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now at six-- new details this morning about the investigation into the deadly warehouse fire in oakland. the direction the investigation could take... and the list of possible suspects. then -- eyes on the road.the hands on lesson area students are getting this morning about texting and driving. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.we want to start with a weather and traffic together with storm team 4 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 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 be near 10 by wednesday morning.
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incident free dry roadstraffic building drive times at or above posted speeds at or above postedzoo interchange experience several overnight closures that will shutdown the interchange from 11 till 4:30 the wauwatosa police officer who shot and killed a milwaukee man will soon back back on the job. the district attorney's office decided not to file criminal charges... and the chief of police in wauwatosa is explaining how dashboard camera video helped clear his cop. ann sterling is live with more.
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it's grainy ... and graphic. the family has said they want the public to see this video. but we do want to warn you, it is disturbing this is what transpired between the officer and jay anderson.you are looking at just released dash cam video. this is back in june.. officer joseph men-sah was checking on a suspicious vehicle around three in the morning in madison park in wausa found jay anderson sleeping... a gun next to him. he radioed that information to dispatch -- asking for backup. a minute after that jay anderson would be dead. officer mensah says during that time -- he told anderson to put his hands up and at first anderson listned. but then the officer says he dropped his right hand three times. in the video you see his right hand go down then back up and then back down ... and that is when the officer
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anderson 5 times in the head and once in the shoulder. the medical examiner found anderson was legally drunk and had marijuana in his system. under that statue -- the district attorney found officer mensah acted in self defense and cleared him of any wrong doing.mensah is expected to return to active duty soon. jay anderson's family is in disbelief over this decision. they say anderson was groggy and was not reaching for the gun. officer joseph mensah has been with tosa p-d since january of 2015. last july ... he was cleared in another deadly shooting. he was one of two officers who shot and killed a man armed with a sword. mensah returned to work in august and remained on duty until the shooting of jay anderson this past june. he has been on administrative leave since then.
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story since june. you can find all of our stories on our website ... tmj four dot com. right now.investigators say the deadly warehouse fire in oakland could turn into a murder investigation. the question still stands: who is responsible. federal agencies are sifting through the warehouse for clues.the warehouse acted as an art collective which hosted a dance party the night the fire broke out... killing 36 people. the include individuals, like the building owner and founder of the art collective, as well entities, such as the city of oakland, charged with enforcing the building and safety codes that many claim were violated before the fire. we're also learning this morning that oakland planning officials opened an investigation last month after repeated complaints about the warehouse. state election officials begin another day of recounts this
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far there has been no significant issues ..both milwaukee and waukesha county officials said they expect to finish their recount before monday's deadline. the milwaukee county district attorney is reviewing one case of possible voter fraud -- where someone allegedly voted both by absentee and in person. the state republican party issued a statement about the recount, saying, in part"as the recount continues and the margin doesn't change, hillary clinton and her allies are running out of excuses ... through their empty rhetoric and pathetic stunts once before ... ... and the recount will be no different." this month marks six years since wisconsin's law banning texting and driving went into effect. pete zervakis is live with more on how local teens are being encouraged to follow that law... according to at&t... research shows seven in 10 people use their smart phones while
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in effect. this evening... a virtual reality driving simulator will be at the don and sally davis boys and girls club here in milwaukee. teens will have the chance to get in... and virtually experience what can happen when you text and drive. they'll also be encouraged to sign a pledge to keep their eyes on the road -- not on their phones. it's sponsored by at&t... the sc a-a-a. and it's not just safer to stay off your phone while driving. it's also cheaper to wait. citations for texting and driving - or distracted driving - can carry fines up to 400 dollars. live...pz... tmj4 up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--a health alert... the over the counter medicine that could increase
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an eye opening p-s-a is going viral... the important message parents of the sandy hook victims want people to hear this morning. today - on the morning blend - we'll tell you what's new - with the streets of pictures - right after you
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beyond wisconsin this morning. a chilling new p-s-a funded by the families of those lost in is opening eyes across the country. the campaign is designed to help the public realize how easy it is to miss the warning signs of someone who is at risk of hurting themselves or others. so far the video has been viewed more than 2 point 5 millions times. new this morning. bill cosby's deposition from 11-years ago will be allowed as evidence in his upcoming sex assault trial. the comedian is facing three counts of aggravated indecent
