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therefore i must reiterate the call for patience. this is a top priority. priority. nidays after the officer-involved shooting death of a milwaukee man... the state attorney general ...asking for calm. 3 dovorany...mike has the day off. the department of justice ?will not? release police body camera video...depicting the death of sylville smitbefore their investigation is complete. we're also learning new information about the evidence officials obtained from the scene. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad was at this morning's press conference... and joins us live. one piece of information coming out of this morning: investigators say not just one...but ?two? police body cameras recorded what happened
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sherman park august 13. > t thos?os> attorney general brad schimel's says the decision to hold back on releasing them is simple.> at his press conference - held at the wisconsin center - he imagined a worst case scenario where the milwaukee county d-a determines charges ?against? the officer are pproprte but?? prosecutors cannot complete a successful inestigation because they let the investigation get compromis. compromised.> that means the family of sylville smith has not been shown the video.> ...and that milwaukee police been show thevideo either - although schimel say they have requested it.> during this investigation though - the department justice fears the taint ple'eomemories of event. > brad schimel / wi attorney general> 10;16;31> "and in order to ensure that i need to make sure that the investigation is donin a way that maintaihe integrity of the information gathered. // i cannot ve witness statement being colored or painted by information they're
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the announcement comes a calls from the community to release the video for fear that the delay could lead to more unrest.> attorney general schimel says the ultimate decision on releasing the video will be up to the milwaukee county district attorney...> and it will be shown to the smith family before anyone else.> live i milwaukee...> jacob kittilstad...> cbs 58 news. 3 jacob thank you.you'll remember syville smith wa shot and killed ne 44th and aue. saturday.in the 48 hours following his death... protesters hi burning at least eight sinesses.several law injud in encounters... d multiple people ar werested. the attorney general says the investigaon is expedited, leto a rush to judgement. 3 3jusminder-- shermark is still closing at six every night.a curfew is o still being enforced.that means if you'rnd un..you must be n the house 10 p-m every night.milwaukee county officials say the curfl stk d uarounil further notice. 3 and as the attorney general
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depament of justice has set up a anonymous tip website looking for any information related to last saturday's shoo. shooting.here's a look at that page.again, all tips are anonymous... and officials say police will not be sent out to your location.we have a link to this page on our website, cbs 58 dot com. and you can find more information about the investigation on our website, inclunghe attorney general's full press conference also have interviews with communitmembers... and pictures and videos from the dot com. we are fwing breaking ws he this ternoon... a planned parentho clinic in offered abortions....will ?not reopen....due to concerns over security. the clinic suspended operations last year.officials said today-after an attack on a colorado springs clinic--they realized security at the appleton location was not up to par. "while this decision is extremely disappointing and difficult to make, we believe our staff and patients deserve the best health care environment. we remain
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opportunities to ennce abortion access. the attack they are referring t a gunman killed three people at a clinic in colorado springs.planned parenthood will still offer abortion services at clinics in madison and milwaukee. also breaking here at noon: a federal judge in texas has temporarily blocked an obama administration directive on bathroom rights for transgender students in u.s. public schools.texas and wisconsin are among 13 states that have sued the obama administration over the directive.the u-s department of jce reviewing its options in the matter. this afternoon dozens of peopleare homeless after a deadly fire at a sheboygan apartment complex. the fire ripped through ember apartments early sunday morning.the building is destord and won't be rebuilt. one person was killed in the flames.forty others are displaced.the red cross set up a temporary shelter at a nearby middle school. one woman there says she still can't believe she no longer has a place to live. take sot/tc:runs=:17 oc=describe that feelingdo you
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thats iti cant believe yesterday i had a pla to live and toay i dont have a place to live...you cat put thainto words theres n words to describe that feeling feeling the red cross says if you would like to help residents herethey are always looking for donations a woman is dead after a car crash on 27-th and wells in milwaukee. it happened around six lastnit. car ?ran a red light?... and t-boned the other. two people in one car were hurt.a 64-year-old woman-- who police sas of the cars--- died at the scene. 3 a milwaukee teenager is in custody this morning after police say... he led them on a ?wild chase in a len minivan.?brown deer police ied to stop the 17-year-old around 11:30 last night when they noticed the vehicle was driver ?took off.?ty say... he was ?speeding... and running red ligs.? at one point-- he even ?hit another car?... and kept driving.but while trying to make a turn at carmen and 84-th in milwaukee--- he lost control of the minivan... and hit a tree.that's when police
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it's week three of the preason f the packers... practice gets underway in the xt ten minutes.after two victories..'s time to mike mccarthy talking about . his team just a short time ago. trt 26it's all part of the chess match of trying to figure out who the 53 players are... tomorrow is even more im. iortant... tomorrow is even more important. important...??the packers hit the practice field at 12:15 today...they will take on the 49ers friday night at 9 p-m central time.rosters have to be down to 75 players by next tuesday.
