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3 3 3"singing" "singing" a nun from milwaukee honored and remembered one find forgiveness for the man accused of killing her and a fellow sister. archbishop jermone listecki presided over the service for sister margret held. held.those who loved her... worked with her... and admired her spoke today at the st. joseph chapel on milwaukee's south side. side.cbs 58's kristen barbaresi was there...she joins us now live with more...kristen. one of the sisters we spoke to here said sister margaret would have hated today because
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it was standing room only-- people gatehred first for a wake and funeral mass led by archbiship jerome listecki. margaret was one of 8 children, and 2 of her sisters spoke-- talking about her love of turtle sundaes and wisconsin bratwurts...and also her dedication to serving others.as a murse practioner in the poorest county in mississippi, sister margaret provided health care to people who couldn't afford it.her sisters in faith say margaret would want people to continue 3 i think what she'd want us to be thinking about today is what's the message. in all of this? what's the meaning? and i think she would say 2 things. 1 that we have to be more visible in the community so people understand that you can do good to other people and she would really be urging us to be advocates in changes to systems that keep people in y poverty there was also a lot of talk about forgiveness for the
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the sisters say sister margaret would not want the death penalty and would instead look at that person with mercy. coming up toinght at 5, well have more from today's service and hear from sister margaret's family.live at the st joesph center, kristen barbaresi cbs 58 news 3 class had only been in session for one day...and already a milwaukee school had to cancel classes because of a fire. cbs 58's julie parise reports. no one was hurt students were taken to messmer high school for pick up after the fire started here on the second floor this morning. morning.both a fire chief and school official tell me it appears to have been worked by something electrical - and they haven't yet been able to assess just how much damage has been done.the fire started in a classroom on the second floor just before 7am and was put out pretty quickly. the tough part for firefighters was ventilating the building because there was a lot of smoke.the school president here told me he's glad his
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in place. place."everybody handled it extremely well. we appreciate the response of the polie and fire dept. we energies has been outm, everyone seemed to follow protocol and do their th" thing.""when we talk about structural damage were talking about the actual framing of the building what holds the building together and the fire does seem to have done some damage to the spces between the second floor classroom and the attic." the fire chief estimates the amount of damage around 5 amount of damage could be around 5 thousands dollars. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca.
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today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day wee: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with
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milwaukee police took about "20" 9-1-1 calls from concerned parents who's kids never made it home from school . yesterday.one parent who spoke to csb 58 says it was because of a mix-up with milwaukee
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didn't return from his first day at hawley environmental school yesterday...sending his mother into a panic. 3 "at 6:30 we started moving...and i was about to start crying...but i knew i was gonna get home eventually." eventually.""i almost crashed, i felt like i was gonna pass out, i was just thinking like lord, bring me my baby back." back." tashawn's mother says she'd called the school to upate his address...but for some reason he still ended up riding around on the wrong bus for nearly three hours. m-p-s dn misplaced students only that they were reunited with their parents. and that bus drivers followed protocol. a mother from new york is asking for a federal investigation into how her five-year-old son was put on the wrong flight. flight.andy martinez mercado was booked on a jet blue flight from santiago to new york last month. his mother paid a one hundred dollar fee to have him accompanied by a flight attendant. but when she arrived at the airport to pick him up...he was nowhere to be found. and even after an hour of looking...jetblue brought
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hours later the airline realized andy had been sent to boston by mistake. jetblue is promising a review of the incident. 3 former stanford all-american swimmer brock turner has been released from jail in san jose. turner served just three months of his six-month sentence for raping an unconscious woman outside a frat house last year. dozens of protesters waited outside for his release. his sentence ignited a massive controversy nationwide for register as a sex offender for life. 3 still to come..they've broken the mold when it comes to the image of motorcycle riders, find out how an all ladies ride at the milwaukee rally is helping local police...and for that matter all of us safe..that's in our stories 3 and thrill seekers rapell down the side of miller park...and they're not just doing it for fun..the worthy cause behind the stunt!
