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matt is on deck with a look at the morning km commute. >> jirs to meteorologist jeremy nelson. >> the snow is melting on contact. most of the areas with the drizzle at the moment. for the most part, it is lick kwid and it is just wet pavement, damp in the historic third ward. 38 degrees. we have a west breeze at 10 miles per hour. now the temperatures hd steady this morning with the precipitation around. and rain showers in the afternoon. we warm up to 42 or 43. you could use an umbrella everily. now to the morning commute with matt salemme. >> the choper is parked because of the drizzle and the low clouds out there. it is looking good throughout downtown.
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otherwise, the volume is light across the system. we are looking good. if you are leaving soon, no reason to rush. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: now to big story this morning, all eyes are on wisconsin as the state is kicking off recount of the presidential election votes. this morning. you are seeing the count down there on the screen. hillary is live on the south side with a look ahead. good morning, hillary. reporter: good morning, melinda. yes, we are in front of this city owned warehouse here near kk and maple and this is where the ballots are inside for milwaukee county and waiting for the recount to begin. the milwaukee police officers
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remains secure. each of the states 72 counties can decide for themselves whether to country by hand or using a machine. more half are saying they are counting by hand, but milwaukee county is using electronic machines. the recount is done by county employees and poll workers. the counties have to report the totals every night and then post the numbers online. theis for by jill stien. again, security is tiekt here as the recount locations across the state, including milwaukee county, right here. we have milwaukee police, sheriffs are showing up and they are remaining on guard 24 hours a day. for now, live on the south side, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. here is where it is standing now, wisconsin's recount
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72 counties, the ballots can be countried by hand or machine and security at all of the locations. they are planning to finish december 12th. anyone can show to observe but you will need a photo id. >> green party is targeting pennsylvania and michigan. tim is live in the news room with the recount efforts there. tim. tim: michigan could start the recount process as ear tomorrow that is after requests were filed yesterday by stien. the recount policy is counting the ballots by hand and could be costing the taxpayers millions of dollars. donald trump won that state by 11,000 votes and he has 7 days to file a written objection to the recount. as for pennsylvania a hearing is scheduled next week to determine
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by hand. the electoral college is meeting december 19th to elect the next president. >> thank you. president-elect donald trump is touring critical swing states and stopping in indiana and ohio. liz is in washington with the details. >> melinda, first up for the president-elect and vice president-elect is stopping in the hoosier state, from the trump today president-elect donald trump will unveil a deal he made the manufacturer carrier and preventing sol some of the jobs from moving to mexico. >> it is a relief. >> he ran on bringing the jobs back, now the jobs are not going to mexico. >> a campaign promise. >> at of times they don't do what they promise they are going to do, if he does do it, i will
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from me. >> according to the officials, the deal keeps 800 union workers. what about the other few hundred jobs set to go to mexico. today we may learn more. carrier released a statement saying the deal is possible because of the incoming administration. but the idea that a president focuses on one company is not making sense. >> way too many companies in the country what about me, you have benefitted them. >> after indiana, trump is headed to ohio for the first stop of the thank you tour. honoring the states that helped him to win the election. >> liz, thank you. no announcement of trump visiting wisconsin yet. yesterday mike pence met with paul ryan and reince priebus. >> preventing overdoses in
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medical examiner tweeted there have been 217 deaths related to opioid use so far, last year a total of 231. later today, alderman is introducing a heroin task force to fight the problem. the meeting is at 9:00 at city hall. >> also happening today, a first of its kind drug mail back program. it is aimed to making it easier to dies unwanted medications, postage paid envelopes are available at ten cvs locations in milwaukee. >> there may not be snow on the ground yet, but the winter parking rules going into effect this morning. that includes milwaukee. drivers have to keep an eye on the date to know which side of the street you are allowed to
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and snow emergencies. no need to worry about that now. >> no snow emergencies. right, jeremy? jeremy: no. we have a few rain and snow showers mainly transitioning to drizzle and liebt rain. the temperatures above freezing. mid to upper 30s. 38 downtown milwaukee. above 34 and damp or wet pavement out there. spotty rain showers, maybe a snow flake mixing in. low 40s this afternoon. cloudy, cool. a chilly breeze as the kids walk home from school. more on the weekend forecast coming up. >> wet pavement out there. the volume is light. at 43 mitchell street it is moving nicely. full freeway speeds out there.
