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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The gang is all here. Melissa's here. Greg's here. Deb's here. Nick's here. We're here here. It's so exciting. You know, it's interesting. I Don't talk to you guys over the Great Lakes. It felt like something was wrong. I know everyone needs a break and coming back. I just want to say it's so great to see your face is so nice. It's a well deserved break in. I'm glad everyone's here. Me too. It's all all good. You know, Tony Benn Ax here, too, is a matter of fact. Tony's down in Kenosha. They're gearing up for a charging decision related to the police officer who shot Blake down in Kenosha. Tony, What's it like down there? They boarding up. Are they nervous? What's the energy like? Actually, Ed, So it's unclear what exactly the charging decision will be handed down by the many businesses. If you walk up and down here downtown, lot of them, boarding up windows, boarding up their doors, lot of plywood being put up on windows and a lot of people, they say they are hoping for the best. It has been relatively peaceful in these past few months, but they after what they've experienced in August, it stopped for some of them. Tow potentially have to live through this again. I would say it's definitely deja vu from what they experienced before. I guess. Are they preparing any differently this time? Or pretty much the same. But as of right now, they still don't know when the specific decision will be handed down, so they're just taking any kind of precautions they can by getting it up. Now there will be the Blake family is holding a press conference a little bit later this afternoon before March and candlelight vigil at the Red Cross and Civic Center park. So our knowledge is kind of a wait and see thing, but they're trying to get ahead of it as best they can. WTMJ is Tony Bedrock will check in with him throughout the afternoon..

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Needs call two six two three nine two three four four four or online at seasonal services dot com WTMJ forecast for tonight showers and thunderstorms are starting to move in across south central Wisconsin those of clear out overnight becoming foggy in miles below fifty five some morning fog sunny and mild cooler by the lake high seventy four Saturday increasing clouds cooler some spotty showers by nightfall hive sixty seven sixty two degrees right now in Milwaukee I'm Tony bedrock newsradio WTMJ is an NBC special covert nineteen we need to know B. C. news correspondent it has become a reliable reality check each Thursday the labor department tells us how many more Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits a snapshot of covert nineteen economic toll and the numbers never fails to stun another three million people lost their jobs bringing the total of the last eight weeks to more than thirty six million Brian cage is dean of the college of business at the university of new haven did is there any end of this of course there's an end in sight but the the duration of the downturn is is not known how long it to it continues whether you're looking at the unemployment rates that came out last week for the claims that are still being filed I think it gets worse obviously you know fourteen point seven percent unemployment and last month it's quite high but I think it gets even higher in the next cycle what was going on with the jobless claims is it funny that industries and jobs that were unaffected by the initial shut downs from the virus are starting to catch up yeah I think they're probably the way I like to think about it too two buckets of the executives you know one bucket was very aggressive could see what was happening and moved very quickly to balance the budget really trying to reduce costs and with significant way to make sure the budget was balanced.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On time at eight and your clear problem seventy four outbound from downtown Lincoln Avenue seven minutes WGEM day five day forecast tonight cloudy and damp some patchy fog low thirty seven degrees tomorrow then cloudy and mild more rain likely afternoon thunder showers high fifty four on Friday isolated morning sprinkles or flurries cloudy windy and cold a high of thirty six degrees Saturday mostly sunny and chilly a high of thirty five Sunday sunny and cool high of forty Monday partly cloudy and pleasant high of forty seven right now in Milwaukee it's thirty six degrees I'm Tony bedrock newsradio WTMJ are you ready to switch mobile providers spectrum mobile is a better way to mobile delivering the fastest overall speeds and the most reliable mobile service coast to coast and now we're bringing five G. with faster speeds for an even better mobile experience and of course we have the latest five G. five speed reliability value spectrum mobile a better way to mobile now with five G. visit spectrum dot com slash mobile for details and to find a store near you selection of gently worn brand name girls and women's clothing eleven thirty five and you'll love the prices you won't believe your eyes I think Vincent appall thrift stores you'll find something cute maybe it exactly one for Indian clothing if below retail on highway one hundred at lane in greenfield the twenty third one day at three point five to three point nine percent real estate commission structure will be commonplace but for now it's not the case so you can pay six percent from what we can do for.

