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and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak.it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm ann sterling.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete opposite with a clear sky and highs in the mid 50s. the only issue was a gusty sw wind to 30 mph. clouds are starting to move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isolated
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overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low to mid 30s. now-- let's get to for a look at the roads north at holt ave roll over dot says it could take at least 40 min to clear dry roads traffic building speeds at or above posteddrive times are on time looking around milwaukee county on 894 from zoo to the mitchelle drive times are on
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wisconsin's recount of the presidential vote will go forward this week. but county clerks will not be required to recount the ballots by hand. that after a circuit court judge denied the request for a hand recount. pete zervakis is live to explain what's next. wisconsin elections commission will hold a teleconference for all county clerks and canvass members... to go over recount rules and procedures ahead of the recount. green party candidate jill stein - who asked for the recount - has already put 3.5- million dollars forward to pay for it. the elections
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to pay more if the cost exceeds 3.5-million. the newest estimate yesterday put it at 3.9. stein had asked for all 72 wisconsin counties to recount their ballots by hand. after the comission said no... green party attorneys took their argument to dane county circuit court. several academics testified about how voting machines could be tampered with... and re-counting by hand was the best option. the state countered by saying there's no evidence of any errors or tampering. eventually... the judge shot down the request... saying stein's team didn't show any mistakes - or irregulaties - to bring the recount into question. counties will begin re- counting ballots tomorrow. federal law requires it be wrapped up by december 13. nbc news has confirmed president-elect trump is offering the treasury secretary position to former goldman sachs banker steve mnuchin for commerce secretary... billionaire investor, wilbur ross, the
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women in los angeles. in total --- sharper has now been convicted of raping nine women in l-a....nevada..... arizona and louisiana.but a federal judge said there are at least 16 other victims.sharper will serve time for the l-a cases-- at the same time as his other sentences around the country. more trouble for the tomah v-a this morning after putting hundreds of veterans at risk of hepatitis b... c... and h-i-v. e their dentist was using his own equipment, then cleaning it and reusing it, which violates the v-a's regulations. this went on for almost a year.... while he cared for nearly 600 veterans during that time. the pateints will recive health free screenings for thos viruses.. a warning this morning to those working on dairy farms. a strain of salmonella bacteria resistant to several drugs is linked to infected dairy bull calves purchased in wisconsin. right now state and
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investigating 12 human cases in 8 counties. state veterinarian paul mcgraw is urging dairy farmers to take precautions to protect people who work closely with animals. free water filters are now available for homes at risk for lead. they will be distributed tonight.... from 5-7 for for free on the city's south side...at the ((ka-shoe- skoe)) community center if you live on the northside, you can get a free water filter at 'the social development commission' during normal business hours.to see if filters... head to tmj-4- dot-com. . up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--new information about an attack on ohio state campus. who police is say is behind the unthinkable. then -- no end in sight for a deadly wildfire in tennesse. a look at the destruction... and what investigators are saying caused the devastation.
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today - one family's amazing story after their 8 year old son collapsed on the playground at school.plus help before medicare enrollment
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after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete opposite with a clear sky and highs in the mid 50s. the only issue 30 mph. clouds are starting to move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isolated sprinkle possible. flurries and sprinkles are possible overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low
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right now... embers are still burning --- as the a firestorm sweeps through tennessee. investigators say .... the fire was caused by someone. right now.... the flames are inching closer to the tourist city... gat-linburg.so far three people have died --- but that number is expected to rise.about 14-thousand residents have been forced out of their homes. the fires have already destroyed neighborhoods. rain is hopefully help slow down some of the fires. isis is claiming responsibility for the the attack at ohio state's campus monday... calling the student who carried it out a "soldier" abdul artan used his car to drive into pedestrians then attacked with a knife before he was shot and killed.11 people were injured all are expected to survive. an oklahoma police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in september will
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the shooting was caught on camera.officer betty shelby shot terence crutcher after finding him in his car... which was stopped in the middle of the road.she said he disobeyed her commands and she thought he was trying to get a weapon from his car. police videos showed crutcher at one point with his arms in the air before the shooting. investigators never found any weapons in his car, but they said crutcher was high on the drug p-c-p. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--it's that ti to be extra careful where you park. the seasonal rules that you need to know about before tomorrow.also-- a recall alert for a home appliance. the new
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we're rapidly losing credibility as handymen. mom washed our clothes. one wash with tide pods and we're right back where we started. we look like catalogue models! who trusts a clean handyman anyway? we can't look this good! dinge is the dirt the bargain detergent can't get to.
