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good morning--attacked in the middle of the day.. we hear from the victim who's mouth is wired shut. why she's so confused about what happened. plus... nationwide protests against a donald trump presidency continue for another nightand... honoring our veterans.. we take a look at how community members paid tribute to those who have risked it all fighting for our frm. live at good morning to you... this saturday, november 12th, i'm julia fello... we have a lot to get to this morning.. but first.. you're waking up to freezing temperatures this morning. here's meteorologist brian niznansky with a first check of your forecast. brian, good morning. it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far
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with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze
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new this morning... milwaukee police are searching for suspects after a man is shot and killed in riverwest. this happened near weil and meinecke just before one this morning. police are still looking into what lead up to the shooting. a woman is recovering this morning after being beaten while walking her dog in bay view, for no apparent reason. and questioning what happened. kate o'keefe was walking her dog thursday when she noticed a parked car on south clement avenue she'd never seen before. the driver stayed inside, and kate says a man and woman got out. 19:28:23- and they just kept getting closer and saying why is he aggressive and the man kind of leaned down to him and then the next thing i know he punched me in the face and i pick him up and scream and run
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kate says they didn't try to take anything from her. she questions if it was some sort of initiation. police are still looking for the a milwaukee woman is charged in connection with a hit- and-run crash that killed 5- year-old rickya langham.police say lesheba crow-der lied about her s-u-v being stolen. the criminal complaint says crowder's boyfriend was driving it when he struck the girl and drove off. he's been charges have also been filed against ruben tovar.he's accused of driving the car that struck and killed shelly jarvey as she crossed the street at 60th and norwich on monday. police say his license is suspended and his car isn't insured. a local d-j is accused of using a hidden camera to spy on women in a kenosha bar's bathroom. employees at sullivan's place say a customer noticed a pen on the bathroom floor and picked it
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and when they got it home they found out it was actually an electronic recording device. 161525142032 very violated . extremely violated. probably even more so because i did know him and i think that a lot of people here felt like he was a friend. 142041 according to the criminal complaint, surveillance video from inside the bar captured the moment the man set up his spy-pen. nationwide protests against the election of donald trump as our next president continue into the night..shots rang out on a bridge in portland, protesting. a person was shot.. but there's no update on their condition.this was the scene in san diego, california last night. protesters took to the streets to voice their displeasure with people who voted for trump. "wanted to provide a space specifically so our families and our parents and communities and our children and our students who are filled with anxiety, frustration, fear, anger over the past couple days can express themselves, give them
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protesters in atlanta, georgia are seen here burning the american flag in protest. more than 500 protesters came face-to-face with police officers during the protests. several downtown intersections were blocked during the march. police have not said if anyone was arrested. be sure to tune-in tomorrow morning for meet the press. nbc's chuck todd will be talking about president-elect donald trump's transition into the white house. that's at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. the flag hours after services were held to honor veterans nationwide. here in milwaukee.. army major micki simons returned to mitchell international airport. major simons was able to surprise her family who she had not seen in a year because she was stationed in the middle east. 56:24"i'm shaking because i know i'm home for a while now and i don't have to go anywhere,"major simons wants us all to remember those still deployed-- a senior ranking member of the
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native returns home to honor veterans. brigadier general brian winski grew up on the south side... and went to school at u-w milwaukee. winski served in desert storm and desert shield. he also commanded a battalion in iraq and was an operations officer in afghanistan. he is now operations director for the army and the pentagon. 18:08:01"from an early age, a lot of family members were in the military, they kind of inspired me to serve. i joined the wisconsin guard as soon as i could, i 17th birthday as a matter of fact." :11 the guest speaker at the veterans day banquet in milwaukee last night. it's homecoming in madison and this is certainly some great football weather we're having. the badgers will take on the university of illinois fighting illini at camp randall today. wisconsin is just three wins away from a chance at playing in the big ten title game. kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 this afternoon. coming up on live at daybreak:
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songwriter are remembering him after his death.. plus.. what caused an airport to be evacuated and how things are moving this morning..???? and as we head to break, here are our top stories from tmj4
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze
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neighbors and friends pay tribute to the late singer- songwriter leonard cohen on the greek island of hydra. cohen published several poetry collections while living on the greek island in the cohen began to get wide notice with his first album, "songs of leonard cohen," in 1968. he died thursday night at the age of 82. a suspicious package forces the evacuation a terminal at dallas fort worth airport yesterday. travelers were kept out of the area while police investigating. several hours later.. the investigation was complete and passengers could return to the area. investigators are not saying what was found.
