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plus: call it a holiday headache! your "travel forecast" is in this morning-- we'll tell you the ?worst days? to leave-- if you're heading out to visit family or friends later this month. parental perks! the company giving new parents a little extra ?paid time off to spend with their new born before going back to work. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... despite some sunshine, yesterday struggled to get out of the 20s, and wind chills were ithe teens with winds gusting to 30 mph. this morning is cloudy and cold with flurries, and lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits as the brisk
cloudy with flurries, winds gusting to 30 mph, and highs only in the mid to upper 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits all day. tonight remains mostly cloudy, breezy and cold with lows near 20 and wind chills in the single digits. we are following breaking news right now.milwaukee police are on the scene of a double homicide near 107th and appleton.police reporting a man and woman were killed and children were in the home.ann sterling is live at the scene now.
morning. neighbors heard screams followed by numerous gun shots.they called police. when police arrived they say they found a man and woman dead inside a bedroom -- police say both were shot multiple times.officers also discovered two children hiding inside the home.at this time - - we know the children are with police and are not teenager, the other is around 10 years old.all we know about the 2 victims, is they are in their mid 30's. right now police are still investiging and n't know if there is one suspect or more than one. happening today - the second shooter involved in the death of little laylah petersen will
was sitting with her grandfather inside a house near 58th and fairmount when arlis gordon, along with carl barrett, started shooting through the front window. according to police... the men targeted the wrong home. barrett has already been sentenced to 65 years in prison. new developments in the case of brendan dassey. his attorneys have filed a motion in federal appeals court, urging judges to affirm the lower-court ruling that overturned dassey's conviction in the murder of teresa halbach. in august, a judge threw out the conviction, saying dassey's rights had been violated. the milwaukee county medical examiner claims he was threatened by the milwaukee county sheriff. doctor brian peterson sent email to the county executive.. exposing details of the phone conversation in which he claims to have been, quote, "verbally pummeled" by sheriff david clarke. peterson outlines three issues clarke addressed -- two regarding an inmate death, and another about a death of an elderly
heated conversation. now, the county executive is asking for a copy. "obviously it's very upsetting to hear any kind of allegation about this kind of behavior." "we absolutely want to get to the bottom of this," said baldauff. sheriff clarke will ?not? run the department of homeland security. president-elect donald trump has chosen retired marine general john kelly for that job. reportedly still being considered for other positions wiin the trump administration search teams in indonesia are worked with their bare hands... loinsurvivors of yesterday's earthquake.the death toll from the magnitude six-point-five quake is now over 100. volunteers and nearly 15- hundred rescue personnel meanwhile are concentrated on the nearby hard-hit town of
assessment teams are also fanning out to other areas affected.officials said more than eight-thousand people spent last night in shelters. no tsunami warnings or advisories were issued. the city of milwaukee shut down a warehouse living space - after a deadly fire in oakland -- california -- that had fire hazards and blocked exits. the building is in the brewers hill neighborhood and is currently about 50 percent occupied by legal er space. about four years ago -- the city learned that dozens of people were living there illegally in artistic-work spaces. within a month -- those people moved out following city orders. right now -- that questionable space is either empty or used as storage. t in the spring -- a developer will be tang over and renovating the entire building into luxury apartments and office space. the presidential recount he in wisconsin is nearing completion... although the results haven't changed much.
