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good afternoon. with a large percentage of young people being held at a youth prison in northern wisconsin from this area...pressure has been building from city and county officials to address the serious issues that have surfaced at lincoln hills in th year.a county board committee received an update this morning from a top official.. cbs 58's julie parise was there and joins us live...julie what did you learn? 3 3 the administrator with lincoln hills was at today's meeting to update supervisors on the progress at lincoln hills. during a question and answer period, some troubling information was released. administrator mark mertens reported a rise in suicide attempts at the facility. he
the crisis situation is now quote "manageable."but mertens said there are still grave concerns take sotmark mertens, adminstrator lincoln hill "there are still um racially innaproitate comments being made to our youth and that they prefer to be in segregation to having to be in general unit where they feel they're not treated as well." 3 3 supervisors said they were disappointed to just be learning of this situation at today's meeting. some expressed a strong desire to close the facility.the director of health and human services, hector colon, said his goal is to quote, do better. the first day of fall is a week from tomorrow...a touch
justin is in for rebecca with a look at ready weather... rebecca in wx center today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible. close to average with highs on either side of 700. 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 saturday morning. drying out and back to average on sunday.
investigators are hoping this photo will lead them to the car and driver freeway shooting that injured a two-month-old baby. it's a dark red or maroon lincoln "m- k-s" or "m-k-z"... four-door sedan....with ?very dark tinted? windows. windows. the milwaukee county sheriff's office believes the shooting was the result of ?road rage. a spokesperson says there have been 12 road rage incidents so far this year--- nearly half on i-43, the same freeway where
credit card skimmers have been discovered at gas pumps in cities like brookfriend, franklin and across wisconsin. skimmers are devices attached to ?atm pay-pads? to steal card information. to protect yourself... experts suggest using a ?credit card? over your debit card--- because they normally have better fraud protection. also, keep an eye on your statements for any odd charges. governor "scott walker" says there will be ?no? more borrowing money to pay for ?road projects.?the state is ?already? facing a 940 (m) million dollar shortfall to fund 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 report from the public
for costly road repairs. it says 56 percent of milwaukee city streets are in poor or fair condition...and more than 150 county busses need or will need to be replaced soon. an estimated 91 million dollars in local state and federal money per year will be required to fix them. the report did confirm 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 the same time. saying you can't rely on what's happened in the past, you're going to 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 03:19:24there's also a need to fix ?city hall?... the police adminitration building... and milwaukee county courthouse.. that's another 260 (m) million dollars. officials say they want to see the funding go
?not? through the state. state. county executive chris abele says "while i will continue to advocate for increased state and federal funding... we must also explore ?dedicated funding for transportation and infrastructure?--- such as the vehicle registration fee." aging infrustructure and equipment are also getting attention in waukesha. cbs 58's evan kruegel was there for last night's show and tell. tell. at the waukesha city garage - the rust was on full display - as c worst of their equipment - in hopes of getting a replacement :44:22evan: these are some pretty big ticket itemsjoe: they are! joe pieper chairs the councils finance committee - in charge of deciding who gets what replaced.this years budget includes about a dozen dump trucks - 8 squad cars - and a half million dollar firetk firetruckreally any of the larger vehicles that someone would see going down the street with a city of waukesha logo on it, that's what we're reviewing tonight to
walk-through has become a yearly event at the garage - giving staff and taxpayers the chance to see where their money is going:39:10literally kick the tires on the equipment that the city staff are asking the council and ultimately the taxpayers to replace going into 2017this years request comes in at 4.6- million-dollars for vehicles alone. a total that adds up quickly - with new dump trucks costing 180-grand. this front end it's very, unfortunately very expensive stuff, but very necessary equipment for a city such as ours big ticket items the full council will decide on - in late october. the city of milwaukee is hoping a new tool will help small businesses start and thri. thrive...mayor tom barrett was joined by a member of president obama's cabinet today for the launch of
that want to start in milwaukee to get all permits and documents needed in just one day. 3 maria contreras-sweet "we're here to take that solution nationally. to see what other cities that have not signed up are gonna be able to take advantage of this program. program. mayor tom barrett "we want to do everything we can as a city to remove the barriers and the uncertainty" the obama administration says small businesses are the primary driver behind the record 78 months of consecutive job growth. the packers face a big test sunday night, a division rival on the road and the debut of minnesota's new 1-point-1 billion dollar stadium. stadium.so it's no surprise that demand for tickets to the vikings home opener is very high. and now the teams are warning fans to be wary of scams. the game's been a sell out for weeks...and only three outlets are authorized resellers of n-f-l tickets- the team's ticket office, the nfl ticket exchange and ticketmaster.buy from any
it at your own risk. packers players would like nothing more than to spoil the viking's big night. the team is practicing today. cbs 58's scott grodsky is there and brings us the latest from lambe. lambeau... mike mccarthy "i cant say enough things about david when you look for a young man to represent your proagram and how to go about it. he has done it right every singe day from the first day he got here - he matured in every which way and he is a true proffesional at a young age and an excellent football playe"
