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don't let stigma3 two schools were closed in dodge county this morning after flood waters threatend to rush into classrooms. sandbags were brought in to try and contain the street flooding in mayville. cbs 58's amanda devoe has been there all daac and cleanup efforts. efforts.she joins us now live with the latest...amanda. here at saint johns school you can see crews still working to divert some of the water from the flooding here on bridge street. the principal tells me they sent out an alert to the entire school around 9:30 this morning that flooding was happening outside and they were about to evacuate. mayville police chief chris macniell says in addition to the saint johns school, park
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affected. students and staff evacuated there around 1 this afternoon. sand bagging is happening at both schools. police say both schools are located in a low area which is subject to flooding. three streets are still closed ... that's 4thstreet , horicon street, and bridge street. dozens of volunteers, including students have been working for hours to get the flooding under control. the principal tells me she's not surprised that tom "we've got community people, we have church people, we have school people. we have friends of people who have just heard from everybody else. everybody's working hard. nobody looks real good right now, so it's fantastic but that's part of living in a small town." town." the principal of saint johns says she's not sure whether school will be in session tomorrow. she also says there
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live in mayville, ad cbs 58 meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 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 warm and muggy with temps around 80 this afternoon. lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times.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
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storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather 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 warm and muggy with temps around wind: sw 5-15 mph with some lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times.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
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upper 70s for friday. chances for scattered showers and storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and cooler weather rolls in sunday. 3 3 the battle over the fences at sherman park back in court toda. today.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live with the latest twist in this legal showdown...jacob. what was supposed to be decided here today was ??whether-or-not?? a temporary restraining order about the fences would be made permanent. instead it devolved into basically relationship counseling. right of the top...an attorney for sheriff david clarke said that his client had not been properly notified about the
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demanded the fences be taken down.they he said the entire issue was quote ?moot? because the sheriff has no plans to reinstall the fencing.judge david hansher - however - argued that this argument of authority is a result of sheriff clarke not communicating with county executive chris abele...and if ?this specific? fence issue could not be retectified there's a chance of similar problems in the future.neither clarke nor abele attended court proceedings today...but clarke's attorney says the issue of the fence - in the sheriff's eyes - is over. however - the temporary restraining order remains in court date. 3 "a county executive sued a county sheriff over whether or not an orange fee should be around a park over a weekend. i mean, that's not a major national issue." issue.""the county exec has done everything to reach out to move to consensus, to respect the position of the sheriff, to work collaboratively, and hasn't
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reciprocated." clarke's attorney also says it was the sheriff's intention to take the fencing down the week after labor day...but e judge called him out asking why the sheriff didn't share those pls with anyone.more information on that back-and- forth coming up on the news at five.live in milwaukee...jacob kittstbs 5ad...cnews. 3 the mayor of green bay has been charged following a campaign finance investigation. the milwaukee county d-a said in a statement plans to plead guilty to three misdemeanor charges. charges.they're related to his finance report during the mpaint aeges schmitt took he a donation that's over the cap and didn't report it.the mayor has released a statement saying he's been fully cooperative with the investigation. and while he doesn't agree with the findings...he is not going to fight them. 3 milwaukee police are investigating ?three? armed robberies overnight--- all involving restaurants. each
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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 trying to figure out if they're all connected. they say there are two suspects in each robbery and at least one is a woman. new details emerging in the suspicous death of a woman in o. oconomowoc.police now telling us that 34-year-old christina schuster gunshot wound to her head. her brother found her dead at the "river place apartments" monday night. police say they're looking for a man who knew schuster. and believe he may have taken her car. 3 the waukesha county medical examiner is working to identify a woman hit and killed by a train. it happened around 11:30 last night on the tracks near oakton and clark in pewaukee. the train's engineer sounded the horn and applied the emergency break --- but couldn't stop to avoid the woman.the engineer and conductor have been taken off
