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we begin with braking news in the case of convicted killer steven avery. his latest appeal is in, with a filing made this morning at an appeals court in madison.while the conviction..this morning's filing also indicates she's trying to bide time cbs 58's david ade joins us live at the manitowoc county courthouse to explain this 'latest legal twist'...david? avery's lawyer, kathleen zellner, is asking that the appeal proceeding be delayed until more scientific testing is done. so that's why we are here at the manitowoc county courthouse today, the expectation is zellner will
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permission from the court for some type of dna or forensic test.yesterday... zellners office told me that we are in the right spot if something were to happen.however today if you call zellners office.. instead of someone answering the phone... you hear a voice recording telling you the office is being overwhelmed with calls from all over the world related to the avery case, and it directs people to their website. so as of right now we are unsure if and when zellner could be here in manitowoc county, case she does, and bring you the latest on the cbs 58 news at four and five.live in manitowoc county david ade cbs 58 news. happening right now, family, friends and a prominent civil rights leader are gathering to say goodbye to sylville smith. smith.the 23-year-old was fatally shot by a milwaukee police officer during a chase nearly 2 weeks ago following a traffic stop. the shooting set off a weekend of unrest in
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neighborhood that resulted in several businesses being looted and set on fire. cbs 58's evan kruegal joins us live from the christian faith fellowship church with our top story at noon. our cameras are not allowed inside the sanctuary - but a visitation is happening as we speak - with a service set to begin around noon.thats when the reverend jesse jackson will speak to those in attendance. todays ceremony began just after 10 - with friends and family lining up outside the christian h church many came wearing red and white - to honor sylville smith - the armed suspect shot and killed by police nearly two weeks ago.full details and video of tt shooting have not been released - but friends and family say thats not the focus today - instead its on showing support for the family caldonia candler:03:29today is just, i would say a day of peace for this family. it's
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hard. this is truly a tragedy the reverend jesse jackson is set to speak around 2 - we're hoping to speak with him shortly after that. live in milwaukee ekcbs58news. ahead of this morning's services...local and state leaders gathered less than 2 miles from sherman park to outline a investment of dollars to address housing and employment problems plaguing the inner city. cbs 58's kyle aeverman has the details.. we're at the milwaukee urban league. one of more than a dozen spots that will house a mobile job center in the city. voit's part of a 4.5 million dollar job announcement made this morning bywisconsin governor scott walker and milwaukee mayor tom barret along with other leaders.they say this is a rapid response after meeting with ministers
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nieghborhood after the unrest. they say workforce is the number one solution to increase jobs, salary, and safer neighborhoods. these mobile job centers will be set up throughout the city, brining opportunities where they currently are not. just like any job center folks will have access to job assessment, resume building, and searching for jobs. its not all about jobs though. 2 million dollars given to milwaukee to help with demolish , deconstruct and rehabilitate foreclosed homes in an effort to increase safety and rejuvenate nieghborhoods. something leaders say goes hand in walker/(r) wisconsin22:00 we want to have a renewed postive partnership, not only with the leadership but with the people here in milwaukee county.ralph hollmon/president & ceo milwaukee urban league 57:51 i think first of all it's going to send a message that everyone in the state is serious about making a positive change in the community. that is number one. the other thing it's going to do is with additional resources it's going to allow us to reach more people. that's one of our frustrations. tagdetails on where else the
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placed throughout the city will be released in the next week or two. in milwaukee.kyle aevermann.cbs58 news. now to a developing story...new details in the murders in mississippi of two nuns including one with milwaukee ties. officials in mississippi say the nuns' car was found abandoned on a secluded street about a mile om where they were found stabbed to death in their home. sisters 'paula merrill' and 'margaret held' were doing charity work in the state. sister held was a nurse pracon of "school sisters of saint francis" for 49 years. she taught high school in kenosha in the early 70's and still has family here in wisconsin. news of their deaths was shared during the four o-clock mass last night... many just couldn't believe it. 3 "it's hard to imagine that one who served the poor, untiringly, day and night sometimes, that her life would
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life, so as a school sister of saint francis, she was committed to serving that popul" population." funeral services are being arranged and police investigate the double murder. a 20-year-old milwakee man critically injured in a shootout on the city's west side yesterday died this morning. gunfire eruped between two groups around 5-30 and michigan. witnesses described the chaos leading up to the deadly shooting. 14:53:08-13they still like punching and running and the one dude was like shoot em, kill em, wooo wooo 14:53:18-26 somebody mentioned about the police coming they dispersed.. but they went up the street up there, the same ones in the car that had the pistols got shot up. 3 officers nearby heard the gunfire and were able to arrest the driver of one of the cars. they recovered a gun
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the 20-year-old who was shot. the second group of shooters got away. milwaukee police are investigating the sudden death of a toddler. the 2-year-old boy was found unresponsive in a home near 13th and green bay avenue about 7-30 last night. his mother told police she had just put him down for a nap. police are cracking down on late-night street racing on milwaukee's northwest side after residents complained of hearing loud engines at problem areas are north 107th street, west bradley road, calumet road, and tower avenue. avenue.some companies in the industrial area have second-shift workers who say they've been caught in the middle of a race leaving work.. milwaukee alderwoman chantia lewis says she's been hearing complaints from residents living blocks away. "it's midnight or one in the morning that you hear the loud engines. like i said, i'm at
