel Benton and a man and woman who were on the scene. One officer's meeting and speaking with Benton and the female Betton produced a handgun and fired multiple shots. An officer from Hartfield than an officer from Delafield were shot. They're expected to recover police they betton ran from the scene. A manhunt that lasted 10 hours and covered more than a half a mile, closed down area schools and businesses for their safety until Benton was arrested. Ben is also accused of attempted murder in North Dakota. It's not every year Wisconsin golfers Khun Tee off comfortably in November. I think there's a lot of people in a great mood today. Golfers at Brookfield Hills aren't wasting this gift of warm weather from Mother Nature. This is extremely unusual. They have these kind of temperatures saw the weather forecast. I immediately thought, you know what get hit up some friends and Since that time together today, courses are complaining about the extra business Well, golfers are finding the opportunity to get in a few more swings. Tony Braddock bt M. J News. W T. M J News Time for 34 bringing Dave Spotter He's the president and CEO of Annex Wealth Management, Dave Good afternoon. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me, John. You know, Dave, we hear over and.

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01:55 min | 8 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An acknowledgement amongst members of the White House staff that the end is likely near and that Biden is likely going TTO Win. CBS News Special Report on that Piper Wisconsin senior senator has his questions about how Tuesday's election was handled. Rusty Mellberg has more on the W T. M J breaking news Center John Ron Johnson tells w. T M. J. Steve's graffiti. He doesn't question the validity of the election results. But he does believe the election process could have gone smoother right now. What I agree with is the irregularities were seeing the fact that Poll watchers can't really watch the room that being allowed to observe, so that means it's really unfortunately, the main point I'm making is that It's extremely important that Every American views. The results of the elections is legitimate Johnson, adding that he thought an election decided by a majority of absentee ballots was more ripe for fraud. Wisconsin attorney general Just call says that he calls about irregularities in Tuesday's election are make believe, he tells team J Force Charles Benson, We had a smooth On reliable election crosses here in Wisconsin. It's the same basic process we've had for election after election, including the election that resulted in President Trump being elected. The Wisconsin Elections Commission has not noted an increase in fraudulent votes. This cycle. A manhunt comes to an end in Delafield. The suspect wanted for attempted murder in Fargo, North Dakota, now in custody after shooting two officers in Delafield this morning. Sam's affords Rebecca cloth on the scene. You're highway 83 Gulf roads. Schools had been cancelled in the area. Police had also been asking people to stay in their homes. They now say it is safe to go out and about again and police from Delafield did give us an update on that, officer. They say he is out of the trauma unit and he is talking. He's doing the best he could be doing right now. Both officers are expected to be okay. Local golfers are.

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03:50 min | 9 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Degrees tomorrow is not going to be pretty windy, Cool. Scattered showers. Maybe some sleet, a high of 50 for right now Rainy and 55. CBS News Special Report. There's widespread agreement on both sides of the aisle. Last night's presidential debate devolved into chaos, CBS News has learned exclusively the nonprofit that sponsors the debate will make sure it doesn't happen again. CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell, the commission is going to spend the next 48 hours determining new guidelines and rules for the next debate. They are working on all possible solutions. But an informed source tells me quote we are going to make changes or has got details on just what they'll be at the top of the list of changes is controlling the two candidates, microphones and their ability to interrupt one another and the moderator. Now the campaign's going to be informed of the rules, but this informed source tells me the rules will not be subject to negotiation. More exclusive information on tonight, CBS Evening News With Norah O'Donnell CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. W T. M. J News time 3 32 from that of UT M J breaking News Center breaking news this afternoon. Seven people are in stable condition after a shooting on Milwaukee's north side. WDM James Toney Bedrock is live in the breaking news center on the suspect is still on the run, but police say it happened outside of funeral home near 42nd and fondle activist after 12 noon, acting police chief Michael Bronson says it happened during a funeral. This is a Untenable situation. This brazen act that was done in broad daylight is just unacceptable. In our city. The ages of the victims range between 24 48 State Health Department says another 91 people are being admitted to a hospital because of covert 19 and last 24 hours. Team four's Rebecca Cloth has Mohr on the strain It's putting on hospitals, hospital admissions have hit a new high. Head of the Wisconsin Hospital Association, spoke this morning during a cove in 19 Webinar there now tightening managing scheduled admissions and sometimes deferring needed care. That is not cool bit. They draw some of the concerns. That also might happen with Kobe hitting these record numbers, including what it means for the economy, Dr Kaufman said. For small business owners They are going to be hit worse, the state reported over 2300 new daily cases along with 27 deaths. More good news about a covert 19 vaccine candidate Unity tends to weaken with age. But a new study has found the drugmaker Madonna's covert 19 vaccine candidate produced antibodies and older adults at levels similar to those seen any younger adults. 65 year old Norman Hume joined the vaccine trial. Somebody had to do it, and I'm not making myself like a hero, but it's important to science that this date is captured. The authors of the study, published this week in The New England Journal of Medicine. Note that older people are at increased risk of complications from covert 19 Elaine called CBS News several UT M J News time 3 33 You're listening to Wisconsin's afternoon knew. W T M D. Hey. Wear joined on W T. M. J by Brewers pitcher Eric Yardley. Eric Thank you so much for being with us. How does that sound? Brewers pitcher Eric Yardley? It hasn't been an easy road to you, but you made it. You're in the big leagues and playing in the playoffs. Yet it is definitely crazy. I've been having some some time to reflect over the last couple days. We had these often just to think of where it's gone from. College and not a special play professionally and then kind of a long journey with the Padres on giving.