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pacific. investigators have not determined how the woman got onto the tracks. m-c-t-s is in a seven-million dollar defecit..and are blaming part of that on free ri. rides.the milwaukee transportation committee met today to discuss a new plan to save money.one idea is to eliminate the "go pass".the pass offers free rides to elderly and disabled citizens. officials also say ridership in general has been steadily declining for several years. "but a quote that stuck out from a grand avenue quote 'and if it wasn't for go pass, i would be stuck at home.'" 3 no decision was made this morning.county comprotoller scott manske did suggest offering a discounted fare instead of free.the 20-17 county budget will determine if go pass stays or goes "roughly 3,000 children lost their parents on 9/11 and the years since have been filled with both heartache and triumph one of those stories takes us to this clinic in vacouver washington i'm bsb
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she certainly raised some eyebrows during our special presentation last night about curbinb gun crime in milwaukee..we'll have more from cheif judge maxine white coming up. plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return
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3 milwaukee at a crossroads, cbs 58's efforts to generate conversation on solution's to gun violence. our commercial free hour special broadcast last night, chief judge maxine white...with more than 40 different courts 20 devoted to felony crimes, the chief judge in the county says the resources are there to prosecute but says to expect the courts to be the last gate keeper..will not yield the results the public craves. judge maxine white, milwaukee co. courts: the problem we have is finding intervention
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neighborhood violence to teens engaging in dasterdly acts. and so i think that the levels of incarceration and then when the people finish their term and are released if we're going to be a natn of backup we have to do something during and afteto improve the qualities of life. reporter: you worker? judge: i grew up in mississippi. people talk about a crisit not having the resources to grow up right and watching your parents suffer indgnities. i come from a time where i believe in the
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that..like for me..people need to get out of the comfort zone and provide resources. if you do more on the front end instead of larger law enforcement, judges, if we did more for prosperity we wouldn't have all these problem" problems." 3 3 you n view our entire special on our website cbs 58 dot com. please feel free to leave constructive comments there or on our cbs 58 facebook page. who do you want to hear from? and what do you want to know? cbs 58 continues to ask the community where do we go from here. 3 donald trump and hillary
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participate in a forum focusing on national security tonight.trump has tried to get a jump start by spelling out his plans for the military. cbs' weijia jiang has reports from the white house. donald trump laid out his plans for protecting the nation during at a speech in ph. philadelphia."immediately after taking office, i will ask my generals to present to me a plan within 30 days to defeat and destroy isis."trump says he wants to spend billions to beef up navy ships and fighter planes. we want to deter avoid and prevent conflict through our unquestioned military strength. strength.both trump and hillary clinton will participate in a commander in chief forum in new york this evening- where they are expected to talk about the military as well as national security.clinton was not on the campaign trail, but yesterday slammed trump for not supporting those who serve in the military.
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has been one long insult to all those who wore the uniform. clinton has picked up an endorsement from the dallas morning news, calling her the one serious candidate on the ballot. she's the fist democratic candidate the paper has backed in over seven decades.wj, cbs news, washington 3 a new poll breaks down where likely voters stand on the issue of immigration.according to the c-n-n poll-- voters are pretty much split on whether would better ndle the issue . 49-percent are with clinton and 47-percent with trump. however -- about six in ten of those surveyed oppose building a wall along the border with mexico. most also doubted that mexico would ultimately pay for that wall. two-thirds of people also oppose mass deportation according to that poll. the last remaining patient from the mass shooting at pulse nightclub in orlando -- went home from the hospital yes. yesterday.the orlando regional medical center says it treated
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operations. local hospitals are not charging the survivors for any out-of-pocket medical expenses. in june, a gunman opened fire at on innocent people on the dance floor..illing 49 people and wounding dozens more. 3 a vigil and protest was held in ferguson last night. it was for one of the lead activists during the unrest following the shooting death of michael brown. police are investigating suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. daren seals as yesterday morning. once the fire was put out...police discovered he'd been shot. last night's vigil remained peaceful about three thousand kids lost their parents on 9-11 and for many --- the trauma of that day has followed them into adul. adulthood.fifteen years later -- brook silva-braga caught up with one of the children who who as the years pass is learning to come to grips with what happened.. before matt van auken moved to portland, oregon from new jersey he finally did what he
