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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
a developing story from milwaukee... a plea deal is in the works for a milwaukee woman charged with endangering safety on the freeway. 3 3 the dashcam video from two months ago is shocking. a car driven by 23-year old kevina freeman backs into a squad car after a traffic stop, sending one sheriff's deputy into oncoming traffic while another held onto the driver's side door. freeman's mother was kn they were not serisouly hurt. today freeman appeared in court for a plea hearing. court records say negotiations are underway for a settlement...so the hearing was schreuled for august 26th. she could face up to 45 years in prison if convicted on all 5 felonies. new tonight, almost four years after his death the family of brandon johnson, a patient the milwaukee county mental health complex is filing a civil rights lawsuit. they announced the action today...and cbs 58's bill walsh joins us in the studio with more ..bill.
has slipped out of the public eye in recent years, but it got a lot of attention at the time.brandon johnson was 25-years old when he was arrested for erratic behavior in october of 2012. he was sent to the mental health complex and that's where he died. "we saw him on a video as he walked into the mental health complex unassisted. we know that sometime after entering the facility, brandon ?????? was severely fractured. his spine was damaged." damaged." 3 at the news conference announcing the lawsuit seeking what attorneys call justice for the family.a statement sa brandon johnson "mysteriously suffered trauma to his neck" on the day he was admitted to the mental health complex, including a fractured vertebrae. attorneys say even though the complex was just a block away from froedtert hospital, the staff refused to send him there, believing that his complaints were psycho- somatic and he was ?not? physically hurt. "it struck me as a health
being trained properly, was overwhelmed just didn't have the policies and procedures in effe to provide the care that someone needed certainly ifthey were exhibiting physical problems." problems." a john doe investigation was conducted after johnson's death, but it produced no crimiinal charges.today's civil rights lawsuit names two psychiatrists, a staff doctor, a nurse practicioner, an insurance company and milwaukee county as a whole as defendants. watch for more on start turning. the dodge county sheriff's office has identified the man who was shot and killed by a deputy last week. his name was james quealy, he was 59-years old and a resident of beaver dam. on friday --- police officers and sheriff's deputies responded to his home after he made suicidal threats. the man told them he wanted to commit suicide by cop. and after several hour of negotiations...he fired. officers returned fire and quealy was killed. the wisconsin department of
delta airlines is flying again, but that's not going to help all the passengers who were temporarily grounded today. today."this is pretty bad. it's the worst i've ever seen i" it." steve kent spoke with cbs 58 this morning about trying to get back home to wilmington, north carolina. he, like many other travelers...were stuck waiting in lines at mitchell international airport when a 'global computer outage' grounded all of delta's planes. the outage lasted about 6-hours crea airports all over the country. "see and we only have limited flights from atlanta to wilmington, north carolina. that's the problem. we miss that connection, we're sleepin' somewhere." somewhere." once delta's system had been restored, the airline announced that while planes were flying, there would still be delays and cancellations throughout the day. so if you're expecting someone on a delta flight tonight....you'll want to check the flight
drew tonight: dry and mild. lows in the lower 60s.tuesday: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the low to middle 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: se 5- 15 mph.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 on friday. tonight: dry and mild. lows in the lower 60s.tuesday: more sun humid with highs in the low to middle 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: se 5- 15 mph.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
3 to the campaign for the white house now...and today, donald trump of plans for the country. this is what i want to do for our country. i want to jumpstart america and it can be done and it won't even be that hard. speaking in detroit today, the republican nominee offered a plan that would overhaul america's tax code with reductions, rethink energy picy and tear up trade agreements...he promises to stimulate job growth with his plan. democrat hillary clinton responded almost immediately during a campaign appearance,
for the wealthy.clinton plans to offer her own economic blueprint, also in detroit this coming thursday. 3 before the presidential election, wisconsin voters have a primary ahead.....that's tomorrow. today, house speaker paul ryan is stumping in his home state -- one of the most powerful leaders in washington is not taking anything for granted as he faces a primary challenger. cbs 58s amanda devoe joins us live...from racine...amanda speaker paul ryan to a&e manufacturing, and told workers and people in the community his plans for his home state, should he be reelected as representative. sot ryan: 13secs: we need contiing education. we need to be able to go to school at gateway or at blackhawk or at parkside. whatever it is you want. if you want to have that opportunity you have to be given that opportunity to get new skills to get good jobs." jobs."ryan says keeping manufacturing jobs in america
starts giving tax breaks to businesses to help them buy more machines. he also says lowering healthcare premiums and getting more people out of poverty. he says voters meed to make the right choice in turning america around, no matter whether they're a democrat or republican. and mark gile wanted to hear more about ryan's plans for the state, but still plans to vote for the congressman. he seems to be well liked by fellow politicians, even some democrats seem to like him as a republican. i think for the most part he's doing a great job." there was no mention of his opponent paul nee-lan or of donald trump here at his racine town hall. live in racine, ad, cbs 58 3 has paul ryan ever cared about the lives of these americans as much as he has cared about furthering his political career? career?
