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welcome to live at daybreak. i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.minnesota-- is bracing for some serious winter weather today-- and there could be some ?flurries-- in our area this weekend, too. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- has a look at your forecast. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a
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showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early saturday morning with no
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now-- let's get to tatiana cash the roads drive times are on time a new report just into our newsroom reveals wisconsin's lead poisoning level among children is higher than the national average. the wisconsin council on children
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parents in west allis can get a free lead blood test for their kids.ann sterling is live with more. the testing starts this morning right here at the west allis health departmentit runs from 8 am -12 pm and 1 - 3:30 pm.any child from 6 months to 6 years years old can get a free test. lead poisoning can have a negative impact on development ..... and damage the nervous system in children. it also is linked to increased rates of learning disabilities, as well as increased aggression.according to that report that was just released..here in west allis -- the health department says... children are routinely screened for lead poisoning when they are approximately 12 months old. the latest data
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says -- 99.2% of children in west allis/west milwaukee had a lead result within normal limits. 0.8% of the children had an elevated lead level. that report that was just released shows a lot of children are exposed to lead-based paint in older homes in the state -- .the report also noted there were nearly 200 thousand lead service lines that carry water to houses here in the state. just into our news room... michigan lawmakers are considering testing all infants and toddlers for lead poisoning it's apart of an initiative to eradicate lead exposure state wide. the recommendation is among many unveiledy by a state board that governor rick snyder had come up with ways to protect children from all sources of lead poisoning. the city of flint has been dealing with a lead contamination problem in its tap water for over more than a year... and has extended it's state of
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is still unsafe to drink. while lead poisoning does not produce visible symptoms... it can affect children for their entire lives. the mother who's baby died after giving birth in milwaueke's county jail... is claiming it's the jail employee's fault. milwaukee journal sentinel is reporting 30-year-old sha? swayzer's has filed a claim notice against the sheriff's office. her lawyers says sawyer told corrections officer she was going into labor... but jail employees ignohe sheriff's office is denying those claims. about 60 people will soon be out of a job at the sprint manufacturing plant in new berlin.the workforce development area rapid response is offering assistance to those happening today... city leaders are set to discuss the future of a street car running through downtown milwaukee. right now... the price tag is at least 1-hundred-28 million dollars.more than half of the money is expected to come from the federal government.the common council did approved
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expand the projectthe streetcar is expected to begin serving the third ward and downtown in 2018. the milwaukee brewers are looking for fan fashion designers. the team is holding a "fan-shirt friday design contest."you can submit a brewers-themed design online. the winner will be selected through a public vote and used for 20-thousand t-shirts distributed during a game in june.there's a link to more information at tmj-4 dot-com. up next on li a today's tmj4--the changes in store for hunters this weekend around wisconsinthen -- isis threatens the macy's thanksgiving parade in new york.the specific measures being taken to make sure
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yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight,
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upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early morning with no accumulation. deer hunters this year can now buy a license ... and even select and print antlerless tags right at home... through the dnr's "go wild" website.
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you can still go to a licensing agent although this year - because of the new site - you can't buy licenses over the phone. the d-n-r has also launched a new app: called "pocket ranger." hunters can use it to check on permit and license details... and read rules. last year... more than 205-thousand deer hunt. this year's hunt - which again begins tomorrow - runs through november 27. also new this year: hunters can now wear the color blaze pink - instead of orange - for protective gear. at least half of all clothing gun deer hunters wear above the waist has to be orange or pink. a grisly find for hunters near wausau. a group was walking through the woods when they found a dead body. this was at rib mountain state park..
