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we'll see you next time. hillary, thanks so much. thanks, guys. last night's debate between hillary clinton and donald trump was the most watched debate in american history...81 million people tuned in to see the candidates make their case for the preside. presiden camps are claiming victory on the campaign trail in key battleground states. cbs' jamie yuccas reports. our country is suffering because people like secretary clinton have made such bad decisions well, donald, i know you live in your own reality both sides are claiming victory after last night's bruising presidential debate. donald trump questioned whether hillary clinton is fit to serve as president... she doesn't have the look, she
clinton suggested the businessman won't release his tax returns because he has something to hide. maybe he doesn't want the american people, all of you watching tonight, to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes. this morning, clinton told reporters she was thrilled with the debate and said the choice is clear.his demeanor his temperament, his behavior on the stage can be seen by everybody people can draw their own conclusions trump also reflected on the debate at a campaign event in miami. miami.it was an interesting definitely big league. league.the widely-watched debate was an opportunity for the candidates to both energize their base and convince the remaining undecided voters. cbs news contributor and republican strategist frank luntz asked ?undecided? voters what they thought of trump's debate performancestrong start weak finish. missed opportunites bombastic and clinton's prepared firm, powerful same old same old the candidates next debate is scheduled in saint louis on october 9th. jamie yuccas, cbs news,
state for now? battleground more of a expect wi to be that? expect wi to be more of a 3 battleground state for now? "i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and yes i did. and you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president, and i think that's a good thing." thing." "i will release my tax returns against my lawyer's wishes when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted." deleted." professor, thank you for joining us. 3 wisconsin tomorrow. he's got an event planned at the waukesha expo center at six tomorrow evening. his vice presidential candidate, governor mike pence was supposed to make a stop in waukesha ?today? but that event was canceled. 3 still --- wisconsin is getting a lot of political attention this week. democratic vice- presidential nominee, tim kaine's wife is coming to wisconsin on thursday. and chelsea clinton will be in wisconsin on friday. 3 look for coverage of all of those campaign events both on
trump's upcoming event...later in the show. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. today: much cooler with highs in the low 60s. breezy with rain showers filling in late this afternoon.tonight: on/off showers. lows in the 40s.week ahead: cool with lower 60s on wednesday with scattered showers. stays cool and a little below-average with highs in the low to middle 60s through thursday with upper 60s and average temps returning to end the week going into the weekend and the start of october. look for the
is hoping for justice. they were in court today as carl barrett's trial continued. he's one of three men accused in the 5-year-old girl's murder. cbs 58's lindsey branwall joins us live from downtown with more...lindsey. again today, the gallery was full of laylah petersen's family. they lost their 5 year old when suspects fired into the wrong house during a revenge shooting. the state's case connects a gun used in multiple shootings, including the one that killed laylah petersen. a key witness took the stand today. divonte forbes is testifying as a part of a plea agreement for those other shooting, but forbes was not charged in laylah petersens death.because he didn't fire the gun, but he was in the car with the suspects when the shooting took place. 3 3
forbes: the two of them get out of the carprosecutor: so the two of them get out, what's the next thing that happened after fathead and arlis gordon got out of pj's carforbes: i just heard shots and they came back to the car car i want to point out, the testimony included nicknames for the defendant carl barrett, and other men who were charged in the shooting ... paul farr, and arlis gordon are expected to testify in the coming days. reporting live lindsey branwall, cbs 58 milwaukee police say they have a person of interest in the shooting of a 12-year-old boy in riverwest yesterday. yesterday.they say they know the man that they're looking for. and now believe it was an arguement that led up to the shooting on holton and hadley yesterday afternoon. the boy
opened fire at the car he was sitting in. police say the boy was released from the hospital this morning. 3 glendale police continuing to be tight-lipped about a woman found shot to death in a healthcare facilities parking lot yesterday. the 19-year-old woman from milwaukee has not been identfied by police yet. they say they're still working on informing family members. glendale police are not releasing a motive at this time. but say they are conducting interviews. 3 coming up --- we've heard a lot of about water safety in milwaukee recently. now a new into water ?sustainability?. 3 and the historic velodrome in kenosha is on track to reopen...how much the fixes are going to cost...after the break. 3 plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return with your
there's been a lot of concern about the safety of water in milwaukee recently. but how about the sustainability. cbs 58's kyle aeverman reports on a collaborative study that looks at the water challenges the city faces. this is a copy of the 32 page study and it's just phase 1 of an over study. it was released this morning here at
along with the u.s. council on competitiveness and marquette university have been working on this study.they started in february with a conference inviting 50 national leaders and water experts from all over talk about the economic impacts water and manufacturing play in the world.they were able to come up with a number of recommendations to increase the future water demand.the study outlines recommendations on improving the areas of infrastructure, t investment and talent. talent."this is a great collaboration between the education field and business and government coming together to address these issues." issues.""water is a precious commodity. it's going to be a worldwide challenge for decades to come. and so i think about milwaukee in particular and we are very well positioned in a city to be an international leader when addressing the issues identified in the report."