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03:15 min | 11 months ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Back tomorrow. Eric will stand alongside Jordan Gazza Rosky producing the big program is always and it is a big programme. Fascinating conversation I anticipate after nine o'clock talking about A comparison to the mask wars today. In comparison to 102 years ago. Today, there was a journalist, a reporter and author. TV host Does a little bit of everything out in the Seattle area that has put together a pretty remarkable piece and let me tell you The similarities are striking. Across many, many different what would you say? Realms of the mask debate, so we'll get to that. We will debut Great moments in vice presidential introduction. History will do that in the 10 o'clock hour. I have a question by the way to ask after a conversation at 907 to all of you, we're gonna play virtual baseball at 10 45. There continues to be and it's ramping up. Speculation of virtual basketball, making its first ever appearance in the daylight hours. Usually we do that on the nights program, but since we're taking you up to bucks at noon today, We may just have to break out little virtual basketball. I'm a much better virtual basketball player than I am a virtual baseball player. So we may do that on the 11 o'clock hour, all kinds of stuff to get to But we look across the console. Now we see the smiling, cheery face oven. Eric. Bill, stay. You look great. You You sound like Steve. Thank you. His compliments. Carol does as well. Hold on. No, stop it! Stop it. I'm like, but let's get to the headlines of the day. As we start out this Tuesday Well, today is the first deadline for Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonzo Morales. He has to meet for those 11 directives that have been issued by the Fire and Police Commission. It starts today. Cmdr. Ford's Rebecca Cloth Fire and Police Commission issued a strongly worded statement about the first directive Do saying quote. The conversation may be uncomfortable and scare others. That first directive is to give a public explanation on the use of tear gas in O C spray during the peaceful civil disturbances that happened in Milwaukee. Following the death of George Floyd in their statement, the PC says this directive has been shamelessly exploited and distorted. Yeah, the commissioner is upset because now more than 100 law enforcement entities have pulled officers from assisting with security during the DNC and the F C C. A little frustrated with that, because they feel that the police chief is dramatizing this A bit. So there is that aspect, right? So there's this directive that's issued today got to bring some of that information back. This comes as an open letter is now being sent to the mayor, asking Himto override the directives issued by the Fire and Police Commission. That letter's sent by Theresa Mercado of the Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation, asking the mayor to put an end to this, and it's interesting because several leaders in several Latinos and others have signed this letter, including Nancy Hernandez, she tells TNT for news authority.

