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good morning everyone. it's monday august 15-th.i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kate chappe.. shooting in milwaukee overthe weekend sparks chaos.it was another night full of protests and unrest... from a car fire ... to several reports of shots fired. although we want to emphasize to you... ?nothing? as serious as saturday. we have team coverage.... ahead. but first--- we know you need to ?plan? for the day ahead.... so let's get to the forecast.meteorologist "michael schlesinger"... shows you how warm it's going to get today. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))forecast...today:
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tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83 3 3 roads are dry this morningweather should not impact the roads.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main
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3 new this morning--- a ?second? night of unrest in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood... after an officer-involved shooting on saturday. 3 protestors were out in full force .... and police in riot gear overnight. it wasn't until about three hours ago ... milwaukee police say they were able to restore order to the area of sherman and burleigh. violence erupted after 23-year-oldsylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer saturday afternoon. 3 take a look at ?this? dramatic scene overnight.a car on fire at 45-th and clark.this happened around 12:30 this morning. . during the ?first? night of unrest in milwaukee--- firefighters responded to ?74 fires? like this one.last night-- there were just a handful. the ?national guard? is in milwaukee this morning.the group was "activated" yesterday-- but never deployed. that means the violence did
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overnight... where the police chief thought the guard was nee. needed.but the violence still kept milwaukee police busy. busy.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from m-p-d district 7 with the lastest on what happened overnight.kyle, what can you tell us? take a look as the sun begins to rise on this monday morning. things are a lot more calm, but the tention from the past few days can still be felt.it was a busy night for police.... mpd tweeted just after 2 that they were restoring peace in sherman park.milwaukee police responded to at least 4 incidents of shots fired overnight.poluce used armored vehicles to rescue one victim who was hit by gun fire.that person's condition is unknown that this point.we saw mpd tweet that protesters were throwing bricks, rocks and glass bottles at them and their patrol cars.we know that a number of people were arrested by police last night. our cameras captured some of those arrest.police have not told us how many people are in custody. we are hoping to get
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we will continue to ask questions and bring you updates as the day gets started. milwaukee police responded to at least 4 incidents of shots fired overnight.poluce used armored vehicles to rescue one victim who was hit by gun fire. that person's condition is unknown that this point.we saw mpd tweet that protesters were throwing bricks, rocks and glass bottles at them and their patrol cars.we know that a number of people were arrested by police last night. our cameras captured some of those arrest.police have not told us how many people are in custody. we are hoping to get some sort of update from police this morning. of course we will continue to ask questions and bring you updates as the day gets started. 3 kyle, thank you.this morning police chief ed flynn says investigators have a big job ahead of them. this week they'll be talking a closer look at videos like these-- of looting and property destruction to try and identify potential suspects. the video was taken at the metro p-c-s on 36th and burleigh on saturday night. police tell us they'll be looking closly at social media posts as well.on saturday... 17 people were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and some for burglary.