former secretary of state colin powell's private thoughts about donald trump and hillary clinton have surfaced from hacked emails. emai the retired general's emails released online 'are real.' the messages show powell has issues with both major presidential candidates. in one email , the republican called donald trump a "national disgrace and an international pariah".but powell also criticized hillary clinton and her campaign for using him to justify her use of private email servers at the state department. he wrote: sad thing is that
everyone honestly what she had done and not tie me into it. she keeps tripping into these character minefields. "super lice" are in wisconsin...and a new report says... they're not responding to over-the-counter drugs. jessica arp reports on an innovative treatment being offered in sun prairie. p-;12 hi grace (hello) i'm patty :14 grace westphal's long brown locks aren't about to be cut... 1:25(((nat)))" i'm gonna let you feel it on your hand se to worry about :28 or styled. instead... she's about to be de-loused.:32 (((nat)))"cooler than a hair dryer but the great thing about it is you're going to walk out of here lice free ok ;37 awesome the 8th grader has come to "the bright side" in sun prairie... after the disturbing discovery last week. 10:10(((grace westphal/8th grader))" it was on friday and one just efll on my desk in english and i was like what is this thing :16 now the bugs are being blasted with heat by patty ziegler... with this f-d-a cleared device... after her family tried everything they could
mother)))"we even tried a product that said it was going to help with super lice, and it didnt :12 those super lice are keeping patty busy... 6;10 (((patty ziegler/the bright side, llc)))"we've just been swamped :11 to tell you the truth i might as well have a cot down here :14 doesnt pay to go home some nights :17 august was her busiest month in three years.???3;53 (((ziegler)))"over the counter drugs, they dont work like they used to :54 so theres just a lot resistance out there :02 i get people in here with chemical burn on the head but the bugs are alive and well :06 a new study confirms that... saying those over the counter drugs are now only 25 percent effective.28:51(((dr. apple bodemer/uw health dermatologist))"and that comes from chronic repeated overuse and misuse :54 which is why diagnosis is so important :00 that we're not just getting scared and treating our kids for lice because our friend has it or a neighbor has it or somebody in their classroom has it :04 doctor bodemer says
lice... that may now be increasingly used by doctors. 6;25 (((nat)))"how'd you do with that? yeah it felt really good, like a head massage right :28 or... you could always look on the bright side...13;17 (((martha)))"oh my goodness, if ever we were to deal with this again, i'd be on the phone :19 when can ig et in, i'm not going to deal with what we have been doing at home :26 today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible. close to average with highs on either side of 700. 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
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. average with highs on either side of 700. 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
the milwaukee county zoo has a name for its new harbor seal pu. pup.the zoo tweeted this image this morning - with the caption "the harbor seal pup has been named triton! he now weighs about 60 pounds and has been eating small pieces of fish"triton...which is the name of a mythological greek god...the messager of the sea..was born june 13th to sydney and ringo, their third pup. he was 30 pounds at birth and has already doubled that weight in just 3 months. 3 coming up on your cbs money watch report... why uber wants to make your
participate in a test program. while the vehicles are loaded with features that allow them to navigate on their own, an uber engineer will sit in the driver's seat and seize control if things go awry.uber executives are watching to see how the cars handle this test run before saying when 'fully driverless vehicles' will be ready to hit the roads. german drug company bayer upped its offer for american seed company monsanto to 66 billion dollars cash... and says monsanto signed on. monsanto shareholders--- and anti trust regulators approve-- it will be the biggest takeover deal of the year so far.// and pizza making is going to the robots... a start up in silicon valley california--- zume pizza--- is using intellegent machines to make pizza. dough travels down a conveyer belt, machines add sauce and then slide it into the oven. robots will soon add cheese and toppings. the
it's time for news on the go.. stories happening at noon. county leaders received an update into the troubled lincoln hills school - a state run juvenile detention center... at a committe meeting - this morning administrator mark mertens reported a rise in suicide attempts at the facility. he said they are now 'under capacity 'at lincoln hills and the crisis situation is now quote "manageable."but mertens said there are still grave concerns about how the children there are treated.he said attempted suicide is one
solitary confinement. supervisors said they were disappointed to just be learning of this situation today and some expressed a strong desire to close the facility. investigators are hoping the release of of a photo showing the ?type of car? they think was involved in a freeway shooting that injured a two- month-old baby will lead to an arrest.. it's a dark ?red or maroon?... lincoln "m-k-s" or "m-k-z"... four-door sedan....with ?very dark tinted? windows.investigators say... the shooting result of ?road rage on i-43? 3 and the packers and vikings are getting the word out about potential ticket scams ahead of this sunday's matchup in minnesota.demand for the game is high and tickets are already sold out - but there are three outlets that can re-sell tickets... they are the team's ticket office, the nfl ticket exchange and ticketmaster. today: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible. close to
side of 700. 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 ba and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. 3 stay tuned to cbs 58 all afternoon... coming up at 2 it's jeopardy...followed by who wants to be a millionaire at 2-30...followed by dr. phil at 3... then stay with us this afternoon for the cbs 58 news at 4 and 4-30... 3 coming up tonight at ten,
babies less fussy and more likely to sleep through the night.plus... there's health benefits for mom and dad too! we'll take a look at the practice of babywearing.how you can get started... and the resources available that won't break the bank.catch the special report tonight on the cbs 58 news at ten. thanks for joining us.be sure
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