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tv   Todays TMJ4 News Live at Daybreak Extra Early Edition  NBC  November 17, 2016 4:30am-5:00am CST

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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check brian gotter. after some patchy inland fog, yesterday afternoon was sunny and mild with highs in the mid 50s. just a few clouds moved in overnight, and a light se breeze with a warm front has kept the temps near 50. we get another november treat today with more sunshine, and highs in the mid to upper 60s. a southerly wind will increase to 20 mph throughout the day, and will remain windy overnight with lows in the mid
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a search is underway in west allis -- for a suspect who shot a customer inside a cell phone store.it happened at the cricket wireless store at highway 100 and national. west allis police tell us: one person was taken to the hospital by ambulance -- and that the victim was shot during a robbery.officers descended on the store -- but the suspect got away. "we saw the police around here and i think it was most alarming that we saw cops from all different areas. like we saw cops from new berlin and
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west allis police report multiple police departments are helping in the search for the suspect.the person who was shot is expected to survive. brendan dassey is one step closer to freedom this morning. a federal judge has told prison officials to release him by friday night.just hours after that decision -- state attorney general brad schimel filed an emergency order with the u-s court of appeals in chicago -- asking to keep dassey would like the ruling by friday night. his brother told us the family is very anxious. "i think the court and brad should just seriously back off. brendan is not a violent criminal he's honestly a loving person who has a heart and soul just like anybody else." dassey and his uncle, steven avery, were convicted of murdering teresa halbach back in 2005. a judge overturned his conviction saying
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into a confession. today, authorities in sheboygan county plan to release the names of two people killed during a traffic accident.deputies say they drove through a stop sign and hit another car. it happened at state highway 57 and county road f-f in the town of rhine. deputies found a 79-year-old woman and 80-year-old man trapped inside their car. the woman died at the scene. the man died on the way to the hospital.the 72-year-old woman they hit was injured, but is expected to survive. a beaver dam woman is accused of running a major drug operation -- selling heroin and coccaine. according to authorities in dodge county -- 27-year-old lacresha lightfoot was the major supplier of drugs in dodge county for the last two years. a drug task force conducted multiple undercover operations to build their case against her -- using criminal informants. at least for awhile we have greatly diminished the availability of heroin and crack coccaine in the beaver dam and dodge county areas and were very excited about taking
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has been charged on 16 drug related counts. authorities are still working to arrest her alleged associates. a bar owner in walker's point is defending an ad he placed in a local nightlife magazine. the ad takes aim at students from a nearby high school.this is the ad in question.it reads: quote "our back alley: where 50 percent of bradley tech pregnancies start and end."the owner of sabbatic bar -- who did not want to go on camera -- says the ad was supposed to be a crude response to ongoing prob and theft... problems he blames on students. this is a predominantly white and hispanic neighborhood. the only time there's people around here between the ages of 15-20, of african american descent, are when they're leaving or arriving at bradley tech. police say they've found no apparent connection to bradley tech, besides the suspects being of school age. the owner says he has received threats over the ad.. and has issued an apology on social
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controversy -- saying quote "we have a responsibility to stand up when false statements are made about our students. we will not stand by when they are being degraded. we are reaching out to the n double a c-p and lulac to discuss this with them." a top trump adviser says it may be after thanksgiving - even mid-december - before president-elect donald trump announces his cabinet choices. but this morning we are hearing some new names under consideration. tracie potts reports new names are emerging as elect trump's cabinet lieutenant general mike flynn as national security advisor missouri's jim talent as defense secretary.senator ted cruz as attorney general.(sot: senator ted cruz/ (r) texas :15-:18)"i am eager to help any way i can."south carolina governor nikki haley's reportedly being considered as secretary of state - even though she publicly opposed trump.(sot: newt fmr. house speaker :25-:27)"we have an immense amount of talent out there."including(nats, "we discussed the transition, it went really well")former new
