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angie, thanks. thank you. [applause]3 we begin at four with breaking news --- milwaukee native and "willy wonka and the chocolate factory" star, gene wilder has died. wilder was a hollywood legend for starring in films such as "young and "blazing saddles". wilder's nephew confirmed today that the actor and writer died earlier this month in from complications from alzheimer's disease.wilder was 83 years old. 3 and more breaking news out of milwaukee this afternoon -- one person is dead and two others hurt after a triple shooting on the city's north side. it happened around 12:30 today.. today....cbs 58's christine flores joins us live with more on what happened...christine. this has been the scene for
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the evidence. a chaplin with the salvation army was out here and tells us the car was part of a funeral procession, on its way to the cemetery. according to police, a 23-year- old man, who has not been identified, was shot and was pronounced dead at the scene. officers say two other men were shot and are believed to have non-life threatening injuries. both were taken to a local hospital.a chaplin with the salvation army was the incident. and as a local pastor and community member he says this just another example of why things need to change. 3 3 eventually justice prevails. scripture tells us vengeance is mine says the lord. apparently this is some type of retaliation, and in ome kind of way we have to stop the cycle of senseless violence here and turn back to god. 3 the milwaukee police department is looking into
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you have any formation you're asked to call the police department. live in milwaukee, christine flores cbs 58 news. an argument turned deadly on milwaukee's east side last night.a man was stabbed to death outside a bar in the brady street area. area.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live with new details on that story...jacob. police say the victim in this stabbing is a 32-year-old man. neighbors say he was a regular at thurman's 15 this corner of north pulaski street where authorities found his body. in a press release... investigators ?did not? say what role these arrested suspect played in the stabbing...but ?did? say that the people involved in all of this - suspect and victim - ?did? know each other.police responded just before one a-m to the street outside thurman's 15...a bar on the corner.the suspects were not at the scene...and a manhunt ensued...resulting in the two arrests.people with direct knowledge of the situation say
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domestic situation on the street.people who live in this thgh say this violence is far outside e of thnorm for the area. "yeah, it's very quiet. i mean people walk. it's a nice community. but it's not where the action is on brady street." 3 coming up on the news at five...neighbors speak about the man left dead in this stabbing.in short he's described as 'extremely helpful' around the area. milwaukee...jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. no charges will be filed in the death of a high school student killed on the side of the highway in washington count. county.it was back in february that 18-year-old ryan yauck ran out of gas on highway 45 in west bend. while refilling his tank...a driver crossed the fog line and hit and killed him. police have determined the driver, a 34- year-old man from palmyra, was not impaired or using his cell phone when the crash happened.
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reason the vehicle cross the fog line. the driver was cited, but won't face any furter action from police. 3 3 new at four -- milwaukee police need your help identifying two men who held up a wendy's earlier this month. it happened on 46th and north on august 16th. police say one of the suspects pulled a gun on an employee and demanded money. you can see the suspects walk around the counter into the backroom. they took off before taking any money from the register. if you recognize either of milwaukee police at 414-935- 7360. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. today: sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for
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returns. nice cool down arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). lows mainly in the 60s.
