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3 breaking news at four --- you're looking live at i-94 at mooreland road where a semi has tipped over in the roadway. two lanes of eastbound traffic are bld. ago and sheriff's deputies are still on scene cleaning up and working to upright the semi you see there...all while traffic inches by.the d-ot is reporting delays in excess of three miles. if you know anybody on the way home in the area...you may want to tell them to take another route. no word on the cause of this crash or if anyone was hurt. 3 now to our top story at four ---the orange fence at sherman
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of milwaukee county executive chris abele. the fence was first removed yesterday morning... then replaced under the order of milwaukee county sheriff, david clarke. 3 the fence has been in place for about three weeks now... after a deadly officer-involved shooting sparked two nights of unrest. unrest.but today the county executive said it's time to move forward. forward."we're right now working to get down the fence as fast as we can and we're returning the park to normal hours, operating doing what we've been trying to do for awhile which is give the park back to the community." community." 3 after sheriff's deputies turned up to replace the fence yesterday...abele's office called for a temporary restraining order against clarke. a judge sided with abele enforcing normal hours at sherman park...but the fence remained overnight. then around 12:30 this afternoon parks employees removed it
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sheriff's office is responsible for patrolling the parks and restoring order...abele says the hours are set by his office. 3 we'll have continuing coverage on this story and the latest from residents in the sherman park neighborhood-- coming up on the news at four thirty. laborfest is underway right now...at maier festival park. one thing that's on everybody's mind at the festival today is job creation. cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live with more on that...amanda. 3 for a little background.. laborfest is free and open to the
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3 "the folks that are unemployed, the folks that are still looking for work. the people that have been out of work for a long time. we work for them and they may not even know it. we do everything we possibly can to grow the workforce. because if you have a workforce that's growing you have a labor movement that's dying and we're not about that. 3 the festival ends in less than an hour. organizers estimate that about five thousand people made it to today's event. live in mke. ad cbs 58 news. 3 3 a warning to those celebrating labor day on the water.there's a "small craft advisory" in effect -- as well as a warning to swimmers about possible dangerous conditions.winds
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miles an hour...creating waves up to five feet high.the coast guard has issued a "high swim risk" in sherboygan and ozaukee counties until eleven tonight. 3 small craft advisory from 10am until 11pm for ozaukee and sheboygan counties. look for high wind, waves, and rip currents.tonight: warm and humid. winds: sw 15-25 mph. tuesday: hot and and humid with lowss around 74. winds: sw 5-10 mph.this week: scattered showers and storms arrive on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s.
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for friday with cooler highs in the 70s.upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with highs in the 70s. 3 a motorcycle crash sends 51- year-old man from atlanta to the hospital this morning. he was taken by flight for life. this is just one of several motorcycle accidents in the
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weekend when motorcycle ridership is being celebrated. cbs 58's julie parise has more on an effort to keep motorcyclists safe. here at harley davidson today the ref is on display -- that stands for transportable high end rider education facility. facility.the ref team comes here every year to teach beginner riders the basics of safety.the goal is to provide training and education not just to motorcycle drivers but all drivers.with two serious the weekend, we asked a coordinator here what the best advice is for anyone riding a motorcycle to stay safe.he said one of the keys to staying safe is to ride within your means. means.you should not go 90 in a 60 mile an hour zone, you should not go 80 in a 50 mile an hour zone, we see a lot of that and that's one of the primary causes of crashes in the state of wi and nationwide. nationwide.the ref will be here today until 5pm.live in
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3 today the "unofficial" start of the long-haul to election day...and both presidential candaiates spent it in a key battleground state. 3 plus-- tropical storm hermine continues to hammer down on the east coast...the latest on where it's headed...next 3 plus --- chief meterologist drew burgyone will return with your full readycast...stay
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3 hillary clinton and donald trump are laboring on the campaign trail today.the democratic and republican nominees are focusing on the battleground state of ohio. cbs' mark albert has the latest on the race for the white house. "i am so happy to have all of you with me...."hillary clinton welcomed reporters aboard her campaign's new airplane as she headed to a labor day rally in cleveland. cleveland.we're going to say yes to workers rights, yes to