will be put into the overall report. and given to the president-elect of the united states, whoever that may be. repoting in milwaukee. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. the city of kenosha is making moves to get the velodrome fixe. fixed.the city has reached a 25-thousand dollar agreement with a company to fix up the historic track. the velodrome did not open as planned this spring...because of safety concerns. the money will go towards fixing up the cracks and even replacing a neccessary. if the common council approves..the work is expected to begin in november. 3 the dream playground is ready for its new flooring. all of the faulty flooring has been ripped up and bluemel's maintaenance service is ready to install the new one. the goal is to have the playground reopened by the end of the year. the all-inclusive playground had to be closed just weeks after it opened....because of safety concerns about the flooring. 3
3 today: much cooler with highs in the low 60s. breezy with rain showers filling in late this afternoon.tonight: on/off showers. lows in the 40s.week ahead: cool with lower 60s on wednesday with scattered showers. stays cool and a little below-average with highs in the low to middle 60s through thursday with upper 60s and average temps returning to end the week
for more information about the lakefront marathon and the efforts to raise money for fallen police officers' families...you can visit our website cbs 58 dot com. erin, deputy sheriff beres, thank you for joining us. 3 coming up --- firefighters pick up where a local man left inside a burning home... 3 and --- could a string of recent gas station robberies in the suburbs all be connected? a live report is next. 3 and our coverage of last night's debate continues...with more on how the candidates' performances could affect wisconsin voters... 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up
a gas station in racine county was robbed at gunpoint yesterday afternoon...here's a look at the suspect. suspect.his description seems to match that of several other suburban gas station robberies in recent days. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad has been looking into a possible connection... connection...he joins us now live with more...jacob. bill michele, i'm here - in the town of norway...where yesterday afternoon this bp gas station behind me was targeted. and it's not the only gas station that has been hit in the last week or so...stations in mequon and new berlin also held up at gunpoint. these pictures show the suspect...and adult male armed with a large rifle...wearing his hood up... and driving a dark blue toyota.> now - the photos here match up - the shop owner says - with ?this video? - captured september 20th at the mobil location off port washington road.> we brought in the pictures from the town of norway to the mequon location...> and when
definitely the same person.> customers at both locations say they would not expect this level of crime in these area.> here's what one customer in the town of norway said. "yeah, i think a lot of people around here feel like this is a safe community so it's kind of definitely hitting home. it's too close to home actually." actually." a third gas station...a mobil in new berlin...is another location in the mix of these armed robberies.here more on that coming up on the news at five. live in racine county...jacob kittilstad...cbs 58 news. milwaukee police say they have a person of interest in the shooting of a 12-year-old boy in riverwest yesterday. yesterday.they say they know the man that they're looking for. and now believe it was an arguement that led up to the shooting on holton and hadley yesterday afternoon. the boy was shot when a passing car opened fire at the car he was sitting in. police say he was released from the hospital this morning. 3 glendale police continuing to
healthcare facilities parking lot yesterday. the 19-year-old woman from milwaukee has not been identfied by police yet. they say they're still working on informing family members. glendale police are not releasing a motive at this time. but say they are conducting interviews. a west bend family just happy to be together today...after a devestating fire forced them from their home. firefighters rescued an 18-year-old girl from that house. cbs 58's julie parse has the details. it wast yesterday morning when firefighters here at the west bend fire dept got the call about the fire.a 24 year old that lives here with his family woke up to what he called an explosion -- and was able to help get everyone out of the house except his 18 year old sister, who was in the basement. within eight minutes of their arrival, firefighters were able to get inside the house and get the girl out. this is what the house looks like after firefighters from west bend and several neighboring
responded to the call.he said for him and his department, making a rescue and getting everyone out safely brings them a tremendous sense of prid. pride."it's almost indescribable. in our job you see so many things that don't go well all the time. and when they do go this well, it's a true feeling of accomplishment. it's a reassurance of why you're doing this job." job."neighbors we spoke with told me the family is doing well, all things considered. the red cross was called in to t rescued is expected to make a full recovery.live in west bend in jp cbs 58 meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready
3 today: much cooler with highs in the low 60s. breezy with rain showers filling in late this afternoon.tonight: on/off showers. lows in the 40s.week ahead: cool with lower 60s on wednesday with scattered showers. stays cool and a little below-average with highs in the low to middle 60s through thursday with upper 60s and average temps returning to end the week going into the weekend and the start of october. look for the risk of showers returning
3 donald trump will be in wisconsin tomorrow...as we wait to see if his debate change in the polls. the most recent marquette law school poll shows him virtually tied with hillary clinton. clinton.cbs 58's david ade on how the waukesha visit could impact voters..david. the trump campaign is hoping to shift the numbers by pulling in more conservative voters in what's known as wisconsin's wow counties. waukesha ozaukee and washington. trump supporters admit it's that group of counties where trump is underperforming with traditional republican voters.
