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weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident freedamptraffic building on the roads speeds at or above posteddrive times on time day time closure at 9 till 12 on bypass 894 east at 76th st on rampovernight 4:30 closure on 41 south road shut
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protests are scheduled in milwaukee today as part of the "fight for fifteen" effort. fast food workers say they want wages of $15 an hour. pete zervakis is live with how they're getting that message out today. in about half an hour fast food workers and retail
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an hour say they're going to protest outside of this mcdonald's at 9th and north. this is supposed to national day of protests. according to organizers... the first demonstrations for $15 an hour wages began on this day four years ago in new york city. they point to 15 dollar an hour minimum wages now in effect in new york... california... and the cities of seattle and washington d- c... saying their protests have rk about ?today's protests... organizers are promising "mass, civil disobedience" by working americans who want higher wages and the right to unionize. there's also a protest planned
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of workers at chicago o hare international airport have walked off the job this morning.. workers are now on strike as they demand higher pay.. and union rights. right now -- about 5-workers have joined in on the effort. they include baggage handlers -- cabin cleaners-- janitors and wheelchair attendants since many of these jobs are ?contract positons-- the chicago department of aviation says.. it doesn't expect service to be disrupted during the strike. fast food workers in chicago-- will also join the picketers at o'hare-- to mark the 4th the "fight for $15" protests. dispatcher: 911, what's your emergency?caller: hi, i'm at ohio state, right outside of watts hall and there is a guy who crashed his car into a bunch of people and ran out with a knife chasing down people." that's just one of many chilling 9-1-1 calls made about the attack at ohio state university... right now police are not ruling out a link to terroism. they say18-year-old abdul razaq ali artan first drove his vehicle into a group of pedestrians on the o-s-u
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out of his car and attacked people with a butcher knife.11 people were injured. an officer shot and killed artan... ending the rampage. that cop... 28-year-old university police officer alan horujko... is being credited for stopping the attack. the university's public safety director said the school owes horujko a debt of gratitude. this morning... the family of a woman injured in a hit-and-run crash in west milwaukee is offering a thousand dollar reward for infoio arrest in the case.peggy cetnarowski ... was struck the night before thanksgiving walking in a crosswalk at 55th and beloit road.the mother of three suffered a skull fracture... and other broken bones. a warning for students at marquette university this morning.. police are looking for this man wanted for a sexual assault near campus. they're hoping someone will recognize him.the assault happened saturday night -- near 17th and state.the victim
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one of the men who wore a costume depicting president barack obama and hillary clinton in a noose to badger game is apologizing. lee johnson told the wisconsin state journal: there was no racial intent behind the costume. johnson was dressed as president obama with a noose around his neck. a second fan -- wearing a donald trump mask -- was leading johnson by the neck with the noose. green bay city council is considering banning hard liquor sales at convenience stores.one city leader says too many and it's impacting the quality of life in city neighborhoods however buisness owners are calling for city policies to be revamped... because current policies leave some store owners at a competitive disadvantage. the packers getting a taste of a what a win feels like this morning... after finally snapping their losing streak last nht. last night's performance is what fans expected of the tehis season. the packers in a must win against the eagles... who found themselves in a similar
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the game start to finish. aaron rodgers and the offense looking like 20-11... and the defense... good enough. rodgers with two touchdown passes. packers win... 27 to 13. we take on the texans next weekend. our packer coverage is just getting started. stay with us... the voice of the packers -- waynee larrivee -- is live in studio coming up at 6-50 . we'll take a look at what sparked the offensive revival... and whether the packers can use this win to turn the season around. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--home safe and sound. what lead to the disapearnce of a california couple. then -- we're following some breaking news this morning. more than 70 peoplere dead after plane crash in colombia. what intvestigators say might have brought the plane down.