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it like it's right outside my door. so it's really crazy and that's the irritation with the " folks" police have already issued three citations... and since, the area has quieted down. cracking down on street racing is part of the common council's overall 'safer milwaukee' approach. get out and enjoy the gorgeous summer weather while it lasts. justin is in for rebecca today and is here with your 'ready weather.' rebecca in wx center today: sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the day. less humid, but still feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph.weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with a west wind 5
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and a bit humid. chance of a storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. lows in the 60s.rebecca in wx center today: sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the day. less humid, but still feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph.weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers ov 3 coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... the political attacks are heating up in the race for the white house...the latest include claims of bigotry. plus, earthquake aftermath. are working hard to rescue survivors but now their window of hope seems to be
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new at noon... another partnership involving the milwaukee bucks will result in a multi-million investment in downtown milwaukee near the new arena and entertainment center. the mckinley health center will be a new sports science and community health center -- a
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bucks and the froedtert and the medical college of wi health network. the center will be next to the new practice facility for the bucks -- and provide healthcare services for people who live nearby.the announcement was made today at a press conference.bucks brass including coach jason kidd were there.milwaukee mayor tom barrett also addressed the crowd. the mayor says this is part of an effort to bring an nba championship back to the community. coach kidd told us...there's a long road ahead. :24mayor barrett: "this is a demo of goodwill i think it's a o entire community is to these three fab institution"coach jason kidd: "we're avery young team but we've had a very good summer...guys have gotten better and we got better in freegency " 3 the new health center will provide primary care, physical therapy and other services.it is expected to open sometime
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voters can start casting their ballots for the presidential election october 10th.early voting lasts four weeks. weeks.the first two weeks of voting will be at two locations, one on the city's south side and one onthe city's north side.those locations are to be determined. the following two weeks, people can vote at the zeidler municipal building in downtown milwaukee. there will be extended evening and weekend hours at all three sites. wisconsin is doing its part to get unregistered voters to cast a ballot in the presidential election... more than one-million people have a driver's license or state id-- but aren't registered to vote... soon though, they'll get a postcard in the mail with details on howo d. the state elections commission will send them in about a month. a state law passed earlier this year requires wisconsin to join a voter registration database... donald trump arrives in nevada today where he'll make his
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stance on immigration again after he stopped saying he would deport all undocumented immigrants and promised a fair plan. hillary clinton says trump can't be trusted and accused him of stoking hatred in america.the latest national poll shows trump trailing clinton by 10 points. the candidates are now exchanging racially charged accusations. clinton argued that trump was pandering to the "alt-right movement" a group associated with white supremacists and nationalists. while trump called clinton a bigot. hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) "a man with a long history of racial discrimination who traffics in dark, conspiracy theories drawn from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far dark reaches of the internet should never run our government or command our military.(trump)(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate
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that.a recent poll shows nearly 60 percent of all voters feel it's trump who appeals to bigots. 72-perecent of minorities agree. powerful aftershocks continue to rumble through parts of central italy devastated by wednesday's earthquake. at least 267 people were killed. killed.more than two days after an earthquake devastsed parts of central italy, the race is on to find survivors. ra pulled from debris since the quake struck wednesday. but crews admit the odds of finding survivors is diminishing by the hour. aftershocks are slowing the effort. more than one thousand of them have shaken the already unstable ruins, and are threatening to close the roads into amatrice. today: sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the day. less humid, but
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west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph. weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with a west wind 5 to 10 mph.upcoming week: mild and a bit humid. chance of a storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. lows in the 60s.today: sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph.weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with west wind 5 to 10 mph.upcoming week: mild and a bit humid. chance of a storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. lows in the 60s. today:
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clouds passing through on the day.ess humid, but still feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph.weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with a west wind 5 to 10 mph.upcoming week: mild and a bit humid. chance of a storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the day. less humid, but still feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph.weekend: scattered showers and storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with a west wind 5 to 10 mph.upcoming week: mild and a bit humid. chance of a storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. lows in the 60s.
