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good morning everyone. it's tuesday, september 6-th.i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kate chappell... here's what we're working on this morning... veterans get to hit the links for free today at a golf course in lake geneva . details in just a couple of minutes. they're going to need water out on the greens.it's going to be hot today!in fact, it's already warm.meteorologist michael schlesinger has a look at the current conditions. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) ) warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75
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and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather shouldn't impact the morning commute.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor. there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for a traffic switch.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo te i-41 nb system ramp at the zoo will be closed for a traffic switch.the i-94 eb to i-41/us- 45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for our ?top? story at five---jury selection begins today... in the trial of a man accused of starting a ?deadly house fire.? fire.?police believe michael morgan intentionally started
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milwaukee children last fall. cbs 58's julie parise is live at the milwaukee county courthouse with our look ahead. julie? family members say michael morgan and his wife were going through a divorce -- and they believe he set fire to her house knowing the children were inside.that home was at 36th and silver spring. morgan is charged with arson and two counts of first degree reckless homicide. he plead not guilty to the crime last november. during the investigation, policy accelerant was found throughout the first floor of that home. 2 year tay-naj-ah morgan and her cousin, 10-year-old kevin little died in the fire. four other children and their grandmother made it out of that house. we spoke with tay-naj-ah's mother after the fire last year. lakeasha rice/mother: "i don't let my kids go nowhere, i don't let them out of my sight, and for me to let her go one day and not see her again...it hurts really bad. and it's something that i'll never get over." over."
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also facing two counts of bail jumping.jury selection starts today at 8:15.live in mke im jp cbs 58 you might expect local parks to be ?bustling with activity? on labor day--- but that wasn't the case at "sherman park"-- a milwauke park at the center of a high profile ?political struggle? over the park's hours of operations. as milwaukee county park workers rolled up the bright orange fence yesterday afternoon put up by the sheriff's office after the un barbeque on labor day. county executive chris abele and sheriff david clarke are heading back to court tomorrow to discuss the 10-pm closing time. over the weekend a county judge said clarke refusing to show up in court was a quote "contemptuous act". we have an update on a crash we first told you about on the cbs 58 morning news yesterday. we've learned a ?51-year-old man from atlanta? was hurt in a motorcycle crash. it happened yesterday morning on highway 164 near good hope
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man was taken by flight for life to a hospital.there's no word yet on his condition. 3 that crash was one of ?several? in the past few days. at harley davidson... a transportable high end rider education facility- or 'the ref'... was on hand yesterday to teach riders the basics of motorcycle safety.safety expert bill murphy suggests taking safety classes. and if you don't have the experience to do something... don't do it. 25:15- 27 if you're going down the highway and you see something particularilarily you're going to be able to beat it, because if you don't have the experience, you're not going to 3 3 riders are also encouraged to wear proper gear like helmets, gloves, and boots.murphy says drivers should look twice for motorcycles on the road. 3 traffic was backed up for miles along i-94 in waukesha county yesterday afternoon. a semi ?tipped over?--- blocking two eastbound lanes near mooreland.no word yet on what caused the crash -- or whether
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a historic school house in brown county is destroyed by fi. fire.the flames broke out happened yesterday morning in the town of rockland. rockland.firefighters first tried to put out the flames from the outside...but eventually had to bring in equipment to tear the building apart.the former lincoln school was built in 19-22.the town of rockland later used it as a town hall until 19-99. firefighters say the building's interior made it difficult to get the fire under control "access--being a larger building, larger structure-- there's a lot of interior walls. it's an old school house, so there's a lot of interior walls that...a lot of basically rooms in there, compartments, that we can't get at without taking it apart." apart." 3 the owner of the building says... it's been empty for about 15 years. the brown county fire task force is investigating. for the second time during the holiday weekend... another dead crow in our area has tested positive for west nile virus. the janesville gazette says the crow was found in rock