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no delays on the freeways. we are rolling smoothly out there. if you are headed out, it is looking good. the travel times are looking great. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. >> right now, we are learning more information about the death of a 7-year-old boy on the south side. tim? >> ben, four people under arrest for the little boy's a including a woman with previous abuse charges. the 7-year-old was rushed to children's hospital on tuesday with a number of injuries. he tragicily didn't survive. one of the women served 18 months in prison for involvement in 2003 death of a one-year-old baby. we reached out to the woman's adult daughter who says she's not spoken to her mother.
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for the incident. it is unclear the relationship between the 7-year-old and the four people that were arrested. an autopsy was performed. back to you. >> tim, thank you. right now, thousands of protestor in north dakota are camped out. they are ignoring the evacuation orders. many have been protesting the pipeline for months, the tribe in north dakota says that t water and culture sites. later today, the fight to block the pipeline will come to down down milwaukee. doszens of people are going gather outside of the wells fargo, it is one of the institutions financing the 3.8 billioning dollars pipeline. >> the transit system is honoring the life of rosa parks.
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the sign is featuring a sign with her with the quote. today is 61 years since parks refused to give up the seat on the bus to a white man in montgomery, alabama. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:10. killed in the line of duty. >> the standoff after a police officer was shot a number of times trying to protect a mother and children. baseball season, how to save on
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>> welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." 6:13. we look outside right now. mainly cloudy skies across southeast wisconsin. a little drizzle and light rain west of the lake shore counties. you may have seen the drizzle of
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the good news all of the numbers are above freezing, that means damp or wet pavement out there early on today. for more on the roads now to matt salemme. it is damp out there. >> yes, some of the areas are damp and some of the areas are dry. the volume is relatively light. right now, system wide we are quiet. everything is moving at full freeway speeds. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. new, a police officer in washington is dead after multiple gunshot wounds responding to a domestic violence call. >> officers are describing the scene as chaotic, a standoff is
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the suspect barricaded himself inside after shooting the officer. you can see the procession of the officers leading the way here. the suspect has not been arrested yet. the police have a large perimeter set up around the neighborhood. the officer has been identified, he is a years on the force. >> thank you, tim. 6 slrn 15. also, the last inmate that escaped from a california jail is now captured. chavez was arrested last night after a 7 hour standoff with the police. chavez and three others broke out of jail after cutting the bars and made a rope with the bed sheets.
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today is world aids day. acoffering to the united nations 35 million people have died from aids related ill rnss since the first cases reported. apple partnerd with the organization red to raise money and awareness. the goal is to end the disease by 2030. >> a mix martial arts super star is targeted by ufc star posted this surveillance video, take a look, on facebook, offering a reward. we asked him about the post that he since has taken down. >> we saw the post on facebook, want to talk to us about it. >> no, i'm sorry.
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neighbor recording of his cars being torched in the driveway, that case remains unsolved. he never said the amount of the reward that he's offering in the latest case. >> it may be december, but it is all about baseball, brewers and shopping. the clubhouse sales opens to the public tomorrow. you can save on apparel, souvenirs and tickets and suites anas start shopping today. while at miller park, the brewers are calling for a special photo shoot. get your picture taken now through saturday and there is a photo station. on saturday, it is 9-noon. fans are encouraged to wear their favorite brewers gear.
