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good afternoon...it was a presidential debate like few have ever seen before...and today, people in wisconsin and all over the country are reacting to the tense political showdown between hillary clinton and donald tr getting reacton from two republican leaders in wisconsin's leaders...that's coming up in a moment.first, a report on the candidates' return to the campaign from cbs news and craig boswell. donald trump is back on the campaign trail in pennsylvania....after sunday's tense presidential debate. (sot) bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously.trump tried to dismiss the uproar over an explosive 2005 recording of vulgar comments he made about women. (21:10:22 trump) this was locker room talkbut hillary clinton said it proved him unfit for office. office.(21:13:05 clinton) what we all saw and heard on friday
women, what he thinks about women, what he does to women. trump said if he becomes president he'll hire a special prosecutor to investigate clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. (clinton 21:24:21) it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country.(21:24:29 trump) because you'd be in jail. clinton's campaign manager called the comments disappointi. disappointing.(robby mook/clinton campaign manager) 6:47:56 "this is just trump trying to intimidate hillary, bully hillary, and change the debate from anything but himself." (bridge) "trump apologized for his remarks but it may be too late for many prominent republicans across the country who have condemned his statements and ?almost? 2 dozen members of congress have pulled their support."trump's campaign manager said those lawmakers might reconsider. reconsider.(kellyanne conway/trump campaign manager) 8:08:48 "if those members can live with giving the next three or four supreme court justices over to hillary clinton, they should think
leaders are jumping ship, trump's core supporters are standing their ground. in the battleground states of ohio and pennsylvania, at least 90 percent say their view is unchanged.cb, cbs news, washington speaker of the house paul ryan says he's still endorsing donald trump "at this time". cbs 58's julie parise is live in the newsroom with some of the 'state reaction' to the debate and the developments from the weekend. on a conference call this morning, ryan t update to his endorsement.but he did say -- he won't defend donald trump -- and will not campaign with him in these final days of the election. according to his press secretary, the speaker will spend the next month focused on protecting the republican congressional majorities. he told members of congress to quote do what's best for you in your district. ryan's spokesman also said that the speaker is not conceding the presidential race. at an event this morning in la crosse,
asked about his support for donald trump.on friday johnson said he would not try to defend the republican candidate's on women. we'll see what chelsea clinton has to say about last night's debate when she's in our area today. clinton will be campaigning for her mother in racine. she's expected to speak at 1:45p.m. at the living light community center, live in the newsroom im jp cbs58 news 3 there is one presidential debate left on the campaign schedule. donald trump and hillary clinton las vegas next wednesday night, october 19th in las vegas. new information about the victim and suspects from a deadly hit-and-run crash over the weekend. police say just after midnight sunday morning...the driver of a dodge neon ran a stop sign at 51st and auer and slammed into a dodge challenger. one of the passengers in the neon..23-year-old savanna scott, was thrown from the car and landed in the grass. the neon hit a light pole that
life-saving efforts. the other occupants of the car ran from the scene and were later arrested while seeking medical treatment. 3 the man accused of gunning down a rival while he was ordering food in a mcdonald's drive-thru last year... will be sentenced in a kenosha county courtroom this afternoon. 32-year-old "cordell smith" pleaded guilty to first degree 'attempted intentional homicide and first degree recklessly endangering safety 'in the shooting of "jaime vazquez."the shooting pp christmas last year.the victim was the former husband of smith's girlfriend. according to the criminal complaint, smith blamed vazquez for vandalizing his home on christmas. family and friends will remember don lewis at a vigil tonight. they'll gather at 6- 30 at the "young urban jazz cafe" on fond du lac avenue. that's where police found the body of the 65-year-old lewis saturday night...hidden on the property. they're treating his
old milwaukee man is under arrested and police say they'll present their case against him to the district attorney this week. today's the day a 'multi-billion dollar merger' in the beer industry becomes of. official.we've been talking about it for awhile....'anheuser bush in-bev' taking over sab-miller, the parent company of milwaukee's miller brewery. the two companies together create a giant in the industry...controlling almost of third of the global beer market.millercoors says here at the milwaukee usual. a spokesman says the company's committment to milwaukee is as strong as ever. spectacular fall weather on this 10th day of october. meteorologist michael schlessinger is in for rebecca today with your ready weather forecast... michael in wx center today...sunny. highs in the upper 60s. south winds 5 to 15
becoming mostly cloudy. lows in the mid 50s. south winds 5 to 10 mph. .tuesday...partly sunny. a 20 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs around 70. south winds 5 to 15 mph. .tuesday night...partly cloudy. lows in the upper 50s. south winds 5 to 10 mph. .wednesday...cloudy. chance of light ai morning...then light rain showers likely in the afternoon. highs in the mid 60s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph shifting to the northwest 5 to 15 mph in the afternoon. chance of showers 60 percent.
