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despite the first freeze of the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs near 50 on saturday, and near 60 yesterday with gusty winds. this morning is cool with temps in the upper 30s and 40s. the pleasant fall weather continues today with more sunshine, a light westerly breeze and highs in the mid to upper 50s. tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows falling back to near 40. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look
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happening right nowprotests over donald trump's election victory continue early into this morning... marking nearly a week of demonstrations. hundreds of protesters in portland, blocked st they marched in opposition of a trump's presidency.some clashed with riot police... throwing bottles at officers. at least five people were arrested protests also broke out in san francisco and fort lauderdale . anti-trump rallies also took place near the white house and in front of trump tower in new york city. we will hear from wisconsin native reince priebus this morning, for the first time since trump picked him to be
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year-old will be on the today show right after live at daybreak. priebus was raised in kenosha and graduated from uw-whitewater he was named chairman of the wisconsin republican party in 2007, and was named republican national party chairman in 20-11. more local news nowtimes running out on a clean slate for those with an outstanding municipal warrant in milwaukee. the final warrant withdrawal is wednesday. special walk-in sessions begin at municipal court at 8-30 a-m.. to get those the last two wednesdays hundreds of people showed up. just into our newsroom:it's a good time to fill up your tank... wisconsin is sitting below two dollars a gallon... that's under the national average which is about 2-15. in milwaukee... gas has fallen about 5 cents in the past week and now averaging about 1 dollar and 97 cents. three years ago... gas was as high as nearly 3 and half dollars. the biggest and brightest full moon in nearly 70 years is
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now. it's a treat for star watchers around the globe.ann sterling is live in downtown it's been nicknamed the supermoon and you can still see it right now.and according to nasa -- its closest approach will occur in just a few minutes at 5:21 we caught a lot of people staying up late overnight snapping pictures.according to nasa -- since around earth is elliptical -- sometimes it comes closer to the earth and sometimes it's farther away. when the moon is full -- and it makes it's closest pass to earth -- it's call a supermoon. it can be 14 percent closer to earth -- making it appear larger. it also shines 30 percent more moonlight onto the earth. it won't be as big and bright again for another 18 years.in
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closer -- that, too, will be a supermoon. wildfires all around the southern part of the country continue to grow as dry condition fuel the flames. take a look at this video out of north carolina were firefighters are fighting at least 20 fires. some of these fires have forced the state to shut down a number of its state georgia.... residents are being forced out of their homes this morniing because of a massive wild fire.. alabama and tennesse also dealing with fires of their own as well. today new zealand's prime minister is touring the area impacted by a deadly earthquake that triggered a small tsunami early this morning. the seven-point-eight magnitude quake struck the south island , just after midnight, killing two people. the quake caused damage in the capital wellington, more than 120 miles to the north.
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the construction of the dakota access pipeline. they found themselves staring down a barrel of a gun this weekend. it happened after demonstrators tried to prevent a truck driver from going down a public road.the driver eventually pulled out a gun.no one was hurt during the incident. we have to go back and work on ourselves. i think it was definitely a winable game. we just didnt execute well enough on offense a dispointed aaron rodgers th pannic... like many fans after yet another loss.so how bad was their time in nashville?... rodgers only had one completion by the end of the first quarter. they seemed to come to life in the second quarter... but couldn't keep up with a much younger... and faster titans team. final score... 47-25... a blow out. the packers for the first time since 2008 are below 5- hundred. coming up at 6-50 we'll dive deep into the loss with the
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larriveehow they got to this point... and what they have to do to finally get a win heading into next week. up next on up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--to shop-- or not? some of the ?major retailers-- that'll welcome shoppers-- ?after thanksgiving summer! the ?two major headliners-- coming to the big gig next year... and why ?this year's festival-- is going to be ?the best yet! more live at daybreak is next. taking a live look outside... today on the morning blend, how to make the kids table the envy of thanksgivingplus co- parenting when you're divorced. join us for the morning blend
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despite the first freeze of the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs near 50 on saturday, and near
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this morning is cool with temps in the upper 30s and 40s. the pleasant fall weather continues today with more sunshine, a light westerly breeze and highs in the mid to upper 50s. tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows falling back to near 40. next summer marks the 50th anniversary of summerfest here in milwaukee. it's seven months away... but the festival has already announced two of its headliners for 2017. pete zervakis is live with who's playing... the red hot chili peppers will hit the stage at the marcus amphitheater on opening night of summerfest 2017. that's june 28th. summerfest has also announced pink will play the amphitheater on sunday, july
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next summer will be the 50th summerfest. festival organizers say that means not just the usual, big-name music acts... but a celebration of summerfest's history and its roots here in milwaukee. it began in 1968 and has evolved into the world's largest music festival... now drawing about 850-thousand people each year. there are already some special deals available on tickets for next summer's e summerfest.those are at the summerfest store. tickets for the red hot chili peppers... and for pink... go on sale friday. although keep your eyes on the summerfest website... and social media accounts... for pre-sale opportunities wednesday and thursday. live...pz... tmj4 up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--trump's
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?huge role in the president- elect's inner circle... and the ?controversy... with one of trump's advisors.also-- sinus relief! a new treatment-- you can explore with ?your doctor to help cut back on your sneezing, sniffles and stuffy head congestion.