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morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak...coming up in your wisconsin weekend.. a fun event for train enthusiasts of all ages.. plus how people in whitnall park plan to serve up a taste of fall.and, meteorologist brian niznansky is in next with your
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andy grammer helping get our saturday morning started.. brian niznansky will have your forecast in just a few moments... but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.america's largest operating model railroad show is back in milwaukee this weekend. trainfest features 70 detailed model railroads of all popular sizes. organizers say the event appeals to people of all ages. trainfest runs from 9 a- m until 5 p-m today at state
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the milwaukee theater summit is happening this afternoon at the marquette university helfaer theatre. the free event will give artists the opportunity to discuss the value and importance of the performing arts in wisconsin and around the world. that's from 2 until 4 today. flavors of fall is going on at the wehr nature center tonight from 5 to 7:30 p-m. there will be cheese tasting, a harvest stew sampling and silent auction. admission is 25 dollars per person. proceeds will benefit wehr's nature center is located in whitnall park. it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have
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today, gusting up to 20 mph. skies remain clear tonight with lows in the 30s. sunday looks sunny and warmer, but windy. the southwest wind may gust up to 30 mph on sunday as highs reach near 60 by the afternoon.nice weather continues much of next week as temperatures remain above normal. the work week starts with more sunshine on monday then just a slight chance of showers on tuesday. wednesday and thursday should be dry days before a stronger late ll friday. this next system could bring quite windy and soggy conditions next friday and saturday. this area of low pressure will likely be strong enough to draw in some cold canadian air. it just may be cold enough to see some snow mix in with the rain showers on saturday, especially just to our north and west, which would be right on cue for the start of the gun deer hunt
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breaking news now.. a silver alert has been issued in racine county for missing man wilfred rushford. police say he walked out of his home around midnight. he was last seen wearing a green hat, turquoise parka and blue
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call police at 262-886-2300 the tennessee national guard is giving an overhead view of what firefighters are facing as wildfires continue to burn the eastern part of the state. a level 3 state of emergency was declared yesterday in response to the continued threat of drought and wildfires state. six small explosions shook the earth around a volcano in shot more than 49-hundred feet into the air. peru's geophysical institute said the eruption of ash and gases caused particles to fall on neighboring communities. some people have already started to leave the region because due to the rumbling. new reports of public killings and other acts committed by isis against residents of mosul are surfacing.the united nations human rights office
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70 civilians in mosul this week. and the killings are just one part of a string of abuses coming to light in recent days. some said that more than 300 people have been buried in the area. two police officers are recovering after being shot along with a suspect in boise, idaho.police were combing the area for a fugitive believed to be involved in a double shooting, and possible car jacking earlier this week. it's unclear who fired the shots. the suspect died from his inju. on the officers' conditions this morning. protesters of the dakota oil pipeline have gone through three seasons so far.. but an even stronger challenge will be the winter months..the 3-point-7 billion dollar pipeline needs a permit from the army corps of engineers to drill under part of the missouri river... and the main source of drinking water for the standing rock sioux reservation. a north dakota woman spent her veterans day creating a unique display symbolizing a serious
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miranda schuler displayed 22 pairs of boots lined up in a row in front of her home. she says it represents the statistic that 22 veterans commit suicide each day under the weight of post-traumatic stress disorder or ptsd. "i really want to do something to bring awareness to ptsd and veterans' suicide. because prior to us losing steven, i really wasn't aware of how big of a problem it was." steven is miranda's brother who suffered from p-t-s-d and took his own life six years ago. still ahead.. while the badgers football team is ready for homecoming.. the men's basketball team tipped off their season last night.. lance allan tells us if they were able to pick up with win.. plus.. the milwaukee admirals have a great opportunity for military and veterans to see
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze
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for daybreak sports, i'm lance allan. the badgers goal is to have a happy me this afternoon at camp rdall. ((leo musso says as you guys know...anything else.)) milwaukee native craig counsell gets a 3 year contract extension from the brewers through the 2020 season.being from here, craig wants to restore the glory of the crew, and get back to the postseason as soon as possible. ((craig counseays i remember...our community.)) ((lance allan asks do you like...craig counsell says it's really simple for me.)) college basketball tips off. zak showalter comes out firing for wisconsin against central arkansas.nigel hayes dunked