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today on the morning blend the story of a boy - who felt he was a girl - beginning at the age of two. plus the special reason why one couple adopted
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yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se win goabout 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of ow morning is partly cloudy with afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the
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breaking news this morning.... investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly plane crash in colombia. the plane was carrying a brazilian soccer team... which was heading to colombia for a tournament. right now -- we know out of 81 passangers.... only 5 survived. it is not clear what caused the crash... but colombia had been hit by heavy rains and thunderstorms in recent hours. another case of zika is found in the u-s... this time in texas. health officials say the virus was found in a women near the mexican boarder. they say the woman has not traveled to an area where the virus is circulatingthe only other u-s state where the virus is active is florida. a happy ending in the case of a couple who went missing over the weekend in california.the couple was found ?alive in their vehicle after getting stuck in a snow storm. susan and rory holloter told their son they were stuck in the snow... that what was the last time he heard from them. authorities say both are in
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--a holiday tradition is back for beer lovers. where they can go to get a taste of christmas this weekend. also-- ever wonder why you end up spending more than you planned while holiday shopping. we take a look at what stores are doing to alter your mindset when browsing for gifts. and taking a live look
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do you ever look at an outfit in your closet and wonder -- why did i buy that?you're not alone... it's actually part psychology and research stores use to get you to buy things... it's especially useful during the holidays. for instance -- if items are on the middle of a shelf and if a price ends in nine studies show people are more likely to buy.and if you think the music you hear is random -- think again.the right genre can make shoppers happier and lose track of time.studies show pop music leads to impulse buys. holiday online shopping is off to ??record setting start. black friday alone brought in
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from yesterday's cyber monday.... but with more than 1-hundred million people shopping yesterday... sales are expected to hit more than three point three billion dollars. one of the area's favorite holiday traditions returns this weekend. the 13th annual miller valley lights lights up this friday.the display is filled with thousands of l-ed lights... synced with holiday music. the light show happens every friday and saturday through decemeber 16th. after the tour you can then head inside to sample the private stock chocolate lager." tours run every 20 minutes. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was mild with highs in the upper 40s, but it was windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most
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hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with highs in the breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s.the first of 2 cold fronts arrives tuesday night, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for wednesday, thursday is mostly cloudy with
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flurries, and highs in the lower 40s. the second cold front will be here thursday night, and despite sunshine, friday and the weekend will only warm up into the upper 30s with lows in the 20s. now let's get a look at the roads... incident freedamptraffic building on the roads speeds at or above posteddrive times on time keeping an eye on the interstate in waukesh and
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we're getting a look at just how expensive -- a recount -- will be for green party candidate jill stein. she'll be paying three point five million dollars to recount every ballot in wisconsin.that money is actually due by 4-30 today. if it's paid.... a telec-onference would take
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then -- the recount would begin on thursday.the elections commission set their deadline for december 12th. the green party is training volunteer observers to monitor the recount--the first training is tonight at the "suburban bourbon" restaurant and bar in muskego--the training session begins at 6- 30. we're expecting announcements today from the trump transition team in new york. sources are confirming at least one cabinet position... plus mitt romney's back for a second meeting potts joins us live from washington with more-- tracie...kellyanne conway, trump's senior adviser who spoke out against mitt romney, now seems to be trying to mend
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q2: general david petraeus was at trump tower yesterday. is he seriously being
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next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --the king of the court is coming to milwaukee. where u can catch a glimpse of a future basketball hall of famer. so there's still time to pick up a present for your favorite brewers fan. the annual sale you don't want to
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you can catch future basketball ''hall of famer'' tonighttonight the bucks are hoping to make lebron james and his cavaliers fear the deer .it could be a tough time on the court for the bucks... as they find themselves early in the season sitting in the 4tace in their division with a 7 and 8 record.the cav's on the other hand... well they're in first place... with no signs of slowing down. tip off is set for 7 tonight. brewers new marketing of the campaign? the team is hosting fan photo shoots thursday through saturday at miller park
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gear and you might see your picture on ads for next season. find more details at tmj-4-dot- com. the brewers are hosting their annual clubhouse sale this weekend. you can t game used jerseys... bats.... tickets... and soeniers for up to 75 percent off. and if you need a little help picking out gifts... the racing sausages will be there to help out. up next on live at daybreak on today'tmj4 --it's t season of giving... how yocan give back today a day after one of the isiest shopping days of the year. also an in depth look at the packer big win from the voice of the packers himself wae ivee. we'll get some thoughts from wayne on whether this is really the team getting back on track... or just bright spot in a sea of mediocrity. and taking a live look
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happening now-- we hear from the mother of teen who police say caused a deadly crash. her warning to other parents th morning. and... breaking news this morning.investigators trying to figure out what caused a plane full of brazilian soccer player to crash. how many survived... and what police believe caused the crash. happening now-- and taking a live look outside-- welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm ann sterling.and - i'm vince vitrano. let's get a look at your weather and traffic together-- with storm meteorologist brian gotter.
