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an approaching winter storm. old man winter hasn't just arrived, he is here with a vengeance!chief meteorologist >> reporter: old man winter is >> reporter: shiverring. >> reporter: old man winter is here with a vengeance. >> reporter: the wind chill advisory in effect until 10:00 in the morning thursday. we can see withs from 20-30 degrees below zero ton. waukesha, watertown, beef dam. 6 in milwaukee. we'll see below zero everywhere overnight.
we are watching another developing winter storm out over utah right now. that will be moving in the plains. the national weather service put out a winter storm watch for 2:00 friday to 6:00 saturday. another weekend snow from milwaukee to the north. you wake up in the morning hours and we are below freezing. plenty sunshine. i'll tell you how much snow we are going to few minutes. >> reporter: the city of milwaukee doing its part to keep warming centers open. if you are in need of shelter. the outreach team is looking for the homeless. there are 1,400 homeless in milwaukee at any given time.
facing wind chill well below zero. but some people must still be outside. >> reporter: careen was along them. >> reporter: we were in and out of the cold tonight and that's how most people are experiencing these temperatures. running to the store, filling up their gas tanks. but there are others who spend hours outside no matter how cold it gets nine hours, that's how long edward ross stood outside here. >> the kettle needs a body to ring the bell. he doesn't have a problem staying warm. >> the colder it gets, the more i put out. when i first started november 3 it was one pair of socks, the last two weeks, two pair of socks.
socks. you just get more on a cold day because they want to give more because they see you struggling for it. >> reporter: matt tries to stay positive. >> he's spreading christmas cheer. >> reporter: working in a christmas tree lot has taught him to wear layers. >> make sure to wear a lot of pairs of socks and underwear. >> reporter: kayla'size don't usually water this >> this is the first time i have been in this cold. >> the parking attendant says accept the weather. >> it's cold. it's how you make the paycheck. >> if you do have to be outside, health experts encourage to you cover as much of your body as you can. the less skin you expose, the better. >> it's good time to download
get it sent to your phone or mobile device. there is a personalized forecast and interactive radar. storm team 4 meteorologist came up with an experiment to show you the impact. there is a link right there on the home page. >> reporter: new information on the crash that killed a city sanitation work. it happened this morning. the city worker ended up between the truck and car. he was flown to the hospital where he later died. he's been identified as mark gates. he was also a pastor in racine. all activities were canceled there tonight as the congregation mourns. >> reporter: a missing lakeland university student has been found dead on campus. o'neill played on the football team.
missing since sunday. search effort ended today with the dive team checking a small campus pond. a tragedy in the midst of finals week. >> it's hard that he's gone. for me, lakeland football, lakeland university, it's hard. we are a big family, there is only 900 kids here. >> reporter: he was the backup quarterback. according to police he had last rm. his teammates got worried when he didn't so up later that night or the next morning. >> we looked he where for him. it was nerve-racking that he hadn't been back. >> reporter: he was quite but well liked >> he was a great kid. he has a lot of energy. he always tried to be a leader. >> reporter: o'neill was from
>> that's what he cared about and that's what he loved. >> reporter: police don't believe there was anything criminal about his death. >> the pond is 15 feet from the football field. he's so close to what he loved the most. >> reporter: counseling services are available for the student. aautopsy needs to be done to determine how o'neill died. >> reporter: dra lawmakers are calling for sheriff clark to be removed from office or resign because of recent deaths at the jail. they say the deaths are tied to quote his lack of supervision for his department. a spokesperson re-ride this response. he said he's bored with this democratic party fake news because he helped donald trump
heard shim speak at donald trump's thank you rally and hashtag make america great again. >> reporter: the sheriff's -- sheriff clark is invited to testify before the county boardf committee to talk about lawsuits. right now state law required outside investigation for deaths involving law enforcement officers, but not jail officers it's important to note if the resolution pass it would apply to the house of corrections but the board does not have power to require action from the sheriff's office involving inmate death investigations
>> on milwaukee's north side he hosted a bridge the gap discussion. the end game is the better relationship, understanding the issues that the youth have. a lot of times the youth will keep things bottled up. when we are trying to get them to open up about and issues, and the only way to start work on solutions, we have to hear from them -- >> he says the issues will be put together in a report and presented to milwaukee police. >> it's not complicated. neighborhood children were given a $100 walmart gift card and their shopper in blue to make the holiday bright. >> this evening's exercise isn't
it isn't about the cold cash needed for the experience it's about good hearted cops willing to share the lesson of giving with the children they serve in district five. we couldn't help but think this night would long been remembered. >> i got to go around and look at different things. they are shopping for their families. that part makes sense to this child. watch her family open their gifts. >> it's a surprise they never had before. i got some stuff they never had before. some stuff they have got from knee. >> reporter: but watch the quopts kids, smiling and wrapping the gifts it's clear they are loving this, too. >> it's an awesome feeling. if you ask some of these officers, they wanted to give their time and participate in this.
