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drphil.com and tell me about it. we begin at four with breaking news --- two students and a teacher have been shot at an elementary school in south carolina. it happened in anderson... which is in the far northwest corner of the state.one child flight for life from townville elementary school. police have a teenager in custody... and officials say they are not searching for any additonal suspects. one person was found dead in a home near the school. investigators say that person is a relative of the teen they have in custody. we are staying on top of this breaking news... waiting for a news conference that should come soon... stay with cbs 58 for updates. now to a huge break in a northshore murder. glendale police have arrested the man they believe killed a 19-year-old milwaukee woman.
lot monday morning. morning.glendale police have now identified the woman as 19- year-old nya hammond of milwaukee. they say a 21-year-old man is now in custody for her death. police have not released the connection between hammond and the suspect. but family tells cbs 58 the suspect is the father of hammond's 3-year-old son. we have a reporter looking into the details of this case. look for more coming up later in the show. 3 new at four --- a bank robbery suspect who hit three banks in this month...has been identified. police say it was this man --- 26 year-old jubilee s. braithwaite. a warrant has been issued for his arrest. police say he should be considered armed and dangerous. anyone with information about braithwaite's whereabouts is asked to contact the kenosha police department. 3 donald trump expected to arrive in waukesha for a rally at the expo center at six tonight. waukesha county along with washington and ozaukee
wisconsin.cbs 58's david ade is live in waukesha with more...david. - here's how it looks inside- people coming in soon - here was the line outside the expo center- expo center next to county airport, but i've been told trumps plane is too heavy an earlier, i spoke with the waukesha county executive 3 county executive with the waukesha - earlier, i spoke with the waukesha county 3 executive "i think you're seeing great support. we are one of the reddest counties in the entire country and we're excited to have donald trump here...
going to say to the people... and looking forward to supporting him through the election." so tonight's event is scheduled to so tonight's event so tonight's event is scheduled to start at 6... we'll have coverage throughout the night. 3 first trump and then tomorrow e kaine.ann holton will host a meet and greet in milwaukee at 10 thursday morning. then, she'll meet with voters in kenosha at noon. hillary clinton's daughter chelsea visits green bay on friday. 3 stay with cbs 58 both on air and online for the latest on the upcoming campaign visits. the trial for a man accused in the death of 5-year-old laylah petersen is winding down. the final witness was called to the stand today. today.cbs 58's lindsey branwall joins us live with the latest....lindsey.
early today. testimony finished up about an hour ago, and the courtroom was turned over to the defense this afternoon. they called one witness. the witness was a detective in the case. the questions surrounded the clothing carl barrett was wearing. earlier in the trial, a witness says the shooting suspects were wearing all black. defense attorney: then you asked him at some point during that barrett was wearing, correct? detective spano: yes.defense attorney: what did he tell you. you.detective spano: he said that mr. barrett was wearing the same thing he always wears. a dark blue addidas jacket with tan cargo pants. pants. also today the entire courtroom heard the gunshots that went through the front picture window, and killed laylah petersen ... as the prosecutor played a recording captured by the milwaukee pd shot spotter technology the trial will start back up tomorrow morning, the jury
deliberatereporting live, meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today: . clouds with some sun, an isolated shower possible. cool and breezy with late day temps in the upper 50s to around 600. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: broken clouds, still brisk. lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph.week ahead: mix of clouds and sun on thursday with a chance of a few isolated showers, especially late in the day. windy with highs right at average around 660 and northeast wind at about 20mph.. scattered shower chances are with us for friday
