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their ballots all went through these two high efficiency machines - that recount 10,000 ballots per hour.(nat machines) but the process hasn't all gone according to plan here there was a mix up last night with greenfield in which more than 400 ballots were accidentally left behind.16:45 "those ballots were retrieved, brought to the recount, those ballots were counted and the city of greenfield votes were all included in the recount." there was another issue this afternoon with 70 absentee ballots from the city of milwaukee.those have been been matched with the original. joe czarnezki clerk15:40 "absentee ballots haven't been filled out properly so votes have been disqualified." overall, county clerk joe czarnezki says the variations here have been very slight after a week of countless hours for tabulators like chris dahl.chris dahl - tabulator30:10 "it actually does feel pretty good to verify that the elections is the way it turned out on election night." waukesha is still working through their final municipalities the clerk's
tomorrow morning. we'll be here awaiting the final ballot. live in milwaukee, ben jordan today's tmj4. president-elect donald trump's is on a thank you tour -- is headed to the badger state... both he and vice-president elect mike pence will stop through west allis at the wisconsin state fair grounds next tuesday... the event at four. continuing coverage -- a deadly night on milwaukee streets. right now, police are investigating 3 separate shootings that left 4 people dead -- and one person injured. the first shooting was reported just after 10-30 last night near 36th and thurston... a 60 year old man dead after crashing a car into a house... but the impact may not be what killed him. when firefighters found the man... they discovered a gunshot wound in
the second shooting was called in around 1-30 -- this one a double homicide... on the city's northwest side.. -that's where we find lauren winfrey with the latest details. george and carole ... police found reggie brown and his friend dead inside the bedroom of this home. i spoke to reggie's mom ... who says she's heartbroken and searching for answers. "he didn't deserve to die like thathe didn't." rosie abner is referring to her 36- who was shot and killed early thursday morning. "he was my baby, he did everything for me. helped me out a lot." acoording to police, officers responded to a report of a double shooting in the area of 107th street and appleton, and despite life saving efforts brown and his friend died at the scene. "someone just went in the house and shot him and the young lady multiple times while they were sleeping, multiple times." but abner says she doesn't know why.
and that's all we can do is wait." and while she waits she has a reques "i wish they would just come forward and turn themselves in to the police because they will be caught." brown's mom said a year ago today her nephew was also shot and killed which makes the shooting death of her son even that much harder to process. live on milwaukee's side, lauren winfrey today's tmj4 police also investigating another deadly shooting at 52nd and greentree.officers found a 34-year-old man and 32-year-old woman-- both with gunshot wounds.police say the man died but the woman is expected to survive.details of this shooting are still being investigated. more than two years after laylah petersen was shot and killed... the third and final defendant involved her death has now been sentenced-- 24 year old arlis gordon will spend thirty years in the
has remorse for being caught petersen's father talked to reporters after the judge sentenced gordon. the other shooter involved in the case - carl barrett - was sentenced to 65 years last week. the driver - paul farr... was sentenced to five months. major renovations following summerfest's big 50-th celebration next year... officials saying they will tear down the u-s cellular connection stage following the 2017 festival and rebuild the stage near the north end of the mike grounds. the renovation is part of a new 10-year agreement with sponsor u.s. cellular. the project is expected to be ready for the 2018 festival. milwaukee's downtown skyline... getting another new addition. bmo harris bank announcing plans today to build a new 25-story office tower. these are renderings of the project.construction is expected to begin next fall with completion in december 2019. the total price tag: 137 million- you think you have a lot to do
morning? consider what the salvation army has to get done. the charitable organization is gearing up for their biggest annual event. the milwaukee christmas meal is coming up on christmas day. over eight thousand people will be fed on christmas day. it is the largest meal of its kind served by the salvation army across the nation. major stephen merritt/salvat ion army: 14:45:48 our bell ringers are out until christmas eve. so when you see the red kettle remember those that are in need that are in our community. the salvation army is helpg also be helping in the coming year.incidentally--- the salvation army still needs lots of volunteers for this holiday season. contact them and you will surely be welcomed with open arms. today's tmj4 is also proud to partner with the hunger task force and raymond james investments on "home 4 the holidays." its a virtual food drive that provides all the ingredients for a holiday meal. just go to tmj4.com and look for the "home 4 the holidays"
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presidential medal of freedom. president kennedy grounded glenn after his historic flight--- because he regarded the hero as a national treasure. in 1998, though, glenn successfully lobbied to return to space aboard the space shuttle discovery. more news now.a man who was hired to portray santa -- has found himself on the naughty list...and the ?uloyment? list --the santa fat shamed a nine year old--.as the boy hopped north carolina mall over the weekend -- he was told to lay off the hamburgers and french fries. i would be upset you know it's just not the proper thing for a santa to say to a child... it's uncalled for he definitely deserved to be fired. and that's exactly what happened. the boy said santa did apologize after the incident -- but said it didn't feel genuine. donald trump continues to build his administration. but news of his cabinet choices is
