tv Todays TMJ4 News Live at Daybreak Early Edition II NBC November 18, 2016 5:30am-6:00am CST
now at 5:30 - caught in the act:the new video-- of a robbery turned shooting in west allis-- and how you can help find the guy who did it. game day ready! the local schools showing off their football pride this morning-- for teams heading to the state championship! we're talking about some of the ?sendoffs- field! plus: pete zervakis explains why one school start date ?could shift. and brian niznansky is in waukesha-- where the city will get ?festive tonight! ann sterling has more on milwaukee's ?first naturalization ceremony-- since election day. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. from 72 and sunny-- to cold, windy and wet. get ready for our first ?miserable
team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- should we just stay inside all weekend?! yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm syst minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light overnight and early saturday morning with no accumulation. drive times are on time traffic is steady no incidents
the superintendent of milwaukee public schools will share an update this morning on a proposed shift in the school year calendar. the school year would start - and of course end - earlier. pete zervakis is live to explain. at mps's traditional calendar schools this year classes started september 1st... and run through june 9th. a proposal befohe start of the school year to mid august. if approved... classes would end in may. the district says that would help students land internships... and allow them to take classes that didn't fit into their schedule during a four week "j-term" in june. since november 1st... m-p-s says it's been gathering feedback from parents on the proposal. there have been listening sessions... and families can share thoughts in a survey on
this morning at 10 a-m... superintendent darrienne driver is expected to provide an update on the proposed changes here at mps headquarters. they would have to be approved by the school board and the state's department of public instruction. live...pz... tmj4 new this morning -a 23-year-old milwaukee man with an arrest record -- faces new charges -- after police say he shot at them during an last night near 26th and ruby. the officers returned fire, but no one was hit.the suspect was arrested after a brief foot chase.no one was hurt. police down here i don't care where he gets them from we just need more police down here a southside milwaukee alderman calling for more police on the street.bob donovan says his district faces issues like slow 9-1-1 responses, prostitution and mobile drug dealing. he and three other aldermen wrote a letter to police chief ed
officers in districts two and six. those calls upset common council president ashanti hamiliton. who says the aldermen are undermining a newly passed comprehensive policing stategy. new surveillance video shows the moments after a robbery that ended in a shooting -- it happened at a cell-phone store in west allis. the gunman left a trail of cash as he ran from the cricket wireless store-- a customer was shot -- but is expected to be o-k. if police hope someone will recognize the suspect... and give them a call. . happening right now: fighting continues in the northern iraqi city of mosul. large smoke plumes could be seen above the rooftops.iraqi special forces have been engaged in an offensive for weeks now, slowly pushing back on isis fighters within.we're told that the fight could last weeks, if not months. even for those who managed to escape isis, the nightmare does not end. reports of isis using civilians as human shields. making it difficult for the offensive as troops move in.
president george w. bush managed to 'sneak' into town thursday night.bush was the keynote speaker at froedtert and the medical college of wisconsin's healthcare dinner. the annual event raises funds for the digestive disease while world leaders wonder what donald trump's presidency will look like from the outside, trump's transition team is still trying to figure out what it will like from within. this weekend, trump will meet with one of his harshest critics within the republican party: mitt romney. the word is that they'll discuss romney as a secretary of state. also in the works.. a "thank you" tour of blue states turned red sometime after thanksgiving. its been 10 days since donald trump has been elected the next president of the united states and this group didn't get to vote in this years election.. but this afternoon in milwaukee they will become america's newest citizens.ann sterling is live at state fair park with a look ahead. about 200 people sworn-in as
right here at state fair park expo center.it's scheduled for 2pm. the campaign rhetoric in the past year often focused on immigrants. during the , trump called for a wall to be built along the u.s.-mexican border, an increase in deportations of people in the country illegally and a ban on muslims from entering the u.s. since election night, hundreds of racially have been reported, and protesters have flooded streets across the country. some of those protest happening right here in milwaukee
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yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late evening showers. the main issue today is the sw evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early
division two title. that game at one p-m.the day wraps up with a division one matchup -- kimberly versus franklin. cedar grove belgium holding their heads high this morning - - even after taking the defending state champions down to the wire. the rockets taking on amherst in the division five state championship... the were down two touchdowns at half time... then mounted a second half comeback ... tying the score wi third quarter... before taking the lead in the fourth.but .. a fumble sets up a game winning field goal for the amherst falcons.final score 38-35. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4:funny money: the huge haul of counterfeit cash found all across the country! then -- turkey troubles? the apps-- and countertop technology that can help you avoid burning your
mother in-law with a keen sense of smell... glad bag, full of trash. what happens next? nothing. only glad has febreze to neutralize odors for 5 days. guaranteed. even the most perceptive noses won't notice the trash. be happy. it's glad. in six days, things are going to get stressful in kitchens across america. so we've got some hand devices to help make your holiday run smoothly. let's start with "alexa"..
