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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, windy and cold with highs in the 20, winds gusting to 30 mph, wind chills in the single digitsnd flurries. winter is here! the wind diminished overnight, the teens, wind chills remain in the single digits. we get to enjoy more sunshine today under a partly cloudy sky, but it will be breezy and cold with highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 15 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens
incident freetypical friday commute dry roadslight traffic speeds at or above posteddrive times mostly on time thisgo ?significant snowfall driving in this weekend. ann sterling has some tips-- to keep you safe on the road. this is a good time to remind ourselves of all those winter driving techniques that we probably haven't thought about for months first off do you have your emergency kit in your car? including a mobile phone charger -- blankets -- flashlight and extra batteries. a sack of sand -- or traction mats -- windshield scraper and brush -- battery booster cables; and emergency flares
their tires -- antifreeze ... to make sure it will withstand the winter cold.windshield wipers and battery.this weekends snow is expected to impact roads.remember when you see flashers -- slow down and move over a lane if possible before starting out in snowy weather -- remove the snow from the entire car so it doesn't blow onto your windshield or the windshields of other drivers. drive with your low-beam headlights.watch for icy surfaces on bridges and intersections, even when the rest of the road seems to be in good condition. cruise control if the roads are wet, slick or snow packed. remember, it takes longer to stop on icy and snow-covered roads.so give yourself extra time to maneuver. increase your following distance wisconsin's historic recount of its november 8th presidential votes is nearing
live in waukesha county to explain where things stand this morning.. here in waukesha county we expect to get final numbers for the recount as soon as today. in milwaukee county... the clerk says it finished up its recount of last month's presidential votes yesterday evening. althoguh according to the wisconsin elections commission's website... the recounts in both milwaukee county and still listed as "in process." the elections comission says about 82 percent of ballots across wisconsin have now been re-counted. democrat hillary clinton has gained 61 votes on republican, president-elect donald trump. you may recall... trump won by more than 22-thousand votes here in wisconsin on election night. the state has set a monday night deadline for the recount to be completed. federal law requires it be finished by
live...pz... tmj4 a court hearing takes place in philadelphia today to decide if the state's presidential votes should be subject to a recount.court documents on behalf of green party presidential candidate jill stein call pennsylvania's voting system a "national disgrace" that uses, quote, "vulnerable, hackable, antiquated techno quote.the count on election night awarded the state's 20 electoral votes to donald trump. with just weeks left until president-elect donald trump is inaugurated.. a new pew research poll shows 40-percent of americans approve of his cabinet choices and other appointments. that's at least 18 points lower than the previous four president- elects. 35-percent of americans said trump would be a good or great president. it's worth noting... virtually all the polls also predicted
south korean lawmakers have voted to impeach president park geun-heh. a stunning fall for the country's first female president. the vote followed revelations of a corruption scandal. opponents said park colluded with a longtime friend to extort money from companies and to give that confidante extraordinary sway over government decisions. park's impeachment was passed by a vote of 236 opposed, with nine invalid votes and abstentions.which is far more than the necessary two-thirds support. new this morning-- a sheboygan county sheriff's deputy-- involved in an overnight rollover crash. check out this video-- you can see the squad flipped over and broke through a guard rail. crews had to use a saw-- to get the deputy out. we're told the deputy may have been rear-ended right before this happened. we've got calls out-- and we'll bring you more when we get it.
craigslist... the glendale police department has set up new... safe...spaces to make the transaction.there are designated areas both inside ?and outside the station. both are under video more people continue passing through the gates at mitchell international airport the airport reported 580-thousand travelers passed through gates in october... up more than four percent from last year. that makes an increase in passengers 9 out of the first 10 months of the year. frontier... delta an southwest have all added new flights this year to destinations including san diego... seattle and phoenix. coming up on coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4... mystery donor.. what the person dropped in a salvation army bucket in mukwonago.. and how much it could be worth.and still ahead.. new technology..
yesterday was cloudy, windy and cold with highs in the 20, winds gusting to 30 mph, wind chills in the single digitsnd flurries. winter is here! the wind diminished overnight, but with lows in the teens, wind chills remain in the single digits. we under a partly cloudy sky, but it will be breezy and cold with highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 15 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and a light breeze. the salvation army is gearing up for it's biggest annual event. the milwaukee christmas meal is coming up -- over eight thousand people will be
served salvation army across the nation. a rare gold coin was dropped into a red kettle in mukwonago last weekend. it was placed in the red kettle at the walmart on east wolf run. the coin was minted in the collector item's first year, making it even more valuable. "this coin was first printed in 1978 and that happens to be the date on this coin. they didn't make many. it's from south africa." the coin could be worth up to 12-hundred the all new 'a christmas carol' continues its run tonight at the pabst theater. the milwaukee rep says the new production is the best selling show in its 41 year history. i am honored to have a vip walk on role in tonight's show. a few tickets are still available. just add "tmj4" in the coupon code to get a discount to tonight's show.