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WTMJ 620

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty third in Lincoln great stores great because it unbelievable bargains you're gonna love it St Vincent DePaul thrift stores W. T. M. J. five day forecast for today mostly sunny windy and warmer a high of sixty two wind gusts up to thirty miles an hour thank you coming mostly cloudy milder low forty five tomorrow then cloudy and mild get some rain high fifty three Tuesday partly cloudy and a high of forty four Wednesday cloudy with a mixture of rain and snow a high of forty one and for Thursday's like chance for some isolated rain otherwise cloudy and a high of fifty degrees right now in Madison it's thirty nine thirty nine degrees in Green Bay in Waukesha a Milwaukee were at forty degrees get news weather traffic and sports twenty four seven three sixty five on the W. T. M. J. mobile app I'm Tony bedrock newsradio WTMJ and I'm living wait a second Tony before you go anywhere we're gonna make sure did you turn forward to apparently I think you too it's always seven and that you know everybody is getting up and if you set your clock forward this is the time to do it because we did spring ahead of overnight and twenty what time is it it is eight oh seven right now it's a good thing the good thing I've always loved it automatically otherwise I'd be in trouble it wasn't a wrestler who used to say what time is it or something I I'm trying to think back there were also used to say do you know what time it is yes what was cooking that's what I was thinking okay we do depends what you're cooking at eight OO eight and again hopefully you turn your clocks forward over night Antonio majority guess again in about an hour when we talk with Tony on Wisconsin weekend morning news today is Sunday March eighth.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Like the first thing I did like off site and like here it is and I can even open up my calendar the win with a strong the four year old from south Milwaukee is dead and a man and woman are in custody and child abuse charges several militant Christina palato are making their first court appearance today charged in the death of a child who investigators say was physically abused paramedics were called to their home Friday morning near fifth in Montana a criminal complaint says that's where they found the child dead with bruising all over their body even with bite marks milling told investigators he was at fault if all the injuries caused the child's death is facing life in prison while Collado faces up to sixty years Tony bedrock WTMJ knew one person dies in an overnight fire in Sheboygan Sheboygan fires as it started in a residential building at ten o'clock last night they found the victim while putting the fire out the victim later died at the hospital the cause of the fire under investigation today's super Tuesday more than thirty states will have held their presidential primaries by the time Wisconsin gets its say April seventh will there be anything left to decide you W. political science professor Barry burden says about sixty percent of democratic delegates will be spoken for by then my guess is there will still be candid standing including Joe Biden Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg was before any man who was struggling a bit has called Wisconsin half time with a brokered Milwaukee convention still a possibility last primaries happened right around June first or June second so that point we had should have a good sense of the map that's about a month before the first devil on July thirteenth G. Miller WTMJ news and we'll have complete coverage of super Tuesday results here on W. T. M. J. starting at seven thirty tonight coming up the federal reserve tries to combat coronavirus.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Forecast for tonight mostly cloudy with rising temperatures hello twenty one degrees gets warmer by the morning and tomorrow wintry mix early including freezing drizzle and rain likely later on and when the high of forty six degrees Friday mostly cloudy with a light rain snow mixture turning over to all snow by the evening I have thirty eight Saturday cloudy windy and snowy high of thirty one Sunday partly cloudy and cool high of thirty Monday morning flurries mostly cloudy and a high of thirty eight right now Madison it's eighteen degrees nineteen degrees in Green Bay pocket shots eighteen and in Milwaukee it is twenty degrees it's the power of radio and our website in the palm of your hand the W. T. M. J. mobile app I'm Tony bedrock newsradio WTMJ this is WTMJ nights I had a really nice to live from the annex wealth management studios and radio city in Milwaukee and now here are your hosts players dasher Kelly Hamilton and Cuba Hamilton you'll everybody have fun tonight WTMJ nice on bass and we're have came in the building so I know that you follow football and you have a few favorites that you are.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The mortgage talking tax one four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty we're talking about weddings before our own twenty bedrock is now engaged Tony bedrock and that reminded me so because I've been debating this and I've asked anecdotally others where they come down on this and it's kind of split the predicament is this I've been invited to a wedding well I have but I haven't I've been sent a save the date which is not the invitation itself I received a save the date for a wedding okay and I know I cannot make that I can't make the wedding so I said Hey thanks for the save the date I'm not going to be able to make it hopefully you can use my invitation on somebody else who maybe you were thinking about inviting you've got a list of gas then you got to draw the line somewhere well I can't make the date so go on to somebody else but only for the line that you drew here's the question four one four seven nine nine one six wives of a couple of minutes real real quickly here real quickly do I still need to send a gift you do have is gonna fly I just said this on I knew is gonna ask this and yes you still have to do one but I I'm not even going to all the holes are you to the to the couple is is that the determining factor I see not really but I think since they sent your save the date they were gonna send you an invitation that's you know that that's so tell you that you're important enough to come to our wedding that should be and I think you should say well you're important enough to get a gift for anything big right well but so all it takes for me to give a nobody wants to help me out here I'm gonna rely on your advice the nobody just I just have a couple of many years should be a tax for one four seven nine nine one six twenty to say Scott yes you cheap son of a gun you send a gift because I'll be honest I don't this is the first time about gotten a save the date which predates the invitation embarrass the question arises in my mind as to am I on the hook for a gift because it by them then does that not mean that all it takes to get a gift is to not really invite them but just to send out a preliminary save the date knowing full well that the person you're asking the save the date will not even be able to make it but you have locked in their commitment to a gift because of it that is that's my that's my question and I I I have a feeling it comes down to a no one is well I do want to say eight a generational thing because I'll be honest the people who have asked this just anecdotally the older they are the more apt they are I phoned to say yeah you cheapskate you send the gift even if it's a save the date and beyond it behind us the younger the person is the less likely that they'll tell me do give a gift okay we have a taker Frank what do you say on this one friend help me out with this social dilemma that I find myself in right now well I did through the social though that you're in right now for each hole with my daughters and I can guarantee that if you got a save the date card you're going to get an invitation that's a hundred percent guaranteed because my double five dollars I told you sense the the day turns those people get an invitation that makes sense right but hang on that makes sense but here's the thing Frank I got the save the date so then I went to my calendar and I said I can't make that weekend I'm gonna be out of town I got a tournament to work I cannot make it so why then reached out to the sender and I said I'm sorry I will be unavailable for your wedding please eleven said Frank I said please if it's possible take the invitation take the the plus one that I was offered and offered to couple other people that maybe we're not going to be on the list well I think you're sending yes but maybe not as an expense server lavish or you know I try to kind of a token gifts just for receiving the state your date knowing that your invited and I think there would be the socially accepted thing to deal and I'm local guys I'm seventy soulful thank you Frank I appreciate it serial seventy yeah sending him a call we'll we'll say Frank says send a gift let's see from the tax line on the eighty eight oh five traditionally a gift from you is your acceptance or approval of the marriage their invitation is there informing you that they seek your approval I guess that makes sense of the eight oh five says card and check four one four you go no I can't go away no I'm sorry the foreign forces you go you take a gift don't go no gift meet them at another time for drinks or dinner and spend time with them if they are important enough okay so the foreman for draws the line right there with you go you take a gift you don't go no gift see I always operated under the premise that if I get an invitation I better send a gift all right is getting interesting Waukesha Brad what say you I would say parts like the other person texted you yeah I'll send a card with those of some money on it it all and then meet him later on for drinks or something but it out at least the knowledge that it out the wedding you told that you are going to be there I mean at least here at all something of knowledge their presence so you're saying send cash and then take them out and pick up the tab I don't know how close you are to write you know make a little more personal it all you seven by somebody or something like that rather than a gift because they can always use the money and then if you know the sort of friend or friends right they don't care family members often they all meet him for drinks thanks Brad I do appreciate the advice okay so we're kind of split for fifty fifty we have a fifty six year old caller who said don't send a gift always said if you can go cinema give him again then what are they looking for money he said he thought that the that the couple was being a little a little overzealous again it just it and I I appreciate just a quick feedback there just something that I was reminded of when Tony was telling his story so this means now of course if if we get the twenty bedrock invitation you're going it doesn't matter if you're not you're in you're going we're all we're all going to the bed on wedding and when it happens we will broadcast it we will tell you when it is and we've been live tweeting live tweeted all yeah jail be their store you'll be there doing the social media thing all you better believe second screening that Facebook live may be broadcast live play by play my tunes I you name it we will do it the bedrock wedding will be the W. 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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Day more than fifty degrees, which seems somewhat sad. Right. You may recall a couple of weeks ago, you had Tim hall Bach on your show, national weather service meteorologist yet from in-depth US if you will. And he said one of the concerns that they were keeping their ion for the spring. They were worried about a flash of mild temperatures, all of a sudden sixty degrees, something like that. Because they have five feet of snow in many areas north of here that is true. And with weather like that and with rain like that that could mean flooding well now, we're starting to see we're seeing issues in oak Lehrer today streets flooded in that neck of the woods of the state were also seen it and finally today. Rain mixed with mild temps, causing some serious problems today firefighters have been going door to door along the funding like river, this is because the ice jams ice is backing up the river. It's rising. Some areas because of that Mike Spaulding just got off the phone the emergency management there. And they say that they've had to rescue some folks others have had to be evacuated because of a river that will not go down anytime. There's a bit of a nightmare scenario and have that much snow melting that quickly. And as I said, it was nice. I actually got in my truck. This morning was beautiful is already the high thirties haven't had that for a while. But we have all this volume of of the white stuff that's gonna melt pretty quickly when it's temperatures get his high sixty and that is going to cause some big problems, the the the high winds don't help either. Yes. Then you also have the high winds with this weather. You got road crews trying to clear the roads if they can in fact, it was shutting down some roads in Waukesha county yesterday. Tony bedrock went to highway eighty three north Adelphia snow is now standing water that's boiling over highway eighty three around Northlake in Waukesha county, Hans is a patrol superintendent. We got it. Well, signed each way we're trying to restore the road to normal conditions. The road does remain open. With heavy melting more rain in poor drainage. It's a recipe for springtime flooding. It's why we're here to maintain the safe roads along highway eighty three around Northlake Sony, WTMJ news. So we have that. And then there's the bomb cyclone disruptive storm moving east bringing with what the national weather service calls a great plain cyclone of historic proportions. That's a term. You don't want next to weather on cyclone. Did you see the pictures from Denver's airport? It looks like the worst of blizzards and here we are mid-march. It looked nasty out there. Meteorologists were all excited about this yesterday. Not in the sense that the, you know, the bad weather, but just a sense that this is this is like a pure storm. Denver just getting pounded authorities,.