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his father's name at the world trade center memoriali just stood there for a while and let it come out// i was like, now i can go, now i can leave the visit that finally helped him make peace with his father's death was twelve years after 9/11.we first talked to matt as the first anniversary approached.he was a rebellious 15 year old with big plans. plans.i've had sort of my dream of being a doctor// i know my dad wa succeed so he would have been happy to see me grow up and go through medical school and pass all my classes and just make a lot of money and be happy happy so how did that dream turn out? out? it turned outtoday, doctor van auken is in his final year of medical residency.but his reasons for practicing medicine have changed. instead of a lucrative specialty, he decided to become a family doctor.the moments of healing after my father's passing were
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me and said // man this sucks and sat with me. me. and you want to be that for someone else else yeah.matt says he found peace through daily meditation and yoga and annual letters to his dad."then i light the letter on fire and let it... i offer it away."last september, he wrote about his marriage to jamie. this year, he'll share the news that they're expecting a baby."i'm going to be proud to tell them what kind of grandfather was, what he taught me// that's to me the foundation of this family that jamie and i are building now. brook silva-braga, for cbs news, portland, oregon 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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3 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 3 warm and muggy with temps around 80 this afternoon. wind: sw 5-15 mph with some
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wind at times.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. 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
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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 warm and muggy with temps around 80 this afternoon. wind: sw 5-15 mph with some lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times.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 th 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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3 the new i-phone and other apple gadgets are the details and a look at the new phone...coming up. 3 and a national anthem controversy has meant big sales in the n-f-l
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3 the wait is over for you i-phone fans. apple unveiled the new i-phone seven this afternoon. cbs' chris martinez has the details on all the latest features and gadets. 3 "it makes all the things you do as expected the new phone 7 does away with the analog headphone jack, in favor of its own digital connector or wireless headphonesit also features more memory, a faster processor, and better front and back cameras - including a second telephoto lens in the high-end iphone 7 plus."this is the best camera ever made in any smartphone." smartphone."apple's updates will likely please die-hard fans, but everyday consumers may not feel as much temptation to run down to the
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first time, iphone sales fell 27 percent this year. that's partly because carriers aren't offering as many subsidies to offset the entry-level $649 price tag. tag."the big threat to apple is the potential that people are holding their phones longer, which we think is happening to a small extent. and that they start to look at the cheaper iphones and say 'that's good enough."apple also announced its second-generation apple watch, which now features a built-in gps chip and better waterproofing for sports use. tech analysts say that wearables could be the next big moneymaker for apple, which until last year was the biggest company in the world. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. perhaps the most mentioned name in sports these past couple of weeks has been colin . kaepernick...the milwaukee native and san francisco quarterback has received a combination of backlash and support for not standing during the national anthem. turns out his number seven jersey has become a top seller..surpising considering
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buying them to show solidarity for his efforts to bring racial equality to the country..or is it those who want to burn it because they take his actions as disrepect of our national and military. nfl shop-dot com--didn't ask. 3 coming up --- the green bay packers are preparing for their first regular season game...a report from lambuea field ahead. 3 and residents and emergency responders are working to get flood waters under control in dodge county. live team coverage is coming up... 3 we've got much more news and the latest on the flooding in ready weather when the news at
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3 flood waters are continuing to rise in dodge county. more emergency crews are being
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rising.we have live team coverage from the flood damaged town of mayville. mayville.cbs 58's amanda devoe is reporting on school closings but we begin with cbs 58's lindsey branwall who is reporting on the sandbagging
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3 chief chris macniell/mayville police: "and we're asking people if the road is flowing with water try not to go through it because the fast moving water could push the vehicle off the road." 3 the fire department says the rain is currently at a standstill. but if it rains they're welcoming anyone to help sandbag and serve food. reporting live in mayville lindsey ll branwa 3 our live team coverage amanda devoe...she joins us live from st. john's luthern school...which was closed today due to flooding....amanda. you can see a fire truck working to transfer the water from the street to the playground at the back of the school. check out this sand bag operation that's diverting