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milwaukee public schools begin classes this week. the first week back isn't just exciting for students...but it's a big deal for teachers too. there was a rally today for m-p-s educators at the bradley center. cbs 58's kyle aevermann was there. 3 thousands of teachers from morning for a major pep rally to say they were all mps proud. nats natsthis is the second year mps teachers have kicked off the school year with a pep rally. there was a rollcall also every school was named. they were also drum line teams and cheerleaders from four different high schools. superintendent dr. darienne driver along with mps board president mark sain were among
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laying down the groundwork for the school year. milwaukee mayor tom barrett was also one hand... he touched on the poverty and public safety issues both the city and teachers face everyday and thanked them for that. but it was high school student who moved to the us for years ago from uganda and didn't speak a word of english that stole the show. she told the crowd how much she appreciates all teachers do. mps educators have helped a lot of youth in so many ways. mps students are taught to their academics. as an mps student myself i don't learn because i'm forced to learn i learned because mps educators have shown me that if i'm not learning for me i'm not fully l. learning.and again milwaukee public schools will officially open on thursday, september 1. 3
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in milwaukee that began classes this morning. the milwaukee excellence charter school has 120 sixth graders. eventually they'll have kids sixth through twelfth grade. the school's founder was born and raised in milwaukee and attended milwaukee public schools. he says the main goal of the new chter school is to get african american kids into the college of their choice. "we want them to standford, we want them to go to northwestern, we want them to go to the best school in the country and then be the leaders of this world, so for us the skies the limit for students." parents -- if you're still looking for a school for your student...milwaukee excellence is still accepting 6th graders. 3 coming up...a memorial mass was held today for the nun with milwaukee ties who was fatally stabbed along with a fellow sister in mississippi...more on how they're being remembered ahead. 3 and travelers run terrified from l-a-x after reports of an active shooter inside the airport...what investigators really think happened..next. 3
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held today for the nun with milwaukee ties found murdered with a fellow sister in their rural mississippi home last wee. week.a man has confessed to the crime, but fellow faithful who knew the nuns are calling for the suspect's life to be spared. cbs' kenneth craig reports. natsmourners filled a mississippi church to honor two nuns who were brutally murdered. the women - both 68- year-old - served one of the state's poorest counties."it didn't matter if you were white or black they were colorblind - the sisters"the mass celebrating the lives of sisters paula merrill and margaret held came four days after police discovered the two health care workers fatally stabbed. both worked at a local clinic - and provided critical medical care to the community. these two women they weren't attracted to the allures of fame or money - but serving
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so far investigators have released little about 46 year old rodney sanders, the man they say confessed to the horrific crime. he is facing two counts of capital murder. sanders has served prison time in both iowa and mississippi for various crimes including armed robbery. one of the women's cars was stolen during the murders, but authorities say there were no signs of a break-in. despite their brutal deaths - the nuns' fellow sanders not face the death penatly if convicted... during mass tuesday, father greg plata asked mourners to find it in their hearts to forgive. kenneth craig, cbs news new york. two united airlines pilots will appear in a scottish courtroom this week.. they're accused of being drunk in the cockpit 35 year old paul brady grebenc and 45 year old carlos licona were arrested shortly before their flight was
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what tipped off authorities. the flight with 141 passengers on board was delayed for 10 hours while united looked for replacement pilots. "we have heard on occasion, and it's very rare, that maybe one of the pilots might have been over the limit, but to have both of the cockpit crew, this is extraordianary. extraordianary. police won't comment on what the pilots were doing before their morning flight. the f-a-a guidelines say must stop drinking eight hours before they take to the skies. 3 it's business as usual at the los angeles international airport today afte a false alarm about an active shooter. rumors of gunfire sent panicked passengers running for their lives sunday night. investigators believe loud noises set off the panic. the reports came right after police briefly detained a man dressed in a zorro costume with a plastic sword. that man was released. nearly 300
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and cancelled two. airports around the world have been under heightened alert since recent deadly attacks at airports in turkey and belgium. now to a story that's been getting a lot buzz on social media...nfl quarterback colin kaepernick says he'll continue to sit during the national anthem...even if it will cost him his job. both fellow players and fans are weighing on in the quarterback's choice to sit. cbs' hena daniels reports. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick remains defiant - saying he will continue to sit through the national anthem - until he sees progress in race relations in america. america.when there is significant change, and i feel like that flag represents what it's supposed to represent and the country represents the way who its suppose to represent i'll stand during a pre-season game last friday, kaepernick the star spangled banner h as played... protesting, he says,
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are a lot of things that need to change, one in specific is police brutality there are people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. cops are getting paid leave for killing people ostracized and criticized - kaepernick's stance has alienated some football fans... giants wide receiver victor cruz says he disagrees with kaepernick's decision to s: sit:you've got to respect the flag and stand up with your teammates.the bi- racial quarter back's social media pages are filled with posts supporting b matter movement. some of his teammates are voicing support: support:he's done what he believes and what he thinks is right, at the end of the day, we are still going to support colin and ride for colin because he's part of our team. in a statement, 49ers head coach chip kelly said the team would not stop kaepernick from sitting during the national anthem in the future - claiming its his right as a citizen. hena daniels cbs news. the n-f-l says players are
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anthem. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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today: sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. nice cool down arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs are warm in the mid range 80s.