released this web video overnight slamming ryan on his stances on border protection and the economy.he says ryan has a "dangerous globalist agenda."nelen has received a lot of national attention during his campaign, even drawing conservative commentator ann coulter to an event in janesville this weekend. 3 3 a couple of quick reminders about tomorrow's primary. voting hours across the state are 7 in the morning until 8 at night.you will need a photo i-d at your polling place.... remember you can only vote for candidates from one pa all democratsand stay with cbs 58 throughout the day, on the air and online for the latest election information. 3 next at five, generosity overcomes grief in sheboygan falls....find out what a family that lost three children is doing to help others. 3 and a man in green bay has his prosthetic leg back...thanks to two very observant canoeists. this is the cbs 58 news at five.
used to love building things but now i can't. can't. and now the family of that muslim teenager is suing over the reaction to a homemade alarm clock he brought to school. you may remember the story from last september...14-year old ahmed mohamed arrested and suspended from school in irving texas after he brought that clock to school and proudly showed it to his teache. teacher.today his family filed a lawsuit, claiming ahmed's civil rights were violated by who accused him making a fake bomb. at a news conference today, the lead attorney said that after the incident, ahmed's family had to leave the country and move to qatar because of the reaction to the incident. i got a lot of support in the beginning but then again it's the hate that sticks because some of it is so damaging. i get death threats. what did i ever do to someone to get death threats? 3 ahmed's story got so much attention last year that president obama invited him to
event featuring budding young scientists, teachers and astronauts. a family, still struggling with the loss of three children in a house fire earlier this year... is turning their tragedy into a blessing for a family in need in sheboygan falls. cbs58's jocelyne pruna joins us in the studio with the story. jocelyne? i visited the neighborhood and the house that the maki family used to live in has been torn down.they donated the lot to habitat for humanity lakeside... they're searching for the family that summer. "their new house is like 3 or 4 blocks from here so theyll drive by here everydaythey are really looking forward children playing in the yard ag" again."on the land are three flower pots with the words "love you more" placed by the kid's grandmother. it's a common saying in their family-- if someone said i love you, they respond i love you more.habitat for humanity is accepting applications.it's located on the corner of bemis street and western avenue in sheboygan falls.back in
natalie, 10 year old ben, and 7 year old carter tragically died in fire.one child was able to escape-- all of this happened while the parents were at church.the maki family received an outpouring of support and now they're paying it forward. "there was a great deal of emotion when the 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." the family that's chosen-- will be building process-- putting in at least 500 hours of work.at the end it will be a 0 interest mortgage home. habitat for humanity is also looking for volunteers.live in the studio, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. two local guys in a canoe are the talk of the state today because of what they found over the weekend. at first, they thought they'd come across a dead body. body."i mean what else would you think if you saw a leg sticking out of a, you know, in a really remote, marshy area"
jason franklin turned on a video camera, in case this was some missing person. but what they found was actually a prosthetic leg that some beaver had used to build its dam. elliott and jason had spent the weekend camping and they they found the leg while they were exploring a creek near wabeno up in the northeast part of wisconsin. they checked craigslist and sure enough, a green bay man was looking for his missing prosthetic...so they returned it to him. returned it to me and he said it wasn't his only one. i guess his is an older one used for fishing or something." something." the man was so grateful to elliott and jason that he gave them 50-dollars, which they immediately used at a nearby restaurant. meanwhile, their story is getting national attention. a local doctor's 2-year study on concussions is out...and one of its findings may
