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good friday morning. it's 4-30. i'm julia fello. susan kim has the morning off.i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday remained cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, a westerly wind to 20 mph, and
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were near 30 all day. this morning is the upper 20s to lower 30s under a mostly cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as this afternoon is mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper tonight is cloudy and chilly with lows in the 20s. new this morning - milwaukee police are tracking down a shooter right now after sending a man to the hospital yesterday. it happened on 38-th and locust. police say
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robbery. the presidential recount is set to resume this morning in wisconsin. things got off to a shaky start in waukesha county.. it took them more than 13 hours before counting got underway at 10-30 p-m. thursday, workers were sorting and verifying ballots. if there is an issue on a ballot it goes before a 3-panel board to vote... then they decide if the ballot is valid. 20:48:28 we haven't found any large issues but we small issue and since my job is to make sure things are happening the way they are supppse to be happening that means i am raising my hand to find each of those small issues. :40 here's a live look inside the waukesha county courthouse. empty now but the county decided to start counting an hour earlier today at 8 a-m. one wisconsin county is already finished with its recount... that's menominee out of 13-hundred-and-eight votes cast... the recount added 12 votes for gary
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jill stein. the county blames that on human error--two votes were also subtracted from donald trump... and one from clinton. an unexpected announcement from president-elect donald trump --after a spokesman said there would be no more cabinet announcements till next week -- trump let one slip during a rally last night.tracie potts donald trump/ (r) president- elect :00-:24"we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of we're not announcing it til monday so don't tell anybody." (cincinatti, ohio :25-:29)a surprise announcement during president elect trump's evening rally in ohio.known as a hardliner on iran, retired marine general james mattis faces an uphill battle for confirmation --he needs a special civilian waiver
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trump's back in new york (indianapolis, indiana)after applauding a thousand carrier manufacturing jobs not moving to mexico.(sot: donald trump/ (r) president-elect)"companies are not going to leave the united states anymore without consequences, not gonna happen."but 13-hundred carrier jobs are headed south of the border.(sot: bob breedlove/ carrier huntington worker)"i'd wish he'd be able to save ours also."(sot: mark harmon/ carrier worker)"we feel like we've been forgotten."after last night's rally... today it's t transition.the secretary of state nominee... still unannounced.sources tell msnbc's joe scarborough they're looking at new candidates -- the current and former ceos of exxon-mobil. tracie potts, washington. house speaker paul ryan is defending the carrier deal. pushing back against critics who say the deal sets a dangerous precedent, encouraging companies to threaten to move jobs for tax
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details of the carrier arrangement, but i do know that mike pence is still the sitting governor of indiana. and i have no doubt that he probably had a hand in "> a milwaukee county supervisor is calling for sheriff clarke to step aside. milwaukee county supervisor supreme moore omokunde says it's unacceptable sheriff clarke hasn't explained why four people have died in jail in a six month period.he says the sheriff isn't fit to run the jail and believes an independent investigatio 19:46:38- we need to know why, why are people dying in our jails :41 the sheriff responded this way: supervisor who? that sounds like some character in a science fiction comic book and he's upset that i helped donald j. trump get elected potus. fire investigators in rock county are working to learn more about a deadly house fire they are calling "suspicious." officials in the town of newark found 62-year-old
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autopsy revealed he died from injuries he sustained in the fire.police are still searching for macgowan's pick up truck. new this morning -- a proposed bill would force wells fargo to face its victims of fake accounts in court.the bill would prevent the company from using fine print buried in customer agreements to derail class action lawsuits.the fine print, known as forced arbitration agreements, require customers to resolve their claims in closed-door arbitration instead of today's tmj4--really a close call for one of america's space heroes.. rescued from the bottom of the world. plus.. shocking video. a first look of what it's like when a tornado storms through town. and taking a live look outside.. the roads this morning are wet. meteorologist