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crews have beeworking since around 9 this morning to get this flooding under control. the police chief says he hasn't seen flooding this bad in 10 years. the principal of saint johns says the school has been no stranger to flooding. there's been damage to the years. right now she tells me there's a 50/50 chance that 3 school will reopen tomorrow. they're currently playing it
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into the evening making sure the flooding is under control. live in mayville ad cbs 58 news. 3 you can stay up to date with all the latest flood information and the possibility of more rain headed our way with the cbs 58 mobile weather app and online at cbs 58 dot com. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today: scattered especially in the afternoon and evening. some storms could have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays warm and muggy with temps around 80 this afternoon. wind: sw 5-15 mph with some lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times.tonight:
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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 storms returns friday and saturday before sunshine and
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3 milwaukee mayor tom barrett warning tens of thousands of residents that they may have lead in their drinking water.. and should get filters. filters.1:10:11-20 the filters are very infants. if you use a filter and acceptable filter, that you can get the lead out of your water. water. at a water conference at marquette this morning, it was confirmed that around 70- thousand pipes need to be replaced in the city of milwaukee.homes built before 19-50 are more likely to have lead.the estimated cost to replace the laterals is between five and seven million dollars. the d-n-r is allocating several millions
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daycares in the city. construction on the new bucks arena will shut down a street in downtown milwaukee for at least a year and a half.cbs 58's julie parise has more on what this means for drivers. 3 alderman bauman, who sponsored this item, called it an unfortunate necessity of a large construction project. the item passed quickly without objection. this closes juneau between 6th and 4to to accommodate the construction of the new arena for close to bucks and their contractors at first thought they could work without closing the street but it became too much of a safety issue.he said though it may be an inconvenience, this is a necessary move to keep everyone safe. alderman bauman says the city is being compensated for the street closure due to a pre existing city ordinance. 3 packer nation is counting down the days...the hours...the minutes until the first regular season game this sunday. cbs 58's earl arms has
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3 in green bay right now it's 73 degrees but come game time in jacksonville, that temperature will rise about 20 degrees. game time temperature expected to be 92 come sunday's week one matchup with the jaguars. the team says though they're very much prepared for it. peppers:i don't think we're too concerned about the heat. it's been pretty hot here for the past month. the practices have been hot and humid inside so i think we're gonna be in and playing in alabama i'm kinda used to it but you come up here where it's super cold so you get used to that too. coaching point has been hydrate. we know it's gonna be hot but we'll go out there and play.hydewe've been in the heat, i practice in a sweatshirt every day it in the 80 degree weather. we're used to it, we'll be fine.coming up at 5:00, we talk about the preparation of lane taylor,
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bear. in gb ea cbs 58 news. 3 coming up --- a federal investigation has been launched into the company that makes epipens...recently scrutinized for their prices 3 and the flu shot will be the only option for protecting yourself against the flu this year...why the "flumist" is out...ahead in your health watch. 3 how we charge violent criminals is in his hands..with milwaukee at a crossroads we continue the conversation about curbing gun crime..with district attorney
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district attorney john chisholm was part of the conversation during our special commercial free presentation "milwaukee at a crossroads." now more of our interview that's never aired before and and the issue of resources to get violent offenders off the streets. 3 state pays for 87 of 120
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federal grants to pay for community proseuctors, domestic violence, children services. those special needs are federal grants. reporter: are we doing it on the cheap? 3 d.a. we have for a long we expect cops and court and corrections to deal with everything incluidng mental illness, drug abuse, children dealing with impovershment and when those problems manifest themselves they're relying on the criminal justice system for a quick solution. we have our role to play but we have
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a national priority. i'm not just talking about money. yes we need investment in criminal justice system. but it also means community partnerships. an example would be realy exciting. right now you have five anchor institutions on the near west side of milwaukee. that's marquette university , aurora, potowotoami, harley miller coors who are investing int he area. they are 3 you can watch our special commercial free hour on the topic that aired last night on our website at cbs 58 dot com. we want you to join the conversation. who do you want to hear from? and what do you think could bring a solution?