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have to think about how cold it is getting now that it is december. >> we are skipping ahead to spring. >> let's do it. why not. get to baseball. >> when they do the owners meeting. the brewers signed a player the other day. >> yes. >> baseball season is always on our minds but we are headed to the december and talking about weather tr we have rain across the area. maybe a wet snow flake mixing in. quiet for friday and saturday. rain and snow in the forecast for sunday. late rain and drizzle is early this morning and the clouds, a little drizzle this morning and into the afternoon, few and far between for flurries.
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in onknamak. there is a westerly breeze between 5-10 miles per hour. maybe a sprinkle or a flurry around 9:00 a.m. or cloudy skies across southeast wisconsin. during the afternoon, again, a couple of sprinkles, a passing snow flake, any know that happens to fall is melting immediately on contact with the temperatures into the 40 now the weatherwatch 12 week ahead, a couple of rain or snow showers today, the best chance of drizzle. dry on friday. saturday more clouds return. for sunday, could be rain or snow across the area. if you are travelling north, the packers game could include snow showers there. rain is back on tuesday. a rainy system primarily. could see snow on wednesday as the temperatures are falling
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around 30 for the high by next thursday. back to you. >> jeremy, thank you. new, how much would it cost to buy all of the gifts listed in the 12 days of christmas? >> every year, the tally is released. this year $34,000. that's up from last year. few examples of the list, two turtle doves >> i believe it. they are pricey. they are not in demand. >> flee french hens $182. >> how much does it cost to get nine ladies dancing? that's the question that i have. >> an a lot of ways to go with that one. okay. 6:20. we are moving on. if you watch ellen, she's in the middle of the 12 days of
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local landmark. after months of repairs, the celebration you're invited today to mark the grand reopening of milwaukee's mitchell park domes. melinda: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look at radar. some rain and maybe even a few snowflakes are possible today. we're tracking conditions in your neighborhood. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm melinda davenport. ben: and i'm ben wagner. it's 6:30 on this thursday, december first. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center filling in for sally. >> a clouds out there. damp and certainly dreery this morning. we scan the radar network and find generally the the west of milwaukee drizzle and pockets of light rain. we saw the drizzle overnight here in the city. but the pavement is drying out. inland a bit it is a little on the soggy side. 38 degrees. no icy spots out there. instead wet pavement that you will encounter from time to time. a west breeze at 10 miles per
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up like this maybe rain this morning, possibly a snow flake mixed in. topping out in the 40s. the average high for december 1st is 38 degrees. now to the morning commute with matt. >> low clouds and rain are keeping the chopper parked. 43 and good hope is looking good. 43 from mequon into downtown 13 minutes. no crashes being reported on the system right now. back to you. >> thank you, matt. >> our big story this morning, the largest election recount in wisconsin's history starts today. millions of ballots across the state will be recounted over the
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starts about four and a half hours from now. tim is here with a look at what you can expect. tim. tim: melinda and ben, all 72 counties in wisconsin will officially start the recount at 9:00 this morning. nearly 3 million ballots are involved across the state. each county is keeping their ballots locked up in a secure facility. each county has the option of recounting by hand or electronically. the recount will be done by county employees and municipal poll workers. every day during the 12-day z recoea its running total to the wisconsin election commission which will post the numbers online. wisconsin's recount is expected to cost $3.5 million. it is being paid for by the campaign of former green party presidential candidate jill stein. ben, back to you. ben: security is tight at recount locations across the state. police and sheriff's deputies are in charge of guarding the facilities.
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reporter: good morning, ben. the milwaukee police officers outside of the warehouse here where the recount is going to happen and they have been here since yesterday a. lot of tight security here. we are just hours away. the deputies stood guard yesterday as the ballots were moved from the courthouse and loaded them to the moving truck and law enforcement fol truck all the way to south side warehouse. the ballots have around the clock protection. >> once the ballot bags have been opened there will be 24 hr security provided by the sheriff's department. there will be a sheriff's deputy in the building 24 hours a day. well, there will be more than one. there will be at least two sheriff deputies in the building at all times. reporter: now, anyone can go and observe this recount once it is
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the building. around 130 workers will be here at this milwaukee county recount. again, near kk and maple. it is going to be crowded and the parking will be limited. for now, live outside of the milwaukee county recount "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. the hours are different every will start at the same time, 9:00 a.m. there are 2.9 million ballots in the state. ballots can be counted by hand or machine. the state plans to be finished in 12 days on december 12th. that's one day before the federal recount deadline. the electoral college is scheduled to meet on december 19th to formally elect the next president. stay with wisn 12 news for coverage of wisconsin's recount from now through the deadline.