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WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They have overwhelming evidence that empire actor Jesse small. Let staged a hate crime and falsely reported it to police police superintendent, Eddie Johnson. Ans angry about it. Put the national spotlight on Chicago for something that is both egregious and untrue is simply shanked police a small lead who was formerly charged today. Hired two brothers to stage, the attack assistant state's attorney recent linear said smollet approached one with the plan texted able stating might need your help on the low you around to meet up to talk face-to-face attorney and law and crime network host Jesse Weber says the brothers are central to the case during the press conference. They were classified as victims that they were manipulated by this man because they could have faced their own legal jeopardy by them. They've now been classified as witnesses, which means they will be crucial to a trial against me. CBS news update on Pam Coulter. WTMJ news time four thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. Stay Democrats are taking their fight against Republican led lame duck legislation to federal court WTMJ's. Tony bedrock is live in the breaking news center. Scott Democrats say the law. Laws are unconstitutional. It's the fourth legal challenge to the laws passed in December, which restrict the power of governor and attorney general say Republicans in a statement saying they're not concerned with the suits believing that they'll be upheld in the courts, Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin is doubling down efforts to keep tax breaks that are enacted for Wisconsin's craft brewers to your piece of legislation will expire this year. A good city brewing. Today, the Senator says the cuts allow all craft brewers to reinvest have.

