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new at noon...5 men in their 30's and 40's are under arrest in connection with the sexual assault of a young girl..a pre-teen from milwaukee. police say the attack happened and national...not from a popular park on the city's south side. cbs 58's julie parise joins us live with more on top story at noon.... mike, police say right now they are looking for that sixth suspect -- word of the arrest of the 5 other men came in this morning just after 8am. police tell us those suspects range in age from 31 to 45 -- and that the victim was only 12.the report of the sexual
around 4. this south side neighborhood is just blocks away from mitchell park -- and there are several homes with young families nearby -- there's also a playground just down the road on the other side of the street.this afternoon we spoke with people in neighborhood.one woman told us she's not surprised to hear about this assault -- and is hoping for a stronger police presence here on the south side. lynn mustache :14"they need to patrol more often and walk the area. just do something. put more cop stuff, you know? cause it's starting to get worse." 3 police tell us the case will be reviewed by the da's office in the coming days.the names of those arrested won't be released until formal charges are made.live on the south side of milwaukee i'm jp cbs 58 a family tragedy in menomonee falls. police are investigating the death of a
yesterday in an above ground pool at a home on fond du lac avenue. when officers arrived...they found the boy's father trying to revive him. the child died a short time later at a local hospital. police and the waukesha county medical examiner are investigating, but authorities believe the death was accidental. gunfire erupts during a 'funeral procession' in milwaukee. the triple shooting near 22nd and keefe early yesterday afternoon claimed the life of a 23-year-old man and injured two others. a chaplain the victims were in a car that was on its way with others to a burial. he says this latest shooting is an example of why things need to change. moore: 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. 3 the milwaukee police
investigating and is looking for suspects. the family of a marine veteran who died from a toxic mix of drugs at the v-a facility in tomah... has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the gover. government.the family accuses v-a caregivers of ?improperly prescribing and giving drugs to 'jason sim-cuh-ski' who died in 20-14. they also say the v-a failed to provide him adequate emergency care when he was found unresponsive and failed to diagnose his mental health issues and substance inspector general ruled last year that "deficiencies in care" led to sim-cuh-ski's death. one physician was fired. a woman from hawaii wanted in a kenosha man's death is back in the state. donna matthews appeared in court this morning for a preliminary hearing... donna and derrick matthews are accused of killing michael gayan sometime in late june or early july. kenosha police found gayan's remains july eighth. they believe gayan had
morning donna matthews pleaded not guilty to first degree murder charges and was bound over until her next court date september 2nd. a man whose crime was apparently inspired by milwaukee's ?sherman park disturbances?... is headed for trial. 19-year old "dale folley" appeared in court yesterday.... and probable cause was found for trial on "arson" and bail-jumping charges. the criminal complaint says.... folley told police he wanted to mimic the sherman park violence... so he ?set a van on fire? pick-n-save parking lot on the city's south side. disappointment for a milwaukee alderman who wanted ?taxpayers? to decide if they wanted to pay for more police. police.alderman terry witkowski proposed a referendum on the matter for november.it called for 150 more police officers in milwaukee.. at a cost of 17 million dollars per year. the deadline to hold a meeting on the referendum has now passed. "when i put it out, i was
whether citywide they felt like there was a problem that needed to be addressed. apparently the answer is no." no." witkowski says a counter proposal to add 280 officers is unreasonable and unfeasible. he also thinks voters should have a say on the property taxes that would be restored to their 15 le part of that plan. the milwaukee police association released a statement ...which says in rt... "while we are in desperate need of more officers.. the referendum referenced as a misleading. there should not need to be a referendum and new tax to fulfill the promise a city has made - public safety is a commitment owed to the citizenry." traffic is still tied up in the zoo interchange after a semi rolled onto its side... it happened just before 9 this morning on the ramp from eastbound 94 to go south on the bypass. that is still closed as crews clean up the diesel that spilled and remove the truck. we're told no one
the clouds are hear and some wet weather may not be too far behind. thss is a live look outside 3 rebecca in wx center today: sun and clouds. line of t'showers moving southeast through the viewing area this afternoon. warm and humid, but turning cooler behind this system. still a lingerg chance for a shower or storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice cool down is in play by 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, especially in the afternoon and evening. highs near 80.
toss back to mike more than 35 years ago, marquette university honored mother teresa with the pere marquette discovery award -- the university's highest honor. now...just days before she is canonized into sainthood...the university is once again recognizing this world famous nun. kyle aevermann has the detals from
hellos, goodbyes, excitement and a few tears. it's move-in week at u-w-milwaukee. take a look at all the action from this morning... more tn four- thousand students are checking includes about 27-hundred freshmen. u -w-m has more than 27-thousand students in all. it's making sure the students start off on the right track with 'welcome week' activities that range from ice cream socials to trips to bradford beach... "we have a lot of activities going on at all of our residents halls. to get people in and out and start getting settled and start getting used to being on campus. " "classes at uw milwaukee begin
teams, concerts, conventions and more...city leaders in racine are floating plans for a new arena-hotel complex. the multi-event center could be developed near gaslight and lake avenue along the lakefront. mayor john dickert says a 38-hundred seat arena could draw an nba d-league team and a hockey team to racine. he believes the city's location makes it the perfect place to draw in conventions too. beintween milwaukee and chicago it affords us to hold t thats lower than those 2 cities so we're on the lake we're centrally located this allows us the same way to build our city the same way milwaukee has doneith their city city dickert will present plans for the new arena to the racine county execuive committee beginning at 5-30 tonight at the ives grove office complex on washington ave. an inauguration ceremony this
consulate. governor scott walker will be there... along with the mexican "foreign minister." walker lobbied congressor a consulate ?three years ago?... and wisconsin beat out three states to get it. it finally opened in june. the consulate will help thousands of mexican nationals in the area with visas, i-d cards and other legal help. coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... refugees escaping from the violence and poverty at home -- and looking for a new beginning are finding themselves right in the middle of the jungle. and many are the world is mourning a milwaukee native... gene wilder -- other wise known willy wonka... who prided himselves on making the world
listecki will preside over a funeral mass later this week for sister margaret held. held and another nun, paul merrill..were stabbed to death last week at the mississippi home they shared. police say 46-year-old rodney sanders confessed to the crime but hasn said why he illed th two women. the 68-year-old he wasand born raised in slinger and waa member of the school sisters of st. s in milwaukee. the funeral will be held this friday morning at the st.