twitter tirade.this time with indiana union leader chuck jones, who said in an interview that trump inflated the number of jobs saved in the deal with carrier.jones says he believes trump overreacted in his tweet, but that he remains grateful that the president-elect helped eight- hundred jobs remain in indianapolis. the milwaukee bucks looking to build a better future for local workers.. shannon sims is in the newsroom with a story new at six. thanks george and carole. local workers to help with the new arena, but the team wants to create a sustainable future for people in need of jobs.. tonight.. how they plan to achieve that goal.. that's coming up new on live at 6. still ahead -- as the cold sets in-- local shelters are collecting cold weather items -- we'll tell you what supplies they need most..plus -- the reason why these birds are parading around in santa
with plummeting temperatures - - we sent rikki mitchell-- fresh from a stint in arizona an glad to have a hat-- to talk to people about how they're adjusting to the cold. she joins us live from the milwaukee river -- where ice is starting to form we noticed this earlier in the day -- take a look -- p over -- in case you needed another reminder that it's cold outside. 5:14 in a few days this will all seem normal 5:16the first bitter cold snap of the season has many people in milwaukee bundling up and throwing on the layers.23:30 i wear two layers of jackets a scarf gloves which i'll probably need thicker ones 23:35and while we all break out the hats and gloves -- st. ben's downtown is running out as
door looking for warmth.br. rob roemer/capuchin community services 6:37 we have a lot of call for hats gloves and coats for our people who are living on the streets and this afternoon we've had a lot of calls just for hats and gloves 6:44he says they are most in need of men's gloves -- and accept donations every day at their location near state and 9th street.and while it's not quite cold enough for warming centers to open -- br. roemer says they also provide a warm meal for those who need it most.8:27 it's amazing how many people are sleeping outside in this cold weather it blows my mind that there's people out there in this bitter cold 8:34 st bens serves their meal every day starting at 5:15. and normally -- they allow peopleto start lining up outside but they said because temps were so cold today -- they let people wait inside. reporting live rm today's tmj4. there's still time to buy a macc star and help cure
designed by leukemia patient bailey dove. it only costs 10 dollars and is available at sendik's food markets and buddy squirrel stores. just how cold we're going to get in the coming days... then john malan..he joins us now in the weather center... friday will be partly cloudy, breezy and still cold with a high of only 24 milwaukee and wind chills close to 10 degrees. saturday will start out cold with temps in the teens and the clouds will be increasing during the day, keeping temps in the low 20s again. a storm system brings snow showers to southeastern wisconsin mainly after 5pm, snow will continue
sunday morning bringing generally 3-4" of snow . there will be a brief period of clearing out midday sunday with a high of 30 degrees but another round of snow moves in sunday evening and into monday to bring more shovel-able snow. stay tuned to the forecast as each part of this storm system could change directions and thus change snow totals. after the snow stops on monday afternoon temperatures will be dropping back into the mid-20s.a reinforcing shot of cold air follows the snow on tuesday with highs barely making it to 20 degrees in milwaukee, lows will be in the single digits
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and he just does not want to come off the field and i think he's a tremendous example for your younger players and he's been a tremendous asset to our program.)) kevin garnnett was at the bucks practice for a couple of days and whatever he told the team... worked.milwaukee bounced back after their one-point loss to the spurs to beat the trail blazers last night. so far 22 has been good to giannis antetokounmpo.a day afr celebrates by picking up his second triple-double of the season... 15 points... 12 rebounds... 11 assists.and after the game giannis saying his teammate jabari parker is a beast right now.parker with a team high 27 points.the duo after last night's 115-107 win. ((i just try to find my teammates and play basketball, try to find the open guy... we just wanted to get back in rhythm. i think we did in the
three-point line. our defense was great and we just run and move the 2:49 it feels good. it also gave us confidence because we can compete with any team. we only lost by one to san antonio we wish we would have got it but we made up for it out here.)) last night the lakers taking on sam dekker and the houston rockets.l-a down big heading into halftime.but lou williams from wayyy downtown makes what should be a 6-point shot.but the rockets end up beating the lakers by 39. dekker had 12 points in that game.that's sports.we're back
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breaking news tonight. the passing of an icon. john glenn, war hero turned astronaut, the first american to orbit the earth, the last of the mercury seven. a distinguished u.s. tonight we bid him god speed. siberian expressway, the deep freeze turns deadly. treacherous conditions about to get worse, with temperatures set to plunge even lower. mumps outbreak, cases sky rocketing on a ten-year high. a warning for families as college students head home for the holidays. and hatch mals hysteria, they're the