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office says the body is badly decomposed. police are waiting on autopsy results. security will be extra tight at this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york city. isis has claimed the parade would be an ?excellent? target. new york city police says there will be armed officers and dump trucks filled with sand to prevent vehicles from entering the parade. police say there is no credible threat to three point five million people expected to line the two mile parade route. coudn't play here"the joy and the laughter is back. for the kids it was a long wait, they didn't understand why they coudn't play here up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--kids celebrating this morning after one of their favorite parks reopens what this dream park means for children of all abilities. also-- govenor scott walker is already making requests to our future president. what he's telling facebook he's going to ask donald trump to do once he
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they couldn't." "the joy and the laughter is back. for the kids it was a long wait, they didn't understand why they couldn't play here, one day they could play here and the next they couldn't." after months of being closed... kids in kenosha are taking full adavantage of a newly renovated playground. parents are saying the
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playground couldn't come soon enough.it took 2-hundred-40 days for crews to fix faulty flooring at the playground.it was actually only open five months before the flooring was deemed unsafe and the playground had to close. the all inclusive playground was created for kids of all abilities. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening
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is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early saturday morning with no accumulation.after the light wintry mix in the morning, saturday afternoon will have sunshine, but cold and windy. high temps will be in the upper 30s with nw winds gusting to 45 mph. the wind will be miserable for everyone, especially hunters in the woods. if you are looking for accumulating snow, areas north of wausau could see 1-2" of snow by midday saturdayo accumulation in
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sunny, breezy and cold with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s, and brisk wind chills. now let's get a look at the
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drive times are on time traffic is steady no incidents on the roads speed are at/above posted later tonight in madiscon several highschool state football championships happening at camp randall stadium won't be deterred too much by construction on
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donald trump filling out his cabinet... with an offer to a decorated combat veteran to be his national security advisor. and an old foe coming to visit trump tower today.tracie potts joins us live from washington with more-- tracie... let's start there... former republican nominee for president... mitt romney possibly under consideration for a job in the trump administration... romney actively trump... calling him a phony and a fraud.????? question: we don't know whether he's accepted... but nbc news reporting trump wants lt. general mike flynn to be his national security advisor...
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him? know about what do we advisor... security national be his mike flynn to lt. general trump wants reporting but nbc news accepted... whether he's don't know question: we ????? fraud.????? question: we don't know whether he's accepted... reporting trump wants lt. general mike flynn to be his national security advisor...
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governor scott walker is looking forward for donald trump to take office. he told his facebook followers during a live question and answer session.... the first thing he wants trump to do as president is start removing president obama's executive orders... especially the ones he says could put wisconsin's economy at risk... particularly restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions and obama's health care reforms. 21 ballots cast in wi been rejected due to voters lacking valid photo ids. the election commission says that number could still increase.. because most provisional ballots havent been recorded yet.final numbers are expected next month. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --the packers looking to break their losing streak this weekend. their tough test on primetime television. also-- the badger's championship run is nearing the finish line. the win they're looking for this
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with just two games left in
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badgers still in the playoff hunt with a chance at a national title. 'big red' ranked number six in the country now... heading to west lafayette tomorrow to take on purdue. the badgers expected to win this one. the boilermakers haven't beaten bucky in 10 years... losing by an average of 23 points per game. the badger's are 26 point favorites in this one. the packers hoping to end their losing streak on on a tough redskins team... in washington. the packers need this one to keep their playoff hopes alive.. you can catch the prime time game right here on today's tmj- 4. kick off is set for 7-30. kick off is 4. kick off is set for 7-30. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --a suspect fires
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situationalso-- dreams dashed. why brendan dassey won't be home for the holidays, and what his lawyers are vowing to
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cars will up and they'll do their deals and get back in and take off." :46 and later -- the call for more police on the streets of milwaukee. the letter to cheif fylnn that's putting two aldermen at odds. the difference in opinions on how to clean up the streets. plus: transformation . from beautiful to downright ugly. this amazing november weather has to come to an end, right? storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter gets your morning-- started-- with a four letter word in your weekend forecast-- snow! yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and
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thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to new this morning -a scary sitiuation for milwuakee police who were shot at during an atttempted burglary. it happened last night near 26th and ruby.the officers returned fire, but no one was hit.the shooter... a 23-year-old
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record.police arrested him after a brief foot chase. order and stability i don't care where he gets them from we just need more police down here to create a level of order and stability more than a quarter of the south side common council are calling for more police on milwuakee streets. the request came in a letter to police cheif ed flynn... alderman bob donovan says his district faces issues like slow 9-1-1 responses, prostitution and mobile calls upset common council president ashanti hamiliton. who says the aldermen are undermining a newly passed comprehensive policing stategy. how that works that's what we have done in the budget. that is what the police department said they were going to commit themselves to in the next year, let's see how that works." :00 hamilton is calling on donovan and the aldermen to rescind their letter and work with police. the brendan dassey saga still
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of appeals sided with the state ... blocking his release while he awaits the outcome of an appeal. the state is fighting a judge's decision to overturn his conviction. this means dassey will stay in prison until futher notice. dassey's attorneys call the decision disappointing... but say the fight goes on. dassey's uncle steven avery is also appealing his conviction for the 2005 murder of theresa halbach.his defense team is awaiting an order d-n-a testing.his legal team said the process has been delayed slightly by the developments in his nephew's case. for complete coverage on the brendan dassey case, head to our website t-m-j-4 dot com. the superintendent of milwaukee public schools will share an update this morning on a proposed shift in the school year calendar. the school year would start - and of course end - earlier. pete zervakis is live to explain.