up here today. >> what a heartbreaking tale calling attention to an important charity. >> reporter: grieving parents share the tale of losing a son to cancer. >> reporter: why some families are blowing up holiday budgets, they are learning about putting money away. "the tonight show" is next. re preview. >> arnold arnold schwarzenegger
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cash in milwaukee. they were gifting with savings accounts while enjoying fun activities. the money kids saved will be matched. >> the organization raising more than $60 million during its annual community fundraising campaign. our susan kim hosted the announcement this evening. a west bend family lost their teenaged son to bone shannon i ams reports. pictures of jose rivera show a healthy smiling young man. >> he played volleyball and baseball. >> reporter: when he began having leg pains his parents knew something wasn't right. doctors first thought he had a disease that caused the knee pain.
one expect wad they saw. >> when i heard cancer, i thought it can't be my baby. >> the next few months were filled with fevers, and trips to and from the hospital and chemotherapy treatment. >> the way that his family and his friends and their parents and the community and the schools came together for him, it was unbelievable. >> reporter: to held basketball tournaments and fundraisers. >> he pulled the mask off and he said, mom, i love, an gave her a kiss, and he wrote her a note, he wrote i love you and they put his mask on him, and that was
learning he had cancer. since his death his mom and dad have struggled to find a new normal. >> i fight to get, i fight to put on this mask and i try to go about my day. >> but as they try to heal they take comfort in his message and his 8th grade graduation. >> reporter: over the course of this treatment jose used 28 units of blood. the community is holding a blood drive in his honor. that will take place september 22. if you would like more information we have a link at tmj4.com/links. you can support research for
tmj4. >> reporter: you can bid on a milwaukee brewers package signed by coach craig counsel. and enjoy batting practice on club-level seats for four. >> reporter: this is one of 25 items up for bid friday. it's a two-hour event from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. >> reporter: a chilly night tore window shopping on mill street. did i i meant some to say the landscape. it was covered with a brittle silence. john malan, now what? more snow? john: more snow, and the weekend is coming up, so it has to be a weekend snow. but let's start with that chill. the bone chilling chill. it already started. the wind chill advisory at 9:00. it returns to 10:00 thursday.
below zero. 7:00 in milwaukee. the wind speeds are still up there 2 miles an hour. 18 waukesha. west bend, 17 miles an hour. up in fond lake. 17 below zero is what it feels like with the wind chill temperature. waukesha 1 we'll be at the morning hours 32 below zero in some locations, so bundle the kid up in the morning hours and yourself going to work. by later in the day the withs diminish somewhat. 2 below in milwaukee. this will be the first below zero temperature this year so
skies are clear, that helps the heat to escape, what is around with all the snow on the ground. as we pull out for you. watch what's going on out to the west. a large low pressure system developing over the intermountain region. that one rolls out and start to affect us friday into saturday. winter storm watches have been posted from 2:00 friday to 6:00 saturday afternoon. know good chance we'll see a winter weather advisory. general-9 ins. this one has been a little bit of fine-tuning. but lesser amounts to the south of the area. then cold again. check out the forecast for the packer game in chicago. that is your noontime temperature. so chilly air settles in, high
in the day. we could see bawrs of light snow then this area of snow start to develop across the central and southern part of the state for friday night and into saturday. 2 below descree with 8 below, wind chills 30 below. tomorrow we'll see sunshine with increasing clouds in the afternoon. withs to 25 blow. -- 25 below. friday 24 degrees with a burst of snow which will be a dusting or less. accumulating snow hits later in the afternoon. the 7-day forecast including snow continuing into saturday. all the way up to 26. sunday back down to 3. that's the coldest day. but the good news into next week. by tuesday we are 26 with sunshine.
play with the pain. i had to, you know, gut it out through some difficult pain. and obviously it's slowing me down with some of the stuff i'm good at. moving outside the pocket. but it will be about pain management sunday. but the good thing is you'll be throughout and ready to go. >> reporter: rogers is earning a lot of respect in the locker pain. >> hurt, whatever it may be for his case, he will go out there and clinch it. and he will play better than any other quarterback in the league. so i take 126 everybody. >> rogers says he will be ready to goaf sunday against the bears. the question is how much of his
normally the soldier field follies are about the poor playing condition of the playing surface. sunday it might be 1 below at kickoff. >> i'm not sure you ever get used to that weather. but it takes tough-minded people to deal with it. but we'll practice with it tomorrow. then it will be as close to game time conon
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