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time now for our stories our ce attention to the events going on in the community that bring
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all a complete perspective of the place we call home.today the women's ride on this day two of the milwaukee rally.a labor day weekend tradition of honoring the harley-davidson life style born here in milwaukee and still a key part of our identity now. we're going on the women's ride laughterroar of motorycycls motorycyclesmotorycycles motorycyclesit's a rare occassion when the roar of a hay harleywomen laughing and posing for selfie selfieis almost drowned out with lte atmosphere of the sixth annual women's ride at the milwaukee r. rally.patti mueller, hubertus: i've only been riding ten years. this is the highlight to. women.one la rider to mark eachharley's been making s.that's 113 this year. ar.shari prag, west bend: we're making statement that women can ride as good as men. i'm gonna get in one. laughter
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sheey d. it.roar of motorycles motoryclesfrom the harley- davidson museum they'll make a pit stop in germantown ending in hartland for some lunch and more laughs. escorted by the milwaukee police department which benefits from the proceeds that will go towards accident scene management. management.vicki sanfelipo, head road captain: so what we're doing is raising money to provide specific motorycle training wiht the milwaukee police department and we'll start training some the very near future. future. ofmotorycle motoryclebut first some fun! fun!if we can do it you can do it laughterwhere the roar of the engine marks a celebration of sisterhood. fadeerhood.sounds engines 3 organizers say the event was started specifically to embrace the women rider.we've got other stories form the rally posted on our website cbs 58 dot com.the milwaukee rally has events at the museum
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labor day weekend and its free! 3 the brewers are out in pittsburgh right now -- but some good-willed fans dropped in on miller park today... in a very literal sense.they ?rappeled? down the face of the stadium... of course, it's for a great cause. cause.you see, this is their way of helping thousands of people fulfill their dreams... by raising hundreds of dollars for the special olympics of wisconsin.so, what's it like to sit atop miller? "the worst part is probably hanging over the edge. once sailing. it's easy." easy.""that was a little nerve-wracking, having complete trust in all this gear that i'm not familiar with. that was nerve-wracking." wracking."if you're curious -- miller park tops more than 300 feet up... and 330 feet at the peak of the roof. it's day two of the new school year for students in the kenosha unified school district...and the second year of a program that rewards
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cbs 58's kylp explains from kenosha. 3itis a big day for students here at brass community hotheta entire school as staff t and al practice the expectations set for them. or positive be s d support. it is a framework model used in school districts across the country and wa you're in kenosha last year. students are rewarded with ntrd brass bucks. students then rede items in the school orevery g i erasers to gamschool principal. staff say they have seen a
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school year. . joel kaufmann / l prpah here at brass that this is working. the kids are changing behaviors without negative consequences" "we really found that's what did it for them. they just wanted to hear them tell them hey i appreciate you and you're doing a job.he great part about it is we also noticed those kids really wanted to hear the same things so some of those poor choices they were making stopped happening" happening"teachers and met there wilw of issues that will arise. but they are hoping since more students are paying attention and spending more time in the classroom instead of detention at the principals office, the overall grades here at the school will improve over the coming years
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your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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3 tropical storm hermine is making its way across the southeast after making landfall as a category one hurricane overnight in florida. at least one fatality has been blamed on the storm. a seven-foot storm surge and several inches of rain flooded streets and downed trees. knocking out power to more than 100-thousand residents. hermine is now headed to georgia and south carolina. from there -- it's expected to move off to the northeast and stall off the coast of new
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3 today: wall to wall sune ayhighs in the lo70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with
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80s. today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming
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highs in the today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with highs in the lower to middle 80s.
