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now at 4:30--- as drug overdoses are ?on the rise? in milwaukee county--- the ?most recent? death... hits ?very close to home.? home.?the city official impacted by the latest possible overdose... plus what one organization is doing to combat the deadly trend. good morning everyone.it's friday, september 16-th.i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell we're following a number of stories for you this morning... including a look ahead to sunday's packers - vikings match up in minneosta. we'll tell you how you can get in on the friendly rivalry a day ahead of the game. game. but first-- it looks like we're going to end the work week... on a ?rainy? note. let's get you prepared for the day ahead.meteorologist "justin thompson-gee" is tracking some storms. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5)
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showers and storms most of the day. best chance for a break is around noon. most pick up less than 0.50". highs in the middle to upper 70s. wind: s 5- 10 mph.tonight: lingering rain showers and isolated storms. stays mild with lows in the lower 60s. wind: sw 5-10 mph. weekend: a few showers possible early saturday before sunshine returns saturday afternoon. high temps around 80 saturday cooling slightly to the middle 70s on sunday with sunshine returning.
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police are searching for a suspect involved in a hit and r. run. police say a car hit a man and took off.. around 1:30 this morning near atkinson and capitol.a 45-year-old man who'd reportedly been drinking.. was walking in the street when he was hit by a car.we're told that car did not stop. the man was responsive when officers got to the scene.he was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be ok.police are now looking for the maroon or red four-door vehicle responsible. family of a milwaukee county ?jail inmate?... can't understand how he ?died inside his cell.?the medical examiner ruled... terrill thomas' death a ?homicide?--- saying he died from "profound de-hydration." hydration."thomas was in jail for nine days... before correctional officers found him ?unresponsive? in his cell. according to the medical examiner's report--- he was found ?naked?--- with no mattress... no blankets... and the water to the toilet ?turned off.?it was apparently due to his quote--- "destructive behavior."the
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15-th... after ?firing his gun multiple times? on the gaming floor of "potawatomi casino." he was ordered to have a psych exam... to see if he was ?fit to stand trial.? 129 id say the employees responsible for his care, for making sure he had water, for checking onhim and ultimately the sheriff. right now were angry, terrells death could have been prevented. the report gives us no relief. but we do wwant to know what is mke coutny going to do to ensure that this wont happen agn again the milwaukee county sheriff... will ?not? comment on the case. the milwaukee police department is now ?taking over? this investigation. family members say... they plan to hold a ?memorial? for thomas once the investigation is complete. the son of milwaukee county's medical examiner has died from a possible drug overdose. according the the m-e's report... a friend called in the overdose earlier this week. week.emergency responders reportedly gave 29-year-old adam peterson narcan... but it didn't work.one organization working with men in recovery..
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report shows there were more than 70 overdose deaths in milwaukee county -- just in the last 7 weeks. "by no means are we getting used to hearing about our young people dying because of this drug - but being in the position that i am i get it from all angles. right now i'm working with a young lady who could have been the number 13 on the weekend where all these people died of the heroin overdoses. she's in the hospital rig the milwaukee county medical examiner is not commenting on his son's death. it's been nearly ?two years?... since a five-year-old milwaukee girl was ?hit and killed? by a stray bullet while sitting on her grandfather's lap. today a ?peace garden? will be dedicated in honor of laylah petersen.community members say... it will be a "beacon of hope"... to celebrate her beautiful life. a ?similar? peace garden was started last month... to remember "za'layia jenkins." the nine-year-old was ?also? hit by a stray bullet... as she was watching t-v. police
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shootout in the street.. and ?jenkins? was the victim. victim.the dedication for ?petersen's? garden is at six tonight... at "northwest catholic school" on 41-st street in milwaukee. cbs 58 is ?re-airing? our special report on violence in the city of milwaukee.we talked to jenkins's aunt --- "romona boone"--- on how gardening helped her ?cope? with loss of her niece. 3 romona boone/aunt of za'laya jenkins: i became a gardener . (laugh).. i hate bugs.. i hate the grass.. i have bad allergies but that's my outlet. i get to grow flowers in her hear what ?other? family members say... about their lives after gun violence. "milwaukee at a crossroads" re- airs tonight at 7 o'clock... on w-m-l-w the "m". today the water quality task force meets for the first time. the group was established specifically to address the long-term health and safety of milwaukee's water. water.alderman jim bohl says the task force will pursue timely and realistic solutions to the city's lead pipe problems. bohl was appointed
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which also includes two other council members and representatives from city departments. bow season starts this weekend--- officially kicking off deer hunting season in the . state.hunters who choose to use archery and crossbows like this one get a chance to bag a deer starting saturday. the season goes through january 8th. the gun hunting season begins november 19-th. former i-t-t tech students ?will? have a chance to participate in a graduation ceremony today.the for-profit school closed last week. week.herzing university's brookf c today's graduation ceremony. wisconsin state representative jessie rodriguez will be the commencement speaker.the ceremony is at 6:30 tonight at the south milwaukee performing arts center. packers fans heading to minnesota for sundays game aganst the vikings ...can hang out with other fans at a pep rally in enemy territory. territory.packers president mark murphy will greet fans at a pep rally ?tomorrow? at 6... at the pourhouse in minneapolis.packers alumni will also be around to sign
