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worked into the night to take a closer look at ?your votes for president. plus: staying connected: who's pushing for faster internet speeds across the state-- and ?what areas could see the benefits-- of the 35-million dollar plan. and later: get out and enjoy the sun! the important reason why growing kids-- need a little natural light in their lives-- and what could happen if they ?don't and taking a live look outside-- third ward for the holiday lights welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.it's finally friday! good morning, i'm julia fello. susan kim has the morning off. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... yesterday remained cloudy and
westerly wind to 20 mph, and spotty drizzle. wind chills were near 30 all day. this morning is the upper 20s to lower 30s under a cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as this afternoon is mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper 30s. tonight is cloudy and chilly with 20s. wisconsin's recount of its november 8th election vote is underway. it began yesterday... but much later than expected in waukesha county. pete zervakis is live to explain why. here at the waukesha county courthouse workers didn't
10:45 pm last night. the counting continued until midnight. the county clerk said yesterday afternoon that workers were sorting through ballots before they could count them. for instance: they had to look at all absentee voting envelopes and match the total number to a log of absentee votes. but preparations like that stretched on into the night. the wisconsin elections says - starting today - it will try to gather and release daily recount data from all of wi showing any tally changes for voting wards. the agency will get an explanation from local officials for any cases in which 10 or moves are changed in a given, reporting unit. remember: trump's victory here was by about 22-thousand votes. here in waukesha county ... the the clerk says workers will be back at 8 am to get an early start on continuing the recount process. live...pz...
wisconsin's votes have to be certified by december 13th.the electoral college meets and sends the votes to congress on december 19th.congress counts those votes on january 6th. michigan was supposed to start ?its? recount today. but the trump campaign filed an objection. that will delay the start of michigan's recount until next week.?pennsylvania? has a hearing on monday on stein's request for a recount ?there.? assembly speaker robin vos just named two republs writing committee. represenative mark born of beaver dam and mike rohr-kaste of neenah they will join other republicans on the joint finance committee.it is the lawmakers first such happening right now: a procession-- for former cuban leader fidel castro. this is video-- we just got into the newsroom of castro's ashes being slowly driven through one city. an outpouring of grief and emotion as the casket carrying castro's remains began the second leg of a journey across
retraces in reverse the path of the triumphant march of castro and his rebels across the island to enter havana on january first, 19-59. castro's ashes will be interred on sunday in the eastern city of santiago, ending a nine-day period of mourning. happening today -- the man accused of hitting and killing two bikers in muskego is expected to appear in court for a hearing. police say brett hartley admitted to falling asleep at the wheel when he hit paul brown and tony oliver back in june. hartley says he was at a party the night before and was very also heading to court this morning -- 18-year-old samira coleman-wilks.according to the criminal complaint, samira was traveling at 83 miles per hour at 27th and capitol... when she crashed... killing an 18 and 19 year-old.milwaukee police say she's never had a valid driver's license... and was speeding away from officers who pulled her over, when the crash
prison for his involvment with death of little laylah petersen .barrett was one of two men who opened fire on the five year old's house back in november of 2014. laylah was sitting on her grand-pa's lap when she was shot and killed. milwaukee police say the men wanted revenge for a murder and mistakenly shot at the wrong house. some of wisconsin's most rural and rustic areas-- could get a broadband ?boost soon. governor scott walker is making a broadband internet to rural parts of the state. the governor says he's held 70 plus public listening sessions-- and thousands of people have the same complaint-- they need better service. he's asking lawmakers to pass a 35-million dollar proposal to make it the chancellor of u-w- madison .. as well as her counterpart at u-w-m ... say they do ?not have the authority to declare a 'sanctuary campus' for students who came to the country illegally as minors. uw-madison's student
trump takes office in january... fearing trump may start deporting illegal more news now:a christmas tradition comes to an end in michigan's upper peninsula.a nativity scene on city property was removed shortly after being put up.city leaders took it down after getting several complaints from the madison based "freedom from religion foundation"menominee's city manager says the display violates city policy. "the nativity scene is something of christmas and we all that, but when it's the government we have to take a little a church in meonominee confirms it will display the nativity scene.'abundant life church and mission' said it would put up the scene after fixing it up. and santa claus is getting diverse in minneapolis. for the first time ?ever, visitors at the ?mall of america will have the option to meet an african-american santa claus. ?santa larry? will now be part of the "santa experience" at the mall. "santa larry" says he's excited to take toy orders this year-- and show
yesterday remained cloudy and breezy with highs near 40, a westerly wind to 20 mph, spotty drizzle. wind chills were near 30 all day. this morning is the upper 20s to lower 30s under a mostly cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as this afternoon is mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
