32 Burst results for "Waukesha"

J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

Men In Blazers

01:38 min | 2 months ago

J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength

"My guest today is a bona fide. Day great american born in waukesha wisconsin plus with superhuman quality size strength power quick hands and feet america to dominate. Nfl lines of scrimmage since two thousand eleven defining himself as a warrior. One man wrecking crew future hall of famer. National women's soccer league aficionado box jumping legend who's also a chelsea fan extraordinaire. Welcome to men in blazers. Mr. jj watt. Thank you roger to kind. That was good intro. Jj are so many reasons. I revere ye above old your journey to becoming one of the best players in nfl history which has been a saga overcome challenges after another defying doubters haters illness injury along the way it said that addition to your physical gifts you have intense mental strength the ability to set your mind to a challenge and make it. So what's the secret to perseverance. Belief and dana confidence. I think it's partially a little bit of craziness. I think that there's probably a little bit of insanity in there where you go through some situations where people would say. Maybe now's a good time to stop and you say now. I don't think it is whether it was some of the injuries. I've gone through with my back the broken leg or transferring schools in college. Whatever it is. There's always been some people that said this the right decision is this the right thing to do and for some reason or another way. My parents raised me. When i was a kid. The answer has always been absolutely a threat thing to do.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

Vicki McKenna

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in regards to Governor Tony Evers, statewide mask mandate box sixes and delicate area, explains Waukesha County resident Jared Fay. Vic. Filed a petition against the governor's power to issue the statewide mask mandate, according to the lawsuit Favorite argue state law prevents a governor from issuing more than one emergency order for the same pandemic. Governor, Evers declared the state wide mass mandate after he had declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home. The Supreme Court is looking to answer two questions. Did Governor Evers violated state law when he declared a state of emergency and put those orders in place? And whether the orders are an unconstitutional legislative power used by the executive branch.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I'm Rusty Mellberg. Waukesha County executive Paul Farrow says he has tested positive for covert 19 in a statement. He says he has developed mild symptoms and has and had begun self quarantining after a member of his household began showing symptoms sometime last week. Pharrell is encouraging people to self quarantine test in contact trace when they begin to feel ill to protect others from the virus. This comes as the state sets another single day record today for new covert 19 cases. 3861 the presidential decision, Wisconsin, the presidential campaigns pick up again tomorrow with President Trump scheduled hole to events in Janesville private fundraiser and a public rally. Several doctors like lacrosse Ophthalmologist, Dr Bob Friedland says the rally should be cancelled. Due the covert 19 risk that Trump's rallies in danger public health and they have become platform for him to spread medically inaccurate information. That put people's lives at risk right here in Wisconsin. As for the biting campaign, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is scheduled to hold events in Madison and Milwaukee to encourage early voting. CBS News correspondent Noro Donald reports on the battle for the presidency with the top two candidates today. President Trump and Joe Biden hit the trail today with very different goals. Biden is trying to shore up support in states where he's already in the lead. While the president is fighting hard not to fall behind in states he expected to win easily. The president was in Florida and Georgia. Biden was in Michigan while young people have little chance of dying from Cove in 19 new science shows different long term health effects stemming from the virus. See TVs Naomi Knowles has more on what's known as the long hauler is very new. We're still learning once they test negative. They aren't still contagious, says Dr Nausea soft are with UW health because long haulers may not be getting active medical care, she says. It's hard to really pinpoint how many, many experienced this What we're learning, I think is that you can't just assume that just because somebody has mild symptoms to begin with, but they will bounce back immediately. A CDC report in July found that one in five millennial age healthy adults didn't Turn to normal weeks after testing positive and according to reporting from the Atlantic, the average age of long haulers is 44 People ages 10 to 19 make up 12% of all active positive cases of covert 19 statewide. The world shaken by the latest terror attack in France. That's about 5 P.m. Friday local time ABC is Maggie Ruli in the foreign desk in London gathering the latest information, police say an 18 year old man beheaded a middle school history teacher with a knife on the street in front of his school. Officer shooting and killing the attacker. After a brief chase. Police say the teacher have received threats after mentioning the controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed published by the Charlie head, No newspaper during a lesson about freedom of expression. Images Many Muslims find disrespectful. ABC News will have the latest throughout the night. It will be a first for the Packers this season when they travel down to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers that opportunity to play in front of fans. Voice of the Packers. Wayne Larvae says it's been the talk of practice. The guys have talked about it a camp this week that they want to play in front of fans. They want fans in the stands they really do is And you know there's a certain amount of performance that it's involved with these guys. So, yeah, I think they're looking forward to it. Sunday's matchup also pits Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady against one another for just the third time in their careers. Kickoff from Tampa said just before 3 30 Sports trafficking, whether next doubIe team genius time a toe for this report has sponsored by EON clinics. Dental implants, Smile for life..

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Wisconsin delegates remain enthusiastic during downsized RNC

Our American Stories

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin delegates remain enthusiastic during downsized RNC

"The first day of the Republican National Convention. So the majority of Wisconsin's delegation staying in the state taking part and watch parties like one in Waukesha, alternate delegate Terry Did, Rick tells T M J for news. Still exciting to take part any way they can, but surreal really sorry about not being able to go there. But, you know, at the end of the day that the mission is still here in Wisconsin former governor Scott Walker wasn't Charlotte Monday to help renominate Mike Pence for the party's vice president.

