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cheap travel! why ?ditching the airport and driving to your thanksgiving destination ?could save you some major cash- this year. and...breaking overnight targeted attacks on police officers across the country. the frantic manhunt-- for suspects and how those officers are doing this morning. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. so that could be it for the "warmer than usual... nicer than ever... fall weather we've been enjoying. a taste of winter blew in late friday... and it's a chilly start today. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- is here. after the first real shock of winter temps this weekend, this morning is clear and cold with temperatures in the 20s,
today remains sunny, and the wind is light, but highs will remain in the upper 30s. clouds start to increase tonight, and lows will drop to back into the 20s with a light se breeze. incident freelight traffic and speeds are on time and at/above breaking news this morning.... three seperate unrealated
overnight. one of the suspects is still on the run. in san antonio police just released these photo of a person of interest. police say the man walked up to a police sqaud car and shot and killed an officer through the passenger side window in saint louis -- a 46-year-old sergeant was ambushed after a someone pulled up next to his police car and opened fire. police are now calling it a targeted attack. the suspect was killed during a shoot out with police. the wounded officer is expected to in florida police also have a suspect in custody right now who they shot an officer during a traffic stop. no word on the officers condition at this time. happening today - the suspect accused of killing an oconomowoc woman in her apartment will be in court for a hearing. prosecutors say jessie lee shot and killed christina schuster.according to court papers, lee and schuster were in an "on again, off again relationship."police arrested lee this month on
like it or loathe it --- the holiday shopping season is here.malls and stores around the country are now gearing up for big crowds.ann stelring joins us live from southridge mall as we look ahead to the busiest shopping time of year. this is the time stores roll out their big sales.more than 135 million people are expected to start shopping through thanksgiving weekend, according to retail federation. debate has been fierce in recent years as black friday spills over into thanksgiving evening; some object to employees having to work that night, while some workers love getting paid double or triple time.the pushback has dozens of national stories vowing to keeps their doors closed on thanksgiving 2016.there are a growing number of retialers
bestblackfriday.com list of stores closed on thanksgiving: here at southridge on the 24 the mall is open from 6 pm to 1 amon the 25th it's open from 6am to 10 pm thanksgiving is just three days away. triple a says about 49 million people will be heading out of town for the holidays-- and millions will lower gas prices if you fill up your tank. right now-- the average price of gas-- across the country is 2-13. the average wisconsinite-- is paying just two bucks a gallon... and in the milwaukee metro-- we're under two dollars! if you didn't shoot a deer this weekend, you still have plenty of time to bag that prized buck. wisconsin's gun deer season runs through november 27th. we haven't received opening numbers yet from the d-n-r, but we should get an update, soon. last
expectations are high again this year because of a late deer ?mating? and when you're out in the woods, doctors caution hunters to be careful. lugging a two- hundred pound deer out of the woods can be strenuous-- and might trigger a heart attack! health experts suggest hunters avoid a heavy breakfast... hunt with others, and take a cellphone with you to let friends and family know where you're at. packers extra hearing more from coach mike mccarthy this afternoon, after last night's terrible loss against the redskins. the packers lost their ?fourth straight-- this time in prime time. rod burks looks ahead-- to what the team is going to
the voice of the packers is back in studio this morning. we'll find out from wayne what else the guys had to say on the way home overnight... and we'll look ahead to the rest of the season... and whether there's any way for the packers to get back on track. all that here on live at daybreak at 6-50. coming up: coming up: budget bird: one store-- thanksgiving turkey on the cheap-- and we'll tell you the time you ?won't want to be shopping-- this week.fake news-- in your feed. what facebook-- is doing ?right now-- to make sure news articles you're strolling through every morning-- has ?accurate information. more live at daybreak-- on today's
tonight, and lows will drop to back into the 20s with a light se breeze. facebook is facebook is taking steps to prevent fake news stories from being shared on the social media site.. after reports the election. in an unusual move, mark zuckerberg detailed facebook's new plan to crack down on misinformation online.. saying the company willimprove misinformation detection.. make flagging fake news easier.. use third party fact checking.. and potentially label stories as false. meijer says it's ready to sell one million turkeys leading up to thanksgiving... and those turkeys should be cheap... if you spend thirty dollars, your turkey will be sixty percent
thanksgiving day to get your groceries for that night... maybe reconsider... meijer says it's one of the busiest shopping days with customers coming back to grab things they've forgotten. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:the big holiday season kicks off this week. but how many people will be out and about? more than last year.. that's for sure. then -- skimmers in wisconis. two crooks targeting credit cards have been arrested people area.
