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good morning. i'm susan i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a weather... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s that melted a lot of sunday's 2-4" of snow. this morning remains mostly cloudy
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mid 30s along the lake and upper 20s inland. after some morning patchy fog, today is mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s, and a few flurries late in the day. a cold front moves through the area tonight with westerly winds to 20 mph and lows near 20. wind chills will be near 10 by wednesday
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the wauwatosa police officer who shot and killed a man this summer is now cleared to return to work. the d.a. has decided he will not face charges. and for the first time, video of that shooting has been made public.. because the video is distrubing, we will only show part of it. we do have the full dash camera video online. in june, officer joseph mensah was checking a suspicious vehicle around three a-m in madison park in wauwatosa.. he found anderson sleeping. the car he noticed a gun on the passenger seat. officer mensah says he told anderson to keep his hands up. it's grainy, but you can see anderson's hands raised. mensah says anderson dropped one of his hands towards the gun at least three times. that's when he shoots anderson 5 times. 17:08:10 like all police officers we want them to investigate suspicious activity. he's on patrol, he's doing what he is suppose to do and he comes across a guy with a gun. :17 so he acted the
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examiner found anderson was legally drunk and had marijuana in his system when he died. the district attorney says mensah acted in self defense. this force at all20:57:46 he should not be allowed to be back on this force at all47 jay anderson's family is in anguish over learning this decision.. but they say this means they're not stopping. the family calls it dishonest for all of the information to not be released on the same day. anderson's father describes a more enhanced version of by the department of criminal investigation, that includes infrared. 20:37:40 his hands is flat out hitting the dash board pushing himself back up because he was asleep for an hour theyre not showing that my son was not lunging for a gun 5020:42:37 lets stop playing games my son was murdered by joseph mensa, he went there to murder my son that's what he didanderson's
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case. we have been covering this story since june. you can find all of our stories on our website ... tmj four dot com. tmj four dot website ... tmj four dot president elect trump's "thank you tour" continues in north carolina tonight, where we expect the official announcement of what we already know... his nominee for secretary of defense. tracie potts reports. (trump nats, "mad dog mattis!") that unofficial announcement ofis james mattis --followed by the official announcement tonight at president-elect trump's "thank you" rally in north carolina.kellyanne conway/ sr. trump advisor :16-:21"it's just a great way to get out with the people. i mean, that's what the president- elect loves most is oxygen, getting oxygen directly from the people."his latest cabinet appointment - dr. ben carson as hud secretary - is drawing praise and criticism from congress.a few weeks ago carson said he didn't have the experience to lead a federal department.mike pence/ (r) vice president-elect :35-:39
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will be made public in the days ahead."sources tell nbc west virginia democrat joe manchin is being considered as energy secretary --and that mitt romney is "back on top" in the search for secretary of state.exxon-mobil ceo rex tillerson interviews for that job today,with several candidates now out of the runningincluding former china ambassador jon huntsmanwho calls mr. trump's controversial phone call with taiwan a smart move:jon huntsman/ fmr. ambassador to china 1:05-1:09)"it provides space and leverage in the overall u.s.-c relationship."high-level sources tell nbc that contact had been discussed for months. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. benson:well, let me put you on the spot: is sheriff clarke going to be the next secretary of homeland security?priebus: we haven't decided that yet priebus: he's definitely high on the list and someone we definitely want to be involved in the administration at some level.some clarity today on what the future looks like for milwaukee county sheriff david
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talked with trump's new chief of staff reince priebus about trump's tweets.. you can see that entire interview on-line at tmj4 dot com. we've all drive on bumpy roads. wisconsin assembly speaker robin vos took a special bumpy ride -- to show the importance of maintaining our roads.vos released this video showing his ride through the streets of racine county in an ambulance.later today, a state assembly hold a hearing on the state department of transportation budget request.lawmakers are debating how to plug a nearly 1 billion dollar budget hole. vos is among some republicans who support a gas tax increase. governor walker again responding to the idea of raising the gas tax to help pay for roads. saying, quote : "when i ran for reelection in 2014, i made it clear i would not support increases to the gas tax or vehicle registration fee without corresponding decreases in
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- surprising outcome: what a jury decided after watching video of an officer shooting a suspect in the back.then.. after a close call at the bottom of the world. the second man on the moon rescued from the south pole. why legendary astronaut buzz aldrin is now thinking
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yesterday was cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s that melted a lot of sunday's 2-4" of snow. this morning remains mostly cloudy and chilly with lows in the
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upper 20s inland. after some morning patchy fog, today is mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s, and a few flurries late in the day. a cold front moves through the area tonight with westerly winds to 20 mph and lows near 20. wind chills will be near 10 by wednesday morning.