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prisons in the us... including here in wisconsin... are experimenting with a high- priced monthly injection that could help addicted inmates stay off opioids after they are released. federal government has approved spending more than 23 million dollars on the treatment drug vivitrol. in wisconsin... prisoners who are within eliglable for the treatment. a single shot of vivitrol lasts for four weeks and costs as much as one thousand dollars.... leaving critics asking if the unproven drug is worth the cost. more doctors are recommending surgery along with a stent for patients with ?chronic sinusitis...the stent keeps the sinus open after surgery delivering an anti- inflammatory steroid directly to the sinus.
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effects can be long-lasting. despite our fantastic fall... winter is coming... meaning it's time to start thinking ahead. that's the message from emergency management officials on this winter weather awareness week. this means keeping an emergency kit in your car... with an extra pair gloves... and a shovel. we'll have more safety tips to keep you safe this winter.... coming up in the next half hour. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter.
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a look at the roads... drive times are on timethe roads are dry incident free two large closures starting at 11 republicans republicans will meet later today to discuss last week's election results. in the
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is in full swing. tracie potts is live from washington with the latest announcements. no captioning available no captioning available
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live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --grab a turkey sandwich to go! we've some of the major stores-- ?open after your thanksgiving meal-- to help you plan out your post-turkey day shopping spree.also-- the ultimate-- holiday gift. your first look at one of the ?rarest diamonds in the world... and how much it will cost-- to buy it. spoiler alert-- it's a lot! more live
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answer the question: whether to shop... or not?if you do.. .you'll have plenty of options. target's become the latest of large retailers announcing it will be open for business at least part of the day... thanksgiving day... joining kohl's, sears, macy's and best buy. however.... some 40 other other retailers with equally big names... say they're closing their doors... giving their employees.. .and customers a break from the holiday shopping madness. . if diamonds are a girl's best friend... ladies, meet this.... it's called the "sky blue diamond".it's up for auction on it's up for auction on wednesday. that starting price of for this 1 inch band of love.... 25 million dollars. and this more than eight-carat stone is one of
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --search for a carjacker: the surprising local community where the car was stolen and where police are in trying to find the suspect this morning.also-- it was a battle of two teams looking to get back into the win column.. and for wisconsinites, the wait
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happening now-- plus: just into our newsroom campus racism.the racially- charged messages offending some students at one pennsylvania university-- and why the person who did it-- could be 14-hundred miles away. and: tax increase: the ?one major change at milwaukee county residents paying ?more every time they register a vehicle
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look at your weather and traffic together-- with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. despite the first freeze of the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs near 50 on saturday, and near 60 yesterday with gusty winds. this morning is cool with temps in the upper 30s and 40s. the pleasant fall weather continues sunshine, a light westerly breeze and highs in the mid to upper 50s. tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows
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police are investigating racially charged social media posts sent to black students at the university of pennsylvania in philadelphia. screen shots of the groupme account show messages that included racial slurs, a calendar invite for a "daily lynching" and old images of african-american lynchings. it also included references to president-elect donald trump's comments about grabbing women inappropriately without consent. according to authorities, the messages were posted by three people in oklahoma, including oklahoma.that student, has been suspended. police in shorewood are looking for three men who pulled up in an older model s-u-v...held a driver a gunpoint, then stole that driver's car... a silver ford focus. it happened near capitol drive and woodburn street just before 6:30 p-m sunday. the man charged with driving the wrong way on i-43 -- and injuring a woman and two kids heads to court this morning.