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the area around sherman park has seen more than its share of trouble this summer. fighting broke out for three nights in a row at the end of june.police came out in riot gear to deal with young people-- at times-- throwing rocks and bottles.. smashing windows at a gas station and an m-c-t-s bus. to stop the violence... deputies were called in early to patrol the park. the chaos is affecting businesses.delivery drivers are trying to ?avoid the area.? 13:12 rashad roafdominos employee"an officer walks up close because the safety of our drivers and insiders because there are so many people going around beating up people harassing people and what not ...so i guess safety first ...so we're closing early" early." in the midst of the chaos--- two members of the cbs 58 family... were ?attacked.?it happened saturday night while they were trying to bring you pictures of the b-p gas station fire at sherman and burleigh.a crowd of about a
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team--- one of them was sent to the hospital to be checked out.he's okay... and out of the hospital though.our cameras and satellite backpacks...that we use to bring you ?live reports?... were also taken. the unrest in milwaukee started saturday.... hours after a deadly ?officer-involved shooting.? family members of the man ?shot by? police say... he didn't deserve to die this way. syville smith's sisters joined dozens of people for a vigil and a protest last night. cbs 58's julie parise is live in the newsroom with more from the family. one day after the police involved shooting that sparked all of this unrest -- syville smith's sisters say they believe their brother deserves justice. last night's candlelight vigil happened at 44th and auer -- the place where the 23- year-old was shot by police in the midst of a chase. afterwards, people marched along the streets in protest of the shooting. smith's two sisters spoke to media.they appeared emotional and angry. his older sister said -- violence is not the way to solve society's problems. his younger sister is still coming
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:12 this is my brother, my protector, somebody that's supposed to be there for me. yall lost facebook friends, a status, maybe a like at the club. i lost my brother, i cant get him back back smith's sister maintain he was not a violent personthey say he quote - messed up, like everybody else.coming up the next half hour, more family members tell us why they believed this kind of violence would never happen to them. live in the newsroom jp cbs 58 news. a former police officer -- turned chaplan--- is calling on parishioners across milwaukee... to help ?stem the tide of violence? by attacking what he says is the ?root cause? cause.? they're hurt.. they're hurt.. they're really hurt. and they don't know whwere to go and what to do.. what we need to do is reach them where ever they're at and show love. "richard schwoegler" wants his fellow church leaders.... to
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walls?... to heal a broken community.he says... people from a number of churches have ?hit the streets? in milwaukee's police district two.... and crime is down. he wants to ?expand that effort? to sherman park. he says... it's up to churches to meet people ?where they are?... and understand their struggle. 3 richard schwoegler, faith builders church" right now there's a lot of people on survival mode. we've got to get them out of that survival mode and then build that relationship with them." them." the salvation army's chaplain program--- a partnership with the milwaukee police department--- gives support during crimes... and develops inititaivesto safer.you can find information about geting involved in "faith builders" at cbs 58 dot com. 3 now to a developing story... more gun violence in milwaukee. this time a deadly shooting on the city's north side. 3 34:17-25i just can't believe it... my mother.... ?sobbing? ?sobbing? 3 a family is grieving the loss of a 31-year old woman... who was shot and killed yesterday afternoon.it happened near 27th and lisbon.the victim's brother tells us she was shot
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other relatives say the violence needs to stop. 19;33:00 -12what happened to her shouldn't happen like that. no matter what, no one has to the right to sit there and take someone's life like that, that's riduclous. we're already dealing with a lot of riots and stuff that's going on... it's bad out here already so they didn't have to do that. that. the shooting is still under investigation. milwaukee police say no suspects are in custody at this time. coming up-- ?deadly flooding? moves through southern louisian. louisiana.now president obama is declaring parts of the state r 3 plus--- crews in california are battling ?several? wildfires.see the flames that have destroyed homes. 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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milwaukee county's outdoor
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coming to an end.some splash pads... wading polls... and deep-well pools closed yesterday.others will close on sunday.the county's two family aquatic parks... will stay open through labor day.before the cool waters aquatic park is drained--- there's the annual "doggie dip" where dogs can have fun in the pool. 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???))
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clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83
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roads are dry this morningweather should not impact the roads.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb at moorland through the zoo for roadworki-894 nb at national ave will also close overnight. a reminder that off the fray st. e/wb is now closed from 112-115th for bridge reconstruction until august. plan on slow conditions as you travel through the area. another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a new zipper merge is also in place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time.another reminder that the i-794 nb exit ramp to michigan st is now closed long term until summer 2016.current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo... mequon rd to downtown is...