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officials say it's the first bird found infected in the county since surveillance for the mosquito-transmitted virus began in may.on friday- milwaukee county health officials found a crow in this area. officals say it means county residents need to take more precautions to prevent mosquito bites.. even as the mosquito season winds down. the illinois legislature is now getting involved in the case of the "fox lake police officer" who made his suicide look like he was ?shot in the line of duty.? charles gliniewicz's widow "melodie"... has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges schemes the couple had with a youth program. she's also applied for his state pension benefits. lawmakers want to prohibit pension benefits for a survivor of an official ... if the beneficiary is guilty of crimes connected to the deceased relative. investigators say the money was used for mortage payments as well as entertainment and adult websites. in campaign 2016... "hacking hillary" is trending on social media. hillary clinton
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candidate joked that donald trump was to blame.but the trump campaign had different reasons for the coughing spell. mary moloney explains. (nats)instead of the substance of her speech -- what some may take away from hillary clinton's labor day rally was the catch in her throat.(cough cough)the candidate taking the break in stride. stride.hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "everytime i think about trump, i get allergic."(cough, cough, cough)the trump campgn responding.campaign manager kellyanne conway tweeting: "must be allergic to media. finally spent a minute w/ them."(nats)(hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "hey guys, welcome to our big plane! so excited."the clinton camp -- bringing the traveling media on board.(reporter): "have you missed us?"(hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "i was just waiting for this moment."not to be outdone -- donald trump also invited a small batch of reporters onto trump-force-one. trump-force-one.donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate): "many of the attorney generals
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another at the same ohio airport.a clean sign the fall election season has begun.but for clinton -- fall also means fits like these(hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "attack american institutions so...cough...can i get some water... " interruptions she blames on seasonal allergies.(reporter): "are you concerned about conspiracy theories about your health?"(hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate): "i'm not concerned about the conspiracy theories. there are so many of them that i've lost track of them."i'm mary moloney reporting. 3 looking ahead this morning .... veterans get to golf for free in lake geneva today. it's part of hawk's view golf club's "veterans appreciation day."the 4-person scramble and shotgun starts at 10 this morning at "como crossings"--- a 5-star rated golf course. vets also get free breakfast and lunch. the club says it's their way of saying thank you to the military. 3 the packers regular season starts on sunday-- an away game against the jacksonville jaguars.
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trade to the chicago bears is getting a lot of attention on social media. now the bears general manager "ryan pace"... is giving more details about why sitton made the move to the packers rival. for the bears it was about moving quickly and taking advantage of the packers salary cap problem that made him available in the first place. pace said sitton wanted to play in the division against the packers. 3z zryan pace/bear general manager: "he was attracted to the situation. he told me him ans lot. they really liked the city. i think he liked staying in the division. we had a clear vision on how he would be utilized here.. he has friends on this roster.. kyle young being one of them." them." in the meantime packers left guard lane taylor will be his replacement.sitton will have his chance to meet his old team on the playing field when the bears come to lambeau field october 20th.
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3 there ...some new menu items at lambeau this season.earlier this summer, we told you about the 'travel wisconsin club' concession stand at lambeau.it features pot roast sandwiches, pasties, and a fish fry. fry.a few other items of interest -- the foot-ling jalapeno popper brat... a poutine with fries, cheese curds, bacon, sour cream and green onions...also buffalo chicken and loaded b-b-q pork friesand for dessert... a cheesecake cone. 3 fans who attended saturday's
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were asked to make a donation to help the victims of the recent flooding in louisiana.a tweet from lambeau field says fans donated 11-thousand dollars. the money will go to red cross relief efforts in and around baton rouge. coming up ...officials in south carolina are on the hunt for the person threatening muslim and jewish high school students. 3 plus .. president obama speaks out about the 49ers quarterback ... who has recently refused to stand for the national anthem. 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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forecast...to and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening
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forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and showers and storms. high: 75 forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly
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of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather shouldn't impact the morning commute.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of along the i-894 south corridor. there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for a traffic switch.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 wb to i-41 nb system ramp at the zoo will be closed for a traffic switch.the i-94 eb to i-41/us- 45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo 3