in the lower 60s friday and mid 60s saturday. temps bump up a bit to the upper 60s on sunday with clouds and some sun expected.temps move back into the lower range 70s into next week with a quiet start expected. 3 start expected. 3 3 shooting in conference on the live press we now got to a 3 start expected.week with a quiet range 70s into next week with a quiet start expected. 3
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a traffic alert to pass along this afternoon --- two closures in the zoo interchange... one of them temporary... one will last through the winter. starting friday night at 10 p-m... u-s 41 southbound at watertown plank road is going to close temporarily ... they will install tub girders through the night... and weather perin it back open saturday morning. but the long-term closure is a big one... the ramp from south 41... to eastbound i-94 will be shut down until late spring of 2017. the d-o-t says this is a very busy ramp... and losing it is going to mean a longer commute for a lot of people 3 we recommend people to anticipate up to a 30-minute longer drive time. people will start looking at different
out different routes this week before the closure to see what they are comfortable with with here's a look at some of the recommended alternate routes... they include brown deer road and fond du lac avenue... or bluemound road... or watertown plank road to highway 100. this is the time of year milwaukee launches its "strong babies" campaign featuring local babies. cbs 58's kyle aevermann on the serious meaning behind the adorable snapshots. city has already has seen positive results with its strong baby campaign, and he's hoping the next phase will be even better. better. this morning the mayor along with commissioner of health bevan baker unveiled plans for a new phase in the campaign..really focusing on their home visits. the goal of the phase will be to bring awareness and educate families about the value of the program particularly in the african american community. this is said to be a happy positive campaign, which will feature ads on billboards, and
emphasis will be online.social media and a new interactive website will allow potential families to learn the number of programs aimed at helping them out.on average the city of milwaukee has about 100 infant deaths a year the mayor says while there is a downward trend, there is still plenty of work to do. and it's something participating families are grateful for. for."access to healthcare is part of this, but a lot of it has to do with pressures outse system. the conditions in which woman are living and men, but particularly mothers, so we take that very very serio" seriously."take that very very " seriously.""as a mother, we need more help too. we are not perfect. i decided to start when i was pregnant with areiana, and i have still been here for three years." years."if you or someone three " years." if you or someone you know
website cbs 58 dot com. reporting in milwaukee. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news coming up tonight at ten --- a waterford family emerges from a crisis by helping other families who suddenly find themselves at the bedside of a child. i like to bake and i wanted to helphar had bake sales all summer long at the golf course. she raised the money to put toward the packages. packages. a family legacy to help others at children's hospital.how a brave eight year old ..one collected toy at a time..inspired his sister with a collection of her own reaching out to the parents of patients.tonight on cbs 58 news at 10 the compelling story of children with a sense to serve beyond their years that will have you wanting to take action. we'll show you how..tonight at ten. 3 j-j watt is vowing he'll return to the football field. he was placed on injured reserve after re-injuring his
on july 22nd. he tweeted out a statment today saying he hasn't missed a game since his sophomore year of high school. he says while his absence won't be fun...he wants to do what's neccessary to get back to one hundred percent. watt will miss a minimum of eight weeks. and e-s-p-n is reporting a team source says it's possible he'll be out for the season. here's part of the tweet he sent out today...it read adversity sucks. your attitude towards it doesn't have to.i will be back. a new push to put more cash in the pockets of milwaukee county workers. milwaukee county supervisor marcelia nicholson outlined her plan to make the minimum wage 15 dollar an hour by 20-22. it would start with a 57 cent raise for minimum wage workers...that would increase 55 cents every year...until it's up to fifteen dollars an hour in january of 2022. "so let's do what we can as milwaukee county supervisors to listen to the people, to