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at least four people are dead after widespread flooding across south louisiana. curfews were put into effect saturday night .. and people were asked to stay off the roads.quickly rising water from flash flooding... filled the streets.it sent families rushing for higher ground-- carrying anything they governor says... more than 20- thousand people have been ?rescued? from their homes. (gov. john bel edwards) "presently there are more than ten thousand in shelters across southern louisiana. certainly most of those in the baton rouge region because of the capacity of resources that we need in order to accomodate that number of people as well as any future folks that need
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is going to serve some additional shelter here in baton rouge so that we do not have to unecessarily relocate people out of town and further away from their homes unless it is absolutely necessary." necessary." president obama has declared parts of louisiana ?major disaster areas? due to this historic flooding. 3 a fast moving ?wildfire?... destroyed several homes and businesses in california... and forced thousands of people to leave their homes. homes.right now emergency crews are trying to contain the fire already destroyed 3-thousand acres.a ?second? wildfire in central california... has destroyed at least 20 homes... and threatens 150 more. :20-:30 this is where we grew up. our whole lives and now all of our neighbors look at what they have to come home to. its cruel absolutely horribe horrible triple digit temperatures.... shifting winds... and dry brush are making it hard for firefighters to battle the
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california through wednesday. a plane crash in alabama killed all six people on board. board.the small plane reportedly had engine trouble.. and it crashed into some trees just short of the runway at the tuscaloosa regional airport. officials say the victims include three married couples. they say the couples were on their way back from a dental convention in florida. (mayor bobby herndon, northport, al): "it was an aircraft landing in tuscaloosa regional airport and it sent out a distressed signal. tuscalofi their airport fire trucks on standby, hoping that the plane was going to land, but it fell short, it fell in this park that is run by the park and recreation of tuscaloosa county. there are fatalities, we are waiting for the faa to get here to take charge of the scene. the ntsb out of atlanta should be here in three or four hours. there will be people here around the clock piecing together what happened."
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kissimmee, florida, to oxford, mississippi. still ahead in your entertainment news..johnny depp's divorce drama continues. plus--- a sneak peek of brad pitt's new movie. 3 and... this runner isn't letting his age stop him from getting the gold ... in the senior olympics competition.
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in your entertainment news--- brad pitt has a ?new love? interest. pitt stars in a world war two love story.here's a look at the first trailer for "allied." pitt plays an intelligence officer on a deadly mission in africa... when he meets and falls in love with fellow assassin- marion cotillard.
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3 a hearing is set this week for johnny depp's divorce case. "amber heard" says depp physically abused her. the judge expects wednesday's proceeding to last about five days. heard says.... depp ?hit her repeatedly? during a fight at their apartment.the actor denies that. 3 you won't see singer adele on stage at next years superbowl. she told her fans at a concert in los angeles on saturday... that she was offered a halftime performing slot.... and turned it down. she says the super bowl halftime show is not about music.adele also said that she's not beyonce and can't dance.but she still said it was kind of super bowl organizers to make the offer. her announcement drew some boos from her fans.super bowl 51 will be held in houston on february 5th next year. 3
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expected to take the top spot for a second straight weekend--- pulling in close to 44 (m) million dollars.the animated flick "sausage party" is debuting at number two, with an estimated haul of almost 34-million.the number-three spot went to another newcomer, "pete's dragon." ( ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight:
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possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesdva spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low:
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spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83 3 3 roads are dry this morningweather should not impact the roads.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the
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detour while this closure is in place.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb at moorland through the zoo for roadworki-894 nb at national ave will also close overnight. a reminder that off the freeway in wauwatosa center st. e/wb is now closed from 112-115th for bridge reconstruction until august. plan on slow conditions as you travel through the area. another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to 3 they're not chasing the gold in rio ... instead ... these runners are aiming for gold at the state's senior olympics in rochester.one of the competitors is 101-year-old fred winter.he's taking part in several events.... including the 50-meter and the one-hundred-meter dashes. winter says despite his age... he's in fine shape. "(fred winter, michigan senior
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to 100 push ups right now and the secret to push ups is bing, bing, bing, bing, you know you have to do them fast, if you just do them slow you wont make it." it." the state senior olympics will be going on until later this month.they serve as a qualifier for the national senior games in birmingham, alabama, next year. a live look over ..... you're
