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3 flooding ?closes a school?--- and--- several streets in a city in ?dodge county.this is a ?live? look from "mayville" right now. drivers are being asked to ?stay off? the roads.? good afternoon everyone.i'm jessica tighe.mike strehlow is "on assignment."heavy rain is causing problems northwest of us.we'll go back to mayville in just a moment--- but first - -- there's a ?flood watch? in effect for parts of ?our? area. lets get straight to meteorologist ?rebecca schuld? for the details. 3
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a warning at noon from the mayville police department. downpours overwelmed the city's sewer system... and the roads are ?not? safe. safe.cbs 58's ?amanda devoe? is live in in dodge county to show us.amanda. right now you can see crews working to divert some of the
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police chief chris macniell says two schools are affected by the flooding in mayville, park view elementary and st. john's lutheran school. sand bagging is happening at both schools. both of these are located in a low area which is subject to flooding. crews are attempting to divert the water away from both schools before more rains come to the area. st. john's has been evacuated due to the flooding.three streets are closed due to flooding; th street , horicon street, and bridge street west of muzzy street. mutual aid has been requested from area fire departments.
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the battle over control of milwaukee's sherman park--- the area near recent violence on the city's north side--- moves to the courtroom today. today.cbs 58's ?jacob kittilstad?... is live outside the "milwaukee county courthouse" with the update. 3 3 this hearing is basically the sequel to the political drama - started sunday - between milwaukee county sheriff david clark and milwaukee county executive chris abele. court proceedings...milwaukee county circuit court judge david hansher issued a temporary restraining order on the actions of the sheriff's department.earlier in the day - sheriff clark had directed deputies to re-install fencing at the park taken down by other crews that morning... ?and? he ordered a further restriction of operating hours there.sunday's decision meant all that had to come to a stop. today...judge hansher will decide whether or not to make that restraining order ?permanent?.hansher previously agreed with abele on his authority to re-open the
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compelling reason to keep restrictions going. 3 3 (-sot-)judge david hansher / milwaukee county circuit court 5;53;58"i understand for a short period of time the sheriff closing the park at night but again there is nothing in the record to indicate that closing the park is serving any public good. i'm familiar with that area. i've live in that area. i went to peckham high school." 3 the hearing is set to start at 2 p-m.we'll have an update for you at 4 & 5.live in milwaukee...jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. 3 milwaukee police are investigating ?three? armed robberies overnight- all involving restaurants. restaurants.the robberies happened within 90 minutes of each other. the ?first? at 4:50 this morning... at the denny's near 27-th and howard. 40 minutes later--- ?another? denny's was robbed near 76-th and brown deer.then around six--- a george webb's near ?oakland and locust? was hit. police are now trying to figure out... if they're all connected.police say... two robbers are involved... and and at least one is ?female.?
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?death on the train tracks? in pewaukee.it happened around 11:30 last night.a train hit a woman who was on the tracks near "oakton and clark."we now know... the train's engineer ?sounded the horn?... and ?applied the emergency break?--- but couldn't stop before hitting the person.the engineer and conductor have been taken ?off duty?-- that's canadian pacific's policy in situations like this.the name of the victim has not been released yet. 3 police in oconomowoc are investigating a homicide at the "river place apartments." authorities say... a monday night.no word yet on the ?cause? of death. authorities expect to release more information today. back-to-school shopping next year... may be ?less expensive? in wisconsin. wisconsin.just about 45 minutes ago... governor scott walker announced the creation of a back-to-school ?sales tax holiday? in the state. the proposal still needs approval from the legislature.but if approved--- you could save money on school supplies, clothing and computers. the
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?our area? to make the announcement.that's this afternoon at kohl's in meonomonee falls. happening now--- the skywalk design on the bucks ?new arena?... is facing another hurdle ahead of construction. this is what the skywalk would look like... when it's completed in 20-18. the plan passed a ?design committee? last month.today it's up for approval with the city's ?public works committee.? the bridge would go across juneau... and connect the parking structure to the ?third level? of the new arena's ?main concourse.? the committee is meeting right now. look for updates on the cbs 58 news at 4 and 5. 3 also happening right now--- the bucks are kicking off their "own the future" tour in downtown milwaukee.the "tipoff event" is outside roundy's headquarters on wisconsin avenue.the tour will take bucks rookies-- like "thon maker"-- across the state to interact with fans. bango... the bucks dancers... and the rim rockers will join the crew. crew.the tour goes through next week.here's a look at the stops tomorrow.they'll be in
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fort mccoy... viroqua.... dodgeville... and prairie du chien. get ready to cheer for the ?green and gold.?the packers start their ?regular? season on sunday.they play the jaguars down in jacksonville. cbs 58's ?earl arms? is with the team in green bay.the players only have a couple more days to prepare, earl. 3 3 3 3 3 it has the community talking today.cbs 58 aired a special last night... discussing how the citys' violence has
