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in effect tomorrow morning. good evening. katie has the night off. the storm is over omaha, nebraska. that system is headed toward us, and we will see our first accumulating snow and feel it >> tomorrow morning, the snow will be flying. omaha is getting snow before we are. what a fun thing. notice this winter weather advisory expands all the way through brown county, if you're headed to the packers game. here is a look at that system, some rain mixing in, but there's that snow through omaha pushing into ames, iowa, even starting to
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however, we have very low dewpoints at the moment across much of wisconsin, that keeping a lot of that flake action from not actually hitting the ground. temperatures across the area, 20s to the north, we're right at the freezing mark here in milwaukee, and temperatures are going to stay below the freezing mark, so all in the form of snow as we get into the morning hours tomorrow. let's time it out. from now until 6:00 a.m. tomorrow, cloudy, could see a stray flurry or 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. if you can get an early start up to the green bay packers game, i would say go earlier. from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., visibility reduced. i'll tell you how much to expect. >> thanks, jesse. milwaukee county prepping for tomorrow's round of winter weather.
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getting ahead of the storm, and keeping us safe on the roads. >> reporter: good evening, julia. the streets are still bare here in milwaukee. throughout the day, we saw a few flurries here and there, but public works crews are prepared for that change come tomorrow morning. these trucks have been outlaying a brine or a salt mix to make sure the main streets don't get too slick. 100 salt-truck drivers on standby, to goat work once the flakes start to fall. live in milwaukee, ben jordan, today's tmj4. >> thank you. you can track the snow with our snowcast app, it will tell you how much snow will fall. it costs $2.99 to download.
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pictures. the winter parking regulations, now in effect. you cannot park on major streets or bus routes. now follow the odd-even rule to save yourself getting a ticket, park on the odd side of the street on odd numbered days, even on even. for two months, two young brothers was starved, one of them beaten to death on milwaukee's south side. henow t women abusing these children are behind bars. >> you've been charged in this criminal complaint with child neglect resulting in death. >> according to the criminal complaint, mary martinez punched 7-year-old trevion winningham with a closed fist multiple times on november 28th. the next morning he was found unresponsive. defendant eter hughes who lived with martinez and the
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>> she states to take him to the woods, to not call 911, and to -- that she didn't want the cops at the house. >> reporter: trevion's 9-year-old brother remains hospitalized for his injuries. two men were also arrested in this case for failing to report this abuse. a brazen gunman you see here steps right onto the counter of a bmo harris bank and demands money this afternoon at 70th national avenue. he took off with an unknown amount of money. if you have any information, call west allis police right away. new tonight, a muskego family warning a community after a coyote kills two of their dogs. ben jordan keeping busy tonight. he spoke with the owner who witnessed this horrific attack. >> i came over here. >> reporter: the nightly routine for nancy stack and her dogs -- >> they had gone in the backyard probably thousands
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>> reporter: -- took an unexpected turn in mid-november. >> i picked her up, and i could see she was bit nn her neck. >> reporter: stack's 9-year-old yorkie named rocky was dead. a few feet to her left, their wiener dog named lexie -- >> is being dragged. >> it was horrible for our whole family, because our dogs are a part of our family. >> reporter: they're looking back at the memories of the two. thankfully, their third, them that night. >> we take her out the front door on a leash that we have in our hands. >> we have two dogs, we can take them outside unattended in the evening. >> reporter: leaving a subdivision with tense feeling helpless. >> can't be shooting coyotes in the backyard.
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such reported in 15 years. new developments in the presidential recount tonight. the green party is dropping its court case, seeking a state-wide recount of pennsylvania's presidential votes. they say voters can't afford the $1 million bond ordered by the court, but efforts to analyze scattered precincts are still continuing. the recount in continues across our state, many continued into the night to meet a december 12th deadline. a judge rejected the pro-trump effort to stop it. menominee and iron county are finished. 70 others still counting. president-elect donald trump is now talking --
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rexnord. the plan companies in october to move its bearings plant and its 300 jobs to mexico. trump attacked the company's plans in a tweet late last night no. comment yet from that company. meteorologist jesse ritka, busy tracking a storm system. her full forecast is still ahead. there may be dozens dead in the wake fire in california. a local man was among those who was able to escape.