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yesterday remained cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, a westerly wind spotty drizzle. wind chills were near 30 all day. this morning is the upper 20s to lower 30s under a mostly cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds
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cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper 30s. tonight is cloudy and chilly with 20s. beyond wisconsin now - the national weather service confirms a tornado hit the atlanta area this week.check out this incredible video.. of just how powerful winds were that swept through the region. officials are still investigating several other possible tornados that slammed four other counties as well. we're getting a first hand look at some of the fire damage in gatlinburg far -- damaging or destroying dozens of homes and businesses. last night another death was reported, bringing the total number of people killed to eleven. tennessee governor bill haslam has declared a state of emergency which will help expedite aid to victims. former nasa astronaut buzz aldrin is recovering in new zealand... after he was evacuated from the south pole for medical reasons.aldrin, now 86 years old and the second man to walk on the moon, was part of a south pole
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company said aldrin had fluid in his lungs, but was responding well to antibiotics. his manager, who accompanied him, said he was in good spirits. in california - a worker had to be rescued when his elevated bucket hit live power lines.the power company say the tires of his truck have burn marks from the 115- thousand volts of electricity. rescue mission took nearly three house. here's something you don't see every day.. a mug shot that includes a big red's what happened.. the bird accompained its owner to courthouse in oregan, but remained outside in a three during the hearing. when the owner ended up landing in jail, he expressed concern for his feathered friend. turns out the security deputy got worried over the bird's well-being too.. and decided to allow it inside. the bird is staying with the deputy's friend while the owner serves
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the item that shouldn't be on your holiday shopping list because it's a drowning hazard. plus.. big changes.the new rules behind choosing the home field
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for the one minute drill, i'm lance allan. texans head coach bill o'brien was an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach with the patriots. so keep in mind, he was around tom brady for five seasons.but his high praise for aaron rodgers, is second to none. ((bill o'brien says aaron rodgers is one of the most unique quarterbacks in my opinion to ever play the game. he brings an athleticism to the position that's very difficult to defend. he can
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other quarterback that i've seen as far as his ability to, when something breaks down, he doesn't just fly out of there. he may just move to the right or to the left or backwards or forwards and make more time for him on the play.))the badgers have that championship feeling. they play for the big ten title saturday night in indy against penn state.and they are still coming down off winning the big ten west crown. ((lance allan asks jazz, what does that hat on your head mean to you? it means accomplishment. accomplished one of our goals. like that's the biggest the goals we this season. and it feels because we set, you know, back in march and now that we finally got you could be the face of the brewers next marketing campaign. the team is hosting a casting call for fans at miller park. just show up in your team gear and get your picture taken ... you could be part of billboards or other ads for the 2017 season. but time is limited.. you can get your picture taken today
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9-to-noon. the casting call coincides with the brewers annual clubhouse sale. the team is selling game-used items and other merchandise with savings up to 75-percent off. mlb's all-star game winner will no longer determine home field advantage in the world series. a new collective bargaining agreement was reached between mlb owners and the players association... it's being replaced in 2017, with the team that has the better record getting home field advantage in the world
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breezy with highs near 40, a westerly wind to 20 mph, and spotty drizzle. wind chills were near 30 all day. this morning is lower 30s under a mostly cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds
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is cudy and chilly has a little more and rain in the afternoon.
