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3 thanks for looking in at four thirty --- one day ahead of the wisconsin primary...congressman paul ryan is campaigning in our area. area.his race for re-election in wisconsin's first district has drawn national tention after clashing with republican presidential nominee, donald tr. trump.cbs 58's amanda devoe was at one of ryan's events today...she joins us live with more...amanda. in the final day before his primary contest, house speaker paul ryan told voters today that he's all about helping the working class and keeping jobs in america. ryan spoke to a few dozen people at a&e manufacturing
in america by allowing every american business to write off all of their investments, including machines. he also talked about higher wages, lowering healthcare premiums and getting more people out of poverty. i spoke with a voter who says he feels more confident in voting for ryan, after hearing what he had to say. "i know he can't do it alone. there's a lot of people that need to get involved in both parties. democrats, republicans, they all have to work together. ho lot better place." place." speaker ryan made no mention of his opponent, paul nee-lin, during his visit. live in racine, ad cbs 58 news. has paul ryan ever cared about the lives of these americans as much as he has cared about furthering his political career? career? ryan's opponent, paul nehlen released this web video
stances on border protection and the economy.he says ryan has a "dangerous globalist agenda."nehlen has received a lot of national attention during his campaign, even drawing conservative commentator ann coulter to an event in janesville this weekend. 3 cbs 58 will have full coverage of the wisconsin primary results as they come in tomorrow. you can also stay up to date on cbs 58 dot com. meantime -- donald trump's economic plan announcement was nearly derailed by protesters. he was interrupted seve detroit. cbs news correspondent craig boswell reports. donald trump laid out his plan to grow the economy - sparked by deregulation and big tax cut. cuts."we're reducing your taxes from 35 percent to 15 percent." (cheering)he was interrupted more than a dozen times throughout the address at the detroit economic club. "it's almost 40 percent..."
but he powered through to deliver his message of focusing less on trade and more on job growth. "americanism, not globalism, will be our new credo."the clinton campaign is already hitting back pointing out that trump has been campaigning for more than a year and this is the first time he's unveiling a plan.they also say his proposals will give big tax breaks to the wealthy.and that trump will roll back laws meant to protect consumers from big banks. banks. establishment is nervous that trump's candidacy will hurt them in congressional elections.over the weekend - republican congressman scott rigell announced he'll vote for libertarian party candidate - gary johnson. rigell is now the third sitting gop lawmaker to renounce trump. trump."they are more worried now about losing the senate, i think, than they are about whether or not they win the white house."clinton has opened up a 12 point lead in the battleground state of virginia. she also has a two
down by two in arizona...a state that has voted democratic just once since 1952.craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. hillary clinton will give her own economic speech at the detroit economic club later this week. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in thlo fair weather for sure. wind: e 5-10 mph.tonight: dry and mild. lows in the 60s.week ahead: each day during the work week gets a little warmer as we warm from the low 80s to the middle 80s by the middle of the week and eventually the upper 80s. nice mix of sun and clouds through wednesday then
return starting thursday but especially on friday. today: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the lower 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: e 5-10 mph.tonight: dry and mild. lows in the 60s.week ahead: each day during the work week gets a as we warm from the low 80s to the middle 80s by the middle of the week and eventually the upper 80s. nice mix of sun and clouds through wednesday then the rain and storm chances return starting thursday but especially on friday. 3 new today at four thirty --- a tragedy is turning into an opportunity for a family in need in sheboygan falls. cbs
how the site of a devestating fire...is being used to do some good. 3 these are three flower pots the kids grandmother placed here to honor them... it reads love you more. more.its on the donated land.... located on bemis street and western avenue in sheboygan falls.back on january 26th-- three children died in a house fire.one child was able to escape. the parents were at church. parents were at to escape. the parents were at church.the maki family received a lot of support and they moved to another place close by. jon hoffman...the executive director for habitat for executive director jon hoffman...the is emotional for jon hoffman...the executive director for habitat for humanity.... he says its a tragedy the family has turned around to help another family in need. need.sot"what came to mind was their spirit and all that tragedy that they can see the blessing, the blessings that the community gave to them and recognized that and paid it
papers were signed and the land was donated just because we are in awe and humbled and honored to be the stewards of the of this donation." donation."habitat for humanity in the meantime is looking for a family who will recieve the house that will be built here next summer.in sheboygan falls, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. general mitchell airport unveiled a new feature today... but it's for "four- legged" travelers travelersit's an "indoor service-animal so customers with service animals don't have to go outside of the airport to do their business... it's already a hit with travelers... and don't worry about the smell in the concourse. 3 it;'s lovely. and you don't have to go outside into the elements to do this, you cna stay inside, it's great greatit's a special k-9 grass
