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plus... hurricane watch. thousands are evcuating costa rica in preparation for otto. when the tropical storm is expected to make landfall. and... a call for a recount could have a big impact on the outcome of this year's election. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm ann sterling. let's start with a check let's start of weather and traffic together... yesterday was dreary, damp and foggy with scattered rain showers and highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain diminished before midnight, and it has remained cloudy with lows in the 30s this morning. today is cloudy and
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another weak storm system rolls into the area tonight with isolated light rain and snow until early friday morning...no accumulation is expected. 1-43 1-43 a thanksgiving tradition continues today in cedarburg. we're talking about the annual turkey trot that's expected to attrack one thousand people! pete zervakis is live with a preview
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appetite for that thanksgiving meal than to run 3.5 miles the annual turkey trot here in cedarburg is put on by st. francis borgia school. the route for runners and walkers starts - and ends - right in front of the school. the running course is just under 3.5 miles... taking runners in a loop through a mostly rural part of town. much of the trail isn't paved. the wag route - which is 1.8 miles - is all on local streets. they're expecting a big crowd here - the website shows registration for both the run and the walk as full. the race kicks off at 10 am. live... pz... tmj4 and it's not thanksgiving -- without the macy's day parade. this year marks the 90th anniversary of the annual tradition.. you're taking a look from times square. the
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million people out on the streets. southeast wisconsin will be represented this morning in new york. dancers from the next step dance studio in franklin were invited, along with the marching band from greendale high school. the parade starts at 9 a-m... right here on today's tmj4. more than 50-million around the world expected to tune in. officials ordered the evacuation of four-thousand people from its caribbean coast as an unusually late-season hurricane swirled over the caribbean just off central america. the u-s national hurricane center said the westward- moving storm had weakened slightly overnight down to tropical storm status, with winds of 70 miles-per-hour.but it said the storm would likely
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meanwhile, nicaragua ordered evacuations in low-lying areas of its sparsely populated caribbean coast, an order that could cover about seven- thousand people. the riverwest community is shaken by a seemingly random shooting..it happened tuesday night outside ''the high dive bar '' around 7:30. seth schuster had been there for trivia night. police say someone drove up, shot him and then took off. to happen just seems completely random and just not something you can expect to happen ever." :48 schuster is expected to survive. no arrests have been made. new this morning: a recount of votes cast in the presidential election in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania is one step closer to actually happening. green party candidate jill stein plans to file for a recount, after it appears her campaign raised enough money to pay for the first round. although nothing
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could impact hillary clinton. if the recount shows clinton actually won those three states, she could swing the election. the deadline to file for a recount in wisconsin is friday. forget the fear of guests overstaying their welcome this thanksgiving. a lot of americans worry politics could ruin an otherwise pleasant holiday dinner.a new c-n-n--- -o-r-c poll .... finds 53- percent of americans dread the thought of talking about politics the majority ----, but the bad news is another 43-percent of americans say they are ?eager? to get the conversation rolling. your turkey day and shopping forecasts are coming up.plus.. security breach notification of sailors. the sensitive information
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daybreak-- on today's tmj4 is next. you're taking a look from times square. the parade will
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blocked - 1-43 accident 43 accidentblocked - 1-43 accident yesterday was foggy with scattered rain showers and highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain diminished before midnight, and it has remained cloudy with lows in the 30s this morning. today is cloudy and seasonal with highs in the
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another weak storm system rolls into the area tonight with isolated light rain and snow until early friday morning...no accumulation is expected. beyond wisconsin - the u-s navy is warning more than 130- thousand sailors about a hack exposing a hack exposing their names and social security numbers.the navy says "unauthorized individuals" accessed the a breach involving a worker's laptop.those affected--- which include former and current sailors--- will be notified in the next few weeks.so far, there's been no evidence to suggest misuse of the information that was compromised. an unthinkable tragedy this week when a school bus crash killing five children in chattanooga, tennessee.. now a six child has died from injuries. a toxicology reports show there were no traces of any drugs or alcohol in the
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with the n-t-s-b also announced that the bus was not on its normal route when the crash happened... it's not yet known why. the wayne state university police officer who was shot tuesday night has died. in my 40 plus years of being with the wayne state police department i never thought i would face a day like this." officer collin rose was shot while on patrol in detroit. a person of interest has been time a wayne state university officer has ever died in the line of duty. rose was only 29- years-old and was going to marry his fiance next october. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:the holiday weekend is herehat mother nature has in store for us is just ahead.then -- it's a basketball shot we promise you've never seen before. but first here's a look at this morning's winning lottery
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the butterburger is made of just three cuts of fresh midwest beef. nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and the plate. no fillers; that's it. all prized cuts, all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts of beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them, and that seals in the juices of the burger. and that's the culver's butterburger.