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making news around the nation...authorities in south carolina are searching for the person threatening jewish and muslim high school students. students.they were tipped off by another student... who told them he had ?met the person online.?that teenager says... he knew he ?had to do something? when the person posting started talking about hitler and nazis. "i feel like when there is numerous es threatened and that i would feel guilty and i would be the one held responsible and i could be in major trouble for not reporting something like this if it did happen." happen." the district says... it's putting more police officers at schools around the area until a suspect is caught. 3 the latest major california wildfire... is burning through the ?northern? part of the stat. state. the "happy camp" fire has grown to more than 25-thousand acres since it started this weekend.mandatory evacuations are underway in the surrounding communities.more
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3 people in oklahoma are bracing for the aftershocks of a relatively large earthquake over the weekend. weekend. the 5-point-6 magnitude quake... hit about 100 miles north of oklahoma city saturday morning.geologists say... some of the ?stronger aftershocks?... could nearly match the original. "i don't mean to be an alarmist but there could a high magnitude 4 aftershock so people should be prepared." prepared.""magnitude 5's occured in oklahoma maybe once every 50 to 100 years, naturally occuring earthqs, years, you've had 3 earthquakes over magnitude 5." 5." saturday's earthquake was the ?most powerful? ever recorded in oklahoma. 3 3 in news from around the world - - at least 24 people died when two bombs went off in afghanistan yesterday afternoon.91 others were hurt. it happened near the country's defense ministry headquarters. the taliban claims to be behind the attacks. 3 president obama is leaving the g-20 economic summit...
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syria.... and no resolution with china. the president hoped to broker a deal with "vladimir putin" to coordinate air strikes against isis in syria. but at the last minute -- russia pulled back. the president said.. the alliance would have meant ?big progress? in fighting isis. 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." 3 the mideast crisis overshadowed president obama's main mission at the g-20 summit--- to bridge tension with china whose aggressive military expansion in asia has raised some concerns. before leaving -- the president was also asked about the protests by 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick... who has refused to stand for the national anthe. anthem."i'd rather have young people, who are engaged in the argument and trying to think through how they can be part
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than people who are just sitting on the sidelines, not paying attention, at all." all." kaepernick says he will not stand until the country takes steps to address what he calls the oppression of minorities. 3 another high-profile athlete is joining in kaepernick's protest.u-s women's national soccer team player "megan rapinoe".... was seen kneeling during the national anthem during a club match in seattle yesterday.rapinoe is a lesbian and says.... she understands why the 49ers quartck taken such a public stand.a handful of other nfl players have also stood behind kaepernick. coming up ...a sand sculpture of justin beiber's face is vandalized at a new york state fair. what police say may have happened. 3 plus ... this 5-year-old is thanking the men and women in blue.his special surprise ...
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dan krebbiel: i'm dan krehbiel -- a vietnam combat veteran. we don't need politicians playing games with attack ads. there's a better way. i've read russ feingold's plan. he goes after the terrorists' oil money and arms supplies. he combines targeted military force with better human intelligence. and, he'll work to get middle eastern states to take on the terrorists in their own backyard. realistic plan to protect america. russ vo: i'm russ feingold and i
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fair officials in new york state say... a sand sculpture of justin bieber's face was ?destroyed? last week. 3 the sand sculpture exhibit is among the new york state fair's most popular attractions each year.this year's exhibit features popular musicians and performers from the past few decades.the exhibit theme fair's grandstand... which was demolished in january.state police believe a fair-goer- possibly intoxicated- fell into the sculpture. 3 "chevy chase"... has checked into rehab.a spokesman for the actor tells t-m-z and "e
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is being treated for an ?alcohol-related issue? at a treatment center in minnesota. the spokesman called the rehab visit a "tune up"---adding that chase wants to be the best he can be.this is ?not? the first time the actor has sought treatment for "addiction issues."back in 19-86... chase entered the betty ford center to deal with a ?painkiller addiction.? ( 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: very warm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75