from smoke detector handouts to honoring fallen firefighters...events over the next several days mark fire prevention week in wisconsin and around the country. today, local children are learning how to safely escape a house fire.. cbs 58's kyle aeverman joins us live at the milwaukee fire dpeartment's survive alive house...kyle? the survive alive house has been used by the milwaukee fire department for nearly 20 years. every year, thousands of milwaukee second and fifth graders come here as part of an educational field trip. they learn about what to do in case there's a fire in their home. this morning 21 second graders from franklin pierce
filled with smoke and it was up to the children to figure out how to get out safely. that could mean climbing out of window. and then of course calling 911. and it's a field trip that can one day be life-saving. 3 "like anything in life, sports figures they practice, or ballet or dance or whatever, whatever you do, you always have to practice. so when it comes to a time of an emergency, having that frame of reference to go back to and say we practices i know what to do that's a valuable for the children." children.""we have seen a dramatic decrease a lot of that is due to the work done here at the survival alive house, where the kids are taught. it's also happen because of the very aggressive work we've taken to make sure people have smoked detectors in the homes" and that was another. milwaukee maritime bear wanted to make. the city is offering free smoke detectors to anyone who does not have one. for information on that visit our
packers fans are savoring a 23 to 16 win against the giants sunday night...a new york team that's played well against the pack at lambeau in the past decade. decade. but there's at least one nagging question left after the game.....how badly hurt is eddie lacy?the bruising back was on his way to a big night against the giants, but in the second half he suffered an ankle injury and didn't get back into the game.packers head coach mike mccarthyks this afternoon and you can be sure lacy's condition will be one of the things they ask about. watch for coverage on our news at 4 and 5 today. coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... devastation on a massive scale.,..we'll have the latest on the aftermath of hurricane matthew in haiti. and a celebration at a happy place....it's a milestone for a place built for kids who might not be able to enjoy
has breached near lumberton, and about 15-hundred people are stranded. there are active rescues using helicopters and boats.the governor says he expects flooding to be an issue all week. 3 meanwhile, the devastation left by hurricane matthew in haiti is incredible, especially when viewed from the air.the death toll from the storm last week is now said to be more than a thousand and could climb even higher as rescue teams reach more remote pa jeremie, 80 percent of the buildings are damaged or destroyed. and residents are telling harrowing stories of what it was like living through a hurricane. (sot jeff jeanty) (haiti hurricane matthew rem220 005407)(reverse//hurricane matthew haiti military rem67 @23;49;11)"the first house, the roof was lift. vd: wow the first house next door the roof came flying, jj: i called them, come in here, come in here. then they come in...vd: and then your rood ?makes gesture of roof coming off tens of thousands of haitians are homeless and in need of
seen little in the way of help from their government.a cbs reporter who's covering the aftermath of the storm offered a poignant story illustrating the plight of the haitians. the most difficult part of our reporting came as we were touring part of the village of jeremy, dozens of people surrounded me and they asked me to write their names in my reporters notebook as their way of saying to the world we are here, we survived, don't forget about us. in south carolina, they found something unusual on the beach after hurricane matthew came and went over the weekend. they've determined that these are cannonballs dating back to the civil war. a man spotted them as he walked along the beach. officials were notified and we're told the air force actually detonated some of them.....others were taken to
michael in wx center today...sunny. highs in the upper 60s. south winds 5 to 15 mph. .tonight...warmer. partly cloudy in the evening then becoming mostly cloudy. lows in the mid 50s. south winds 5 to 10 mph. .tuesday...partly sunny. a 20 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs around 70. south winds 5 to .tuesday night...partly cloudy. lows in the upper 50s. south winds 5 to 10 mph. .wednesday...cloudy. chance of light rain showers in the morning...then light rain showers likely in the afternoon. highs in the mid 60s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph shifting to the northwest 5 to 15 mph in the afternoon.
a park in franklin is celebrating an important milestone...it's been open for one year! year!"kayla's playground" was designed to allow children with ?mobility issues? to play like those without.shelly helped ?design the playground.? its named for her daughter "kayla" who died in 20-12. since then (runt-ee) promoted the idea of accessible playgrounds.... and city officials say usage ?here? is steadily growing. "when i observe families on the playground, they're together. . there's no separation of woodchips between families which is beaut" beautiful."organizers say "thrivent mutual funds" recently made a 10-thousand dollar donation to this project.they're going to apply it to some ?improvements? in the space. 3 coming up on your cbs money watch report...samsung's
time for your 'monday' money watch report... 3 samsung can't seem to solve the problem with its latest version of the galaxy note 7. 3 the company is now temporarily suspending production of that phone. this comes after two major carriers -- at&t and t-mobile -- said they would stop offering replacements. soon after the "galaxy note 7"
reported their phones were catching fire.samsung recalled the phones last month, blaming faulty batteries.replacement phones were supposed to solve the problem... but customers report fires in some of those ?new? phones as well. 3 the casino donald trump built in atlantic city has closed its doors. it was called the "trump taj mahal", even though trump hasn't owned it for years. it opened in 1990 and its closing puts 3-thousand people out of work. this is the 5th casino to close in atlantic city in ee 3 a steakhouse chain has adjusted a discount promotion that it tied to a college football game. 'ruth's chris' was offering a 1-percent discount for every point by which the michigan wolverines beat rutgers this past saturday.well, michigan beat rutgers by 78-points....which would have meant that customers would get a 78- percent discount at the
if you're just joining us...news on the go offers a quick look at today's top stories... wisconsin's republican leaders are re-thinking their position on donald trump's candidacy for president as the week begins. 3 wisconsin congressman paul ryan says he won't defend donald trump after his 2005 video comments about women surfaced on friday...and he won't campaign with the republican nominee in the days leading up to the elec tion...but the house speaker endorsement either. today's the day a 'multi-billion dollar merger' in the beer industry becomes official.anheuser bush in-bev' taking over sab-miller, the parent company of milwaukee's miller brewery creating a giant in the brewing industry. millercoors says here at the milwaukee brewery, business will continue as usual. a spokesman says the company's committment to milwaukee is as strong as ever. today...sunny. highs in the
cloudy in the evening then becoming mostly cloudy. lows in the mid 50s. south winds 5 to 10 mph. .tuesday...partly sunny. a 20 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs around 70. south winds 5 to 15 mph. .tuesday night...partly cloudy. lows in the and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. 3 stay tuned to afternoon... coming up at 2 its the rachael ray show...
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