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badgers sputtered with only a 12 point halftime lead.bronson koenig led the way with 16. wisconsin wins 79-47.marquette and vanderbilt in the veterans classic. former buck frank kornet's son luke with the 3. and brookfield central product riley lachance with the steal. which would lead to a dunk at the other end.but in this one, the golden eagles soar. haanif cheatham hits the 3. and sam hauser shows off his stroke. he had 14. marquette wins easy, 95-71.and how about uwm and msoe. the new look panthers under new lavall jordan. jeremian bell had 10 points off the bench. and then a nice drive by bryce barnes who had 8. milwaukee wins 88-58.and tonight, the bucks host memphis at the bmo harris bradley center while across the street, it's grand rapids and the admirals at the bmo harris bradley center.for daybreak sports, i'm lance
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toniis the bmo harris bradley center. there will be plenty of superhero themed items for fans to buy that you'll only find at the team store. tip off for tonight's game against the memphis grizzlies is scheduled for 7:30. the milwaukee admirals want to make sure all active duty military and veterans who come watch them play tonight don't have to pay a penny. the grand rapids griffins are in town to play the admirals at the u-w-m panther arena. the puck drops
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at tmj4 dot com with more information. still ahead.. we'll take a look at some of the top stories we're following for you this morning.. plus.. the selfless act of an m-c-t-s bus driver to help two young passengers.. here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up.at 7 it's dateline: nbc, followed by saturday night live at 9.then more local news on live at ten. and after that, it's a whole new episode of saturday nigh host.and a tribe called quest
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good morning, i'm julia fello. we'll have a check of your forecast in just a moment a woman is recovering this morning after being beaten while walking her dog in bayview, for no apparent reason.now she's nursing a broken jaw and questioning what happened. kate o'keefe was walking her dog thursday when she noticed a parked car on south clement avenue she'd never seen before. the driver stayed inside, and kate says a man and woman got out and attacked her.
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for suspects after a man is shot and killed in riverwest. this happened menicke and weil just before one this morning. police are still looking into what lead up to the shooting. nationwide protests against the election of donald trump as our next president continue into the night.. this was the scene in san diego, california last night. protesters took to the streets to voice their displeasure with people who voted for trump. taking a live look outside now.... it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around
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inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. a milwaukee county bus driver says her motherly instincts kicked in when she saw two small children walking alone on the northside of milwaukee. jeannie mitchell saw two young kids walking two young kids walking by themselves just steps away from the street. she knew something wasn't right so she stopped her bus
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15:45:35"i knew something was wrong15:45:49"they pointed in every direction, that was a cue that they were lost." 15:46:42"once the police showed up and did their part i felt a lot better, felt a lot better" the kids said they walked away from their babysitter, and were trying to go to their aunt's house. mitchell says she's glad that she was able to help them out. one of man's best friends first served his country protecting his fellow soldiers from bombs. but when his future after the military was unclear, two milwau officers stepped in. officer scott kaiser worked with zender in iraq and wanted to take him home.. but he didn't get along with kaiser's family dog. so.. officer craig leffler adopted him. the police department asked leffler if zender could become a k-9 officer for the department. 17:04::08 "he's doing a job he's trained to do, does it very well. he protected a lot of people in afghainstan and he gets to do it here in the city of milwaukee and gets to
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all the major milwaukee events including summerfest and all the presidential candidate visits. school leaders at pilgrim park middle school are warning parents after three coyotes were spotted near their school. the school sent out an email warning students not to take a trail through the woods to get to class. the elm grove police department is posting all the coyo sitings on its facebook page. in madison demostrators blocked part of the iv parade...they were protesting how the university handled the situation when a fan wore an offensive costume at a badgers football game last month. the costume included a mask of president obama with a noose around the neck. people in the washington park neighborhood are invited to attend a health resource fair later this morning.there will be a nutritional workshop, door prizes, hot tea, blood pressure checks and health care enrollment for people who attend. that's from 11 until 2
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also this morning is the arthritis foundation's annual jingle bell run at veterans park.all money raised will go towards raising awareness to cure the nation's number one cause of disability. online registration is closed.. but you can still register on-site this morning. the race starts at 10 o'clock. schmitz brothers is making it snow at little switzerland in slinger.. chopper 4 was overhead as prepartations were underway to start spraying snow for skiers and snowboarders last night. if all goes as planned.. a small portion could be opened up to the public and season pass holders today. the real stuff will be here before we know it. it is now on this saturday morning.much more still to come on live at daybreak... including.. remembering a tragedy.. what people in paris did to remember those who lost their lives in terror attacks one year ago.plus... what police say caused a suspect to stab six people inside of a hospital..
