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good afternoon. flight for life helecoer landed early this morning in a green space on the northeast side of downtown milwaukee to rush the victim of a violent crash to the hospital. cbs 58's ?julie parise? is live from the juneau village area with the details...julie? milwaukee police tell us they are investigating just how a woman's car ended up wrapped around a tree behind me here at the corner of jefferson and knapp. it happened this morning around 5:15.you can see fm this video the large response it prompted.the road was shut down as first responders from ems, as well as the police and fire departments. those first
-year-old from her blue sedan.the car was badly damaged.the woman was transproted via flight fo life to a local hospital. we're told she has serious injuries. we don't yet have details on the extent of the woman's injuries.live on the east side im jp cbs 58 examins investigating a al poible co- police were called to a home near 40-th and locust tly before 6 this morninno confirmation yet on the age of the child. five men have been releaseomcuo ?making up a story? about being attack near park. the 12-year-old girl took back her atemt ?after reporting an ult assaar 23rd and national near mitchell park now saying there was group atta
when it's false alarms like that it does take away from the real seriousness of the crimes that happen in the city. like the burleigh stuff. there's police catching poken. pokemon. after police determined the asult did not ppenthey released the suspects from custody. milwaukee police made 10 arrests last night after a large crowd gathered near the makeshift memorial the man shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer earliethis month. month.people livingn the called police and asked them to ?help restore oer after nearly 40 people had assembled ne 40th and auer. police say some of those people were breaking the law so they asked the crowd to disperse. some did, but others ?refused? and were arrested. police defended their response, but at least one community activist says officers could have done a better job. i talked to the sergeant and he said we agree to disagree. (41) there is way to many police officers e. ier
gathered he was just paying their respt. it's plain d simp. doing. sherman park's been restored to its residents. right now we're continuing to work through peace makers and community wke toe sure e scene of the incident is oredo the residents as well. they don't want to have continuous vigils as they go to their front rds and try to get to work and t a night's sleep so that work is c" continuing."the milwaukee county sheriff's office was concerned the crowd would move to sherman park which closes at 6 pm. deputies sroded the park just in case. an emotional 'tbur' th morning at the court appearance for a milwaukee man nth olson in a pond last 3- month."sean why would you do that... sean why?..."
the infant who killed, screaming out when the scheduling conference for sean flowers was wrapping up. she had to be consoled as she left the courtroom. according to the criminal complaint, flowers was upset after the child's mother was dancing at a party, so he took the baby, walked into the pond and sat down... drowning the infant. one of the men accused in the homicide of 5-year-old laylah petersen in court this morning for a in 'carl barrett junior' is charged with 1st degree reckless homicide. ylah wa fatally shot while sitting on r granather's p back in 20-14. prosecutors say barrett and 2 others targeted the wrong house with their gunf barrett has pleaded not guilty. his trial is set to begiseptembe26th. a triple shooting in milwaukee leaves one man dead and 2 injured. it happened yesterday afternoon at a home near north
were inside the home told a chaplain on the scene it was the result ofa home invasion. sot: rev. alexis twito, the salvation army police chaplins coordinator01;19;45 one of the family membe in the home was shot, and then the home invaders also, i believe. believe.the family told the chaplain there were ?several kids? in the home at the time of the shooting. no details yet on any suspects. time now foready wther...a refrhing change from the recent ar conditions. rebecca is here with your first look at the forecast... sunny and comfortable this afrnoon.ooler and breezy at times with highs in the middle 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little ch with lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.week's
school on thursday with of ckets ed at e stop anhighs iuppe60s thursday. lots of sun sticks around for fy with temps reaching t lo70labo day weekend: stays sunny to start the holiday weekend with clouds returning for labor day itself but rain chances holding off for now. warming up slightly starting in the middle 70s saturday anright around 800 for sunday and monday. toss back toike one of the world's most famous catholic nuns, a miracle worker and soon-to-be- saint.is being honored right
it's been nearly 20-year since mother teresa passed away..t helegacy lives on. cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins live from marquette campus the details... a mass honoring mother teresa started just a few minutes ago, i'll step out of the way so you can look at the crowd. this is a collaborated mass between marquette universiy and the archdiocese... all to honor motherteresa who will enter sainthood this weekend in rome. mother teresa was here at marquette 35 years ago to discovery award, the university's highest honor. i spoke with 2 people who played a key role in her visit. they say she was just the kindest, most humble person they've ever met. one of them waa woman who went through a miscarriage and asked for a essing. and less than a year later she had a healthy baby boy....who like mother tesesa is now working to help the we'll have more on today's