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3 an annual event to raise awareness about autism is right around the corner! and cbs 58 is a proud sponsor.some live guests in studio next to
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we are looking ahead this afternoon to an annual event in milwaukee that raises money for autism awareness...dylan's run.i'm joined in studio this afternoon by dylan's mom, dawn schwartz. and, emily levine, executive director for the autismsociety ofsoutheastern
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3 3 there's still time sign up for dylan's run...and other ways to help out. we've got all that information on our
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dawn, emily, thank you for joining us. 3 a 'garden oasis' in the heart of milwaukee's north side. angela moragne "the first year we moved here we gave everybody salsa for christmas and they were like whats this for? oh just to say hey - they come over and hang out and the kids pick the tomatoes here and bite em off and thats what its there for so you know that you can grow stuff." stuff." coming up this weekend on cbs 58 sunday morning - we meet a milwaukee fami creating healthier, happier and more productive neighborhoods - 'through food.'angela moragne is the co-founder of "that salsa lady" a ome grown business finding success supplying fresh produce and salsa to farmer's markets around our area- growing it all outside her home near 47th and capitol. angela moragne "i've never seen so much or felt so much genety than what i have entering the food busess. //
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you can the watch entire story plus much more on cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow... that's at 7-am juhead cbs sunday morning from new york...we hope you'll join us 3 and still to come on the news at four -- an abandoned school building has become a hot bed of illegal activity...what city leaders and the community wants done about it. 3 and lawmakers are calling for an ?audit? at the state's largest veteran's home...we'll tell you what troubling new documents revealed. 3 and one of milwaukee's largest job suppliers nnounces some a detas co u 3 we've got much more news and
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meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. to wwall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around
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upper 70s. more clouds arrive onlabor day, becoming a ttlewarm and humid with highs in the lowe middl today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little ch b lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with highs in the lower to middle
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wisconsin's largest veteran's home is under the microscope this afternoon. new documents show some vets have become sick and even gotten hurt at the wisconsin veteran's home at king, wisconsin. that's in waupaca county countythat report from wisconsin's department of health and human services found one veteran suffered leg. this after a staff member didn't use appropriate safety measures. there's also sanitation concerns at the facility. at one point 30 residents and 22 staff members became sick during a gastro-intestinal illness outbreak. "i could end up there some day - and if i'm gonna pay my state and federal dollars and end up in a facility like that, i swant it to be clean and be treated with respe" respect." veterans affairs officials and
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facility. some have even gone as far to seek a ?federal? investigation. new at four thirty --- an abandon school building in new berlin has become a major nuisance in the community. problems wh trespassing at the dilapidated property has prompted city leaders to step i. in.cbs 58's eric levy joins us live from new berlin with that story...eric. bill/michele...the last elementary class to leave this school was around ten years ago.now it's become an easel for ork and strange spray painted messages.you think this is ugly...let's go inside. these picures were given to me by the city.there is broken glass...mold growth on the walls.ne berlin's city attorney thney hecity is spending to board up the building. because it's now private
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it themselves. 3 "if you figure in thlabor, the police resources, the cost of the contractor...i don't know what that number is, but it's more than we should be spending that's for sure." sure." the police department says they've been out here 34 times in the last six months for trespassing complaints. come from neighbors...you'll hear from them on the news at five.live, el, cbs 58...b/m back to you l-s-u fans continue to show up to wisconsin in droves. droves.fans arriving got quite the welcome at the airport in green bay yesterday. fans were
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song. they got mardi gras beads in the l-s-u colors. even green bay's mayor was there to welcome in the competition. "lsu travels pretty well, pretty educated group of people and for them to look at, yoknow, maybe coming back here to visit or, even better, sending a resume up here and applying to work or live here. that would be awesom" awesome!" the badgers will take on l-s-u at lambeau field tomorrow. the games at 2:30...a it is expe t she was a nun who dedicated herself to helping the poor in india. mother teresa's devotion to the people most in need earned her the nobel prize --- and now sainthood. sainthood.she'll be canonized at the vatican on sunday. cbs news correspondent jonathan vigliotti has a look ahead to the ceremony that's drawing in thousands. mother teresa touched the world with her mission to help the poor, sick, and dying in
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and compassion. they give us much more than we give them." she became a nun at 16, and two years later, left her home in yugoslavia to work in a convent school in india. she eventually opened the first school in the slums of calcutta.mother teresa became one of the most recognizable faces of the20th century for her care for both the young and old.she was awarded the nobel peace prize for her work very happy to receive it in the name of the poor"six years later, president reagan honored her with the presidential medal of freedom, calling her a 'hero of our times.'"mother teresa was busy as usual saving the world" sometimes called the "saint of the gutters" mother teresa did have her critics some said
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did not provide enough relief to the dying, and she was fiercely against abortion. "abortion has become the greatest destroyer of peace." she questioned her faith toward the end of her life, writing "even deep down there is nothing but emptiness and darkness."pope john paul the second admired mother teresa and became her friend. after she died, he fast tracked her to sainthood, for the miracle of healing two sick now, nineteen years after her death, pope francis - who has also taken up the cause of helping the neediest -- will officially make mother teresa a saint. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news, london. 3 coming up --- with the concern over the zika virus...there's now another strong reason to put on that bug spray ?right here? in milwaukee county. 3 3d --- more than two million smartphones are being recalled after some of them ?exploded? while chrging.