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history.. in 18-36 governor 18-36 governor henry dodge signed the territory's first law.. stating how legislators were to behave and treat each
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze
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people in paris hold a moment of silence in memory of the victims of e terrorist attacks nearly a year ago. before the france versus sweden soccer match.. players and fans.. including france's president joined the tribute. the stadium was the first of several targets last november. police say a former patient at a pennsylvania mental health facility stabbed six people there.officials say the man started stabbing as soon as he entered the facility near pittsburgh. three police officers opened fire on the man when he refused to drop his weapon. the victims' conditions aren't known at this time. police wouldn't discuss a motive. coming up on live at daybreak: get talking milwaukee.. from a facebook mishap to a happy walrus.. we'll tell you what else has people talking this morning.plus.. the unique reasons why experts say we shouldn't be pulling out the rakes this fall.?????? here are your winning lottery
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some facebook users were surprised when they logged onto their accounts yesterday to find the site thought they had died.people have been seeing a banner memorializing certain profiles.. including the social network's c-e-o mark zuckerberg. facebook has issued an apology for the st
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of mongooses stampeded across a the green of a golf course in south africa.. and it was all on live t-v. experts say mongooses are actually known for their ability to fight and kill venoumous snakes. so if you ever see one on a golf course.. let them play through. a new walrus at a zoo in washington state is making quite the splash. the more than 36-hundred pound walrus named dozer made his debut at the zoo in tacoma yesterday. zoo officials say there are only 14 pacific walruses in u- s facilities, and in the next few months, they could be listed as a threatened species. it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around
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inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. skies remain clear tonight with lows in the 30s. sunday looks sunny and warmer, but windy. the southwest wind may gust up to 30 mph on sunday as highs reach near 60 by the afternoon.nice weather continues much of next week as temperatures remain above normal. the work week starts with more sunshine on monday then just a slight chance of showers on tuesday. wednesday and thursday should be dry days before a stronger late fall system approaches on friday. this next system could bring quite windy and soggy conditions next friday and saturday. this area of low pressure will likely be strong enough to draw in some cold canadian air. it just may be cold enough to see some snow
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on saturday, especially just to our north and west, which would be right on cue for the start of the gun deer hunt
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see it, rent it, or skip it. here's a look at the most buzzed about films coming out this weekend with milwaukee movie critic, ryan jay. hey i'm film critic ryan jay and here are my reviews of the new movies now playing in theaters.arrival is a new sci fi movie with all the oomph of an oscar worthy drama. amy adams stars as a linguist brought in by the military to decipher the language of aliens. the film raises issues of kindness and international unity - making this release quite timely. the effects are
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movies, to see how far the director will take yo and this movie goes all the way. as for the script - it plays upon inherent audience assumptions of character and story - then pulls the rug out from under you. and the trick is magnificent. you feel great satisfaction once it all clicks. arrival is astonishing. see it.also new is almost christmas - maybe a bit too early in the season, but full of spirit. danny glover and gabrielle union lead the ensemblebut oscar winner mo'nique is the stand out. she not scenes, she tears 'em down, chews them up, spits them out and rebuilds them. counting down the days to christmas, the film feels episodic and would work better as a tv series. the family drama is universal but trite. and it's all too predictable, making almost christmas, a definite rental.for my full reviews of these and all the movies worth seeing, or skipping, check out
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still ahead still ahead on live at daybreak:raking leaves can be a task.. why one national federation is givng us plenty of reasons to give our rakes arrest.plus.. what you need to know about a recall that could
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have
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do your weekend plans include.... hours and hours of raking leaves? there are some good reasons to actually avoid doing it..... if you're willing to deal with "the looks" from your neighbors. tara joyce explains. (sot: martha guidry, homeowner) "i don't mind raking my leaves the problem is i have to rake everyone else's leaves that blow in my yard"it's the fall chore that never seems to be completenats: bagging leavesa day's work whittled down to a bunch of bags... but by morning... it could all be back.(sot: lucy szkoda, homeowner)"i like to have it clean but it doesn't last"now according to the national wildlife federation... there are plenty of reasonsnats: rakingto give your rake a rest.... from your wallet... to wildlife and your garden. they say a leaf layer allows
