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tv   Todays TMJ4 News Live at 1230PM  NBC  December 12, 2016 12:30pm-1:00pm CST

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thanks for joining us this afternoon. i'm vince vitrano. if you're just joining us-- here's a look at your today. the presidential recois about 95-percent complete in wisconsin. every county must finish by tomorrow. the state needs to certify the recount results by wednesday.. to ensure that congress recognizes wisconsin's 10 electoral votes. tomorrow.. president elect donald trump and vice president-elect "mike pence" will bring the "thank you" tour to state fair park in west allis.the two will speak at "the wisconsin state fair expo center" starting at 7 p-m. doors open at 4 p- milwaukee common council members will hold a session today to educate residents
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quality. the event is called "the science of lead in water & lessons learned". yanna lambrinidou is a nationally recognized expert on lead in water will address attendees and answer questions. the session starts at 5:30 p-m.. at the social development
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nearly 30-million people now in the grip of a dangerous winter storm.thousands of flights, plane even skidding off a snowy runway in detroit.roads, littered with accidents.cold temperatures set to get even colder.and with cold rain expected to follow - nbc's kristen dahlgren reports.. you may want to in the northeast...snow piling
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dreading it."coast to coast...snow and freezing rain - impacting millions -- in at least six midwest states... more than a foot of minnesota - icy roads - resulted in hundreds of crashes and dozens of injuries. some truck drivers in oregon -- stuck in place for 3 days -- their big rigs surrounded by ice.truck driver mos:"i've been driving for 21-years//one of the worst ice storms i've seen coming down the gorge"this tree in portland...tumbling down - without power... in detroit's metro airport...a scary moment for 724 we just went into the grass evacuated after a delta plane slid off a snow-covered runway - while landing...the bad weather also forcing the cancellation of thousands of flights sunday. a headache for travelers..and likely only the beginning - with temperatures expected to drop..some areas -- getting crushed with snow -- but some folks are taking
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snow i wouldn't live in cleveland. outside cleveland - nearly 33-inches recorded. "normally we're teased by mother nature a little bit, a few inches here or there but 30 plus inches here //i had to myself." temperatures in the northeast are expected to be dangerously cold in the coming days... more news now-- a-t-f officials are finished with their investigation at the site of the warehouse fire in oakland, california. the december 2nd fire at the so called "ghostship" warehouse killed 36 people. the cause of the fire is still not known. a- t-f officials are expected to announce their findings tomorrow. the pulse nightclub hosted victims, survivors, family members and staff members in a personal moment of silence. it's been six months since the shooting that killed 49 people. some survivors returned to the club for the vigil. the group gathered behind closed doors to pay respect to the lives lost. many lining up early in the morning outside of the club.
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up and speaking their names and we're never going to let them be forgotten here in orlando and across the globe two more vigils will be held later today-- one at the orlando history center and then other at pulse. more babies in the u-s are addicted to opioids at birth. researchers at the university of michigan tracked the number of infants diagnosed with opioid withdrawal over the past decade. in 2013, 21- percent of newborns born addicted to opioids were rural areas-- up from about 13- percent in 2004. experts say there is a huge need to improve access to drug prevention and treatment programs in more remote four major retailers have been slapped with lawsuits over alleged "fake" sales. j-c-penney, sears, macy's and kohl's have been hit with lawsuits by the los angeles city attorney's office. they claim the retailers had quote "false reference pricing" that misled customers into thinking they were scoring big
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purchased. the retailers have declined to comment. and if you still need to wrap up your holiday shopping... free shipping day is this friday. currently there are more than 900 merchants participating this year... promising christmas eve delivery and no minimum purchase. to check out who is participating, log on to free shipping day dot com. a rare guitar owned by jimi hendrix is one of a number of items set to go on auction as part of bonham's annual entertainment sale later which hendrix purchased second-hand for 25 dollars in new york city, is expected to sell for up to 150-thousand dollars. the rock legend first got the used guitar in 19-51. "it was actually the guitar he owned for the longest period, which was three years and because it's an acoustic guitar, it is quite likely that he composed some of his songs on it. it's something that he kept very dear to him. we have a photo of him playing an identical guitar and we're
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custom-made cloud guitar--used on tour in 1993--also up for auction. it's expected to sell for up to 38-thousand still ahead - we'll get a look at the markets this afternoon... and -- holiday help. what capuchin community services is asking for this christmas... and what families must do... before they are selected to get this special
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i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler
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to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for
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taking a look at the market right now...dow:nasdaq: capuchin community services will again help thousands of families in our area have a nicer christmas... with a meal and toys for the kids. they still need our help to make it happen. father bob is back with us again this year... and
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for more information on how to drop of new toys... or to make an easy... online donation... ...we've set up a link on our webstite... getting a little sunshine today... ...but not warming us up much. enjoy it... brian gotter has co the way. which days the highs... won't even reach double digits... next in the
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here's your prime time lineup on tmj4. the now milwaukee at 6:30. followed by "the voice" and "timeless" then it's more local news on live at ten. star war fans are excited about the premier of "rogue one." but one guy is taken his fandom to a whole new level. he's built a huge, backyard model of an weaponized carrier used in the "star wars" movies. but one is a playhouse for his son. his team recreated every detail - each joint and plate in the small model is replicated in
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>> jennifer: i'm so sorry. excuse...eve. >> eve: jennifer. you, uh, are in a hurry today. >> jennifer: yeah, um... i-i need to get home. >> brady: get home with those pills, jenn? >> jennifer: eve, what are you doing back in salem? i thought that you were, uh, living in new york and going to school and... >> eve: i'm not going to school. i'm teaching at a conservatory. but i came home to... look after my, uh, little sister's baby boy. >> jennifer: uh, yes, we--we need to be there for tate


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