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and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. 3 3 morningweather shouldn't impact the morning commute.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor. there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for a traffic switch.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 wb to i-41 nb system ramp at the zoo
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a little boy wanted to do something on labor day-- so he put together a plan. plan.a thank you to police. police.5-year-old "william evertz" -- dressed in his own blues -- and brought an police department" in new jersey.when he got there -- they gave him his own badge and a plaque as a thank you. coming up in our next half
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state.drug overdoses.what leaders are doing to fix the problem. 3 plus--- an overnight house fire in fond du lac. we'll have the latest. 3 a live look over ..... you're watching the cbs 58 morning
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00;1;45 we're seeing an uptick
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general, but especially with your opioid and your heroin oves overdoses now at 5:30 - preventing drug o. overdoses..what state and local leaders are doing to fight the deadly trend. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...a new ramp closure is now in place until the end of the month plus a busy overnight is ahead with multiple closures around the zoo interchange...those details and an update on your tuesday morning drive is coming up in ready traffic. 3 good morning.. it's tuesday, september 6-th.i'm jessica tigh. tighe.and i'm kate chappell. heat and humidity return... just in time for back to work and school after the long holiday weekend. we begin with meteorologist michael schlesinger to help get you ready for the day. michael? 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm
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showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 new this morning..several people are displaced... after a house fire in fond du lac. lac.it happened just before ten last night at 4-th street and fond du lac avenue. avenue.when crews arrived on the scene they saw smoke and
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put out the fire.. but not before it caused smoke and heat damage. the cause of the fire is still under investigation... but the fire department says the origin appears to be the dryer.no one was hurt and everyone was able to get out. the red cross is now helping people who lived there. 3 now to a "developing" story--- the milwaukee county medical examiner is investigating a ?dozen? suspected drug overdose deaths in 72 hours. hours.the m-e tweeted about the alarming number... with the hashtag "dose of reality." that's t n campaign.this comes just weeks after the governor signed an order that allows ?all pharmacies in the state? to dispense "naloxone" without a prescription.that's a drug that ?reverses? an overdose. bill walmsley, paramedic supervisor, bell ambulance 00;02;20 if you have a family member of al oved one that you suspect has overdosed and you have the drug readily available, it can be the difference between life and death. 3 the medical examiners's office says... as of july 31- st...they've had 161 drug overdose deaths in the county this year.
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milwaukee county executive chris abele is criticizing the milwaukee common council's new safety plan.he says the recommendations in the report will cost the city and county hundreds of millions of dollars. abele says he doesn't know where the money would come from.. without raising taxes or cutting services somewhere else.meanwhile- milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm tells cbs 58.. he specifically questions the recommendation of bootcamps for at-risk youth. chisholm"i think what people were really hoping for were much more thoughtful longer-term analysiof you address both issues related to economics and to public safety as well."abele "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 asi" asinine." 3 alderman bob donovan- who was in charge of the safety plan- had no comment. 3 cbs 58 is airing a special report on violence in the city of milwaukee.you'll hear from local leaders -- and also
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amanda: 02:15:37 when the media, when the people, when the family members you didn't expect -- when people go away, when the funeral is over what is life like for you? 02:15:50 ramona: 02:15:56 your food 3 tastes different, you see the world different. you have on a red dress right now, but if i am in that state of mind it might look pink. 02:16:05lisa: 02:17:33 it's a movie. every birthday, when it birthday... :02:17:40 02:17:44 it's a movie that plays over and over again. 02:17:46 3 "milwaukee at a crossroads" airs commercial-free tonight at seven.we hope you'll join us and become part of the conversation. looking ahead--- a milwaukee man charged with ?attacking a firefighter?... will learn his fate in court today. today.investigators say... "travis babbs" and others chased firefighters who were responding to a ?medical emergency? near 60-th and capitol.it happened back in september during a vigil for a motorcylist who had been