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acts as a natural mulch suppressing weeds and supplying nutrients to your soil.(nats)"would those reasons ever make you stop raking? no""i would have a hard time with that""i think people will probably drive by and be like ugh look at her she hasn't picked up her leaves yet"despite the possibility of dollars saved... neil toland says clearing leaves is a day well spent.(sot: ne toland, likes raking leaves)"i love raking leaves (why) great exercise everything looks so nice when your ne"he says he respects worries but isn't about to give up his favorite kind of work.(sot: neil toland, likes raking leaves)"twenty bags is a good sunday mumhum" in today's money.. some changes are coming to window stickers on used cars to better inform consumers about what they're buyingmany of the changes focus on "as is" sales, warranty disclosures and instructions to potential buyers to check on open
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history report. dealers will have a year after the rule goes into effect to make the transition. nintendo has gone back to the '80s with the release of its nintendo entertainment system classic edition. the system went on sale today priced at $59.99... but it's already being sold for as much as one- thousand bucks on ebay as sellers look to cash in on the short supply of the console.of the console. more than three-and-a-half million smoke and monoxide alarms are being recalled in the u-s.. and they could be in your home. the recall involves kidde nighthawk talking combo smoke/carbon monoxide alarms manufactured from june 2004 through december 2010. the alarm can fail when it reaches its seven year end of life if the batteries are replaced, leading consumers to believe it is still working. we have a lot ahead on live at daybreak...coming up... the tragic story of a woman.. beaten in broad daylight while walking her dog. what police
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good morning--attacked in the middle of the day.. we hear from the victim who's mouth is wired shut. why she's so
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against a donald trump presidency continue for another nightand... honoring our veterans.. we take a look at how community members paid tribute to those who have risked it all fighting for our freedom. that's all ahead, on live at daybreak. good saturday morning to you this november 12th. i'm julia fello.you're headed out right away this mornig.. be add some time to be able to warm up your car!taking a live look outside... it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside a the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm
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a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. new this morning... milwaukee police are searching for suspects after a man is shot and killed in riverwest. this happened near weil and meinecke just before one this morning. police are still looking into what lead up to the shooting. developing news now out of racine county.. a silver alert has been issued in racine county for missing man wilfred
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out of his home around midnight. he was last seen wearing a green hat, turquoise parka and blue jeans. if you have see him.. call police at 262-886-2300 a woman is recovering this morning after being beaten while walking her dog in bay view, for no apparent reason. now she's nursing a broken jaw and questioning what happened. kate o'keefe was walking her dog thursday when avenue she'd never seen before. the driver stayed inside, and kate says a man and woman got out. 19:28:23- and they just kept getting closer and saying why he aggressive and the man kind of leaned down to him and then the next thing i know he punched me in the face and i pick him up and scream and run 19:24:39 kate says they didn't try to
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questions if it was some sort of initiation. police are still looking for the suspects. a milwaukee woman is charged in connection with a hit- and-run crash that killed 5- year-old rickya langham.police say lesheba crow-der lied about her s-u-v being stolen. the criminal complaint says crowder's boyfriend was driving it when he struck the girl and drove off. he's been arrested. charges have also been filed against ruben tovar.he's accused of driving the car that struck and killed shelly ja street at 60th and norwich on monday. police say his license is suspended and his car isn't insured. a local d-j is accused of using a hidden camera to spy on women in a kenosha bar's bathroom. employees at sullivan's place say a customer noticed a pen on the bathroom floor and picked it up.161520 they brought it home and when they got it home they found out it was actually an electronic recording device. 161525142032 very extremely violated. probably even more so because i did know him and i think that a
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according to the criminal complaint, surveillance video from inside the bar captured the moment the man set up his spy-pen. nationwide protests against the election of donald trump as our next president continue into the night..shots rang out on a bridge in portland, oregon where people were protesting. a person was shot.. but there's no update on their condition.this was the scene in san diego, ca protesters took to the streets to voice their displeasure with people who voted for trump. "wanted to provide a space specifically so our families and our parents and communities and our children and our students who are filled with anxiety, frustration, fear, anger over the past couple days can express themselves, give them voice, give the community voice in their neighborhood." protesters in atlanta, georgia are seen here burning the american flag in protest. more than 500 protesters came
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officers during the protests. several downtown intersections were blocked during the march. police have not said if anyone was arrested. the flag burning protest comes hours after services were held to honor veterans nationwide. here in milwaukee.. army major micki simons returned to mitchell international airport. major simons was able to surprise her family who she had not seen in a year because she was stationed in the middle east. 56:24"i'm shaking because i know i'm home for a while now and i don't have to us all to remember those still deployed-- a senior ranking member of the military... and a milwaukee native returns home to honor veterans. brigadier general brian winski grew up on the south side... and went to school at u-w milwaukee. winski served in desert storm and desert shield. he also commded a battalion in iraq and was an operations officer in afghanistan. he is w operations director for the