for everyone and live up to our values of honoring and respecting the hard working people who serve our county everyday." 3 county executive chris abele also has a proposal to raise minimum wage. his plan achieves the goal of 15 dollars an hour by 2021. he will present his idea to the county board next monday. the two largest beer makers in the world...can now become one. sharholders at sab-miller approved their takover over anheuser-busch inbev this needed to make the 103 billion dollar deal final. regulators have already signed off on the deal. there were some unhappy investors, who lost money after the brexit vote. but an agreement was reached. and now the combined company will control almost a third of the world's beer production. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
take a look at this impressive water spout as viewed off the coast of southern lake michigan today. waterspouts are possible yet through tomorrow with a brisk and cool flowing over the relatively warmer waters of lake michigan today: . clouds with some sun, an isolated shower possible. cool and breezy with late day temps in the upper 50s to around 600. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: broken clouds, still brisk. lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15
chance of a few isolated showers, especially late in the day. windy with highs right at average around 660 and northeast wind at about 20mph.. scattered shower chances are with us for friday and saturday, temps are cool in the lower 60s friday and mid 60s saturday. temps bump up a bit to the sunday with clouds and some sun expected.temps move back into the lower range 70s into next week with a quiet start expected. 3
3 in today's health watch --- tyson foods is recalling more than 130-thousand pounds of chicken nuggets sold at costco. the company says their fully cooked panko chicken nuggets may contain chunks of plastic. there have been no confirmed reports of anyone getting sick. 3 an estimated 60 percent of women use birth control in the u-s. and new research has found it could be putting them at an depression.cbs' danielle nottingham has more. millions of women worldwide use hormonal contraceptives. now a new study published in jama psychiatry finds a these birth control methods such as pills or implants may increase the risk of depression. they found that there was about a 23 percent increase compared to non-users of hormonal contraception in terms of depression diagnosis or use of
million girls and women ages 15 to 35 in denmark. the study found adolescents were at the greatest risk. i think for the adolescents the cognitive development is not as mature as women who are older and relationship issues may be more prevalent in the population so i think that sort of reflects that trend trend reflects that trend doctors say the study doesn't change whether hormonal contraceptives should be prescribed to women, but the link is something clinicians and of. women if they do develop signs of mild depression should interface with their providerdoctors say more research is needed to prove the link. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. 3 we all know the saying..."a happy wife is a happy life." well now...there's a study to back it up. the study published in health psychology found that people with unhappy spouses had more physical ailments. they also didn't
have said for years...that being around happy people can make one happy. but it apparently also makes you healthier. trending topics now...brad pitt may be getting a divorce --- but he's ?not? dead. and if you see a post on facebook that says he is...don't click it...it's a scam. a spokesperson for facebook warned users that the post is a hoax. a fake article circulating facebook has the headline, "r-i-p brad pitt." facebook says the post is part of a phishing scam.clicking on the link takes you to a for your facebook username and password.entering that information may give hackers control of your computer. 3 you may want to be more careful about which celebrites you google. comedian amy schumer is number one on "intel security's" most dangerous search list. that means searching for schumer... gives you the highest chances of landing on a site that has viruses or malware. here's a look at the top five on the list. after schumer it's justin bieber, followed
rhianna. 3 a proposal gone wrong at yankee stadium was caught on live television last night...but don't worry...there's a happy ending . here...the man was down on one knee...when he dropped the engagement ring. the massive screen in center field showed everyone around him helping look for it.several agonizing minutes later --- the crowd erupted in cheers -- the ring was finally found.and...she said yes! 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up as the cbs 58 news at four continues.
