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chief flynn "the community stepped up last night. those of you who re out there saw in many instances peop preaching on streetcorners, councelling small groups of individuals.. a surprising message from night of unrest in milwaukee - police now saying this could have been much worse... 3 thank you for joining us - i'm kate chappell in for mike strehlow. new at noon-- we now know ?four? milwaukee police officers were hurt... after a second niht of unrest in milwaukee's shrman park area. police made 14 arrests and three squad cars were damaged. milwaukee policealso say one store has broken windows...and there were shot spotter activations. an 18-year-old
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and severely hurt.the violence and protests follow an officer- inolved shooting on saturd. dozens of protestors were met by police in riot gear.. while many of you were sleeping. milwaukee poce officers tweeted they were able to restore order to the area of sherman and burleigh at two this morning. and just into our newsroom-- we've learned sherman park will close at 6 tonight. police also plan to keep a strict curfew of 10 in the city. jut within the hour - police chief ed flynn a milwaukee mayor tom barrettaddressed the unrest during a ceremony towelcome new police recruits. cbs 58's kyle aevermann was there - he mayor says this had to end. e? commended officersa lot calmer than last night. "officers successfully protected the commuty last
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was extremely proud the work the officers were doing. flynn told is that many of the officers felt energized in protecting community last night. chief flynn says they will continue to thier stragy and have forces out tonight. both flynn and the mayor say many of the community members in sherman park were a great help to police last night. buhe's thankful for the peace that was there last night. chief flynn "a n individuals spoke at the vigil last night which could have easily been an excuse for some folks to incite but rather there were consistent calls for calm discussion and peaceful change. that had a siginifant impact on the amount of disorder last night/." we were also hear for a swearing in ceremony for about
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chief commended them for thier bravery and let them know how important joining the force iswe'll have much more on this later today. 3 the man involved in the deadly officer involved shooting has been identified as 23-year-old sylville smith. smith's family tell us... he didn't deserve to die this way.. and they want justice. there was a candlelight vigil last night where the 23-year-old was shot... at 44th and auer. hundreds of people in the community came out to remember the man... and encourage peace. ope then marched along the streets in protest of the shootg. smith's two sisters were there... and vocal about what happened. his older sister said -- violence is not the way to solve society's problems. his younger sister is still coming to grips with the loss. :12 this is my brother, my protector, somebody that's supposed to be there for me.
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status, maybe a like at the ub. i lost my brother, i cant get him back back smith's sister says he was not a violent person. they say he quote - messed up, like everybody else. today things appear calm in the sherman park neighborhood. for the seconday ina row... people in the area are trying to clean up. our team coverage continues with cbs 58's david ade.he joins us now live from sherman park with the latest... david? - describe bp-national media staging- people unhappy media here- talked to people off cam -say same group of teens would steal from bp -saw tension growing, knew it would come to this -fearful -live in milwaukee... david ade... cbs
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sherman park to close at 6pm tonight milwaukee, wi - sherman park will be closed to the public at 6:00 p.m. tonight, and reopen at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. the county park is located at 3000 n. sherman boulevard in milwaukee. the nighttime closure will continue until further notice, per order of sheriff david arke. ###
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more calls for peace are planned for today - students at marquette will gather in less than half an hour at westowne square for "a prayer for peace."last night.. the marquette police department asked students on campus to stay inside as a precaution. while the national guard has been activated - milwaukee police want to make it clear that they were not deployed last night in the city. on sunday.. goveor "scott
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guard - which means they are ready to go if needed - but only on the call of police chief ed flynn. milwaukee county sheriff "david clarke" shed for the activation.he says it was important to utilize all resources to prevent a repeat of saturday. 3 the upheval, the choas we saw last night that threatens good law abiding people that destoryed businesses where people work as a means to support their family. some local leaders and community members say milwaukee should have seen this violence coming... and they're using statistics as pro. proof.a 2013 study from u-w milwaukee... using census data... shows wisconsin leads the nation in locking up african-american men.almost 13-percent of the state's african-american men are now behind bars in state prisons or local jails... nearly twice the national average. average. a 2015 report from researchers at u-c-l-a found
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students were more likely to be suspended in wisconsin than in any other state. and a 2015 study from the website "24-7 wall reet" called the milwaukee area... wors"the city for black americans to live in the country." that studcited the unemployment rate in the city... and the income dparity between black and white residents. ay with cbs 58 for ?continuing coverage of th nrest? in milwaukee. we'll bring you ?up to the minute? de. developments.you can also stay ?up to date? online at "cbs-58-dom the milwaukee fire department responded to a two story house fire this morning. it happened at 41st and burleigh in milwaukee near sherman park. park.the fire oke out around 4-30 this morning. we were able to confirm there is ?no? connection to the "unrest in milwaukee." no reports of any injuries. more ?deadly? gun violence in milwaukee... a family is grieving the loss of a 31-year old woman... who was shot and
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happened near 27th and lisbon. the victim's brother tells us she was shot by a man during still under investigation. milwaukee police say no suspects are in custody right now. its looking a bit overcast out there. looks like there is a chance of rain... so lets check in with michael schlesinger for our first look at ur ready weather forecast. rebecca in wx center forecast...today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable cloudpo 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...