for decades...the neighborhood barbershop has been a community gathering place where people talk about everything from politics to religion. today, milwaukee city leaders are taking aim at the education achievement gap by making books available to kids at their neighborhood rbershop. this morning's event took place at 'chicago cutz' on capitol drive. the owner tells us there is a lot more that happens in the baber shop than cutting hair. and he wants to utilize that influence to make a difference. 3 "on that first day of school these guys feel confident. they got a gat haircut. they got all the supplies they need. certain things they don't need to be stssing about, it's not even on their mind. they are able to go into that classroom focus on learning, studying and trying to be better than they were yes" yesterday."according to e african-american literature book club... only 3-percent of black milwaukee 8th grade boys score at or above a "proficient" level in reading. 3 wisconsin election officials
ballot. these are the names you'll see on november 8th: major party andidates hill clinton and donald trump... an americdelta party ndidate roque de la fuente.. darrell castle of the constitution party... libertarian party candidate gary johnson... wisconsin green party candidate jill stein, and monica moorehead from the 'workers world party.' wisconsin has joined an election system made up of 20 other states le ab share information to ma sure eligible registered. however two of those states, arizona and illinoir... just had their databases hacked. hacked.in illinois, up to 200- thousand voter records were compromised including parts of license numbers.the system is called the "electronic ration i center" -- or eric. wisconsin plans to send more than a million voter registration rds next month through the program.governor scott walker says the state is working to protect everyone's
"we've put safeguards in there but the volume of hits we get from around the world every day is phenomenal. you're looking at millions of attempts to try and hack into the state'system and that's why we're constantly seeking to improve." impre."experts say hackers could be trolling to stl ters' identity or ju take people off t rolls so they can't vote-- causing confusion on election day. with the november election couraged tget the vors are necessary i-d to cast a ballot. free at the d-m-v which has an onli applicati to make use the application, you'll u receive a temporary i-d that wi be lid for voting. a sy daon the campaign trail as donald tru meets face to face with the mican presidt. it's high stakes, last minutesit with the leader who's been openly critical of the republican nominee. president enrique pena nieto has been an outspoken critic of trump
hitler. he says mexico wll not renegotiate nafta or pay to build trump's wall. trump is scheduled to clarify his stance on immigration tonight in phoenix after softing his rhetoric about deportation forces rounding up america's 11 million ndocumend immigrants. campgn trail after spending most of last week fundraisg. she's speaking teterans at the american legion incinnati. dertnt now says some of the emails the fbi co contain approximately 30 documents that may be related to the benghaziattack that killed four americans. the f-b-i is expected to publicly release notes from its investation of her private email server. 3coming up on the cbs 58 news isis says one of its most powerful leaders is dead...the latest on what could be a devastating blow for the terror group. plus, a return to cuba...details of the first direct flight from the u.s. to
but there's now confusion, because today russia is claiming it killed adnani with its airstrikes....a claim a u-s official calls sterous.' the death would be the latest blow to the group, which has been on the retreat in syria and iraq. 3finally over for americans who nt to fly tocuba. jetblue flight 387 toucd down in the communist mmerical flight from the u..s in more than a half century. kris van cleave was he for first officer frank barreras, being at the controls of todays history making flight to santa clara, cuba is to come full circle. his father -- frank, sr -- was just a teenager when he fled cuba on one of the last commercial flights to the u-s 55 years ago. (sot: frank barreras/jetblue first officer) (:21-:24)i never thought this day would come, um, in my lifetime//uh, it's an amazing...amazing times (track)jetblue is the first u-s airline to resume
service under new rules allowing americans greater access to cuba. soon as many as 110 daily flights from 10 airlines will depart the u-s for the island nation. (sot: robin hayes/jetblue ceo) (:39-:46)"this is gonna make travel not only easier, but much more affordable, and that's gonna encourage many more people to travel (18:50:25) (8 sec)(track) airlines were given just 90 days to launch the new service--((sot:(maccaul) (no font, too quick)"bottomline is, this has been a very rushed process (track) republican mike mccaul is the chair of the house homeland security committee. (sot: rep. mike mccaul/r-texas) their vetting process is for these employees. it just takes one person--either corrupted or radicalized--to put a bomb on an airplane." (20:16:20) (10 sec)(track)u.s. air marshals will be on some flights and the t-s-a says it is "confident in the security protocols" at the eight island airports assessed so far. (standup close: kris van cleave, cbs news, fort lauderdale) (1:19-:1:40) the u-s still prohibits tourism to cuba, but under the loosened travel rules there is a lot of leeway. but the experience will be a little different for