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investigators say... babbs grabbed one of the firefighters by the arm and ?shoved him into the truck.? he's charged with ?felony battery?... and faces up to six years in prison.his sentencing hearing is set for 8:30 this morning. 3 "mississippi university for women" is creating a scholarship to honor two nuns-- one with wisconsin ties-- who were killed. both women worked as nurse practitioners in one of the poorest parts of the country. the "sister margaret held and sister paula merrill graduate nursing scholarship" will be awarded to a graduate nursing student who served area.. or does charitable work.sister held was a wisconsin native. she and merrill were found stabbed to death in their home in mississippi in august. 46-year-old rodney earl sanders of kosciusko, mississippi has been charged in their deaths.funerals for both women were held on friday. sister merrill's funeral was in kentucky. services for sister held were in wisconsin. 3 in our campaign 20-16 coverage---take note... if you're thinking about donating to one of the presidential cand. candidates.the better business
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we enter the home stretch of campaign season.cbs 58's kyle aevermann, joins us live from the newsroom with a closer look at the scam. kyle? it doesn't matter which candidate your leaning towards, scammers are targeting all voters..... in hopes of getting your personal information. here's how it works. someone calls you claiming to respresent one of the political candidates.... hoping you'll donate to the campaign.something that's pretty common during the election season....but the better business bureau says scammers are often pushy and they ask for information like your name, address and credit card number.....sometimes, even your social security number...the bbb says providing that information puts you at risk for fradulent charges and identity theft. theft.so what can you do to avoid,being victim? victim?donate directly to the campaign through their website or local campaign office. office.and official pollsters will never ask for your personal or banking information. information.and although your caller id may say that someone
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fake this using phone number spoofing technology. to learn about this scam and others, visit our website. cbs 58.com and click on the savy consumer tab to check out scamtracker. 3 toss to weather... 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers,
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morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight:
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wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather shouldn't impact the morning commute.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor. there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for a traffic switch.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 wb to i-41 nb system ramp at the zoo will be closed for a traffic switch.the i-94 eb to i-41/us- 45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.plan on slow conditions as you travel through the area.another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a
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place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time.current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo...mequon rd to downtown is... it's a concept getting a lot of attention.a local village proposing to ?charge retailers? for shoplifting complaints. the somers village board of trustees in kenosha county... met with walmart officials last week to ?hash out concerns.? the proposed ordinance would require businesses to pay a ?500 dollar fine? for each shoplifting call over 20 calls in a month. trustees will discuss the proposal at the somers village hall at 5:30
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milwaukee county is looking into expanding the oak leaf tra. trail.the extension would connect the oak leaf trail with the rock sports complex.. the city of franklin commercial center.. and the planned franklin-muskego bike trail systems.the paved trail would be about a half-mile long.. and take users through the root river parkway.there will be an open house on the proposed expansion next tuesday, september 13-th at 4-30 at the root river parkway picnic shelter. 3 a new mural is slowly taking form... on a wall at the "wisconsin black historical societse the painting is called "the gift" -- a vision of pittsburgh's "george (jist)"-- who's ?orginally? from brew cit. city.the mural at 26-th and center will represent africans who came to america and ?made contributions? to the country. museum leaders say... even in this early stage--- the mural is ?attracting a lot of attention.? "people are stopping by, playing drums, dancing and praising the wall, they're doing all kinds of
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wall." 3 volunteers have made ?significant contributions? to help get the mural up.that includes the lift for the artist to stand on -- which came from "franklin equipment." a longtime swim coach will be honored at nicolet high school . today.coach dwight davis retired earlier this year.and today the school and community will celebrate his achievements. he'll be presented with a plaque for his dedicated service to the swim program.the community- including current students, alumni and faes in on the celebration tonight...it's at 6 ahead of the girls swim meet. today is the ?final free day of the season... at "boerner botanical gardens" in hales cor. corners.you can check out the ?flourishing garden spaces?... or the popular fairy garden in the "herb garden." garden."get in for for free from eight this morning until dusk. when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news... we'll introduce you to our pet of the week!an adorable little kitten in need of his forever home. 3
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grocery store!what you'll notice the next time you check