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schools this year classes started september 1st... and run through june 9th. a proposal before the school board calls for shifting the start of the school year to mid august. if approved... classes would end in may. the district says that would help students land internships... and allow them to take classes that didn't fit into their schedule during a four week "j-term" in june. since november 1st... m-p-sa it's been gathering feedback from parents on the proposal. there have been listening sessions... and families can share thoughts in a s's website. this morning at 10 a-m... superintendent darrienne driver is expected to provide an update on the proposed changes here at mps headquarters. they would have to be approved by the school board and the state's department of public
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there's always room for improvement.... that's what area school districts are saying about their state education grades. milwaukee public schools only received two out of five stars. racine, bayfield, cambria-friesland, cassville and menominee indian all recieved failing gradesthe ratings are based off things like achievement in english language arts and math -- gaps between student groups and graduation readiness. there is some good news to those numbers. wauwatosa elementary area districts in the exceeds expectations category including oak creek... frankli...n menomonee falls... glendale river hills... and mukwonago. and whitefish bay is among the few local districts to receive a 5 out of 5 rating. its been 10 days since donald trump has been elected the next president of the united states and this group didn't get to vote in this years election.. but this afternoon in milwaukee they will become america's newest citizens.ann
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about 200 people sworn-in as america's newest citizens right here at state fair park expo center.it's scheduled for 2pm. the campaign rhetoric in the past year often focused on immigrants. during the , trump called for a wall to be built along the u.s.-mexican border, an increase in deportations of people in the country illegally and a ban on muslims from entering the u.s. since election night, hundreds of racially charged incidents have been reported, and protesters have flooded streets across the country. some of those protest happening right here in milwaukee live in west allis.... ann
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--we explore the dark world of drug and alcohol addiction.and how many people it affects in the country. then -- things keep going down hill for wells fargo.the latest issue the bank is
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right nowa government report released this morning calls attention to a national public health crisis -- drug and alcohol addiction.in fact -- one in seven peole will face a substance abuse disorder in life. while a picture may be worth a thousand words... it took nearly 200-thousand to explore the depth of with drug addiction ... in a comprehensive new report from u-s surgeon general vivek murthy. the report includes sobering statistics... nearly 21-million people in the u-s have a substance abuse disorder.that's more than the number of people with cancer. the report also found opioid painkillers are used more often than tobacco.still -- the surgeon general's report finds only 1 in 10 people with an addiction get the help they need. dangerous bacteria that can
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just about anywhere...but especially on "makeup testers" we're talking possible sores... strep throat... staph infection... and even ecoli. health experts say the risk comes from people not washing their hands... and then touching the make up on the counters. if you're afriad of getting sick... test the makeup out on your hand first... or ask for samples that are behind the counter. the hits keep on coming for wells fargo.in just about a year... the number of new accounts opening fell 44 percent. the bank also 50 percent drop in credit card applications. the bank has been drenched in scandal since since investigators found employees created as many as 2 million unauthorized credit accounts to meet company sale goals. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 local pride! the high school band that'll perform on thanksgiving in the big apple.then -- the countdown to the gun-deer season has started. new information for hunters, before they head into the
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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. the only thing easy in our community is fast food. ??