where the recount effort stands this morning. according to state election officials... the recount here in wisconsin is 70% finished. so far... democrat hillary clinton has cut into republican donald trump's election night win by 82 votes. heading into the recount... trump's lead was by more than 22-thousand tes. green party candidate jill the recount - has gained 60 votes. steinrequested the recount based on concerns about glitches in voting machines.... even through there was no evidence of that. wisconsin's elections comission says the recount has turned up mostly human errors. for instance: voters in marinette county were given the wrong kind of pens to fill out their ballots with. stein's campaign also requested a recount in the state of michigan - which trump won by jusunder 11- thousand votes. but the deral judge who ordered the
decision. didyesterday night... after the michigan appeals court ruled stein isn't elligible to seek a recount. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...travel nightmare? just how many travelers will be flying home for the holidays and a look at the worst days-- to fly this year! and later: awkward exchange!some of the most unusual, uncomfortable gi over the holiday season! and taking a live look
developing news out of tennesse - officials say two juveniles have been charged in connection with last month's deadly wildfires. their identities have not been released.. we charged with aggravated arson... and could face additional charges later.14 people were killed and more than 130 were injured in last month's wildfires... over 1- thousand structures were destroyed. in the coming days, a judge will determine whether to grant bond to the two suspects. on the agenda today.. a trip to ohio state university by the president-elect.the school suffered a tragedy 10-days ago when a student intentionally drove his car into a group of
knife.he was shot and killed by a campus police officer.mr. trump will meet with victims of the attack and first responders. senate minority leader harry reid is retiring ijanuary... and today his portrait will be unveiled.reid has led democrats in the senate for nearly 12-years -- eight of those as majority leader.this afternoon he will be joined by his successor chuck schumer... house democratic leader nancy pelosi... and senate leader mitch mcconnell.. beyond wisconsin - mexican and u-business aders met in mexico tbuila case fofree trade between the two countries. mexico and the united stes are major trading partners.last year, the amount of goods and services exanged totaled over 500-billion dollars. yesterday officials got together to build a case for economic integration... looking ahead to the impact of a donald trump presidency. former u-s senator and
was admitted last week to the james cancer hospital in columbus.we don't know his condition this morning. as an astronaut, glenn was the first american to orbit earth, doing so in 19-62.then at the age of 77... he returned to space... serving as a crew member aboard space shuttle discovery. a united, launch alliance, delta 4 rocket successfully blasted off from cape canaveral yesterday.it's carrying the military's highest capacity satellite ever... the wideband global satcom 8.the satellite will remain in orbit over 20-thousand miles above the equator. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together. despite some sunshine, yesterday struggled to get out of the 20s, and wind chills
gusting to 30 mph. this morning is cloudy and cold with flurries, and lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits as the brisk wind gusts to 25 mph. today is cloudy with flurries, winds gusting to 30 mph, only in the mid to upper 20s. wind chills will be in the single digits all day. tonight remains mostly cloudy, breezy and cold with lows near 20 and wind chills in the single digits.friday is partly cloudy, breezy and cold with morning lows in the teens, highs in the low 20s, and a
in today's health - school cafeterias have a reputation for serving foods high in fat, sugar and sodium.but many schools are successfully meeting the latest nutrition standards.a new report reveals ?90-percent of cafteria directors had adopted at least one practice to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables kids eat -- like adding salad bars.but the most common challenge has been
... and increasing whole grains. having a positive attitude isn't just helping people live a happier life.. but a longer one too. researchers at harvard university tracked 70- thousand women.those who were optimistic ... had a 30- percent lower risk of early death.in fact, optimism even protected women from dying of cancer, heart disease, stroke, and infection. ikea is expand parental leave for all of its workers. starting january first...both salaried and hourly workers can get up to four months of paid leave.the swedish furniture maker is set to open its first wisconsin store in 2018 in oak creek. an 85-dollar leather-wrapped stone -- yes, you heard that right... it's a rock... it has sold out at nordstrom.the smaller version for 65-dollars... is also out of
rock now.....according to nordstrom... it's a "smooth los angeles-area stone -- wrapped in rich, vegetable- tanned american leather secured by sturdy contrast back-stitching." still ahead this still ahead still ahead this morning...price hike: why one ?major household item will cost you a little more cash-- in the coming year. sprinting-- to the cell phone store. but not for a great deal. why your kids might start asking you to take them
you to start taking them to sprint stores... but they won't be looking for a cell phone.starting monday-- sprint stores will turn into pokestops and gyms.pokemon go players will be able to collect in-game items to help advance their game.plus there will be a go-to location where players can take pokemon into battle against other pokemon at sprint-sponsored gyms. millions of people love to binge-watch netflix then take a break.the entertainment
stopped watching netflix for three days before starting a new series.and the other 61-percent watched a movie. coming up: premier attraction!just how much money the milwaukee county zoo-- is making for southeast wisconsin!plus... major renovations!when milwaukee's lakeside music venue-- will get some new live at daybreak is next.
and later -- harley hiring! how ?you can get a job with one of the milwaukee's premier companies-- and the ?type of work available now you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. let's start check of weather and traffic together... despite some sunshine, yesterday struggled to get out of the 20s, and wind chills were in the teens with winds gusting to 30 mph. this morning is cloudy and cold with flurries, and lows in the teens and wind chills in the single digits as the brisk