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"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Casey from the Waukesha County Center for Growth. So Tim helping businesses locate and grow in Waukesha County is obviously good for those businesses. But why is it important to communities? We feel very fortunate that we've been able to work with more than 70 companies in the last four years to help them start up to expand to make their initial location, Walk shot County. And those 70 companies collectively have had capital investments of over $200 million. And they've created an excess of 1600 jobs. And when you add in the jobs that were retained, uh, we're at about 2000 jobs that that we've helped companies too. Creator retain here in the county in the last four years. But one of the things that's very important for all of us is the fact that obviously those jobs have a salary that comes with them or an hourly rate, and it provides people's livelihood. At the same time. It's very important for the community is not just to have those those good jobs that help support individuals and families, but also the tax base. I think a lot of your listeners may know That municipalities and counties and for that matter, the state have all been constrained in terms of tax base and tax growth. For the last number of years. We've all been trying to hold the line on expenditures in the public sector. One of the few ways that communities can grow or or even maintain their budget is to have growth in tax base. So when a company builds a new plant or buys a new building and fixes it up that tax base flows too, not just the municipality there in but the school District Technical College, the county And as they as we see tax base growth in our municipality is in the county that provides flexibility and the budgeting so that municipal government and other governments can continue to provide vital services to the citizens. Well, that certainly is important and we talk about this being a community show and the impact and that certainly speaks to that. Um, where do you see the economic and community development efforts going then? In the next few years. I think an interesting distinction. Air if you will is economic development is often measured by tax base and by jobs. You start to talk about community development. You get into the realm of what makes our community special places and again. One of the things were blessed by here and watch our Connie is. We've got 37 municipalities. There's a tremendous variety. You confined the lifestyle you're looking for. But the common denominators are there's good people. There's people who many people who are educated or professionals, and there's hardworking folks. Who care about their home care about their community and invest back into it. And we've got it again. A tremendous variety communities. We've got late country We've got beautiful little towns on the lake. We've got P walkie, you know, with a classic main street and a beach across the street on P Walkie lake. We've got Walker Shaw. We've got a condom walk, which is seeing tremendous investment in the downtown. Everything from high end condos, two additional apartments that are maybe more affordable for for folks who You know, I also want an opportunity to live in that community. The full range of life cycle housing at the county executive talks about and that the alliance and the center for Girls have been working hard on. But when you talk to the planners and the engineers and the architects, you'll hear a term a lot about sense of place. And sense of place just means again. What? What is that Fabric? What is the field in your community area in a downtown P walkie. Are you in the central part of Walker Show Aryan economy walk. Where you've got a nice main street. That's got the coffee shops in the retail in a mom and pop retail, unique things that you're looking for that enhance your quality of life. So I think one of the things we're seeing increasing walk shot Connie and we're trying to help all of our communities in any way we can. Is to develop that sense of place to make sure we've got the farmer's markets. We've got the streetscape. We've got the unique retail. We've got the artisanal foods. We've got the local chefs. We've got the local Cooking schools. We've got the coffee shops that people are looking for. It's just really contributes to that sense of community and makes people feel better about the place. They live because of things that they enjoy and want to do are readily available for him. So we've seen a lot of our work shift as we work with our communities. To concentrate on those downtown areas and make sure that we're doing everything we can to attract those types of businesses and to help the local entrepreneurs, the local chefs, the people who started off with the farmer's markets, to be able to open their shops, opened a restaurant and contribute to that quality of life. So sense of place. Okay, now I'm going to know that what that means if I hear it out there Um, how talking about the different businesses in our community? We understand that there has been some impact due to the cold with 19 crisis. How did Kobe 19 and the resulting shutdowns of many businesses affect the work being done at the alliance and the center for Growth? And how did you respond to that? Well, Jill a cz. We all know it was the most sudden economic downturn and swelling unemployment, really, at least in the last 100 years and in many ways in our nation's history. So from the From the very first day that I became a parent, there was gonna be a widespread shutdown. Suzanne called all of the staff together Alliance and Center for Growth and said, folks I'm going to be a part of the solution. Not part of the problem. Get everything you need out of the office. Get everything on a flash drive you need We're going to start working for home tomorrow on B. Really? Two organizations came even closer together than we've been, Uh, we've share office space. We share staff. We work very well together, but it was time for everybody all hands on deck. We had to learn about a lot of technologies and ways to hold meetings virtually as everybody has had two and everybody covered each other. Who's my tech support on this mean? Who's the Who's the backup person? In case something happens? I would really say that the first day was a little bit of a learning curve. And by the second day again, Alliance Staff Center for Gross staff were working very much parallel in parallel to provide services.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And click the get started button I'm Dave spinal from annex wealth management and that's your money talk minute traffic and weather let's get right out to Debbie the rain usually causes problems and it's really coming down in some areas that yeah definitely coming down especially to the south of the west so just be very careful out there eastbound on ninety four right now is a ten minute ride three minute back up their westbound side's gonna take you eight minutes from downtown to the zoo another fourteen to get from the state highway sixteen that's four minutes on that like forty one south on highway queue to visit or change up to a ninety minute ride so that is a picture for about forty three brown deer road Delmar cat also slowing down now it's fourteen minutes an extra two to your normal ride as you continue over the high rise bridge stays kinda heavy eight minutes from downtown to Leighton Avondale and then on the bypass eastbound between the hail and the Mitchell interchange for a twenty minute ride some rock freeway we're also seeing some delays because the lots of rain coming down there right now it's about ten minutes to get from highway one sixty four to the hail the same thing for the south outside each of those directions as an extra minute the traffic and weather together on the tense I'm Debbie laws against WTMJ politically Y. dot com all right it's meteorologist Ryan whose in house this afternoon because of the heavy weather and boy Brian especially south and west of here it's raining pretty good it is at ninety four is basically the cut off the south side of Waukesha is being poured on the southeastern southern and southeastern portions of Waukesha county would want to go to east Troy in in it's not just heavy blinding rain it is a lot of lightning as well just frequent cloud to ground lightning so watch out for that there could be some power outages with that wind lake seeing some heavy rain.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Right now even Waukesha you know I can honestly say for my part I was for school choice before it was cool all right it was vice president Mike pence choice round table taking place right now I watch I stand how can it be unit Waukesha he's there along with the superintendent of the Waukesha school district and Betsy device the education secretary we've also seen Senate Majority Leader Scott fitzgerald on hand and walk shot county executive Paul ferro V. P. landed a little bit more than an hour ago we will later be at the Ingleside he in Pewaukee foreign events with the former governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker which will take place today later in a couple of days we'll see another member of the White House administration the president Thursday president trump set to tour a marine facility in Marinette before he takes part in a fox news town hall in Green Bay later that evening the latest Marquette University law school poll shows forty six percent of Wisconsin I said they'd vote for Democrat Joe Biden compared with forty three percent for president trump the president did win Wisconsin in twenty sixteen by a single point over then democratic candidate Hillary Clinton I don't want the president's first trip to Wisconsin since January Mike Spaulding W. T. of Cheney's former vice president and democratic challenger Joe Biden expected to hold a town hall virtually in Wisconsin on Friday households across the state are still trying to figure out what schools going to look like for children this fall after the department of public instruction issued its list of pandemic suggestions for districts statewide not going to be a simple feat the P. I. pitching hybrids with students splitting time between home in the classroom something Kelly herbs to the website and key with kids this is a problem in disadvantaged communities where distance learning is an issue I was heartened to see that we were going to be trying to go back because of those disparities what that looks like remains to be seen and what about kids at home when mom and dad both were hurrying to get daycare on one random day a week or every other week herbs says there are no answers at this point only more questions G. Miller W. T. M. G. news Dr Anthony Fauci the infectious disease expert says more needs to be done the fight corona virus he says more testing will be done more surveillance in the my and say Hey he does say that a covert nineteen vaccine could be ready by the end of this year or early twenty twenty one he says it's when not if if you look at how we've been hit we've been hit badly I think anybody who looks at the numbers we had now over a hundred twenty thousand deaths we've had two and a half million infections so it's a serious situation about she says he's growing concern over the number of cases that are popping up in many states especially to the south he's testifying today before Congress sports traffic and weather next W. team to do some eleven oh.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"High of fifty three in Waukesha right now it's thirty one Milwaukee thirty seven at W. T. M. J. I think it's definitely a challenge using the virus as a way to stay in office that's not appropriate as well as using it as a way to get formal the hours of that's not appropriate that is state senator Lena Taylor speaking at a forum this week she is challenging incumbent walking near term bearish who is seeking another term questioning his handling of the corona virus situation in any manner of other things we're waiting for the state senator and candidate to give us a call the heady Wisconsin policy forum event last week and the mayor's should wear during which she said that the mayor is not passionate about people in the court he's always late to the party when it comes to dealing with some of the city's problems that includes corona virus and lead laterals we have a number of questions we would like to ask him when she calls in we will take that call here W. T. M. J. in the meantime speaking of the corona virus hard times continuing at fourth and St in downtown Milwaukee the orders of the journal Sentinel making several moves this week to help the local paper through the situation that everybody is going through K. net owns the journal Sentinel beer fruit for lowering some newsroom employees suspending their dividend as well company CEO Paul best converting that he will not accept P. until furloughs and other reductions have been reversed among the reporters affected by these changes bill Glauber Molly Beck Patrick Marley very speak cruiser Craig Gilbert Dan by several of those friends frequent contributors into the radio station here in Wisconsin morning news those furloughs according to places Facebook post cited by the Milwaukee business journal it it is not seeing how those for lows will be done now I thought I'd read somewhere this is in the dream I thought do I read this that I'd heard that give that was going to do this like three weeks on one week off you work three weeks and then you work one week without without pay all part of a one hundred twenty five million dollar expense reduction plan the king that is implementing amid anticipated declines in ad in the vents revenue as the pandemic continues the company reporting fourth quarter dips in circulation print and digital advertising that was even before for the operator said in then there's what this situation is doing to hotels in southeastern Wisconsin empty rooms and in some cases locked doors so it goes from Milwaukee area places of hospitality in the midst of the pandemic numbers cited in the Milwaukee business journal show occupancy rates are down seventy five percent from a year ago thirteen southeast Wisconsin hotels are closed according to the business journal including American club.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Corona virus crisis on WTMJ going on the line by Waukesha county executive Paul Farrow hi Paul how are you I'm doing great how are you I'm good how are your mom and dad do and they stay in inside they are keen insight hopefully mom is listening right now to you could tell her to the insight that would help me a lot Mrs vero you've got to stay in that I know that's not easy you're busy you've got energy you want to run to the grocery store and everywhere else you and Mr feral need to stay in the house your sons one of the smartest guys I know he says stay in the house you got to stay in the house no one and that that could help me at all but it's worth a shot I want to ask you about the governor safer at home order today there's a lot of confusion about what businesses are open and what businesses are closed and my goodness he did issue this for a very long time longer I think than any place else in the nation what are your initial reactions to the order today and what that means for your constituents well I think that that's the biggest thing is we've got some clarity people that I was talking to yesterday were like when is this going to end and so getting at least the end date I know there's kind of a shock but at least they're like okay I know what we need to plan for might be difficult but we now we know we're going one of the things that they bring up and that one of the things that they've done at the state level is the W. EDC which is our economic development corporation for the state has a website that you can go out to to see if you are an essential business are nonessential bit any do you think you should be they have a really easy for me to go on there to fill out and see if you can get brought into the essential that as well now that's a big deal so in the set and in essence you can appeal the decision you can see if I hate you can make your case yeah W. EDC dot org slash essential business you can find it we're gonna have that up on our website one of the things we've done early on in Washoe county is at the Walker county dot gov website we have a corona virus update page that is all the information for what the state going on what happened in the county changes that are going on in county government is really trying to get as much information for our citizens as possible in one location you know I know you've had conversations recently with the governor himself what do you think of the length of his order but long I mean when you think about it we're talking about a month in the X. one where I I don't think so he said I think the longest one that's out there I understand why the governor's doing it when you think about public safety and public health that is not for us right now everything that we've done up to this point is to make sure that we can keep hi I used at risk in bills in a senior citizen population safe from the corona virus continue to wash your hands keeping that social distance is key details that we're gonna see how our businesses are going to say you know it's a month that I'd close my doors I don't know if I'm gonna be real to recover from that and that's something that we'll be looking at at the county perspective we have an armored urgency operation center that kind of running and on the twenty four to forty eight hours issues I'm working now with business to business leaders in lockstep county to look at the fourteen days out what are the impacts that we have to be prepared for what is things that we can bring to the governor's Hey we've got some challenges can you help us work with these so it's beginning of our conversation you mentioned that your mom is kind of you know I busy bee and likes to be out it's hard sometimes to be at home and we have to see a home how important or what would your message be to people that think now I can still go out and do a few things and be around people how important is it for people to self isolate and the social distance I think he is the most important thing we can do you know as county executive I am considered an I know some people will disagree essential but it's one of those where China because one of them it is one where you've got actually you've got a separate I love my mom to death I think I've seen her in the last ten days about five minutes hi doctor all the time on the phone I've gone I've got the stuff my brother have gone out and gotten stuff for them my wife and I I mean my wife is a school counselor she's in the other room right now working with kids that they're going to the school day we're starting to kind of realize what the new norm is but if they're clean time that is the key we have to keep that social separation it's kind of fun for me only take us out for a walk everybody kind of separated you can go by not just because you got dogs but they realize this is what we've got to do if we do that we can reduce the impact of the corona virus is gonna have our population because we can see that that compaction Hey Margaret Farrow one more time stay at home if you need a liquor store run I'll get it I'll sit on your front step I want us to have dinner when this is all said and done so you just stay at home right now stay at home welfare things.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I will put in Waukesha west Dallas in Pewaukee on Silverdale wash once a day every day for as little as twenty one ninety nine a month traffic and weather together on the tense seven forty what's up but their dealer well we got that we had earlier action forty three north on Capitol drive and it's just got cleared out of the way so we're doing better their self outside they'll still kinda heavy eighteen to get from ground zero to mark Katz was six minute backed up eastbound ninety four highway sixteen because it will take you thirteen of them from the zero downtown to be sixteen minutes that all is gonna be a twelve minute back up to the whole stretch west on ninety four downtown to the zoo twenty six minutes and then from the super highway sixteen will be about fourteen minutes forty one south on highway cute to deserve it or change watch for about a fifteen minute ride there so let's give yourself a little bit of extra time the traffic and weather together on the tests identifies got WTMJ held a few I. dot com J. five day forecast guys clearing out we're gonna at lots of sunshine for today mostly sunny breezy this afternoon high forty three for tonight increasing clouds low thirty for Thursday morning rain and snow showers likely very little or no accumulation expected partly cloudy and mild with a high forty eight for Friday mostly sunny a high of forty one Saturday mostly sunny and mild high fifty two Sunday mostly sunny and warm and a high of fifty eight degrees I'm meteorologist Brian is a it's you the storm team forecast on the B. T. object Watertown thirty two Grafton thirty four Milwaukee thirty five W. T. M. let's see what's on TV today you got Chicago med Chicago fire you got the mass singer I can't figure with the Steelers at home now that you know they all look here's a guy that's could be walking over a volcano while I'm.