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allegedly attacking andrea constand. constand claims cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at his home 12-years ago. the judge still needs to rule if the testimonies of 13-other women who made similar allegations against cosby will be allowed as evidence. a new study might have you thinking twice about taking an over the counter sleep pill. the study out of indiana university shows these drugs can actually increase your ri imaging techniques... researchers found lower metabolism and reduced brain sizes among people taking sleep medication. the participants also performed worse on short-term memory, verbal reasoning, and problem- solving tests. lawmakers in the u-s senate are crossing the isle to honor vice president joe biden's son. the senate voted to rename a bill aimed at accelerating cancer research after the late beau biden. the measure would make therapies available to
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the ability to prevent cancer and detect it at an earlier stage. beau biden was 46-years-old when he died from brain cancer last year.since his death, the vice president has been leading efforts to fight cancer, including the bill now bearing his son's name. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--dangers on the road. the common mistake that we're all guilty of.. and why it could have a life changing impact. also-- practice what you preach. coming up... the susi much screen time we're all
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our little taste of snow is mostly melted off already this morning... but out west they're getting pounded.take a look at this live picture from the airport near seattle.... where dozens of flights are cancled becuase of a winter mix that hit the area over night. right now drivers are dealing with icy roads.... and below freezing temperatures. it is expected to clear up by later this morning. nothing worse than driving in snow... and feeling your car sliding out of control. it's something we here in wisconsin appreciate all too well. here's the scene in montreal.
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there's no stopping it as it plows into several cars. there were no injuries. now to your weather and traffic together... 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 and chilly with lows in the
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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 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
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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 beth single digits all day. friday is sunny, breezy and cold with morning lows in the teens, highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 20 mph. the next chance for snow is late
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in the mid 20s, and the snow sunday with highs near freezing. now let's get a look at the roads... incident free building drive times at or above posted speeds at or above posted a new warning about the dangers of drowsy driving ...a study from triple-a shows drivers who get less than seven hours of sleep ... hours
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a new warning about the dangers of drowsy driving ...a study from triple-a shows drivers who get less than seven hours of sleep ... nearly double their risk for a crash.and sleeping less than five hours had a crash risk comparable to someone driving drunk. it seems parents are constantly telling kids to get off their phon a the t-v off. new research out this morning suggests.. kids may need to tell their parents the same thing. the study from common sense media is based on a nationally representative survey of nearly 18-hundred parents of tweens and teenagers. researchers found an apparent disconnect.. about how connected parents really are. "this study shows that while parents spend over 9 hours a day with screen media, 78% of american parents think that
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tech role models for their kids. pretty big disconnect there."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 up next on live at daak today's tmj 4 -- desperate for a win. what a cleveland weather man says he will not do... until the browns get a win. also-- holiday lights taken to a new level. the inspiration behind this
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it wouldn't be the holidays without a letter to santa claus. the u-s postal service is once again delivering wish lists all across the country to the north poll. make sure the letter is addressed to santa claus, north pole. the address is on your screen. "letters from santa" must be received by the anchorage,
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than dec. 15. a chicago family is going all out with their holiday decorations, using the attention to help charities. and this year added a twist.... they're getting help from the late musician prince...look at these lights.... an omage to the music legend. last year they raised 25-thousand dollars for several charities.. this might want to get him a beard grooming kit for the holidays --or a razor.it all depends on how the browns finish their season. he pledged not to shave until the cleveland browns win a football game. and it hasn't been going well --the team hasn't won a game all season.that's more than 70 days without shaving. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --a bumpy road to
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state's transportation budget. what one lawmaker did to prove his point. also-- jay anderson's family speaks out about the death of their son... and the decision made by the wauwatosa police department. what they say needs to be done. iholidays are about joy again. where days are filled with magic instead of madness. at t.j. maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've imagined the holidays this way for decades. it's why we never have crazy sales. and always have amazing prices on popular brands and thoughtful gifts. it's time to bring back the holidays with t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods. 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
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happening now-- plus: making a point-- how one wisconsin lawmaker-- is using one ?bumpy ride... to show a need to fix some of the then -- failing grade: why u-s students are ?last in class-- with their math skills. and taking a live look outside-- a beautiful day to pack up the kids and take them to check out the holiday train... but a blast of cold air is coming your way. welcome to live at daybreak. 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.
