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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 and a light breeze. now-- let's take a look at your roads.. incident freedry roadsbuilding trafficspeeds at or above
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allis and the zoo interchange over night starting at 10 and going till 7 am new this morning.a sheboygan county if 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. susan talked with the sheboygan county sheriff's office early this morning... they said it's kohler police who are investigating. we're working to get you more information. we're following developing news out of waukesha county.. where a car ran through a garage.it happened last night near near sawyer road and
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flight for life was called to the scene. the car has been pulled from a garage. we do not know how many people were hurt or the extent of their injuries. we'll keep you updated online at tmj4 dot com. breaking news overnight - 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 extort money from companies and to give that confidante extraordinary sway over government decisions. park's impeachment was passed by a vote of 236 for and 56 opposed, with nine invalid votes and abstentions.which is far more than the necessary two-thirds support. wisconsin's historic recount of its november 8th presidential votes is nearing completion. pete zervakis is live in waukesha county to
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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 waukesha county are still listed as "in process." the elections comission says about 82 percent of 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 tuesday.
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live...pz... tmj4 new fundraising reports show donald trump spent about 94 million dollars in his final push for the white house. that's less than democratic rival hillary clinton.her campaign blew through almost 1- hundred-32 million dollars in its closing weeksover the course of the election season... the trump campaign raised about 340 million dollars which includes 66 milwaukee's downtown skyline is getting a 1-hundred-37 million-dollar addition. bmo harris bank plans to build a new 25-story office tower. these are renderings of the projectt. it'll be built across the street from city hall.construction is expected to begin next fall with completion in december the salvation army is gearing up for it's biggest annual event the milwaukee christmas family fest meal is coming up
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feast will feed more than eight thousand people on christmas day. it is the largest meal of its kind served by the salvation army across the nation. check this out... a one of a kind donation at one of the salvation army's red kettles in mukwonago someone dropped in a rare gold coin. the south african coin could be worth up to 12 hundred dollars. the salvation army still needs lots of volunteers for this holiday season.there's a couple ways to sign up.... you can call the volunteer hotline... or bells dot org. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--as the temperatures continue to drop.. what you should have in your car if you don't already.. then -- white out.. how many cars were involved in this crash and what made it difficult for rescue crews on
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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 overnight, but with lows in 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
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cold with lows in the teens and a light breeze. this is a good time to remind ourselves of all those winter driving techniques that we probably haven't thought about for months now. 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 or reflectors.also -- triple a is reminding drivers to check
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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.never use control et packed. remember, it to stop on covered so give extra time to maneuver. following distance beyond wisconsin this morning... crews in ohio working to open lanes back up on a busy interstate interstate 90 remains closed this morning in both directions after a 50 car pile up. it happened yesterday afternoon in nearly white out conditions. multiple people were hurt as cars and trucks piled on top of each other. frigid temperatures are making it tough on crews trying to clean up the area. officials in oakland still
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killed 36 people could have been prevented. they admit the building hasn't been inspected in 30 years.the city's fire chief says budget cuts and hiring freezes hampered the department's prevention efforts.we still don't know what exactly caused the fire... there are speculations a refrigerator may have sparked the finding a new normal this morning for residents of gatlinburg tennessee ... after massive wildfires all but destroyed the tourist co reopen to the public today. last week's fire killed more than a dozen people while injuring more than 130 others. two juveniles are facing charges of aggravated arson for the fire up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--digital christmas.. the unique experience being offered at select malls that allows people to travel right to santa's doorstep.also-- a new cancer research bill is on president obama's desk.. how it could help those fighting
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kisses deluxe chocolates. with a whole roasted hazelnut, delicate crisps and layers of rich, creamy chocolate, they're twice the size of the kisses chocolates you love.
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with snow on it's way this weekend... snow boarders and skiers are patiently waiting to hit the slopes. they won't have to wait too much longer.... little switzerland in slinger, and nordic mountain in wild rose open today. crews have been making
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for the holiday rush. sharpen those skates...crews have been spraying down the rink at red arrow park. once they're finish the ice rink will be open to the public. the rink will hopefully be done before the holiday hoopla at slice of ice in red arrow park next week. the kids can take a photo with santa, plus there's live holiday music, free drink samples and free giveaways-- to the first 100 visitors.the event is next thursday, from four to seven. now to your weather and traffic together... th meteorologist brian gotter. 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
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overnight, but with lows in 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. cold with lows in the teens 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 4pm saturday, and become
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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 accumulations from this storm
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now-- let's take a look at your roads.. incident freedry roadsbuilding trafficspeeds at above posteddrive times mostly on time watching the interstate north of the zoo and marquette interchanges drive times aren't too bad coiming up i've
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and goes for a whole year santa claus is getting a tech upgrade this holiday season.a new kind of experience is transporting families f doorstep.it's all thanks to dreamworks who developed what's called "adventure to santa"...for 14 locations worldwide.. on this experience you're not just making a stop at the mall youre actually getting on a ride that takes you all the way to the north pole to visit santa where he lives" and of course santa is at these location... but there are no lines to visit him. parents can pre-register for a certain time so santa knows
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a multi-billion dollar bill to boost federal spending for medical research on cancer and other diseases is headed to president obama's desk.the 21st century cures act would push the government to spend six-point-three billion dollars on research to cure diseases... as well as address the mental health crisis and opioid epidemic in the country. president obama is expected to sign the legislation into law. the surgeon general is sounding the alarm on e- cigarettes.the nation's top doctor among the most commonly used form of tobacco for u-s teens...e-cigarette use among high school students increased by nine-hundred-percent from 2011 to 2015. the surgeon general is calling for immediate legal action such including e-cigarettes in smoking bans and increasing taxes on e-cigarette products. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --new summerfest headliner: the singer planning to hit the stage at "the big
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also-- a summerfest regular receives a gift from an unlikely source.. why it was
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at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've always believed the holidays should be about joy. where days are filled with magic, not madness.