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a man known for a ?decade? of late night comedy on cbs... is
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tickets today! today!"ladies and gentleman... craig ferguson. (clap, clap, cl" clap)" crag ferguson hosted "the late late show" on cbs from 2005 to 2014.now he's bringing his standup comedy tour to brew city.mark your calendar. ferguson will be at the riverside theater on friday, november 4-th.tickets go on sale today at noon. coming up---?chilling 911 calls?... from a woman who was . abducted. there any way you can get out of the building?"(caller) "i don't know without waking him, and i'm scared." scared." more of that call to an emergency dispatcher... after
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making "news from around the nation"---police have released the 9-1-1 tape... from a dramatic rescue of a woman held captive in ohio.the victim said.. her abductor--- who she knew for about a month and a half--- kidnapped her when they were walking together.she says... he held her ?against her will? in an abandoned .. the problem?"(caller) "i've been abducted." abducted." the woman says... she was taken by "shawn grate"--- a man who she said... laid there in bed sleeping next to her, naked.she was able to get ahold of his phone.emergency talk between her and dispatch lasted for 20 minutes.she feared her life wouldn't last another second. (911 dispatch) "if you told him you had to go to the bathroom, he would do something to you?"(caller) "yea, because he had me tied up."(911 dispatch) "so, are you tied up now."(caller)
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myself."(911 dispatch) "is there any way you can get out of the building?"(caller) "i don't know without waking him, and i'm scared." scared." moments later, police burst through the doorinside, they found her alive, along with gratereportedly two dead bodies were also found in the vacant home. as the 20th anniversary of the unsolved murder nears... a three part special on the case of jon benet ramsey will air this weekend on cbs.back in december of 1996... the 6-year- old child found dead in the basement of her family's colorado home. home.one of america's most talked about cold cases.the special is called "the case of: jonbenet ramsey"it starts this weekend.... sunday, september 18th from 7 to 9 pm.. monday, september 19th from 8 to 10 pm.. and sunday, september 25th from 7 to 9 pm. doctors at a philadelphia based lab are working on a zika virus vaccine approved for human testing.the vaccine is reportedly being tested in
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the wistar institute says what makes this vaccine different is that it's entirely synthetic. (dr. david weiner / the wistar institute) "doesn't grow, can't replicate, can't spread to other individuals. navy seals rehearse, they don't always necessarily shoot somebody. sort of the same thing. we're rehearsing the immune system, making them able so when they would encounter the real pathogen, they'd be prepared." prepared." weiner says they are seeing a good indication.. the vaccine is stimulating the generation of t-cells that would target the zika virus. 3 the university of oregon is as residents not to drink or cook with water.tests showed elevated levels of lead in the drinking water at several dormitories.the university plans to repair or replace fixtures in at least four buildings.more than 25-hundred students are expected to be living in those buildings by next week.in the mean time.. the school will provide bottled water.no illnesses from the water have been reported. leonardo dicaprio is helping out in the ?fight against illegal fishing.?the academy award winning actor.... gave the keynote address at the 20-
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washington.he announced a new ?online tool? that will help anyone looking for illegal ocean fishing or illegal harvesting.dicaprio says... the world needs to come together to keep our oceans from being destroyed. (leonardo dicaprio/ actor) "as a global community we must protect and value vital ecosystems rather than treating the oceans as an endless resource to be exploited and as a dumping ground for our waste." waste." earlier at the conference, president obama announced the first marine national monument sanctuary is meant to protect more than 49-hundred square miles of fragile ecosystems about 130 miles off cape cod. 3 in campaign 2016...a new c-b-s news-new york tiimes poll shows hillary clinton and donald trump are neck and neck with less than 8 weeks to election day. day.the poll also shows 63 percent of voters ?don't? think clinton is trustworthy. but more voters think clinton has the right temperament to be president...compared to trump.clinton returned to the
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after taking a few days off to recover from pneumonia. 3 while campaigning in new hampshire... donald trump told the crowd clinton's policies have created a disaster overseas and poverty in america.he promised to create jobs and help americans become more prosperous... and reverse what he calls clinton's failures. house speaker paul ryan believes presidential candidates should release tax records. the wisconsin republican says he relseased his.. but says it's up to trump when it comes to timing. timing."i'll defer to donald trump as to when heth his returns, uh, i know he's under an audit and he's got an opinion about when to release those and i'll defer to him on " that." the republican presidential candidate says he's being audited by the i-r-s -- and financial advisors have told him to wait until it's complete.trump's running mate- mike pence- released 10 years of his own returns last week. still ahead--- the i-phone 7 goes on sale today. today. but we'll tell you why some people might have to wait a while to get their new gadget. 3 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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today: on and off showers and storms most of the day. best chance for a break is around noon. most pick up less than 0.50". highs in the middle to upper 70s. wind: s 5-10 mph.
