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anks so much. [applause] velopmt late this t four with afternoon in the slenderman stabbing ca case.one of the two girls charged wibing ir classmate 19-times... will ente rson of insanity insanitymorgan geyser's waukha county court tht he intends to file that plea. investigators say that in 4... th ser an anissa weyer plotted for months before luring the victim into some woods and eply stabbi her. killing her would please slender manm -like character inonline stories.as trie make hisse... n mightint to e poce ierrogaon er th stabbing... take a listen... t detective asks geyser if
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then 12-year-old clate. "does it make you feel bad, thu yostabbed one of your bestfriends?" "i thought about it, but decided that remorse would get me nowhere." morgan geyser dinot appear emotionalduring her nearly x-sihour interrogation... even singing to herself hen the tective left the room briefly.oth geyser ananissa weier fac atanmpted icide ce in adult court. 3 evce oflast park neigorhood is being wn.the b gas statn destr by a e... no move forward.itrieto newvelopnts today -om the inident t ked thviolence. thean sht by m-last saturday. saturd.the miluk county medil examiner tell that smith waoncs shot right arm.there had int rumorsmith was shot in the
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led to violent demonstrations thughout the sherman park neighborhood over last weekend eight buiness fires we started... along wh cars and how police handled things.f "that doesn't mean that we are noring the undeying allenges we face as it pertains to povertand homelessness and education and public safety. but i think we do, ke this i hopthat turn it into soething really positive for our city." city."mayor bartt also says the actions of a few do not reflect the sherman park neighborhood..or the city. hundreds of residents who th showed up sunday morning to clean up that show milwaukee's true colors. 3 these three men are now charged with breaking into and burglarizing a store during the unrest.police say durrel devon love broke into the liquor"store near 47th and
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love told investigators th says he was looking for a friend... lidesaid he ju wantedto see what wa oing suveilll deo from side the clarbeer and liquore store saturday night shows -- at one point time-- at least ?40? people nsidi.. and shattering liquor bottles. cbs 58's april dovorany is live outside thstore after speaking with one of the ners. bill, marshanna-the owner tells me between lost merchandize and damage to his store-this will cost about 125- thousand dollars. but the store is back up and running thru the clean-up and he says-it will stay that way. look at this surveillenace video-you see dozens of people breakinginto clark's beer and liquor saturday nightspending an hour smashing bottlesthrowing bricks and stealing liquor. paul rubitsky has co-owned this store for yearshe saysup untl th
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rubitskyays many more are some as customers. but unlike other businessaul is already working on rebuilding because he says-this neighborho is full of goodd it wn't community members who started the trouble. community because is isto e their store. ..must have been 50 peoplecome in the store and apologize...were sorrythis happened to or staff some t rking here and re fro e wee across the why--theyre losingjobs but the people doing ts dont care tonigh5-t store is employeese havanswers on ats ne for the lir cbs ive in lwaukee ad the darent of justice isasking help to be understand e moments before the officer-nvolved shooting that sparkedthe unrest in sherman park. park.the d-o set up an
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asking peoplebmi to sufacts -- not speculation or hersay. eu website at 8 dot com. 3 as the city tries to moves forwardwhat impact could thunest have on tourism and vis? visitors?we reached ou to the o of the milwaukee cer district.he says ere ar't any planned events in the area this weekend.t hehas reached touizations scheduleto be here in the coming months... and says "everyone is comfortable".meantim-- th m-m-a-c s usthey're ing with local businesses any way thy can. 3 a couoou membrs were mpacteby the fand damage . antrei think for the most art they wa nt to rebuild,wa ey to stay conn ted, they want tbe a part the neighborhood. the out ithe fety of thocerned employs, th wanted fe to come back to worin that locat and i think that's ppening, and thinit just
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tolp. ac prent tim shhysays they're a wo to wa lp the commuty rebound as a whole. vernor s walkerat the th capitol toda talk t the unrest. est. governor's office prdent hanti hamilton, alderman bob donovan and waeepolice ?[asson io prest michcrivello werll at ndence.they discussed law enent an milwaukee anditted tog 3 3cmunitymbers e invited to atend a "listening seion" ight n wake of ast wekend's unrest. it will pl frosix to nine at pklawn assembly of god near sherman boulevard and osevelt drive. milwaukee tom barrett gave cred to the mu h heg keep e calms week said members up and a big ferenc" 3 stay with cbs 58 for he test vlopmentsn the sh park neighborhood -- both on and online, at cb
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light of the troubles the city of milwaukee faces... a progm that h spent yes trying to make positi cotions the commity. cbsanc r chele the fellowship open... chele?