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it's thanksgiving day... and
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giving thanks with family and friends... others will be giving thanks with their co- workers.careerbuilder surveyed more than 33-hundred workers... and 28 percent said they'll be working today. that's a substantial increase over the 20 percent who said they'd be working last year. if you plan to eat out today... there are several restaurants that are open."bob evans" will be open with a ec a-m to eight p-m.''cracker barrel'' will begin serving up a thanksgiving-inspired meal --- beginning at eleven.boston market and denny's are open as well. "apple" has changed it's tune on black friday.the company is teasing upcoming one-day deals on its website --- after famously sitting out of the annual shopping ritual last year.no word on what the deal may be.. but the website is touting free two-day shipping
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28-year-old man threw a basetball 593 feet from the top of this dam in the swiss alps - it's one of the highest dams in the world.and guess what... he made the shot on just the third attempt!setting the guinness world record for the highest basketball shot brian has another look at your weather and traffic together... yesterday was dreary, damp and
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showers and highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain diminished before and it has remained cloudy with lows in the 30s this morning. today is cloudy and seasonal with highs in the lower 40s, and a light breeze.
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rolls into the area tonight with isolated light rain and snow until early friday morning...no accumulation is expected. friday afternoon is cloudy with this weekend is finally sunny and pleasant with highs in the mid to upper 40s. a few showers are possible by sunday night, and rain is likely along with gusty winds and highs in the lower 50s. the government looking at ways
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crashes blamed on distracted drivers. e mb of ? fatal
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calling ,phone makers to -- lock-out most apps when the being used by someone driving a car. traffic deaths spiked more than ten- percent in e rs months of this year. ten-percent of fatal crashes ?laseainvolved distracted drivers. when shopping online beware of "so-called" deals on free or discounted gift cards.the wisconsin department of agriculture, trade and consum protection reports fake gift cards are a favorite tool of scammers during the da sites and send text messages to try and draw people in. so if you're planning to buy a gift card.. get it directly from an authorized merchant. good news from the milwaukee d-p-w... they will ?not be enforcing any meter parking today... and no overnight parking tonight into friday. but overnight parking rules will resume friday night. plenty to do this holiday weekend..in west allis you can check out the candy cane lane
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drive-through display raises money for the macc fund.this year organizers are hoping to o. last year they surpassed that... raising 113-thousand- llars. candy lane will be open through december 26th? and there's still time to buy ''a macc star'' and help cure dolld is available bal-dik's foma ets...and buddy squirrel storon daybreak on today's tm: pricey poem.. coming up.. let's take a look at tonight's prime time lineup.. at 6:30 it's "the now: milwaukee" followed by "football night in it's thursday night football between the steelers and colts.. then more local news
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and taking a live look from new york.. check out one of the parade floats getting ready for the macy's thanksgiving day parade this morning! they say a picture is worth a thousand
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anne frank is worth so much more. this eight-line poem is dated march 28, 1942.. sold at auction wednesday for a startling 148-thousand-620 dollars. that's four or five times what was expected. much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. including... a milwaukee mailman is being praised for his quick reaction to thieves stealing packages.. and it's all caught on camera.
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? happy hodays from crayola. so when do i start? um, shouldn't it b "spokes-crayon?" can somebody turn on the a/c? m melting here.
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t hold this part and spraaaaaay... i'm okay. the lidays just got more sising. you can find these great gifts and more in the crayola aisle. aaaaaah!
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happening now-- and later -- going above and beyond the call of duty..the extremes one mail carrier went through to make sure his packages ended up in the right hands. and less than 24 hours until one of the biggest shop can download to help you survive black friday. and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm ann sterlingand - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with
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yesterday was dreary, damp and foggy with scattered rain showers and highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain minished before midnight, and it has remained cloudy with lows in the 30this morning. today is cloudy and seasonal with highs in the lower 40s, and a light breeze. rolls into the area tonight with isolated light rain and sn ?until friday morning...no cumulation is expected. those oking to burn f a few calories ahead of their

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