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light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. nice cool down arrives by mid- wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs are warm in the mid range 80s.
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3 "the skies are becoming more friendly to commercial drones. i'm craig boswell at the transportation department with a look at new rules taking effect today." today." 3 and tongues are wagging about the m-t-v video music
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name....they'll sell roughly 30 percent of the world's beer. 3 amazon is experimenting with amazon is experimenting with a 30 hour work week. as part of the pilot program...a few dozen tech employees will work monday through thursday. they'll get 75 percent of their regular pay and the same benefits as full-time workers. amazon says it created the program because one size does not fit all...when it comes to work schedules. long-awaited rules win drone users. the rule changes will opeup the skies business. cbs' craig boswell explns. "i can actually make 100% living justwith this right here"beto lopez is a fimaker who already uses drones for aerial imagery."this new rule is going to help with a lot of peoples business"the new commercial rules are similar to those of hobbyists. drones are limited to less than 55
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registered, may not fly higher than 400 feet and the pilot must always be able to see it. they're also prohibited from flying at night or faster than 100 miles per hour. hour.drone operators no longer need to graduate flight school and get a pilot's license... now, they must pass a written test to earn a two-year drone pilot certification. certification."over the next 10 years, commercial unmanned aircraft systems could generate more than 82 billion dollars for the u-s economy and by many as 100-thousand new jobs." drones are already used for everything from inspecting farmland to surveying damage from last week's earthquake in italy."these aircraft truly have the potential to transform the way we fly"many businesses often ignored the faa's previous rules, particularly the requirement of a pilot's license."this is the first pilot's license that the wright brothers got. where we're going to go is the moon, who knows."t rules also limits the drones' ability to
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amazon won't be delivering packages to your doorstep ytime soon.craig boswell, cbs news, washington. 3 just in time for labor day...drivers will see the highest gas prices mo than a nth. triple "a" doesn't expect that will prevent anyone from taking a road triover the long weekend. after all, prices are still lower than this time last year. 3 the average price for a gallon in our area is 2-25. we took a look around for lowestpr found...gas as low as 2-07 at the costco in pewaukee at pewaukee road and lake park dri. drive. 2-07 at the sam's club on 124th and bradley in milwauk. milwaukee.and 2-14 at the hometown on holton and keefe in milwaukee. new york's madison square garden was the place to be last night for the m-t-v video music awards. stars and fans all came out to see who the "moon men" would go to. cnn's david daniel has a look at who really won the night. (nat-cheers) "please don't
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music..."there was no stopping rihanna: she opened the m-t-v video music awards, performed four times during the show, and wrapped up the v-m-a's by accepting the michael jackson video vanguard award."i had so much fun!""this is fame, bro!" kanye west did his best to stop the show, with a long, rambling introduction to the world premiere of his new video, "fade.""i feel it fade, fade, fade, fade, fade..." (nat-music)but the night's beyonce: her videos won eight "moon men" trophies, bringing her lifetime total to a record 25... and she stopped the show with a nearly 15-minute medley from her ground-breaking "lemonade" album. as she said, she came to slay.(nat-bat hits camera)in short, rihanna rocked, kanye talked, and beyonce ruled the night. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. 3 coming up --- the libertarian presidential candidate, gary johnson will campaign in
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on why he chose the badger state...next. 3 and time is running out to add officers to milwaukee's police force...we'll explain why. 3 plus --- the man accused of killing two people, including a mother on her way home from a family vacation pleads guilty by reason of mental defect...the details are coming up. 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...including more on the passing of hollywood legend gene
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3 we continue to follow breaking news...beloved actor and milwaukee native gene wilder has passed away at the age of 8. 83. mike strehlow is in the newsroom where he has been gathering reaction... mike. bill, michele...reaction is pouring in from hollywood to milwaukee. the beloved actor known to
