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and i'm julie parise...a warning from the fbi about credit card fraudthe problem that's popping up around wisconsini'll have that story coming upyou're watching the cbs 58 morning news 3 good morning. today is wednesday september 14th. kate chappell. chappell.and i'm jessica tighe. grab your coffee and stay with us for a bit.here's what's coming up ?this? hour. 01:10:53 "i learned that a lot of creatures live in the water and that there's oxygen in the " water." 3 we'll tell you why thesse kids are spending the school day at the root river.. 3 plus ... it's starting to feel like fall outside.a wet morning across our area ... and some wind.this was the scene from downtown milwaukee
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some light rain on and off so far. are we expecting more rain today justin? 3 3 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday.
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roads will be wet this morningplan ahead as you head out the door.there will be a full closure overnight of i-94 wb at 84th st through the zoo for a traffic switch.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb at greenfield ave for equipment mobilization.at the zoo interchange the i-41 sb to i-94 eb system ramp will be closed for barrier wall work. at the mitchell interchange the i-894/43 eb to i-43 nb system ramp will once again be closed overnight for friction surface treatment.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.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long our ?top story? at six-- a story you'll want to pass along to your friends and family.credit card skimmers found at some gas pumps in wisconsin. skimmers are devices you can attach to atm pay-pads to steal card information. 15 of them were found across wisconsin... many of them with wireless connections. cbs 58's julie parise joins us now with more on the investigation. julie? the skimmers have been found
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several other parts of the state.to the naked eye, it can be hard to tell if the machine you're using has one, but they can steal your bank information in seconds. here's a look at what some skimmers look like.long, ribbon-like wires placed inside the machines. they are often times found on gas pumps. experts say the skimmers recently found here in wisconsin are sophisticated. they believe they may be blue tooth capable. frank frassetto/datcp: 5906 "so what that means is if somebody is able to get this device in undetected, they don't have t retrieve the data restored on the device - they can remotely download that information." 3 3 a couple tips to protect yourself from these insivible skimmers - try to use a credit card over your debit... they normally have better fraud protection.or use a chip card. also - if you're at a gas station, consider paying at the register inside instead of at the pump. live in the newsroom jp cbs 58 3
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at an apartment complex for seniors.the victim's mother says her son--- maddox franklin, junior--- was visiting the "algonquin manor apartments" in brown deer monday night.. and was shot by a tenant--- a man in his 60s. police say the two knew each other.the shooter was arrested but so far.. no word on charges. a grandmother had to ?re-live the night?.... when her house caught fire with her two grandchildren inside. it was the latest testimony in the arson and double homicide trial of "michael morgan." prec looking for revenge... when he set fire to the house where his estranged wife was staying. she was at work when the fire broke out.the grandmother recounted the moment... she realized her grandkids were still inside the burning home. "i ran to the neighbors to ask for some helpdid you make it outsideyes we made it outside, but when i got outside i didn't have two of them" them" 3 she says... the smoke was too thick to go back inside.it was a firefighter who managed to
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and his two-year-old cousin tae'najah morgan--- but they died because of their injuries. a gas can was presented as evidence of how the fire started.it was found under a sink but with no fingerprints. the trial continues today. 3 new this morning... the united way has just released its study on poverty in wisconsin.the study finds people who live and work just above the poverty level are still struggling. according to the report.. in wisconsin a single adult needs to make just over 23-thousand dollars. to meet basic household expenses for a familyfo over 54-thousand dollars. dollars. despite the recession and low inflation... the cost of basic housing, child care, transportation, food and health care in the state has ?increased? by 14-percent since 2007. percent of wisconsin jobs paying only 20-dollars per hour or less.. the reports finds wisconsin needs more income opportunities, more affordable housing and an improved economy. it was show and tell time at the waukesha city garage last
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aging equipment.. in need of upgrades.it's all part of the city's budget process. the budget includes about a dozen dump trucks... 8 squad cars... and a half million dollar firetruckthis year's request comes in at 4-point-6 million dollars for vehicles alone. a total that adds up quickly - with new dump trucks costing 180-thousand. 1:08it's very, unfortunately very expensive stuff, but very necessary equipment for a city such as ours ours 3 the full council will make a de 3 looking ahead this morning--- state leaders are debating the future of transportation funding in wisconsin.a transportation forum to highlight the need for more options is happening this morning in waukesha.transit riders ... advocates ... and community leaders will share personal stories about their local transportation system ... and offer insight on how the system could be improved to better serve everyone in the area. milwaukee county is proposing an extension of the oak leaf trail... connecting it to the root river parkway in franklin. there was a public meeting