allows us to hose it off and it also helps with odor control control these indoor service-animal bathrooms were mandated by the government for all airports of a certain size... general mitchell says their area far exceeds the government's minimum requirements 3 milwaukee's eclectic variety of cultural festivals is expanding...we'll tell you about a new festival 3 and two men on a canoeing trip make a strange discovery...that helps return a lost prosthetic leg to its owner. 3 and --- thieves are coming up with new ways to steal ?your? car. what you need to know to protect yourself...coming up
explains. 3 it turned out to be a funny fishing trip find for two guys from germantown. they pulled a prosthetic leg out of a beaver dam -- and recorded the whole thing on a cell phone. nats - fishing when elliott fuller and friend jason franklin were canoing over jason franklin were canoing over the weekend, they were stunned to see what looked like a human foot sticking out of a beaver dam. "i was pretty terrified to be found a dead body." but as they got closer - they were even more surprised to see what it really was. "we were relieved, but it ended up being even more surprising what we found, ya know?" know?"elliot and jason then checked craigslist and found this ad - a man from green bay had lost the prosthetic just a few days earlier, just a few miles from where the guys had been fishing. the two reached to him and were able to reunite the lost leg with its
someone's day - and it left him with a great a story."oh this is a campfire story, for sure. it's gonna start with "want to hear about that time your dad and jason found someone's leg in a beaver dam?" dam?"the man who lost the prosthetic told the guys that it was his spare - one that he uses just for fishing and boating.he said when he lost it - he'd never thought he'd see it again. live in the newsroom, jp cbs 58 3 new at 4-30--an exciting milwaukee with be the first midwestern city to host the renonwed china lights exhibit this october. october.we were at the boerner botanical gardens earlier today when the wisconsin department of tourism delivered a big check for marketing the world class lantern festival. it's considered not only an entertainment spectacle that is critically acclaimed around the world, but also a true cultural trade mission that features some 40 giant displays along with chinese folk activities.
lights fetival: the artisans we are bringing in have learned this fromtheir parents. it's been passed down from generations to generations. generations.chris abele, milwaukee co. executive: the festival is expected draw about 50,000 people. the economic impact is expceted to be just shy of a million dollar" dollars." oc tober 1st through the 30th at boener botanical gardens, china lights is made up of more than 1 thousand different components using state-of-the-art led lights and animation. 3 in today's money watc- minor losses to start off the week. the dow dropped about fourteen. the nasdaq lost nearly eight and the s and p fell about two. 3 the u-s trade deficit has it's been driven up by a spike in imports of oil, cell phones, and clothing. clothing.the comrce department reports the deficit rose to 44-point-5 billion dollars in june with imports ?outpacing? exports. 3 amazon could be facing some new competition. walmart announced today it will buy jet-dot-com.the site launched
in bulk orders. walmart will pay 3-billion in cash -- and another 300-million in stock for the e-commerce site. the deal may help walmart reinvigorate growth of its online shopping business -- which has slowed in recent quarters. meanwhile, ?amazon's? overall sales have shot above 100-billion-dollars annually. 3 steinhoff international is buying mattress firm for 2-point-4 billion dollars. steinhoff operates a retail networacross and australasia, and wants to break into the u-s market. 3 americans are leaving more and more vacation time on the table. a survey by the travel industry group "project time off" found 658 ?million? vacation days went unused last year. 222 million of those cannot be rolled over and are gone for good. more than half of american workers had unused vacation time. hotwiring a new car has become
the car thieves. cbs news correspondent kris van cleave reports on the ?new ways? cars are being stolen. point. click. steal.security video outside of a houston home shows this guy getting into a jeep wrangler, and breaking out his laptop... apparently using the jeep's on-board computer diagnostic port to trick it into accepting a generic key he brought with him. and then just driving off."who needs the hotwire when you got a laptop."that jeep belonged to david payne's da was in the room sleeping above it, her dog was sleeping with her, and the dog slept through it, she slept through it, nobody ever heard a thing.// it's like being invaded, the guy coming in stealing your stuff in the driveway." typically thieves target older cars because of the value of their parts.but not these two. working always at night, they struck again using a laptop to take this jeep grand cherokee. police arrested michael arce and jesse zelaya, but believe
smuggled into mexico. mexico."if it's this easy to steal or somebody actually has the knowledge and the ability and knows how to utilize that ability to be able to commit the theft, it's a scary situation."houston police say a similar string of jeep thefts are under investigation in california.the national insurance crime bureau, which investigates stolen car claims for the insurance industry, has noticed an uptick in newer-harder to steal vehicles being taken."...which sort of surprised us because they have spokeswoman carol kaplan."it's almost like cyber-hotwiring." cyber-hotwiring."es. in the old days thieves could hotwire a car but when the new technology came along it was no longer possible to hotwire a car. and that's why we saw auto thefts really drop off. but as with any kind of crime, the thieves always find a way to outwit technology. so it's incumbent upon the insurance industry and the auto industry to
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the coveted st patrick blessing blessing a big thank you to the dozens and dozens of golfers who turned out to find a cure for type 1 diabetes.st patrick on hand to bless the golfers taking part in the mary kate sullivan classic named after a beloved educator who died in 2012 at the age of 35 after a life long battle with juvenile diabetes which took her age of love for the game of golf. overcast skies kept the temperatures down and no rain..an some 24 thousand dollars raised---it was a grand time!