every student at kagel school will be warm this winter thanks to a donation by a milwaukee brewers catcher. marcus hanel and his wife will present more than 300 new coats to the kids this morning. and we hear the brs may make an the village of greendale hosts its annual "dickens of a christmas" celebration tonight. the evening features live caroling and strolling musicians......activities for families... even horse drawn wagon rides. things get started at 4:00 this evening... ...and again... the public library invited me to read christmas and holiday themed books to kids... that will be
it's a delicious display of holiday cheer at the milwaukee public market!m-a-t-c baking students will once again show off their culinary skills with their holiday gingerbread houses. you're looking at video-- from a few years ago. some of the sugary structures are pretty impressive! you'll be able to check those gingerbread houses out-- starting today-- and until december still ahead this morning: kids can get a letter to the guy in charge at the north pole... and why they might even hear back from him, too! plus...he's back! a look at one golf legend's return to the competition-- for the first time in more than a year. more life at daybreak is and taking a live look from downtown milwaukee..christmas is in the air... and if you live in milwaukee's third
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today that a married couple opened fire at a holiday party in san bernardino, california killing 14 people and wounding 21 others.syed farook and tashfeen malik were later killed in a shootout with police.today's anniversary will be marked with a number of events.... starting with a memorial bike ride this morning...and ending with a community gathering this morning the bureau of labor statistics will release job numbers for the month of novemberpredictions by economists say the report will show at least 175-thousand jobs were added .. t the figure could top 200- thousand.the unemployment rate may also drop slightly. beyond wisconsin - nearly a dozen people a safe at home today.. after being taken hostage inside a florida bank thursday.deputies say the suspect attempted to b the community first credit union in jacksonville.hostage negotiators say the suspect made several demands and asked for fato be on hoages. no inries were reported.
fire that killed a teen late last night in indianapolis. investigators are trying to determine what sparked the deadly fire, but a man who was in the house said it seemed to start near the stove.the victim was trapped inside the house in a wheelchair. tiger woods makes a comeback! the golf legend-- just made his first appearance in a tournament round in nearly 16 months.woods has been recovering from back surgery. he was on fire early in tournament but that streak fade ods finished with a er one-par 73 and andst let's get a check of your weather and traffic together...
breezy with highs near 40, a westerly wind to 20 mph, and spotty drizzle. wind chills were near 30 all day. this morning is the upper 20s to lower 30s unde cloudy sky and light breeze. get used to the dreary clouds as this afternoon is mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly with highs in the mid to upper 30s.
least the wind will be light. monday finally seems some sun with highs in the lower 40s. incident freeslick slippery spotstraffic building speeds at or above posteddrive times around or on time here's another reason to encourage kids to play outside.. it's good for their eyesight. exposure to sunlight appears to be key... researchers in london studied
who'd had the most u-v-b exposure during their younger years were less likely to be nearsighted.despite the benefit, experts say to avoid harsh midday sunlight and wear sunscreen. cancer is america's second largest killer.but more than half of all cancer deaths could be prevented by maintaining a healthy lifestyle.experts say avoiding high calorie food and drinks, eating more fruits and veggies, plus limiting red meat and alcohol ... can reduce your risk of developing should also aim to get at least 150 minutes of exercise a week. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...new in the neighborhood-- the restaurant that'll join an impressive line up of eateries in walkers point next year.also up next... holiday box office preview: your first look at some of the flicks-- heating up theaters--
the holiday season usually affords us some time-off to spend with family and friends. that's why hollywood makes sure there's plenty in theaters to keep us entertained. girl power gets a boost at the box office over the next month. see natalie portman nation's trsfmative f the first-ladies in "jackie"... annette bening raises her son with additional feminine influence in "20th century women"... and african american scientists prove they have the right stuff in the early days of nasa you can get a jump on potential oscar nominees. ryan gosling and emma stone reunite for the modern musical "la-la land"... denzel washington and viola davis charge-up this adaptation of the tony-winning play ences"... and christia missionaries travel to a forbidden land in martin scorsese's "silence." other anticipated films will take you out of this world: the buzz-force is strong for the star wars spinoff "rogue
anls in "collateral beauty"... and chris pratt and jennifer lawrence have a zero- gravity hookup in "passengers." coming up:the presidential recount kicked off in wisconsin.. but not without some struggles. the county that's hoping to redeem themselves this morning. plus... smiling faces on christmas morning is going to cost you.homuch americans will be spending these next the holidays. the annual chs in the ward is tonight.. you're taking a live from downtown.
introducing the reen from subway a sandwich as full of intrigue as it is flavor. some say it was invented by deli owner arnold reuben. game. and some insist it was hollywood starlet marjorie rambeau in a fit of crazed hunger. seriously. the reuben's past may be debatable, but its great taste is not. stked th lean corned bee bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread. we don't know where it came from, but we know where you can