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windy with southerly gusts to 30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with upper 30s. now-- let's get to tatiana cash for a look at the roads incident freedamptraffic building on speeds at or above posteddrive times system
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we've just learned a sixth survivor of an overnight plane crash has been found. that person was trapped under the fuselage.we've been telling you about this all morning. the crash happened in colombia-- and some of members of a brazian soccer team are victims. the plane went down early this morning. officials haven't said how those six survivors are doing this morning. investigators are still working on a cause... but say weather might have played a role. officials say the pilot
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moments before the plane went down. the soccer team wn it's way to medellin to play in the finals of a tournament the situation my daughter's in, it could be anybody's child, anybody's loved one a mother speaking out this morning about the crash at put her daughter in jail. her 18 year old daugter... samira coleman-willks is charged in connection with a deadly crash at 27th and capitol.it happened november driving at ti with exred plates. when they went e pull her ovhe drov . court records show she was going 83 miles per ho when she went throughthe intersection of 27th and capitol.she crashed into a car ing thr hedirection.a man iner car died.one other person in her car and three people in the other car were hurt but survived. happening now: fast food workers-- walking off the job
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fair pay. pete zervakis is live at 9th and north-- where protesters have just showed up in about half an hour fast food workers and retail workers calling for 15 dollars an hour say they're going to protest outside of this mcdonald's at 9th and north. this is supposed to be part of a national day of protests. according to organizers... the first demonstrations for $15 an hour wages began on this day four years ago in new york city. they point to 15 dollar an hour minimum wages now in effect in new york... california... and the cities of seattle and washington d- c... saying their protests have worked. in a news release about ?today's protests... organizers are promising "mass, civil disobedience" by working americans who want higher wages and the right to unionize. there's also a protest planned
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and taking a live look outside.. giving tuesday kicks off the holiday giving season.millions of people have spent their money over the black friday weekend and cyber monday but today's focus is all about reaching out to support your community. the international movement started not too long ago and salvation army major steven merrt says it's more than just money people can give their time. "it's a wonderful way that you can be a part of the community,..we all he co- workers, people that live across the street, our neighbors, people that are in
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better business bureau of the wisconsin says there are a few things that you should look out for before giving; scams are frequent around this time of year. if you are looking to donate to a legitimate charity you can visit our website tmj 4 dot com we have more information there. , it felt good." winning is very difficult in th leagu and we haven't hafeele g felt good." wese packers getting a momentum with a win heading into next sunday's game against the texans.the team was firing on all cylinders last night -- on monday night otball against the eagles. a lot of it was thanks to aaron rodgers... who was dialed in! number 12... ended the game with more than three hundred yards.... and two touchdowns. the pack still has a lot of work to do to --- to even consider a run at the playoffs... they first have to get past a 5-hundred record. coming up at 6-50 the voice of the packers waynee larrivee is
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probably just got back from the east coast a few hours ago... so we're going to have to get him cranked up this morning. upext on live at daybreak on today's tmj4-- making dreams come true one step at a time. the amazing complishment one man is making despite a terminal disease. then -- breaking news this morning... evacuations underway in a busy tourist city as crews battle multiple wildfires. we take a conditions residents there are
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right now... evacuations underway in parts of tennessee where wind gusts are pushing wildfires into the tot destination gatlinburg. fire crews are battling 70-mile an hour wind gusts to corral at least 14 fires burning around the city. crews say wind gusts keep bringing down trees, limbs, and other brush that are allowing the fires to spread rapidly.to things worse smoke and ash have created poor visibility in the area. officials say the fires pose a serious threat until rains come... which could happen as
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nearly six million adults in the u-s are vingitheart failure ... but the condition can be prevented ... by staying healthy in middle age. a study out of northwestern esy or high blood pressure es, at age 45 had a substantially lower risk of developing heart failure ... regardless of gender or race. a washington man is proving that terminal lung disease ... can't stop you from pursuing your dream - one step at a time. meet ''even wilson'' ... he suffers from terminal lung disease .. whi almost impossible to breath on his own. wilson just completed the seattle rathma... 26 miles in 11 hours... all while carrying his oxygen tank. wilson ran to raise money for more research on his disease. on a side note... wilson used to ba competitive runner... running a mile in less an 5 minutes.