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18:08:01"from an early age, a lot of family members were in the military, they kind of inspired me to serve. i joined the wisconsin guard as soon as i could, i joined on my 17th birthday as a matter of fact." :11 winski was the guest speaker at the veterans day banquet in milwaukee last night. it's homecoming in madison and this is certainly some great football weather we're having. the badgers witake on the university of illinois fighting illini at camp randall today. wisconsin is just three wins away from a chance at playing in the big ten title ga scheduled for 2:30 this afternoon. ming up on live at daybreak: saying goodbye.. how neighbors and friends of an iconic songiter are remembering him after his death.. plus.. what caused an airport to be evacuated and how things are
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported thughout the ea. sunshine is back again
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into the lower 50s. we'lhave a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. neighbors and friends pay tribute to the late singer- songwriter leonard cohen on
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cohen published several poetry collections while living on the greek island in the 1960s. cohen began to get wide notice with his first album, "songs of leonard cohen," in 1968. he died thursday night at the age of 82.age of 82. a suspicious package forces the evacuation of terminal d at dallas fort worth airport yesterday. travelers were kept out of the area while police investigating. several hours later.. the investigation was complete and passengers could return to the area. investigators what was found. it is now on th saturday morning.a lot still ahead on live at daybreak...ming up in your wisconsin weekend.. a fun event for train enthusiasts of all ages.. plus how people in whitnall park plan to serve up a taste of fall.and, meteorologist brian niznansky is in next with your
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niznansky will have your moments...n jfew ust a but first... it's your wisconsin weekend.america's largest operating model railroad show is back in milwaukee this weekend. trainfest features 70 detailed model railroads of all popular sizes. organizers say the event appeals to people of all ages. trainfest runs from 9 a- m until 5 p-m today at state fairis. the milwaukee the milwaukee theater summit is happening this afternoon the uette university helfaer theatre. the free event will give artists the opportunity to discuss the value and importance of the performing arts in wisconsin and around the world. that's from 2 until 4 today. flavors of fall is going on at the wehr nature center tonight
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be cheese taing, a harvest stew sampling and silent auction. admission is 25 dollars per person. proceeds will benefit wehr's accessibility project. the nature center is located in whitnall park. mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. skies remain clear tonight with lows in the 30s. sunday looks sunny and warmer, but windy. the southwest wind may gust up to 30 mph on sunday as highs reach near 60 by the afternoon.nice weather continues much of next week as temperatures remain above normal. the work week starts
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then just a slight chance of any ers on tuesday. wednesda thursday should be dry days before a stronger late fall system proaches on friday. this next system could bring quite windy and soggy conditions next friday and saturday. this area of low pressure will likely be strong enough to draw in some cold canadian air. it just may be cold enough to see some snow mix in with the rain showers on saturday, especially just to our north and west, which would be right on cue for the start of the gun deer hunt
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thanks brian.. now here's melinda myers with your garden moment. fall leaves shredded with the mower, grass clippings left on the lawn and fertilizer provide most of the nutrients your trees require. but occasionally you may need to give your trees a nutrient boost. late fall after leaf drop or early spring before growth begins are the best times to fertilize. consider using a low nitrogen slow release fertilizerstart by measuring the tree's diameter at breast height - that's about 4 ? feet high. you'll need about 5 pounds of a low nitrogen fertilizer for every inch of trunk. ply the fertilizer in concentric circles, starting 2feet from the trunk, throughout the tree
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beyond. remove small cores of soil or use a dandelion digger to place a portion of the fertilizer in small hole about 2 feet apt and at least 6 inches deep - just below the grass roots. i'm melinda myers. check out our website for this and other
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it's one of the colder moings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows oming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s
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been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest brze today, gusting up to 20 mph. the end of high school football season is near.. find out which teams are advancing to battle for a state championship. lance allan breaks it l down in the friday football frenzy. for daybreak sports, i'm lance allan.one step from state. the
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madtown for the state championship, on the frenzy. this week, brookfield east took the honors. we'll name our new frenzy team of the week, this thursday, at 6-20. for daybreak sports, i'm lance