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3 meterologist rebeccschuld joins us nowto get you ready fo your ning...rebecca. 3
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dry s now, early this aon. aditional storms ll wibuil and conthrtie about midnight.. hot anhumid with highs as warm as 900 ut feling a bit warmer. wind: ssw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. muggy with lows around 700. wind: 5-sw 0 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday on and off through the day. strong storms not expected but some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with lingering clouds especially during the morning.. getting cooler but still above-average say
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in the 70s for the first time this month. 3 we're anxiously awaitg for the arof the pacrs regular season... but there'a le preseon too. too.thpackers tookme another 'w' against the oakland raiders last nigh a ge yomight ha caught
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the m.what you didn't see... keyarters like aaron rodgers, jordy nelson suit up. but we did see a lot of who might back theen up whe games really matter.brett hundley and rookie joe callahaeach got a lot f reps in the 20 to 12 victory. we'll have post game reaction coming up at five. 3 you can catch the packers on cbs 58 three more times this season.the first -- a thursday night game against the rival chicago ars.be october 20th... with a 7-25 pm kickoff.then on november ... they take on indianapolis colts.that's a 30 kickoff.and on decemb 4th -- it's a noon kickoff against j-j watt and the houston texans. today -- donald trump and his campaign visited the folks in louisiana after last weekend's deadly flooding... offering his support.it also comes after staff.weijia jiang reports. (nats)"we knew you woule here for us."donald trump
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he spent the morning looking at damag(sot: donald ump/( presidential nominee) "yove never had flood before?""no."trump did not bring up the ongoing shakeup of his staff.campaign chairman paul manafort resigned as investigators in ukraine are trying to determine if he accepted illegal cash payments lobbyists.trump released a ted stant calling manafort a "true professional".and his son, eric trump said this: this:"i think my father didn't want to be distracted by, you know whatever things that paul was dealing with."earlier this wetrumhired a wo and non and kellyanne conway. they may be respsible for an apparently softer trump...who typally does not acknowledge mis-steps. steps."i do regret it - particular where it mve caused personal pain." (standup: weijia jiang/cbs news/the white ho) clinton campaign dismissed trump's comment as insincere... and riticid his first
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close to 5-million dollars advertising in four battleground st...compared to clinton's 75-million since clinton foundation said it will no longer acpt donations from corporations or foreign countries.weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. 3 its own tement to the residentsof louisiana today... offering her ort. then relead another statement about nafort's resnaon callita disturbing connection twn nald trump and pro-kremlin elemes in russia and ukraine. 3 sti comeon the cbs 58 news at four -- an olympian mes clean. what ryan lochte has to say about trashinga gastation bathro. th 3ying to brazilianlice. and despite efforts to contain it... the zika virus could be spreang to other parts of orida.
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schuld will return wih your
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ryan lochte is apoling
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eye for the us olympic swim team.he originally said he and hree teammates re robbed at gunpoint.police say the swimmerndiz a gas station then paid armed guards before leaving.ben tracy has the latest from rio de neiro. olyic gold dalist ryan lochte says he's learned some valuable lens from e incent at a ogas station. in a statement on ingram he :(g)"i want to apologize fomy behavior last kend fnot ing more described the events ofat early rning.hs on to say... it's traumatic to be out late with your friends, in a foreign country with a lguage barrier and have a strangeoint gun au and demand money.several happened early sunday morning. lochte and histeammates dappear down this walkway leadg to the bathrooms. they're seen lingering behi a wall... and pulling down a poster. when they attempted to leave, security guar blocked
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police say thimmers were drk and belligerent... vandalized this bathroom... nd aleft $50 to pay for the damage.(sot nancy armour / day sporcolumnist) (no nt, too quicstupid is operative word.usy sports columnist nancy armour said lochte's subsequent actions only made things worse. sports columnist) (:59-1:05) you pay the damages, yo apologize for being n ugly american, you let the usoc know what you did, erybody moves on. lochte originally claimed they were returning from a night of partying when they were robbed at gunpoint. (sot lochte) (no font, text on tape)he cocked it, put it to my forehead and said and i was like, i put my hands up. i was like, whatever. police said the gas station's security guards were armed... but called their ons appropriate.(nats olympics swimming)lochte, a six time olympic gold medalist, apparently returnedto noth carolina before rio police could re-question him. on thursday, after speaking with police for a second day, gunner bentz and jack conger flew back to the us. (standup cl bcbs tracynews, rio de janeiro) (1:37-1:5as for jimmy feigen, histhe only mmer stillre in rio. his lawyer ss he ll
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lowaiteto comment on the incit in ountthe lets ndled and he wasure his teammates would be arriving 3 me safely from the latest wildfire es tearing through california. tis wt's lefof parts of san bernardino.thousands of homes have been evacuated due to the fire... but ficials say still occupied -- dete destroyed more than fire has 37-thousand acres... it's only about 25 percent contained. 3 louisiana is still reeling from historic and deadly flding -- thousands still ving in ift makeshshelters until morhelp arrives. - just west of baton rouge -- dozens of houses were washed away in the storms.residents returning to what's left of their homes described how
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like 5-6 ft. within 20 minutes." minutes."""this is the worst i've ever seen in like 10 years. they have houses thats never even had water in their yards, and now they have water in their houses."" houses.""thereis some hope though... the "tide loads of offering to do laundry for budweisehave shipped olks at thousands cawat of to the ar 3 ll readycast with terologist rebecca schuld is next...stay
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3 today: partly cloudy with scattered storms ending through the morning with a few dry hours now, early this afternoon. additional storms will be building this evening ancontinue through midnight.. hot and humid with highs as warm as 90buelife a bi ssw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. sta warm and muggy with lows around 700. storms likely on saturday on and off through the day.