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this is video from outside of the am towing near i-43 and big bend drive and they are looking into how the vehicles caught on fire. ben: later today, a man convicted in the death of five-year-old layla peterson will be sentenced. laylah peterson was sitting on her grandfather's lap when bullets were shot into the home. laylah was hit and killed. police say the shooters fired at the wrong house. carl barrett junior was one of the people who fired those shots. he was convicted of reckless homicide. later today, we'll find out what the punishment will be. prosecutors say two other men were involved in laylah's death. they are both waiting to be sentenced. melinda: right now, four people are under arrest connected to the death of a seven-year-old boy. the child was rushed to the hospital tuesday with serious injuries and did not survive. authorities have performed an autopsy but are not releasing any information on what they found. wisn 12 news spoke to a friend of the boy, an 11-year-old who
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with the victim. >> sometimes he would come across the street and be sad and scared and i would ask what happened and sometimes he would tell me he don't want to say. i was mad and disappointed because he died, he was like one of my best friends. melinda: that boy told wisn 12 news that he was scared to go over to the victim's house to play. ben: later today, celebrating the grand reopening of the mitchell park domes. milwaukee county executive chris abele is hosting the celebration tonight. it's free to attend. the event lasts all day. it kicks off at 9:00 a.m. and runs until 5:00 p.m. all three domes have been open for more than a month after some extensive repairs. there's still some discussion over how to pay for those repairs. a task force met last night to come up with some options to either fix the landmark or replace it. different projects could cost anywhere from 15 to 75 million dollars.
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commute. matt? >> the chopper has the morning off because of the weather. looking good despite the increase in the volume, the traffic the moving along. no delays across the freeway system. the travel times are looking good. no reason to rush out. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. melinda: new this morning, a quick thief gets away with diamond rings. ben: the man posed as a customer at a zales jewelry store. when the clerk pulled out rings to show him, he grabbed them and took off running. he made it out the door before anyone could stop him and got into a car. this happened a few weeks ago in plantation, florida. we're just now getting a look at the video. police are searching for the suspect this morning. ben: also new this morning, a crash in california leads to a flood.
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hydrant which started shooting water into the air. police say the driver lost control of his car, hit several cars at a dealership and then the fire hydrant. no one was hurt. the driver and passenger ran from the scene. police tracked them down nearby. the driver is under arrest, suspected of dui. melinda: a manatee in need gets help from firefighters in florida. ben: the animal got stuck in a storm drain in florida. it's not clear how the 950 pound manatee got in there. you can imaginehe firefighters and wildlife officials got the manatee out. it's now at sea world. experts gave the manatee an exam to make sure it's okay. no broken bones, just a few scratches. how did he get into the storm drain in the first place? >> good question. tennessee dealing with massive wildfires this morning. melinda: one of the state's most famous residents is giving back. how dolly parton is helping out thousands of families and how you can pitch in too.