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thirty eight degrees tomorrow morning fog, then partly cloudy, a high of fifty six it's currently thirty seven CBS news update. No border closing. At least not right now. President Trump says he's giving Mexico a year to show a continued commitment to slowing the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs into the US, the drugs, don't stop Mexico can stop them if they want we're gonna tariff the cars, the cars are very big bet doesn't work. We're gonna close the border CBS's. Steven Portnoy with business interests raising alarms about the economic impact of sealing off the border. The president has now backed off his threat. He now says he'll give the Mexican government one year. Warning, if Mexico doesn't do more to stop the flow of drugs in migrants, he says he'll impose a new tariff on cars. And then he says if that doesn't work he will close the border with tariffs on cars. Could also damage the economy, so says, economists full shed tariffs on goods from Mexico would cause a problem for the US economy would make goods more expensive for US consumers. Would harm production the United States? So I think on net you'd be negative for the US economy. She news update. I'm Jim shanavie. WTMJ news time three thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center, the man guilty for his role in the death of Milwaukee. Police officer is awaiting his sentencing this afternoon WTMJ's. Tony bedrock is live in the breaking news center. John the sentencing hearing for Ladele Harrison underway right now Harrison is the man who fled from police in June leading to the crash of a Milwaukee swat car that killed officer. Charles Irvine junior officer driving that Suad Matthew shoals, the offering a victim statement today, author Charles Irvine junior can tell you with unwavering certainty that he was a good honest, hardworking, ma'am, and on June seven twenty eighteen we attempted to conduct a traffic stop on his polar opposite and Ladele. Harrison, a judge right now is valuating the charges we expect to learn today. Whether a fourteen year old boy in Kentucky is really Timothy pits in a boy from Illinois who went missing in twenty eleven when he was just six years old DNA tests results are set to come out this. Afternoon. Today's team Jay force, Rebecca cloth is in Kentucky where the boy turned up on Wednesday. She joined us moments ago waiting for the results. And the most interesting thing is everybody has a theory. But at the end of the day, it's going to be I guess right now with the science the boy claimed he escaped from two kidnappers in the Cincinnati area will bring you the very latest developments throughout the afternoon. Anyone who's used the Kilborn tunnels to exit or enter forty three. Northbound knows they're a little old. Thanks to that. We have one of the first freeway projects or the construction season beginning next week water dripping on your windshield and ominous cracks in the walls and ceilings means the city of Milwaukee will need to do some long-term closures of the Kilborn avenue on and off ramp tunnels starting on Monday, the Kilborn on ramp to forty three northbound will be fully closed until June. You'll see signs posted directing you to use thought elect McKinley or the six three on ramps after this first phase is done. They'll close the forty-three northbound offramp to kill born from June until October. These closures will also affect. The MacArthur square parking garage.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Would and stole a the university. Safe alert message that was sent to students about ten minutes ago. The university says the subject is no longer at large though, there have not been any words on injuries. At this time, those students in the public are currently being told to just stay away from the fine arts complex as that investigation continues half dozen Milwaukee area school district's need school crossing guards. After the company that was hired to provide them abruptly shut down over the weekend. Sentinel says Wisconsin at personal protection services didn't pay about ninety thousand dollars an unemployment taxes before closing leading districts in a lurch. Most used a combination of police officers and staffers to fill in Monday, the company had deals with Wally tosa, Shorewood cut. Hey, Waukesha, west Alice greenvale, south Milwaukee, Menominee falls, west Milwaukee and west Allis as well as the Wisconsin state fair today's GM J fours, Rebecca cloth caught up with the Menominee falls crossing guard. One Cossio one of six former employees to show up for work Monday. Why did you show up because of the little guys know I care for them. I got seven little grandkids. Then I say, okay. She says he'll volunteer through the week as the district attorney's finding guards for the rest of the year in Wildwood mayor, Kathy Lee, picking up a stop sign and donning her own reflective vests thirty four locations in. So we're at this point all hands on deck, whoever can get out, but we can't take our DPW and police and fire away from their regular duties. So this is something that we have to get resolved in the very near future. Release says the city's currently taking applications for people who are interested in becoming a temporary crossing guard to preschool teachers ISE Louis round administrative leave is police investigate allegations that one of them punish young kids by making them take off their clothes. And then stand in a quarter reported Russell Khin saw. I would be outraged. I I.