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some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with lingering clouds especially during the morning.. getting cooler but still ab-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for the first time this month. today: partly cloudy with scattered storms ending through the morning with a few dry hours now, early this afternoon. additional storms will be building this evening and continue through abut midnight.. hot and humid with
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slowly endg. stays warm and muggy th lo around 700. and ofthrough the day. nd:storm strong storms not ex bupected some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with lingering clouds esally during the morning.getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for the first time
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a special chance for some milwaukeeans to learn more about african americans' roles in our country's history. history.cbs 58 anchor michele mccormack is live from the fellowship open with the details... michele? a special dignitary from
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the invitation of the fellowship open to remind the community of soon to be opened smithsonian museuoffran americ history and culture. american history museum of african smithsonian to be opened smithsonian museum of african american histord 3 "it's 400 thosuand square feet it's at the base of the washington monument around the corner fr the smithsonian." smithsonian."director of parnership and international programs john franklin tells me he is very excited about the opportunities to organize trips from milwaukee to washington d-c so tht peo of all ages and all ethnicities will this powerful collection. artifacts that acafcan u cina sla cabin to m a a segregated rail car that was in use until1960.
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dollars paid for half of t so 's free for everyone to come.. it's the african american museum of history of culture: it's a museum of history and culture. how america has been deeply influenced through music od oration crafts the way we tells stories it's a museum everyone can appreciate and learn from. (ad lib) 3 coming up next on the cbs 58 news at 4-30... more on the breaking news out of waukesha county.one of the girls accused of stabbing her classmate ?changes? her plea.
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we've got much more news and weer headlines...coming up on the s 58 news at four
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3we continue to follow breaking news frtender man stabbing case out of waukesha... waukesha...today -- one of the two young women charged in the plea.cbs 58's david ade joins live outside the waukesha county courthouse with more... david? morgan geyser's attorney says he will plead not ltby ea nity..that development played out today in a courtroom in waukesha county. 3 both geyser... and the anissa weyer were in that courtroom. geyser and weyer plotted for months before luring the victim into some woods and repeatedly stabbing her. the girls hoped kiing her woul please slender man, a
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weier face an attempted homicide charge in adult court. fter toayhearing, geysers attorney spoke with the media, here's some of what he had to say. sot: 16anthony cottonattorney "so depenng on what the codefendants... what anissa's lawyers do, their case we go iecon ei er to trial or plea, and our case would be tri separately. and we've got difrent ssues as you saw today,we entered what is called the insanity plea, so we have that dimension of our trial too." lawyers for both girls are working request... and have 10 days to file that.if nothing cha... bo are expected back in court on october 13. soc 3 3 we're also learning more about the policshooting that led to unrest in milwaukee last weekend.the milwaukee county medical examiner tells us that slle smitwas shot twice -- one in the chest... and ce inthe right arm.there had been rus i was shot in the back... the m-e says
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demonstrations throughout the nearly a weeago..eight business fires were started... along with cars and ther property. gruesome scene on milwaukee's north side this morning. body wasled pulom the milwaukee river in lincoln park.now invtigatoare working to identify the body. cbs 58's julie parise has the details. we're standing on hampton ave, next to the milwaukee river and next to the hampton ave bridge.hind are sheris milwaukee medical examiner. he medical examiners office says they are investigating looking a body found in the river. river.take a look at this video.we know the dive team responded here a little less than two hours o.so far we've not been given any rmatioabout the identity of the body found, though the medical examiner did say initial examination shows it is a mal3body. body.stay cbs 58 for the latest on air and online at cbs58 dot com as this story
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weknow the name of the man whow was shot outside a police station on milwaukee's south side. side.police say reed carlsen was outside of the district x station ound 6:30 lt night when he got into an argument with two men.mpd tellus one of those men had a gun and shot the 42-year-old. that mand hisfriend then turned themselves in and handed the weapon over to police.carlsen was rushed to the hospit where he later died. pa do milwaukee sht down for hours this morning. after a shooting right outside the wisconsin cer.police say a man was shot near olworld d and wells just before three a-m.he was able to get into his car and drive to 4th and kilbourn... where he flagged down an officer.he's in the al with what police describe as non-life atening injuries.no word yet on any suspec. meterologist becca schuld joins us now to geyou ady