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peace to forgive michael slager a mistrial has been declared in the trial of a former south carolina police officer who shot an unarmed black man.a jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the trial of former north charleston police officer michael slager.he shot and killed walter scott after a traffic stop for a broken tail light in april of 20-15. a bystander's cell phone video showed slager firing sevearl shots, after the trial and said that justice has been delayed but "he did not escape it." the man accused of killing nine people in a charleston church in june 2015 has decided now to get a little help with his defense. dylann roof plans to defend himself when it comes to sentencing... but has asked a judge to reinstate his defense attorneys.roof filed a motion on sunday in a handwritten note.... asking if his lawyers can represent him in the guilt
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week roof told the judge he wanted to represent himself... a move the judge called "strategically unwise."the judge has agreed to roof's request. after being evacuated from the south pole due to illness... legendary astronaut buzz aldrin is taking to twitter to let us know he's doing okay. over the weekend.. aldrin tweeted "catching up on the world while i'm stuck in quarantine. apparently kim kardashian is out in public again." aldrin.. who's 86- years-old.. was the second man to walk on the moon. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--step away from the chicken. which ready- to-eat product is being recalled. plus.. put the phone down.no we're not talking to kids.. mom and dad.. it's time you practiced what you
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for the one minute drill, i'm lance allan. for just the second time in his career, giannis antetokounmpo is the eastern conference player of the week. now he needs to back it up, pacing the bucks against the always consistent spurs.and the greek freak, misses but giannis attacks the rim. look out below!giannis also says get that shot outta my house on the other end of the floor.and if you give him room, he's starting to hit pull up 3's now as well. scary. but the spurs are smart. giannis called for on the go ahead bucket late.down one, mirza teletovic with an open 3. can't get it. bucks fall 97-96 as perfect 12-0 on the road.julius peppers, passing a milestone. with this sack against the texans, he breaks a tie for fifth all-time in sacks with michael strahan. will he soon be in the hall of fame?((julius peppers says not
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of my control. so you know, i don't really put a lot of focus and emphasis on it. but you know, i know it's out there. hopefully, i'm hoping but you know, we'll see when the time comes for that in 10 years or so.))marquette hosts fresno state tonight, while the admirals are at iowa.for the one minute drill, i'm lance we still have nearly 4 months bfore fans start filing into miller park.. but now you can already buy brewers spring training tickets.the team opens up the exhibition season on february 24th against u-w milwaukee. they'll wrap spring training with two games at miller park against the chicago white sox. opening day of the regular season will be april 3rd. yesterday was cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s that melted a lot of sunday's 2-4" of snow. this morning remains mostly cloudy
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mid 30s along the lake and upper 20s inland. after some morning patchy fog, today is mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid to upper 30s, and a few flurries late in the day. a cold front moves through the area tonight with westerly winds to 20 mph and lows near 20. wind chills will be near 10 by wednesday morning.wednesday is partly cloudy and windy, but highs will only be near 30 with wind chills in the teens as winds gust over 20 mph. thursday is mostly cloudy with flurries, winds gusting to 30 mph, and highs only in the mid 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits all day. friday
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morning lows in the teens, highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 20 mph. the next chance for snow is late afternoon saturday with highs in the mid 20s, and the snow continues on sunday with highs
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more news now more news now - former featherweight m-m-a champion anthony pettis has had a milwaukee training camp that is nothing short of crazy. first, four caught on video opening up his cars and looking. still, pettis told our lance allan, he's staying put. anthony pettis 11:09::04 this is my hometown. this is what made me. i feel like myself here and my mentor. i brought the rest of my coaches to milwaukee. my brazilian jiu jitsu coach is hating the weather right now, but this is my hometown. this is where i feel most comfortable. i think that is a huge reason why i had that success. pettis is