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the american dreamdonald trump is also in cleveland, meeting voters at a diner, and talking with labor leaders. he said he's the only candidate who can save american jobs from moving overseas. overseas."we'll get our jobs back, and we're going to stop companies from leaving. it's going to be so easy." easy."there are just two months left in this grueling campaign. and both candidates are trying to shake off controversies to win over voters.the latest cbs news shows clinton leading by eight points in pennsylvania, and four points in north carolina... but the survey of all 13 battleground stes finds her lead just two points. that might be because m than nine in ten voters feel the same or worse about clinton's explanations for her email server. and trump is still drawing fire for his shifting plans on immigration. immigration."whoever wins in november is going to face a very challenging landscape -
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damaged."the first damaged." come in very, very damaged." the first presidential debate is three weeks away. mark albert, for cbs news, the white house. president obama is leaving the g-20 economic summit with no peace deal in syria...and no resolution with china. the president had hoped to broker a deal with vladimir putin to coordinate air strikes against isis in syria. but at the last minute -- president said the alliance would have meant big progress in fighting isis. and right now -- the u-s doesn't have a diplomatic backup plan. "if we do not get some of buy-in from the russians on reducing the violence and easing the humanitarian crisis, then it's difficult to see how we get to the next phas" phase." the mideast crisis overshadowed president obama's main mission at the g20. to bridge tensions with china whose aggressive military
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some concerns. 3 your full readycast with chief meterologist drew burgoyne is
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3 the destruction is not over yet from tropical storm hermine. after making landfall on friday...causing widespread damage and killing two people...the storm is now headed to new jersey. cb residents there who've seen this all before. nats wavesalong the jersey shore overnight, hermine whipped up strong waves...at sea, the rough waters rocked this royal caribbean cruise ship, headed from new jersey to bermuda. bermuda.when you see the crew on the cruise ship starting to get dizzy and sick then you know it's gotten pretty bad derek biedermann ?beed-ur-man? is one of around 6 thousand people onboard the ship trying to outrun hermine. maybe one am the whole boat started
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sick, they started distributing vomit bags around. the deadly storm made landfall last friday as a category 1 hurricane. it's already hammered coastal areas stretching from florida to virginia, knocking out power for hundreds of thousands and causing widespread damage. its now targeting the eastern seaboard from maryland to massa. massachusetts...we've been doing this almost 30 years we se the sunrise on labor day no nothing.governor chris christie says hermine won't come close to having the same destructive power as superstorm sandy in 2012. still, he's urging everyone not to take any chances. chances.we don't want to see people. have injuries or loss of life because of going into the ocean in dangerous conditio. conditions.hermine may regain hurricane strength but the worst of the storm is pretty much over and continues to move off shore. jericka
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3 small craft advisory from 10am until 11pm for ozaukee and for high wind, waves, and rip currents.tonight: warm and humid. winds: sw 15-25 mph. tuesday: hot and and humid with lowss around 74. winds: sw 5-10 mph.this week: scattered showers and storms arrive on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and
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for friday with cooler highs in the 70s.upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with
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3 they cant take their eyes off it and especially in our age group i have had people stay
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hours. 3 a trip down memory lane and into the lunch room...how a unique collection helps a wauwatosa shop stand
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the veteran golfers association wraped up their tournament in kohler this morni. morning.50 vets teed off at the meadow valley course for round two of the tourney. the v-g-a organized the event as a way to help heal through
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finished...the top 20 golfers will head to mississippi for the national championship. 3 a restoration project is making way for a new mural at the black historical society on 26th and center. center.the painting is called "the gift" -- created by artist george gist from pittsburgh.he's originally from milwaukee.the concept behind the new work of art is to show everything that africans have brought to america. "it really shows people coming from africa as we did and coming to america and giving their labor, their skills, their inventions, their gifts to america." america." volunteers have come forward to help the artist get the mural up...in fact -- the "skyjack" the artist uses to stand on was donated from franklin equipment. no clear date yet when the mural will be complete. you don't see them around too often anymore...the classic metal lunchbox has been traded out for the plain-old brown paper bag.
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wauwatosa with a taste for nostalgia is hanging on to a large collection of vintage lunch boxes. cbs 58's michael schlesinger got an up-close look. by day phil krainz works at his family-run store, rose's flower shop in tosa. it's been around since the 1940s. just about as long as some of his special lunch boxes have existed. on the side, he collects them. 225 to be exact. just take a look at (customers love it. wonder up. can't take eyes off of it. our age group. tv history. people stay 2, 3 hours for a $25 bouquet.) krainz says his hobby started about a quarter of a century ago and grew out of a hunger for nostalgia. nostalgia. (had all this empty space. 23 years ago. saw article. partridge family lunch boxes.