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New Road Projects Emerging in Southeast Wisconsin

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

New Road Projects Emerging in Southeast Wisconsin

"And with the new year comes new road projects in southeast Wisconsin now the twenty nineteen is wrapping up we can expect a lot of road projects to kick in in the new year the deal tease my pirate says they're not taking the new you're lying down there's plenty to keep them busy and twenty twenty the completion of the project by finishing up the north flag will be getting some work under way here now we're seeing county on highway eleven towards the downtown area just over how we sixteen in Waukesha county will be re decking the bridge eighty three over highway sixteen and that's just to name a few that would also get

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"News center Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis could be headed into the new year without a new contract is a fire and police commission reportedly will not vote on his new contract during their meeting tomorrow which is the final meeting of the year walking mayor Tom Barrett moments ago releasing a statement saying it's important for the independent fire and police commission to act promptly to renew the contract of chief of funds moralis he has my support the city Milwaukee needs a police chief the people in Milwaukee deserve to have this critical position filled meanwhile Milwaukee alderman cavalier Johnson would like to see the commission come to a decision on moralis is future help the member wanted to be certain action much like a member of the community yeah we can try and work complete our case but ultimately the decision whether it's you know hiring or firing a police chief for any number of other decision Paul in the lap of those folks who are you know commissioners on that very powerful body rouses contract expires January seventh we're gonna hear from the president of Milwaukee police association Sean Lada coming up at four thirty the students used to bring firearms to Waukesha south high school was back in court today today's T. M. J. four Stephanie Haines is at the Waukesha county courthouse was in court very briefly this morning his attorney told the court they will request a preliminary hearing that's another chance to discuss evidence and charges Smith is charged with one felony and three misdemeanors for his alleged role in sparking a lockdown at Waukesha south high school just over two weeks ago a Waukesha police officers shot three times after court records say he did not listen to commands to put them down Smith told police he brought the BB guns to school because he was.

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Wisconsin officer shoots student who brought a gun to school

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin officer shoots student who brought a gun to school

"Waukesha police officer the officer who works in the school at Waukesha south shot a student there who wouldn't drop the gun Kevin about ten o'clock this morning a seventeen year old student pulled a gun in a classroom to classroom emptied out he wouldn't drop it according to police the suspect then would not remove his hands from his pockets he ignored officers commands the suspect did remove his hand gun from his waistband and pointed it at the officers and officer discharge his weapon several witnesses say they heard three shots the suspect

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Wisconsin student who refused to give up gun shot by officer at high school

Ben Ferguson

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin student who refused to give up gun shot by officer at high school

"A Wisconsin high school student is in stable condition after police say he aimed a gun at a school resource officer inside a classroom this morning an officer was forced to discharges firearm striking the suspect Waukesha police chief Russell Jack says the school was briefly locked down

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"T. M. J. breaking news center I'm very Nelson this is greatly stormteam alert there has been a flash flood warning issued for one more thing in Waukesha county so until three o'clock and receiving an OSHA until three thirty we are now joined live in studio with today's T. M. J. four storm team four meteorologist Brian got and Brian what is it what exactly does this mean what how is the storm tracking and what we what can we expect in the next hour or so I think over the next hour or so to see this storm us or to like move out over the lake a it has in our northern counties of Milwaukee still seeing very heavy rain a lot of lighting it's just constant flashes of light and rumbles of thunder knoll slash flood warning though surprisingly for Milwaukee county as of yet I'm still checking that has not been updated from the National Weather Service so it looks like even some heavy rain has fallen there's he was a ponding of water no warning here in Milwaukee would still be very cautious especially some of those bridges and under passes were water usually accumulates a wrist seen counting Kanno Shikon either under a warning until three thirty this morning and then most of Waukesha on all of Walworth until three o'clock this morning so the heaviest rains have moved out of Waukesha and while we're still seeing plenty of rain but those downpours are are start to move out they've picked up a quick one to almost two inches of rain in those flash flood areas on top of what they've seen over the past couple of days so give it another I'd say twenty minutes or so south side of Milwaukee Racine and Kenosha county for the heaviest of the rain is over with and then the tail end of this rain now has made its way through Madison in Janesville so a couple more hours before the rain is completely done is there a chance that that that these warnings could be it could end a little earlier do you think that this could go the full you know our hour and a half that with that they're looking for I think that would meet the.

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GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