county fairgrounds last month and tomorrow night he's at the waukesha county expo center.based on recent polls trump supporters say wow county republicans will decide who wins wisconsin and say tomorrow's visit and last week's endorsement from ted cruz may make that happen. other republicans disagree. 3 3 "the wow counties are accustomed to getting their way in republican politics and in this case they were for cruz and not trump and they didn't get their." "a lot of ted cruz' support in wisconsin was because he was the last conservative choice against donald trump. there wasn't a giant groundswell of organic ted cruz support here." here." that republican strategist says he will not vote for trump but breaks down how trump can convince some other republican holdout on the cbs 58 news at five.live in waukesha david ade cbs 58
it's national voter registration day.milwaukee mayor tom barrett joined the city's election commission to promote the importance of getting registered ahead of election day. earlier this year a state law was passed mandating that elections officials identify eligible voters and inform them how to register.as a result, hundreds of thousands of postcards have gone out across the area..most potential voters receviing them within the next ten days. 3 3 coming up tonight on the cbs 58 news at .. hit show "bull": a look inside the world of jury consulting. our amanda porterfield sits down with a real life local jury consultant... and some attorneys to talk about what the job really entails... and how they figure out what makes people tick.don't miss the special report tonight on the cbs 58 news at ten. 3 also tonight on cbs 58 --- the new season of "ncis" continues. followed by the new hit show "bull" at eight. then "ncis: new orleans" at nine.
the news at ten to follow. 3 coming up on the news at four --- milwaukee public libraries are forgiving people who've been a little forgetful about bringing back their book...we'll tell you why... 3 and if you own a front loader washing machine...you could have some money coming. we'll tell you how to collect. 3 plus...it was an emotional night on the diamond for the miami marlins...mourning the loss of pithcer, jose fernandez. a look at how he was remembered by fellow
since we first brought you the news of fine forgiveness yesterday, milwaukee public libraries have begun to see some long
overdue books finally being returned. returned.cbs 58's jocelyne pruna joins us live with more. joceylyne. it looks like people are definitely taking advantage of thisit's only the second day and staff here at the milwaukee public library say they've been busy. nats (of receipt)if you have been blocked from borrowing
and you owe money-- you can have your account re- activated, no questions asked. asked.) and i was like oh i had fines so i should come back in"carmen high school student brandon celis says he took advantage of the campaign he hadn't been to library in about 5 years. "i think last time i checked it was like $20 so coming back was nice especial central library, it's very big."there are 13 locations you can go to and we're talking overdue books, music and videos. come to the desk and ask about your library records and we're going to work with you to try to forgive as much as the milwaukee fines and fees as we can."it's something the library hasn't done in 18 years. "this is something that we do once about every generation so it's really up to you to get here before october 9th so you can get those fines forgived."celis says the process was quick and easy and he wants to make sure this doesn't happen to him again. "i have an agenda
away any reason for people not to come to thr library.if you still owe money and want to come in remember this fine forgiveness campaign goes on until october 9th. live in milwaukee, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. september is alzheimer's awareness month...and an in- home care facility for seniors is trying something ?new? to get the word out. out.synergy homecare is teaching seniors how to take selifes! for every senior selfie posted to their facebook page...five dollars wi alzheimer's association. "you know how they say an old dog can't learn new trucks...hey we can learn new tricks anytime! you just need to be slow with us, take your t" time." their goal is to reach five hundred selfies by the end of the month. so grab your a grandparent or parent and teach them how to take a selife...for a good cause.