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the cbs 58 faceok pag the u-s attorney general's office is investigating the maker of epipens. drug maker "mylan" has come under fire for its pricing of the drug. drug.a two pack of the life saving allergy medicine is 600 dollars --- a 500 percent increase in just a few years. some industry insiders say the company only pays about 30 dollars per devicemylan is now suspected of limiting coet restrictive sales contracts with schools. an off-brand, less expensive epipen is in the works. 3 guns sales could be breaking records this year. background checks conducted by the fbi have hit an all-time high. background checks don't neccessarily correlate directly to gun sales. but they do serve as an important indicator. mass shootings drive up gun sales. gun buyers often worry that the shootings will prompt more restrictive gun control laws. 3 small businesses are not
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paynet" small business lending index fell 13 percent in july. analysts say business owners are being cautious amid a weak economy and uncertainty about the election. 3 a bit of mixed bag on wallstreet today no real changes to report...the dow dipped down about twelve, the nasdaq gained about eight and the s and p pretty much broke even. 3 children will have to roll up their sleeves fofl protection this year. the c-d-c says the popular "flumist" isn't doing the job. job.that means the traditional flu shot is the only option for parents and their kids.the american academy of pediatrics recommends everyone six-months the american academy of pediatrics recommends everyone six months and older the next minute or the flu season by october. another reason to limit your children's tv time. researchers found the markets he specific brands of alcohol the
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who visit the emergency room. that's according to a new british study that found an almost 30-percent drop in e-r visits when doctors added evening and weekend hours to their schedules. a new study out of london may have pinpointed the safest time for a mother pregnant with twins to deliver. cbs news correspondent jonathan vigliotti reports on the new findings. natsalexandra moores is 32 weeks pregnant with doctors plan to deliver her babies at 37 weeks. you don't want them to come too early and be really small.now a new study finds twins delivered at 37 weeks, just shy of full term, have the best chance of survival. we are trying to balance the risk of stillbirth, that is increased as the pregnancy is prolonged, versus the risk of neonatal death and diseases that occur should you be delivered too early .
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until week 38 to deliver twins increased the risk of stillbirth by about one percent.previous studies have also shown that women who give birth to twins are more likely to have complications.because of that risk, many clinicians are prone to try and deliver these pregnancies earlier than what they planned to and that exposes the babies to risk of prematurity alexandra says she trusts her doctor..i feel like i'm in good hands and hopey weeks...researchers hope their findings will help other obstetricians make informed decisions for their patients. jonathan vigliotti. cbs news. london 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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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 warm and muggy afternoon. wind: sw 5-15 mph with some lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times. 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
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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. 3 today: scattered storms look likely throughout the day, especially in the afternoon
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have heavy downpours and isolated strong to severe storms are possible. stays warm and muggy with temps around 80 this afternoon. wind: sw 5-15 mph with some lake spots feeling an onshore wind at times.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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3 could it be fountain of youth --- there's a small city where residents seem to be living longer than anywhere else on earth...we'll tell you where it is...after the break.
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scientists believe they've found a place where people are living longer than anywhere else on earth. acciaroli is loacted on italy's southern coast. the mayor there says about one in ten of its residents are over the age of ninty -- and many are still very active.researchrs from california to rome are now trying to figure out what's keeping the residents here healthy...longer. they have less alzheimer's, they have less cataracts, they
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don't see any heart failure - they have high blood pressure - but the heart // seems good // so there's something there 3 researchers believe the diet of the region is big a factor. they have access to lots of fresh fish and locally grown fruit and vegetables. lifestyle also has a lot to do with it -- the mayor says its a layed back, stress free place to live. thanks for watching the news at four... four...the cbs 58 news at
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reporter: you just heard the police chief talking about the schools. it are trying to help keep floodwatfr we have someone standing nearby to tell us about these schools today. reporter: you can see that cars are still working to diver this water -- diaper this water -- divert this water.

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