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03:06 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I'm Tony bedrock. Prosecutors officially filing charges against a man accused of shooting and killing the walkie police officer Matthew retina, Jordan rookie is being charged today with first degree intentional homicide among other weapon and drug related. Felonies. Police were serving a search mart where he allegedly opened fire on officers. He's expected in court again, February twenty fifth he's being held on five hundred thousand dollar cash bond. One man is dead after an officer involved shooting this morning in Waukesha happened just after twelve thirty near school drive in prairie avenue. According to police officer was searching for a suspect involved in a forgery case when police found the man he immediately pulled out a knife and charged the officer after threatening him, according to a press release. That's when the officer shot the suspect four times in the chest killing him. No names are being. Released at this time is investigation continues. Police are saying the officer is has five years of experience on the force. It came down to the wire. But when the clock hits zero national Marquette day was celebrated on national Marquette day. The golden eagles held on to defeat. Number fourteen Villanova sixty six sixty five it was a defensive stop at the buzzer that allowed Marquette to break the ten game win streak in the big east by the Wildcats. Marcus Howard, led the golden eagles with thirty eight points and says it was a team victory guy showed great grit down the stretch the fact that we we had to finish the game on the defensive. And I think really just is a testament to what we've been trying to accomplish team. Marquette improves to nine and two in the big east twenty and four overall taking on the Paul coming up on Tuesday at Pfizer forum, berry, Nelson, WTMJ sports and more of the white stuff is on the way storm team meteorologists Alesia Wilson says the dusting starts this afternoon. It's going to be up north where they see the heavier totals of snowfall but down south really going to pick up an inch or less. That's what it looks like right now for Sheboygan could see upwards of about two inches, but all is quiet and dry. We'll see that snow pushing it around two o'clock and the cell will taper off around ten o'clock tonight. Lindsey Vonn the -ccomplish skier has finished her career reaching the podium one. Last time Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn completing her last run over ski racing career the downhill race at the Alpine Skiing Championships in Sweden winning. The bronze the thirty four year old has had her sheriff scary crashes the latest last week during the super g an exclamation point on our final competition. I just know that I'm what I'm capable of. And what I'm capable of pushing through. And and I knew that is capable of pushing through the pain veterans skier and Olympic gold medalist is the most successful women's skier in history with eighty two world wins right behind Ingemar Stenmark, Michelle Franzen, ABC news and here at home, the twenty one thousand nine sturgeon spearing season opened along lake winnebago, Mike Smith of co owner of dick Smith slide bait and tackle says, it's an experience. Like, no, other families friends groups of people long-standing tradition of people going up to winnebago and cutting a big hole in the ice and sitting waiting for that big sturgeon come by the season open now until protective harvest caps. I reached or until February twenty four th sports. Traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time eleven oh. Three different people from.