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weight class to 145 pounds for his december 10th m-m-a bout against max holloway. the fight is taking place in toronto. a dentist has resigned from the v-a hospital in tomah .. amid accusations he treated hundreds of patients with improperly cleaned equipment. the v-a says the nearly 600 veterans who received care from the dentist can receive free screenings for hepatitis b, hepatitis c and hiv. it says the risk of contracting an infection is low. the dentist's name has not been released. before planning tonight's dinner, listen to this recall alert- two million pounds of ready to eat chicken may have been undercooked and could contain bacteria.they were produced from august 20th through november 30th. some are labeled "hormel natural choice" while others have a "distributed by national steak and poultry" label. if it's in your freezer, the u-s-d-a says
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it seems parents are constantly telling kids to get off their phones.. and turn the t-v off. new research out this morning suggests.. kids may need to tell their parents the same thing. erika edwards reports. nats: "i just kind of did a little pic collage..."between posting pictures on facebook ....(nats: "this was a snow day...")exploring pinterest projects ... tweeting, texting, e-mailing.... and binge-watching tv...parents spend an average of 9 hours and 22 minutes er media and technology. that's mostly entertainment screen time -- not work.(natsot: common sense / james steyer) "this is just a shocking study.."the study from common sense media is based on a nationally representative survey of nearly 18-hundred parents of tweens and teenagers.james steyer - common sense media - :35 - :47) "this study shows that while parents spend over 9 hours a day with screen media, 78% of american parents think that they're very good media and tech role models for their kids. so there's a pretty big
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connected they really are. outside experts say digital devices create subconscious habits.jenny radesky, md - university of michigan c.s. mott children's hospital - :56 - 1:02)"we may not be great at stepping back and recognizing 'oh i was on facebook for an hour and a half today..?'"to reduce screen time -- and increase face-to-face time -- common sense media suggests laying down a few household rules -- like device-free dinners. no phones, no tv... just conversation over a shared meal.taking a close look a help bridge the digital divide in families.erika edwards, nbc news. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--how you can give the gift of a fresh holiday meal this season.plus.. it's raining teddy bears. normally not okay to throw things onto the rink at a hockey game. how many lovable stuffed animals will find a good home. let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup....at 6:30.. packers live with larry
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is us" is on at 8.. and a new episode of "chicago fire" starts at 9. then more news at
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taking a live look outside.. check this out - the pennsylvania hershey bears' first goal sunday signaled the start of an annual tradition- the teddy bear toss.this year fans threw 20-thousand, six hundred and 62 bears... including one that
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will find new homes with children in need. including those participating in the children's miracle network. this season, you can give the gift of a fresh holiday meal, enjoyed right at home. today's tmj4 is proud to partner with the hunger task force and raymond james on "home 4 the holidays." it's a virtual food drive to provide our neighbors in need with one or all of the ingredients for a nice and look for the "home 4 the holidays" button. you can donate a turkey, a ham or a whole family dinner. from all of us at today's tmj4, thank you for considering a donation. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--thank you tour: where the president-elect will be thanking supporters for getting him our nation's top job-- later today. plus... why governor scott walker is talking about a new juvenile corrections center in
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introducing the reuben from subway a sandwich as full of intrigue as it is flavor. some say it was invented by deli owner arnold reuben. others, by reuben kulakofsky during a poker game. and some insist it was hollywood starlet marjorie rambeau in a fit of crazed hunger. seriously. the reuben's past may be debatable, but its great taste is not.
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island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread. we don't know where it came from, but we know where you can get it. only at subway. ? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. nutella - spread the happy! now at 5:00...cleared. the wauwatosa police officer who shot and killed jay anderson in his car won't be charged. what's next for him... and why the anderson's family says
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several vehicles couldn't help but ram into each other.. let's take a live look outside this morning... welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday was cloudy and seasonal with highs in the to upper 30s that melted a lot of sunday's 2-4" of snow. this morning remains mostly cloudy and chilly with lows in the mid 30s along the lake and upper 20s inland. after some morning patchy fog, today is mostly cloudy and seasonal

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