the big thanksgiving shopping weekend is just days away.and according to the national ta survey, more than 137 million american consumers are planning to shopthat's nearly two million more than last year.the holiday weekend covers thanksgiving day, black friday, small business saturday and sunday... both in-store and online. allstate wants to help keep drivers moving as they head to their thanksgiving destinations.this wednesday, allstate will offer roadside rescues for just two dollars through its 'good hands rescue' app and mobile website.
emergencies, including tows, flat tires, jump starts, lockouts or fuel delivery. more cases of people having their credit and debit card information stolen at wisconsin gas pumps.madison police have arrested two men in connection with some of the eleven cases in that city this year. they found numerous pre- paid cards containing stolen information--they also found ?skimming? equipment. (((det. pat green//madison police department, "we should be vigilant in knowing that these may not be the only two that are out there so we can't rest. we have to make sure that we're watching continuously for others to do this.")))investigators are looking into reports of credit card skimmers at gas pumps and atm's around our area -- including brookfield, franklin, elm grove and random lake. storm team 4 now: some parts of southeast wisconsin got a sprinkle of snow over the weekend-- this is video from upstate new york. the northeast got smacked with a huge snow storm and right now,
conditions for drivers and gusty winds-- are causing light snow, to blow everywhere. now's a good time to download the storm shield app.track snow moving in.. .and get alerts for ?your exact location? sent to your mobile device.the app is available for android and iphones. tatiana and brian have another look at your weather and traffic together... after the first real shock of winter temps this weekend, this morning is clear and cold with temperatures in the 20s, and wind chills in the teens. today remains sunny, and the wind is light, but highs will remain in the upper 30s. clouds start to increase
back into the 20s with a light se breeze.tomorrow is cloudy with highs in the mid 40s, a se wind at 10-15 mph, and scattered rain showers around sunset. rain is likely tuesday night with lows in the upper 30s. the busiest travel day of the year is rainy across wisconsin with temps in the 40s. snow showers could mix with the rain in the northern portion of the state. thanksgiving day is mostly cloudy and seasonal with highs in the low to mid 40s. another storm system rolls into the
posted and at/above are on time and at/above posted the 22-year old charged with hate crimes in the fatal shooting of nine black parishioners at emanuel a-m-e church in charleston, south carolina has his competency hearing today. dylann roof's trial started november 7 with jury selection, but that was halted after the federal judge overseeing the case determined the defendant must first undergo a competency
a lot has changed since donald trump competed against gov. rick perry and more than a dozen other rivals for the g-o-p presidential nomination. today, the president-elect will meet with perry. possibilities being floated for him inlcude agriculture secretary or veterans affairs. perry is one of several high-profile visitors who have met with trump over the past week. still ahead on live at daybreak on today's tmj4: including why families packed a wauwatosa bowling alley over the weekend. let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup.... milwaukee at 6-30followed by the voice.then timeless at 9.
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the today's tmj4 macc star is now available. the star costs ten-dollars and it's now available at balistreri sendik's food markets and buddy squirrel stores. proceeds benefit the macc fund, which raises money to fight pediatric cancer. much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. millions are hitting the road this week to spend the holiday with looking good.how good prices are looking.. ahead. also...travel nightmare:the ?major international airport hub that could face a worker walk-off before thanksgiving and how it ?could impact your trip out of town.
breaking overnight: separate ambush attacks leaves one police officer dead and two others in the hospital. the event leading up to the attacks... and the manhunt now underway this morning.. this cold weather isn't going anywhere... brain is in the weather center this morning tracking these chilly temperatures we take you there now for a look at what's in store for us this morning...
after the first real shock of winter temps this weekend, this morning is clear and cold with temperatures in the 20s, and wind chills in the teens. today wind is light, but highs will remain in the upper 30s. clouds start to increase tonight, and lows will drop to back into the 20s with a light se breeze. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads speeds at or above posted