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it may not seem like it but winter is coming... that means there will be changes to parking around the city. starting tomorrow... winter parking rules will go into effect. this means alternate side night parking on most residential streets .and remember overnight parking is prohibited on major streets and bus routes, even though there are no signs that say you cannot park there.if you don't follow the rules... expect a ticket around 20 dollars. the cold- season is here... and it's important to keep you
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remember to always wash your hands... eat lots of dark leafy greens... like kale... and spinach.. and fruit like blueberries... and drink lots of green tea.and if you're feeling under the weather just stay home... and get rest to keep others from getting sick. snow and ice are making for dangerous driving conditions through north dakota. conditions got so bad... the state's d-o-t closed a long stretch of interstate i-94.... stranding drivers and truckers look at some he conditions.... wet...icy roads... and zero visibilty... making it impossible for drivers. around 60 truckers had to stop at travel centers off of 94 because the conditions were too bad to continue on.some places around the northern planes saw more than 20 inches of snow. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete
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highs in the mid 50s. the only issue was a gusty sw wind to 30 mph. clouds are starting to move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isol sprinkle possible. flurries and sprinkles are possible overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low to mid 30s.after a few morning sprinkles and flurries, thursday remains mostly cloudy with highs near 40. the second cold front will be here thursday night, an friday will
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chilly with highs in the upper 30s. saturday has a little more sun with highs in the 30s, and sunday is in the 30s
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now let's get a look at the roads... incident 43 north at holt ave, causing big delays from the plainfield curve to the mitchelldry roadstraffic building speeds at or above
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a recall of about two-and- a-half million dehumidifiers has been ??re-announced... following 450 fires and 19 million dollars in property damage.the recall by manufacturer "gree" involves dehumidifiers sold in varying shapes, sizes, and colors... under 13 different brands... including "frigidaire," "g-e," and "kenmore."the company first announced the recall in
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even re-announced in 2014.but people are still using the units, so the company is "re- announcing" the recall.you can log on to "gree dehumidifier recall dot com" to see if your dehumidifier is covered in the recall and to get a refund. patagonia giving ways is paying off after promising to give away sales made on black friday. the outdoor company earned 10 million dollars last friday... and will give it all away to nearly 8-hundred environmental groups around for the company... and is five times more than what the company executives expected to earn. the upcoming "star wars" film "rogue one" has broken a box office record... and it isn't even in theaters yetit's also capable of breaking ticket sales records. the hollywood reporter says... "rogue one: a star wars story" boasts the biggest number of ticket presales for 20-16 for both fan-dango "and" movie-tickets dot com. variety adds the
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adventure is tracking to open above the 130-million dollar mark when it hits theaters december 16th. breakfast at tiffany's is back on the big screen today. the oscar winning film will screen in selected theaters just for th holiday.s . it's playing in a few spots around the area including ---- ridge cinemas in new berlin --- south shore cinema in oak creek -- and majestic-brookfield... in waukesha. up next on live at daybreak on go this weekend to get taste of the holiday spirit. also-- even the president of the unitied states has time to spread some holiday cheer. how the obama's are celebrating their last christmas in the
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it's starting to look a lot like christmas...the first family is getting into the holiday spirit. take a look at the holiday decorations inside the white house. many of the decorations feature some of the military families the obamas have met over the years and also honors soldiers who lost their lives serving the country.this is final holiday season at the white house for
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this year's 'miller valley lights.'' the display is filled with thousands of l-e-d lights... and this weeked those lights will be synced with holiday music. the light show happens every friday and saturday through decemeber 17th. tours run every 20 minutes. there's still time to buy a macc star. the money helps kids this christmas who are living with cancer. the 2016 today's tmj4 macc star was designed by bailey dove. she was diagnosed with leukemia in 2015. dollars and is available at balistreri sendik's food markets and buddy squirrel stores. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --a local family pleading for a hit and run suspect to come forward. the final goodbye they're making... and how they will honoring their lost loved one. also-- preparing for a recount. a judge agreed with the jill stein campaign that the ballots should be recounted by hand. coming up... the reason she ruled
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means for county clerks moving
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breaking overnight tornado outbreak!where deadly twisters ripped through citys and towns overnight and a look at the devastation left behind. and... an area family says goodbye to a mother of three. the desperate plea their making this morning... and what how their planning to honor her and taking a live look outside-- welc live at daybreak.it's i'm ann sterling.and - i'm vince vitrano. let's get a look at your weather and traffic together-- with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete opposite with a clear sky and highs in the mid 50s. the only
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move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isolated sprinkle possible. flurries and sprinkles are possible overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low to mid 30s. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident 43 north-holt ave dry roadstraffic building speeds at or above posteddrive times
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a re-count of the november 8th election votes here in wisconsin will move forward. green party candidate jill stein - who asked for the recount - has raised 3.5-million dollars to pay for it.but the recount wobe attorneys requested. pete zervakis is live with what happens now. green party attorneys wanted all 72 wisconsin counties to re-count their ballots by hand. yesterday in dane county circuit court they brought forward three academics who testified about the vulnerabilities of voting
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the state argued there is no evidence of such tampering. and eventually... the judge denied the request... saying the green party attorneys did not show any mistakes or irregularities that would put a machine recount into question. that means each county will decide - on its own - how to re-count the votes. here in milwaukee - machines called scanning machines" will be used. wisconsin's elections will now hold a teleconference for all county clerks and canvass members this morning... to go over recount rules and procedures. the recount will start tomorrow. federal law requires it be finished by december 13. if the cost exceeds the 3.5-million that stein has already paid... to come up with the difference. live...pz... just into our newsroom: president-elect donald trump says he's handing over control of his business-- to his kids. in a series of early morning tweets, trump says he'll hold a news conference on december 15th explaining the transition. he says he wants to focus on running the country and making america great again.