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plus as a major job supplier in milwauk announces job cuts...the august job report
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in today's health watch -a dead bird has tested positive for the west nile virus in milwaukee county. county.the north shore health department says this is the first positive result they've had since beginning testing on may first. thhealth departments encourging north sh residents to be extra vigilant about applying mosquito repellent. "birds are an early indicator for the trasmission of west nile into humans from mosquitos to humans so we use it as some sort of bell weather for knpo ntial impact i have on the population." population." last year only nine people in the whole e statbecame infected with west nile. no one has tested positive in southeastern wiconsin so far. 3 researchers say a new
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it's called "aducanumab" se. researcher say when taken once a month for a year the drug cleared some deposits of toxic plaques from the brain. plaque is believed to bea trigger for onset alzheimer's. after a year, patients on the highest dose of the drug had virtually no detectable signs of these deposits. 3 tropical depression hermine dumped rain on florida yesterday...caus and other damage. but what could be even more deveastating is what the rain did to the efforts to stop the spread of zika in the sunshine state. cbs news correspondent michlle miller explains. "we have to get rid of standing water. that's the most important thing we can do now and after the this storm hits."in the lead up to hurricane hermine, florida officials have been relentlessly removing even the smallest traces of water to stop the spread of zika."i think all of us expected that there would be mosquitoes carrying zika."after
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samples, florida officials identified the virus in three groups of mosquitoes trapped in miami beach - a first in the united states. states."if there are positive traps, we know when, we know where. we can identify where this transmission is occurring."one of those positive traps was at the miami beach botanical garden which has temporarily closed while crews remove its featured bromeliad plants. the flowers collect water where mosquitoes can breed.and while hurricane hermine more than a foot of rain in parts of the state, scientists say its impact on mosquitoes is a double-edged sword. sword."the good news about hurricanes is that they can wash away mosquito populations. // the downside is that the hurricane will rrupt any ongoing efforts of mosquito control. and then as the floodwaterrecede, could see the reappearance of m" mosquitoes."another problem florida is facing in fighting
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the c-d-c said this week that funds ve almost run out. the house will consider a one- point-one billion dollar zika bill when it returns from vacation next week.michelle miller, cbs news, new york 3 in today's money watch -- johnson controls officially merged with tyco today. today.johnson controls employees were taken to the wisconsin center downtown this morning. company leaders briefed them on what the merger will mean for them as employees... and what it means for the two 3 hiring is up but at a much slower pace than expected. the labor department says 151-thousand jobs were added in august. and the unemployment rate is stayed the same at four point nine percent.wage growth slowed considerably and some investors say that may indicate the fed will ?not? raise interest rates for the time being. 3 walmart is cutting seven-thousand positions. the retail giant says the jobs in question concern accounting
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stores across the country.the cuts are being made as walmart introduces a more modernized system for store bookkeeping and inventory tracking. company officials say those affected by the job cuts will have the option of working in other roles for walmart. 3 you may have to wait longer to get your next tax returns. that warning from the i-r-s. they say early filers claiming the earned income tax credit and the additional child tax credit are gonna have to to wait. the agency says a new tax law requires it to hold mid-february. it also said extra steps to check for identity theft in returns may result in a slight delay. samsung is recalling the galaxy note 7 smartphone and supsending sales of the device after reports of the battery ?exploding? while charging. as cbs' marlie hall reports it's a big problem for samsung. the phone's only been on the market for two weeks. samsung launched its galaxy note 7 just two weeks ago. but
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smartphones catching fire, prompting the company to recall two and a half million devices.at a press conference in south korea, the president of samsung's mobile business said the recall will cost so much it makes his heart ache, but that safety comes first. he said the company has identified a glitch in a battery cell, which has caused at least 35 phones to explode or catch fire while charging. there have been other phones that have caught on fire. but to have a real flagship and that's what this is for samsung, to have the entire run of the phone, millions of phones recalled right after they've been released. i can't think of anything that has been as big as thisthe recall comes at a crucial moment in the smartphone race. the supersized note seven was scoring strong reviews and better than expected sales. samsung was counting on its success to help challenge apple, which is expected to announce its newest iphone next week.this is the worst possible timing for samsung. they finally have a hit on
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outmatch apple. this was finally samsung year, and look what happenedsamsung says its replacement phones will be available in about two weeks. mh, cbs news, new york luckily --- nobody has been hurt by the exploding smartphones.
