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preparing accordingly. 20's this wedi here on the nortare preparedor winter before l head out on calls... - ambulance driving out siren starts they make sure they're stocked up on blankets... to shelter patients -- being transported into an lance --from the cold. opening // dan going into ambulance lt. dan tyk says an i-v warmer is also kept in the amnc crinkling to help gradually warm up someone suffering from hypothermia. instead of giving them room temp fluids we;'ll give them fluids right around body temp. - 98 to 100 degrees - just to slowly start that re-warming and in really cold weather... an extra engine crew will even respond to calls... providing more manpower to support emt's. especially for someone outside having a medical emergency,
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the ambulance and starting that mic crews also carry winter weather kits - containing extra clothes and gloves - sohey can better keep warm. that allows them to better focus on those medical calls. at the nsfd pete z tmj4 north shore fire rescue says the most common medical calls during the winter... are slips and falls... back injuries - or heart attacks - that happen during snow shoveling. as we start getting more snow and temps drop... drivers to slow down and pay attention on slippery roads. stop." yo"o goodllowindistan betwvehieethea anbehindyo ak youhada e another remier... when you see an emergency or service vehicle be sure to move over... it's state law. a local grocery store is
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warm during the winter.workers from meijer surprised students at blair elementary in waukesha with winter boots on st. nick's day this morning. all in all... the superstore donated close to 400 pairs of boots for the kids. "this will allow all of our children the oppurtunity to actually play in the snow and not have to remain on the blacktop and it's something as well that's teaching thethe community cares about them and that these children are important to people in the co the boots students also got a clementine, candy cane and holiday card. storm team 4 might not fell like it now, but a cold front is on the way in. meteorologist jesse ritka joins us with when we can expect the temps to drop. yesterday was cloudy and seasonal with highs in the mid
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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 wester winds to 20 mph and lows near 20. wind chills w be nea10 by wednesday
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day 6 of the presidential recount has several counties crossing the finish line here in southeastern wisconsin. dodge, ozaukee, sheboygan, walworth and washington wrapped up their recounts within the past 24 hours. this was a familiar sight this afternoon - counties like sheboygan packing away their ballots. sheboygan county saw more than 100 votes shift - a majority in favor of president elect donald trum. hand recount revealed that was mainly caused by voter errors. someone will take a ballot and either circle the candidates name and not connect the ends of the arrow. which is required for our ballot tabulator to read the ballot. meanwhile in larger counties like waukesha and milwaukee - efforts are less than halfway complete. both counties have brought in high efficiency machines to count thousands of ballots per hour. however,
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counties say they are on schedule. a new billboard in milwaukee is hoping to catch people's attention and raise awareness about drug abuse.the d-e-a and several local organizations launched an 8-week campaign on painkiller and heroin abuse. the billboard is at the intersection of 25th and clybourn.the campaign sponsors say they hope members of community will start conversations with their children about the dangers of these aurora healthcare will now operate clinics in walgreens stores across southeastern wisconsin.they announced the t them will be in our area including... mequon, milwaukee, south milwaukee, wauwatosa and brookfield. aurora plans to open three new retail clinics in other area walgreens stores in the be careful of be careful of thieves trying to cash in on the holiday season.. carole meekins is in the newsroom with a story new on live at 5... thanks shannon and steve. wine exchanges are a popular trend amoung adults during christmas. but one scam is preying on people's passion
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you'll want to avoid.. that's coming up on live at 5... the holiday train is making a stop a few stops in the area 4-45 the train will stop in wauwatosa.there's live music and everyone is encouraged to bring a non- perishable food donation. from there the train continues west to hartland... stopping there at 6-15... and then arriving in watertown at 7-45. tonight you can also enjoy christmas music, ever garden district tree lighting ceremony. it's taking place at 6-30 near 6th and norwich.along with music and treats... children will be able to sign ornaments and hang them on the tree.everyone is encouraged to come and join in the festivities. still ahead on live at four... the reason you'll be waiting longer to get your federal tax return this year.also ahead... how to avoid a hassle when using your credit card to buy
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4 your money this afternoon.... here's a look now at the markets at the close of business today....