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WTMJ 620

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It's twenty nine degrees. CBS news update Virginia's political crisis has taken. In an astonishing new turn attorney general Mark herring revealed. He put on black face in the nineteen eighties. When he was a nineteen year old student at the university of Virginia CBS's, Ed O'Keefe. A new news is this latest incident involving the attorney general was in the midst of his second term who has spoken quite openly about wanting to run for governor in Virginia twenty twenty one and who had already called on the government to resign. And a woman is speaking publicly about her sexual misconduct allegations against Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax who denies her claims Virginia political scientist, Larry savage, wants a very state Commonwealth. And the one thing you could be sure of was that we wouldn't have a lot of scandal or any at all. And now within one week you have had the three statewide elected officials all involved in different kinds of scandal. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. WTMJ news time four thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. Another market police officer. Has lost his life. The morning today. After an officer was shot and killed while conducting a search warrant at a home on the south side near twelfth and Dakota. This officer was just thirty five years old he'd been with the department since he was eighteen started at a young age, obviously and just well beloved tragic and impactful loss for our agency assistant chief Michael Brunson. The officers death marks the third in the line of duty in the past eight months for PD a lot to bear for an agency. Three deaths is such a short period of time. And so we're asking for prayer and support from all of our city residents. I suspect is in custody. Eric Bill said WTMJ news people downtown are showing their respect for the fallen Milwaukee. Police officer as men and women in uniform line shoulder to shoulder awaiting the procession so too did civilian people. You're to stand in solidarity. Police officers every day. A lot of police. Officers are friends of mine weather, many were coming from work or other way back from class. The people just wanted to show that they care about the work officers put in daily, we're here for all market residents are giving them were all standing behind their back and everything in downtown Milwaukee. Tony bedrock WTMJ news WTMJ's. Mike Spaulding was along ninety four is the procession took place a site in a sound heard much too often in Milwaukee these last eight months, the sound of a silent highway miles stretching from freighter hospital to downtown Milwaukee. Methodically closed is the funeral procession of at least one hundred police vehicles transported the body of yet. Another Milwaukee police officer killed in the line of duty standing along ninety four. I counted vehicles from at least five departments making their way single file down the deserted highway, quite an amazing humbling and.

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WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Green Bay twenty two in Waukesha, thirty in Milwaukee. It's twenty nine degrees. The officer his thirty five years of age, and he was a seventeen year. Veteran of the market police department the officer was conveyed to hospital and as stated early he succumbed to his injuries. Assistant Milwaukee police chief Michael Brunson earlier today, a story we continue to track for us that officer is now at the Milwaukee county medical examiner's office where full autopsy will be done tomorrow. That's where Tony bedrock is as well. And Tony there've been a lot of people there throughout the course of the afternoon. Yeah. It's really been shocking to see all the people come out showing their support for the fallen officer awaiting as the procession came through. And then once the hearse arrived at the medical examiner's office. Just the sheer amount of officers coming out of all these buildings to show their support failing the driveway was really shoulder to shoulder packed not a lot of room as they all wanted to make sure that they were there to show their respect. And even as after the the casket was taken inside the still a lot of officers milling around hugging. One another giving each other pats on the backs warm embraces even after everybody had left. There is still baby bought a half hour after it was taken in maybe fifty or so officers bowing their head in a circle and prayer just a lot of camaraderie and a lot of support shown to one another. WTMJ's Tony back. Thank you so much. Tony. He got it got a very full hour this afternoon. Sean lada. He is the new head of the Milwaukee police association. He represents the men and women who wear the blue in Milwaukee, he will be with us on this tough day live at four twenty congressman from Wisconsin. Sean Duffy will be joining us live. I will we talking about state of the union last night. Also, another Milwaukee hero lost in the line of duty will touch on that as well. Coming up at four thirty four and we've just confirmed Milwaukee mayor.

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WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Tragedy. Once again in Milwaukee, the Milwaukee police officer gunned down this morning shortly after nine thirty technical team executing a search warrant shots ring out and one officer is killed that officer is now being taken to the Milwaukee county medical examiner's office where an autopsy will be done tomorrow WTMJ's Tony bedrock. Is there? Tony. I just can't get over the respect and admiration being shown to this officer by the number of people who have shown up there. Yeah. That's definitely one thing that stood out to me as well. John just as I was there early on had the Milwaukee fire trucks setting up with the big American flag as they've unfortunately had to do three times in the past year or so and then people just slowly coming out of the woodwork says stand and shell respect on the side of the road. I stopped police officers shoulder to shoulder and joined with civilians to in some cases up and down State Street is a funeral procession moved on by but people just kind of came out of the woodwork. They saw what was going on. Understood what was actually happening and said their hand over heart or in salute as the procession made its way through WTMJ's. Tony, tony. Thank you so much for being down there all afternoon, he bet some of the very poignant pictures were mothers with their children standing off to the side of the interstate is this fallen officer drove by children's saluting firefighters hugging police officers at the medical examiner's office paying their final respects. It is forty three on WTMJ sports up next. You patio.