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the star of such comedy classics as "young frankenstein" and 'blazing saddles"... grew up right here in milwaukee. his name was "jerome silberman' when he graduated from milwaukee washinon school in 1951. he's member of the school's prestigious 'hall of fame' for his exceptional work and lifetime achievements. wilder died yesterday from complications of alzheimer's disease. the wild-eyed actor was a master at playing panicked characters caught up in schemes that only legendary film-maker and actor mel brooks could devise. wilder-one of the truly great talents of our time. he blessed every film we did with his magic & he blessed mwith his friendship." friendship."and actor george tak-kay from star trek fame said...he was always able to make us smile, and that is no small feat. rest with the stars, gene wilder. what are your favorite gene wilder memories?we invite you to share them on our cbs 58 facebook page.and we'll have more reaction ahead on our
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the newsroom, mike strehlow, cbs 58 news. new today at four thirty...time has all but run out for one option to add more officers to milwaukee's police . force.it's the last day for a referendum to be added to november's ballot that would add 150 more officers...and it could be years before more can be hired.cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us in studio now to explain. 3 terry wit-kow-ski is behind the move.last week, the common council unveiled a safety plan to add 280 officers.he says he doesn't think that number is realistic... and that voters should have a say in the tax increase that comes with it. wit-kow-ski says the common council and the mayor had between august 16th and today to act on the proposed referendum. the only way that referendum would be able make the ballot in november.. is if a special meeting by the common council was held today.
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me the cost of adding 150 officers is around 17 million dollars a year. he also says adding more officers is extremely important to help address crime in the city, and is disappointed that his proposal went unanswered. "i think if you look citywide, crime has creeped up. if you looked at the streets traffic- wide, i don't think there's a motorist that will tell you that there's a lot of traffic enforcement out was part of my thought process in offering this in the first place." 3 3 common council president ashanti hamilton says he tried to set up a special meeting on the referendum .. but not enough members could make the meeting. back to you. the man accused in a crime spree that spanned several counties and left two people dead pled not guilty by reason of mental defect today. today.zachary hayes was in court in sauk county. he's facing a number of charges there for the death of tracy
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highway while on the way home from a vacation at the wisconsin dells. hays plead not guilty to all charges he's facing related to the shooting. he was bound over for trial. he's also facing murder charges in milwaukee county for the shooting death of his ighbor. a competency evaluation has been ordered before hays returns to court. a 32-year-old man was stabbed to death after an arguement outside a bar in milwaukee last night. night.police say it happened outside "thurman's 15" in the brady street area. two people who knew each into the fatal staing. the spec arrested ?two? men early this morning...but are continuing to investigate. no charges will be filed in the death of a high school student killed on the side of the highway in washington count. county.18-year-old ryan yauck ran was struck and killed after running out of gas on highway 45 in west bend last february.for reasons that are still unclear another driver crossed the fog line and hit the young man.investigators cited the driver, but determined he wasn't impaired or on a cell phone.
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many schools in our area are starting up classes this week. so now's a good time to remind drivers to keep an eye out for kids walking and bicyclin to school. triple-a is kicking off it's annual "schools open, drive carefully campaign". they say the two biggest things motorists need to remeber is: to slow down, and stay alert. "despite a lot of the gains we've seen in the last five to ten years in traffic crashes, generally, we have seen a pretty sharp uptick in as bicyclists so it's really important that we stress to both students and motorists what they need to be doing to prevent those kind of crashes." crashes." triple a says it's not just up to motorists. they want parents to talk with their kids about looking both ways and using crosswalks. most crashes involving young pedestrians happen in the afternoon...between three and when afternoon...betweehappen in the afternoon...ben three and when kids are heading ?home? from school.
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joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. today: sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. nice cool down arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs e warm in the mid range 80s. lows mainly in the 60s. today: sun and high clouds.
