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access your personal devices. me protect you. -vastation nti in tennessee.... as residents begin to pick the pieces --- what is heing firefighters douse the fl . and taking a live look outside-- e aybreak.it'si'm e an with mrogist brian gott
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damp roads starting to build speeds at or above posted drive times are on time after a great sunrise, clouds quickly moved into the area with temps in the mid 40s, and sprinkles and isolated light rain by evening. patchy flurries and drizzle continue to fall in spots this morning th lows in the mid 30s with wind chills near 20. this afternoon remains cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, and a westerly wind to 20 mph. wind chills will be near 30 all day. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident freedamp roads traffic starting to build speeds at or above posted drive times are on time keeping an eye on the bypass 894 from zoo the hale and hale to the zoo drive times are on time and same from hale to the
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it's december 1st. that means winter parking restrictions across the city of milwaukee ---- are now in effect.pete zervakis is live with downtown to explain what you neo know so you don't get a ticket or towed! starting today and running all the way through march 1st... most residential stets will require ternate side, night parking. park on the odd side of the street for odd numbered days... and the opposite for even numbered days on the calendar. that's to help department of public works crews more efficiently - and saly - remove snow. there are some exceptns to e reguons: for exple
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s routand t ergh parkis allowed on both sides of someets... unless d unces snow plow - or other public works eration - ll happen overnight on that s treet. d-p-says always lk at post signs beforeyou park thossigntake precedence over non-po parking rules.? right now... big defeat for privacy advotes th into effect toda.. giving s federal agents t ability to hack mlions arican' compers.
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and will hopefully get one soon.filters are also available on weekdays at the social development commission on protecting our ?fresh water source. that's what a --- u-s agency says ?needs to happen in great lakes states. some "flame-retardant" chemicals have recently been found in the great lakes. that includes lake michigan. many of the chemicals found-- have been ?banned-- or are being phased out of appliances --- carpets and other products. the agency
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come up with a plan to clean up the water --- levels could become dangerous to humans and wildlife. 85 people will be out of a job right before the holidays in neenah. 'clearwater paper' announced it's shutting down two of its "tissue machines." the company still plans on operating 3 of the plant's tissue machines used at the plant.the neenah facility employs more than 400 people. a new community campaign is bringing together area police and the public. it's called "one commmunity" the goal is to break down barriers --- the communities they serve. a news confrence is set for 10-30 this morning to officially announce the campaign. calling all brewers fans! are you.... maybe your kids... the next brew crew models? the brewers are hosting a fan photo shoots today through saturday at miller park. just show up in your brewers gear and you might see your picture -- on ads for next season.it's part of a new marketing campiang the team is doing
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links. and if you're still looking for gifts for family members .... head to miller park this weekend. the brewers are hosting their annual clubhouse sale friday and saturday. fans will see savings up to 75 percent off clothing, hats and authentic game-used items. the sale will open at eight both days. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--no relief in sight. the terrifying scene out of tennesse this morning.... as wildfires today. then -- new details about a deadly plane crash in colombia --- that killed members of a brazilian soccer team. how members of the milwaukee wave are remembering
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america laura kaeeppeler fliess - and the unusual reason she's returning to kenosha.plus break the mold in gift giving - check out the 12
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the real inventor of the reuben sandwich may be debatable, but its great taste is not. at subway, this authentic classic is stacked with lean corned beef, bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread.
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quickly moved into the area with temps in the mid 40s, and sprinkles and isolated light rain by evening. patchy flurries and drizzle continue to fall in spots this morning with lows in the mid 30s with wind chills near 20. this afternoon remains cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, and a westerly wind to 20 mph. wind chills will be near 30 all day. the death toll continues to rise in tennessee --- where wildfires have ravaged two popular resort towns. officials say a total of seven people have died. early this week around 14-thousand
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evacuated from gatlinburg because how close the wildfires came to the tourist city. little rain and strong winds are providing no relief... the area is going through one of the worst droughts it has seen in the hits keep on coming for tennessee... where a tornado swept through part of the state... killing two people yesterdayit was one of several tornados to touchdown in the southeast.others hit in parts of alabama and georgia.a total of 5 people are dead. no word on the extent of the damage. we're getting a better idea of what ed crash that killed members of a brazilian soccer team in colombia. new reports indicate the plane may have ran out of gas ---- just minutes away from the airport. investigators say.... audio recovered from wreckage reveals the pilot told air traffic control he was running out of fuel... and asked to make an emergency landing... but was told there was an aircraft already landing at the time. a short time later the plane crashed... killing 71 people. somehow... six passsangers survived.