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about a half inch before noon. you can expect the light snow for tailgating at lambeau sunday morning, and a cold light rain during the game. at least the wind will be light. monday finally seems some sun with highs in the smoke free. the united states department of housing and urban development made the announcement some cities across the country have already made the change. wisconsin's larger housing authorities haven't. housing authorities will have a year and a half to implement a smoke free a warning about protecting our fresh water source. a joint agency between the u-s and canada says we need to start doing a better job protecting our great lakes. that, after some flame-retardant chemicals were found in the waters,
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of those chemicals have been banned, but some are still being phased out of things like appliances and carpets. the agency says if states including wisconsin and michigan don't come up with a plan to clean up the water, it could become dangerous to humans and wildlife. to kill a mockingbird and the adventures of huckleberry finn, are classics read in schools across the nation... but now one virginia community is considering banning them after a parent filed a complaint about racial slurs used in the books. but some in the community do not agree. "i don't want because if you start with one racial word in a book and have to go on and on and on and pretty soon you'll be burning books left and right."the complaint, called a request for reconsideration of learning resources, will go before a committee who will review the books and make a final recommendation. recall alert for parents - thousands of baby bath seats and chairs are being recalled due to a drowning hazard. they're made by lexibook and were sold online at amazon,
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the chairs reportedly aren't stable... and can tip over while a baby is in it. after a lot of virtual reality buzz... what some thought would be ?hot? items for the holidays... seem to be research firm "superdata" has revised its sales forecast .. deeming virtual reality to be the "biggest loser" this holiday season.brian mooar explains why. (nats: "whoa"!)virtual reality is supposed to be the next big thing ...(sot: ashley carmen, the verge)"it is actually mind- blowing if you've never tried it before"but while immersive d theaters to theme parks and medical treatment it's hardly flying off store shelves.tamara gaffney, adobe data analyst"vr goggles right now are not quite mainstream enough for most consumers but something that gamers would like to have"playstation v-r is currently the only virtual reality offering that's part of a gaming console.(sot: tamara gaffney, adobe data analyst)"its an all in one package its around $500"oculus rift and h-t-c vive headsets are expensive -- 600 to 800
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require a gaming pc.(sot: tamara gaffney, adobe data "the htc vive and the oculus rift- both of those are not selling at the levels of their social buzz"there are cheaper options... with big limitations.(sot: ashley carmen, the verge)"there's the google cardboard which is pretty rudimentary you can make it at home"other headsets like the samsung gear vr and the google daydream view require specialized phones... (sot: ashley carmen, the verge) "a lot of companies are working on standalone vr headsets. it's just right now you know this is the first obviously they need something hefty to tether to"and it may take a while for virtual reality to take its place in the physical world.(sot: tamara gaffney, adobe data analyst)"who knows maybe next thanksgiving we'll all be sitting around the table at hogwarts drinking butter beer" and hopefully looking a little bit cooler than this while doing it.brian mooar, up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--major birthday bash.the new names that will
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some people will do anything to get their name in the record long this man plans to ring that bell... let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup.the now: milwaukee is back at 6:30. followed by "caught on camerea with nick cannon" at 7. "dateline" is new at 8 with an investigation into the disappearance of a marine's 19-year-old wife in the california desert. the more
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taking a live look outside.. waukesha your band could play at the big gig's ?fiftieth? birthday.
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future stars the chance to take the stage at the worlds largest music festival---it's free. all you have to do is fill out an online application now through march-first--. you'll find a link at tmj4- dot-com. a mississippi man is trying to ring his way into the record books!jamie richardson is attempting to ring the salvation army bell for over 150 consecutive hours.his mission began monday at, he can take a five minute break every hours if needs one.if richardson keeps going.. he'll break the record sunday morning at 7 a-m. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--nativity removed. nativity removed. a michigan community forced to take down its christmas scene.. just days after putting it up. and the organization behind the
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this. is. everything. honey bunches of oats. it's all of this, this, this, and this. it's the mother of all cereals. it's that, and that, and all of that. it's the most cerealriffic cereal. in all of history. yeah, it's that good. honey bunches of oats.
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oh no. oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. now at 5: recount-- underway. you're taking a live look at
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worked into the night to take a closer look at ?your votes for president. plus: staying connected: who's pushing for faster internet speeds across the state-- and ?what areas could see the benefits-- of the 35-million dollar plan. and later: get out and enjoy the sun! the important reason why growing kids-- need a little natural light in their lives-- and what could happen if they ?don't and taking a live look outside-- third ward for the holiday lights welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince's finally friday! good morning, i'm julia fello. susan kim has the morning off. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday remained cloudy and


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