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and former u-n ambassador john bolton. but there may be enough democrats and republicans to block both. (sot: senator rand paul/ (r) kentucky :42-:45)"i don't think you really want your chief diplomat to be an advocate for war."vice president-elect mike pence is in charge of the transition. today he's back in washington ... meeting with top leaders from both parties who could choose the next supreme court justice.even with a republican majority, confirmation may not be easy.(sot: senator bernie sanders/ (i) vermont 1:01-1:06) "to say the least, i think they have another, another twice that."hillary clinton made her first public appearance since the election, urging democrats not to give up:clinton/ (d) fmr. presidential nominee 1:12-1:17) "please don't lose heart please don't give up on the values we share." tracie potts, nbc news, washington. some sad news to pass along this morningformer u-s defense secretary and wisconsin congressman melvin laird has died.he served as defense secretary under president nixon .. eventually overseeing
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military draft.laird represented wisconsin's 7th congressional district from 1953 to 1969.he was 94 years old. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--charges for the minnesota officer accused of killing a black driver.why prosecutors decided to bring the case against him.and - out of this world.the voyage set to begin for these astronauts. and taking a live look
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after some patchy inland fog, yesterday afternoon was sunny and mild with highs in the mid 50s. just a few clouds moved in overnight, and a light se breeze with a warm front has kept the temps near 50. we get another november treat today with more sunshine, and highs in the mid to upper 60s. a southerly wind will increase to 20 mph throughout the day, and will remain windy overnight with lows in the mid 50s.. today, a court hearing is
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man who admitted killing three people at a planned parenthood clinic in colorado last year robert dear has been undergoing psychiatric treatment since a judge ruled that he was not competent to stand trial in the case. during previous court hearings robert dear declared himself a quote "warrior for the babies." a minnesota police officer is scheduled to make his first court appearance tomorrow -- in the deadly shooting of a black driver named philando castile.prosecutors recently filed second degree manslaughter charges against calling the shooting unjustified.according to the victim's girlfriend, castile told the officer he had a gun, but did not remove it from his pocket. the story went viral on social media when castile's girlfriend shared the aftermath on facebook live. later today.. these astronauts will take off for outer space. right now , the crew is in kazakhstan, the launch site for the russian rocket that sends the soyuz spacecraft to the international space station.the trio will dock at the station in orbit on
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--presidential shoutout.the milwaukee sports star getting high praise from president obama.and - with gun deer hunting set to begin this weekend -- why some hunters are asking for a change in
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for the one minute drill, i'm lance allan. the packers get more running claiming christine michael off waivers from the seahawks as don jackson goes on injured reserve.now they need to start games quicker.((aaron we just gotta be more efficient. i missed a throw on the first third down. starting out the last game, we hit that, we're kind of in their territory and things often that first third down is a very important one for us.so we gotta give ourselves that first first
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last year especially, if we didn't go three and out we scored on possessions so we gotta eliminate the three and outs and get one first down and often that drive leads to a score.))the bucks getting dunked on early. tourean prince gets it on the wing. takes off like a hawk. have mercy! the hawks went on a 19-0 run.down 17 at the half, giannis antetokounmpo and the green team come back and actually get within four late. only to watch dennis schroder and atlanta keep the bucks at arm's length. hawks 10 miami, to face the heat tonight.for the one minute drill, i'm lance allan. president obama in europe -- giving a 'shout out' to our very own "greek freak" .. no, not pete zervakis .. giannis antetokounmpo from the milwaukee bucks!greek or american, we're all cheering for giannis antetokounmpo who seems to be getting better
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giannis hasn't commented yet ... but the bucks did post something on facebook. four southeast wisconsin high school football teams made it to madison... and will play for state titles the next two days. this afternoon... the rockets of cedar grove-belgium take on the defending champions in division five... amherst. tomorrow... catholic memorial and franklin all get a shot at the gold ball. our elise menaker will be at camp randall stadium for all the games bringing us the exciting highlights.