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everyone, everybody, every single person be looked upon like human beings not like savages and animals animals now at 5:30 - a vigil is held for the man shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer. officer.that shooting is what led to high emotions and then violence here in the city.hear from the family of the man killed... in just minutes. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...a main system ramp is now closed long term at the zoo interchange...i'll have the details and detours with ready traffic coming up...the cbs 58 morning news starts right now. 3
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tighe.and i'm kate chappell. while you were sleeping- more unrest in milwaukee.fire and injuries. nothing as severe as saturday... stay with us for all of the latest developments overnight in milwaukee. milwaukee.but first-- let's quickly get a look at the forecast.get you ready for the new work week... and the day ahead.meteorologist michael schlesinger is in the weather center. 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81 tonight: mostly cloudy. shower variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers,
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we continue to follow the unrest on milwaukee's north side this morning ... a second night of violence and protests... more than 24-hours after chaos in and around milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood over the weekend. milwaukee police officers -- restoring order to the area of sherman and burleigh just about 3 and a half hours ago. this comes after a milwaukee police officer... t killed? an armed man on saturday.?six? buildings were damaged--- some of them ?destroyed? in fires and protes. protests. cbs 58's ?kyle aevermann? is live at "district seven police headquarters" with the latest ?new? from overnight. kyle. things are calm this morning. police say they restored peace in the area for the time being just after 2 this morning. but you can still feel the tension
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in case of any protests that got out of hand. police across the entire city were busy.there were a number of shots fired overnight. this is a map of just some of that. milwaukee police keeping everyone updated on twitter... most of last night's violence last night.mpd tweeting: officers use armored vehicle to rescue shooting victim in 3000 block of n. sherman. victim rushed to hospital. there were also reports of unlawful assembly. police made an announcement to the crowd saying that arrests will follow. follow.....mpd also said the crowds began throwing objects at officers..... mpd shortly afterwards moved into to disperse the crowds. crowds.police tweeted just after 2 this morning they
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to the area of sherman and burleigh. just down the street from where are at this morning. police also said a number of arrests were made overnight. it's still unclear what that number is.we have reached out to get a better idea but haven't been told anything yet. we are hoping for a press conference this morning but theres not been any word if that will happen or not.but again things are calm this morning. photos from police show the damage caused by demonstrators overnight. the milwaukee police department tweeted these pictures of their squad vehicles... with dents and broken glass. police say ?that? damage is from rocks and concrete being thrown at the vehicles. at least one officer was hurt from a rock that hit the windshield at sherman and burleigh. the officer was taken to the hospital.their condition is not known this morning. 3 then another photo... this
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the photo saying the officer who was wearing ?this? tactical helmet was hit by some type of projectile. it happened near sherman park. that officer was not hurt. one of the most dramatic pictures into the newsroom overnight... was a car fire raging on a neighborhood street. this happened at 45th street and clark around 12-30 this morning. firefighters were able to get a handle on the flames quickly.this was just one of a handlful of fires overnight. to put hi perspective-- during the ?first night? of unrest--- the milwaukee fire department responded to 74 fires.during the height of the violence, at least two fire trucks were damaged by bricks and a bottles. last night--- there were ?no reports? of damage to fire trucks. in light of the violence in milwaukee--- governor scott walker has "activated" the national guard. guard. the guard will ?not? be "deployed"... unless police chief ?ed flynn? decides it's necessary.milwaukee county
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yesterday. 3 the area around sherman park has seen ?more than its share of trouble? this summer.in june--- fighting broke out ?three nights in a row? one week.those fights brought police out in ?riot gear? to deal with young people.at times-- the group was ?throwing rocks and bottles?.... and smashing windows at a gas station and a county bus. to stop the violence--- deputies were ?called in early? to patrol the park. police have identified 23-year old sylville smith as the man who was shot by police saturday afternoon. at his news conference on sunday... mayor tom barrett shared this taken of smith during the confr. confrontation."that still photo demonstrates without question that he had a gun in his hand. and i want our community to know that." that." 3 the state justice department will pick up the investigation of saturday's shooting. smith's family is now talking about what happened.his sisters say they can't believe their brother is gone. at a candlelight vigil last night--- members of smith's
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parise is live in the newsroom with their story.julie, kate and jessica smith's sisters say their brother wasn't supposed to die this young. they say they don't want their brother portrayed as a violent felon. last night's candlelight vigil happened at 44th and auer -- the place where the 23- year-old was shot by police in the midst of a chase. afterwards, people marcd along the streets in protest of the shooting. smith's two sisters spoke to media.they appeared emotional and an his younger sister is still coming to grips with the loss. an older sister says violence isn't going to bring her brother back. at the end of the day, acting out aint gonna solve it. acting out aint gonna solve nothiing for syville. all we want is justice. we want everybody to feel our pain. that's what we want people to realize. facebook, instagram, this is real life. this stuff is happening every day. but we never thought it would hit this close to home.
