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a six-point-four earthquake hit overnight. be careful where you dig.a human skull turned up in a wisconsin sand dune.. why the sheriff's department is not looking for a killer. get ready to shovel more snow. when the snow arrives, and how much, is coming up. 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... after some morning patchy inland fog, yesterday was mostly cloudy and cool with highs near 40 before noon. the cold front then moved through the area with afternoon flurries, and slowly dropping temps. this morning is partly cloudy, windy and chilly with lows in the lower 20s along the lake, and teens inland. wind chills will be near 10
all day with highs near 30, a brisk wind, and some sun. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits. incident freelight traffic incident freelight traffic speeds at or above posteddrive times are on time several overnight closures re opening developing news now: a warning for parents in the south suburbs this morning.police say a man tried to proposition a 13 year old girl for sex while she was walking home from school.ann sterling is live at the cudahy police department with more. this man reportedly drove past this child three times as she
we know police are still looking for this guy. police say he approached the child near edgerton and swift avenues. he tried to talk to her and police say at one point he propositioned the 13-year-old girl for sex. he was last seen near swift and edgerton driving a blue or grey colored four door sedan. he's described as a white man -- in his late 20's or early length beard this happened in the middle of the day. police really want to find this guy. if you have any information -- call cudahy police. a bizarre story out of la crosse county, where a man has been arrested for the death of his wife back in september. barbara kendhammer was found with fatal injuries at the scene of a car crash. her husband told authorities a pipe fell from a truck, went
next day. authorities aren't buying it. now, after an exensive investigation,odd kendhammer of west salem has been arrested and charged with, what the la cross county sheriff calls, a case of deadly domest abuse. in door county, kids playing in a sand dune near baileys harbor discovered a human skull. shockingly... the sheriff's office reports this is not uncommon. a similar discovery was made in the same area in 2009 "and it turned out to be the remains of a native american it was over 100 years old consequently we collected the remains and turned th over to the medical examiner.in this case - the sheriff's office is almost certain the remains also belong to a native american - but it will be up to the dane county medical examiner to confirm. just into our newsroom - video of the clean up effort underway in aceh indonesia where a six-point-four
social media showed buildings reduced to rubble, fallen electricity poles, and people gathering outside at street corners.at least five aftershocks were felt in the hours after the initial quake.. that's according to the disaster management agency there.several thousand rescuers and hundreds of soldiers are being deployed to the area. officials reportt least 25 people have been killed and several more are the region suffered massive destruction in 2004 when a quake of magnitude nine-point- two triggered a tsunami that wiped out entire communities. u-w systeme impact of tuition freezes. if passed..
relations committee would have a final say. last year, 149 people were killed in drug-related crashes in the state of wisconsin alone.according to the wisconsin department of transportation.. that's nearly a 200-percent increase over the previous decade. so to help combat this crisis.. the d-o-j and wis-dot will announced new a p-s-a this morning.. warning of the dangers of driving while impaired. we'll post their message on tmj4 dot com this afternoon on coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...when the flame is gold, watch out for the cold! we'll take you ?live to the top-- of one of milwaukee's most iconic structures. your first look-- at the gas light building's impressive upgrades, next! and taking a live look
cloudy, windy and chilly with lows in the lower 20s along the lake, and teens inland. wind chills will be near 10 all morning, and in the teens all day with highs near 30, a brisk wind, and some sun. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and wind chills in the single a historic building downto upgrade. we're talking about the flame that sits on top of the 20-story gaslight building. that's where pete zervakis is live to explain. the flame here on top of the gaslight building - at cass and wisconsin - was first installed 60 years ago. starting today... it'll be an upgraded model. new, l-e-d technology will be used to light the flame with all
?appears lit by gas ... instead of the l-e-d lights. the new technology won't change the flame's long-time role of serving as a weather beacon here in milwaukee. it'll soak up data from 11 weather stations around the city...then project the forecast through its light. the flame will burn red for warm weather ahead... blue for no change in view... gold means watch out for cold... and when the flame flickers - expect rain or snow. a special lighting ceremony for the new flame will happen right here at the gas light building at 6:15 this evening. live...pz... tmj4 with temperatures expected to
coming days... emergency medical techs say they're prepared for the cold. north shore fire rescue keeps warmers that can heat up i-v bags in its ambulances. 84150 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 58 the most common medical calls during the winter... are slips or falls... and back injuries - or heart attacks - that happen during snow shoveling. the salvation army is in ?biggest community meals of the year. volunteers are prepping for the 27th annual "christmas family feast". they'll serve up a family- style dinner with ham, turkey, yams, mashed potatoes and all the fixings for 8-thousand people on christmas! you can be a part of it, by donating to the "salvation army". get ready to see some big changes to summerfest in a couple of years. the official announcement isn't happening until thursday.. but we're getting a hint from the summerfest president and c-e-o.