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it's tuesday... time to introduce you to our pet of the week!barb lucius-- from the wisconsin humane joins us this morning with "billy jo" what a cutie... how old is he? - tell us about billy jo... -he's 2 months old?- what's
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story? -how did they get to the humane society? 3 a fun way to help out he humance society coming up! at the brewers give-back game.how
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414-animals 3 3 in your "money watch" this morning - a group of companies and liquidators have bid 243 (m) million dollars at a bankrupticy auction for the teen clothing retailer--- ?aero. ?aeropostale. if approved - the deal could potentially keep 229 of its 800 stores open. the retaer for chapter 11 in may--- citing strong ?online? competition. 3 you might notice something the next time you go to the grocery store -- ?lower food prices.?the country's food supply has been ?steadily growing?... while demand has declined in overseas markets like china.that means lower prices.in the past year--- the average price of a dozen eggs has dropped nearly 40 percent. a gallon of milk is about 40 cents cheaper... and ground beef is down about 50 cents. it's hard to tell... how
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last-- so enjoy them now. 17-24"i would say i can save anywhere from about 25 dollars to 50 dollars on my grocery bills in comparison to last year." 1:31-38"i think that's anybody's guess right now, what we're hearing it could go through the end of the year and possibly into the first part of next year." 3 3 the government has already tried to boost the dairy industry... by buying 20 (m) million dollars worth of cheese, which will be given to food banks. 3 the i-phone seven is expected to be the major headliner tomorrow.the company will also begin a major sweep of the app store... getting rid of buggy or defunct programs... or those that don't comply with company guidelines. if an app is deleted, don't worry.the company says it won't erase the program off your account unless you get rid of it yourself.
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when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news... a sight to see in kansas kansassee what had people flocking to a farm there. 3 and - their picture went viral. what the fsu football star did to step up his game off the field...in the eyes of one young bo 3 a live look over.....on the
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dan krebbiel: i'm dan krehbiel -- a vietnam combat veteran. there's a better way. i've read russ feingold's plan. he goes after the terrorists' oil money and arms supplies. he combines targeted military force with better human intelligence. and, he'll work to get middle eastern states to take on the terrorists in their own backyard. russ feingold offers a tough, realistic plan to protect america. russ vo: i'm russ feingold and i
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a pretty and popular attraction in kansas. many people traveled to the flower fields at grinter's farm over the weekend.. to see the spectacular display of sunflowers.so many people in fact... traffic was backed up
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there were even several crashes, and the highway patrol had to be called in to help. yesterday afternoon the farm closed.. so the traffic could clear out. it did later re-open. 3 toss to weather... 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast... and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and evening
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forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly cloudy. high: 83friday: chance of afternoon and showers and storms. high: 75 forecast...today: very warm and humid; pop up storm possible. high: 92tonight: showers, storms likely. low: 74 wednesday: scattered showers, storms. high: 87thursday: morning shower or storm possible. otherwise partly
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of afternoon and evening showers and storms. high: 75 3 3 in trending "fsu" takes on 11th ranked "ole miss" in orlando...it was a big game!but for one young boy, it was the game of his life.bo paske was fsu wide receiver travis rudolph's guest of honor. honor.the seminoles player... gave bo a ?football jersey?... along with tickets to the season opener! "this week has been an absolute blast and i cant
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whole team" team" rudolph made headlines last week... by performing an ?act of kindness?... while visiting a tallahassee elementary school.he noticed a young boy was eating lunch alone in the school cafeteria.... so he sat next to him. that boy was bo--- a young boy with autism. the two ?ate lunch together? and became fast friends.bo's mom got a photo of the f-s-u player sitting with her son... and shared it on facebook with a viral!she says... she's grateful for rudolph's kindness.now bo has something to cherish for a long time. stay close...your top stories are coming up at the top of
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and i'm julie parise...you're watching the cbs 58 morning news 3 good morning.today is tuesday september 6th.back to work and school today!we hope you had a wonderful long weekend.thanks for joining us.... i'm kate cha. chappell.and i'm jessica tighe. prepare for the heat!the humidity too.let's get your forecast right off the top here.meterologist michael schlesinger is getting you ready for the day. 3 let's get you started with a check of the forecastit's going to be hot today!here's meteorologist michael schlesinger with ready weather. 3 3
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