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so people could see design plans, ask questions, and voice any concerns.the proposed trail would extend the oak leaf trail to 'the rock sports complex' and near the commercial district in franklin. 05:53-6:08we're trying to get users up to that area, more off-road options... and it's also a number of future trails coming off of that will hopefully get over to existing trails on the west side of franklin and muskego muskego 3 the new path wo trail.a new bike-pedestrian bridge would be built over the root river.the project is partially funded by the d-o-t's transportation alternatives program. 3 ?water? is a hot topic nationally and locally.from flint, michigan to milwaukee people are asking is my drinking water safe? safe?thanks to a unique partnership in racine students there get to test it out for themselves to get a better understanding of natural resources in their community.i went along on one of the field trips to learn
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has been here from my room." 4th grade teacher- kenneth hinkle- has been involved in the program since it started 9 years ago."it's great because the kids get to actually do some of the things we talk about in school, in class." students get to see first-hand how ?their actions? impact the water they eventually drink. program leaders say watershed helps the future generation appreciate important, local resources because if they don't, no one will. "they really find a personal connection when they leave." > 15-hundred fourth graders will visit the root river environmental education center this month and next.then, there's a follow up session at their school in january. 7th graders also get to take part. they take a field trip to north beach to see a water filtration system. the watershed program is a partnership between u-w parkside, the city of racine, the school district and the alliance for great lakes. there are also several community donors who help with
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still ahead--- a ?record? for the month of august. 3 it was the warmest month recorded in more than a
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recorded in 136 years of ?modern record-keeping.?in fact--- nasa scientists say... august tied with this year's ?july? for warmest ever. last month's last month's temperature was 16 degrees warmer than the ?previous? warmest august in 20-14. going back to october of last year-- it's now been 11 ?straight months? of new monthly high- temperature records. 3 today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out
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today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially
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towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. 3 nine decades of catholic education were celebrated yesterday.. trees were planted to mark 'founders day' for messmer catholic schools. messmer started in 1926 as a high school on first and burleigh.the high school has since moved to 7th and
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added two grade schools.the celebration also paid tribute to bishop sebastian messmer, who started it all. coming up ...a bus filled with kids catches fire in maryland. maryland. hear what the bus driver noticed... just moments before the flames broke out.details
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3 making news around the nation...three police officers were hit by a car in phoenix, a. arizona.and it was all caught on video. video.it happened yesterday outside of a gas station. the officers were standing in the parkint. before crashing into the convenience store.the phoenix police chief says... what happened to the officers was ?intentional? and ?not? acceptable.all three officers are expected to recover.the car's driver was also hospitalized... and is expected to face charges. 3 as parents-- you appreciate bus drivers-- they get the kids safely to school.this morning some parent in maryland... are ?extra?
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some are calling her a hero! the driver was able to get all 20 of her students off a bus- engulfed in flames. the flames broke out monday afternoon in college park.. as the bus driver was making her last run of the day.the driver says the bus started making noises.. and soon after she smelled smoke and saw flames.she was able to get everyone out safely. the cause of the fire is under investigation. 3 an arizona high school has ?banned? students... from wearing "black lives matter" clothi school outside of phoenix... snapped a photo of her shirt after she was sent to the assistant principal's office for ?wearing? it.she says... she was told the shirt was a ?disruption? and ?distraction to other students.? "it made me feel less of myself 'cause they wouldn't let me express myself and show who i am." am." 3 the school eventually sent a letter to the girl and her family -- apologizing if she felt embarrassed.the school board is trying to decided if
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still ahead ...not one ... two ...or even 5... a brazilian couple is welcoming their ?13th child? to the family. 3 and here's the kicker...not one of 13 is a girl!more on the house full of boys next!