Mark Belling

12:27 min | 2 years ago

GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

"You I'm gonna be joined in just a few seconds here by congressman Jim Sensenbrenner who has been a powerful member of the United States house of representatives for decades former committee chairman and long time representative of currently called the fifth congressional district and the just the clouds of change a little bit over the years but it's always been a very very large chunk of the Milwaukee suburbs congressman Sensenbrenner good afternoon hi mark how are you doing I'm a great I you have it at all to do you want to share with our audience this afternoon so I'm just going to allow you to share it yes mark I wanna let you and your listeners know all of that I've decided not to seek reelection a year from November I always knew that when the time came for me to step aside I would come to that conclusion and I've done that now it's been a great run for the last forty two years I think I've made a difference both for our district in our country in building the Republican Party and making us safer through the patriot act in this modernization as well as standing up for disabled people and me on board so the time has come I think to pass the torch I'm proud of what I've done and then of what I want to do is to thank everybody who has supported me over the years because I never could have done it alone. obviously you've been there for a long time you had a few health problems have been some health issues in your family are those contributing factors here or have you just decided that you wanna roll off into the sunset and not have to do so much hard work for the rest of your life well first of all I'm not planning on going off into the sunset I will remain active in Wisconsin politics health question the answer is no my wife who has severe aneurysm is stabilized and I am feeling you know up to the job and you all are going to be hearing an awful lot for me during the next sixteen months when I survive my final term of particularly if the Democrats are foolish enough to actually go through an impeachment in the Judiciary Committee that was my next question you do and you're not resigning or anything like that your term would run to January of twenty one and you are going to serve that entire que van is correct I am not resigning I am serving out my term and at the end of this term I will have been in Congress longer than anybody else in Wisconsin history including David OP was that done was that a goal at any point what it all really. for the last two years but you know I I I figured yeah after all the pushing and pulling in the last Congress you know I wanted to be there in this Congress whether we were in the majority or the minority and when you're in the minority of course you have nothing to say about the schedule but I learned a long time ago that when you have a good idea you get a bipartisan sponsor co sponsor of it because in our divided Congress unless you do that it's not going anywhere. have you made a decision as to whether or not you're going to endorse someone who seeks to replace your I'm not going to win Doris anybody I'm sure there's going to be a scrum of Republicans running and I hope they all seek the party endorsement next month or next March the fifth district caucus the only thing I can say to those who are contemplating running are actually running is don't kill each other please. the I. up. ten year of your career you I mean the the what the media will describe me the use different adjectives than those of the conservatives would describe but forceful aggressive feisty combative committed all of those words do come to do come divided describing your career I mean it's hard what you mentioned that you're not going to go watch silently I can't imagine you ever being silent ready thank you not only were a consistent conservative and maybe a little bit ahead of your time in some of your conservative points of view you chose to make yourself vocal and clear and aggressive as you know there are some members of Congress we call a back benchers they go there and you never hear anything from them again and they cast their votes in the collector paychecks and so on you chose from the beginning. to be heard and that the voice of sense in better would be known and would be out there I talk for just a moment about that and about your own style and the way that you've kind of handle the comported yourself in your life tenure in Congress well after my first election I got a call from former president Ford he said Jim you have a safe district you can either be a great constituents Orvis congressman or hire people who can do that my staff has been great or you can be somebody who actually aggressively pursues and passes legislation that was very good advice and that's what I've done really right from the beginning and I don't regret doing that because the staff can do an awful lot of things that they can their goose registration they can't debated they can't vote on it they can't negotiate with the Senate and with the White House and I I just had my staff pull together some figures following Gerry Ford's advice I've been the lead sponsor coast sponsor of four thousand two hundred ninety nine pieces of legislation seven hundred sixty eight of them passed the house and two hundred seventeen of them have been signed into law by six different presidents so I think I made a difference both for our district in for our country and I've kept in touch hundred town meetings average every year nobody can come close to that in there a lot of people who come into the town meetings and say I've been to direct I've been to route and things like that but I think that this is an issue of accountability and I guess somebody could be wishy washy and six months later when things don't turn out correctly people say why didn't he or she tell us that that's not my style some is not going to pass I think people are newer right away. and they are put their efforts into something else. when I got wind that you wanted to have something to say obviously I didn't think it was you announcing reelection because you pronounce your candidacy for reelection ninety seven thousand times that it was something else one of the questions that will come up is why now are you burned out to get tired of the attitude in Washington did that come into play or is it simply that it's time and you want to go out on your own terms while you can still do it on your own terms well it's you know the thing is is that the framers set up the constitution that required compromise which is kind of a naughty word nowadays and it's been frustrating I'll be the first one to admit that I wanted to go out on my own terms I don't haven't announced opponent free election and nobody can come up and say well I forced him out map because there's nobody that has any credibility at math you know the other thing you know is is that I'd like to get a new representative in the fifth district before redistricting because if I served another term and would be leaving in twenty twenty two I can see the wolves on both sides of the aisle on Madison seeing themselves going to Washington and carving the seat up and believe me I have work to make the wall counties more Republican the wall counties have got to be kept together in redistricting if Republicans are going to have any chance of winning a statewide election yeah I guess we should tell people since she has changed a bit over every ten years you're just like I guess could roughly be described as a small portion of western Milwaukee county the northern half of walk a shot I think all they're virtually all of Jefferson I think you have all the virtually all of Dodge and Washington you no longer have sake I think I think I pretty much yeah you're pretty and the city of whitewater the city of white water ice. get a little bit down there and your white water in that so that's it yet it could change a little bit over the years with the redistricting and so on but it is generally bad. a Republican district and wanted which well you had challengers none that were ever very serious I guess my final question to you is was that liberating and allowing you to. not have to worry at all about. taking positions that were in chores by having a district that was perceived is generally safe do you think do you think that allowed you to become an even more effective and outspoken voice for conservatism it was because I mean I think you you pre date even Tommy Thompson's governorship in here what if you think about the foundational roots of the contemporary Republican Party in Wisconsin I mean your the route I mean it's it's been you and everything's calm well you better route well. very clearly so all the way the old nine district was when I was first elected it didn't start out that way half the courthouse in half the legislative delegation in Waukesha county were Democrats we had a party leadership that complained about conservatives at the bar at the Country Club and the next spring with my support down Taylor was elected Waukesha county chairman and with the party signing up for members and me pointing out folks who have fled from the city that is Republicans that really stand up for your values of small government good schools will crime rates lower taxes and you are a shared your previous voting habits and start voting for Republicans they have a lot of people but led by don Taylor bureau have been able to turn walkie Sean Washington counties into the Republican strongholds of they are and in terms of my political legacy I can look back at that it was a great deal of pride. you you may I I said that was my last question I do have another one you obviously timed the announcement the election is next year the primary election which is where all the action to be on the Republican side is you know a full you're a ways you're giving the other would be candidates an opportunity to go on this it will catch anyone by surprise even though you will Sir about obviously the entirety of the term did you have this in your mind last year when you were writing that the the election that you won back in twenty eighteen was the last is this but thought for a while it or did this come up in the last week what where's where's the time line bad where arms of how you come to this well you know what I what I can say is that Sean Duffy and I were the two most responsible for convincing Paul Ryan to run for speaker and I made a commitment at least mentally that I would serve out and be Paul Ryan's good friend in backstop and he gave me a couple of messages to straighten out which were real masses that you know Paul's retirement was a surprise but no surprise but things have gone along so far down the you know I said that you know really we don't need to have an uproar in the fifth district because it will hurt the statewide take care of well you know heard governor Walker and Attorney General Shamil and you know needed to have the the work that I was doing and the endorsements that I could make the keep the the fifth district legislators reelected. sure enough well it's I'm sure we're going to have you on the program is going to be a lot of things that happen over the next sixty months and I appreciate your joining us to make this time I would say epic and historic announcement this afternoon well thank you very much for giving me the opportunity mark okay thanks

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Mike in Waukesha Hey Mike are you doing out your question I had a neighbor from history and when the big guys Truman was done that came over to my property looked at an ash tree guy looked at me very candidly and said it'll be dead within a year and I was surprised to hear that it would be does that so because they have a lot of green on it of their some dead branches a lot of green on it so now I'm wondering is there anything I can do to save this thirty eight to forty year old tree no there isn't unfortunately yeah all yeah you know you're a little behind the times this emerald ash borer has been busy you know killing trees started and Franklin and Belgium and has worked its way through well you know the really it's it's gonna move right through Wisconsin I don't state of Michigan lost about forty million ash trees of via the emerald ash borer and were right at the peak of it right now you drive anywhere look any direction there's dead ash trees basically the emerald ash borer what it does is is it destroys the plumbing system of the tree so that food and nerve new nutrients cannot travel throughout it it clogs it up and that's why you'll see green at the bottom of all and that at the top of them that's what it looks like now there's nothing you can do unfortunately to remove a a mature tree like that twelve approximate cost well I mean I've you know if you get what you were just talking about it if you get a bucket truck you always want to get a bucket truck up if possible because climbing the tree is the most expensive so they could be anywhere from five hundred dollars to you know to two thousand dollars depending upon the access to him all right and insurance would cover something like that that you know now absolutely not but you can call us it anytime you know our guys are taken down as trees every day of the week now just because that will discounts and also has thirty forty million that are going to die over the next ten years all right thank you appreciate a Mike thank you yeah went to I mean you can remember when it was first started the one tree would get the asked for and they would take him out for what like a mile around right just now she's ripping down and stuff alright we got to go to a break but we did not talk about the the the fault tree sale and this is a big deal this is you do you do in the spring into one of the fall right yeah this is this is a good sale you know you can get savings up to fifty percent and really it applies to everything and the next time round excitement we'll talk about tree clearing sale we're gonna be clearance to land there so there's some some really good deals on some very large trees okay to get your questions in folks for one four seven nine nine one six twenty acted a mortgage talk and text line we're gonna talk about pine trees were gonna talk about Japanese maples and when talking about.