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the legal limit for drunk driving when police say he crashed into the woman last month in the marquette interchange. happening today: one last vote- - before milwaukee county's 2017 budget is on the books. one ?major tax change-- for milwaukee county residents is a new wheel tax. when you register your car, you'd have to pay an extra 30-dollars. the county expects the tax to raise more than 13 million dollars in 20-17. so many looking for work... and so many employers looking for workers. matching them up is often a matter of job training... and particularly when talking about blue collar jobs... apprenticeships can be a way to achieve that. ann sterling is live with more on how that practice will be highlighted this week. apprenticeships use an "earn and learn" training model --- it combines paid on the job experience coupled with education and a lot of
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governor walker is a strong supporter of the apprenticeship program. right now --- wisconsin's nationally recognized apprenticeship program has as many as 11 thousand apprentices -- in over 200 occupations across the state annually.in the u.s. there are currently more than 375 thouand apprentices working with 150 thousand employers. president obama established a goal of doubling the number of apprenticeships within five years to help address the gap in the workforce . this weeek there are a as bad as the green bay packers are green bay as bad
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as bad as the green bay packers are right now... the team is still only a game behind the first place lions. so we're not dead yet... but hardly showing any signs of life. ugly game again.... looked bleak from start in nashville. the titans putting up more than 2-hundred yards in the first quarter. we won't make you relive the beat down... packers lose.... 47-25. game two of a three game road stint is next week in wa coming up at 6-50 we sit down with the voice of the packers wayne larrivee.he'll give us an inside look at sunday's loss and hopefully a brighter outlook going into next week's game. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--why emergency management officials in wisconsin want you to start thinking about winter. plus... i think that social media has more power than the money they spent, and i think, maybe to a certain extent, i proved
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money... what president elect donald trump says won him the election... and his plans for his social media accounts once
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the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs near 50 on saturday, and near 60 yesterday with gusty winds. this morning is cool with temps in the upper 30s and 40s. the pleasant fall weather continues today with more sunshine, a light westerly breeze and highs in the mid to upper 50s. tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows falling back to near 40. pete zervakis is live with more. for starters wisconsin emergency management says: keep a safety supply kit in your car.
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first aid kit... booster cables... non-perishable snacks... a couple blankets... and extra hats and gloves it's also good to have a small shovel... and a bag of sand or kitty litter to use for traction if you slide off the road onto any snow. according to wisconsin emergency management if you get stuck this winter... do not leave your vehicle. stay in the car... turn your dome light on if its at night to help draw attention. don't use your emergency flashers unless you see another vehicle approaching - that will help preserve your battery. also... don't leave your car running. that puts you at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning if your exhaust is plugged up with snow. so only run the engine 10 minutes each hour... and keep a window cracked open
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people on the people on the west coast trying to unite this morning.... after five straight days of protests opposing president-elect donald trump. in a show of unity, thousands of people in oakland joined hands in a circle around a lake in the center of oakland. more than 7- thosaund people joined in around the roughly 3-mile-long loop that wraps around the lake. i'm going to do very restrained. i find it tremendous. it's a modern be nothing to be ashamed of. it's where it's at. president-elect donald trump is crediting social media with helping him get elected as the 45th president of the united states.but in an interview on 60 minuetes.. he says now that he will be commander in chief. he plans to be more "restrained" about using sites such as twitter. those comments came before he
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tweet alleged the times "is losing thousands of subscribers because of their very poor and highly inaccurate coverage of the 'trump phenomena.'"since thursday trump has picked up 100-thosuand new twittter. followers. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4consumers are getting hit by phone scams again. the call you need to keep season for the packers continues.we take a look inside the numbers from the voice of the packers wayne