identified as a young mother from milwaukee. milwaukee.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad spoke to her family this afternoon...he joins us now live from glendale...jacob. the family of 19-year-old nya hammond says she was a part of the cleaning crew at the hospital here this is a picture...>> provided by the family...>> of nya and her three-year-old son 'pj'.>> nya's mother says that pj's father is the suspect now under arrest...>> and that when she rs immediately knew that he was behind it.>> nya's mother says her daughter had recently moved out of her abusive boyfriend's home...>> and family believes that - on monday - the suspect either followed nya to her work - at the hospital - or picked her up and offered her a ride.>> authorities got the call about the shooting at about 5:30 a-m. >> nya was pronounced dead at the scene.>> her family says her son is still too young to know what happened with his "and he loved his mother. now,
there are pictures, you know. his appetite - he doesn't hardly want to eat now because he's used to eating with mom. so we just got to try to just force him, you know? oatmeal. we just try to hold him as much as we can." can." the suspect has not yet been officially charged...>> but that's expected to come through the milwaukee county district attorney's office quickly.>> the family also spent a lot of time talking about this dangerous pattern of physical abuse - we'll spend more that on the news at 5.>> live in glendale...>> jacob kittilstad...>> cbs 58 news. 3 people are begininng to file into the waukesha expo center. the doors opened at three for the campaign event for republican presidential nomineee, donald trump. he's expected to speak at six tonight. 3 and that has some people upset. there are protesters also beginning to gather ?outside? the expo center. cbs
meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today: . clouds with some sun, an possible. cool and breezy with late day temps in the upper 50s to around 600. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: broken clouds, still brisk. lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph.week ahead: mix of clouds and sun on thursday with a chance of a few isolated showers, especially late in the day. windy with highs right at average around 660
we told you yesterday about a young woman who was rescued from a fire in west bend. today --- the family is speaking out about their ordeal. ordeal...cbs 58's eric levy joins us live with the update...eric. bill/michele... considering what this family is going ug 3 most positive people you could meet. they lost a lot of their belongings instantly, but are so thankful they didn't lose 18-year-old lydia...who was trapped in the basement. "she was yelling for help, we were yelling at her, come to the window."one of the darkest days ever for the craig family... family..."you like try and breath and it's...it's awful. i can't imagine what it would be like...in there."kyle
lydia...was.the dehumidifier, 15 feet away from her, exploded and woke the family up. up."i opened the basement door and there was just this black smoke coming up the basement stairwell."the rest of the family ran outside and kyle busted the basement window trying to get to her. her. "there was just black smoke, you could see maybe 2 or 3 feet in to the basement." basement." "jesus, you've got to save lydia, you just have to protect her."kyle's father, jim, was at work in cedarburg and rushed whole time... time..."that was the longest 12 mile drive."but his prayers were answered, lydia was out and alive.their church family is helping them with clothes...food...the necessities.an online fundraiser is already generating thousands of dollars.the craig family is thankful for that, and for the firefighters saving lydia. lydia. "i am truly grateful for what you did for lydia and all of us." we talked to the
them on the cbs 58 news at five. meantime...the craig family is staying in housing that is owned by the church until a permanent situation is found. church members are already talking about volunteering to help them shop for new clothes. live in mf, el, cbs 58. b/m back to you. 3 coming up --- wells fargo may not be the only bank pressuring employees to meet strict quotas. a report on how it could be part of a larger problem... is next. 3 but first -- noticing your kids feeling a little sleepy lately? it could be a problem with their school...we'll have explain afte
folks who say parents and children should be more disciplined and get to bed earlier? 3 for more information you can visit our website cbs 58 dot com. doctor cottrill, thank you for joining us. 3 stocks continue their hotstreak coming off of monday's debate. the dow is up nearly 111, the nasdaq is also up about 13 and the s and p gained about eleven today. wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf is forfeiting 41 million dollars in stock awards and his yearly salary and bonus. bank directors are conducting an independent investigation into millions of fake accounts. wells fargo also says the head of the retail banking division -- carrie tolstedt-- won't get any severance or stock awards in connection with her recent retirement. 3 the five thousand employees who were fired over the fake accounts...say they created