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09:07 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We're going to try to pass along as much information as we can about. We can't confirm a tactical situation. Swat team has been called. It's in the economy occupied western Waukesha, county very close to either four. I can tell you that there have been some rumors about this, this that. And the other thing. I know what this wasn't. We don't know what it is that we can't confirm what it is. But this is not going on inside of any major facility channel twelve. Is now reporting that there was a high speed chase involving a van and that the vehicle that was the prisons in the vehicle that were running that, that's the focus of this, and they may have left the freeway now in any event. It's a tactical situation with their apparently seeking sub one. It's unclear if there may be a hostage involved in here. Or not. But apparently it started either on the freeway around sixty seven in that area. And that's why they've closed off. I ninety four to just seal off and let anybody get near this in either direction. It also sixty seven both north and southbound near I ninety four the area, the probably the most prominent building in that site is the hospital for those of you who know that I do not have any indication that this is something going on in the hospital, though. And it's in the general vicinity that this operation is going on, and hopefully, just resolved in the person drowsy, you know, gives up it which is how they usually end, but it doesn't always end that way. So stay away from the area, and if you're wondering why you being told to get off the freeway in both directions. Well before that it's because the freeway is closed and have no idea how long it's going to be. It could be some time or hopefully resolve sometime very, very soon. All right, again, if I get any new information move back to that story, obviously. But let's. Move onto another topic you want to talk about a blowhard at a buffoon. We said this, the Paula don't even see there. You are. Well, which which blow harder buffoon. Do you want to talk about that doesn't that doesn't narrow it out? I list a lot. Does it some guidance? Well, this is this blowhard buffoon would be Erin, Perry. The alderman for the city of Waukesha. Now, I reported several days ago that he went on a low rated radio station in Milwaukee, twin ounce with quite drama that I'm not a Republican anymore. I'm joining the Democratic Party because I just can't abide being part of a party that would tolerate Donald Trump. He's at all different from Waukesha, which is not exactly king of the world. They gotta fifteen of over there, but he is somebody who's had political aspirations of past. And there's a reason beyond just Erin Perry. Who's a goof to discuss this story. I have tried to stress on my show over the years, the importance of primary elections, in communities that are dominated by one political party, for example, in Milwaukee county. Let's just say the race for sheriff, the only election that matters is the democratic primary. That's the election. That was recently, one by ernie'll Lucas, who went onto become the sheriff. It was the primary that was won several times by David Clarke, despite attempts to get him out of office, by the liberals, who couldn't stand. The sheriff Clarke was running as a democrat likewise, in Waukesha county in racist for the state legislature, the Republican primary, where we choose our elected officials. We only have a couple of counties around here that tend to go both ways, we're seen as one of them, receiving Kenosha county will both elect Democrats and Republicans, depending restaurant Racine county is very Republican. The city of Racine is very democratic. Same thing with OSHA, but most of our counties tend to be dominated by one party or another. Another example of this would be Washington county, extremely Republicans. So would Washington county elects its elected officials who run in partisan races. It's the primary election and not the general election that matters. That's when you're choosing. The official. Oftentimes. Someone who is not, particularly Republican can get elected in a Republican primary lake wise sheriff Clarke who obviously wasn't very democratic had to run in a democratic primary in order to get elected. And that's stuck in the craw, the Democrats here because they could just never beat Clark. Not all Republicans are created equally. Clearly not all Democrats are created equal Clark had to rod as a democrat. And on the Republican side, there are some very, very strong conservative Republicans, and then there are some rhinos. Erin, Perry, the guy who just announced democrat. You know what he was doing only four and a half years ago. Pulses. He does not know. Well, that's why I'm here to tell you, he was running for the Wisconsin state assembly on a Republican primary, and he was talking like he was the biggest right? Winger on the planet. This guy is there allowed the Republican by they're so extreme. And I opted out of how Paul the is that he can't be part of it. Only four and a half years ago. He was running for a state assembly seat at Waukesha county. It was the seat that was left vacant. When Bill Kramer did not run for reelection. Fortunately, Perry lost. Now they lost you got us Clack cleaned. But had he would this sellout would be a member of the state legislature elected as a Republican wandering over to join the Democrats voting lefty, and all those issues. I'm going to show you what a phony Aaron Perez, we've dug up some of the things that he said when he was running for office, only four and a half years ago. Strong supporter of photo ID for voting strong critic of common core big supporter of Ted. Oh, yeah. I beg supporter of act. Ted major critic of ObamaCare. In other words, doctrinaire, conservative up and down the list. Loses. The election sees that he has no future of Republican politics. Suddenly, he's a democrat. And by the way, we're told is writing a book, what it's like to be a democrat and apart. You know, when the Republicans have gone into wacko, villa, whatever not, we do have the results of the election here. From two thousand fourteen there were six candidates, five candidates that ran in that Republican primary. The winter was Scott Allen, who is still a member of the state assembly. At a pretty good one. He got thirty eight point six percent of the vote or two thousand and four votes finishing a close second was branded roster who got thirty three point one percent or seventeen hundred sixteen votes. Kathleen Cummings who is also an older woman from Waukesha. She ran third seven hundred forty three votes or fourteen point three percent, Vince Travolta. Who's a good conservative. He got four hundred twenty nine votes or eight point three percent. And then in dead last. With five point eight percent of the vote or a measly three hundred votes out of five thousand one hundred ninety two cast was Aaron Perry. Fortunately, what he was running as a Republican the voters in the Waukesha area, saw through this phony and he finished dead last Perry still has delusions of grandeur and probably wants to run for something else, and who knows maybe he'll try to capture that seat is democrat. Maybe that's his mind who knows. But you have to wonder if Perry had actually ran run I rather than last would Eddie of this, come up or is he just seeing Donald Trump is an opportunity for rank opportunism for nobody alderman, for Waukesha to get all sorts of attention. Lot of photos out there in politics and. It's a lot easier for me to have at least some respect for the nincompoop left, who are sincere about it. As opposed to the Foti who simply run around and gravitate over a position to grab a headline when they've got no other way to get ahead of the world. I want to remind you of what other thing in fact, I'm going to do it in the next segment. This is an extremely important point to be made about political strategizing tactics. And it's one of the reasons why the Republicans did not do well in Wisconsin in the twenty thousand election and it actually ties into this goof. Erin, Perry, again, we're keeping crab tabs on this issue in its near the economy, summit area in western Waukesha county, where there is a situation above the swat team tactical units, going on and traffic.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Brooke hollow, in Waukesha, is I've development now there's one man on this earth who really, truly gets it. Socialism does not have as its purpose. The creation of good paying jobs, socialism, has as its purpose. The redistribution of wealth, socialism is a political doctrine that seizes on an economic doctrine capitalism is an economic doctrine. It is the only model compatible with constitutionalism. It is the only model compatible with liberty. Mark Levin is on the radio. Weeknights at nine on news talk dirty WINS at. Come on. Deserted you that from? I guess he was born here, but he left you folks, he left you for nother state and he didn't take care of you because he didn't take care of your jobs. President to add our division lead with a clenched fist closed hand a hard hard to demonize your Ponant hatred that donate may bed.

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05:26 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Executive director of the Waukesha county. Historical museum, so six hundred million dollar impact on the economy. That's number. I'm not going to take credit for our quite all of that. But Wisconsin, Wisconsin. Yeah. We have an incredible museum community, and it really is that a outed myself as a transplant the area, but this statewide community of folks really reached out and made me one of their own very quickly. I'm willing to call myself, a Wisconsin much faster than I thought I would be otherwise are you a badger fan? I might be from Ohio that makes it, but I've lived in five different states. So my loyalties about I will say I've adopted the brewers as my National League team. Okay. That badgers getting they're still working on it. I love Madison, though, they're going to Madison I've been there for for games. It's a fabulous place to be on a game day as a nice museum in their own raps. So Lutely, absolutely. But in terms of of how our organization the the Waukesha county. Historical society museum, our largest impact with actually what we were just talking about our dark period our construction period we were one of. Several historic preservation projects in the state over the past few years supported through the state at work tax credit program as well as federal historic tax credit program, which is an offset to the project cost. It's not immediate. Here's here's a checkbook. But we still had to find private investors found development partner who brought in the investment necessary to the project. So we all said and done. My understanding is we're gonna come in between six and seven million dollars of direct investment into our building that was local area trades working on our building that was in our our part of you know, the the larger contribution that's a huge investment to to a community to have a construction project of that size happened of that kind of dollar amount to happen. And that's what historic organizations in particular context with with the tax credit programs and things were able to advocate for often where the owners of properties as was the case for us with historic courthouse. Complex, and so finding ways to to leverage investment there. In addition to our direct services and programs. I spoke about us as a as an international destination for folks were drivers of people into a new location. I'm the type of person if I'm in a new city or town one of the things my husband, and I do is look up on Google maps and type Newseum and see what's going on. It can be a really good indicator for where's a good place to go for a day trip or I'm traveling through. And I need to kill some hours between the wedding, you know, ceremony and the reception. What can I do? I'll go to the museum often times that means you're going to go get lunch somewhere, you're going to get a drink somewhere. After that. So we really are these anchors for our communities that can help drive folks in and keep them once they're they're that they're going to spend the day with us now. And I think at least for my standpoint, I was not aware of how many historical society museums are in scam sunny. Yeah. All different types, art, museums specific museums as well, as you know, the general museums like the more public museum. But so are these investors how you support or fund the organization primarily then in part -absolutely? So we're an organization that does not have one single source where a self funded and so private philanthropy is probably our largest bucket as it were made up of several hundred annual donors everything from, you know, the thirty dollar annual membership as a support up into some larger figure donations as well. We also right for grants from local and state and federal sources we were really fortunate this past year to be supported through Wisconsin humanities council for our intergenerational heritage fair program. That's a program that allowed us in our first year reopened after renovations. To guarantee we could serve a thousand students coming from throughout the county area. So that was a huge support source was. Getting that grant from humanities council support that program to make sure we could immediately start making our our educational service impact again to those students and they're coming from again throughout the county. We see in our visitation about sixty percent of our school groups and patrons walking in the door coming from the immediate city of Waukesha area. And then after that it's all coming from outside. So we draw a very mixed crowd as well. And you talk about ways that you can you can fund your organization like the the newsletter or the the magazine. Sure. But also for those listeners out there that want to get involved somehow and take a step further volunteering is important. You had mentioned that the workshop Coney struggle society museum, contributed five thousand hours of volunteer time Attlee, so tell us more about how folks can get involved in history and engage with the community, are volunteer. I. Sometimes referred to them as my a small army of volunteers. They to a range of functions we have folks who love to talk to people on..

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Waukesha, five walkie up to ten at WTMJ. Breaking news in the case involving empire actor Jesse small at after Chicago police question two men they were caught on surveillance the night of the attack on smell it smell it. They now claim that smell paid them to orchestrate the homophobic and racist assault suggesting is well, a possible motive more from ABC's able pilgrim a stunning claim about a possible motive from the two men who told police jussie smollet hire them to stage a hate crime. A law enforcement source tells ABC news the brothers told police the actor was upset a threatening letter sent to the studio that produces the show empire did not get enough attention. And so they say he stayed the attack a week later, and you did mention it to the police right away. The letter, absolutely. Just because on the letter it had a stick figure hanging from a tree with a gun pointing towards it. With the words that said small Jesse you will die. There was no address, but the return address it in big red caps. Maga-? I make that up to detectives are actively investigating the brothers allegation. But have not confirmed it to be true. The two men breaking their silence telling Chicago's WBZ. As he sees Eva pilgrim report cut off there. But he could be in big trouble for filing a false police report. And if indeed they prove that this was made up in second police jammed up because he's ready said these two guys these brothers are the ones who did the attack. So he said that during that, Robin Roberts interview. So they are tied to this case. Now, if they're spending their tail and tail turns out to be true. Yeah. He's going to be in big trouble. It has a felony. And and I I saw somewhere that he could get like three years in prison. Yeah. I think that's what ABC's Dan Abrahams was seeing as well. So yeah, it's it's serious stuff. When you file a false police report seven fifty five at WTMJ time now for business headlines. Here's the Milwaukee business journal, Sean, right? Hey, less shoes with fourteen stores in the Milwaukee area may go out of business. Reuters reports the retailer plans to file bankruptcy and may close all of its twenty three hundred locations, logistics property company. If Chicago is lining up approvals for up. Two three and a half million square feet of industrial space in.