today: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the lower 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: e 5-10 mph.tonight: dry and mild. lows in the 60s.week ahead: each day during the work week gets a little warmer as we warm from the low 80s to the middle 80s by the middle of the week and eventually the upper 80s. nice mix of sun and clouds through wednesday then the rain and storm chances return starting thursday but especially on friday. today: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the lower 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: e 5-10
lows in the 60s.week ahead: each day during the work week gets a little warmer as we warm from the low 80s to the middle 80s by the middle of the week and eventually the upper 80s. nice mix of sun and clouds through storm chances return starting thursday but especially on friday. today: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the lower 80s. nice
wind: e 5-10 mph.tonight: dry and mild. lows in the 60s.week ahead: each day during the work week gets a little warmer as we warm from the low 80s to the middle 80s by the middle of the week and eventually the upper 80s. nice mix of sun and clouds through wednesday then the rain and storm chs especially on
president obama kicked off his vacation at martha's vineyard this weekend by hitting the links. he reportedly reached a historic milestone yesterday --- his 300th round of golf as president. count was compiled by a white house historian. as he reaches the end of his term, the president is finally revealing his golf handicap. he told the golf channel he's an "honest 13." 3 it's only a matchup of fourth and fifth-place teams. but friday's yankees' home game against the rays is now a hot ticket.yankees' star alex rodriguez will play his final game of his 22-year career. that's driving ticket prices way up...by more than 500 percent!online ticket price- tracking site "tick - i-q"
3 "open" "open" 3 the mother who dialed 9-1-1 and confessed that she killed her two year old son appears in court for the first time, as new details emerge about this shocking case. 3 whpo responded to the call last week, they believed this was a case of strangulation, strangulation,but a criminal complaint we just obtained states the boy was suffocated with a plastic bag.cbs 58's lindsey branwall was there for the mother's first court appeare appearanceand joins us live from sheboygan with tonight's top story...lindsey. pretty gruesome details in this case michelle and mike. katelyn (kin-uh-tae-durr)
last thursday, the woman says shekilled her son and armed herself from police with a butcher knife saying she lost her mind and wanted to die. nat sound"i'll request the bond requested by the state" charged with homicide and hiding a corpse, 27-year-old mother katlyn (kin-uh-tae-durr) kinateder made her first court appearance.after telling police she killed her son by placing a plastic grocery bag over his head. kinateder says she made this 911 call.sot "okay what's the problem?""i killed my son.""you what?""i killed my son." (kin-uh-tae-durr) kinateder also told investigators why. 21:05joe dececcosheboygan county district attorney attorney"the interview she had with officer hall. she reiterated she had lost it she was tired of looking at him. she told police she stopped taking anti depressant and anti anxiety medications 9 months ago. (kin-uh-tae-durr) kinateder is also charged with hiding a corpse.19:05joe dececcosheboygan county district attorneyit was a cardboard box with either a comfortor or a blanket over him and there were two empty
police found the two-year-old hidden in the box after the mother was arrested. 3 the district attorney says he expects (kin-uh-tae-durr) kinateder to plead not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.that or any other plea will take place next wednesday.. .when (kin-uh-tae-durr) kinateder is back in court.reporting live... 3 new details on the weekend death of a three year old girl in milwaukee. thlw county medical examiner's office has officially ruled the death of jayda handy an accident.jayda was hit by a car on saturday afternoon near lindsay park where her family was preparing for her birthday party. her father tells cbs 58.... she ran into the street to greet her ?grandfather?... and that's when she was hit by a passing car.that driver is ?not? facing charges in the accident. a vigil is planned tonight for jayda handy....cbs 58 will have coverage tonight