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hoosing your plan. network health. we're local, we care, we're person to person. let's take another live look at the weather, radar
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eye of the snow headed our way, a winter weather advisory coming our way. she will have the full forecast in just a bit. more news here. the death toll likely to rise, but at least nine people confirmed dead tonight after a fire tore through a converted warehouse in oakland, california, last night there. was a late-night dance party going on in the the time. >> we've met with a roomful of people, and they're holding out hope until they hear. families hold out for hope. >> the bodies of nine and taken to the coroner's office for identification. there are more bodies trapped in this debris. a madison d.j. is among the dozens of people who escaped the blaze p. joel
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name "golden donna" was one of those performing last night. he is extremely distraught. >> he is safe, and he is waiting to hear from -- waiting to hear about people who are still missing. >> and one of those missing is a friend of shanahan's. 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium in brazil today in the pouring rain to say good-bye to members of a soccer club to died in a plane crash. monday's crash in the colombian andes claimed 71 of the 77 people on the plane, including 19 players. a memorial service in cuba tonight as the nation nears the end of its nine days of public mourning for fidel castro. his ashes arrived in santiaco. castro will be interred in santiago tomorrow. everything you need to
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snowfall from jesse kit ra when we come back, and we'll
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we enjoy showing you this look. we captured some holiday festivities. you see the parade going on down it lit the christmas tree, and there was a fireworks show. how fun! 123 dozen christmas cookies. that's how much will be sent to wisconsin national guard members deployed in guantanamo bay, 123 military police will be serving our
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sweaters. with an overcast sky just waiting to drop our first significant snowfall of the year, we bring you a little cheer. >> it's christmas! >> reporter: over the river and through the woods, elves run beside hundreds of santas. >> pretty entertaining. >> reporter: those beards quickly fall by the wayside. santa fuels up on cookies. encouragement with high fives. >> i think this is awesome! i can't believe there's not more parents out here just watching it go by. >> reporter: they're keeping milwaukee beautiful, and toys for tots. looks like fun. tomorrow may not be so good for an outdoor run. we're talking about snow tomorrow. jesse has the very latest on the storm team forecast. >> good thing they got that
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be more sloshing than running. the high today, a high of only 34, just two degrees above the freeze mark. we're supposed to be in the mid-30s. it was kind of a typical day for wisconsin in december. it's going to look more like december in wisconsin tomorrow. starting at 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., that's when the heaviest snow is going to be falling. it hasn't even started to push on in yet. we are looking mainly or two, but the temperatures will stay below freezing tonight and into the early hours of tomorrow morning. the wind won't be too much of a problem tomorrow, it won't be blowing around the snow for many of us, but expect that winter weather advisory to cover much of the state f. you're headed to the packers game tomorrow, 43 is going to be a bit on the messy side f. you can leave earlier, the
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this to push into our area until 7:00 a.m., at least in milwaukee. a lot of moisture to the south, rain in missouri, as this gets closer to us, most of that snow shouldn't even hit us until 6:00, 7:00 in the morning, it will move from the west to the east, everybody looking at snow likely during the middle second of the day. as we continue to watch that storm system pull out of here, by 6:00 p.m., those snow showers will taper off, and we'll be looking at the snow coming to an a few flurries lingering. high pressure brings around a southwesterly wind. that's going to give us warmer air. watching this cold front, though, monday into tuesday, that's going to bring a big change in the forecast, our first blast of arctic air. how much snow to expect, right along the lakefront, with the help of heated lake michigan, close to one to two inches. generally across much of southeastern wisconsin, two
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mainly between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., could see isolated higher amounts off to the west, three to four inches. higher amounts here in northeast wisconsin, generally one to three inches of snow. overnight, flurries, 30 degrees, your overnight low in milwaukee, 26 away from lake michigan. tomorrow, a high of 35 in milwaukee, snow showers could reduce visibilities at this is the first measurable snow of the year. dpw crews are already out and getting the road brined. one to three inches of snow. this will impact your drive up to lambeau field. it will look like a snow globe at the frozen tundra. high pressure rolls in for monday. that will bring a southwesterly wind to bump us up to 40 degrees, which looks nice, but a cold front
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take our temperatures and bring them down into the 20s. and teens for overnight lows. so after our second-warmest november, we're plunged into winter. >> and you say at least it's going to be that packable snow for the kiddos. >> and it's going to happen over a longer period of time. >> and not a workweek. that's r thanks, jesse. coming up, mike mccarth on stopping the texans. rod burks with sportsft but first, your winning powerball numbers.
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lead, but penn state turned it up. right now the nittany lions are winning, 35-31 in the fourth quarter. the green bay packers hosting the 6-5 texans tomorrow afternoon at lambeau field. mike mccarthy on brock osweiler who has more interceptions that touchdown passes this year. >> definitely can make all the foes. i fit for them, starts with the run game with the texans, so i know he's had, you know, the last couple games, he's had some turnovers, but he's a much better athlete, i think, when you guys who are 6'4", 6'5", 6'6", coaching quarterbacks, you tend to look at him differently, but
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four-game winning streak at the bradley center, we pick this one up in the second, matthew velladova, going to knock down that jumper, bucks up at the half, 50-40. things got tight, mike monroe with the nice stutter-step move. bucks up 78-74. joe harris would hit this big-timeri nets up 82-81. 97.94 on this play, then john hanson with the thunderous dunk. he led the bucks with 20 points. milwaukee with back-to-back wins with a 112-103 win today. in college hoops, badgers had a win over oklahoma earlier today at
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nigel hayes with the miss. cal ooel iverson grabs the rebound and finishes it with the dunk in the paint and the foul. the sooners coming up. they're driving, they get the alley-oop dunk to go. they're up six. later on, nigel hayes going to knock down the triple, sooners up at the break, 40-37. second half, veto brown going to find his man nigel hayes. badgers up ethan, he drains it. 60-58. wisconsin got a big game from nigel hayes. he's going to drain the long-range three at 28 points. the badgers outscore the sooners. wisconsin wins, 92-70. quarter finals between white water with john
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nico for a nine-yard touchdown pass. john carroll wins 31-14. tiger woods getting ready for the third round in the bahamas. here's woods from the bunker, looking for birdie on five, folks, and he is going to drop that ball into the hole. two-under today. right now he's in tenth place in the tournament.
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in tonight hot shots, we all know the cubs beat the indians to win the world series, but the debt was finally paid off last night. lebron james and dwayne wade placed a bet. they both agreed to dress in the losing team's gear on the first night they faced each other in the nba season. last night james came
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check him out! soaking it up, walking in with the chicago cubs gear. see, james even had to put no. 23 and his name on the back of the jersey in chicago at the united center with all the cameras rolling, dwayne wade, i'm sure, liked how his buddy looked last night. >> looked good. >> a lot of us will be shovelling tomorrow, one to three inches, could see an isolated four-inch total. [ cheers and applause ] that is another example of how faulkner influenced latin american literature -- seth, i


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