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09:24 min | 2 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Becker investment group. Please tune in at noon for my show, our show money sense. And we are so happy to be able to bring two different shows to you and all of both of them are educational one. We're hoping to educate educate you on the walk useful intrepid community because there are so many wonderful organizations doing so many wonderful things that are combining efforts to really make a difference. And of course, with money sense. We really do want to be there to help you on a on a financial platform to really feel organized and and to help you be educated on your money. And as I always so say, we want you to be really connected to your money. And so with that I'm going to reintroduce Casey who Sanski who is the vice president of fun development marketing for Saint Anne center. Randy call with. Waukesha aging and resource center. He is dementia care specialist, and I think that when we were telling stories about my mom and how I remember my grandma, and my grandfather, actually who went into a nursing home. And I remember my dad saying to me and got me specifically, but everybody in the family don't you ever put me there? And and so there's this big fear about leaving houses and one of the conversations that I have with my clients all the time is what is that move. Look like, and you know, if you wanna stay in the house to what what happens if one of you die what happens and who's going to you know, sort through everything, and, but it's a big step to think about moving from your home. And it's a hard step. It's very hard step. And I'm certain that both of you deal with that on a regular basis. True. And the transition is so traumatic for individuals, especially if somebody has dementia, it's very challenging move. And so we try to encourage and promote somebody to stay in their home as long as possible because there are services there's lots of services that can be provided in the home. You know, you've been home health or just regular homecare agencies that can provide that support. So we never encourage somebody to move in that direction of going to some kind of a facility unless a tap Salinas. Azeri? You know, Randy. I sat down with client not too long ago. And she came here behalf of talking to her mom about her finances, and she was so tired, and she said. I've taken all the knobs off the stove. And there's this new. Stove that you can get shuts off. And I mean, she had gone to the whole house to try and accommodate her mom's very early on dementia and yet she was exhausted. Can you talk a little bit about the families, and how families deal with this issue and the fear of a parent getting hurt or fear of apparent walking out of the house and be lost? You see? These silver alerts all the time. Yes. I mean, there's a lot to this. It's not just the dementia. Yeah. This is what I've been thinking about this throughout this interview. We've talked about looking a lot for the signs of furniture with dementia, but also to look for the caregivers. At Saint Anne center. We also always are advocates. I dang in the home as long as possible. That's why we provide day programs all of our that. Go home at night. And we have caregivers come to us that are exhausted. We have seen it time and time again, and it's the whole, you know, you can't take care of others. If you're not taking care of yourself. So at some point, unfortunately, no, those hard decisions do have to be made in the nursing home is the best option. I think of my own grandfather. Where almost our entire family was like, grandma he's got to go to a nursing home. And he was just beyond the level of care that our family could give him, and he he had dementia, and it was progressing very quickly. So like, I say look for the caregivers, and this kind of goes back to what you were saying earlier about that mindset of you know, we're in silos, I gotta do this on my own. I can take care of this. But no reach out. You know, that's what San an center is for. That's what the aging and disability resource center is for there are supports if you don't have that big family support. But you've got to take care of yourself. I I think there's statistics out there that caregivers get sick very frequently. And then you can't care. Give correct. You can't be a good caregiver. If you're not taking care of yourself know. And that's the main thing I like, the fact that that case he mentioned that you have to know your limitations as a caregiver when is that time where you can no longer be safe in doing what you are. You know, if there's a lot of lifts transfers are things that you're doing for the personally metric caring for and it puts you in possible, safety or. Jeopardy that that's that time to recognize. Okay. This I do need to look at something more. I need to look at what the next step is because. Yeah. As much as we want to do everything, we physically even emotionally might not be able to. I spoke to one of my clients who spouses got is has dementia, and I noticed the difference with him when I saw him and talked on the phone. He's talking very quickly. And he said Karen, it's so hard because she asked me the same question all the time all the time all the time, and I try to tune it out. But very often, you know, she'll say she looks at me like I should have an answer. And so it's not like I can pretend that the question is there. It's the same thing over and over. And that also must be very hard on the caregiver. Gary really challenging to have a lot of patience. And unfortunately with when dealing with people. There is no one size fits all solution. Unfortunately, no Randy can't sit here and say, well, you do step one step two these are people. So they all you know, there are some techniques and tricks, but it's really just learning how to deal with that loved one. We certainly I could tell you different stories from our that our clients have told me a thousand times. So it's kind of just knowing how to redirect the conversation. But yeah, that's why we say caregivers have to take care of themselves. Because you can't let yourself get pushed beyond that line where you're like, I just can't take this anymore. That's why you need your brakes places like San Antonio. We offer a respite centre so for up to twenty days. You can bring your loved one there. And then you can go take care of yourself go on a business trip. So, but I think having those breaks are so important because. Yeah, you you're gonna get asked the same questions over and over again, that's for sure and you have that. Worry of you know, is mom or is my wife gonna get up and leave in the middle of the night. You know, especially when those fears really started to become more common. That's when you really really need to reach out for help. What are the hurdles that families go through with dealing with people with memory loss? Yeah. What happens is that we live in such a a logical world and dementia is not that way. At all. It's the furthest thing we talk about if you try to use logic and reason with somebody with dementia. You're not gonna get very far to we call it entering into dementia world because you really do you have to go into that world understand sold. Like, for example, thinking about that question that they've asked for the fifteenth time to them. That's the first time they've asked that question. And so even though you've heard it fifteen times for them. It's the first time. So it really is working around that in making sure that we enter into that creative world that dementia is and. And the frustration. The question of watching that person that you care so much about disappear. Yeah. That loss where you can see that you are potentially losing that person. They're they're they're still there. But the disease covers up, you know, who they truly can be on the outside. Some we talk about these women that I've seen when I go to. Visit my mom holding the little dog or holding the puppy, the feelings are there, and the feelings of need of touching and connection are vital. And yet so often the disease scares people, and you have almost a line of separation. Yeah. You we have that core value that doesn't ever go away. That core value of needing and wanting to offer love it's there in new. So we need to recognize that actually celebrate it really go with it. I have two guests today. Casey Rucinsky who's vice president and fund development for Saint Anne center. And Randy call who is with Waukesha each resource center and.

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"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We had a flat tire and Waukesha county. Guess what they're suing they've been so traumatized by the terrible police treatment that they receive because they are convinced that they are victims of racial. Profiling that's reflect refresh everyone's memories the incident occurred last August. The two men involved, Dimitrius Williams, and John Patterson Milwaukee. Pastors? There were headed back from a fishing trip. They had a flat tire near Morland road. They pull over to the side of the road. Up comes a Waukesha county sheriff's deputies with the red and white flashes on according to the two pastors initially we were elated. Hey somebody's coming over to help us. Quoting from the story of the Waukesha Freeman initially were happy to see that help it arrived. However, it was our initial impression of assumed assistance that quickly changed according to the lawsuit. Deputy Eric Michelson who was the field. Supervisor of deputy, Michael Powell. Michaelson asked the man if they had any drugs alcohol or weapons in their vehicle instead of offering assistance, both better also asked for the driver's license, although they say that no moving violation occurred. They also allege that the boat that they were towing for their fishing trip. Had an orange sticker often marking abandoned vehicles play started, even as they told the deputy that help was on the way to change the flat tire. Williams says that all of this was discriminatory. The two pastors claim according to the story in the freemen that they sustain damage, including emotional pain, mental anguish and loss of enjoyment of life because of this incident. Gebbie break. First of all, we need a term to come up with people that are stealing the victimization of others. We've got stolen valor for those who claim that they were in the military did all these things that they in fact did not do. When you consider the people that have truly been discriminated against because of their skin color. There is the city of their religion for these two clowns to compare what happened to them to that kind of situation is ridiculous. First of all. I don't think anything is unusual about when you see in a vehicle pulled off to the side of the road to come up and ask the person for their driver's license. I would assume they asked me for my driver's license. Second they asked if there was anything inappropriate in the vehicle caps always ask that. Because a we do a lot of drug interdiction and the people give their permission. You don't need a search warrant in order to look inside the vehicle so what? And Thirdly, they put the orange sticker on the side of the boat. They probably do that every single time. There's a vehicle sitting off to the side of the road. So that it can be barked. What did you go? I'm glad Waukesha county sheriff's deputies and they see vehicles on the side of the road, or at least looking into seeing whether or not, hey is this legitimate or not. We just came off the situation involving the finding of Jamie close. When law enforcement officers come across individuals that are in a situation like this. We want them to have their radar up, and they're up to make sure that nothing is amiss. But beyond that what you'll notice in. This story is that there is no allegation of any racially. Inappropriate comments made. There's no sterling Brown situation where someone got taste. There's those smart alecky comments coming from the officer. They came upon a vehicle on the side of the road and said, hey, do you have anything bad in here? Show us your driver's license. See they put an orange sticker on the car for this. They're traumatized. I've had bigger attitude thrown at me when I pulled over for speeding to presume that every time a cop asks you a question is because of your skin color. Is a way of taking racism that exists in our society and stealing it to make yourself. A victim. In this case with the apparent purpose of cashing, Ed. Give me money every time a cop asked me for my driver's license. And I'm willing to bet suppose I'm out of state, or you know, six counties away, they pulled me over to the side of the I'm willing to bet they'll ask me whether or not to have anything appropriate of the vehicle, especially if I'm pulled over to the side. Do you know how many of these cards pulled over to the side of the road? Do in fact have drugs, do you know, how much interdiction we're doing and Racine county with all the people that are pulled over there? We should want them to ask once they size the situation up. They figured out that everything was fine. And we moved died. No, what was victimized here. Nobody needs to file a lawsuit other than people that are trying to take a flat tire and turn it into a money maker for them by falsely accusing some hardworking sheriff's deputies of racism. What you want them to do next? I just drive on by when you're off to the side of the road. If we had anything in our car. You said you're dead. The end of it all by goodness gracious. What a horrible society we live in that you had to put up with that incredible abuse they pointed orange sticker on your boat. No. Pointed sticker on their boat. It's right up there with being put on a chain gang. All right, five forty four news talk eleven thirty w S.