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local leaders are doing to ?stop? the violence. violence.during "milwaukee at a crossroads"---- we talked with five families who have lost children to gun violence. we also expanded that conversation to ?leaders? who have the power to make a difference. here's a look.... flynn "none of the people from sherman park participated in that rioting. none of them. that was not a sherman park riot."sheriff david clarke clarke:13:38:20 i've been seeing this thing brewing for decades. ramona "but i'm angry that nobody in broad daylight, that that bullet can affect somebody else except for the person that you're shooting." shooting." you can watch the ?entire special? at cbs-58-dot-com.the conversation is also happening on twitter-- with hashtag #m-k-e crossroads. coming up at noon--- donald trump and hillary clinton... set their sites on ?new york? today.we have an
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plus--- scientists may have discovered a "fountain of youth."a place where people seem to be living longer ?and?
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in your campaign 20-16 coverage---donald trump and hillary clinton... are focusing on the ?military... veterans... and foreign policy? this week. trump is making a case for an ?expanded? military.... while clinton suggests trump is ?unfit? to be commander in chief. weijia jiang has the latest. (pkg)donald trump wants to expand america's military...but he doesn't want to send soldiers to fight foreign wars.(sot: donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "?i believe in a foreign policy based on our national interests, that focuses on stability."trump and hillary clinton will both participate in a forum focused on veterans tonight.(gfx nbc/survey monkey poll)according to a new nbc news/survey monkey poll, trump holds an almost 20-point lead over clinton with military and veteran voters. but clinton is more trusted with the use of nuclear weapons.(s?ot: sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee)"he's very loose in his talk about nukes. he said he doesn't care if other countries get them, doesn't know why they haven't
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white house)republicans continue to question clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. trump says the controversy is worse than watergate.(sot: donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "our foreign enemies were in a position to hack our most sensitive national security secrets."(gfx)congressman jason chaffetz is also asking the u-s attorney in dc to find out why a computer specialist deleted secretary clinton's email archives in march...?after? a congressional subpoena had been issued.(s nominee)"the fbi resolved all of this. their report answered all the questions. the findings included debunking his latest conspiracy theories."wednesday morning - the state department announced all but one of the 15 thousand emails the f-b-i recently discovered had already been turned over. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. the mayor of green bay is facing ?three misdemeanor charges?..... after a 20-month investigation into his
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plead ?guilty? as part of a plea agreement.that's according to the milwaukee county district attorney's office.... which is acting as a ?special prosecutor? in the case.in january of last year- three green bay aldermen called for an ?audit? of schmitt's funds---- pointing to 10-thousand dollars worth of ?illegally recorded contributions? to schmitt's re- election campaign.the contributions ?exceeded the limit? placed on campaign donations by state law.the mayor released a lengthy statement today... after the chares were announced. announced.he admits to making mistakes in the handling ?not? say... if plans to resign. it was a ?soggy? commute for many people driving into work this morning.we captured this video in milwaukee-- near pius high school.you can see the buses rolling by too. some ?light rain? falling down on the streets.the flowers ?got a little loving? from mother nature.that's always nice. wet walks for the dogs though.have to wipe those paws off when they come inside.let's see if we have ?more? rain in the
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today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as 900. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: lingering showers and storms possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-15 mph.end of the week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower chance in the morning. staying warm in the 80s thursday before cooling slightly into the upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as 900. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: lingering showers and storms possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-15 mph.end of the week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower
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before cooling slightly into the upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as 900. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: lingering showers and storms possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower chance in the morning. staying warm in the 80s thursday before cooling slightly into the upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as
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tonight: lingering showers and stor possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-15 mph.end of the week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower chance in the morning. staying warm in the 80s thursday before cooling slightly into the upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. 3 today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours storms are possible. stays hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as 900. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: lingering showers and storms possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-15 mph.end of the week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower chance in the morning. staying warm in the 80s thursday before cooling slightly into the upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday.