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that lesson to save a life. how she saved her baby sister just two days old. now to tim in the news room. tim. >> we have a developing story out of washington state, authorities are now saying that a suspect who was held up in a home for shooting and killing a police officer has been killed by the police. this started last night with a domestic violence incident and the suspect was inside of the home and the abc station there in washington is the suspect has been killed. we'll have more on this story as
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>> 6:42. good morning. a live look outside right now. the clouds are hanging above downtown milwaukee. we have seen patchy drizzle here in the city and the rain is staying inland overnight. that is what we have on the radar. areas of drizzle and light rain
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through parts of dodge, jefferson. here in milwaukee, it is just cloudy. 38 degrees. a west breeze at 10 miles per hour. the temperatures across the area are above freezing if the pavement saw the rain overnight, it could be wet or damp. we have the weekend forecast coming up. now to the commute with matt. >> the chopper is parked because he a few wet areas out there. no delays on the system right now. green is full freeway speeds. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. melinda: new from overnight, a police officer killed in tacoma, washington. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is in the newsroom where details have been coming in overnight.
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the the suspect was shot and killed after a standoff. this began with a domestic violence call. police responded to a home and shots rang out. one officer was shot. he was rushed to the hospital and later died. a woman and two children got out of the house safely. police have a large perimeter set up around the neighborhood. now the news is that the suspect is dead. searching for a man who fired shots at police officers. they were responding to calls about an armed man and a possible drug turf war. that suspect started firing at the officers who quickly drove away. the police chief called it an ambush. >> as they got in view of this street, they could see the suspect with what appeared to be an assault-type rifle. we believe the suspect fired anywhere between 8-10 rounds. ben: swat teams locked down the area. they found the weapon but not the shooter.
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say he's not the suspect who shot at officers. melinda: a north carolina police officer is recovering after being shot. police were responding to a home invasion call when the officer was shot, so was the suspect. the suspect is in critical condition this morning. the officer has serious injuries but is expected to survive. north carolina's state bureau of investigation is working to find out what exactly happened. melinda: overnight, people took to they protested a district attorney's decision not to prosecute an officer who shot and killed a man two months ago. both the officer and the suspect were african-american. the shooting led to protests and riots in charlotte. officials say the officer acted lawfully. >> our determination is that at that time, his belief was reasonable that he was in imminent threat of death or the death of his fellow officers, and that he was justified in shooting. melinda: police say they found
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officers. witnesses at the scene said that scott was holding a book not a weapon. the police officer is still facing an internal investigation. ben: new this morning, a newborn baby starts choking bur day. the baby girl was just two days old when she started choking. her sister alise had just learned cpr at her school in massachusetts. so when the mother started to panic, alise took over. >> you weren't nervous? >> i was a little but i tried to like just be in the moment and save her, i didn't want anything to happen to her. ben: the 11-year-old says when she learned about cpr and how to help a choking baby. she knew it might come in handy, because she was about to have a sister. alise's teacher says he's proud of her for using the cpr lesson. alise says she wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up so she can use some of those life-saving skills to help animals.
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6:46. new this morning, an abc star is using her voice to help educate people about lung cancer. actress bellamy young is best known for her role on the hit show "scandal." young lost her father to lung cancer. so now she is helping launch a campaign called test, talk, take action. it's all about the role biomarkers play in patients' care. >> every cancer is different. biomarkers are the clues on the tumors that tell your doctors exactly what kind of cancer they are dealing with so they can hone a treatment program that is specific to you. melinda: you can see more of young as first lady mellie grant on the new season of "scandal." it premieres january 19th right here on wisn 12. ben: a uw school using the app snapchat to deliver good news. students who are waiting to hear from uw green bay could find out about their admission status on