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WTMJ 620

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin votes primary election night on, WTMJ complete coverage all through the evening. Very. Early numbers I want to give you some of these governor democratic side three percent. Reporting three percent reporting Tony with forty five percent of the, vote Malin, Mitchell is seventeen. Percent Kelder Roy's with twelve percent all? The rest in single digits US Senate Republican primary eight percent, reporting Leah mayor with fifty nine percent of the vote Kevin Nicholson with thirty. Seven percent of the vote in that. Race Kevin, do you have a breakdown of where any of. This vote is coming from where. Do you wanna, start John Senate. Races any of the southeast Wisconsin vote coming okay I am refreshing, as we speak on some of what is, known what. We lovingly no is the wild counties which are Waukesha ozaukee. In Washington This is the US Senate. Race. Twenty nine point three percent reporting for Waukesha county we have sixty five point one. Percent of the vote Kevin Nicholson at thirty two point two Then we'll get. You donkey county let me just refresh your again and there is Leoluca MIR. With sixty three. Point eight percent of the vote, to Nicholson's thirty three, point two and then Washington when. You just refresh that here update numbers as possible Luke mirror sixty one point three percent Nicholson thirty four point zero it is it oversimplifying things to say that it. Basically, comes down to Lee. Mirror how, high she can run it, up in southeast Wisconsin and how much Kevin Nicholson can get north and west in an out state I. I don't, think so actually John I I'd say number one she is really kicking tail and these wild counties big time she's doing better than she has to do but again as we talked about earlier with the support. Of the state Republican party statewide with endorsements. From people like Sean Duffy and others on TV for, her with her effort to go to all counties throughout the state I don't, think that she seated that ground she knew she had a strong base in southeast. Wisconsin and I think she kind of put, the pedal to the metal and say now let's get out. To the other. Parts of the state and do, something else so I Kevin's going to have to really come up with. Some big numbers in the, FOX valley and central Wisconsin to counteract. What's happening in the wild counties and I just don't I don't know if there's enough there yet I know it's early but those are some really big numbers coming out of the wild counties for all right there. Are, new numbers just coming. In as, we, refresh our, vote totals, it's Wisconsin votes on WTMJ eight percent now reporting democratic run for the governor Everts with thirty six percent. Mitchell with, twenty seven so that has narrowed Kelder Roy's with thirteen percent of the vote that's with eight percent reporting let's go back to that Republican Senate primary eight percent reporting Leoluca boop with fifty eight percent Kevin Nicholson. With thirty six percent of the vote we're. Going to bring you information after the news here on, the race for Milwaukee county sheriff will dive into that as well as some, of those congressional races that are on the high profile end of things this evening. As well L. complete coverage of the Wisconsin primary it's Wisconsin votes twenty eighteen on WTMJ it. Is eight thirty from the WTMJ breaking news center here's Eric Bill. Stat John you're giving out. The numbers there so we'll skip the numbers Bill will get right to the watch parties that's the important part right WTMJ's Barry Nelson is Tony. Iverson's watch party Madison right now we're supporters are starting to Faulk coming in right left. And so it's gonna be it's gonna be the crowd here and there already are people here in they're really excited they think that tell you It's going to be an. End and just. Say it's just a real The era Everts has thirty for thirty, six percent of the vote with only eight percent in reporting Mitchell Malin Mitchell at twenty seven killed Roy's at thirteen governor. Walker addressed his supporters earlier. Tonight in Waukesha today's Rebecca cloth was there they. Expected him to win they expected. That he would beat his primary. Candidate Robert Meyer the sun prairie businessman he actually didn't declare victory. Tonight he just kept moving forward talking about what is next for Wisconsin now. We did try to? Ask him what his? Platform would be moving forward would, it be education would it be jobs he wouldn't be specific on that but he did say earlier tonight that Democrats had gone negative and, he would not be, doing, that as for the US Senate GOP race eight percent reporting beer Leah boop mirror that fifty eight percent Kevin Nicholson is at thirty. Six percent WTMJ's Melissa barklay is that mere watch, party in p. walk Waukesha county executive Paul fair I just came up in anything I'm so glad you're, here I'm going to, talk, to him in a little bit he also says hit mom former Lieutenant governor Margaret hair will be here as well tonight in supportive On, the other side Kevin Nicholson also holding a rally in. Hartland WTMJ's Tony Bennett Paul's have. Been close for thirty minutes and. There's a little more excitement here at Kevin Nicholson's camp supporters say they believe in his message Kev is going to win. And I am voters. Want someone. Who comes from outside they're eager for a different message a lot of confidence as well it's back that up as more and more continue to file in the door as the results are soon to come in that's what people want people. Want someone who comes from outside of Washington comes from outside that political mindset in heartland. About WTMJ, news in the. Race for Milwaukee county, sheriff right now with fifty five percent reporting. Or now Lucas has a hefty lead right now..