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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 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. w- get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident free dry roadstraffic building drive times at or above posted speeds at or
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a wauwatosa police officer could be back on the job soon... after being cleared of ong-doing in the shooting of a suspect. a wauwatosa police officer could be back on the job soon... after being cleared of wrong-doing in the shooting of incident is grainy... but the officials say it was critical in clearing the officer of wrong doing. ann sterling is
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released because the wauwatosa police officer who shot and killed jay anderson will not face criminal charges. the d - a just made that decision. the family of jay anserson has said they want the public to see this video -- but we do want to warn you, it is disturbing this is what transpired between the officer and jay anderson.this is back in june.. was checking on a suspicious vehicle around three in the morning in madison park in wauwatosa. he found jay anderson sleeping... a gun next to him. he radioed that information to dispatch -- asking for backup. a minute after that jay anderson would be dead. officer men-sah says during that time -- he told anderson to put his hands up and at first anderson listned. but then the officer says he dropped his right hand three times. in the video you see his right hand go down then back up and then back down ...
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anderson ??5 times in the head and once in the shoulder. the medical examiner found anderson was legally drunk and had marijuana in his system. the district attorney found officer mensah acted in self defense and cleared him of any wrong doing.mensah is expected to return to active duty soon. jay anderson's family is heartbroken after learning this decision.anderson's family plans to call on the f-b-i to investigate this case. they say this decision mean 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 this dash cam video by the department of criminal investigation, that includes infrared. this force at all47 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 50 (?sot?) linda anderson / mother 20:42:37
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was murdered by joseph mensa, he went there to murder my son that's what he did20:57:46 he should not be allowed to be back on this force at all47the family pointed out several times their concern that the officer will be back on the force..after killing not only their son but another person within coincidentally, the ywca is hosting a discussion about racism tonight at the marcus center for the performing arts. 'an evening to promote racial justice' features author, robin diangelo. the ywca says diangelo will di person's perspective. the event runs from 5-8. and you can still register online. the speaker of the state assembly wants to spend more money for wisconsin roadways. to make his point - he went for a bumpy ride. pete zervakis is live to explain. this morning in madison a state assembly commitee will
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department of transportation's budget request... which right now is about 1-billion dollars more than what the state says it can afford. to make the case for more g towards roads... assembly speaker robin vos released this video. it shows vos riding - in a burlington rescue squad ambulance bouncing along on the streets of racine county. vos's cousin works for the ambulance squad and invihi the speaker and other republican leaders in the assembly have called for at least considering an increase in the gas tax to help plug the hole in the transportation budget. but yesterday... republican state senators duey stroebel and chris kapenga came out strongly against any type of tax increase. they say there are other ways to increase funding towards roads. the governor released a statement coming out strongly against a gas tax increase. saying he and other republicans were elected in
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they should not back out of that promise. live...pz... tmj4 green bay's mayor faces a fine and community service, after pleading guilty to election fianance fraud. a judge ordered mayor jim schmitt to pay a four-thousand dollar fine and work 40 hours of community service. schmitt held a press conference yesterday where he blamed complex finance laws on the mishap. in total... the mayor thousand dollars in illegal campaign contributions up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--staying put? the comment from the vice president that has people thinking he's staying in d-c. then -- math problem. why america gets a big, fat "f"... when you compare u-s math students-- with kids across
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student performance shows declining math scores in the u.s. and stagnant performance in science and reading. according to last year's international student assessment, american students are underperforming compared with their peers in several asian nations. the u-s was below the international average in math and about average in science and reading. in math... american students were outperformed by their counterparts in 36 countries; 18 countries in science and 14 countries in the president of the american federation of teachers is blaming the poor scores on lack of fudning. he's say thirty-one states still spend less per pupil than before the recession vice president joe den may not be ready to leave washington yet.after a senate session yesterday, biden joked with reporters who asked if he would run for office again... he didn't say no... he told them "quote "i'm not committing not to run" end
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biden unsuccessfully ran for president in 1988 and 2008... he decided against a 2016 presidential bid and endorsed hillary clinton. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4recall alert... the product people should remove from their freezer immediately. then -- security stepped up. the very specific target a tip-caller says it at risk
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his christmas preparations... by taking a trip to the area tonight.. but he's ditching the reindeer for the canadian pacific holiday train the train is stopping in wauwatosa tonight just in time for the annual holiday tree lighting friday. you can catch the train at the harwood avenue crossing at 4-45. food a cash donations are appreciated. all the procedds benefit the tosa cares food pantry. the train also stops in hartland at 6-15...