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are remembering those brazilian players, some of whom they knew personally. daniel maos... the wave's forward is from rio... and lived with one of the players. he says the tradegy is unexplainable, but plans to band together with his soccer brothers in solidarity as his home country continues to mourn. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the ceremony happening today to celebrate the re-opening of a milwaukee landmark. also-- sobering numbers this morning show just how dangerous on wisconsin roadways. who's some of the state's worst
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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.
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if you're riding the bus today... you might notice an empy seat at the front of the bus. it's the county's way to pay tribute to rosa parks... who on this da y give up her seat to a white ... parks was arrested... and the case led to a landmark supreme court ruling outlawing segregation on public transportation.on the empty seat today... there will be a sign with her picture and one of her famous quotes. a time to celebrate today at the the mitchell park domes. there will be a grand opening cemermony in just a couple of hours. it's a way to celebrate all three domes now being open...after closing earlier this year becuase of safety
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cutting cermony starting 10 a- m... and live music right after. santa came early this morning to bayshore town center... for some lucky children in the milwaukee area.right now organizers from the boys and girls clubs of greater miwaukee are working to organize thousands of toys which were donated by meijer. each year the club serves more than 43 thousand kids. still time to buy a macc star and help cure childhood cancer. the 2016 today's tmj4 macc star was designed by bailey dove. leukemia in 2015. the star costs 10 dollars and is available at balistreri sendik's food markets and buddy stores. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a great sunrise, clouds quickly moved into the area with temps in the mid 40s, and sprinkles and isolated light rain by evening. patchy flurries and drizzle continue to fall in spots this morning with lows in the mid 30s with
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afternoon remains cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, and a westerly wind to 20 mph. wind chills will be near 30 all day.another cold front arrives tonight, and friday morning will be in the upper 20s to lower 30s under a cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as friday afternoon is cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper 30s. saturday has a little more sun with highs in the 30s, and 30s with light snow before noon, and rain in the
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now let's get a look at the roads... incident freedamp roads traffic starting to build speeds at or above posted drive times are on time coming from traffic is building but not causing issues a new survey from triple a is providing fresh insight into
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their data shows young adults and bar patrons armost likely to drink and drive here in sconsin. one in five drivers ages 21 to 35 admited that they drive after drinking at least once a month.this is especially troubling because young drivers are also the most likely to have five or more drinks in a single day. in today's healthcases of mumps are spreading through several states this morning.so far -- the outbreak has hit texas and shington. e cases. health officials are trying to track where the outbreak started. more cases could be coming because people who contract the illness typically get sick more than two weeks after being in contact with a person already infected. today is world aids day. people across the world will unite in the battle against h-i-v. in wisconsin --- there are estimated to be more than 8 thousand people living with the virus. here in milwaukee ---- there will be a special
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rosary church '' on oakland avenue... starting at 6 tonight. a new report shows needle exchange programs like the one here in milwaukee... has contributed to significant drops in the rates of h-i-v. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --christmas is going digital this morning. how your kids can get a phone call from santa before the he
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getting a call from d cool right? well there'sa new app that allows you to tell santa a few details about your child and the big man calls back with a personalized messageit's called "a call from santa."it can also be children, helpg with y behavior issues. there's also a way for childreno call and leave a voicemail with santa containing their wish lists a message easily accessed by parents for use in the store. . there's also an app that allows kids to video chat with
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allows children to interact with santa... simply by using video messages ... that you can control by tapping onscreen when certain questions are asked. and you kn me ristma time... santa is a hard one to track down. ll... app "santa call and tracker" app call and ac keu he app "sta it also n give out abouts your kids fo the chrismr -- thelarsylah hoot nttoy. w yes he ipe resus of oy.
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait is that a basketball player?
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heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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happening now-- and later -- the shooter in the laylah petersen muer faces his fate this morning. we take a look ajust how many years behind bars he could serve. and a stand off is underway this morning in washington. the shooting that left one police officer dead... and morning. welcome to livet daybre. it's i'm susan kim.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 great nrise, ouds quickly moved inhe area with temps in the mid 40s, and sprinkles anolated light rain by eveng. patc flurries andizzle coue
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sterlyd to 20 mph. all day.lls ll be near 30 traffic startingbuild speeds at above posted
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starting this morning... counes across wisconsin will begin re-counting the votes from november 8th's election. pete zervakis is live with when it begins... and when the recount needs to be finished. republican donald trump beat democrat hillary clinton by about 22 thousand votes here in wisconsin. the recount of those votes begins this morning. milwaukee county will start recounting ballots at 9 am. about 30 of wisconsin's counties plan to re-count their ballots exclusively by hand. in milwaukee.... machines will be used. attorneys for green party candate jill stein - who asked for the recount - wanted all counties do it by hand. a dane county circuit judge nied theest.requsaying stein didn show any evidence of mhines not working - or being tampered th. the recount is scheduled to be finished at 8 pm december
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be done de cember13th. also yesterday... the wisconsin g-o-p filed a complaint with the federal elections comission... alleging steiand clinton illegally coordinated on the recount effortere in wisconsin. stein's campaign also filed for a recount in ?michigan? and in ?pennsylvania.?along with wisconsin... the three states enduring challenges have a combined 46 electoral votes. to go to clinton, it would be enough for her to win the presidency. though even the stein campaign says it does not expect that result. today president-elect donald trump will make his first public appearance since the election.he travels to indianapolis ... where united technologies, the manufacturer of carrier air systems, announced it struck a deal with president-elect trump and vice president-elect pence to keep more than one thousand jobs in the state and not outsource those jobs to mexico as they had originally planned.