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3 today: partly cloudy with scattered storms ending through the morning with a few dry hours now, early this afternoon. additional storms will be building this evening and continue through midnight.. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: ssw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday on and off through the day. strong storms not expected but
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drier on sunday with lingering clouds especially during the morning.. getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sy stays in the 70s for the first time this month. about 15-hundred milwaukee students are getting a" jump start" to the schooyear with free supplies, immunizations, health screenings and haircuts. haircuts.the annual "back to
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this event is put on by the city health department, united way and a number of health care agencies and hospitals. 3 (good, great for parents who can't get school supplies for their kids. takes pressure off. yes it does.) does.) (prepares them for school year. united community. keep lrn and become productive citiz) citizens.) anotr hefairnext friday from 10o divigh onhihool. 3 3big news fople fa... ?unofficial? k peek shows uswha big chges instore.e 3and scroertson was an courvn th .. but his work in the community this day.now -- hes getting
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there mightnow be a secondarea transmission in florida -- one . zone".there are 35 conrmed ?locally? tranitted cases of zika across florida. cbs new correspot dav begnaudis n miami beach with the new concern. 3 cbs news has learned from "alth officials" that there is a "clusterof cases n the miami beach area th are eved represent second are transmison. an announcement miami beach mar philip levine:ls levine:"could be a linto miami beach, the person could have visited miami beach. the person could have traveled to miami beach. we don't even know if the person is in america right now."a spokeswoman for florida vernor rick scott told cbs news last night that reports ofneware a of zika transmission are "wrong."(nats sprayi)the florida health
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beeves ?active transmissions? are only happening in miami's wynwood neighborhood. ?gfx in?six public schools fall within r near at wynwood za zone more than 4000 students head back to class there on monday. ?gfx out?(nat bug spray) "we'll give you one spray..." school officials are making sure children are covered -- distributing insect repellent and uniforms with ?long sleeves and pants? -- to y continues to advise pregnant c women avoid the wynwood thas way too g for you..." mercedes cabrera is expecting her third child. her family lives in the 'zika zone' and her two children attend school a block away from home. "mentally, zika is going through my mind 24-7. it's like, okdo i go outde? did i put my spray? we know zika is a real risk for pregnant womeand their babies but now there's a new study out yesterday hat zika can ao affehe ult rain when itcomes to memory
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3 a french website claims it as the schematics of the i-phone s. seven.cordinto "no where else-dot-f-r"-- the images do not show a headphone jack at the bottom of the phone... like the one you see here. instead, apple will ?fsupposedl put a second speaker grill in that spot.apple has not commented on this report. many are expecting the tech company to announce details f the 3 er is one step closer to deploying ?self-driving? cars atherod country.the ride sharing company laed c tpulials in pittsburgh teaming up together in a 300 million dollar deal to create the vehicles.th pto have 100 on the road by the end of 2016.according to a recent survey....48-percent of americans are willing to try out self-driving cars. 3 amd a federal judge has rejected a proposed 100-
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between uber d its drivers. the judge ruled the deal es not compensate drivers in california and massachusetts enough.the april selement was ree years in e making. it could now force uber to dig deeper in its pockets to reach a deal. 3 it's a success story on two wh. wheels... kevin hardman: "i think it makes milwaukee a better place to live and to work and to visit." this weekend on cbs day 5 rningthe pid gro of bubikes explained...how present blue bike-share people oundget armilwaukee ay and so...nearby suburb kevin hardmannthe bicycle is a beautiful thing haha and as milwaukee continues to get dense and development continues to happen an pressures get put n other choicthe poance of bi share cones to rae. raise.you can the watch entire story plus much more on cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow... that's at 7-am just ahead of cbs sday
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hope you'll join us 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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oscar robertson inspires stories of his success on the court... but it's what he still does ?off? it, that makes an impact in milwaukee. milwaukee.cbs 58 anchor michele mccormack is with us once again... as the ig o" is honed. because this is a golf outing and because oscar robertson is a basketball legend, you might think his advice revolves around practice--think again the big o's advice for