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forecast...today; mostly sunny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82wednesday: scattered stms. high: 80 thursday: decreasing clds. h: 81forecast...today; mostly suny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sun. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunnygh wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81 toss back to mike developing here this afternoon: heavy smoke rising from this hardware store in manitowoc county.officials still trying
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early morning fire.cbs 58's julie parise talked with firefighters on the scene. but it did require a lot of manpower to put of tese flames.a fire chief s us 100 firefiters from 10 different agencies were called out here just after 5am when the flames broke out.take a look at his videyou can see the flames shooting up.the fire chief tells they are coming at this fire from the top down because the fire is shooting up throt we're told bc a lot of the products inside the store are accelerants, it made this fire difficult to fight.sot - 0 lt. kevin voland, kiel fire dept "it is -- making the situatuion ore difficultt. we have pubilc works on hand monitoriing to make sure there are n hazardous materials, we have nothing at this t" tag: there was a person in an apartment next door to the hardware store but were told they made it out safely. reporting in manitowac county
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coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... the fallout continues from ryan lochte's rio robbery.... the major deal the swimmer hasn and we'll sh you some major work being done to revive a
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new at noon, more fallout from ryan lochte's fall from olympic grace. grace.speedo usa will drop sponsorship of the american olympic swimmer because he lied to brazilian police about being held up during the summer games.the company says it will donate 50-thousand dollars of lochte's fee to an organization that helps children in brazil. a statement from speedo says quote "we cannot condone behavior that is counter to the values this brand has long stood for." an issue a lot of parents worry about around back to school time... bullying. some work to do. do. according to the financial website wallethub, wisconsin ranks 18th on a list of states with the biggest bullying problems.the website looked at everything from the number of fights at school to the number of students who miss a day of school because of bullying. michigan is the worst state for bullying, massachusetts is the best. 3 campaign 20-16 coverage now...just over 77 days until we head to the polls.this is a
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rally... he is addressing the iron workers convention in las vegas, nevada. 3 republican vicepresidential candidate mike pence was in madison this morning. our cbs affiliate there reporting that it was for a private fundraiser. does not have any official campaign stops in the state scheduled today. president obama will travel to louisiana tomorrow to visit with victimof the catastrophic flooding there. there.more than -thousand homes now have some kind of damage.some areas are still underwater thought...so that number could easily go up. president obama o available to help in the recovery. 3 a small town in michigan... is dealing with a big mess this morning. a tornado hit the area ...leaving a trail of devastation. it splintered trees, left cars crushed and battered homes. volunteers came out to help folks get back on their feet.
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sunny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80 thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast...today; mostly sunny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81 forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high:81 forecast...
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tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81 today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tusday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms.