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want to double check your caller i-d when phone. scammers are now using a method called "spoofing", to trick people out of money. the scammer changes their phone number to make it look like it is a local, legitimate call. recently, residents have been getting calls which appeared to have come from the ozaukee county administration building... offering a way to consolidate debt... something ozaukee county officials say they would never do. a warning for drivers looking for a parking spot... steer clear of those piles of
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milwaukee fire department says each year they deal with vehicle fires because of situations like this.drivers parking in piles of leaves raked to the curb.the car's exhaust system can reach 12- hundred degrees igniting the dry leaves around it. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. taking a live look outside... despite the season on saturday morning in milwaukee, it was another pleasant weekend with highs near 50 on saturday, and near 60 yesterday with gusty winds. this morning is cool with temps in the upper 30s and 40s. the pleasant fall weather continues today with more sunshine, a light westerly breeze and highs in the mid to upper 50s. tonight is partly cloudy and cool with lows falling back to near 40.we are
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pattern for november with more sunshine on tuesday with highs in the upper 50s, and a light wind. wednesday is sunny with highs in the mid 50s, and thursday is sunny once again with highs near 60. this weekend is the deer season opener and we are tracking a storm for friday and saturday that will bring rain and very gusty winds, highs in the 40s on saturday, and 30s on
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now-- let's take a look at your roads.. traffic building incident free speeds at or aboveovernight
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is it time to hit the panic button? now in week 11... the pack find themselves fighting to get back to 5 hundred. wayne larrivee joins us to ease our minds before crisis
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daybreak-- a final check of your weather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you head out the door.plus... we know whose headlining at summerfest ... and why the festival is doing this up even bigger this time around. before we head to break... check this out. a group of bikers in new jersey were starstruck when they stopped to help a fellow biker on the side of the road.turns out it was the "boss"... bruce springsteen... whose motorcycle broke down.. they gave springsteen a ride to a restaurant, where someone else came to pick him up.but before
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we will hear from wisconsin native reince priebus in just a few minutes on the today show. it's his first interview since donald trump selected priebus as chief of staff over the weekend. the city of milwauke talk out plans to establish a special assessment of lead water service lines on private property. that's because but some of the service lines that pump that water from city mains to homes are made of lead...and that lead can seep into the water. police in shorewood are looking for three men who pulled up in an older model s-u-v...held a driver a gunpoint, then stole that driver's car... a silver ford focus. it happened near woodburn and capitol drive. just before 6:30 p-m sunday.
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the corner? let's focus on ?summerfest for a minute! pete zervakis spills a secret-- the first ?two headliners for the big gig's 50th year, announced just this morning. the red hot chili peppers will hit the stage at the marcus amphitheater on opening night of summerfest 2017. that's june 28th. summerfest has also announced pink will play the amphitheater on sunday, july 2. next summer will be the 50th summerfest. festival organizers say that means not just the usual, big-name music acts... but a celebration of summerfest's roots here in milwaukee. it began in 1968 and has evolved into the world's largest music festival... now drawing about 850-people each year. there are already some special deals tickets for 50th edition summerfest.those are at summerfest the red hot chili and for go on sale although keep your eyes on summerfest and social accounts... for pre-sale wednesday and live...pz... tmj4
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imagine a world where instead of rushing to buy we gave thanks for what we already have. at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods we're closed on thanksgiving because family time comes first.
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we don't have a lot of grocery stores here in our neighborhood and we want our neighbors to have access to good things at affordable prices.
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good morning. trump's challenge amid protests for the fifth straight night. the president-elect speaks out in his first interview since the election, opening up about the future of his controversial campaign promis, >> probably 2 million, could even be 3 million. we're getting them out of our country or we're going to incarcerate. >> -- to abortion. >> i'm pro life. the judges will be pro life. >> to that wall. >> i'm very good at this. it's called construction. >> mr. trump also delivering a message to his supporters being accused of racism and hate crimes. >> i will say this. i'll say it right to the cameras. stop it.

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