tv CBS 58 Morning News at 430am CBS September 27, 2016 4:30am-5:00am CDT
a ?faceoff? between "hillary clinton" and "donald trump."we have ?highlights? this morning from the first presidential debate... and overnight reaction. 3 plus... smash and grabs during a soccer game. cars while families are just feet away.how you can help police catch whoever is responsible. good morning everyone.it's tuesday, september 27-th.i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell before we get to your top stories... we want to start with a check of the forecast! you'll notice a cool down as soon as you step outside.i grabbed a sweater.. i'm still not ready to use a coat... despite my complaining about the cold.
let's see just how cool it is outside.meteorologist ?michael schlesinger? has a look at the current conditions. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5) 5???))today...partly sunny until late afternoon...then cloudy with light rain showers likely late in the afternoon. highs in the lower 60s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of showers 70 percent. .tonight...cloudy. light rain showers through around midnight...then chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the upper 40s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. chance of showers 90 percent. .wednesday...cloudy. light rain showers likely in the morning... then chance of
new this morning---a woman is hurt after a shooting on milwaukee's ?northwest? side. side.here's a look at the scene.the shooting happened around 10 last night near 67-th and keefe.police say... a 29-year-old woman reported hearing shots down the street... while standing in her front yard.she then realized... she had been ?shot.?she was taken to a local hospital.she's expected to be okay. 3 now to a developing story... milwaukee police are looking for suspects involved in a drive-by shooting.. that hurt.we're told a group of boys was sitting in a car in riverwest near holton and hadley... when someone opened fire...then drove off.cbs 58 talked with the mother of another teen in that car. isabel jackson says she waited patiently behind police tape for about two hours... as milwaukee police questioned her 14-year-old son. 3 18:44:05 its a disgrace to our younger children that they have to live through all of this violence, and they have to see and go thought this. nobody's children should have
fonseca i hope my little brother learns from this because i don't want to be a sister that lose they brother. 3 milwaukee police have not released any information on suspects at this time. looking ahead--- the west allis man accused in ?two? deadly shootings... will be ?arraigned? this morning in milwaukee county court. court."zachary hays" is accused of ?shooting and killing? his neighbor in ?west allis? back in may.that's the case... at the heart of today's appearance. hays is also accused of shooting at a car on i-90/94 just hours later. one of the bullets ?hit and killed?... mother from illinois.hays has pleaded "not guilty by reason of mental disease" in that case.he's awaiting a psychological evaluation. 3 brazen thieves in washington county. officials say windows were smashed in at least ten vehicles... while the owners were just a few feet away... watching their kids play soccer. these pictures give you an idea of the damage.the smash and grabs happened at "heritage trails county park" in the town of polk on sunday. the washington county sheriff says they found six s-u-v's...
shattered. thieves took purses.. cash... credit cards... and electronics. leutenient theep with germantown police says... in his town-- break-ins started around 11:30 that same day... at the "f-c national soccer fields."again- thieves smashed windows and took valuables. while authorities search for the criminals...they have a reminder for the public: 3026 make sure you keep your valuables with you or not have them in plainview where someone can se them and be tempted to take them from your . vehicle. germantown have no leads... just tips that a rusty black car was seen in both parking lots. 3 in your campaign 20-16 coverage--- reaction to debate ?number one? last night was ?swift? -- online--- ?and? on the air.viewers reacted to the nominees' performance in ?real time?--- from the first minute... throughout the showdown... and into the early morning hours today.some viewers took part in ?post- debate polls?--- while others ?saved their reaction? for social media posts... and memes.... and gifs."reid binion" has the highlights.
range of topics monday night - from the economy to trade... to their own controversies.on trade, trump brought up clinton's record... noting that she once favored the trans-pacific partnership before opposing it. "you called it the gold standard. you called it the gold standard of trade deals."he also hit clinton on an issue that continues to dog her campaign - her private email se. server.(donald trump / (r) presidential nominee) "that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely ok. that was not a mistake. that was done purposely."trump -- also going after clinton on the question of temperament, something he's been criticized foi temperament - i know how to win. she does not know how to win."clinton - reacting to the charge. "woo! okay!"that little move clinton did at the end -- exploding into a meme many described as the "shoulder shimmy."while trump's demeanor was more toned down than in the primary debates, he did get some criticism for repeatedly interrupting. "what he was charging ---" "maybe he didn't do a good job and i was unsatisfied with his work."but clinton didn't hold back on her attacks......hitting trump for not releasing his taxes taxes(hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee ) "the only years that anybody's ever
he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license."--clinton - suggesting trump may be hiding something."and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax."another meme-generating highlight......trump's frequent sniffling.(trump sniffling)the sniffling - which persisted throughout - quickly spawning a gif that spread on social media.i'm reid binion reporting. 3 republican vice presidential candidate mike pence has canceled his scheduled campaign stop in waukesha. waukesha. pence was to visit a company in the city today... but the trip is now off due to a scheduling conflict. it's still a busy week in wisconsin... with the badger state getting plenty of attention from ?both? parties. 3 3 donald trump will be at a rally at the waukesha expo center tomorrow.ann holton-- wife of democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine-- will make stops in milwaukee and kenosha on thursday. and chelsea clinton will campaign for her mother in wisconsin on friday. there are no specifics about her visit yet.