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something clicked lunch boxes. something clicked in my head. l) lunchboxes.) (did research 3-4x a week. you can see what happens. eb that was it. :35. buying went out of control. had access. became obsessed with new lunchboxes.)these lunchboxes are special because of their metalic styleespecially the ones between 1950 and 19 .like snoopy and barbie. howdy doody. land of the giants...and hopalong cassidy. and to pick up the tempo a bit...the bands kiss and beegees among others... others...(1950decal. sold 10x as much. 3:23:00 tv boxes came along. mid 80s. lawsuits. by 1987, done. now reproduction or tribute box.)and while they all are meaningful, some have greater value on various levels for this owner. owner.(condition. thermos inside. clean. sitting in attic. child in 1968 didn't like beatles. 2004 on ebay. in my collection.)there's also this 1965 beatles collectible with the original thermos. in all a six hundred dollar value. value.(baby boomer heaven here. you bet.) bet.)(bobby sherman. who's bobby sherman. i know how old you are.) are.) (pop artist, mid to late 60s. beatles haircut. girls would sc) scream.)(phil, i hear there's something tremendously valuable. cbs58 lunchbox. one of one. rain on the radar. cbs58. what can i get? 75 cents. work with me. maybe two dollars.)some of the finds provide a rich history lesson including this one history lesson provide a rich history lesson including this one from 15 years ago. it was destined
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never made it there. this box was one of 48 ever produced. produced.(not valuable. piece of history invaluable. how much? 50 to 100 dollars now.) now.)(not like throwing money away. got an item. easily resale. not that i will. customer feedback phenomenal. can't deny that. can't deny that.)i'm told krainz gets at least one offer a month. he says no can do. his collection stays as is. or maybe it'll expand some more if the time and price are right. but he does realize at one point, he'll have to let them go. go.(pack up and donate to a museum. who knows. after, get some lunch. maybe something age appropriate.)reporting
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wauwatosa - michael schlesinger cbs 58 news 3 that report is part of cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow.if you haven't checked it out -- it's a wonderful collection of local stories showcasing the people
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great. it's on every sunday here on cbs 58 at 7 a-m -- just ahead of cbs sunday morning with charles osgood. 3 still to come -- the fence at sherman park is gone...and the park is back to its regular hours...but it didn't happen without a fight...the latest on the debate...ahead. 3 plus --- there's a difference of opinion forming among city leaders on how public safety should be handled in the city...hear from both s. we've got much more news and weather headlines coming up...keep it here to the news
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3 we are contining to montior a breaking news situation on i-94 at mooreland road where a semi has tipped over in the roadway. two lanes of
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blocked. this happened around three this afternoon. and sheriff's deputies are still on scene cleaning up and working to upright the semi you see there...all while traffic inches by. at last report backups are in excess of three miles. no word on the cause of this crash or if anyone was hurt. 3 the orange fence is gone at executive chris abele had it taken down for a ?second? time today...and what he hopes will be the last. last.it's part of the ongoing political drama surrounding sherman park.it took a judge to rule that sheriff david clarke ?does not? have a compelling reason to keep restictions on the park. park.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live from sherman park with continuing coverage...jacob. and people using the park
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and such - and certainly pleased with the most recent development. starting at about 12:30 this afternoon...> milwaukee county crews - again - under the order of milwaukee county executive chris abele - started tearing down stakes and rolling up the plastic webbing.> this...happening less than 24 hours after about two dozen milwaukee county sheriff's deputies re- installed the fencing as a way to control the park's operating hours.> this park is located directly across the street from where a bp gas station was burned during that huge unrest we saw about one month ago.> park was not a part of the problem and it was time for the fencing to go...> also feeling that the sheriff's actions show disrespect to the community.> here's one woman we met who was barbequing just before crews started the tear- down. "and we feeling like we in jail. we're surrounded with orange fencing. pause that's what color the jail suits is downtown." 3
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situation - we have reached out to him.coming up on the news at five - much more with how these neighbors are feeling after this clean-up. live in sherman park...jk cbs 58 news. 3 public safety has been a major concern this past month following the unrest in the sherman park neighborhood. today milwaukee county executive chris abele explained his criticism of the milwaukee common council's new saftey plan...to cbs 58's david ade. ade.he joins us now live from downtown..david. it's pretty clear abele doesn't like what alderman bob donovan's committee came up with i spoke with abele about this today out at labor fest. first he says the recommendations in the report will cost couple hundred million dollars between the city and the county.and abele says he doesn't know where that money would come from without raising taxes or cutting services somewhere else.abele says the most