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08:16 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of the hearse. This is just one of those moments that you never hope you have to talk about or see and we've seen it three times. Now in the last eight months here in Milwaukee. The honor guard. Approach is now the flag draped coffin, which is in the back of that hearse. There are six members of the honor guard. Honorary pallbearers for lack of a better word. They will carry the coffin into the medical examiner's office. And that honor guard is Eric spent pointing out or a member of will be with this fallen officer until he is buried. Here comes the confidence being raised out of the back of the hearse. Untold some of those officers that are standing up close our technical commanders, those were his bosses. And you can tell they look older more seasoned officers. Most of them. And now as many many police officers have made their way to this bay where the hearses the honor guard. Moves the flag draped coffin out of the back of the hearse. It's been lifted up. It is on rollers. It is being prepared to be moved inside the medical examiner's office where a full and formal autopsy will be done. We're told sometime tomorrow likely in the morning. Six officers. The Hearst door has now been closed. I'm struck by the number of people who just pushed into that bay. And saluting. I mean, everyone's saluting. So now the coffin the casket is being moved. It's being moved now through the bay. It's rolling past the hearse that carried it there. And it will be taken inside the ease office in downtown Milwaukee we pull back a little further. You can see it looks like hundreds of officers who have now assembled gotten out of their vehicles. They are standing at attention some of them in uniform some of them in plain clothes, they have their weapons they have their walkie-talkies. Wow. This is just such a solemn site. It's so sad to have to just go through this for the third time in eight months. It's almost surreal because for twenty years. This didn't happen in Milwaukee. We don't yet know the funeral home where this young fallen officer will eventually end up. We don't know for sure when the autopsy will be conducted. And we don't know for sure when the police department will allow us to release the name of the officer. Flag is waving firefighters who had been standing up at the top the upper level, saluting the hearses. It came down are now making their way down to that bay area. An American flag being carried in a Wisconsin flag being carried in an honor guard with the rifle that you always see being carried into the medical examiner's office as firefighters and policemen continue to assemble in this area that is just chilling. I can't tell you how many people are there. They're out of room. There's nowhere else for these people continue to file in to pay their respects to stand. So up above it is to fire ladder trucks with a huge American flag cars continue to pile into this area. Police vehicles down below the hearses pulled into an underground bay. It has been taken inside the body has an people continue to mill about down. They're paying their respects. And we're now getting a different look at downtown where it is going to be really a mess this afternoon because the procession is still coming through. I mean, this is this is the folks have gotten all the cars have gotten off the freeway. Now are again preceding single file. Let's go Tony bedrock is at the medical examiner's office. What are you seeing Tony all right now as you guys are mentioning the crowds just filling up, and they're slowly discount of re returning now is that the big crowd is still filling the street all of ninth street. Police cars up and down on both sides. But it is really congested. A lot of people still embracing a lot of hugs right now being given out as they are standing right outside of the her said night can't even count. How many people are embracing officers embracing one another sad faces as as now start to return out from behind the hearse, but the street right now just flooded with curious onlookers across the street firefighters police officers. Both in uniform and in street clothes as it is still what's shocking to the silence, just the share respect that they had for one another for their followed officer, Tony as I look at this crowd. I'm sad for all of us, and my heart hurts for the men and women that are part of this community embraces slaps on the back. Lots of long faces men that probably don't hug that often some of them holding onto each other just trying to get through. What is another devastating day for our city? Not just this police force. But this city. And that's one thing you can really see on their faces as they're turning to one another talking with one another hogging on another tears coming out of some of their eyes says even as civilians across the street are offering handshakes offering just kind of alarm embrace for these officers that are going through this extremely difficult day. And there's still a big crowd right behind the hearse says a lot of ongoing from person to person officer to officer to kind of just get any kind of cheering up or any kind of warm words that they can that they can right now. Forget I was just going to say a lot of these guys are going back to work. Yeah. You can't say that enough that some of these people have to go right back to the job after today. You know, one of the things that struck me as condolences reporting in from departments across the nation. The Milwaukee fire department tweeting out our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in blue were with you during this difficult time, we just saw poignant picture of a grizzled firefighter. Looks to be mid-fifties hugging. A young police officer who looked to be in his twenties in plain clothes, clearly showing up for work his firearm at his side, a tear in his eye. And a firefighter taking off his helmet in full uniform. Just hugging that young police officer. You know, what's interesting to me is it appears that everybody's still milling around. The casket has been moved inside the doors have been shut. But people don't seem to be in a hurry to leave. There's people that keep coming into the bay. And there's not quite as many people in an immediate areas there were but people are just hanging around for one of a better phrase. And I think it's like they're just trying to make sense of this. And what do you do next year? Right. I mean, the action here is really done. But the people are not ready to be done. They need to be there. They need to be with each other. And really looking as the procession continues to make its way towards the medical examiner's office more people parking and piling out of their vehicles and embracing each other the picture, I just that strikes me is the mingling of the police officers in the firefighters. They're all one brotherhood this afternoon as they come together to recognize this fallen police officer industry, a seven on WTMJ continuing coverage always at WTMJ dot com or on the WTMJ mobile app. We're going to take a quick break here. And we're going to get you caught up on everything especially traffic is being impacted by this Debbie Lazaga is here, and she is on top of it. We'll be right back continuing coverage on WTMJ. Hi, this is Jason from capitol heating and cooling. Tell me. Are you sick of being cooped up inside like a prisoner? I know I am. 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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Even trickier. Republican House speaker Kirk Cox says north of Moscow become clear to us recall of the veracity of the photographs governors lost the confidence of the people affected. The situation is complicated by an uncorroborated allegation of sexual misconduct against Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax who denied cooperation because that did not happen. There was no no inappropriate contact whatsoever. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. WTMJ news time four thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. Get ready for some holes. The weather conditions are expected to cause potholes on our roads might gap. Works Daves garage. And Brookefield think we'll be seeing a lot more repairs coming in next week. Even a smaller potholes are going to make a big affect on the cars. Pronoun Gaba tells today, see I'm Jay Ford. They're already doing repair work on vehicles damaged by potholes, the price tag and be as much as a thousand dollars. Politico is reporting that Milwaukee is the odds on favourite to land the twenty twenty democratic national convention WTMJ's. Tony bedrock has perspective live in the breaking news center. Yeah. Melissa the DNC says it would bring one of the largest ever economic impacts to Milwaukee estimated two hundred million dollars. But in terms of size of the event, something the city hasn't welcome before. Organizers expected to draw roughly fifty thousand people for reference Harleys one hundred fifteenth anniversary ju one hundred and fifty thousand riders to the city the past year vital decision on a whole city is expected in the coming weeks tomorrow night, President Trump gives his state of the union address the day before the state of the union address. President Trump's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway says the address it congress will tackle. Accomplishments and some of their goals like how to move forward on immigration what we need the.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Brakes there with traffic and weather together on the town's. I'm Debbie Lazaga WTMJ, Pelosi dot com and saver traffic. The WTMJ five day forecast for tonight. Partly cloudy cold once again fifteen for the low at the lake ten inland. Westerly winds around ten miles per hour, keeping the wind chills. Single digits, and maybe even down to zero Thursday more sunshine a little bit less wind and a high of twenty seven mostly cloudy thirty four on Friday. Those clouds will bring a little bit of light snow on Saturday. Nothing to be too concerned about the high of thirty three and then more sunshine returns for Sunday and a high of thirty five I'm meteorologist Brian got her with the storm. She forecast on WTMJ barometric pressure is rising the Lake Michigan. Water temperatures thirty nine and Madison thirty three Green Bay. It's twenty nine in Waukesha, thirty five in Milwaukee at seventeen degrees. The Packers name their new head coach officially they introduced and they named him yesterday. He is Matt leflore who got emotional talking about his opportunity in Green Bay that was after Packers president. Mark Murphy got emotional talking about the situation up in Green Bay. It's been quite a day. Tony back from WTMJ guy is up there in Titletown and was inside that news conference. What was the energy like in the room? Tony. It was a little bit anxious a little bit like let's get ready to open up this new chapter. But it almost felt the little celebrate sorry at the same time a lot of very optimistic about the future. President. Mark Murphy talked about the candidates said he interviewed and in the first nine none of them stood out. Matt leflore was the tenth and final candidates and think and everyone all the Packers front brass knew that he was the guy after the tenth interview, they slept on it. And they seem pretty certain that he's the guy that came back to where it was. So Tony when you were there, obviously was technology people that were crying, did you notice other people in the audience sort of wiping tears away? Most of the Petra fires are pretty still going, right? Pentti to his family, and they are all very looking on a little bit. Not really dry eyed, but they're looking on the floor himself. Even got choked up saying those are the people that really drives the if that's what I do. I do it for that. Tony this is such a big day because it hasn't happened in thirteen years. It just doesn't happen in Green Bay, very patient organization. And it sounds like you could actually feel the optimism in the room. Yeah. You really try. And like you said, this doesn't happen all the time. So it's really like when they make a decision like you're expected to be kinda for the long term. I know I was just sitting in the HMO about five minutes ago. Matlin flourish family is kind of walk by getting the tour kids look up at the giant Lombardi trophy that you see in the entry way. And they were just as talented. So a lot of people are hoping that this is a long-term higher. And then a lot of success will count as well. That's a great story. Tony bedrock with us this afternoon live from Green Bay. Thank you. Tony. You got it. I'm very anxious to bring in one of the smartest guys in our business. When it comes to the Packers is Greg Matic, his take on what this all means. And how it might shake. Out. That's coming up at four twenty one. Did you know that brewers? They are getting ready to make a concert announcement tomorrow. We're going to give you some insight of who that could be who that might be a little speculating at four thirty four. Brian got live in the weather center. Is it going to stay this cold? And is there a chance for snow.