milwaukee mayor tom barrett's ?proposed budget? for next year.while laying it out... he explained the increase ?homeowners? could expect. expect.12:38-57 the 2017 tax- levy budget totals $263 million. that's an increase of $7 million over 2016. the proposed tax rate will increase seven cents. the average home will see an increase of $26.40 in city taxe. taxes. 3 mayor barrett also wants to spend 127 (m) mill ?more? this year on the police department and its pension... compared to 10 years ago.the proposal also gives nearly 11 (m) million dollars to ?fix lead lines? at more than 380 daycare centers across the city.. and to ?replace? 300 exisiting ?residential? lines. the city's "finance and personnel committee"... will look at the budget before the common council votes on it. a federal judge has refused a union's demand to block wisconsin's right-to-work law. law.it's the law that bans businesses and unions from requiring all workers.. not just union members.. to pay
claims the law is unconstitutional. but a judge yesterday... upheld it ...citing a ruling upholding a similar law in indiana. 3 it will cost the city of kenosha ?25-thousand dollars?... to fix the newly renovated washington park "velo-drome."the city's parks commission approved a settlement agreement last night... between the city and "(rash) construction and engineering." according to "kenosha news"---- (rash) will replace part of the track's concrete surface that's cracked... ?and? hire a "soil-testing firm" to make sure the base is in correctly.a smaller section of the track with possible "voids"... replaced if needed. the agreement comes with a ?one- year warranty.?work is expected to begin by november 15-th. 3 a cool start on this tuesday. meteorologist michael schlesinger is talking more seasonable temperatures this week. 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???))
today...partly sunny until late afternoon...then cloudy with light rain showers likely late in the afternoon. highs in the lower 60s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of showers 70 percent. .tonight...cloudy. light rain showers through around midnight...then chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the upper 40s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. chance of showers 90 percent. .wednesday...cloudy. light rain showers likely in the morning... then chance of light rain showers in the
60s. north winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of showers 60 percent. .wednesday night...mostly cloudy through around midnight then becoming partly cloudy. lows in the lower 50s. north winds 10 to 15 mph. .thursday...mostly sunny. highs in the mid 60s. northeast winds 15 to 20 mph. .thursday night...par cloudy with a 20 percent chance of light rain showers. lows in the mid 50s. .friday...partly sunny with a 40 percent chance of light rain showers. highs in the mid
cbs 58 news time is ?????.this is a ?live? look at ??????. 3 3 making news around the nation...protesters in columbus, ohio showed up at the city council meeting... looking for answers in the deadly police shooting of a 13- year-old african-american teenager. authorities in columbus say... (tie-ree) king was killed this month after the boy allegedly ?pulled out a b-b gun? that looked similar to a police handgun. handgun.police also say... king matched the description of ?an armed robbery suspect.? the protesters called on the columbus city council to
communities ... and ?focus more? on finding money for ?anti-violence and intervention? programs. 3 meanwhile protesters gathered in baton rouge to demand answers in the fatal police shooting of alton sterling.he was shot outside a convenience store in july after police responded to a call about a man threatening someone with a gun.police say officers fired at sterling when he tried to reach for his gun.cell phone video shows officers wrestling sterling to the ground before he was shot multiple times.the video caused national outcry.. and was followed officers in dallas and baton rouge. 3 new numbers from the fbi show an ?increase in violent crime? last year. year.the agency's annual crime data report... shows a 3- point-9-percent increase in violent crime from 20-14 to 20-15.the murder rate ?spiked by nearly 11-percent.? still--- the f-b-i notes.... those numbers are ?down? over a five-year and 10-year period. 3 some 20-million dollars will be split between more than 100 law enforcement agencies -- to buy body cameras... including
announcement yesterday.the money is going to state, city, local and tribal law enforcement agencies to establish new.. or enhance existing body camera programs. no word yet on which agencies in wisconsin will get the money. 3 lynch says the grants will help the agencies "promote transparency and ensure accountability... clearing the way for the closer cooperation between residents and officers." 3 a wildfire is forcing some people to leave their homes in central california.the "marshes fire" yesterday.the fire has now grown to 150 acres... and has ?not? been contained.people in at least 15 homes in the town of ?moccasin?... have been ordered to leave.an emergency shelter is now open to help affected families. 3 meanwhile--- in ?northern? california--- a new fire has charred at least 200 acres in the santa cruz mountains.the "loma fire" is reportedly spreading at a ?dangerous rate of speed.? speed.?fire officials say.... at least 300 homes are