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today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81 3 it's a task that certainly one man can't do.these stones weighing several s. landmark.cbs 58's kyle
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3 coming up on your cbs money watch report... the numbers are in for the sale of robin yount's baseball bilia. turns out that auction brought a lot of action from bidders. do't go
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time for today's money watch report.... 3 including a multi-billion dollar business deal in the pharmaceutical industry. but first.... wisconsins electricity rat so high---regulators are being warned that it could push businesses out of the state. a new report by the public service commission says the
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.....making it difficult for some industries to remain competitive. in response--- milwaukee's we energies says-- they're working closely with industrial customers to help lower their energy costs. drug maker pfizer says it will pay 14-billion dollars to buy medivation....a biotech company that produces a drug used to treat prostate cancer. shareholders and federal regulators still need to approve the deal. earlier this year, pfizer's plan to spend even more money to buy allergan and move its corporate the u-s was, in effect, blocked by the obama administration if you're planni a vacation, consider booking your flight tomorrow.august 23rd is considered... cheap flight day.when summer's more expensive fares start to fall as demand goes down. experts say ticket prices could drop by about 10 to 20 percent. 3 and that auction of milwaukee brewers hall of famer robin yount's personal memorabilia brought in just under 200- thousand dollars.yount put 72-items -- including the bat
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thousand in 1992 -- up for auction, because he's downsizing for a new house. house. according to a statement released by the auciton house, that autographed bat drew a winning bid of close to 49- thousand dollars.the ?ball? he hit on that occasion sold for 34-thousand.and an autographed sey jer wore during the 1982 season....in which he won the most valuable player award...sold for 82-hundred dollars. 3 -- talk over live big board -- 3 coming up, a recap of the new information we have learned about a controversial officer-involved shooting in milwaukee.it's next on your
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3 it's time for news on the go... a recap of all your top stories happening at noon. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel says he is not ready to release the body
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unrest in milwaukee. > brad schimel / wi attorney general> 10;16;31> "and in order to ensure that i need to make sure that the investigation is done in a way that maintains the integrity of the information gathered. // i cannot have witness statement being colored or painted by information they're seeing from other sources." sources."schimel revealed that two body cameras actually capturedideo last saturday. he said investigators are reviewing everything and he oes plan to release the video once the investigation is complete. investigators are working on an expedited timeline. 3 new details just into our newsroom; milwaukee police say 46 year old thomas williams lewis... was the man they found dead in the milwaukee river last friday.his body was found in lincoln park.the medical examiner's office is still investigating his death. a federal judge in texas has temporarily blocked an obama administration directive on bathroom rights for transgender students in u.s. public schools.texas and wisconsin are among 13 states
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directive.the u-s department of justice says it is reviewing its options in the matter. forecast...today; mostly sunny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80 thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast...today; mostly sunny. high: 78tonight: mostly clear. low: 64tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: decreasing clouds. high: 81forecast... today; mostly sunny. high: 78 tonight: mostly clear. low: 64 tuesday; mostly sunny. high: 82 wednesday: scattered storms. high: 80thursday: and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. a feel good story to end your
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families in milwaukee have a chance at home ownership thanks to a local housing program. a-c-t-s or "acts"... works with the city to guide ?low-income families? onto the path of home ownership.cbs 58's ?julie parise? shares the story of an immigrant family.... now living the american dream. all these furnace overe here are brand new and that we put in.roger yang has put a lot of work into this home.these are all brand new - the pipes arew brand new - everything is brand newhe purchased this house on north side of milwaukee late last year - and it wasnt in good shape. it was a foreclosed home - roger and his mom worked with a program called a.c.t.s. ke tma their ownstoner - our missionis empowerment through home ownershiprebecca stoner is a manager at acts - she works with families like the yangs who face challenges like low income or language barriers stoner - our goal is not to hand people a house that's already ready. our goal is to support them but the
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the work- putting in their sweat and tears in to the home. roger - we put new light fixtures- fan.roger yang says that ha work is what makes this house even more important to his family.do you feel an extra sense of pride that not only do you own this home but that you worked on it >?yeah - ou can tellnats chop chicken the hmong woman moved to milwaukee 30 years ago and has struggled through several different homes. but her problems became too real when her husband died she says without acts she is not sure where she would be.even though my husband left me a while back i am happy that i own my own home and my children can stay with me and i dont have
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others.lights here - fixture/ it's a house that will serve 3 the yang fam for years to come. and future generations julie parise - cbs 58 news 3 for more information on this program--- go to our website "cbs-58-dot-com." 3 stay tuned to cbs 58 all afternoon... coming up at 2 its the rachael ray show... then at 3 its dr. phil with... thanks for joining us.be sure
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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? >> quinn: don't do this. >> steffy: you're forcing me. this is what it comes to. wyatt's future is in your hands. you walk out this door right now and nothing changes for him. >> quinn: you would really move out? >>ff my grandfather and start a relationship with him... yes. i will move out tonight. so what's it gonna be? do you care about wyatt's marriage or not? >> quinn: of course i do. i don't want to hurt wyatt. but i care about eric, too, and i don't want to hurt him, either.

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