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another major announcement for this year's summer fest is coming soon. tom petty will be headlining at the marcus amphetheater. summerfest hasn't made the official announcement but petty's tour website lists two dates at the marcus amphitheater, july 5 & 6. summerfest's website just has a teaser saying "tomorrow" with a tom petty quote from his song "running down a dream" "there's something good waitg christmas came early for one summerfest regular.after completing a national tour... milwaukee musician trapper schoepp came home to quite a surprise... get this... a 100 year old baby grand piano gifted to him by a fan. scheopp says a piano like this... has been on his wishlist for quite sometime. schoepp... who also teaches music.... released a new
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 --crossing the aisle.. which democrat donald trump is interviewing for his cabinet today.. also-- pete zervakis has an update on the recount efforts in wisconsin.. how many ballots are left and
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happening now-- now at 6:30-- now at 6:30-- business? why ?a government shutdown-- could happen at 12-01 tomorrow morning and what lawmakers can do today to stop it. then -- honoring a space pioneer. what milwaukee's own astronaut james lovell says about the first man to orbit the earth-- john glenn... and the legacy he's left behind. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak.
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vince vitrano. let's get a look at your weather and traffic together-- with storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. 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 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
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now-- let's take a look at your roads.. incident freedry roadsbuilding trafficspeeds at or above posteddrive times mostly on time big changes starting sunday at 10:30 til november 2017 other closures just for sunday into monday from 10 to 5 in waukesha and milwaukee
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there's some serious business that comes along with these colder conditions--- including trickier driving conditions. so this is a good time to remind ourselves of all those winter driving techniques that we probably haven't thought about for months. these tips courtesy of triple a. 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 or reflectors.also -- triple a is reminding drivers to check their tires -- antifreeze ... to make sure it will withstand
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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.never use cruise control if the roads are wet, slick or snow packed. remember, it takes longer to stop on covered roads.so give yourself extra time to maneuver. increase your following dice they say he has remorse. he has no remorse. he has remorse for being caught more than two years after laylah petersen was shot and killed... a third and final person involved in her death has been sentenced. 24 year old arlis gordon sentenced to thirty years in prison. petersen was killed back in 2014. another suspect was sentenced to 65 years last week. about 82 percent of last month's election ballots in
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re-counted. that's the latest word from the state elections commission about the recount effort. pete zervakis is live in waukesha to update the recount efforts there. the process of recounting ballots - and reporting the results - has hit the home stretch here in waukesha county. the same is true in milwaukee county... where the clerk says all ballots have now been counted. although according to the wisconsin elections commission... the recount efforts in both waukesha county and remain "in process." so perhaps all the votes have been counted... but the state hasn't officially published the full results. the elections commission says 82 percent of votes across the state had been re-counted as of last night. you may remember that on election night republican donald trump defeated democrat hillary clinton by more than 22- thousand votes. clinton has so
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the state is hoping to have the recount done monday night. live...pz... tmj4 a government shutdown looms this morning after senate democrats threaten to delay a short term spending bill. the stopgap spending measure must be approved by the senate by midnight tonight to keep the government op democrats in the senate, are objecting. they say they want a better deal for thousands of retired coal miners who are set to lose their health benefits at the end of the year.the spending bill extends the miners' health coverage for four months, which the democrats argue is not enogh. if democrats move to slow down approval of the spending measure over the issue, it could lead to a shutdown of the government beginning on saturday. donald trump crossing the aisle today... interviewing a democrat for a possible cabinet position. trumps looking at indiana senator joe
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spot. still no word on what spot that actually is. manchin would be the lone demorcrat in trump's cabniet. trump's thank you tour -- is heading through west allis next week. both he and vice- prelect mike pence will stop at the wisconsin state fairgrounds on tuesday. the event starts at seven. doors open at four. the all new 'a christmas carol' continues its run tonight at the pabst theater. the milwaukee rep says the new production is the best susan will be there with a 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 up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--he was the first american to orbit the earth. this morning we're honoring
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a local astronaut on his relationship with the man who helped fuel america's
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yesterday was cloudy, windy and cold with highs in the 20,
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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 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 and a light breeze. our nation is saying goodbye to american hero john glenn this morning. the former u-s senator and the first american to orbit the earth died yesterday.glenn made history
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three-orbit flight in a cramped space capsule called friendship 7.he later served for nearly a quarter-century as a u-s senator.in 1998, he returned to space at age 77, becoming the oldest person to ever do so.john glenn was 95. the death of glenn hit home for many astronauts... including milwaukee's own jim lovell. we caught up the former astronaut in an exclusive interview. lovell spoke of john glenn as a stand out among the original mercury astronauts.when asked ho lovell said glenn should be remember as someone who changed the course of history. 17:44:29- i think the world should remember him as a pioneer as somebody who was did some of the initial exploration of a new science (:09) like john glenn--- jim lovell was born in ohio. still, he spent his formative years here in milwaukee and graduating from juneau high. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4. the ageless rock star who's out-running
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is talking about this morning. then -- wisconsin winters mean coldd ars anslow heaters. ley police say you should not your car warm up without you behi the whee . ? life can be . but with crayola color wonder... it doesnave to be. n't you wishife uld be this mess-free? color wonder. find it in the crala ale.