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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 holiday meal. just go to tmj4 dot com 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, k donation. buy a macc star and help cure childhood cancer. the 2016 today's tmj4 macc star was designed by bailey dove. she was diagnosed with leukemia in 2015. the theme is "shave away cancer" and features a penguin with a mustache. the star costs 10 dollars and is available at balistreri sendik's food markets and buddy squirrel stores.
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traffic together... with meteorologisbrian 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 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 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
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be near 10 by wednesday morning.wednesday is partly cloudy d 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 his wind chills will be in the single digits all day. friday is sunny, breezy and cold with 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
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continues on sunday with highs
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now-- let's take a look at your roads.. incident free dry roadstraffic building drive times at or above posted speeds at or
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recall alert this morning... two million pounds of ready to eat chicken may could contain harmful bacteria.some are labeled "hormel natural choice" while others have a "distributed by national steak and poultry" label.if you have these products... you can return them for a full refund. new this morning los angeles officials are stepping up security at transit across the city after getting a terror threat.that threat hasn't yet been proven credible... but authorities say they're not taking any chances.an unknown individual reported a threat to an anonymous law-enforcement line in a foreign country.the specifics of the message have not been released.l-a's mayor says he's confident the transit system is safe.he plans to ride the red line this morning as a support. it's been a rough couple of months from former featherweight m-m-a champion anthony pettis. since he's
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has been nothing short of unlucky. first, four of his cars were set on fire.... then... kids were caught video breaking into the new vehicles he got to replaced the damaged ones. despite the distractions... pettis says he's happy to be home. this is my hometown. this is what made me. i feel like myself herethis is where i feel most comfortable. is a huge reason why i had that success. pettis is dropping from his usual 155 weight class to 145 pounds december 10th m-m-a bout against max holloway. the fight is taking place in toronto. still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four things you need to know before you start your day.including... what's next for the officer who was just cleared of wrong-doing in
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with ann sterling-- she's in wauwatosa where an officer was ?just cleared in a deadly shooting. the video is 28 seconds long.
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the family has said they want the public to see this video. but we do want to warn you, it is disturbing this is what transpired between the officer and jay anderson.you are looking at just released dash cam video. this is back in june.. officer joseph men-sah was checking on a suspicious vehicle around three in the morning in madison park in wauwatosa. he found jay anderson sleeping... a gun next to him. that information to dispatch -- asking for backup. a minute after that would be dead. officer mensah says during that time -- he told anderson hands up and at first anderson listned.but then the officer says his right hand three times. in the video you see his right hand go down then back up and then back down ... and that is when the officer fires.officer mensah shot anderson 5 times in the head and once in the shoulder. the medical examiner found legally drunk and had marijuana in his system.under that statue -- the attorney found officer in self defense and of any wrong mensah is expected to active duty soon. anderson's disbelief over this they say anderson was was not reaching for investigators say the deadly warehouse fire in oakland could turn into a murder
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was an art collective which hosted a dance party the night the fire broke out.the investigation will include individuals, as well entities, such as the city of oakland. incident free dry roadstraffic building drive times slow in certian areas speeds at or
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good morning. breaking news. the fbi investigating a potential terror threat against the subway system in los angeles. security being increased all across the city. why officials say they're not taking any chances. grim task. overnight, more victims of that tragic warehouse fire are identified. the man who ran the building now talking to investigators. and speaking exclusively to nbc news. >> i'm worried that my kids are going to get taken away from me. >> this morning, he'll join us live. biden 2020? the vice president stuns reporters on capitol hill hinting at a presidential run in

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