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with many families preparing this morning for the gun-deer season tomorrow.... some good reminders about staying safe in the woods. a lot of times for hunters deer hunting is the most activity they get all
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this advice for hunters: don't eat a heavy breakfast before you go out hunting.don't hunt alone. and take a cellphone along so you can let family and friends know where you are and when you'll be back time is running out to get that license for the gun-deer season. right now deer hunting license sales are down compared to last year by about 12 thousand licenses. dnr offering helpful tips to remember this season... if you leave your deer... remember to tag itan when registering it. and as for hunting licenses.... there's more than one way to prove you have one... like using an authorized driver license... or even electronically on your phone. and as always...stay off of private land unless you have permission. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased
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in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early saturday morning with no
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wintry mix in the morning, saturday afternoon will have sunshine, but it will be very cold and windy. high temps will be in the upper 30s with nw winds gusting to 45 mph. the wind will be miserable for everyone, especially hunters in looking for accumulating snow, areas north of wausau could see 1-2" of snow by midday saturdayo accumulation in southern wisconsin. sunday is sunny, breezy and cold with lows in the 20s and highs in
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drive times are on time traffic is steady no incidents on the roads speed are
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and have a good time any nerves? a little bit, but yah know there's nerves with everything and so i'm just going to and have a good time no one is stealing the joy the greendale marching band is feeling these days. the teens are planning a big trip to new york -- where they'll play in the annual macys thanksgiving day parade. they're having a dress rehearsal at the school's football stadium tomorrow at noon. . the public is invited. and .. you can watch the band perform at the parade on today's tmj4. it starts at nine you can catch the second half... they'll be performing to a mary poppins medley. a big job for volunteers -- making sure hundreds of families in the milwaukee area have a nice meal for thanksgiving.the hunger task force will be working to fill bins of food that will go to those in need. the job of filling the bins starts at 8:30 this morning. nearly 100 volunteers will fill the bins with fresh potatoes, brown rice and stuffing, and of course a turkey. local food pantries will pick up the food, and give them out to 800
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still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four things you need to know before you start your day.including... blizzard warning! the area-- getting smacked with a huge winter storm-- and how that storm system is impacting our weekend weather. plus: season opener! the app-- helping hunters-- bag a buck easier
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis-- with a look at a new app that's making gun deer season a little easier for thousands of hunters! deer hunters this year can now buy a license ... and even select and print antlerless tags right at home... through the dnr's "go wild" bs that's gowild.wi.gov you can still go to a licensing agent although this year - because of the new site - you can't buy licenses over the phone. the d-n-r has also launched a new app: called "pocket ranger." hunters can use it to check on permit and license details... and read rules. last year... more than 205-thousand deer were harvested during the nine-day hunt. this year's hunt - which again begins tomorrow - runs through also new this year: hunters can now wear the pink - orange - for gear. at least half clothing gun wear above to be orange health officials want people to know, lead poisoning can be
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free blood testing for kids under the age of six today at the west allis health department.it's open to all residents of west allis and west milwaukee and remember: tickets go on sale today for the first two headliners announced for summerfest's 50th anniversary bash. pink tickets go on sale at 10am. she performs at the marcus amphitheater sunday, july 2nd. and red hot chili peppers tickets go on sale at noon today. the funky rockers perform wednesday june 28th bringing excitement to the city of red lodge. last year snow totals there fell short of expectations. that meant a loss in revenue for many local businesses. that snow sysem is heading east, towards
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drive times are on time traffic is steady no incidents on the roads speed are at/above posted see you in 25
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good morning. breaking overnight. donald trump asked retired army lieutenant general michael flynn to be his national security advisor. as the trump campaign may be prepared to bury a major >> donald trump is a phony. >> is former massachusetts governor mitt romney, one of trump's harshest critics during the campaign, on a short list for secretary of state? the two are set to meet this weekend. clobbered. the season's first heavy round of snow blanketing the midwest. accidents piling up. another foot expected. that storm on the move with parts of the northeast bracing for more than 15 inches.

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