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Tuesday Morning SprintAn Alert Day is in set for today as we see an extremely cold Tuesday.
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Tuesday Morning Sprint

Morning sprint as we get you out the door with everything you need to know... that includes an alert day due some extreme cold... meteorologist haddie mclean is here with the details.

Today: flurries ending early, then becoming mostly sunny and much colder.

High: 16 wind: w/nw 8-15 mph tonight: mostly clear and very cold overnight.

Low: 4; wind chills: 0 to -10 by morning wind: w 6-12 mph lake mendota could be frozen in the next few weeks... on average lake mendota freezes by the 20th of this month but at this point it's anyones guess... and we are starting to see fewer frozen days.

Last year lake mendota famously frozen twice...the first time on record... once in december ...and then it quickly thawed.

The lake officially froze over jan.

10th one of the latest days in the nearly 160 years it has been tracked.

Uw limnologist believe lake mendota could begin having winters where it doesn't freeze over entirely as early as this year or at least within the next decade.

Police say at least four people are dead after a hospital shooting in the czech republic.

Two others are seriously injured this morning and the shooter is at large.

It happened early this morning about 200 miles east of prague.

People are evacuated from the hospital and security is being increased across the country.

Breaking news overnight -- new zealand police are opening a criminal investigation into the deaths of tourists on white island.

The country's most-active volcano erupted there yesterday.

Six people were killed and eight others are presumed dead... as unstable conditions affect search efforts.

House democrats plan to announceme two articles of impeachment against president trump -- later this morning.

Lawmakers will accuse the president of abuse of power, and obstruction of justice.

Republicans, meanwhile, argue democrats just want the president out of office.

Cbs news will have live coverage of the announcement -- after 8 a-m.

The president is tweeting this morning... saying the f-b-i is quote 'badly broken.'

This comes after a justice- department review found no evidence of bias in the f-b-i's russia investigation.

The report did find several procedural errors, though... the nearly 500- page report was heavily critical of the fbi, citing '17 significant inaccuracies and omissions.'

Officials are investigating whether a series of cyber-attacks in pensacola are related to last week's deadly naval air station shooting.

Authorities say it's effected city emails and phones, online payments, and 311 customer service.

The f-b-i says they "have not identified" a connection.

A city of pensacola spokeswoman says they've disconnected several city services until the issue can be resolved.

Governor evers says general donald dunbar will resign -- following a six- month-long investigation into how the wisconsin- national-guard handles reporting sexual assault.

The report details several ways the guard failed survivors.

Governor evers put investigators' recommendation s into an executive order... requiring the guard to make a corrective- action-plan.

The waukesha south high school student who pointed a pellet gun at officers -- leading to a police shooting -- is facing five charges... one of those is a felony.

18-year-old tyrone smith was shot three times after officers say he ignored their commands.

Charges against smith include making terrorist threats and possession of a dangerous weapon at school.

He's set to be in court again a week from today.

In oshkosh... the school- resource- officer who shot a student who stabbed him -- is back home this morning.

Officer michael wiss-ink got a surprise police- escort on his way home from the hospital yesterday.

The16-year-old, meanwhile, is facing charges of attempted first-degr intentional homicide.

The madison plan commission is leaving edgewood's master plan in place... upholding the agreement prohibiting the college and high school from hosting nighttime sporting events at its field.

A city attorney says even though the master plan was upheld -- the city council still has the final say.

There is also still pending legal action, which edgewood filed in august against the city.

The madison- school-district is looking to spend four- million dollars on a new building for students with special needs.

The state- journal reports the building would house programs for about three dozen students.

An advocate on the autism spectrum is calling it a quote 'expensive, segregated facility plan.'

Board members say segregation is a concern -- but they also want kids to experience an environment that sets them up for success.

Menomonee falls high schoois retiring their controversial mascot at the end of the school year.

The school board voted to get rid of the 'indians' nickname in a 5-2 vote.

This comes after months of debate... and a night of emotional testimony.

Most of the residents who spoke wanted to change the name, but others fought to keep it.

A committee made up mostly of students will decide on a new name.

6:5 now... let's turn it over to josh timm with a look at your first-alert traffic.

Today: flurries ending early, then becoming mostly sunny and much colder.

High: 16 wind: w/nw 8-15 mph tonight: mostly clear and very cold overnight.

Low: 4; wind chills: 0 to -10 by morning wind: w 6-12 mph




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