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tonight is superhero night at the bmo harris bradley center. there will be plenty of superhero themed items for fans to buy that you'll only find at th off for tonight's game against the memphis grizzlies is scheduled for 7:30. the milwaukee admirals want to make sure all active duty military and veterans who come watch them play tonight don't have to pay a penny. the grand rapids griffins are in town to play the admirals at the u-w-m panther arena. the puck drops at 6 o'clock. there's a link at tmj4 dot com with more information. still ahead.. we'll take a look at some of the top stories we're following for you this morning.. plus.. the
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driver to help two lost
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we'll have a check of your forecast in just a moment a woman is recovering this morning after being beaten while walking her dog in bayview, for no apparent reason.now she's nursing a broken jaw and questioning what happened. kate o'keefe was walking her dog thursday when she noticed a parked car on south clement avenue she'd never seen before. the driver stayed inside, and kate says a man and woman got out and attacked her. milwaukee police are searching for suspec shot and killed in riverwest. this happened near weil and meinecke just before one this morning. police are still looking into what lead up to the shooting. nationwide protests against the election of donald trump as our next president continue into the night.. this was the scene in san diego, california last night. protesters took to the streets to voice their displeasure with people who voted for trump. taking a live look outside
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lo a decent southwest breeze
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a milwaukee county bus driver says her motherly instincts kicked in when she saw two small children walking alone on the northside of milwaukee. jeannie mitchell saw two young kids walking by themselves just steps away from the street. she knew something wasn't right so she stopped her bus to help them out. 15:45:35"i knew something was wrong15:45:49"they pointed in every direction, that was a cue that they were lost." 15:46:42"once the police showed up and did their part i felt a lot better, felt a lot better" walked away from their babysitter, and were trying to go to their aunt's house. mitchell says she's glad that she was able to help them out. one of man's best friends first served his country protecting his fellow soldiers from bombs. but when his future after the military was unclear, two milwaukee police officers stepped in. officer scott kaiser worked with zender in iraq and wanted to take him home.. but he didn't get along with kaiser's family
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police department asked leffler if zender could become a k-9 officer for the department. 17:04::08 "he's doing a job he's trained to do, does it very well. he protected a lot of people in afghainstan and he gets to do it here in the city of milwaukee and gets to do it with a great person." :18 zender has been busy working all the major milwaukee events including summerfest and all the presidential candidate visits. school leaders at parents after three coyotes were spotted near their school. the school sent out an email warning students not to take a trail through the woods to get to class. the elm grove police department is posting all the coyote sitings on its facebook page. in madison demostrators blocked part of the univeristy of wisconsin homecoming parade...they were protesting how the university handled the situation when a fan wore an offensive costume at a badgers football game last month. the costume included a mask of
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around the neck. people in the washington park neighborhood are invited to attend a health resource fair later this morning.there will be a nutritional workshop, door prizes, hot tea, blood pressure checks and health care enrollment for people who attend. that's from 11 until 2 today near 32nd and vilet. also this morning is the arthritis foundation's annual jingle bell run at veterans park.all money raised will go towards raising awareness to cure the nation's cause of disability. online registration is closed.. but you can still register on-site this morning. the race starts at 10 o'clock. schmitz brothers is making it snow at little switzerland in slinger.. chopper 4 was overhead as prepartations were underway to start spraying snow for skiers and snowboarders last night. if all goes as planned.. a small portion could be opened up to the public and season pass holders today. the real stuff will be here before we know it. it is now on this saturday
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chance to thank our vets.. this day after veteran's day. the mission: to attend operation honor.. in waukesha this afternoon. we'll share how the event has been created for all ages to learn the sacrifice our armed forces have made for our country. and on this day in wisconsin history.. in 18-36 governor henry dodge singed the territory's first law.. stating how legislators were to behave and how other citizens were to behave
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is back again today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze
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people in paris hold a moment of silence in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks nearly a year ago. before the france versus ed and fans.. including france's president joined the tribute. the stadium was the first of several targets last november. police say a former patient at a pennsylvania mental health facility stabbed six people there.officials say the man started stabbing staff members as soon as he entered the facility near pittsburgh. three police officers opened fire on the man when he refused to drop his weapon. the victims' conditions aren't known at this time. police wouldn't discuss a motive.