villafranca reports...this could be part of a larger problem in the banking industry. "i accept full responsibility for all unethical sales practices in our retail banking business." john stumpf was contrite last week ... as lawmakers quizzed him on wells fargo's hyper-aggressive sales tactics.oscar garza was a personal banker for a chase bank outside dallas. he says aggressive sales tactics aren't just a problem at wells industry it's systematic. it is not specific to any branch." he says he made under 12 dollars an hourand that the only way to make extra cash was to meet certain sales goals set by managers -- even if that meant signing up customers for financial tools they didn't want.were they sales goals or were they quotas? did they have to be
to be met and there were consequences for not meeting those quotas.what were the consequences?termination. he claims a manager in his branch was aware employees used questionable i-d's to open acco. accounts."never a direct order, but there was definitely an, 'i'm going to turn a blind eye. you do what you need to do to meet that quota.' "a spokeswoman for chase bank disputed some of garza's claimstelling c-b-s news ..."we don't have formal quotas that, if not met, would result in termination."adding "any manager who would encourage illegal activity and would be terminated.""they have to sell as much as they can at all costs."judy conti works at the national employment law project ... which compiled a report on agressive bank sales tactics. it cited bankers from a variety of financial institutions -- all with similar stories ...saying managers pushed workers to meet "almost impossible" goals ... and to "ignore it when consumers say no".omar villafranca, cbs news, dallas. 3 your full readycast with
3 today: . clouds with some sun, an isolated shower possible. cool and breezy with late day temps in the upper 50s to around 600. wind: broken clouds, still brisk. lows in the upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph.week ahead: mix of clouds and sun on thursday with a chance of a few isolated showers, especially late in the day. windy with highs right at average around 660 and northeast wind at about 20mph.. scattered shower
and saturday, temps are cool in the lower 60s friday and mid 60s saturday. temps bump up a bit to the upper 60s on sunday with clouds and some sun expected.temps move back into the lower range 70s into next week with a quiet start expected. 3 sun, an isolated shower possible. cool and breezy with late day temps in the upper 50s to around 600. wind: ne 10-20 mph. tonight: broken clouds, still brisk. lows in the upper 50s.
mix of clouds and sun on thursday with a chance of a few isolated showers, especially late in the day. windy with highs right at average around 660 and northeast wind at about 20mph.. scattered shower chances are with us for friday and saturday, temps are cool in the lower 60s friday and mid 60s saturday. temps bump up a bit to the upper 60s on into the lower range 70s into next week with a quiet start
wisconsin is the largest producer of cranberries in the united states...and the fall harvest is now underway. it started last week in wood county.the berries are harvested, sorted and put in thousand-pound totes, then taken to the freezer.a process that one wisconsin farm has got down to a science. "we grow about 10 million pounds of fruit a year and to get there true tart taste and natural goodness of cranberries out there year round." "harvesting is a great time of year because it's what we work for all year long." 3 the cranberry marketing committee is predicting a solid crop this year. wisconsin is expected to harvest five point eight ?million barrels? of cranberries this fall. 3 let's take another live look inside the waukesha expo center. where donald trump is expected to hold a rally in
y24qmy yvpy we begin with breaking news from south carolina where there's been a school shooting. 3 a teacher and two children were injured by gunfire at an elementary school in toll suspected shooter is a teenager who's now in custody. they also say he apparently shot his father to death before going to the school. one student was hit in a leg and another struck in a foot. the teacher was wounded in a shoulder. the cbs evening news will have the latest on this story coming up at 5-30. 3 you are looking live at the scene outside the waukesha expo center, where in one hour, republican presidential nominee donald trump will
presidential candidates go these days, protesters often follow and indeed, they have gathered outside the site of tonight's rally. 3 just a few weeks ago, donald trump trailed democrat hillary clinton by a wide margin in wisconsin, but the race has tightened and ours has become a battleground state again. again.trump started his day with an appearance in chicago at the 'polish national alliance' where he talked about foreign policy and the u-s economy...and offered this "i'm very good for jobs. in fact, i will be the greatest president for jobs that god ever created, that i can tell you. i'm very strong on jobs and the economy." economy." 3 so what will trump say tonight in waukesha? our team coverage begins with david ade, live inside the 'expo center'....david? - you can see the crowd on the
- they got in a little more than an hour ago - some started lining up outside the expo center early this morning- yesterday... thiensville village president van mobley told me the importance of tonight's visit cannot be understated- he says that because he feels trumps support among wow county republicans is lagging behind other parts of the state.-a little while ago... we asked the waukesha county executive