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residents in winston county alabama are waking up to serious damage - after a deadly storm hits the area. three people are dead after the tornado ripped through a mobile home in alabama. two others died because of storms in tennessee. there are other injuries reported as well. about 20 structures in the county were destroyed in the storm... but officials are still trying to figure out the extent of the damage. in mississippi, weather officials confirmed six tornadoes touched down. south today. has to know something it's frustrating, it's baffling, it seems impossible. how can there just be nothing? somebody has to know something. a desperate plea from the family of a mother of three who was struck by a car --- while walking in a crosswalk the night before thanksgiving. we're learning she is now being taken off of life support.police say it happened at mitchell street and beloit roadthey're still looking for the driver --- who took off
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ones say a final goodbye --- they're hoping her memory lives on --- as an organ donor. to someone elsedespite the fact that this is a huge tragedy for her kids and us as a familiy, we're hoping that through the organ donation program, that we can find some comfort knowing that we helped peggy give the gift of life to someone else. if you know if you know or saw anything you are urged to call west milwaukee police. peggy's fami h dollars as a reward for anyone who can help get an arrest and conviction in this case. west allis police calling on the public for help this morning in identifying a suspect in a fraud case take a close look at this picture. police say the crime took place at a business near 108th and becher.if you know anything at all about the what happened... call west allis police or you can make an anonymous call to crime stoppers. milwaukee cemetery is adding
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their cars stolen while paying their respects. police say two suspects with a stun gun stole a victims car this week at valhalla near 91st and silver spring . earlier this month at the cemetery, a suspect acted like they had a weapon and took off with another victims car. both armed robberies happened in broad daylight. police are trying to determine if they're related. right now there isn't security at the cemetery. an office worker says they have a plan in place that includes security cameras. take a look at this video... for this man suspected in a series of burglaries around the downtown area .police say he's wanted for burglaries on east pittsburgh... broadway, vliet, michigan and water street.anyone with information is asked to call milwaukee police. the mitchell park "domes task force" will meet tonight for the second time ---- to discuss a long term plan to repair the aging landmarks. earlier this year the domes were closed because of safety
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create the domes task force... and to allocate 500 thousand dollars to install protective netting inside the domes. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--costly construction: what one school district is doing ?right now? to figure out how to fix aging buildings-- under budget.then -- plane crash mystery--the piece of evidence just found that could explain what happened before a plane carrying a brazilian soccer
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after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete opposite with a clear sky and highs in the mid 50s. the only issue was a gusty sw wind 30 mph. clouds are starting to move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isolated sprinkle possible. flurries and sprinkles are possible overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low to mid 30s.
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the clock is ticking for protesters fighting against the dakota access pipeline.the u-s army corps of engineers has issued a december fifth deadline -- for them to leave several recent calls from officials... but protesters are remaining de-fiant.they say the pipeline will destroy sacred cultural sites .... and contaminate water.17 native americans--- who've served under the obama administration , signed a letter asking the president to step in - and allow protesters to stay. investigators hope the black boxes recovered from a deadly plane crash in colombia will lead to clues about what exactly happened leading up to the crash. the plane was
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team.in total 71 people died.... six people did survive. it is not yet clear what went wrong with the aircraft, but the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder are said to be in perfect condition. the soccer team was headed to play in the finals of a tournament--- before their plane crashed. this is the first time in years this team had reached the finals.we're now learning that the team brazil....colombia's at?tico national... is offering brazil the title. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 break up with cable? one company's new service-- that'll make cutting that cord-- easier-- and ?cheaper for you, too.then -- why a huge monday night win over the eagles-- came just in time for one pantsless packer fan. more
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at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've always believed the holidays should be about joy. where days are filled with magic, not madness. it's why we have amazing prices on thoughtful gifts, everyday. let's bring back the holidays. the bucks riding high this morning after putting the fear of the deer into the cavs last night. at one point the game was tied in the second half at 66 points... but the bucks went on a huge run against the defending champs.a big part of that was holding lebron james to ?just? 22 points. final score in this one 118-101.