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5-10 mph.wk ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. nice cool down arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternn and evening (monday). highs are rm in the mid range 80s. lows mainly in the 60s. libertarian presidential candidate and former new mexico governor gary johnson will campaign in the badger state later this week. so what does the visit mean for a
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the democratic or republican presidential nominees in the primary election? election?cbs 58's david ad spoke to the experts to find out...david. gary johnson will be here at serb hall thursday night.the johnson campaign feels it can appeal to the republicans and democrats who are not thrilled with their party's nominee.. the libertarian johnson is running on a fiscally conservative and socially liberal platform.in this month's marquette law poll johnson was pulling support from 10 percent of likely and registered wisconisn voters but still trailed donald trump and hillary clinton by more than 20 points.today mordecai lee a former democratic state legislator turned uwm political expert says johnson will pull votes from southeast wisconsin republicans who are unhappy with donald trump. 3 3 "so i suspect that gary johnson is going to do well is wisconsin politically. he's going to do well in the
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suburban counties and i think that's exactly why he's here." socdavid ade, cbs 58 news david ade, cbs 58 news 3 now to the latest on the two "mainstream" candidates. donald trump is trying to take ownership of immigration plan...which has recent days. cbs news correspondent weijia jiang reports from the white house. donald trump is preparing a speech wednesday that he says will clarify his immigration plan.he's recently softened language about deporting the estimated 11-million undocumented immigrants in the u-s. s."i think that he has been very clear on this. we're not going to have amnesty. what we're going to do is to get those who are breaking the law out of the country as quickly as possible."hillary clinton
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today...but last week, she said trump has a history of dis. discrimination."i think we all remember when trump said a distinguished federal judge born in indiana could not be trusted to do his job because quote, 'he's a mexican.' mexican.'trump has said several times that if he loses it will be because the election is rigged. now the f-b-i is investigating foreign hackers who breached election databases in arizona and illinois.the f-b-i issued a flash bulletin warning one state other one, earlier this month. now the fbi is requesting each state check its voter databases.michael isikoff broke the story for yahoo and talked with cbs-n monday. monday."in the case of illinois, which is the more serious one, there was exfiltration, or theft of data from up to 200,000 voters."the illinois board of elections confirms hackers took some voters' informationincluding addresses and partial social
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they have increased security measures.weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. and more news out of hillary clinton's camp...clinton's top aide huma abedin is separating from her husband, former new york congressman anthony weiner. weiner left congress in 2011 after it was made public he had been sending sexually explicit messages and photos to women. 3 women. 3 a one stop shop for getting kids healthy and ready for class...we'll tell you all about it after the break. and with injuries from heavy book bags on the rise...we'll have tips from a health expert on what to look our for. 3 plus --- a very special day for a young girl in need of a home. her story...coming up
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a ten-year-old girl has found her forever family familyabby was officially adopted by anne novotny today...novotny is a pretty amazing mother already... she already has 7-adopted
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and now abby makes eight kids. 3 today just made it... what was the word? "novotny" yes you're a novotny, official. she said i'm officially going to be a novotny, finally.that's all it is, she was already part of the family, but now she is officially family 3 abby goes to saint coletta day school... and invited all of her schoolmates to children's court to see the adoption. 3 in today's health watch --- it's an engaging way to make sure the kids are healthy when they head back to school. school.a free immunization clinic today at the at the westlawn gardens east community room. free school supplies were also up for grabs for as long as they lasted.the event sponsored by the city of milwaukee health department and the housing authority of the city of milwaukee. the event is over now but organizers were encouraged by just how many showed up. making sure our kids start school off on the right foot and helping build a
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3 a new study suggests more parents are requesting to ?delay? their children's vaccines...or refusing to vaccinate them altogether.the american academy of pediatrics says the number of doctors encountering parents refusing to vaccinate jumped 12-percent between 2006 and 2013. pediatricians report some parents consider vaccines unnecessary. doctors add ?fewer? parents are expressing concern about a connection to autism. 3 a cheaper, generic version of the epipen will soon available. mylan -- the maker of the life saving allergy treatment -- announced plans to roll out a less costly option today. today.mylan says the generic will be available in the coming weeks. it'll cost 300 dollars for a two-pack of epipens. compare that to the name-brand epipen at 600 dollars. mylan's annoucment comes after national outrage over the branded version's high price. 3 and an important food recall to tell you about -- country fresh is recalling 30 thousand