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"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"waukesha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The last Friday of. The great year that was two thousand eighteen. Right now as we entered the final hour of the show. We normally do in this last outer our the Friday forum where we have two different guests from two different walks of life. And then we go through the days and weeks events. But today we're going to switch it up a little bit. I'm really honored and grateful to have with us in studio. Waukesha county executive appall fair. Also good friend the good morning. Thank you for being here. We're going to just run through a bunch of fun topics today. We're gonna talk about the news the the topics of the day, and then we're going to give out some awards later in the eleven thirty portion of the hour, but. Late last month. You were on the show, and you made an announcement. And I kind of buried the lead when I kinda I kinda gave it away. Tell us what you're up to county executive for walkers boxer county. Well, as you were talking about earlier in it's great to see you again, Tracy. It's great to be down here. I would be remiss if I didn't say to John Mercure mom says hi because usually when you're talking to him and data very important to get out of the way. Yes. But when you look at it. Yeah. About a month ago? I announced that I'm going to be running for re election as county executive workshop county. In fact, we're going over later today got the signature sheets. We're going to put that information in and get ready to roll we've had a good for your run. I think we've done some great things, and I'm looking forward to get out and talking to the people in Waukesha county and asking them for their support for four more years. So you spent some time at the state as an elected official, and then went to a win over to to the county side. How is that transition ban? And how does that past experience really helped fuel and inform? What you do for a Waukesha county. Well, it is. It's it's great. When you look at it one of the things in for most people to know, my mom was in politics for a long time. She always told me that if you wanna make change you want to get as close to the area that you want affect it has county executive the biggest thing that we I was looking at was economic development. How can we change the atmosphere in Waukesha to really propel growth, and I think we're. Seeing that I think is happening. The last couple of years the workshop county center for growth is our new economic development organization has been a wonderful addition and has really helped those mid-size businesses, which we have a lot of and watch sharp county. In fact, almost ninety two percent of our companies are small business fewer than a hundred employees the center for growth is giving them the opportunity take it to the next level. And that's what's been exciting for me to know, how the state works in how different things are going on at the state level. And how impact the county? I think he's been a wonderful bridge for me to go back to my fellow legislators and talk to them and say, hey, this is how it impacts us. This is the ripple effect that we're looking at or this is what we could do differently. If you gave us the right tools, and really how those investments can be really extrapolated next founded on to make that greater benefits. So so wanted to talk a little bit more about those small businesses that you mentioned in Waukesha county, the state chamber of commerce late last week. The w MC. Wisconsin manufacturers and commerce does an annual survey of its members. And it suggested the survey suggested that many of the members across the state of Wisconsin, presumably, many of those in Waukesha county are optimistic about the future of the state. In fact, eighty four percent of the executive survey believe that the Wisconsin economy is strong or very strong, and someone argue as strong as ever do you see that continuing especially as you think about your constituents. I think so when you look at where we are in the neat thing. I think about the mid west, especially as we're kind of. Insulated from what happens on the coast, the coast through some major fluctuations back and forth on our side. We're pretty consistent. I talk about it as a gift the good German ethics that we have here. We work hard. We play hard. But at the same time, we not look forward to the future. And that's what I think you'd see a lot of the businesses. We hear stories that Milwaukee or the region. In the top ten when it comes to new company growth. But when you look at companies that have been able to survive the three to five years, which is important we're off the charts. And I think that's one of the things that you're gonna continue to see throughout this timeframe in the next couple of years workforce is still going to be very important, and we're working on some ideas and areas around that I think there's some neat things that are going on within this region that are held going to be helping that, but we'll continue to give people the right atmosphere the right climate. So they can continue to the grill of businesses. So what are you hearing about tariffs? I know the state survey suggested that tariffs are of concern, but they're not necessarily impacting people's confidence in the way. They're doing business. Yeah. I think the tariffs or a twofold attack that's going on right now when you look at the steel in the aluminum tariffs, those are having a big impact, especially when you look at our manufacturing people. Some of the other areas, though are important pretty good shape. The opportunity was appointed to one of the US trade representative's intergovernmental of fears policy advisory committee, four tariffs. And so I've been reading a lot of the tariffs. When you look at some of the agriculture oil in the US MCA trade tariffs it came out. There's some really good things that are in there for us. There's still some things that we need to work. And I think one of the biggest areas that you hear like a talked about before was the steel and aluminum, we've gotta get that solution done. We've gotta give some people stability in what they're looking at. That is probably the biggest impact that we're seeing right now. So the economy and the abundance of jobs or the concern about jobs may or may not be the leading factor going forward is how we resolve this issue of tariff in in in the cost of materials county executive county executive Paul fair when we come back. We're going to dive into those those issues the issues of the day the issues of the week. I want to get your thoughts and comments on the new administration. For the state of Wisconsin. And then some of these the recent polls, I always love talking about polls and getting other people's reaction are the most admired, man and woman in America. And what's your take on that? When we come back after the break, it's Tracy Johnson on WTMJ. It's eleven sixteen. Good Friday morning. It's eleven nineteen on WTMJ Turkey Johnson filling in for Cps graffiti,.

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U.S. Stocks Poised to Enter Longest-Ever Bull Market

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

07:08 min | 3 years ago

U.S. Stocks Poised to Enter Longest-Ever Bull Market

"US stocks rose today with the s. and p. five hundred hitting. A record high earlier today is a recent uptrend helped the market extend gains for the fourth straight session the, Dow Jones, industrial average, gained sixty three points with Intel and Goldman Sachs leading, the index the s. and p. five hundred hitting all time. High earlier today with the benchmark tying. The record for the longest bull market ever be an extra point. Two one percent led by consumer discretionary energy and the NASDAQ composite rose. Point four nine percent is Mike Ronin Netflix rose. The NASDAQ also traded less than one percent from, reaching, an all, time high the Russell. Two thousand which is made up of. Small-cap stocks also reached a record high today in corporate, news Kohl's corporations one point seven percent after the retailer reported adjusted second quarter earnings beat expectations along with revenue that was a head of forecast it also raised its full, year adjusted profit view j. m. smucker. Reported adjusted first-quarter. Earnings. That beat. Expectations but it shares fell six point six percent. Today for Drake and associates I and Brad Allen financial advisor

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CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

Handel on the Law

01:54 min | 3 years ago

CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

"Has been issued for a critically missing Milwaukee woman who suffers from dementia sixty two year old Deborah birth. Hold was last seen walking west on Wisconsin. Avenue near twenty eighth street just around seven forty this morning Milwaukee police say, she is wearing, a cast on her right arm and maybe in need of medical attention anyone. With information is asked to contact police a pedestrian is in serious, condition after a hit and run. Early this, morning a vehicle fled a traffic, stop in Waukesha. County and was later spotted in west Allis police there attempted to stop the vehicle near, sixty, six and Blue Mountains but were unsuccessful according to officers the vehicle then swerved narrowly missing a Milwaukee, sheriff squad car but when it's worth. Back and hit, a pedestrian, at the, corner of, Holly and blue Mont the vehicle fled the scene. And has not been located is, the, TSA, following you Civil libertarians are, sounded the alarm about the agency's quiet skies program that involves air marshals tracking the behavior of. Americans that aren't on some watchlist changes made to the program this past March allow the marshalls to follow passengers. And flight and once they land we get more from ABC's Stephanie Ramos says they. Want to eliminate any potential threats. To commercial aircraft but what's happening now is that this leaves the agency to choose which air travelers to. Focus on how closely they are tracked TSA. Says they want to eliminate any potential threats to commercial aircrafts but what's happening, now is that, they leave the agency to choose which air travel is to focus on now. Closely they are tracked there's still no sign that CBS CEO less, move as his job is in. Jeopardy in, the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, the husband of. The TV personality Julie Chen has denied any wrongdoing ABC's Zachary clash reports network executives are, addressing, the claims according to the Wall Street Journal this CBS board is scheduled to have The meeting tomorrow it is expected. To select a special committee to. Oversee the investigation into moon viz alleged.