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degree oscar robertson, legends award recipient: i think they should try to get in and graduate college. and take difficult subjects. don't take something that you can read in an ordinary newspaper. try to get the institute of 3 technology or some of those mechanical schooltake something that's sophisticated. there's some colleges in northern kentucky that teaches you how to break hackers and break in for these huge companies. because right now on the political andinternational scene tha'ts ayou have anymore. michele: so big o your advice isn't get out on the court and practice eight hours a day to get in the nba? oscar: well, i think if there's a way out for you you take advantagef the situation. my father was not an attorney. worked two jobs andhat i had was
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think that's the mission today for black and whit who don't e the person making money sitting down o earns his monesitting down and utlitizes other people to do things for him." 3
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today: partly cloudy with scattered storms ending through the morning with a few dry hours now, early this afternoon. additional storms will be building this evening and continue through about midnight.. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: ssw slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 wed: storms likelon saturday on and off hrout the day. strong storms not expected but drier on sunday with ligering clouds especially during the
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still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for th first time this month. today: partly cloudy with scattered storms ending through the morning with a few dry hours now, early thafternoon. additional stormwill be building continue through about midnight.. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: ssw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday on and off through the day.
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some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with lingering clouds especially during the morning.. getticooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for the first time this month. 3 3
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and a heads up for drivers -- i-94 eastbound will be shut down tonighat highway 100... the d-o-t needs to do some work for the zoo interchange project... that closure will happen at-oclock tonight... and it is scheduledto la for 31-ho 3 getf at moorland rd and go to greenfield ave goup to bluemound and go east.or we'll have hwy 100 off-ramp open as well , so get on 100 and go to greenfield and go 4 southbound ain... i-94 eastbound... toward downtown will e shu down at eleven... at ten tonight... stem ramps fro i-894 d i-/us 45toi-4 are also being closed. they ould oup about 6 a-m on sunday... maybe earlier if the weather cooperates. 3
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moment...stay tuned.
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thanks for watching the news at four... four...
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breaking news at five -- chans to the case of two waukesha girlshargedit stabbing their classmate to aract, slenderman.the plea expe fore of them.but rs 13:10:11-19 calling on community to standup pepole who have beeen here 20-30years- show people what sherman park is all about. 3 3 a call to action..lon resides of milwaukee's shean park ghborhood hoping to take back strts after two ni f unst. 3 rig now nding answers to a ddly ficer-ed ras caught the wisconsin state patl at 44th and auer today..they're
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died on turday. wn police say smith refused to put down a gun he ing. new tonight -- th milwaukee county mical examiner says the autopsy shows ith was sh the chest and right arm.d-c-i is investigating the cae.. and has not said when they release the body camera footage of the shooting. hours after that sg.. unrest in the sherman rk neighborhood of milwau.. milwaukee...dozens of fires were set.. so businesses destroyed..other shops were broken into.. and looted. looted.tonight -- we're learning of the first charges from saturday's unrest.. according to the criminal complaint -- durrell jones, joseph lindsey and devon love broke into clarke liquor near 48th and burliegh.. they're all charged with breaking and entering and burglarizing a store. cbs 58's april dovornay is live tonight with reaction from that store's owner. you can see here- the boarded up front windows of the store --a reminder of what happed early sunday but also a reminder to customers-they
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look at this surveillance video--at one ti more tha op we beerand liquo-and the owne tel us they were inside for an hour..knoing over shelves...1227....bulletproof counter wacracked but they er got behin it...carpeng destroyed but milwaukee police say-they caught thremen in the t including20 year old devon love, 22 ur old joseph lindsey- and 46 year old durrell jones.919 nice to know they're being held goes..what the da does...ll three men re from milwaukee county-but owner paul bitsk says-even though he recognizes some customers on the video-he believes people from this neighborhood aren't responsible 1413 the people who initially started it-we've never seen them before longtime customer dewan scott agrees-saying -he do beesn'tevriots re started by those who knew sylville smith. 49 i don't believe it had anything to do with their caring for the indicidual who lost his life..whatever way it went.

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