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products. they say there's a possibility they're contaminated with listeria. the veggies were shipped to stores including walmart. no illnesses have been reported from this recall. as kids head into the school year -- doctors want families to think about the ?kind of bag? their child is taking to class with them. cbs news correspondent, kenneth craig on how to pick the right back pack...that'll keep your kids healthy. nine year old jackson montgomery is getting ready to start fifth grade..... with a new backpack.his father was right one. there's no doubt, they're carrying a decent amount of weight this one is designed to carry more weight and evenly distribute it.the bag has more straps and compartments. about 54-hundred kids are treated each year for back pack injuries many of them sprains and strains .. to the shoulder or lower back . pediatrician preeti parikh recommends that kids avoid
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two wide, padded straps to distribute the load, and make sure the bag is not too heavy. take the child's weight, and do 10 percent or even less if you can but it's usually hard as a good approximation the american academy of pediatrics also suggests adjusting the back pack so that the bottom sits at the waist - and packing it properly. if you do have heavy items try to center the backpack, pack it and in the lower backpack to sort of distribute the weight.. jackson says he loves kinda helps me in school with those big books you carry back and forth .. and he's using one that he and his dad feel good about. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. kids who have to carry a lot of books might want to consider a backpack that rolls. but remember --- they'll still have to carry them up and down stairs.
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3 today: sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs are warm in the mid range 80s.
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sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph. week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. nice cool down week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possibllabor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs are warm in the mid range 80s. lows mainly
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3 today: sun and high clouds. light lake breeze with highs in the lower 80s. wind: ese 5-10 mph.week ahead: a little warmer with middle 80s for most on tuesday as a chance for showers and storms returns. arrives by mid-week on wednesday lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, middle and eventually upper 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend: quiet and mild. storms possible labor day afternoon and evening (monday). highs are warm in the mid range 80s.
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cbs will be airing a special about packers legend, brett favre this --- "a football life: brett favre" will air on saturday night. it's on from eight to nine so be sure to tune in . the packers final preseason game is this thursday against the kansas city chiefs. 3 city chiefs. 3 get a new "do".....and do something good for people.
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"it....could....work!!!!" " he was young frankenstein...he was willy wonka...and milwaukee called him a native son. our city and movie gene wilder., 3 we'll have much more on the passing of the hollywood icon, but we begin tonight with breaking news. news.deadly gun violence on milwaukee's north side. one man is dead, two others are hurt and it happened just a few hours ago.cbs 58's christine flores is live from 22nd and keefe with the latest on this afternoon's triple shooting....christine? this has been the scene for about 3 hours while officers
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the salvation army was out here and tells us the car was part of a funeral procession, on its way to the cemetery. according to police, a 23-year- old man, who has not been identified, was shot and was pronounced dead at the scene. officers say two other men were shot and are believed to have non-life threatening injuries. both were taken to a local hospital.the chaplin with the salvation army was consoling witnesses of the incident here at the scene, and as a local pastor and community member he says this is just he things need to change. harold l. moore/salvation army chaplin trt: .16moore: they are already dealing with grief and this is just grief on top of grief. and i would hope and pray that people would understand the devastating affect that grief is having on people. i mean, it impacts them psychologically, emotionally, and even spiritually. the milwaukee police department is looking into what lead up to this shooting and is seeking suspects. if you have any information you're asked to call the
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cbs 58 news. 3 3 thank you christine.tonight we're also learning more about the victim of a deadly stabbing near the brady street bar district. and we know that two suspects are under arrest. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live with that story....jacob? right w... wdon't know the names of these suspects are...arrested this just this morning after a manhunt around north pulaski street.we also don't know their exact motive. but we are learning more about the victim from people who live in this area. (nat. dump truck ?4;53)monday is garbage day on pulaski street...a road not accustomed to seeing violence.(bofiles)0;44 0;44"yeah, it's very quiet. i mean people walk. it's a nice community. but it's not where the action is on brady street." (nat. overnight?)but just before 1 a-m...milwaukee police got the call about the stabbing in front of thurman's 15 - a local bar.people with direct knowledge of what happened...asking to stay anonymous...said a couple was having a domestic dispute in

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