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this weekend.. an event to remember the 50th anniversary of the vietnam waand salute all of our veterans.the event is called operation honor.. hear more about the army general and also, special members of the air force wh will be in attendance.????? here are your winning lottery
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some facebook users were surprised when they logged onto their accounts yesterday to find the site thought they had died.people have been seeing a banner memorializing certain profiles.. including the social network's c-e-o mark zuckerberg. facebook has issued an apology for the mistake and fixed what they
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take a look at this.. a herd of mongooses stampeded across a the green of a golf course in south africa.. and it was all on live t-v. experts say mongooses are actually known for their ability to fight and kill venoumous snakes. so if you ever see snakes. so if venoumous snakes. so if you ever see one on a golf course.. let them play through. a new walrus at a zoo in washington state is making quite the splash. the more than 36-hundred pound walrus named dozer made his debut at the zoo in tacoma yesterday. zoo officials say there are only 14 pacific walruses in u- s facilities, and in the next few months, they could be
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it's one of the colder mornings of the season so far across southeast wisconsin with lows bottoming out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout th today, which will help us warm into the lower 50s. we'll have a decent southwest breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. skies remain clear tonight
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looks sunny and warmer, but windy. the southwest wind may gust up to 30 mph on sunday as highs reach near 60 by the afternoon.nice weather continues much of temperatures remain above normal. the work week starts with more sunshine on monday then just a slight chance of showers on tuesday. wednesday and thursday should be dry days before a stronger late fall system approaches on
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conditions next friday and saturday. this area of low pressure will likely be strong enough to draw in some cold canadian air. it just may be cold enough to see some snow mix in with the rain showers on saturday, especially just to our north and west, which would be right on cue for the start of the gun deer hunt season. the salute to our veterans continues through this weekend. operation honor: a salute to veterans is taking place at this afternoon in waukesha for it's fifth year in a row.
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event for the city of waukesha.
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operation honor, a salute to veterans is taking place today at 4:30, doors open at 3:30 in
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waukesha.joanna thank you for waking up with us! still ahead on live at daybreak:we'll take one last look at the top stories we're following for you..plus.. meteorologist brian niznansky is back with a final check of your forecast before you head out the door this saturday
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a woman is recovering this morning after being beaten while walking her dog in bayview, for no apparent reason.now she's nursing a broken jaw and questioning what happened. kate o'keefe was walking her g thursday when she noticed a parked car on south clement avenue she'd never seen before. the driver stayed inside, and kate says a man and woman got out and attacked her. for suspects after a man is shot and killed in riverwest. this happened near weil and meinecke just before one this morning. police are still looking into what lead up to the shoong. developing news nowut of racine county.. a silver alert has been issued in racine county for missing man wilfred rushford. police say he walked out of his home around midnight. he was last seen wearing a green hat, turquoise parka and blue jeans. if you
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we'll have one last check of your forecast in just a minute, but first, here's what "the today show" is working on this morning. it's one of the colder mornings of the season so
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out around freezing lakeside and the 20s inland. widespread frost has been reported throughout the area. sunshine is today, which warm into the we'll have a decent breeze today, gusting up to 20 mph. we'll see you back here with a
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good morning. breaking overnight. violence at the trump protest. gunfire rings out at a demonstration in portland, oregon. one person shot. the suspect on the loose. demonstrators take to the streets from coast to coast. new york, miami, l.a. even iowa and missouri. about face? after vowing to get rid of obamacare during the campaign, the president-elect may keep some parts of the plan. is it a final victory for president obama and what does it mean for you? and shakeup.

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