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report is that it implies the solution to crime is locking more people up and says that's not acceptable when wisconsin has the highest percentage of african americans behind bars in the united states. "the implication of all the recommendations in the public safety committee report would result in more african americans being incarcerated. and that's not something i support at all i think it's asinine." 3 i called alderman bob donovan this afternoon to see if he wanted to respond to what abele sa has no comment today.i also asked milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm about the report and abele's comments that's coming up on the cbs 58 news at five.live in downtown milwaukee david ade cbs 58 news. tomorrow -- cbs 58 is airing a special report "milwaukee at a crossraods". it takes an in-depth look at the violence that has effected so many people in our city. you'll hear from local leaders trying
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because of it. here's just a part of what you'll see in that special tomorrow. tomorrow. my daughter was at a playground, that's where kids go play. that's where kids release, that's where they do what they want to do. for you to handle your drama or the beef that you have at a playground, that's unacceptable. i just can't put it in my heart to say yes, i forgive those guys. i can't. i just can't."and that's understandable. cause zalayia wa watching tv -- minding her own business. yea.a lot of people let the gun do the thinking for them. it's not the gun, the guns arent' human, the guns don't have brains." it's the person carrying the gun. it's the person carrying the gun.absolutely. absolutely. the cbs 58 special presentation "milwaukee at a crossroads" will air right here on cbs 58 tomorrow at seven p-m. we do hope you'll join us and be part of the
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chief meterologist drew burgoyne joins us now to get you ready for 3 small craft advisory from 10am until 11pm for ozaukee and sheboygan counties. look for high wind, waves, and rip currents.tonight: warm and humid. winds: sw 15-25 mph. tuesday: hot and and humid wi sw 5-10 mph.this week: scattered showers and storms arrive on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s.upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with
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3 happening right now in west allis... the annual doggie dip is just getting underway.this is a live look at cool waters family aquatics park. it's closed to ?humans? for the season -- but before the pool is drained -- officials are giving man's best friend a chance to take a dip and
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twleth year of the annual doggie dip...if you'd like to give your dog a chance to take a swim...the pool is open -- to pets ony ---until six tonigh. tonight. 3tonight. tonight. 3 "doctors say new research could help them better understand how to prevent alzheimer's i'm chris martinez
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what they're finding the brain of wine experts, coming up." up." 3 plus -- get ready to pay more for shipping...we'll tell you about some price changes coming to the u-p-s 3 and -- you can drive a remote- controlled car from your laptop at home... all while helping save an endangered species...we'll explain after
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in today's health watch --- danish researchers have linked childhood ?body asthma.in a study involving more than 300-thousand people --- researchers found young adult men admitted to the hospital with asthma-- were usually underweight as children.while young adult women were usually overweight as children. 3 in another study -- researchers in the u-k say children who measured small as fetuses are at an increased risk for asthma.the study tracked 2-thousand pregnant mothers, measured their
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the health of the children as they grew older. 3 if you think antibacterial soap is better than regular soap --- you may want to think again.the f-d-a has issued a final rule that throws water on those claims.the agency says there's no scientific evidence that it's any better than regular soap.the new rule also bans antibacterial soaps and body washes from being marketed any different than regular soap. 3 have you ever wondered why wine experts can taste ingredients the rest of us can't?researchers in las vegas wanted to find out...and as chris martinez reports what they found could lead to a break through in alzheimer's research. harley carbery has developed an almost super human sense of smell over the years. years.identifying the different aromatic or flavor nuances in it y'know is it a fruit, is it not a fruitas a wine connoisseur or sommelier - he says he can detect almost
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very floral... now research shows - that keen sense of smell - has developed his brain there's just a lot more activity there...dr. sarah banks did brain scans on 13 sommelier's and 13 "non-experts" as they smelled various scents of wines and fruits.she found the wine experts ?could detect scents the others could not. but she also discovered parts of their brain are biggerincluding areas susceptible to alzheimer'. alzheimer's.the fact that the bigger are those parts that are most vulnerable to diseases like alzheimer's or parkinson's bodes pretty well for the sommeliers it suggests that they might have some degree of protection.dr. banks says developing our sense of smell with wine or anything elsemight be key in growing our brains - to help sort of stopping to smell the roses a little bit, to enjoy life to think about your sensory experiences... harley says - he'll toast to that.now the best part, time to
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delta airlines says a computer outage last month cost the airline 100 million dlars in lost revenue. revenue.the malfunction caused 23-hundred of its flights to be canceled. delta also reported passenger revenue for august fell by more than 9 percent compared to a year ago. 3 get ready to pay more for your packages to get hipped. u-p-s says it will increase its daily ground and air serv the higher pres will go into effect right after the busy christmas shipping season. the freight rates will take effect later this month. 3 many of us do it --- pay a pretty penny for a gym membership we hardly ever use. well now some gyms are offering a money back guarantee if you ?don't? get in shape. cbs news correspondent jill wagner reports on how it all works. natsat this manhattan gym...