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((???2:00 seconds??))today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with
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in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. ((???2:00 seconds??))today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that
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storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with 3 3 roads will be wet this morningplan ahead as you head out the door.there will be a full closure overnight of i-94 wb at 84th st through the zoo for a traffic switch.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb at greenfield ave for equipment mobilization.at the zoo interchange the i-41 sb to i-94 eb system ramp will be closed for barrier wall work.
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the i-894/43 eb to i-43 nb system ramp will once again be closed overnight for friction surface treatment.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.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 a couple in brazil... is welcoming their 13-th child! 3 all 13 of their kids ... are boys.the ew ronaldo.he was born on the exact same day as the oldest brother robson ,,, who just turned 18. the couple once vowed to keep trying for a girl... but now they say they're done.all 13 boys have names that start with the letter "r"...and they're named after professional soccer players. i'm guessing this one's
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coming up in this next half hour--- milwaukee po a after a shooting overnight . plus ... remembering a local journalist and radio voice. details on today's celebration of life. 3
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in kyle aevermann...road rage coming up. also ahead at 6:30--- a memorial today... to honor a local broadcaster ?taken too so? soon.?details on today's celebration of life for journalist and radio personality... eric von. 3 traffic is starting to build out on the roads...the latest on overnight construction closures plus an update on your wednesday morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic.
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wednesday, september 14-th.i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell.we have alot of new information coming up for you this half hour, including..... help for former itt tech students. where you can go for help today to learn about your options. 3 but first--- you'll want to grab the umbrella before walking out the door this morning. meteorologist "justin thompson-gee" is tracking light rain. ((30 second tease 15 seconds ah) ahead))today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph. tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out
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new this morning... milwaukee police are looking for a suspect after a shooting left one man hurt. hurt.it happened in the area of palmer and center streets around 9:30 last night.police say an 18-year-old man was walking when he heard gunshots. he then realized he was shot. the victim was taken to the hospital.he is expected to survive. new details now as investigators continue to hurt a two-month old baby during a road rage incident.it happened sunday afternoon on i-43 near hampton.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from glendale... to explain what investigators want you to be on the ?lookout? for this morning.kyle... this morning, investigators are looking for the shooter and believe they may be driving a newer lincoln. take a good look at this picture of a similar car.
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dark red or maroon lincoln "m- k-s" or "m-k-z"...four door sedan. a witness told investigators the car had very dark tinted windows. investigators have not released a liscene plate number.according to statistics given to cbs 58 from the milwaukee county sheriff's office, there have been 12 case of road rage so far this year.more than half of those cases have been on i-43.if you haveve any information, call the sheriff's office. as for the little girl who was shot, we're told she has been realeased from the hospital, and is doing well.live in glendale.kyle aevermann.cbs58 news. a ?new? judge will have to decide the fate of the man accused of killing berit beck back in 19-90. 19-90.judge gary sharpe ?removed? himself from the case yesterday.... because of comments he made to the jury after dennis brantner's murder trial ended in a hung jury in june.. the judge ?apologized?--- saying he's worried those comments...