visa process, so no app check in and passengers need to arrive three to four hours early.kris van cleave, cbs news, fort lauderdale five additional airlines will begin service to cuba this fall. tropical storm warnings are up for florida's gulf coast as what could soon be a hurricane churns hundreds of miles off-shore. h eavy rain is already falling around tampa bay, and the system could cause more problems later this week for the carolinas, which are already being threatened by another system. (sot gov. rick scott //(r) florida) "we're gonna see a lot of rain, we're going to see 5-10 inches of rain, potentially 15 inches of rain. as you've seen with prior storms, at times, we'll get a band, we'll see significant rains someplace, and that's where we'll see risk of floodin" flooding."the storm is expected to make landfall tomorrow. they are expecting coastal flooding on florida's big bend, before the storm moves through georgia and the
today: sunny and comfortable this afternoon. cooler and breezy at timewith highs in the middle 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clear sky. little chilly with lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.week's end: stays a little chilly for most student's first day of school on thursday with jackets needed at the bus stop and highs in the upper 60s thursday. lots of sun sticks around for friday with temps ac day weekend: stays sunny to start the holiday weekend with clouds returning for labor day itself but rain chances holding off for now. warming up sling ly stain the middle 70s saturday and right around 800 for sunday and monday. today: sunny and comfortable this afternoon. cooler and breezy at times with highs in the middle 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clear sky. little chilly with
a little chilly for most student's first day of school on thursday with jackets neededt the bus stop and highs in the upper 60s thursday. lots of sun sticks around for friday with temps reaching the lower 70s.labor day weekend: stays sunny to start the holiday weekend with clouds returning for labor day itself but rain chances holding off for now. warming up slightly starting in the middle 70s saturday and right around 800 for monday. 3 today: sunny and comfortable this afternoon. cooler and breezy at times with highs in the middle 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mptonight: clear sky. little illy with lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.week's end: stays a little chilly for most student's first day of school on thursday with jackets needed at the bus stop thursday. lots of sun sticks around for friday with temps
friendsand animals? this eveningyou have your chance to have a brewski or two and mix and mingle with the giraffes and rhinos at the racine zoo. zoo.it's all part of the "roar and pour" event. this will be the last one for the summer season. our michael schlesinger had the chance to visit during the cbs 58 morning news today and ed bo, the 17-foot tall giraffe...something you can do tonight during the event as well. 6:45hit/cgamber olsen/special events coordinator"they eat are more than happy to get these white crest snacks... you just hold this out and the toungue curls around it. and it goesway." away." roar and pourcosts $30, and you can pay when you arrive. this is only for adults 21 and older. we've posted a link on our website for this fun event...be sure to click on the red news links tab. 3 coming up on your cbs money watch report... chipotle is looking to get new
russ feingold: i'm russ feingo and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnn on student loans: young peopleon't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,00wisconsinites vetunt loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free mey...rror: wi, would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
in today's money watch report... 3 the government wants to make some fixes to the affordable care act otherwise known as obamacare. one idea--- using some of the fees from the marketplace for marketing to reach young people and get them to sign up. aetna, united, and humana recently said they're cutting back offerings beuse policy holders are older and sicker than expected...and they're losing millions of dollars. win back customers.the restaurant chain is offering free meals to kids on sundays as long as they order with an adult who also buys food.each kids meal comes with the children's book 'dragons love tacos.'chipotle is still trying to recover from e coli and norovirus outbreaks that cut into sales.
our news on the go includes some breakinnew in the race fopresident. just minutes ago, the marquette university law school released its latest presidential poll. it shows the gap tightening in wisconsin. last month hillary clinton had a double diget leadleads donald trump in wisconsin with 42 percent. donald trump has 37 percent of registered voters. 19 percent say they won't vote for either or haven't made up their mind yet. margin of error is 4 point 5. 3 today: sunny and comfortable this afternoon. cooler and breezy at times with highs in
chilly with lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.week's end: sta a little chilly for most student's fit day of school on thursday with jackets needed at the bus stop and highs in the upper 60s thursday. lots of sun sticks around for friday and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. thanks for joining us.be sure
? >> eric: look, you're angry with quinn, and you have reason to be. i-i understand that. i'm not discounting your feelings. >> steffy: i think you are. >> eric: no. i'm wondering if there's more to it. >> steffy: i warned quinn. i told her what would happen if she didn't leave you alone. >> eric: i don't think you left your husband to get back at his mother. >> steffy: i left because i couldn't take it anymore. quinn won't stop, so i can't have any connection to her. >> eric: steffy, quinn lives with me. she works at forrester. now, living apart from wyatt is not gonna get her out of your life.