more on the ?treatment? of concussions rather than preventing them. they looked at "symptom spikes"....and found that one third of patients had some sort of spike after their concussion and didn't get better immediately. . but what's really interesting here is the relationship between rest and recovery for concussion patients. "right now we've been operating under idea that you need to rest a lot and that is the best way to get better. but it turns out that some mild activity a bad thing and if parents do say my child went to school and the symptoms suddenly got worse, we as clinicians can inform them that that's pretty common and probably nothing to worry about." about." dr. thomas says the ?most? important thing for a patient is to prevent a ?second? concussion while recovering. that recovery can take up to ten days. 3 3 3 tonight: dry and mild. lows in the lower 60s.tuesday: more
than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the low to weather for sure. wind: se 5- 15 mph.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
tonightdry and mild. lows in the lower 60s.tuesday: more suthan clouds and a touch humid with highs in the low to middle 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: se 5- 15 mph.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 on friday. tonight: dry and mild. lows in the lower 60s.tuesday: more sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the low to middle 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: se 15 mph.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
wednesday then the rain and storm chances return on friday. 3 one chinese lantern is colorful enough. now imagine hundreds of them, all lit up and on display at milwaukee county's boerner botanical gardens. it's coming for the first time this fall. fall.it's the china lights festival....running through the month of october. along with the colorful lanterns and other illuminated displays, you'll enjoy folk culture activities and entertainment. but make nomistake, it's the lights that will grab your attention. "just a spectacular visual. i mean for young kids, if you
impressive christmas display, you have no idea what this place will look like, will be just transformative at night. night. milwaukee is the first midwestern city to schedule the china lights....again from october first through the 30th. cbs 58 is proud to be working with milwaukee county on this ethnic celebration. life goes on after paintgate. 3... ...but there was some good news from the packers afterward. kevin holden breaks it all down from
the packers playing the same amount of football today as they did last night. they're off tonight--just one day after paintgate. the hall of fame game cancelled, leaving players with one less chance to make the team... but there is good news from the packers. kevin holden breaks it all down from canton. 3 : "oh, absolutely, i thin extremely disappointed.(fans boo) there was a little problem with the field. it was used the previous night for brett favre's enshrinement ceremony. along with the class of 2016. the paint that was laid down yesterday ended up congealing on the 50 yard line. think you have to adjust, and frankly we know that. really just with the unusual flow to training camp, we still have
we'll shift gears to cleveland. once we get past cleveland, we will be more into a normal season schedule. mike mccarthy anticipating the return of number 87.mccarthy: jordy is back in green bay with a group of players that did not make the trip, so we will evaluate them when we get back. kevi that first preseason game this friday at lambeau field against the browns. you can catch that game on wmlw, the m. in canton ohio, kevin holden, cbs 58 desk. at least there's nothing wrong with the field in madison. camp randall stadium is where the badgers held their first practice of the fall. fall.of course, that's before their opener at lambeau field against lsu september third-- enough time for the badgers to get themselves together for another s-e-c challenge. i don't know if paul chryst is convinced just yet. you play off what's happening with the kids. i think the guys came to work and strive to get better. first practice--boy, we got a long
sticking with the badgers--sam dekker glad he's finally healthy! coming off summer league just a few weeks back but it was a big return for dekker who played just three games in the regular season. back in wisconisn yesterday, the sheboygan native talked about his back not bothering him much anymore. yeah that was a big step for me. very exciting to come off summer league one to have a successful summer league and two, not be sore after games. that felt really good so i can proudly sth me. the brewers at home tonight behind zach davies... who has won his last three starts and four decisions. he'll try to add to that tonight against atlanta. he goes against rob whalen, making his second-ever start. 6:10 is the first pitch
tonight: dry and mild. lows in the er sun than clouds and a touch humid with highs in the low to middle 80s. nice state fair weather for sure. wind: se 5- 15 mph.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 on friday. 3
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