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happy holidays from crayola. so when do i start? chemistry, baby! the holidays just got more surprising. you can find these great gifts and more in the crayola aisle. each sold separately. you could be hard pressed
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hundreds of drivers are off the road today... joining a national call for 15 dollars an hour. uber has said in the past drivers in its top 20 u-s markets actually average more than 19-dollars an hour.but drivers complain of aggressive fare cuts anno accounting for expenses like gas, repairs and surance. bud light is offering one lucky fan, super bowl tickets for life! it's like willy wonka, except withfootball and beer.the company distributed 37-thousand golden "bud light" cans across the country. if take a picture with the can and post it online with the hashtag... s-b--- tix-4-life and hashtag-sweeps.six winners will be chosen per week... to get a pair of season tickets to the their favorite team. then from that group--- the big winner will be picked to win the grand prize in january. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian gotter. yesterday was mild with highs
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30 mph and rain showers. most of se wisconsin got about 1" of rain in the past 24 hourif cold enough that would have been a foot of snow. the rain moved out of here after midnight, and this morning is partly cloudy with temps in the 40s. this afternoon is sunny, breezy and mild with gh 40s to lower 50s, and a sw breeze to 20 mph. tonight is mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 30s.the first of 2 cold fronts ars tuesday night, and will cool us down into the mid 40s for wednesday, thursday is mostly cloudy with a few morning sprinkles and flurries, and highs in the
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front will be here thursday night, and despite sunshine, friday and the weekend will only warmto uinthe upper
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now-- let's take a look roads.. incident freedamptraffic building on the roads speeds
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it's a better morning to be a packer fan. nice game for the green bay packers who are clinging to hopes they can turn things around and still have time to catch up in the playoff hunt. the voice of
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a half an hour on packers green and gold live. wayne and i will be taking questions from you live on facebook starting at 7-30. just head to today's tmj4 facebook page. still ahead on live at daybreak-- the four things you need to know before you start your day.including... on the hunt: how deer wisconsin hunters tagged during wionsin's gun er season.
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jill stein and independent candidate rocky de la fuente both requested the ouweek. demo clinton's campaign formally joined the effort over the weekend. although stein is the one actively raising money for the recount. estimates from county clerks put the cost at about 3.5- million dollars. the vote isn't close enough for taxpayers to pay for the re-count. so stein has until 4:30 p-m today to pay the the ret december 13. in the meantime... green party attorneys have asked a dane county circuit court order a recount be done entirely donald trump and mitt romney will meet for a second time today amid a messy-and unusually public-debate over who should get the nation's top diplomatic post as secretary of state in the trump administration. fast food workers across the country, and here in milwaukee are calling for 15 dollars an hour. a bus brought protesters to the mcdonald's at 9th and
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wrapping up about 15 minutes ago.nearly 20 airports, including o'hare, are also joining nationwide protests for higher pay and union rights. the final gun deer harvest numbers are expected to come out today. d-n-r officials reported a robust deer population... but it appears harvest totals could be down for the 2016 season. d-n-r have registered their deer. incident freehevay roadway traffic speeds and drive times
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good morning. breaking news. a charter plane crashes in colombia. 81 people on board, including a professional soccer team. this morning, five survivors pulled from the wreckage. tennessee burns. wildfires raging out of control in the great smokey mountains. mandatory evacuations ordered in two resort towns. flames now at the edge of the famous dollywood resort, and this nearby hotel where guests appear to be trapped inside. officials believe arson is to blame. we're live with the latest. is he a terrorist? new images emerge of the man behind the attack at ohio state university. >> there's a guy crashed his car

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