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brantner was arrested last year for the murder of the sturtevant teenager ... after authorities re-examined some evidence.those involved in the case were in court yesterday... for what was supposed to be a hearing on the state's motion to ?re-try? brantner for the crimeit's not known yet... when a new judge will get the case. looking ahead...the milwaukee man who pleaded guilty to raping an 82-year-old woman will be sentenced today in milwaukee county. county.prosecutors say stephen ray robinson attacked the woman last summer... after she got off a bus on milwaukee's north side.the 29 year old pleaded guilty to two counts assault.robinson is facing decades in prison. his hearing is at 8:30 this morning. there's a memorial today for longtime local journalist and radio voice--- eric von. von.von died suddenly last week at the age of 58--- leaving behind many fans. organizers say today's service... will be "a celebration of life." life."it's at marquette university's ?alumni memorial union? from 3 until 7. community members are invited. the u-s senate is expected to take up a new bill on water
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will take on dangerous lead pipes in homes... not just in milwaukee.. but around the country.wisconsin senator tammy baldwin sponsored the water resource and development act. 4:10-:22i have championed provisions that would accelerate the deployment of advanced water technologies, water filtration sensors and better testing capabilities. capabilities. 3 senator baldwin says her bill will also focus on getting resources to schools and child care centers.. first. governor "scott walker" says... more borrowing money to pay for ?road projects.?the state is ?already? facing a 940 (m) million dollar shortfall... to pay for road projects that have ?already? been approved. approved.now the governor is telling the d-o-t... to ?set priorities?... when it submits its budget tomorrow.political observers are already anticipating ?delays in road ?upkeep? as a result. this comes at a time... when the ?latest public policy report? says... there's a dire need for ?costly repairs to roads.?the report also says... fixing roads, bridges, and
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will be hard to do because of funding. according to the report--- 56 percent of city streets are in "poor or fair condition." and more than 150 county busses ?need?--- or will need--- to be replaced soon.the city estimates a need of more than 91 (m) million dollars in local, state, and federal money ?per year? to fix them. the report said while progress has been made... it's not enough. 3 03:19:50 they recognized the good work that we've done, but sent up a cautionary flag at the same time. saying you can't rely on what's happened in the past, you're go have to make that commitment (butt together)03:19:10 you have to have a working city, roads for people to get to work, church and school. i really don't get a lot of complaints about people having good streets. people want to have good streets. 03:19:24 03:19:24 there's also a need to fix ?city hall?... the police adminitration building... and the milwaukee county courthouse..that's another 260 (m) million dollars. officials say... they want to see the funding go directly to the city--- and ?not? through the state. the packers and bears own the honor of pro football's oldest
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startup.but the next time they play -- it won't be green and gold against the navy blue and orange. instead -- the packers will don all-white uniforms for the game in lambeau on thursday, october 20th.and the bears will wear a solid blue.it's part of the league's "color rush" promotion.you can watch that game right here on cbs 58. in the meantime...the packers are practicing in green bay today.. ah matchup against the vikings. cbs 58's scott grodsky will be there.look for his reports from green bay today during
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coming up---news about oil demand sends stocks ?plunging.? ?plunging.? plus... a warning for anyone who plans to buy a used car. 3 and--- instagram is taking steps to help users ?block unwanted comments.? 3 3
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today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible.
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50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week
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the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend wimi upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a
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storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. 3 3 morningplan ahead as you head out the door.there will be a full closure overnight of i-94 wb at 84th st through the zoo for a traffic switch.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb at greenfield ave for equipment mobilization.at the zoo interchange the i-41 sb to i-94 eb system ramp will be closed for barrier wall work. at the mitchell interchange the i-894/43 eb to i-43 nb system ramp will once again be closed overnight for friction surface treatment.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.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
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through the area.another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a new zipper merge is also in place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time. school is back in session... and state law requires all students be ?up-to-date? on their vaccinations.if you can't show proof of those vaccinations--- your child could be excluded from class. class. according to the wisconsin department of health--- 15 days after the first day of school... parents will get the first legal notice. notice.10 days later--- a ?seco? ?second.?after the 31-st
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fifth grade. grade.parents can choose to "opt out" of vaccinating their children.contact your school to find out what paperwork is needed... to make sure your child is following the rules. rules.we have a link to the state requirements on our website--- cbs-58-com.just click on the red "newslink box" at the top of the home page. former itt tech students can get help today at two area colleges.the for-profit school closed last week. week.m-a-t-c is hosting a special quick start session at its oak creek campus.attendees can meet with academic counselors and financial aid programs and enrollment options. the help session is from 5 to 7 this evening. there's also an open house and information session at upper iowa university's milwaukee center.students can meet with admissions, academic and financial aid advisors during an open house for all prospective students. u-i-u is offering a grant up to $1,000 to former i-t-t tech students and graduates toward full-time enrollment at u-i-u. tonight's information session is from 4-7 at the milwaukee center on 76th street.
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students ?will? have a chance to attend graduation.herzing university's brookfield campus is inviting those students to walk in this friday's graduation ceremony. here's something to brag about if you're a badger!the university of wisconsin- madison... is one of the ?top public schools? in the nation. wisconsin tied three other schools for the tenth spot on the "u-s news and world report" list.u-c berkley took the ?top? spot. 3 wallet-hub placed wisconsin near the top of list of happiest states to live in.the site compared all 50 states and d-c in key areas--- including income and emotional health. utah was found to be the happiest place in the country to live, followed by
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15th on the list. west vigrinia came in dead last. 3 anchor reaction.. 3 still ahead this morning - astronaut scott kelly may be taking on the big screen. and... it may be harder for paparazzi hoping to snap phots of a certain star... we'll tell you why!