still ahead this morning: helping others.. the thoughtful act of two sisters to help those who just experienced tragedy.plus... coming up at 5:30.. how two girl scout groups are using their skills to bring a smile to the faces of foster kids this holiday season. today's tmj4 is also proud to partner with the hunger task force and raymond james investments on "home 4 the holidays." its a virtual food drive that provides all the ingredients for a holiday meal. just look for the "home 4 the
representatives from the f-a-a will be at chicago's o'hare and midway airports this morning to demonstrate new technology being introduced to the air traffic control next-gen, streamlines two-way co controllers and pilots by using digital information like texting instead of voice communication.the f-a-a says this simplifies and speeds up communication between the control tower and cockpit... which reduces travel delays. the attorney for alexandria duval says she will not fight extradition from new york to hawaii at a court hearing today.duval faces a second-degree murder charge for allegedly killing her twin
off a cliff in hawaii earlier this tragedy beyond wisconsin - a second georgia officer has died from wounds he suffered in a shootout two days ago. joday smith was responding to a domestic disturbance call as back-up to officer nicholas smarr. smarr died at the scene.. smith died this morning. as for the suspected gunman.. he died from a self inflicted wound while on the run. winter has arrived in full force - as an arctic blast hits walla, washington is waking up to just 16 degrees.and casper, wyoming is looking at a bone chilling 30 below....that's 44 degrees ?lower than normal... the south is also feeling the freeze.the polar vortex could pluge temperatures even lower next week parts of wisconsin are already getting hammered by heavy snowfall.the snow started falling early yesterday morning... and picked up after
getting hit the hardest. business owners up north say they're excited about the snow because it always helps tourism. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together. yesterday was cloudy, windy and cold with highs in the 20, winds gusting to 30 chills in the single digitsnd flurries. winter is here! the wind diminished overnight, but with lows in the teens, wind chills remain
to enjoy more sunshine today under a partly cloudy sky, but it will be breezy and cold with highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 15 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy and a light breeze.saturday is mostly cloudy and quiet for most of the day with highs in the mid 20s and a light wind, but snow showers move in after
heavier and widespread saturday night. there will be 2-3" of snow by saturday morning, and the snow continues into sunday evening with an additional 2-4" of accumulation by 7pm. highs will be near 30 with a light wind. light snow continues into monday morning, and total accumulations from this storm will be 5-8". incident freetypical friday commute dry roadslight traffic
it's a busy holiday season... and many forgo a good night's rest to tackle that to-do lists.but just because santa stays up all night... doesn't mean you have to. research shows that few of us get the recommended 7 to 9 hours a night.not getting enough sleep increases a person's likelihood for decreased alertness and a decline in memory... not to mention an increase of health risks. "linked to increased diabetes, high blood pressure, also there's connections to ineased ckroth all from not getting enough sleep." experts suggest it's fine to sleep in on the weekends... but don't over do it. it can mess with your body's sleep- wake cycle -- and make it more difficult to get up and going on monday. this cap may this cap may be the answer to reducing hair loss in cancer patients. here's how it works.. patients
treatments and lowers the temperature of the scalp.. in turn that reduces blood flow to the hair follicles.when it was tested on a group of about 100 breast cancer patients ... half had little to no hair loss after four rounds of chemotherapy. grab your towels and sunblock because the baywatch team is headed to a beach, or rather, a theater near you. paramount has released the first trailer for the "baywatch" movie. the comedy stars dwayne johnson, zac efron and plenty of running in slow motion. "bayh" may 19th, 20-17. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...stocking up.. which retailer plans to add more hatchimals this holiday season.. plus.. honoring john glenn.. how nasa paid tribute to the fallen astronaut.. before we head to break..
shoppers looking to get their hands on one of this year's must-have holiday toys may be able to find it at walmart. select stores will start getting shipment today through december 19th. you'll have to call your local walmart to find out when they're getting "we have lots of toys and they have nothing."these two little girls from indiana are raffling off their brand new victims in tennessee. their grandmother managed to snag them the toy.. but with all that's going on in gatlingburg they couldn't bear keeping the toy.the girls have raised about two-hundred dollars so far, but they're hoping to collect much more.the hatchimals will go to raffle winners, with the proceeds going to the red cross. coming up: coming up:gridiron showdown.. we hear from aaron rodgers and get his thoughts on the
sunday's plus... what other job, president-elect trump wants to take on in 20-17.more live at daybreak is next. and taking a live look outside.. [holiday music] can help them get out there. for families who love the great outdoors every season the only place to go this season is cabela's christmas sale. get $60 off a lew's speed spool casting reel and $200 off a pit boss 820 pellet grill. plus, don't miss saturday 8am doorbusters, where the first 250 in line receive a free giveaway. find great deals for everything on their list. shop in-store and online at cabelas.com. y2760y yvpy
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happening now-- and later -- when the president and vice president- elect will be making a stopping to thank the and... cruising to cuba. when ships will be taking off for the once forbidden-isle. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. let's start with a
together... yesterday was cloudy, windy and cold with highs in the 20, winds gusting to 30 mph, wind chills in the single digitsnd flurries. winter is here! the wind diminished overnight, but with lows in the teens, wind chills to enjoy more sunshine today under a partly cloudy sky, but it will be breezy and cold with highs in the low 20s, and a brisk wind to 15 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy and cold with lows in the teens and a light breeze. incident freetypical friday commute dry roadslight traffic speeds at or above posteddrive