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everyone to know their brother was loved by many -- and that he quote - messed up just like everybody else.live in the newsroom jp cbs 58 stay with cbs 58 for ?continuing coverage of the unrest? in milwaukee. milwaukee.you can also stay ?up to date? online at "cbs-58-dot-com.""cbs this morning" is ?also? covering the unrest in milwaukee.you can look for live reports from demarco morgan... starting at 7:00. now to other developing news this morning... more ?deadly? gun violence in il lisbon. 3 34:17-25i just can't believe it... my mother.... ?sobbing? ?sobbing? 3 a family is grieving the loss of a 31-year old woman... who was shot and killed on sunday afternoon.the victim's brother tells us she was shot by a man during an argument.relatives say the violence needs to stop. 19;33:00 -12what happened to her shouldn't happen like that. no matter what, no one has to the right to sit there and take someone's life like
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already dealing with a lot of riots and stuff that's going on... it's bad out here already so they didn't have to do that. that. 3 the shooting is still under investigation. milwaukee police say no suspects are in custody at this time. 3 toss to weather... 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers,
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high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers,
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3 3 3 roads are dry this morningweather should not impact the roads.the i-94 eb
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spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb at moorland through the zoo for roadworki-894 nb at national ave will also close overnight. a reminder that off the freeway in wauwatosa center st. e/wb is now closed from 112-115th for bridge reconstruction until august. plan on slow conditions as you travel through the area. another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a new zipper merge is also in place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time.another reminder that the i-794 nb exit ramp to michigan st is now closed long term until summer 2016.current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo... mequon rd to downtown is...
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out on all the fried food at the wisconsin state fair? fair? there's another chance to get that fried twinkiedetails next! 3 plus - another safety recall by a major auto-maker.what you need to know....after the
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in world news--- olympic swimmer "ryan lochte" is ?safe? this morning... after he and some of his teammates were ?robbed in rio? over the w. weekend. lochte sent out a tweet--- thanking family... friends... and fans for their support and concern.he said... they were all ok.lochte also said... he was honored to represent the u-s in the 20-16
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alongside his teammates.he's now looking forward to getting home... and mapping out plans for his future.lochte has his an eye on representing "team usa" at the 20-20 olympics in tokyo. team u-s-a dominated the pool at the 2016 rio olympic games - including winning gold in the 400 medley relay. relay.michael phelps went out on top saturday night... winning one last gold in the four by 100-meter medley relay in his final race in rio. that was his 23rd career gold medal and puts phelps in a tie with south africa for 38th place for most gold medals won by a country... all-time... summer and winter games combined.the 31-year old athlete now has 28 overall olympic medals -- 23 gold... three silver... and two bronze.phelps has won 13 ?individual? gold medals.... making him ?the most? decorated olympian of all time. he has certainly left his mark on olympic history...