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in today's money watch report...russian hackers have released what they claim are medical records of several team u-s-a athletes who competed in the rio olympics. olympics.the world ?anti- doping agency? confirmed ....its data base was hacked and that athletes' records were stolen. gymnast simone biles, and basketball player "elena delle donne responded to the leak. biles said her use of medication for a-d-h-d is within the rules,williams also said she followed the rules and was granted therapeutic use exemptions.elena delle donne tweeted that she too takes a prescription that qualifies for an exemption. 3 oil prices took a pounding yesterday after word "global oil demand growth" showed slowing.the international energy agency now says demand for oil won't grow as much as
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slowdown in the third quarter of this year. the price of oil has plunged over the past two years because of huge supplies. 3 americans are driving more than a quarter-million flood damaged cars.according to a new study by carfax.research by the company found more than 271-thousand cars were reported as flood damaged by departments of motor vehicles in states.it also found more of the cars are now back in use or now up for sale.states with the mo cars included texas, pennsylvania and florida. 3 instagram users can now block abusive and inappropriate comments. a few weeks ago- instagram let ?high profile users? filter specific words from their comments. now that feature will be available to everyone.
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3 toss to weather... 3 today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. ws 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper
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ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns or the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer
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upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday. 3 here's what's trending this morning..no more red carpets for miley! miley cyrus tells "elle" magazine- she's done posing for photographers at
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like a skit -- it's like 'zoolander.'" "i could have gone longer on this flight if there was a good reason." reason." astronaut "scott kelly" spent nearly a year on the international space station -- now he's headed to hollywood! sony pictures has bought the movie rights to kelly's upcoming book--- "endurance: my year in space." the book-- and presumably the film--- will follow kelly from struggling student...to navy test pilot ...to h rivalry with his twin brother "mark" as they became astronauts.the book is due out in november of 20-17. 3 3
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your top local stories are coming up... "news on the go" is next. russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member.
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girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. it's here's a recap of some of your morning's big stories in news on the go new details on the freeway
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month-old baby. investigators have now released a picture... showing the ?type of car? they think the shooter was driving. it's a a dark ?red or maroon?... lincoln "m-k-s" or "m-k-z"... four-door sedan....with ?very dark tinted? windows. windows.investigators say... the shooting was the result of ?road rage.?data from the milwaukee county sheriff's office shows... 12 road rage incidents so far this year--- nearly half on i-43... the same freeway where sunday's shooting happened. 3 there's a memorial today for longtime local journalist and radio voice--- died suddenly last week at the age of 58.organizers say today's service... will be "a celebration of life." life."it's at marquette university's ?alumni memorial union? from 3 until 7. community members are invited. 3 a number of credit card skimmers have been founr on fuel pumps across wisconsin. 15 of them were found across the state... including in brookfield and franklin.to the naked eye, it can be hard to tell if the machine you're using has one.but skimers are long, ribbon-like wires placed inside the machines. to
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suggest using a credit card over your debit... they normally have better fraud protection.or use a chip card. and that's your news on the go.. time check now 6:58.. here's meteorologist justin thompson gee with your first alert weather. 3 today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible, especially in the morning. little sun towards sunset. cooler with highs in the upper 60s. wind: ne 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds clearing. some fog possible. lows in the middle to upper 50s. wind: ne 2-5 mph.week ahead: sunshine returns for thursday with average highs in the lower 70s. trending warmer for the weekend with middle to upper 70s friday and saturday. that warmer trend comes with a likely chance for showers and storms for most of friday into saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, september 14th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? leaked e-mails show general colin powell urging hillary clinton agency campaigo her out of her e-mail controversy. and donald trump's foundation is now under investigation by the new york attorney general. eric schneiderman will be here in studio 57. a surprise tropical storm forms overnight and slamming parts of florida with torrential rain and heavy wind and brought the state of florida with a threat of flooding. a driver runs down three phoenix police officers in what

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