running there too.fire crews are working to get the flames under control. major league baseball is still in shock over the death of a young, rising star.jose fernandez-- a 24-year old pitcher with the miami marlins-- was killed in a boating accident over the weekend. fans created a memorial for the late pitcher outside marlins park.they left flowers.. and posters -- paying tribute to the marlins' ace.many baseball teams throughout m-l-b are also honoring number 16.some fans fernandez's girlfriend and their unborn child. ( marlins fan ) "i can just imagine their new normal life, their new journey without him, his daughter without a father; it's just so heart-wrenching." butt together( michael hill / president of baseball operations, miami marlins ) "it's a tremendous loss, and my heart goes out to his family" family..." officials have officials have identified the other two victims as 27-year-old ?emilio macias? and 25-year-old ?eduardo rivero.?the coast
dead.. early sunday morning.. after their boat crashed and overturned near miami beach. none of the men were wearing life jackets. 3 the king of golf--- arnold palmer--- was also known as a golf course architect.he designed courses all over the world--- including ?two? right here in wisconsin... "geneva national" in lake geneva... and "the bog" in saukville. "the bog" was founded in 19-95.golf digest rated it... one of wisconsin's best. we spoke to the course president.he says arnold palmer was known for bringing golf to t spirit is evident in the design of this course. 3 given that we have five different tee boxes, you can get the average golfer, it's playable from all skills for the average golfer out there, or you can go back to the tips and you can stretch it and get the difficulty to the ways that the pros like it. 3 3 palmer's appeal was so widespread... people who have never watched or taken a golf
is also famous for a beverage...if you order an "arnold palmer" at a course or tavern... you'll get half iced tea... half lemonade. still ahead this morning - we tell you which furniture maker is getting into the hotel business. 3 plus... trouble continues for wells fargo...two former employees are now suing over the sales quotas...that prompted employees to start millions of fake accounts. 3 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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it feels like fall outside... but if you're already missing the warmer weather.. you can once again enjoy the mitchell park domes. domes.the tropical dome re-opened yesterday. crews finished putting up safety netting last week. all three of the domes were closed earlier this year because of concerns over falling concrete. the director says they are beyond excited to re-open. 35:23-34 we are so thrilled it's open now, because its tough to keep telling people
now finally boom its open, two down one to go. go. 3 the desert dome is slated to re-open in november. the show dome has been open since late april.. and is getting ready for the fall harvest festival display. the grand re-opening of ?all three? domes is planned for early december. we mentioned that chill in the air...definitely a morning the kids will want to grab a sweatshirt.here's meteorologist michael schlesinger with ready weather. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ahead??15???)) today...partly sunny until late afternoon...then cloudy
late in the afternoon. highs in the lower 60s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of showers 70 percent. .tonight...cloudy. periods of light rain showers through around midnight...then chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the upper 40s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. chance of percent. .wednesday...cloudy. light rain showers likely in the morning... then chance of light rain showers in the afternoon. highs in the lower 60s. north winds 10 to 20 mph. chance of showers 60 percent. .wednesday night...mostly cloudy through around midnight
lows in the lower 50s. north winds 10 to 15 mph. .thursday...mostly sunny. highs in the mid 60s. northeast winds 15 to 20 mph. .thursday night...partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of light rain showers. lows in the mid 50s. .friday...partly sunny with a 40 percent chance of light rain showers. highs in the mid 60s. 3 3 in this morning's money watch report...two former wells fargo workers are suing the bank... for more than two billion dollars. they say... ?they? -- along with thousand of other
meet ?unrealistic? sales quotas. they also say... the company gave promotions to workers who met the quotas by ?opening fake accounts.? 3 the ages of some of your favorite actors and actresses may soon be more difficult to find online. websites... like "i-m-d-b" will have to remove date of birth information from profiles if someone requests it. it's because of a new law signed by california governor jerry brown. the screen actors guild supports the law -- saying it will discrimination. critics say it's censorship... that won't prevent anything. 3 "west elm" is launching a chain of ?boutique hotels.?the company is starting this in detroit, michigan and savannah, georgia. west elm will ?decorate and furnish the rooms?... and guests will be able to buy the furniture and decorations online. partner "d-d-k" will manage and
have you been avoiding the library because of an over-due book?good news.all fines will be forgiven this week and next at the milwaukee public library! library!anyone who's been ?blocked? because of fines for long overdue boks... is welcome to come back this week. week.any cardholder can go to any of the 13 milwaukee public library locations... and ask for "fine forgiveness." you don't even need to bring the books back--- but it would be