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snow plows in north dakota still trying to clear roads this morning after a huge snow storm earlier this week. however... residents say the crews aren't working fast enough... becuase many of them still can't get out of their driveway.many roads around the fargo area remain under at least two feet of snow. it's a good time for private contractors with plows... who residents are now turining to for help. no matter how cold it gets.... police warning people not to leave cars idling this cars left running are prime targets for theives.the city of milwaukee actually has an ordinance prohibiting people from allowing their cars to warm up unattended during cold weather. now to your weather and traffic together... with
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now-- let's take a look at your roads.. incident freedry roadsbuilding trafficspeeds at or above
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"baywatch" surfs into theaters may 19th. president-elect donald trump wants to keep his side job on the reality show "the apprentice." n-b-c and trump's campaign say he will remain as an executive producer for the show, even after he becomes president.trump hosted the show for 14 seasons.some worry the move could be a conflict of interest for n-b-c. in the meantime, season 15 starts january second and will be hosted by former california governor a "jeopardy" contestant achieved her dream of appearing on the show but sadly will not see it air. 41 year old cindy stowell passed away earlier this week after a long battle with cancer.the episode featuring stowell is scheduled to air on tuesday. only a handful of staffers, including host alex trebek, knew she was sick. cindy's parents are asking for donations to the cancer research institute in cindy's name. when you're a rock legend...
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73 year old mick jagger who is becoming a father for the eighth time. . his 29-year- old girlfrind gave birth to a baby boy yesterday in new york city.jagger already has seven children ranging in age from 45 to 17.and in 2014-- jagger became a great-grandfather when his then 21-year-old granddaughter had a baby of still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four need to know before you start your day.including... deadline looming.how wisconsin is doing in the nation's historic recount of the presidential
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to know" this morning.it's a presidential recount wrap-up this morning. pete zervakis is live in waukesha county with a look ahead. the process of recounting ballots - and reporting the results - has hit the home stretch here in waukesha county. the same is true in milwaukee county... where the clerk says all ballots have now been counted. although according to the wisconsin elections commission... the recount efforts in both waukesha county and waukesha county
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been counted... but the state hasn't officially published the full results. the elections commission says 82 percent of votes across the state had been re-counted as of last night. you may remember that on election night republican donald trump defeated democrat hillary clinton by more than 22- thousand votes. clinton has so far picked up 61 votes. the state is hoping to have the recount done monday night. live...pz... tmj4 president elect donald trump continues his "thank you tour"-- zig louisiana and michigan today. mr. trump will be in west allis next week-- to thank voters in the badger state for their support. his tour comes-- as a new "pew research" poll shows just 41- percent of americans think he's doing a good job making cabinet picks. with snow on the way this weekend triple-a issued reminders that we probably all know... yet somehow rarely follow. experts encourage us all to put together an emergency kit for the car. they also suggest topping off your fluids, check your
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snowy conditions. and waiting is the hardest part, but now we know-- but now we know-- another headliner for summerfest. there's just a teaser on summerfest's website, but tom petty's website says his band is headlining at the big gig on july 5th and 6th. summerfest's website used the quote "there's something good waitin' down this road" from petty's song "running down a dream." incident free speeds at or above posted in some spots drive times mostly on time but minor delays are
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?? ?? good morning. mounting misery. snow and ice triggering deadly accidents across the country and al says if you think it's cold now, just wait. honoring an >> god speed, john glenn. >> tributes pour in for john glenn,he first american to orbit the earth. a space pioneer, patriot and politician. >> john glenn is one of the finest guys i knew. >> this morning we'll remember a true american hero. pushing back, president-elect donald trump defends picking a number of wealthy people to serve in his cabinet. >> why they can't have people of modest means? because i want people that made

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