boulevard inmilwaukee. funeral arrangments are pending for beloved actor and milwaukee native gene wilder. the comedy legend from "willy wonka" and "blazing saddles" fame was born in milwaukee and graduated from washington high school in 1951. yearbooks show he was a member of the debate team and spanish club. we also learned he worked as a cafateria monitor... and perhaps least surprisng - was a member of the theater club. letters in archives of the milwaukee jewish museum show wilder stayed close to family...though he didn't visit often. sot: jay hyland, archivist, milwaukee jewish museum 00;04;26 he came back in 1973 for his father's funeral. and it was not until 1991, he came back to milwaukee. due to the fact that, he wasted as saying, it was just too painful for him to come back to milwaukee. milwaukee.wilder kept his 3- year battle with alzhimers quiet. in a statement-- his family wrote-- it wasn't for vanity reasons.. but because
him as anything other than willy wonka. the statement says "he simply couldn't bear the idea of one less smile in the world." donald trump's outreach to african-american voters took a hit after one of his supporters sent out a tweet showing hillary clinton black face. pastor mark burns is familiasight at trump rallies. but now b 'sk- also accused clinton of that pandering to voters. the incident comes as trump has voters in t each minority hicampaign is appealing to extremist nite ionalist groups. 3 "i still stand by what the image represents but i think that, you know, i should hae used bettejudgement."("these are racist ideas, race baiting " ideas."clinton has been off the campaigntrail focusing on fundraising and preparation for the upcoming debates.. but she's still facing pressure over her ties to clinton foundation donors.the new york times is calling for the foundation to stop accepting
donations immediately. thousands of migrants were found off the coast of libya monday as refugees continue to flee war-torn countries in northern and eastern africa. they were packed onto flimsy wooden boats headed across the mediterranean sea. kenneth craig has the latest from new york. it's a scene that has played out hundreds of times on the mediterranean sea just off the libyan coast. ships from the italian coast guard and other groups intercept boats fullf african migrants - some just days old. about 65-hundred migras were plucked from the sea monday. many came from eritrea and somalia in east africa. they're fleeing the war and poverty of their homelands for the chance of a better life in europe.those who survive the trip will be put in camps like this one, in calais, france, joining tens of thousands fleeing wars in syria and afganistan. many wait three
adbul wali left his family behind in afghanistan and now lives in fear in the camp.(sot - abdul wali/afghan migrant "in here, no one is with me. every night i'm scared of the police, from people, from anyone."(sot - alexand simmons/care4calais volunteer) "it's not the healthiest of places tbe living here." conditions are squalid as more limited resources.(sot - alexandra simmons/re4calais volunteer)"hygiene is very hard to maintain. very cramped rats everywhere, as you can see, food and rubbish and waste isuite a big probm//is not the healthiest of places to be living here." name of this camp is 'the jungle.' and right now, abdul wali - like many others - sees no way out. kenneth crai cbs news. more than 1 million migrants entered europe last yr. today: sun and clouds. of t'showers moving southeast
turning oler behind this chance for a shower storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice cool down is in play by 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 lay, especially in the afternoon and evening. highs near 80. lows mainly in the 60s. today: sun and clouds. line of t'showers moving southeast afternoon. warm and humid, but tucoolrng behi this system. still a lingering chance for a shower or storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice cool down is in play by 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.
especially in the afternoon and evening. highs near 80. lows mainly in the 60s today: sun and clouds. line of t'showers moving southeast through the viewing area this afternoon. warm and humid, but turning cooler behind this system. still a lingering chance for a shower or storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice cool down is in play by 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, especially in the afternoon and in lows mainly in the 60s. today: sun and clouds. line of t'showers moving southeast through the viewing area this afternoon. warm and humid, but turning cooler behind this system. still a lingering chance for a shower or storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice coown i in play by wednesday, lasting through the end of the week with highs in the lower, s uner and eventually upp sunny skies. holiday weeken quiet and mild. storms possible labor day, especially in the afternoon and eving. highs near 80.
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today: sun and clouds. line of t'showers moving southeast through the viewing area this afternoon.m and humid, but turning cooler behind this system. still a lingering chance for a shower or storm through early evening and then drying out. wind: ssw 5-15 mph. week ahead: nice cool down is in play by wednesday, lasting through the end of the week with highsn 70s under sunny skies. holiday weekend:quieand mild. storms possible labor day, especially in the afternoon and evening. highs near 80. lows mainly in the 60s.
stay tuned to cbs 58 all its the rachael ray show... then at 3 its dr. phil.then stay tuned for the cbs 58 at 4 and 4-30. an an exhibit honoring the hall of famer opens at lambeau field torrow. e exhib features displays of his and 40 'game-winning' drives. drives. fans can see the locker favre had up until 2003 when lambeau field was renovated. the exhibit is open to aone who but a ticket to tour the "packers hall of fame."
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