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"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"tony bedrock" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Tony Iverson is now the governor of the state of Wisconsin Scott Walker no longer WTMJ's. Tony bedrock has been covering the inauguration in Madison, and he is with us on the phone. Hey, Tony, what things stood out most to you today when you think about what you witness there? The capital, John. I think it really the enthusiasm that everybody really independent game with lot. A lot of clapping a lot of support. A lot of people. I was just talking about this kind of habits fuzziness energy about them. Now that can I'm about how they felt about today. What kind of bent to them, but just filled with people supporting a lot of cheering people just kind of violent with one another fan just taking it all in is a pretty big day. A former governor Jim Doyle was there. I know you had the chance to speak to governor. Doyle, he's been very quiet for eight years doesn't do a lot of interviews. We tried to get him on the show repeatedly. What was his take? What did he say? What did you take away from your conversation with? Governor doyle. I think that this has been a long time coming to see another democratic governor take office with speaking with toil that he was kind of relieved the little a sense of finally let's get back to business a little bit in that regard. You said he kind of understood some of the challenges that Tony abors is gonna be assuming what he takes office with the Republican controlled by nature, and he knows that Iverson's the right guy just kind of gotten to known the campaign season. And he along with many other people are pretty optimistic about what he can do for. You know, Tony I saw you post some pictures of governor Walker supporters in the gallery that had signs, and they were removed is that just a they weren't vulgar. Are you not allowed to sign, and I think that was the policy coming into today when it came to the inauguration ceremony a little bit before I saw those people with the science support. Another guy came up to me. Kind of complaining a little bit about how he was being ushered out nets. They wouldn't let him all the sign. I think it said something about recall twenty twenty. You told me he wasn't sitting violence. He was gonna silently protest, but he wasn't allowed in the really main rotunda where everybody could be. So I think it was just kind of a policy for today. And you saw that too with the removal of other people kind of showing their signs in support of governor Walker WTMJ's, Tony, I thank you so much. Tony you got to update you on a breaking news story, Madison. Police telling us now that they continue to search for a woman near camp Randall spotted with a gun. She's apparently an armed robbery suspect. A white female about twenty five years old with long Brown hair in a ponytail and a dark. Green sweatshirt be careful, please send you avoid that area. Reports of a woman with a gun near camp. Randall sports is up next..