smart home device.. alexa can answer questions and even link to smart appliances. there's also machines like the jewel... set it from your smart phone... and an alert will tell you when the turkey is ready.or maybe chopping is what's getting you down. this electric spiralizer allows for quick prep of fresh vegetables to roast. toyota plans to develop a battery-powered car and get it to market as quickly as possible.for years, the automaker has been skeptical there's a limited customer appeal due to their short range and long charging times. the company has focused mainly on hybrid cars, but sales of the prius have dropped in the u-s, amid cheaper gas prices. trending today: how excited is vice president-elect mike pence to be back on capitol hill? see for yourself.ahead of a day jampacked with meetings, pence posed for a selfie with all the members of the g-o-p leadership conference. after the photo
speaker paul ryan. think about this.. we have exactly 43 days left in the year! but first, lets look at today's date - november 18th. on this day in 18-83, the 4 time zones were created. why? to simplify the country's railroad schedules and put cross-country friendships on track.fast forward to 19-28.. disney came out with the film "steamboat willie".. and that's actually the first time we see mickey mouse.. making him 88 tatiana and brian have another look at your weather and traffic together...
degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early saturday morning with no accumulation.after the light wintry mix in the morning, saturday afternoon will have sunshine, but it will be very cold and windy. high temps
the wind will be miserable for everyone, especially hunters in the woods. if you are looking for accumulating 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 lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s, and brisk wind chills. beyond wisconsin now - the secret service announced a record haul of counterfeit u-s currency - 30 million dollars worth.the fake bills were
raids.the secret service says 48 people were arrested in the operation.peru is the world's biggest source of fake u-s currency. 260-million dollars... that's how much j-p morgan has agreed to pay in fines to settle charges the firm hired individuals in exchange for business contracts.the settlement ends a nearly three year investigation into whether the company violated u-s anti-bribery laws. the rift between the new york times and donald trump may be paying off for the news see. the times added 41-thousand subscriptions-- the largest increase since 2011.in a recent series of tweets, trump said the, quote, "fools" at the new york times were "losing thousands of subscribers" because of its coverage. still ahead on live at daybreak on today's tmj4: the simple way you can help save a life-- this holiday season. plus: food for the hungry-- the community gets involved-- to make folks-- thankful--
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available at balistreri sendik's food markets and buddy squirrel stores. proceeds benefit the macc fund, which raises money to fight pediatric cancer. the hunger task force is filling the bins for milwaukee families this thanksgiving. nearly 100 volunteers are expected to gather this morning to fill the boxes with holiday food items like potatoes, squash and turkey. afterwards, picked up by local food pantry coordinators and distributed to 800 local families facing the greatest need this season. much more is happening at six-- on live at daybreak. including... another meeting to discuss the future of the milwaukee street car.who will pay for the costs, and when you could take a ride also... pete zervakis tells you about a new app to help make deer hunting a little
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welcome to live at daybreak. i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.minnesota-- is bracing for some serious winter weather today-- and there could be some ?flurries-- in our area this weekend, too. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- has a look at your forecast. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, increasing clouds, and a