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next at 5-30: plus...lives changed forever by one bad decision. the mother of the teenage girl charged in a deadly crash... has a message for others. plus: the pack is back! the packers snaps a 4 game losing streak in primetime! what you missed if you went to bed early... and why coach mike mccarthy-- says ?it's go time. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim. and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that
here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. incident freedamptraffic building on the roads above posteddrive times protests are scheduled in milwaukee today as part of the "fight for fifteen" effort. fast food workers say they want wages of $15 an hour. pete zervakis is live with how they're getting that message out today. in about half an hour fast food workers and retail
an hour say they're going to protest outside of this mcdonald's at 9th and north. this is supposed to be part of a national day of protests. according to organizers... the first demonstrations for $15 an hour wages began on this day four years ago in new york city. they point to 15 dollar an hour minimum wages now in effect in new york... california... and the cities of seattle and washington d- c... saying their protests have worked. in a news release about ?today's protests... or "mass, civil disobedience" by working americans who want higher wages and the right to unionize. there's also a protest planned for 1:00 pm at city hall. happening right now:hundreds of workers at chicago o hare are preparing to walk off the job today. we told you about this last week: workers voted-- to hold
peak travel times during the thanksgiving holiday ---- but now today's the day-- they'll walk the picket line. these are mainly contract workers and they are demanding higher pay and union rights. about 500 workers committed to a strike. they include baggage ndlers --- cabin cleaners, janitors and wheelchair attendants. since many of these jobs are ?contract positons -- the chicago department of aviation says... it doesn't expect service to be disrupted during the strike. fast food workers in chicago-- will also join the picketers at mark the 4th anniversary of the "fight for $15" protests. uber drivers are protesting today as well.. calling for a 15 dollar -- an hour -- minimum wage. uber has said drivers in its top 20 u-s markets... make an average of 19 dollars an hour... or more. but that doesn't include expenses such as gas --- car repairs and insurance. uber drivers are considered contractors rather than employees... so they don't get overtime pay or sick leave
deadly crash at 27th and capitol, has a message for others.the criminal complaint says samiracoleman-wilks was going more than 80 miles an hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. the complaint also reveals that the 18-year-old has never had a valid driver's license, and was fleeing from officers who pulled her over, when the crash happened. 19- year-old shawn oliver died... his best friend, mario harrell, is in a coma. 16:43:25-31 these kids need to understand there are choices that are made out here that sometimes you can't come back from. infirmary at the milwaukee county jail. she was seriously hurt in the crash. cyber monday is on its way to break spending records. yesterday alone consumers were expected to dish out nearly 3 and a half billion dollars online. and as millions of packages get delivered in the coming days, porch pirates are on the prowl. 23 million people have had packages stolen.... seems like we've got new surveilance video of one of these every day. amazon lockers offer customers a different option than doorstep
the garage door... for example... can allow customers to open up for a delivery... even when not at home. we're learning more today-- about wisconsin's need to rehab aging roads across the state. wisconsin assembly speaker ''robin vos'' -- sent his colleagues a 27-page document called "no easy answers" to make it clear solving a 1 billion dollar budget hole-- is going to be tough. governor scott walker says... he doesn't want to increase fees to pay for the work --- but many republican lawmakers say.... it's irresponsible projects-- or borrow money to pay for work. governor walker-- wants to help some farmers who lost crops because of a deep freeze in may. he's asking.. the department of agriculture for a "disaster designation". it will allow producers to take out low-interest loans to make up for losses. the counties involved are mainly up north --- including eau claire and columbia . packers extra:the pack-- is back! we're not sure where this team went the last 4
up -- against the philadelphia eagles. aaron rodgers with perhaps his best game of the season. the offense was clicking right out of the gate. rodgers commanded two consecutive touchdown drives to start the game. and the defense-- showed up eventually. coach mike mccarthy liked it. good quality football win for us. we needed it at 5 and 6 i think like everybody that wins on monday night you're on the road and you've already flipped the page we're on a short week and we're getting ready for the texans. heard coach say who the packers face next-- kick off is sunday at noon-- at lambeau field. for the first time-- in more than a month, wayne larrivee and i have something ?good to talk about! he'll be live with us in studio-- at 6-50 today to break down last night's huge win... and look ahead to sunday's game. and wayne will be answering ?your quesons-- after live at daybreak on "green and gold" live-- at 7-30. just submit your questions-- on the today's tmj4 facebook-- and
yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is and mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly
beyond wisconsin -a lot of action at trump tower today. mitt romney is set to visit new york for more talks with donald trump along with tennessee senator bob corker.. who some consider kind of a sleeper pick... possibly to head the state department. new divisions continue to unfold between thosewho'd like to see romney selected for that cabinet position and others preferring rudy giuliani as secretary of state, a longtime loyalist who has backed trump from nearly the listen to this - a man in a "free hugs" t-shirt was handed a 101 dollar was stopped for offering the friendly gesture to people at a montreal subway station.last week, he said a transit officer asked him to show a permit for his activity. he didn't have a permit, so tommy boucher says the officer flipped through his bylaw booklet until he figured out delta airlines banned a donald trump supporter for life... after a video was posted online showing him yelling at other passengers.the video was watched ?millions of times.