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Major League Baseball will require Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader to take sensitivity training

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Major League Baseball will require Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader to take sensitivity training

"Four thirty two from the. WTMJ breaking news center the brewers a major league. Baseball are responding. To the revelation of racist and anti gay tweets from pitcher Josh, Hader WTMJ, Scott wars has the latest John let's. Start with what major league baseball announced today in a statement they said that the office of the. Commissioner will require, of heater, sensitivity training and participation in MLB's diversity and inclusion initiative had been some talk that he may be would face suspension that will not be the case and then brewers. General manager David Stearns releasing this statement a short time. Later saying in part that those who have come to know Josh hater do not believe that these posts. Represent. His beliefs Stearns will join Wisconsin's? Morning news tomorrow at eight ten I'm Mike Spaulding may. Be, an opportunity for him to show his human brewers reliever Josh hater owning up to his racist and anti-gay tweets in what's amounting to, another case, of what's on the internet is there forever belt. Or in, Lincoln's, Andy, Larson humping that. Coaches parents and anyone who's in a, position of authority your leadership needs to try and. Convey to, a seventeen year old or younger anyone really who's on social media what you put out there, stays out there. And deleting it doesn't mean it. Goes away catering the brewers returned to the field. On Friday I. Commute challenging commute this morning after a complete shutdown of the Marquette, interchange WTMJ's, Tony bedrock live in the breaking news. Center Melissa no injuries are being reported after two vehicles burst into flames when a car slammed into. A construction truck, carrying a, type of road primer it happened just after three this morning along forty-three northbound at wells air Lipsky the Milwaukee fire department says they use an abundance of caution it'll. Take a slightly like hey we're going to settle, stuff That's not there's no joy in that there's even less I think we have a massive lips he says it nearly prompted. Evacuations before they knew a, less, toxic chemical was on board A community group hoping to improve communication between the residents and police in Milwaukee it's an effort to build trust between residents. And law enforcement I'm assuming that it probably will have some some differences. In regards, to what it looks like from the community versus the police. Department to walking community collaborative. Committee chair, markes a Tucker says. The report should be ready for, the common council this fall we hope to get something in the budget for twenty nineteen that's what we're really hoping Tucker says some people are skeptical, there's a lot riding on this and we hope that all of the agencies and the community continue steadfast and be strong throughout this process outside their Wisconsin black historical society in Milwaukee Jane Matenaer. WTMJ, apology from the. Mayor and a settlement from a central Florida's city that. Took issue with a couple's decision to. Have their home painted like a Van Gogh masterpiece starry night WKNO jeez Amanda Castro explains The mural was graffiti Nicole violation and a traffic concern finding the homeowners more than ten thousand dollars they bought a federal lawsuit claiming the city, violated their first and fourteenth amendment rights the city decided to settle the case as part of the agreement the homeowners wanted a public apology from the mayor who calls this unfortunate dispute WTMJ news, time, four thirty.

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UN Security council rejects Russian resolution

Retirement Ready with Tony Frake

01:09 min | 3 years ago

UN Security council rejects Russian resolution

"I'm tony bedrock us ambassador to the un nikki haley says it's time for talk ended friday nights and that's when the allied airstrikes on syria targets crippled the country's chemical weapons program we've got more on the syria airstrikes coming up now from cbs abc news the un security council dispatched our rejecting russian resolution condemning what it called aggression against syria by the us it's allies only three countries russia china and bolivia voted in favor of the resolution this following the us led airstrikes on targets in syria connected to the government's chemical weapons program us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley today the un security council was crystal clear the united states of america will not allow the assad regime to continue to use chemical weapons and this warning to syrian leader but cheryl assad i spoke to the president this morning and he said if the syrian regime uses this poisonous gas again the united states is locked and loaded president trump on twitter this morning calling it a perfectly executed strike adding mission accomplished the.

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