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"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And melissa john is off today here on wisconsin's afternoon news following this story that we learned late last week or maybe it was early this week i lose track of time now has just tuesday actually and that is the arrest of vaughan maze a local community activists and arrested for what he attempted to do in retaliation to what happened in sherman park and the riots there and rebecca cloth joins us she is downtown rebecca good afternoon downtown at the federal courthouse because von mays who was arrested earlier for plotting if you will to firebomb one of the police districts there near sherman park had his day in court today his first of potentially several what do we know that we didn't know a few hours ago rebecca well what we do know is that bond as had his detention hearings today that was to decide whether or not he was going to be held a pill his trial or people need like oh and today we found out he is going to be released from jail back into the community it awaits trial but what was the bigger bombshell here is that prosecutor stayed some new information white before they had to make his base bad that associates of bond as had been tampering with federal witnesses on two separate times in the last few months one even eating somewhat according to prosecutor now the courtroom was packed today with supporters of bond as he is a community activist he works in sherman park he has a nonprofit called program the party mentors young kids there were no cameras allowed inside because it is federal court prosecutor agreed eric had argued very strongly to the judge that may is a danger to the public that he actually used some of the children that he mentored to help ms squats by your bomb the direct insurance park and that just as a last minute that they called it off if they had actually made the molotov cocktails the judge bad though despite to different people confronting two different windows allegedly i made the half that may can't control that and that he has been a member of the community for two years that impotent and it continues to be a member of the community and that he is going to release him leading up to his trial a friend of maize sam albert and sam said this news is eight sigh of relief for the community and there were cheers and applause here after the judge made that announcement and made should be released awaiting his trial on both federal charges popular in the next twenty four to forty eight hours while rebecca that's a lot to unpack and we're short on time but just in about thirty seconds or so what can you kind of alluded to it but what was reaction in the courtroom were they surprised was this an expected decision to have him released until trial they were people were cheering there was a lot of there was a lot of hesitation going into these proceedings people weren't sure what we're going to happen but i have to let you guys all because i need to be live at the mj four at five o'clock rebecca i will talk to you guys later we'll we'll let you go we'll let you do your your tv duties but rebecca well that was i was not expecting that when we lined up rebecca club that he would be released and and then as she looted to there maybe some of the the more shocking information is that some of his his colleagues or acquaintances have been perhaps tampering with witnesses and whatnot do should and when this thing comes to trial that is something we did not know even ten minutes ago quite frankly this'll be interesting as we we see all of this unfold i'm sure there will be a lot more of that kind of information that's shocking as we as we see this happen our thanks to rebecca she was very tight for time but that was the value added indeed four thirty nine we'll check in on your drive home with nettie lahser next what you're hearing is the sound of growth in southeastern wisconsin another site is being hydro excavated by wisconsin utility exposure while preventing any damage to underground utilities at the new entertainment district from the company started in two thousand.

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WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The embattled administrator of the environmental protection agency is out of a job in the wake of a series of allegations of financial impropriety though president from continued to publicly support his epa administrator scott pruitt fantastic job ultimately the mounting allegations and pressure from legislators to fire pruitt led to his death now among the issues that plagued him allegations that he benefited from sweetheart housing deal from the wife of the top energy lobbyists charged pruitt tonight on fox news it was fair market value that combined with other allegations of financial impropriety pruitt's tenure as head of the epa has now come to an end on zak abc news washington a community activists in court facing serious charges very nelson is in the wtmj breaking news center melissa von mazes in federal court this hour facing several charges including a plot to firebomb milwaukee police district seven this stemming from the civil unrest in parts of the sherman park neighborhood in two thousand sixteen after the shooting of silvio smith if convicted maze faces a mandatory minimum of thirty years in prison for possession of a destructive device you'll legal possession of a firearm and attempted arson very latest from today's tm jay fours rebecca cloth coming up later in the show school districts across the state are making safety improvements thanks in part to one hundred million dollars in state funding however they won't be getting the one thing many had asked about any chance metal detectors become part of the program don't believe that that's something that we're going to change direction on just indefinite will become the director of the state's office of school safety on monday meaning she'll oversee the dissemination of that hundred million dollars cameras that are needed any bulletproof glass of those are the things that we want to get the money out for immediately after that we want to start focusing on the training for the more preventative measures as far as the threat assessments and trauma informed practices so far the states giving out more than fifteen million dollars in grant money to two hundred one districts mike spaulding wtmj news has been charged with misdemeanor trespassing and disorderly conduct for climbing the base of the statue of liberty on the fourth of july theresa coup pleaded not guilty and her first court appearance today as she was protesting children being separated at the us mexico border coming up.