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to pay for gift bills shouldn't count on it.the i-r-s reports refunds will be delayed till february 15th.the february date is a congressionally-approved change aimed at battling tax refund fraud and identity don't be surprised if you get your refund a few weeks later than in previous years. used car sales are on track to hit an all-time high this year. the economists at cox automotive predict a record of nearly 41 million pre- cars and trucks to be bought in the u-s in 20-16.the growth in used vehicle sales comes as new data shows a surge in used vehicle loans being written to those with the best scores. new york senator chuck schumer is urging united to drop its new carry-on bag policy. under the new rule... you won't be allowed to put a bag in the overhead bin if you buy the airline's cheapest tickets. schumer says this is one of the most restrictive policies
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the new ticket plan will bring in one-billion dollars by 20- 20. this is the time of year when our credit cards get used a lot.and, although they are convenient, there can be problems that pop up this time of year.karen stiles of our call for action office joins us in the newsroom with more information. what kind of problems do people tend to run into with credit cards during season? in addition to charging too much, we hear from people who learn that their cards were hacked, or shut down while being used for big or traveling abroad.what are some things that people can do to avoid some these problems? make a call to your credit card company to let them know what you are up to. if you will be traveling abroad, let them know where you will be and when. if you will be using your credit card for unusual purchases, let them know that as well. this will keep them from putting a hold on your card at a time when you may need it most. also, ask questions about your credit limit, and any restrictions or
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daily purchases or atm usage. and, use extra caution on keeping track of your cards and your purchases. might be a good idea to not carry all of your cards with you, just in case your wallet or purse gets stolen. also, check out recent activity on your account more frequently, so that you can spot a hack quickly and, so you can avoid going over your credit limit. if you run into a problem, wh contact the card issuer immediately at the customer service number listed on the back of your card. if you do not have your card, you may be able to locate contact information online. card issuers will ask security questions to verify your identity, and then can help you to get a replacement card, a hold lifted, or to place a fraud alert on your if you are unable to get assistance from the card issuer, reach out to consumer resources like our call for action office for
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need help with a consumer problem? our "call for action" volunteers are ready! call 414-967-5495. or request help online. just click on the icon, on the front page of tmj four dot storm team 4 weather now.... lets get a check on the forecast now with meteorologist jesse ritka. a cold front 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
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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 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
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in the mid 20s, and the snow continues on sunday with highs
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it seems moms and dads are constantly telling kids to get off their phones and turn the tv off. reports... new research out today suggests... kids may need to tell their parents the same thing. na: "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 every day using media and technology. that's
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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.(sot: 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 disconnect there." an apparent disconnect.. about how connected they really are. outside devices create subconscious habits.(sot: 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 at our selfies... may help bridge the digital divide
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news. boy's from one of milwaukee's toughest neighborhoods, get e experience of a lifeti. coming up at 4:30.. how one local organization is looking to give 500 kids from that area, a night they'll never
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beyond wisconsin...three teens are in custody accused of robbing the wife of missouri's governor ect el gun point. sheena greitens was sittg in a parked car outside a st. louis restaurant when a suspect with a gun proached the car and demanded her laptop and cellphone police were eventually able to track down three suspects, age 14, 15 and 19 in a stolen vehicle. the owner of pulse nightclub has decided to not sell the building to the city of
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she won't sell becausshe's not ready to walk away.with input from the public, the city hoped to convert the property into a permanent memorial, where moners have gathered ever since the june 12th mass the u-s supreme court has sided with smartphone maker samsung in the high-profile patent dispute with an unanimous decision the justices threw out a 399 million dollar judgment against argued samsung copied the iphone's pa now headed back to a lower court to determine how much samsung will have to pay coming up next on live at four...why one group of americans is getting happier as they get older.also up next...the one simple thing from loading up on junk food f
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were more likely to be financially cure, be satisfied with the standard of living, and worry less about money.they also were more likely to eat a healthy diet, smoke less and have less stress in their if you've ever gone grocery shopping on an empty stomach, chances are you've made a few bad choices.web m-d put together some tips on dieting and one way to avoid filling your shopping cart with items wi is..... simply chew gum.people who chew gum while shopping had fewer junk-food cravings and opted for healthier options. thanks for thanks for joining us today at four.there's more news ahead... on live at 4:30... including the new gig for
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now at 4:30 - the move president elect donald trump has made to try and show voters he's already shaking up washington. donald trump hates paying retail.critics charge he hates paying, period. and trump tweeted, today, he would cancel the order for reports it was a move by the president elect to try to force federal contractors to charge less. donald trump surprised camera crews ... on the surprise issue the cost of two new air force ones, to replace the old 747 used today by president obama and its backup.the pentagon confirms: boeing will bill at leas4 billion dollars."i think it's ridiculous i think


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