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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: 83 toss back to mike coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... devastation after heavy rain. neighborhoods are still under water after deadly floods in louisiana. the latest from baton rouge.. coming up. "donald trump's campaign chairman is under fire for his
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foreign policy. i'm craig boswell at the white house.
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in campaign 2016... republican presidential nominee donald trump will be in milwuakee tomorrow. he'll speak during a town hall.. with fox news
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pabst theater. the event starts at 6. seating is on a first come first serve basis and is closed to media. trump also plans to campaign in ?west bend? tomorrow. he's hosting a rally at the ziegler building at the washington county fair park and conference center.the rally starts at 7-30. doors open at 4-30. ----meanwhile... trump's campaign chairman- paul manafort is being questioned about his time working for former ukrainian president viktor yanukovich. craig boswell is at the white house with the latest turn in the id donald trump's campaign chairman, paul manafort, is denying he received any secret money from a ukrainian political party.(gfx)the new york times reports the pro- russian party of former ukrainian president viktor yanukovich - designated 12 point 7 million dollars for manafort. ukrainian anti- corruption investigators say a so-called "black ledger" documents a system of illegal off the books payments.(/wipe gfx)manafort released a statement saying: "the suggestion that i accepted
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silly and nonsensical."(nats of trump)"the newspaper's going to hell."donald trump unleashed a wave of criticism against the new york times - and the media in general - this weekend.he says he would be defeating clinton if he received fair coverage. (standup: craig boswell/cbs news/the white house)trump will focus on foreign policy with a counter-terrorism speech in ohio today - while hillary clinton is talking about the economy in pennsylvania with an old friend.(nats)vice president joe biden is campaigning with clinton in his hometown of scranton, pennsylvania.clinton is claiming policies will hurt working-class voters while benefiting the very wealthy. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. cbs news has learned the f-b-i plans to hand over notes investigators took from their interview with hillary clinton about the private email server she used as secretary of state... to congress. that will happen in the next few days - possibly as early as today. there's more rain in the
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already killed at least 6 people and left thousands in shelters. over the weekend.. there were more than 20-thousand water rescues. flood waters overwhelmed thousands in the region. local forecasters coared the storm that dumped about 20 inches of rain over the weekend to a hurricane without wind. (sot: yoshema day/flood victim) (:09-:16)it looks like an island. things are just disappearing. the cars are disappearing under the water. water.the federal government has declared a major disaster in the area. we have rain and storm chances in the forecast...and we need it.michael schlesinger times things out for us in ready weather. 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: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers,
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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 forecast... today: increasing clouds. high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance 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
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67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 wednesday: chance of showers, storms. high: 83 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: 67tuesday; variable 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 ?ad lib? toss back
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back to the unrest in milwaukee...this weekend's events- to some- were reminiscant of the infamous 19-67.at the time... the national guard was mobilized to stop the rioting. four people- including a police officer- were killed. more than 15-hundred people were arrested. and the area was severely damaged. i spoke to district 13 alderman terry witkowski on the cbs 58 news this morning.... about the similarities between those riots and what happened on saturday. "it certainly deters people from staying here, either living there or driving through because it just
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sooner this stops the better. this will have a long lasting effect on that neighborhood" neighborhood"witkowski says working together is the solution.he says the city.. the police department and the neighborhood should work together to keep businesses there and keep crime out. he says it's important to have a climate where people want to operate business. 3 coming up in your cbs money watch report... sales are improving... some major retailers still plan to close stores.we'll
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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.
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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 and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way. narrator: if johnson wins, wisconsin loses. in today's money watch report... 3 encouraging news for some major retailers... who say sales are ?improving.? kohl's , macy's, and nordstrom all posted losses in the first quarter.sales improved in the second. analysts say its encouraging news for the retailers and their outlook for the rest of the year.both kohls and macy's recnetly announced plans to close some stores.
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closing 95 locations by september. the casual restaurant chain hasn't said which of its more than 700 locations would be going out of business. the company plans to revamp its menu as part of its "fresh start" initiative. the u-s women's gymnastic team is taking home a lot of gold this year. the "the final five"-- not only have a place in u-s gymnastics history... but the team will also appear on a cereal box. "special k" cereal will feature a photo of simone biles with her all-around gold on one side.... and a photo of her with the rest of the team on the other. biles has the chance to become the first woman to win five gold medals in a single games. 3 let's take a look at stocks at noon.the dow jones is up 75 points... good to see things in the green! coming up... meteorologist michael schlesinger has a
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stay with us...
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it's time for news on the go... a recap of all your top stories happening at noon. ?four? milwaukee police officers were hurt... after a second night of unrest in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. police made 14 arrests and three squad cars were also damaged. the violence and p an officer-involved shooting on saturday. today police chief ed flynn and milwaukee mayor tom barrett addressed the unrest... cbs 58's kyle aevermann has the latest. 3
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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... high: 81tonight: mostly cloudy. shower possible. low: 67tuesday; variable clouds; spotty shower/storm. high: 82 and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. 3 stay tuned to cbs 58 all afternoon... coming up at 2 its the rachael ray show...
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