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WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The bathroom doors off i've tried to tell you the real story about the floating island of plastic in the pacific here's another one of those stories and this was reported by rebecca cloth from t j four in to go the village emma guanaco has a beaver problem according to the village beavers pudding nearby rivers at risk and it's the area by the walmart home depot just off i forty three it's flooding fields and the fields are being flooded because a family of beavers are building a dam or built a dam in creek near east wolf run and here's the concern it's not just flooding the fields that happens in spring a lot of different places and that's not the main concern problem is when it floods the stormwater ponds and so what happens is the water level gets up so high the stormwater ponds which are holding a lot of things that probably you don't wanna your nearby rivers and streams and stuff that stuff gets flushed out you have much bigger problems there's contaminated water harmful stuff putting chemicals that come from some of the things we put on our lawns get these retention ponds flood that's a problem the village administrator john we'd all says the water is getting closer spilling out of the fields making its way to the ponds as as flooding continues to encroach and move up it's going to spill into this pond and has they'll clean water gets in the pond it's going to push out all what's in there out so the big dilemma from guanaco what to do with these papers the village board says trap them and kill him but hold on a second wisconsin department natural resource director natanya hayden said his legal for the village to do so but the dnr has given them several options you can trap and rely relocate.

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WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center a gas leak near water street in st paul avenue has been shut off today's tmj 4's rebecca cloth is at the scene they are opening back up if area down here at a third world war after the public market but young people walking and they are making a hard drive around eight that actually if area doubt your probably get cut out or an hour we energy says no gas customers have been affected it appears a construction crew hit a gas main foxconn has picked a location to lay down its roots pearl was not pleasant village president jim degroot on hand today to announce that the tech giant has picked mount pleasant as was company executive lewis wolves not only just ten billion dollars after we fitness filthy thirty forty billion dollars investment governor scott walker signing the threebilliondollar incentive package last month racine county executive john della grave says critics of the deal shouldn't be worrier committed to making sure your input is part of this process we are in this together construction could begin this spring mike spaulding wtmj news governor walker is abandoning the reconstruction and widening ally 94 between the marquette interchange walker's deal ortiz secretary dave ross asked the federal government on september twenty nine to rescind its authorization of the project the project was expected to cost one billion dollars or more of the over five hundred victims injured in sunday's attack some other injuries may be considered nonlifethreatening but the longterm effects can be much more severe added a misnomer around nonlifethreatening radic knocked on life allterrain uw emergency.

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WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"rebecca cloth" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Box we are wisconsin's radio station news radio 620 wtmj milwaukee dinah kok it's eighty two degrees mostly cloudy and muggy tonight with a chance of some strong some thunderstorms and a low of seventy nine sarah lind we're learning more about this evening's train derailment in west is it was a union pacific train about ten cars derailed today's tim jay fours rebecca cloth is there it really want people oddity area cranky route over greenfield avenue went on to great fair and it is not a hafner train it if you're a framed built with core and other products i can actually lethem coal throwing out of the train car now i it ought to some people who ran out there ever a hurt back hue crashed in the front of the metal at all the train come apart there were no reports of any injuries to the crew or public union pacific says the train was originally from wyoming and heading to a union pacific's rail yard in butler were probably going to see some bumpy weather tonight storm team 4 meteorologist brian godhre we have a slight risk of severe storms here milwaukee walker sean cells and then to the north of us there's that enhance risk brian says he wouldn't be surprised to see a severe thunderstorm watch to be issued for southeastern wisconsin as the leaders of the world's economic superpowers arrived in hamburg germany tonight for the g twenty summit crowds of protesters are headed to the streets clashing with police abc's cecilia vega is there some throwing bottles and german invite gear officers trying to disperse the crowds to the people others finally turning water cannons on them the streets covered in a cloud of tear gas the marchers protested globalization and capitalism many of them in black masks fifteen officers were hurt when groups of masked protestors began throwing rocks.

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