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scientists may have discovered a 'fountain of youth'--- a particular region of italy--- where people seem to be living longer ?and? healthier! healthier!it's called a place where the mayor estimates... about one in ten people are over the age of 90. the university of california-san diego is working with a univeristy in rome right now on a pilot-study... to look at those "super-agers.? (seth:) can you list what makes these people different? (dr. maisel:) // they have less alzheimer's, they have less cataracts, they have less bone fractures // we don't see any heart failure - they have high blood pressure - but the heart // seems good // so
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are lot of theories...the research team thinks... the local diet--- rich in fresh fish... locally grown fruit and vegetables... likely plays an imporant role. but they say more research needs to be done. 3 up next--- it's your "money watch" report. we're talking about a yummy combination.brunch and coffee. see how one company is hoping
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in today's "money watch" report... american employers advertised a ?record number? of open jobs in july.that's a sign hiring ?may stay healthy?... despite a slowdown last month. month.the labor department says... job openings jumped ?four percent? to five- point-87 (m) million--- slightly above the ?previous peak? in april. the data dates back to december 2000.
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company is unveiling all its latest electronic devices at its "fall launch event" in san francisco.the iphone 7 is the ?most anticipated? one.the new smartphone is expected to have 3 ?more storage?... a better 3 camera.... and a new shadef have... is a ?head-phone jack.? apple has ?not? addressed that possibility--- but it has a lot of people talking. ?how about ?french toast?... with your frapuccino?starbucks is getting into the ?brunch? game-- rolling out new menu items like ?baked french toast?.... waffles.... and quiche made with ?cage free? eggs. the coffee giant is testing brunch in portland and seattle right now---- only on ?weekends? though.if it's
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here in milwaukee. 3 let's see how wall street is shaping up at noon.the dow is ?????? don't go far.we have an update
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it's time for "news on the go"--- a recap of your ?top stories? at noon. some heavy rains forced schools and intersections... to close in parts of dodge county.cbs 58's ?amanda devoe?... is in the city of mayville with more. 3 3 right now you can see crews working to divert some of the water from the flooding here on bridge street.mayville police chief chris macniell says two schools are affected by the flooding in mayville, park view elementary and st. john's lutheran school. sand bagging is happening at both
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subject to flooding. crews are attempting to divert the water away from both schools before more rains come to the area. st. john's has been evacuated due to the flooding.three streets e closed due to flooding; horicon street, and bridge street west of muzzy street.mutual aid has been requested from area fire departments. live in mayville, as cbs 58 we should find out today... whether milwaukee's "sherman park" will contine to stay open until 10... or go bto closing early at six.a hearing is scheduled this afternoon at the milwaukee county courthouse.... to settle the issue.the park has been the latest point of contention between milwaukee county sheriff "david clarke" and county executive "chris abele." milwaukee police are investigating three armed robberies overnight- all involving restaurants.they happened within 90 mintues of each other--- two denny's' and a george webb's were hit.all three involved ?two? robbers--- at least one female. milwaukee police are now
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today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. sts hot and humid with highs in the middle 80s feeling as warm as 900. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: lingering showers and storms possible but drying out by morning. still warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-15 mph.end of the week: mostly dry on thursday with just an isolated shower chance in the morning. staying warm in the 80s thursday before cooling slightly into chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. thanks for joining us at noon. be sure to join the team at
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? >> pam: we sure have missed having you around, ms. ivy. >> ivy: [ chuckles ] >> pam: you think you're gonna stay for a while? >> ivy: [ sighs ] if eric says i can rejoin the design team. >> pam: [ exhales sharply ] do that. >> ivy: jewelry design is -- it's my life, it's in my blood. it's what i was born to do. >> pam: no. i-i'm not talking about the design part. i'm talking about the working-with-quinn part. >> ivy: [ scoffs ] she's really not that bad. >> pam: [ scoffs ] not that bad? are we talking about the same quinn fuller? >> steffy: ivy? what are you doing here? >> ivy: what? i'm a forrester. why shouldn't i be here? >> pam: you know, i-i probably

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