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playoff rankings'' this morning. despite heading to the big ten title game against penn state... ohio state... and michigan are ahead of them in the playoff rankings.but... this weekend could be the deciding factor-- on where their final landing spot will be. with the packers finally grabbing a win -- a merrill man can finally wear pants again. glenn seefeldt (see- felt) -- said he would only wear shorts until the green and gold came out on top -- no matter what the thermostat says and with eagles on monday -- he's finally in the clear.but -- he says he's going to keep the act going... saying he's shorts are good luck now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a miserable monday, yesterday was the complete opposite with a clear sky and highs in the mid 50s. the only issue was a gusty sw wind to
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move into the area this morning with temps in the 30s, and a light breeze. the first of 2 cold fronts has arrived, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for today. we will become mostly cloudy by this afternoon with an isolated sprinkle possible. flurries and sprinkles are possible overnight and into thursday morning with lows in the low to mid 30s.after a few sprinkles and flurries, thursday remains mostly cloudy with highs near 40. the second cold front will be here thursday night, an friday will be mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the upper 30s. saturday has a little more sun with highs in the 30s, and sunday is in the 30s with a rain/snow mix.
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now-- let's take a look roads.. incident freedry roadstraffic building speeds at or above
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3 point 4 billion dollars.... that's how much consumers spent while online shopping -- for cyber monday.it's actually a record for what's considered the biggest shopping day of the year... and about 12 percent more than 2015. and black friday wasn't too far behind... it generated just 110 million less in online sales. a new opti those who are looking for a cheaper alternative to cable. today a-t-and-t is launching three new streaming services... directv now, freeview and fullscreen.with direc-tv... now customers will be able to get more than 60 channels for 35 dollars a month, and more than 120 channels for 70 dollars a month. the service is available on all internet- connected devices. the shorewood school district is staring down some costly decisions... its old schools are in need of updates, so the
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find out what taxpayers are willing to fund.an architectural firm says the schools need more handicap accessibility, building security and flexible classroom spaces.a "big ideas" planning phase will start in january and run through march...some upgrades could be part of the district's regular operating budget. bigger projects might require another referendum if you drive through waukesha you might have noticed some delays near road construction projects.... but there's light at the end of the tunnel... moreland bouelvard manhattan will open back up friday.the project was partly delayed because one driver drove through fresh concrete earlier this month. the driver was cited -- but caused about 100-thousand dollars in damage. it's not only starting to look a lot like christmas in downtown milwaukee... it's starting to sound like it too. tonight... milwaukee's festival city symphony will present a free "let it snow" -
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the bradley pavilion. it features traditional holiday tunes... as well as selections from disney's frozen. plus, attendees can bring a nonperishable food to be donated to the hunger task force. still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four things you need to know before you start your day.including... historic recount! when workers across the state will give wisconsin's presidential ballots another look-- and how
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with real strawberries. this. is. everything. now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.a presidential recount rule break-down will happen ?across the badger state this morning. pete zervakis is live at the milwaukee county courthouse to explain the historic process. wisconsin elections commission will hold a teleconference for all county clerks and canvass members... to go over recount rules and ahead of the recount. green party candidate jill stein - who asked for the recount - has already put 3.5- million dollars forward to pay for it. the elections commission says she will have to pay more if the cost exceeds 3.5-million. the newest estimate yesterday put it at 3.9. stein had asked for all 72 wisconsin counties to recount their ballots by hand. after the comission said no... green party attorneys took their argument to dane county circuit court. several academics testified about how voting machines could be
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countered by saying there's no evidence of any errors or tampering. eventually... the judge shot down the saying stein's team didn't show any mistakes - or irregulaties - to bring the recount into question. counties will begin re- counting ballots tomorrow. federal law requires it be wrapped up by december 13. we've just learned when a serial sexual assault suspect-- and ?f madison student heads to court... on more than a dozen felony charges. you may remember ''alec cook'' got picked up for strangling and holding his alleged victims captive. he says the sex-- was consensual.a judge set his next hearing for december 27th. at that time, a judge will rule if there's enough evidence to trial. incident freedry roadstraffic
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good morning. breaking overnight, powerful storms sweep across the south. a string of tornados touching down in four states. at least five people killed, dozens injured. a day care center destroyed. while in had tennessee, the fight against those raging wildfires enters a third day. >> it was apocalyptic almost. >> this morning, a firsthand look at the damage .devastation from the worst fires there in more than a century. steak dinner, despite their rocky past, mitt romney emerges from a late night meeting with donald trump and heaps praise on the president-elect. >> enlightening and interesting and engaging.

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