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app along with the regular mail. admissions officials say it's a faster way to let students know that they were accepted. >> they'll screen shot the snap and they'll respond with an excited selfie. they get really excited about that and it's really cool. we're proud of our admitted students and we want them to know that. ben: admissions officials say students spend a lot of time on snapchat so they see the message right away instead of having to wait for the mail to arrive at their home. >> they can replay the snap just in case. >> yes, take a screen shot of course. >> maybe send the grades out and with the filters with the tears. [laughter] >> a lot of uses for that. well, the weather is staying in the same direction, not too cold and the precipitation is in the form of rain. how about this, second warmest november on record. >> put up that goal for december too. >> yes, this is the second
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november, which is fall, warm temperatures, so not only was november warm, but a pretty nice fall overall and the temperature over 8 degrees above the average in november. that is reflected in the energy bills. the heat may not have run as much. well for today, a little chill in the air, again the temperatures are above the average. clouds across the area. maybe pockets of drizzle or light rain showers t can't entirely rule out a sprinkle or a flurry. temperatures across the area, mid to even upper 30s right now. 37 degrees in port washington. 36 fond du lac. no cold air any where across the western great lakes. all you need is a lighter coat. tonight mainly cloudy skies and
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lower or mid 30s. friday cloudy and saturday. sunday forecast is one we are going to watch, rain or snow across the area. 38. next week, still too warm for the snow on tuesday, but the backside of that system may see falling temperatures and a wintry mix transitioning to the snow. pretty quiet here. there were tornados from the tennessee valley to the southeast. that is where the active weather has been. >> is that unusual for this time of the year. >> outbreaks are common in the southeast. >> that is big. a lot of damage there. at least five people were killed in the storms in alabama, georgia and tennessee. there were at least three twisters in northern alabama. trees and power lines were
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three more tornadoes were reported near atlanta. no one was hurt there but the severe storms did plenty of damage. strong winds stripped metal roofs off buildings and took down trees and power lines. tennessee also saw one tornado. two people died there. ben: devastating fires, still burning in tennessee near gatlinburg. right now at least seven people have died. dozens more people have been hurt. more than 700 buildings have been destroyed, hundreds of them in the resort area of gatlinburg. the town is now under a mandatory evacuation order. the great smoky mountains national park is seeing massive damage from the fires too. the u.s. forestry service says more than 15,000 acres of park land has burned. one of the resorts affected by the fires, dollywood, owned by country legend dolly parton. she grew up near gatlinburg.
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month to each family affected by the fires for at least six months. she's asking people to join in by donating to the dollywood foundation and using the hashtag my people fund. ben: "good morning america" will have in-depth coverage of the tennessee wildfires. gma starts at 7:00 a.m. right after wisn 12 news this morning. >> now to matt who is watching the commute. >> we are pretty good shape on the roads. the p of the town. damp is some of the other areas. you are not going so see much in the way of delays. otherwise the rest of the system checking in quiet right now. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. 6:52. >> a live look outside and a final check on the forecast, oh, that is gorgeous.
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local headlines are coming up
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>> welcome back. 6:55. wisconsin's election recounts starts today. >> it is beginning at 9:00 this morning.
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recounted and is paying for it. they are recounting by hand or electronically. >> overnight, a police officer in washington was killed. there are reports that the suspect who is accused of shooting the officer was killed after a standoff. >> winter parking rules now in effect. this is including milwaukee, that means drivers have to the date. be aware of the four inch rule and snow emergencies. >> now here is matt with the traffic. >> the chopper is parked this morning. things are busy, but moving out there. in the zoo, moving good through the construction zone. we checked on the computer and brake trapping 43 northbound coming through the plainfield
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the pavement could be wet. >> yes, west of milwaukee with the drizzle and the light rain is hanging out there. travelling to madison damp pavement. temperatures not too bad. 39 degrees. nothing icy out there. >> good to hear. >> first day of december too. all right. take 12 news everywhere you go. >> lots of news "g.m.a.", including the severe weather in the southeast. >> see you tomorrow.
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we're local, we care, we're person to person. good morning, america. trail of destruction. this twister in florida caught on camera as deadly tornadoes devastate the south. 48 twisters reported this week. now the death toll is rising. >> it looks like a war zone up here. >> the storm system south. breaking overnight, protests erupt over that deadly police shooting in charlotte. prosecutors deciding not to charge this officer after that shooting in broad daylight caught on camera. >> stop. >> the new evidence and what the victim's family is saying now. donald trump's victory tour. the president-elect celebrates his deal to save more than a thousand jobs making good on a campaign promise.


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