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you get your money back. at first, rob finn thought it was too good to be true. "i thought there had to be hundreds of loopholes so that refunds would never be a possibility." but he gave it a shot... it's been four months... and he's lost thirty pounds. jeff halevy is the owner of the gym, halevy life... and came up with the idea of a fitness guarantee. "i think the problem is the entire industyr is notion of accountability and these unused gym memberships tha absolutely nowhere." the fitness guarantee is based on five criteria... strength, fat and muscle mass, flexibility and cardio-- not weiloss. "if are members haven't improved in at least 3 outof these 5 areas in their first 90 days, we give them all of their money back, all of their membership dues." a handful of gyms across the country are offering moneyback guarantees
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magazine says make sure you read the fine print. "you have to be careful with 100% money back guarantees, you have to know who you're going into business with, what their track history is, what the 100% guarantee entails." finn works in accounting and likes seeing results in black and white. "the numbers are actually good." and with this investment--- he's very happy--- 'not' to get his money back. in new york, jill wagner, cbs news . 3 good news for anyone driving this labor day-- prices at the pump are at a twelve year low. the national average for a gallon of regular is 2-21 today -- here in milwaukee it's a penny less. that's 20 cents cheaper than this time last year.the summer of low gas prices has meant big savings for drivers. the average household is expected to pocket an extra 3- hundred-20 dollars in savings this year thanks to falling gas prices. a biologist has found a way to protect an endangered species with the click of a button. button.he's found a way to scare off the predators of endangered desert tortoises
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part...while having a little fun. here's how it all works from c-n-n. "modern society is pretty much alienated from nature but there's no reason for that to be the case case"my principal concern is with "my principal to be the cae caseno reason for that to be the case case"my principal concern is with the impending extinction
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"the devices are all there we just need to make them toys
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3 your full readycast with chief meterologist drew burgyone is
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3 3 small craft advisory from 10am until 11pm for ozaukee and sheboygan counties. look for high wind, waves, and rip currents.tonight: warm and humid. winds: sw 15-25 mph. tuesday: hot and and humid with lowss around 74. winds: sw 5-10 mph.this week: scattered showers and storms arrive on wednesday and into
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thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s.upcoming weekend:
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we'll take you back out live to cool waters...where the annual doggie dip is happening right now. cool waters "human" swimming season is over and they're about to drain the pool.but first -- they're giving man's best friend a chance to take a dip and splash around. if you'd like to bring your dog out for a swim...the pool is open until
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3 now to our top story at four ---the orange fence at sherman park is gone... taken down this afternoon at the request of milwaukee county executive chris abele. the fence was first removed yesterday 3 the fence has been in place for about three weeks now... officer-involved shooting sparked two nights of unrest. unrest.but today the unty executive said it's time to move forward. forward."we're right now working to get down the fence as fast as we can and we're returning the park to normal hours, operating hours which means until ten. and frankly doing what we've been trying to do for awhile which is give the park back to the community." community." 3 after sheriff's deputies turned up to replace the fence
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restraining orr against clarke. a judge sided with abele enforcing normal hours at sherman park...but the fence remained overnight. then around 12:30 this afternoon parks employees removed it once and for all. while the sheriff's office is responsible for patrolling the parks and restoring order...abele says the hours are set by his office. we'll have continuing coverage on this story unfolding in the sherman park neighborhood-- coming up on the news at 9 and 10. laborfest is underway right now...at maier festival park. one thing that's on everybody's mind at th festival today is job creation. cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live with more on that...amanda. dozens of workers took to the streets here today.. to remind a stronger workforce is somethng that needs to happen
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for a little background.. laborfest is free and open to the public. the event is put on the milwaukee area labor council..local usinesses and non profits. of course as with most festivals there's live music and entertainment for all ages. while laborfest is full of family fun.. organizers want folks to remember the importance of having strong workforce here in the area. while local leaders have stressed bringing more jobs to areas like sherman park.. organizers here say ey stronger worforce.. no matter the zip code. 3 "the folks that are unemployed, the folks that are still looking for work. the people that have been out of work for a long time. we work for them and they may not even know it. we do everything that we possibly can to grow the workforce. because if you have a workforce that's growing you have a labor movement that's dying and we're not about that. 3 the festival ends in less than an hour. organizers estimate that about five thousand people made it to today's event. live in mke. ad cbs 58

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