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will decide the fate of a man convicted of murdering a 5 year old girl from milwaukee. ''carl barrett'' who was und guilty of first degree intentional homicide is looking at decades in prison for the death of "laylah petersen." prosecutors say.. laylah was shot on milwaukee's northwest side --- almost two years ago while sitting on her grandfather's lap after barrett and two others targeted the wrong house. in september --- the get-a-way driver.. paul farr was sentected to five months behind bars and 5 years probabtion. . the other gordon is set to be sentenced next week. we're waiting on autopsy results this morning for a 7 year old milwaukee boy who was from his injuries. police arrested two women in their 40's in coection to the death and twmen for failing to act to prevent it from happening. one of the women had previously been convicted in connection with the death of a 1-year-old is once again a target of is crime... but this time he is
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suspects. take a look at this.... new surveillance video shows two young men ransacking pettis' replacement cars. pettis says he's offering a reward to anyone who knows who the men are in the video.just a few weeks ago several of his cars were set on fire in his milwaukee driveway. a new plan to re-organize the state's d-n-r.... would allow large livestock operations to draw up their own permit applications. the proposal allows large farms to hire qualified consultants.... to help write construction permits and manure management permits.the agency has been working on reorganizing .....since last year to deal with a growing workload and the state's tight budget constraints santa claus is riding into town this saturday for the santa cycle rampage. the wisconsin bike federation started the ride 16 years ago as a way to get people riding their bikes through the winter. last year two thousand people wore red and white suits for the five and a half
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35 dollars. the countdown to christmas is underway. we are just 23 days away now.still no snow... but plenty of holiday spirit to go around. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--phone hack! how clever hackers-- may have tapped week-- and the ?one thing you can start doing ?now-- to protect yourself! then -- snapping your acceptance letter? the ?wiscoin university-- sending out ?important information to potential students through social media. and taking a live look
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?? life can be messy... it doesn't have to be. don't you wish life could be this mess-free? color wonder. find it in the crayola aisle.
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after a great sunrise, clouds quickly moved into the area
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sprinkles and isolated light rain by evening. patchy flurries and drizzle continue to fall in spots this morning with lows in the mid 30s with wind chills near 20. this afternoon remains cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, and a westerly wind to 20 mph. wind chills will be near 30 all day. a police standoff continues this morning in washington with a suspect who shot and killed a police officer. it happened last night in tacoma. lines of police and civilians saluted the body of the officer as it was transported from the hospital to the medical examiners office. the officer died after being shot several times... by the
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barricaded inside his a strange case out of california gets even stranger: investigators say the abductors of sherri papini branded her and cut off her hair... possibly to send a message and humiliate her. her husband says the bridge of her nose was broken and she weighed just 87 pounds. . papini was found on the side of a road beaten, chained, with a bag over her thanksgiving morning. her abductors are still at-large could be the lastest victim of hackers.... google says.... hackers infected more than one- point-three million android phones through fake apps.the malware installs malicious advertising software .....that tracks users.if you do have an andriod... google says to stay away from any apps ????not found in the google app store. . kanye west is now back home with his family after a stint in the hospital.he had been under observation since november 22-nd.police and
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home of his personal trainer the day before --- after a report of a physical altercation. sources say he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration. before being admitted... west canceled the remainder of his ''saint pablo concert tour.'' up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4pushing for punishment: the the buck one wisconsin hunter bagged this gun deer season... -- and why it could cost him ?some serious cash. then -- winter parking rules: the information ?you need to know this
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outrage this morning as some wisconsites call for tougher pentalies for hunters... after a rare deer was shot. happened in sauk county... now this wasn't just any deer... it was an albino deer... that residents nicknamed "whitey" . the hunter was fined... but locals say more needs to be done. the d-n-r says... its completed its investigation on the case and has turned it court system. one wisconsin school has a snappy new way to let students know they've been accepted. uw-green bay's admissions team has begun sending the news through snap chat.the university can see when a student has readts message. most of the students senback