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fog, yesterday afternoon was sunny and mild with highs in the mid 50s. just a few clouds moved light se breeze with a warm front has kept the temps near 50. we get another november treat today with more sunshine, and highs in the mid to upper 60s. a southerly wind will increase to 20 mph throughout the day, and will remain windy overnight with lows in the mid 50s.. this weekend is the deer season opener and we are tracking a storm for friday and saturday that will bring some rain and very gusty winds. friday will have a few afternoon showers with highs in the mid 60s and a sw wind gusting to 40 mph. a
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lows dropping into the 30s with the cold front. saturday will have a few rain/snow showers before noon, then clearing, very windy and much colder with nw winds gusting to 45 mph. if you are looking for accumulation snow, areas north of wausau could see 1-2" of snow by midday saturdayo accumulation in southern wisconsin. sunday is sunny, breezy and cold with highs in
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two madison area families under attack... after receiving a threatening and racist letter from an alleged member of their swim club.the letter tells the multi-raced families to go back to their country and "stay separate...
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they say to president-elect donald trump.members of the club are now speaking up. "i've just felt numb. it's just hard to believe this could be a member of our community who actually has those feelings." "you hear about it, but to actually read the words and to see how vile they were was completely overwhelming. i was shaking." the letter has been shared thousands of times on facebook police say they are investigating in brown county-- hundreds of people have signed an online petition to create a law on private property to retrieve a deer.the law would require the hunter to be accompanied by a game warden or sheriff's deputy -- even if the landowner says "stay away" captain dan sandberg does not support the idea "somebody could spend an hour, they could spend 2 hours, 6 hours, they could spend 12 hours or 2 days looking for that deer and we don't have that manpower to go around and walk with somebody through the woods just because they didn't have permission of a landowner
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sandberg suggests hunters talk with landowners ahead of time -- and ask for permission to go on their property with gun deer hunting season now just two days away -- the state d-n-r is reporting that license sales are down this year.the latest totals show a difference of about 13 thousand.. thousands of hunters typically buy their licenses on the friday before the season opens. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--we'll tell you when the kenosha dream playground is expected to lighting celebrations kick off a season of cheer for downtown milwaukee let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup....at 6:30, it's football night in carolina -- bob costas previews the thursday night matchup between the panthers and saints.that game starts at 7-30that is followed by more
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taking a live look outside.. more local news ... after months of sitting vacant, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs .. the kenosha dream playground is afternoon at one.the all inclusive playground is a place where children of all abilities can play.the playground was shut down in march because of faulty rubber flooring. repairs were completed last month. college and high school students just wrapped up a contest to see who could raise the most money for charity. it's called the kapco charitable challengeand the winners are -- port washington high school and wisconsin lutheran. judges determined their projects made the biggest impact with local charitable groups and people
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19 teams took part in the challenge. still want a vintage chair from the riverside theater?the venue is selling them for 400 dollars a pair -- after it tried to auction off the chairs for charity. spokesperson tells us: the demand for the seats was so great-- some people weren't able to make a bid on e-baythe chairs were installed in 1927. they come in pairs. they are covered in red velvet and have ornate cast iron end caps.all the money raised goes to help a local animal shelter. bell ringers wanted.the salvation army hopes you'll consider helping them this holiday season.if you're interested in ringing bells -- candidates can apply in person today at one of the salvation army locations. money raised
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poverty two lighting celebrations kick off a season of cheer for downtown milwaukeethe 103rd annual city christmas tree lighting takes place tonight at city hall.mayor tom barrett, local choirs and theatre groups will all be on hand to partake in the countdown. the milwaukee holiday lights festival kick-off extravaganza park also happening tonightthe 18th annual festival begins at pere marquette park.500 thousand pl twinkle for six weeks at parks around downtown. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the private school threatening to sue m-p-s, and why.and- where you can see the world's largest commecial aircraft today in
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from walking out prison this week. brian niznansky is ready for the holidays.. and ann sterling will show us plans for the bucks entertainment block just east of the new arena site. welcome to daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... here's storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter. after some patchy inland fog, yesterday afternoon was sunny and mild with highs in the mid 50s. just a few clouds moved in overnight, and a light se breeze with a warm front has kept the temps near 50. we get another november treat today with more sunshine, and highs in the mid to upper 60s. a southerly wind will increase

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