the markets are already weighing in on last night's presidential debate --- within the first 15 minutes mexico's peso surged from recent record lows. the canadian dollar also rose...a sign that some investors think hillary clinton did better than donald . trump.and the trend continued today...the dow gained about 133. the nasdaq is up 48 and the s and p is also up nearly 14. 3 3 the maker of epipens are making more off of the life saving drug than previously th mylan's c-e-o told congress last week the company pockets about 100 dollars on each pack... the company has been criticized for pushing up the price of the drug. 3 the walt disney company is reportedly interested in buying twitter. bloomberg reports disney is working with a financial advisor to make a possible bid. twitter is reportedly seeking an acquisition deal worth about thirty billion dollars. microsoft is also reportedly in the running to make an offer. though twitter hasn't commented yet about any deals.
facebook to pass on the opportunity. 3 if you own a front loader washing machine -- you could be eligible to get some money back. but time is running out...cbs' ginger allen explains. natsthis was supposed to make your life easierand your clothes cleaner.natsbut some customers say these frontload washing machines caused their clothes and their houses to sme. smell."you couay clothes spoiler instead of a clothes washer."michael vogler is one of many consumers upset about what he discovered hidden inside of here.."it was black and slimy.water can get trapped in the rubber gasket on the door of a front loader, leading to mold.nowclass action lawsuits against many frontload manufacturers are settling.if you bought a whirlpool, kenmore or maytag front-loading machine between 2001 and 2010, you could be entitled to a $50 cash
machine, or reimbursement for your repairs.if you bought an l-g between 2002 and 2006, you could receive $35 or a cash rebate on your next front loader.in order to qualifyyou must opt into these lawsuits by october.if you have another brand...there are also class actions still pending against some of the other manufacturers.ginger allen, for cbs news, dallas. it was an emotional night in marlins park. the team returned for their first game after the death of their pitcher, jose fernandez in a boating accident sunday. the team all wore his number sixteen jersey and stood for a moment of silence in his honor...before a lone trumpeteer played take me out
"trumpet plays" plays" one of the most memorable moments came when second baseman, dee gordon was at bat. the lefty...stood on the right side of the plate wearing his late teammate's helmet. when the thrid ball was pitched to him...he hit his first home run of the season...and ran the bases. the marlins went on to win the game. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
today: much cooler with highs in the low 60s. breezy with rain showers filling in late this afternoon.tonight: on/off showers. lows in the 40s.week ahead: cool with lower 60s on wednesday with scattered showers. stays cool and a little below-average with highs in the low to middle 60s through thursday with upper 60s and average temps returning to end the week going into the weekend and the start of october. look for the risk of friday and saturday as well.
"open" 3 "well folks, you saw that debate last night, didn't you?" -cheer- -cheer- and the answer to vice president biden's question today is a resounding yes 3 our campaign 2016 coverage begins with the revelation that last night's debate between hillary clinton and donald trump was a ratings hit. hit. more than 80-million people tuned in to watch the showdown....making it the most watched presidential debate in the history of these events. 3 and the numbers from neilson only count traditional t-v viewers...people watching at home....not at parties or bars...or even on sources like p-b-s or c-span, so the
are reviewing the debate. among politicians, the breakdown is largely along party lines. 3 "i tell you if this choice isn't clear i don't know, ohhh my lord." lord." but what i saw was a defense of the status quo, which americans do not want. and i see an opportunity to get us on a better path. 3 but what are other americans saying? one early cnn poll showed 62-percent of the people who watched the debate giving the nod to clinton, while 27-p won.you'll see more polls in the coming days...and of course, there are two more debates coming up in the month of october, and they'll be crucial, since overall polls point to an extremely close race for the white house. here in wisconsin... republicans are keeping a close eye on the so-called "wow counties"... washington, ozaukee and waukesha.as you can see, mitt romney carried the trio in 20-12... and scott walker was above 70 percent in all three when he won another term in 20-14... 14...but donald trump lost all
primary by a sizable marging to ted cruz. how does he make sure the conservative base turns out for him this time? cbs 58's david ade live in waukesha tonight with more... well step one is obviously to show up. donald trump will be here at the waukesha county expo center tomorrow night. this is a little more than a month after trump was at the washington county fairgrounds. a trump supporter tells me the importance tomorrow nighvi cannot be understated.local republicans who oppose trump still say they expect a large rally tomorrow night,,, but say winning the state comes down to convincing the last republican holdouts here in the wow counties.while trump supporters are hoping motivation from the west and north part of the state spreads. trt: 17 and really the only place we have under performance is in the wow counties among republicans. and if you bring those home then i think he's going to win