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excitement. a beautiful annual sight along the mississippi river in minnesota,s happening . '' tundra swans '' are making their journey -- from up near canada to the midwest. the swans move when temperatures drop ... and when a cold front comes in, they can travel in groups of over one thousand. two to three thousand feet high in the air at 80 miles an hour. now to your weather and trafto after a great sunrise, clouds quickly moved into the area with temps in the mid 40s, and sprinkles and isolated light rain by evening. patchy flurries and drizzle continue to fall in spots this morning with lows in the mid 30s with wind chills near 20. this afternoon remains cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, and a westerly wind to 20 mph. wind chills will be near 30 all day.another cold front
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morning will be in the upper 20s to lower 30s under a cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as friday afternoon is cloudy, breezy andchilly with highs in the d to upper 30s. saturday has a little more sun with highs in the 30s, and sunday is in the mid to upper 30s noon, and rain in the
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now-- let's ta your roads.. incident freedamp roads traffic starting to build speeds at or above posted drive times are on time
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system ramp shuts down drive times still on time don't forget winter parking regulations go into effect today. most residential streets require alternate side night parking.there's ?no overnight parking allowed on major reets and bus routes. find a link to the rules for your road at tmj-4-dot-com back slash links. the government wants more
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safety problems. regulators are proposing a rule that would require all automakers to put labels on sun visors. those labels would have instructions-- on how to file safety complaints. the goal is to make it easier to spot trends ... and pressure automakers into issuing recalls. the frigid north dakota cold.. has not stopped thousands of protesters from camping outside --- to stop construction of the dakota access pipeline.earlier this week, the state's ordered an evacuation of the protest camp.the governor thinks the camps are unsafe, and he wants protesters to leave... but will not order police to remove them from the area. law enforcement think that some people have left the camp, but don't have an estimate on how many people remain. the standing rock protests could impact your drive home tonight. a group is planning a rally in front of the wells fargo building downtown at 4- 30.supporters are critical of the bank's investment in the pipeline. at five the group will march to the federal
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president obama and army corps of engineers withdraw their eviction order for the camp. check this out. a reminder of home.... is heading overseas to u-s troops just in time for the holidays. a group of cub scouts from --hales corners elementary -- are sending boxes of candy and letters to the troops... thanking them for their service. most of the candy was collected during halloween. still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four things you need to know before you start your day. to work! when ?thousands of volunteers across the state of wisconsin-- start ?recounting your votes for president. before we head to break... this will for sure make you laugh. police in kansas got a surprise --- when they checked cameras placed along a park trail to check for dangerous animals in the area... this is what they saw instead.... people dressing up ??in animal costumes and prancing infront of the cameras. police thanked citizens for noticing the cameras... and for their sense
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with pete zervakis-- live at the milwaukee county courthouse-- where in just a
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republican donald trump beat democrat hillary clinton by about 22 thousand votes here in wisconsin. the recount of those votes begins this morning. milwaukee county will start recounting ballots at 9 am. about 30 of wisconsin's 72 counties plan to re-count their ballots exclusively in milwaukee.... machines will be used. attorneys for green party candidate jill stein - who asked for the recount - wanted all counties do it by hand. a dane county circuit judge denied the request... saying stein didn't show any evidence of machines not working - or being with. the recount is scheduled to be finished at 8 pm december 12th. federal law requires it be done december 13th. also yesterday... the wisconsin g-o-p filed a with the elections comission... stein and clinton illegally coordinated on the recount in wisconsin. sobering statistics this morning about drunk driving in wisconsin. triple a ?just released a new report showing -- young adults and people who hit the bar ...are most likely
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in 5 drivers-- between 21 and 35 years old say... they drink and drive at least once a month. that age group is also likely to have 5 or more alcoholic drinks in one happening today: a new program- - to help keep medication out of the wrong hands. the city of milwaukee, c-v-s and the drug mail back program all got together to make this happen. you'll be able to seal up your unused medication-- and get rid of it they can't be taken or fan?! do you bleed gold and blue? then show off your pride at miller park! starting today, you can audition for the team's new marketing promotion featuring-- fans, just like you! if you'd like more information-- just head to tmj 4 dot com-- slash links ! incident freedamp roads traffic starting to build
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good morning. nature's fury. the death toll rises to seven in the devastating tennessee wildfires, as new tornadoes rip through the south overnight. now, more than 30 days. breaking overnight. a police officer shot called to a home in washington state. the suspect barricade inside a home for hours. victory lap. president-elect trump, kicking off his thank you tour, in indiana and ohio. as his top cabinet picks get called out for bailouts and wall street. and lit.

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