airline made a mistake by allowing him to remain on the flight. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:fake review crackdown: the online retail giant-- making sure the information you get is legit-- before you make a big purchase on the internet.then -- breaking right now: overnight evacuations-- where fierce flames have thousands-- leaving their homes and their
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breaking overnight: the tennessee mountain resort towns of gatlinburg and pigeon forge are under mandatory evacuation as wildfires raging through there. wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour frustrated fire crews battling at least 14 burning close to the resort towns' hotels and popular tourist attractions.roads out of the towns were packed, and residents were urged to use mobile phones only for emergencies to prevent taxing emergency communications. many who have evacuated are left wondering what will remain when they return to their homes. the milwaukee rep's annual holiday favorite, 'a christmas carol' kicks off today... and this year, the audience will notice an all new production. the costumes have been
special lighting features. and we hear - it's even forecasted to snow ... indoors.a christmas carol runs at the pabst theater through christmas eve. our susan kim has a v-i-p walk on role on december 9th. now that black friday and cyber monday are over, today is giving tuesday... a day americans are urged to volunteer or make donations to local, national and international charities.the one-day charitable giving promotion launched in 2012.and since most charities gene contributions at the end of the year, giving tuesday has opened the door to a more organized effort on a specific day. bud light is offering one lucky fan, super bowl tickets for life! it's like willy wonka, except with football and beer.the company distributed 37-thousand golden "bud light" cans across the country. if you find one... take a picture with the can and post it online with the hashtag... s-b-tix-4-life and hashtag-sweeps.six winners
season tickets to the their favorite team.then from that group, the big winner will be picked to win the grand prize in january. brian have another look at your weather and traffic together... yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1"
hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s.the first of 2 cold fronts arrives tuesday night, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for wednesday, thursday is mostly cloudy with a few morning sprinkles and
today's money now - if you read the reviews before hitting the buy button, you may be reading a lot of lies. amazon is cracking down on fake reviews by capping activity. under new rules, people can only write five reviews a week on amazon for things they didn't buy. amazon is reviews. a website called fakespot has analyzed more than one million reviews on amazon and says 40-percent of the reviews on the site are fake. uber is giving you an easy way to compliment your driver -- other than a five-star rating or cash.it's introducing a system that lets you supplement the star rating -- with a badge, reflecting what you liked most.so, if drivers are great talkers or go out of their way to help you unload your bags -- you can let them know.they'll receive an alert
here's a billion dollar question.....h ow much is time inc. worth?the new york post reports time officials turned down an offer of one-point-eight billion dollars on sunday.time inc. was one-point-five billion dollars in debt when it was spun off from time warner less than three years ago.despite the announcement of the bid rejection, time inc. shares rose by more than 20-percent. il daybreak on today's tmj4:back ge the big screen! how a new ration-- is getting introduced to a cinematic classic. when ?breakfast at tiffany's is ?back in your
the big screen just in time for the holidays. check this out: breakfast at tiffany's-- will be ?re-released in theaters ?tomorrow! it's a special event . the oscar winning film will screen in selected theaters. we looked at "fathom events" dot com to see what theaters will be showing it in southeast wisconsin..., and we found it's playing in a few spots including ---- ridge cinemas in new berlin --- south shore cinema in oak creek -- and majestic-brookfield... in waukesha. much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. booze ban! city-- that could outlaw selling the hard stuff in convenience stores-- and why ?some say the change ?could improve life-- for people living there. also...shoppers regret: ever had it? the scientific reason ?you might have thrown some extra candles, games or clothes in your cart on black friday. i'm tatiana cash.incident free dampbuilding on the roads speeds at or drive times on
kisses deluxe chocolates. with a whole roasted hazelnut, delicate crisps and layers of rich, creamy chocolate, they're twice the size of the kisses chocolates you love. say more with kisses deluxe. now at six.. -- new details about a terrifying ohio state's campus. what we know about the investigation so far...and the lead police are now following this morning. . happening now-- then... a sigh of relief for packer fans this morning. we look at last night's win.. and what the packers have to do to turn their season around. welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm ann sterling.we want to
weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident freedamptraffic building on the roads speeds at or above posteddrive times on time day time closure at 9 till 12 on bypass 894 east at 76th st on rampovernight 4:30 closure on 41 south road shut