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3 today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower
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5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to average in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with highs in the lower to middle 80s. today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to
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upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming a little warm and humid with highs in the lower tle o dd today: wall to wall sunshine. stays cool with highs in the lower 70s. wind: ne 5-15 tonight: clear sky. little chilly but comfortable with lows in the upper 50s. lower 50s inland. wind: ne -> se 5-10 mph.labor day weekend: sunshine sticks around saturday and sunday with temperatures returning to e in the middle and upper 70s. more clouds arrive on monday, labor day, becoming
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3 jor movie theater chain is holding special screeings of
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fans of the late gene wilder can catch two of the actor's most beloved films in theaters this weekend."willy wonka and the chocolate factory" and "blazing saddles" will play at the a-m-c at mayfair mall...and more than fifty other theaters nationwide. the showings are on saturday and sunday. it's just five bucks per film. gene wilder died monday from complications of alzheimer's.the beloved actor was 83-years-old.
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check this out --- two bear cubs went dumpster-diving in a neighborhood in pasadena, california yesterday. but a very brave little dog chased them off!the cubs were roaming the neighborhood with their mama bear. the trio went swimming in ?two different? pools...and then went looking for some food. until one tough pup showed up to scare them off. state wildlife officals are monitoring the bear activity. they're guessing the dog played a big roll in getting them back into the woods.
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our top y, it's one of the biggest copaniesn milwaukee...and it's changing the downtown skyline with a giant glass office tower. tower.tonight, northwestern mutual says it's evaluating its workforce...a es could lead to job cuts. cbs 58's christine flores joins us live downtown with more... christine? as you can see this northwestern mutuabuilding is under construction, which could be a sign of growthlike their statement indicates however, a local non-profit looked at those numbers and says these potential layoffs should be a learning experience for us all citizens action of wisconsin looked back at the records and found that the city of milwaukee gave the corporation 54 million dollars in
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including the 18 million the company received to move some of theihr offices to oak creethe non-profit says corporations who receive tax payer money, like in this case, shouldbe held accountable to pay the money back or show proof of those go paying jobs being created kevin kane/organizing dir. of citizens action of wi. kane: without really these standards, we're not really sure as a public focus group, can a company of this size really lay off a large number of its staff and then still receive the same amount of tax k? and if that's the case, why should we be public dollars to shed staff but keep the money? we reached out to the company for a statement and they sent us this in return:-read emailed statement... it reads in part... to maintain our strong financial position and serve our clients' needs, we are evaluating our operations to ensure we have the skills and digital capabilities we need to take us into the future. we're reamlining processes and identifying new ways to work efficiently
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take place.reporting live in milwaukee,hristine flores cbs 58 news. it was about three years ago that we saw the first design for the offtower hat' rising on the east end of downtown. at the t northwestern mual saidt would add 19-hundred jobs when the building was finished. as you heard from christine flores, the company's statement today offered no specifics about jobs. cbs 58 will continue to follow this story as it ve 3 and the controversial merger of milwaukee's johnson controls and ireland-based tyco officially took effect today. buses brought j-c-i employees to the wisconsin center this morning, where company officials reportedly briefed them on the merger. when the deal was announced early this year, there were questions about the future of wisconsin's largest public company. in a new interview with the milwaukee business journal, c- e-o alex mo-leen'-a-role-ee

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