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allegedly shooting at a 27-year-old man and a 24- year-old woman. it happened near the intersection with police headquarters. you got all these policemen all over the place, the courthouse right there, and you're going to pick that corner right there to shoot? no one was hurt. police say the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute over a case in criminal court. now to the recount in the presidential election. clerks across wisconsin begin re- counting ballots at 8 o'clock torr will be counted by hand, others by machine. ben jordan is live with more on how this will work. the milwaukee county clerk says everything is in place and ready to go for tomorrow morning. after a morning conference call to clear up the rule. we know this is going to be a lot of work in a short amount of time this is a familiar sight for all 72 counties in wisconsin - transporting giant bins of ballots to be recounted. here in milwaukee
moving company. "you don't just move hundreds of thousands of ballots, throw them in the trunk of a car and take them." the 444,000 ballots -- taken by truck to the election commission warehouse - where 130 workers will get to work. they have voting machines stored there. they have their tables and chairs that are stored there. all of the recount workers will be sworn in trained, and expected to work an 8 hour shift per day for. "i guess we could call it controlled chaos."across the state, roughly 30 counties are opting to recount exclusively by hand. not here though. the plan in milwaukee county is to use machines given the dane county judges ruling." "it would have been much more difficult and much more labor intensive," after the 12 day process, the milwaukee county clerk says he is expecting to see the numbers stay close to their count from election night. "i don't think we're going to see a change in outcome of the winner of the election in wisconsin. that would be extremely rare for
required to send a nightly email with the day's vote tally. live at the courthouse, ben jordan today's tmj4. the republican party of wisconsin filed a complaint with the federal election commission er the state g-o-p claims the clinton campaign is ?coordinating? the recount with the stein campaign. the stein campaign says it is ?not? coordinating with clinton. once again, the recont begins ?tomorrow.? wisconsin votes have to be certified by december 13th. the electoral college meets and sends their to votes to congress on december 19th. congress counts those votes on january 6th. stein's campaign today filed for a recount in ?michigan.? and yesterday they filed for a recount in ?pennsylvania.?
election. wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania have a combined 46 electoral votes. if all those votes were to go to clinton, it would be enough for her to win the presidency. more news now.criminal charges will not be filed against the charlotte, north carolina police officer who shot and killed a black motorist. both the officer and the motorist are african american. the shooting was captured on police video and scott's wife captured the shooting on her cell phone. what he saw was a man who had drawn a gun when confronted by police, exited a vehicle with a gun in hand and failed to comply with officers who commanded him at least 10 times to put the gun down. when considering imminent threat, it's important to consider the science of response time and reaction time. the reality is that mr. scott could have raised his gun and killed officer vincent or another officer before any of them could have reacted to
the police shooting led to two nights of violent protests in charlotte. nine months after christopher davis was shot and killed by a walworth county sheriff's deputy, the davis family is speaking out. the milwaukee man died when his relatives drove him into a drug sting--- and ultimately directly at a sheriff's deputy. casey geraldo joins us live with a look at a news conference called by the davis family. the family had a demonstration out here today. the davis family still has a civil case in christophers death. davis was shot by a walworth coty wasnt charged. now davis sister says shes pushing ahead in the name of her brother and other families impacted by officer involved shootings. she started an organization named after the date of her brothers death. "everything is connected we're all connected whether we want to believe it our not and this is how i show it is through through them because this was my catalyst to me opening soul to 2-4." davis says she wants to use
who may be impcted by any type of violence in the community. live in mke cg tmj4 a packers player is becoming a star. what he's doing better this year... later in sports. the same storm system that brought us monday's rain continues to crawl across the country at a snails pace, the ce will move across wisconsin today and into thursday, wrapping a bit of moisture around it. this means scattered light rain showers mixing in with scattered light snow showers will be present this evening and into the overnight hours when more snow
ou see any doctor who accepts medicare, either in or out of network. with doctor visits as low as five dollars and prescription drug coverage. network health. we're person to person. five people died in storms in alabama and overnight.the national weather service is trying to find out if tornadoes touched down. the storms also dropped about two inches of rain, causing flooding in northern alabama. the same storm brought much needed rain to the parts of tennessee devasted by wildfires. 7 people are known dead. the fire destroyed a home a couple finished building just three months ago. they lost everything. "my mom and grandmother's wedding dress, and our pictures. my mom's hope chest."