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showers and isolated storms. stays mild with lows in the lower 60s. wind: sw 5-10 mph. weekend: a few lingering showers possible early saturday before sunshine returns saturday afternoon. high temps around 80 saturday cooling slightly to the middle 70s on sunday with sunshine returning. showers and storms most of the day. best chance for a break is around noon. most pick up less than 0.50". highs in the middle to upper 70s. wind: s 5- 10 mph.tonight: lingering rain showers and isolated storms. stays mild with lows in the lower 60s. wind: sw 5-10 mph. weekend: a few lingering
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saturday before sunshine returns saturday afternoon. high temps around 80 saturday cooling slightly to the middle 70s on sunday with sunshine returning. 3
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in this morning's money watch report...shipping giant u-p-s is planning to hire 95-thousand workers ahead of the holiday shopping season. season.that's ?up? from last year--- when the company hired 93-thousand people for temporary jobs during its busiest season, a spokesperson says... u-p-s is looking for ?package handlers and delivery drivers.? pay for seasonal workers ranges from ?just over 10 dollars an hour... up to 30 dollars an hour.?roughly 37 percent of seasonal hires in the last three years.. were hired on a permanent basis after. 3
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nfl's weeknight games will be livestreamed on twitter. the n-f-l struck the deal in april. the new deal kicked off last night as the buffalo bills took on the new york jets right here on cbs 58. fans will be able to watch on their mobile devices for free -- with the social medial app. fans can watch games in any country where twitter operates.... except canada... because it has a separate t-v rights contract with the n-f-l. 3 apple releases the new iphone 7 today!it hopes to see the same long lines that helped ?define the early i-phone? days.. apple is warning customers... the phones will be in short supply.the company says... ?walk-in customers? won't be able to get the ?seven plus?--- because those were all snatched up by ?pre-orders.?walk-ins... won't be able to get the "i-phone
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?non-apple retailers -- may still have them in stock though. anchor reaction.... 3 belgium has found an easier way to bottle beer -- a beer pi. pipeline.for years, of trucks have been lining cobble-stone streets of to transport beer from a brewery to a bottling plant plant... but the city's mayor called on the brewery to find a better option.the pipeline cost about 4 point 5 million dollars to construct... and it'll pump nearly 900 gallons of beer an hour to a bottling plant, two miles from the brewery. 3 and munich, germany is getting ready for oktoberfest!here's time-lapse video showing
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oktoberfest kicks off tomorrow... and runs through october 3-rd.on some days.. as many as 600-thousand people show up!this year.. a glass of beer will cost about 12 bucks... slightly more than last year. 3 3 anchor reaction... your top stories are next at
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plus ...the jury is deliberating in the case of a man charged with setting a fire that killed two children. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve th m ator: listen to ron johnson on social security: johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. narrator: as senator, johnson's been working to turn it into one. he wants to privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson turn social security into a johnson: ...legal ponzi scheme. narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors.
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good morning everyone. it's friday, september 16-th. i'm jessica tighe..
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this morning... whether you've been inside or not... chances are you've driven by the iconic mars cheese castle on the highway.now the already big cheese shop is set for a major expansion. that story in just a couple of minutes. first-- it looks like we're going to end the work week... on a ?rainy? note.let's get you prepared for the day ahead. meteorologist "justin thompson- gee" is tracking some storms. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: on and off showers and best chance for a break is around noon. most pick up less than 0.50". highs in the middle to upper 70s. wind: s 5- 10 mph.tonight: lingering rain showers and isolated storms. stays mild with lows in the lower 60s. wind: sw 5-10 mph. weekend: a few lingering showers possible early saturday before sunshine returns saturday afternoon. high temps around 80 saturday cooling slightly to the middle 70s on sunday with sunshine
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3 roads are wet this morning from yesterdays. there may be some slick areas. be sure to give yourself some extra time this morning. be sure to navigate those turns carefully. it doesnt take much pi conditionstaking a look at the traffic map...lets have a look at your drive time...hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is... our ?top? story at six--jury deliberations continue today... in the milwaukee county case against "michael mo" morgan."the man accused of starting a fire that killed two children took the stand yesterday. cbs 58's julie parise is live at the court house this morning to tell us what happened... and look ahead to what's next.julie? inside this courtroom

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