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Rep. Goodlatte calls on DOJ to make Comey memos available

Jeff Wagner

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Rep. Goodlatte calls on DOJ to make Comey memos available

"B jeff wagner w camp just one final note before we move on from the james comey story keep in mind that what you saw on tv last night was one hour taken from five or six hours of interviews if and i say yes call me were to ever be a witness that all that all the stuff that ended up on the cutting room floor ends up as what we would call discoverable people get to look at it mike guess is there's a lot of stuff in those interviews which might be inconsistent or not necessarily the most flattering james komi we may never see unless again he ends up being a witness sometime i still i still think it's unlikely that that's going to happen all right twelve thirty two let's go to the wtmj breaking news center here's eric goes missing persons case out of waukesha is now a homicide investigation shannon manny twenty one years old she was reported missing on friday manny's body was found shot in stabbed on milwaukee's northwest side over the weekend police do have a person of interest in custody another republican in the state of assembly has decided not to run for re election o'connell walk state representative joe klay fish making that announcement today married of course to the lieutenant governor rebecca klay fish klay fish becomes the ninth gop incumbent to decide not to run three democrats have also announced that they're finished the head of the international chemical weapons watchdog says syria and russia are citing security issues in preventing its inspectors from reaching the site of an alleged gas attack near the syrian capital meanwhile the us intends to impose new economic sanctions against russia for a the syrian government time for the wtmj drake associates market update the dow up two hundred and ninety five to twenty four thousand six fifty five that as up sixty four to seventy one seventy one and the snp up twenty eight to twenty six eighty four wtmj hella w i dot com timesaver traffic much better now on the roads ninety four.

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6 questions Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg still needs to answer

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

01:51 min | 3 years ago

6 questions Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg still needs to answer

"Center baked in obligations plus future expenses may hamper racine's ability to make the most of foxconn that according to a new wisconsin policy forum report city has had a series of just long standing financial challenges foreign president rub hicken sees no crisis but says in opportunity or the city to increase development and increase tax base but that of course may require some capacity to adapt which we're not detecting at the same time they're going to be increased serviceman suggestions really going to take this region really acting like a region meaning the sharing of pending costs all enjoy future benefits g miller wtmj news anytime jeff sessions is ordering zero tolerance for people with entering the us illegally more from cbs news correspondent steve dorsey sessions is telling federal prosecutors to put a greater focus on charging people with illegal entry it's historically been a misdemeanor for people with first few encounters with border thorndike's smugglers and repeat offenders have often been charged with more serious crimes it follows quotas session set for immigration judges to reduce court backlogs facebook second in command attempts more damage control in a whirlwind media tour cbs news business reporter jason brooks facebook chief operating officer sheryl sandberg told bloomberg that the company has seen a few advertisers paused their spending while asking the same questions other people are asking when it comes to user privacy ceo mark zuckerberg told the media earlier this week that there has not been any meaningful impact on facebook's users or advertisers had that helped give the stock big boost on thursday sandberg also told nbc that facebook users would have to be willing to pay a fee to avoid all user data targeted advertisements the women's center in waukesha we'll welcome olympic gold medalist aly race meant to their annual luncheon coming up on april twenty fifth for.

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Conditions of ex-Russian spy, daughter improving after nerve agent poisoning

Steve Scaffidi

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Conditions of ex-Russian spy, daughter improving after nerve agent poisoning

"To a new wisconsin policy form report has had a series of long standing financial challenges foreign president rob hankins sees no crisis but says opportunity or the city to increased development and increase its half space but that of course may require some capacity to invest which we're not detecting at the same time they're going to be increased serviceman suggestions really going to also take this region really acting like a region meaning the sharing of pending costs all enjoy future benefits g miller wtmj news the former russian spy who was poisoned in england with the military grade nerve agent is recovering the hospital treating former russian double agent sergei script whole says he's no longer in critical condition and is improving rapidly his daughter julia also poisoned with toxic nerve agent more than a month ago remains hospitalized as well but it said to be getting stronger and talking when they were first taken to the hospital they are unconscious and it was feared neither would survive the incident ignited a major diplomatic crisis between russia and the west cbs larry miller the women's center of waukesha is welcoming an olympic gold medalist aly race men will be in town in a couple of weeks for sexual assault awareness month she'll be here april twenty fifth race men is one of one hundred and fifty survivors of sexual abuse by dr larry nassar who's currently spending life behind bars reported crime sexual assault women's center of waukesha executive director as an cousteau says the metoo movement is encouraging more discussion about sexual assault the fact that more and more people and young people are talking about it and also intergenerational i think we will start to see the bigger changes that are necessary cousteau says there's still a long way to go its not a happy sunshiny pleasant.

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Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Debacle

Steve Scaffidi

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Debacle

"Dot com now a great event max wednesday punchy springs hotel out in waukesha county there i'll look forward to it i will be there and it is up close and personal you're you're listening to jeff interview onstage all these newsmakers candidates elected officials in the state of wisconsin so if you can get out there join us next wednesday night we were talking to anti tired off from milwaukee dot com what he thinks about this this facebook story cambridge analytica used by the trump organization and others to potentially influence voters with paid ads nothing unusual about that nothing illegal about that but that story prompted a lot of people to sell their facebook stock and the shares are down ten percent in a week and that's probably one of the biggest reasons why mark zuckerberg decided to start doing interviews four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage talk and text i just ask the simple question does this story give you pause make you say maybe facebook snap for me or am i going to use it in a different way four one four seven nine nine one six twenty what facebook has said they're going to do a three point plan they're going to investigate all third party apps those companies that are accessing your information any of those companies will now be investigated they're going to restrict third party access for future abuses and then finally make sure users understand what they're signing up for again the free free platform facebook you're not paying for it what you sign up for what they can get from your profile and if anyone who's on facebook knows that one of the things you've seen as people often use variations on their name or they spell it a different way to kind of protect your identity they don't disclose everything about their life including the jobs they have and what you know what they do elements trying to protect that but there are things within that profile that these companies can can glean from it and that's clearly what cambridge analytica did and when your ceo and the founder of facebook mark zuckerberg said it's a breach of trust i take him on his word he's in trouble facebook is in trouble because of something that's perceived as an intrusion on your privacy whether you sign up for that or not that's.

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A "game of wits"? Austin serial bomber may be seeking to "outsmart" police

Jeff Wagner

01:02 min | 3 years ago

A "game of wits"? Austin serial bomber may be seeking to "outsmart" police

"On thursday adapting bills that we are in the process right now negotiating with the senate to be able to get a package that will pass both chambers gets the governor walker and become law spoke with wtmj steve's kapiti earlier today the opioid crisis will be front and center tomorrow in waukesha county health and human services deputy secretary eric harkin will be in town he's going to hold it roundtable with county leaders including lieutenant governor rebecca klay fish a serial bomber in austin texas is changing tactics apparently from handling explosive devices to using a delivery service parcel that blew up inside a fedex sorting center in the senate tonio suburb of shirts last night caused only one minor injury but finding out where it originated could be a big break in finding the austin bomber at a fedex drop off site in suburban austin police lieutenant rich andrea says they believe the package that they didn't shirts came from here so there's going to be hopefully video hopefully somebody saw and that fedex office is only a few blocks from the spot where two men were hurt in a trip wire bombing.

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3 arrested for prostitution in Waukesha County after man calls police to report theft of money, cell phone

Jeff Wagner

02:35 min | 3 years ago

3 arrested for prostitution in Waukesha County after man calls police to report theft of money, cell phone

"So here this is this is one of the classic examples of how how a plan pin fall apart hogan all right here's the story channel twelve heavy store maybe other people do to us on child's well a waukesha me called police to tell them the two women he hired for sex had stolen his phone and cash so here here's your here is the deal the guy's name is scott peshmerga all right now apparently scott pitchman decides that he wants to hire not one but two women to come over for sex he's an adventurous guide accord okay you give him credit already instead of okay according to a criminal complaint pitchman met victoria panya on the website backpage whatever that might be looking for an intimate evening the complaint says that she this would be this woman where he opinion and a woman named maria l abroad and a third woman uh win two passions merton home for sex on sunday night so it's three people i gotta levette aright once they got there they agreed on a four hundred dollar price k four hundred bucks the complaint says when the women left they took the four hundred bucks they also took the guy's work phone with them so they robbed him so now here you're getting there you you've arranged for this intimate evening you've agreed on on the price and the people that you've had this intimate evening with have now rob jewell so what do you do the guy calls the alligator's credit he calls the cops and says hey these workers have just robbed me and he now finds himself again charged in connection with the overall thank you might be better off just saying you lost your phone exactly isn't that what you have insurance for you know if this brought to mind i um what we're we're we're going with us no no no this this i am in las vegas our this i am in las vegas wingers ago and this per this guy of with has friends who are on the las vegas vice squad see this is a cautionary tale is an education it is an educational moment here on the guy who works by can you imagine be a cop who works the vice squad in las vegas he was saying that about a third of their calls are these things that they.

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