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with the summer weather not going away anytsoon... milwaukee county is extending the number of day the family water parks will remain open. cool waters in greeield park.. the schulz aquatic center in lincoln park.. and tosa ool inoyt park will all ben through labor day. it's fitting national dog day falls during these 'dog days of summer'... a great time to check out "bark 'n brew" going
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"hart park". park".there will be hours of entertainment for both man and his best friend...including a dog jump and flying disc catches. the milwaukee county police department's k-9 unit will also be on hand. and for the ?people?- there's craft beers, wine, ciders, and food from varoius vendors. "bark 'n brew" runs from 11 to 7 on saturday and noon to 5 on sunday. it's free to get in. dogs must be on a leash and have their vaccines up to date. and festival season is not over yet in milwaukee... starting today- its mexican fiesta at the summerfest grounds. since973... "mexican fiesta" has brought the hispac culture of our neighbors to the south to the milwaukee lakefront. enjoy food, music, rides and family entertainment at the henry maier festival grounds from noon to midnight starting today through sunday. 3 need help controling your
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in today's money watch report... 3 a stunning loss for uber this year.bloomberg reports the ride-hailing company has posted second-quarter losses exceeding 750-million dollars. this, after losing 520-million in the first quarter.that puts uber on track to lose more than one-billion in the first half of 2016. according to uber's head of expenses for uber's drivers are responsible for the majority of the company's losses globally. at least one financial expert says there's no need to worry...the seven year old company is still maintaining huge growth. it's a good year to be an airline worker - most are getting raises! american airline pilots got a 23- percent pay hike last year. united airlines pilots won a 16-percent raise.30-thousand ground workers for american
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ground workers...except the mechanics... will get a 30- percent wage increase over five years. the hefty pay raises are coming after employees at all the major u.s. carriers endured years of pay cuts, layoffs and bankruptcies. finally some high tech fashion that could stop impulse shopping! the i-bag-2 is designed to stop you from spending money. you can set the handbag to lock when its g-p-s senses you are in where you spend the most money and during times when you tend to shop the most. it even flashes and vibrates when you take out your wallet. the bag is a prototype by personal finance website finder-dot- com. 3
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today: sun and some fair weather clouds passing through on the day. less humid, but still feeling like summer with temps in the mid to upper 70s. west wind turns onshore during the afternoon 5 to 10 mph. weekend: scattered storms are back saturday, especially early in the morning and later in the day and evening. highs will be inching back up toward 800 and it will feel more humid. by sunday the showers are over and sunshine will be increasing as highs top out around 800 with a west wind 5 to 10 mph.upcoming week: mil storm or two, mainly tuesday and saturday. highs in the low 80s. lows in the 60s. 3 3 stay tuned to cbs 58 all afternoon... coming up at 2 its the rachael ray show...
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have you ever wondered what your dog was thinking... well you're not alone. now one company is making that happen. take a look... look...what's this? that is the frisbee.what's this? that is the ball? i heard the alarm.. alarm...at georgia tech, researchers are developing the technology that allows dogs to create messages. the dogs can say anything researchers give him the capability toy this border collie's name is skye... he can tell the difference between toys someone is holding and noises he's heard. he can even go find help and tell a stranger exactly what the problem is. according to researchers it takes the dogs about a half hour to learn how to use the vests... thanks for joining us.be sure
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? >> bill: it's our time. katie's moved out. this is our home now. >> brooke: but katie was supposed to get the house. this is her home. this is where she was going to raise will. >> bill: katie doesn't want it anymore, brooke. she's letting me keep it. she's moving into a new place. you don't have to worry. i am offering katie an incredibly generous package. and this is my home again. this is where i want us to start our life together.

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