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leonidas of rhodes... who won the last of his sprinting titles in ?152 b.c.?leonidas placed in 22 events overall. 3 it was an emotional final win for phelps who says this will be his last olymlics. teammates and fellow gold medalists- maya anthony ervin- say phelps is an inspiration.phelps said in an interview that quote...."i am done competing but by no means does this mean that it's the end of my career. it's the start of something new and that's something i look forward to. ryan may come back another four years but i'm not. this is it. i said it before but you guys can say... this is the last time. this is the last time you'll ever see
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3 meanwhile - 19-year-old "katie ledecky"... has been ?golden? in the water in rio.with ?four? gold medals... and two world records--- she's the ?first female swimmer? to "sweep" the 200... 400... and 800 meter races since the ?19- 68 olympics? in mexico cityon friday night--- ledecky broke her ?own? world rd racing the clock.she also became only the ?third american woman?... to win ?four gold medals in a single olympics.? 3 and--- all eyes were on gymnast "simone biles" last night... during the women's ?vault? final.she won her ?third? gold of the games--- taking top honors on the vault. and president obama is taking to twitter to show his support
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u-s-a.you could call him cheerleader-in-chief.the presdient.. praising the u-s medal haul at the rio olympics. he sent out a tweet saying-- "final win for phelps. world record for ledecky. three number-one finishes for biles." the tweet also said-- "that's how team usa gets america to one-thousand golds. way to make history."the u-s took its one-thousandth olympic gold on thursday... when swimmer simone manuel won her one-hundred-meter freestyle race. in your moneywatch this morning - toyota is recalling 337-thousand vehicles. vehicles.the recall involves the toyota rav-four s-u-v... 2006 to 20-11 model years years ?and? the lexus hs-250-h sedan from 20-10.the auto-maker says... the suspension arm can separate from the vehicle and cause the driver to lose control. 3 panera is re-vamping its kids menu - and challenging other
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all artificial ingredients and preservatives from its menu as part of its extensive no-no list... saying it won't encourage children to eat unhealthy food. the new menu will include soups, salads and pasta....to drink it's water, juice and milk. 3 the u-s women's gymnastic team.... is taking home a lot of gold this year."the final five" will also appear on a box of special "k" cereal.a picture of simone biles with her "all-around gold"... will be on si rest of the team ....will be on the other. 3 and if you think everything tastes better fried - we have news for you. hostess is taking the deep fried twinkie from the state fair to your home freezer. the cream-filled snack in vanilla or chocolate is a collaboration between hostess and wal-mart to spark food sales with innovative products. reax
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3 when we come back - an amazing discovery about the oldest sharks in the world. world.find out just how long they've been around...next. 3 3 a live look over.....on the other end of this break.....
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check this out...scientists now calculate that "greenland sharks" are earth's oldest living animals with backbones. they estimate that one of those grey sharks was born in icy arctic waters roughly 400 years ago and lived until only a couple of years ago.using a novel dating technique... an international team of
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estimated the age of 28 dead female greenland sharks.they say eight of them were probably 200 years or older. until now... the record holder was a "bowhead whale" that hit 211 years old. 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low:
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spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers,
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the wisconsin state fair has officially wrapped up.but before the summertime staple came to a close... a few familiar faces had the chance to compete. compete.cbs 58's marshanna hester and i participated in a "chopped-like" cooking competition!check it out.
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chocolate schmorgasboard.. we just named that right nowwe did 3 3 we made it to the final round-- the dessert round!i later renamed that by the way... to "bacon chocolate blast."there were three rounds--- appetizer, dessert and entre. we had to use certain patrick cudahy products du were on the clock. we came in second place!!
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the hour. hour.the cbs 58 morning news at six is next. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations
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narrator: if johnson wins, wisconsin loses.
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i'm kyle aevermann 3 the sisters of the man shot and killed by a police officer say their brother didn't deserve to die this way.i'm julie parisei'll tell you syville smith's sisters believe he deserves justice coming up good morning.it's 6 a-m on this monday august 15th. thanks for waking up with us. i'm kate chappell. chappell.and i'm jessica tighe. it was a hot weekend. will this heat stick around for the work week? 3 here's meteorologist michael schlesinger for ready weather. 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81 tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82

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