agreement has been reached to bring new audio/visual features.. and major renovations will happen to henry maier festival park come 20-18. still ahead this morning: fighting-- the flu! the medical break-through that could ?prevent you from getting body aches, cold sweats and feeling completely miserable. plus...who made the ?biggest mark- time's coming out with its "person of the year" this morning. we have a look at the
this may be the only time president-elect donald trump ever finds himself having something in common with gold medal gymnast simone biles, the indian prime minister, and a crew of genetic scientists. the group is among the shortlist of finalists for time's 20-16f thrson o year. the magazine makes a selection each year of the person - or idea - who has most influenced the news and the world in the past year, for good or ill.the
the trial begins today for a man charged with murdering nine people at a south carolina church last year. 22-year old dylann roof was indicted on 33-counts related to the massacre at the emanuel a-m-e church in charleston.he faces a possible death sentence in the case. beyond wisconsin now - sad news in the world of football. 19-94 heisman trophy winner rashaan salaam has died at the age of 42.salaam was an outstanding running back for the university of colorado in the early 90's aon heisman trophy in 19-94.that's when he entered the n-f-l draft and was chosen in the first round by the chicago bears.salaam will be remembered not only for his football accomplishments but his work with children in need. his body was found in a boulder, colorado park.. a cause of death was not announced. cleanup crews in connecticut worked into the early hours today clearing a train derailment.the cars that derailed spilled cargo onto a shopping ceer parking lot in
officer was in the cvs parking lot when he saw seven train cars tip over.the train derail closed roads and blocked traffic for several hours. storm team 4 now-- taking a live look at port washington, mitchell airport and waukesha. after some morning patchy inland fog, yesterday was highs near 40 before noon. the cold front then moved through the area with afternoon flurries, and slowly dropping temps. this morning is partly cloudy, windy and chilly with lows in the lower 20s along the lake, and teens inland. wind chills will be near 10
brisk wind, and some sun. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and wind chills inhee sgl digits.thursday is mostly ?qand ghs h flurries, wi only in the mid 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits all day. friday is morning lows in the teens, highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind 0 mpto 2 the next chance for snow is late afternoon saturday with highs in the mid 20s, and the snow continues into sunday morning
health.researchers may have found a way to ?trap the flu virus before it reaches the lungs and makes people sick. stay with me here: all cells are coated with sugar molecules.. and it's the flu virus' taste for that sugar that makes people sick.a professor has come up with a nasal spray that a decoy. in mouse studies.. sugar coated particles are misted into the nose. when the flu virus follows it thinks it's found the particular lungs it likes and latches on. "right now we know it's effective. ah, the next step is to make it safe." keep in mind, this wouldn't replace traditional flu vaccines. a group of children battling cancer got to go on a "fantasy-flight" to the north pole to visit santa. united airlines pilots and
to help out 34 families on the trip. when they landed.. santa and mrs. claus were on hand to greet them. "we're going to go up there and fly around and see if we can't see him in the air." reporter:"is there a special flight plan that you had to follow?"tait wasser/ united airlines pilot:"these is and our call sign today is santa1" ava lee/passenger:"it's really exciting and really cool." organizers say the children get to leave with presents, but what's going to last are the memories they build as a family. on t-v" products on amazon.. you may not be getting the real deal. the makers of the snuggie are now suing amazon for letting so many counterfeit things be sold on the site. several "as seen on t-v" companies say they're losing money. amazon isn't commenting while the lawsuit is ongoing. up next on livet daybreak on today's tmj4...an anniversary worth remembering. the events in place to to remember those
showtime. when the much anticipated musical before we head to break.this ex 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
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it was 75 years ago today... and president franklin roosevelt called it "a date which will live in infamy."the attack at pearl harbor killed more and wounded more than one- thousand others.it also led to the uned states joining world war two.today that infamous day will be remembered with events in and around pearl harbor... including a wreath presentation and a parade. it started three years ago with "the sound of music"... followed by "peter pan" and last year, "the wiz". tonight, nbc unveils its fourth, live musical....with the tony award winner, "hairspray".the musical airs at 7 p-m.
going green! the major going green! the major company kicking carbon waste to the curb, in offices ?across the globe! plus...presidential recount-- why ?michigan volunteers may have to put down the ballots-- and throw away ?days of work... more live at daybreak is next. and taking a live look outside.. i... i... i wanted those...
tried to ?pick up-- and get ready-- when you walk out the door- you're going to get smacked with a blast of cold air. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter tells you how low they'll go next. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a check of weather and traffic together... after some morning patchy inland fog, yesterday was mostly cloudy and cool with highs near 40 before noon. the cold fron the area with afternoon flurries, and slowly dropping temps. this morning is partly cloudy, windy and chilly with lows in the lower 20s along the lake, and teens inland. wind chills will be near 10 all morning, and in the teens all day with highs near 30, a brisk wind, and some sun. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and wind chills in the single