we're devastated, but our family's safe. we're all together. thousands of people are still out of their homes. the f-b-i says it's too soon to say if the attack at ohio state university this week was a terrorist attack. the f-b-i says the man who carried out the attack with a car and a knife may have been ?inspired? by the islamic state group and by al qaida.11 people were hurt in the attack. a police officer shot and killed the man. armed robberies, in the last place you'd expect: a local cemetery! the newsroom with a story new at six. thanks george and carole.it's happened twice in just the past few weeks: loved ones, paying their respects... then robbed! tonight, one of the victims talks about his terrifying experience. the unusual weapon the thieves used on him, before stealing his car and belongings.that's coming up new on live at 6. what kind of weather can we expect for the first of december? john malan is here in just a moment with the forecast. and next: the thoughtfull gift that meant so
a new orleans family is thankful for the gift they received just in time for christmas. and in this case it's true that the best things come in small packages.you see it there, in that small box. here's the story. that ring belonged to a pilot in world war two. he bailed out of his fighter plane over italy on christmas eve, 1943. he was injured. a ten year old boy and his 20 year old brother rescued the pilot. the pilot gave them his ring keeping. german soldiers eventually captured the pilot. he spent the rest of the war in a p-o-w camp, and returned home to start a family. the brothers kept his ring for 73 years... and recently worked to find the man's family. the family received the ring yesterday. "i feel have a father like this. i feel blessed that the vfw was kind enough to got to all this extent to verify everything is true and correct and to bring this back home, i just know dad is looking down from heaven smiling and so
and here's something else. the pilot was injured when his parachute landed in a grove of trees. the box the ring came in... is made from wood from the same grove of trees. and those bits of metal are from his plane. november weather doesn't get much warmer than we've had this month. and when we say "this month," we are leaving out today. because, john malan, today no way, not no how. a few flurries will linger into thursday morning with a dusting on grassy surfaces is possible but little to no accumulation is expected because temperatures will remain above freezing overnight. thursday afternoon will be mainly cloudy and cool
it will feel colder with a brisk westerly wind at 10-15mph.we'll see a bit more sunshine on friday but there will still be clouds around and with a northwest wind it will be cool with highs only in the 30s. upper 30s are typical for early december however and that's where the temps will stay for saturday with partly cloudy skies. the clouds increase on sunday with
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sunday at lambeau field. that should be a big problem for houston defense. and so should the emergence of davante adams. rod burks is in green bay. ((rod burks says he's a guy that's really turning into a playmaker for the green bay packers in his third season. wide receiver davante adams showing what he can do now that he's completely healthy.)) ((davante adams says obviously i feel way better. bodywise, season i feel amazing so yeah, i always told everybody once i was healthy i was able to produce. and i'm not going to be perfect. i'm still going to have, you know different, i'm human so but i feel great right now so just hoping to keep it rolling.))((aaron rodgers says he's playing more confidently i think. but the biggest thing from him is his health. you know, last year i
it's on purpose. last year he wasn't healthy. and this year he's been healthy and he's played the way that we projected him to play last year when we said that he was the mvp of training camp and he was coming along and going to be a star.finally healthy. and healthy, confident. and when you're more you make plays like he game on monday and like he's most of the season.))((rod burks says adams can expect attention going into this game against houston on sunday here field. with the pack, in green bay, i'm rod burks for today's tmj4.)) the bucks had cleveland so confused last night. check out this easy dunk by tony snell, matthew dellavedova sees him wide open and lobs it to him. the as spot shadow. j-r smith is busy hugging jason terry on the bucks bench while the ball is in play. and then smith's response is strange. ((reporter asks can you take us through what happened with the play with jason terry? j.r. smith says what play? reporter asks you ran off the court and hugged him. and gave up the layup.j.r. smith says oh really? i wasn't paying attention. i wasn't aware of that. reporter asks you didn't know they were inbounding the ball? j.r. smith says what play you talking about? reporter asks in the first half, you ran off the court
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tonight, double disaster -- a rising death toll as wildfires, then tornadoes explode across the south. new threats, new warnings as a big part of the country gets hit with wild extremes. no charges in a fatal police shooting that spark d protests. why prosecutors say the officer was justified. in using deadly force. frantic final words from the pilot of that doomed jetliner, repeatedly telling air traffic control his plane was rapidly running out of fuel. how could this have happened? art of the deal? donald trump turns a campaign rallying cry into action, saving jobs at carrier, from moving to mexico. what did it take? and making it work -- the big american company where