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but police say they will not be releasing any new information this evening.live in muskego...jacob kittilstad...cbs 58 news. 3 we're also following breaking news tonight....the medical examiner, called to an industrial plant where a worker has died in an accident. accident. cb58's amda devoe joins us live from cudahy...amanda? the medicalexaminers office confirmed that officials were here at this plant to investigate the death. police responded a few hours ago to the accident here at ati forged products here in cudahy. we're told that the employee was working was a hammer operator who was hit by debris when the person died. according to the company website, the plant makes materials for aircraft like helicopters and launch vehicles and other machines in the aerospace industry. details are limited at this time and police are still investigating. live in cudahy
3 and milwaukee police are investigating a strange incident at the craig montessori school near 77th and congress. they say a 22-year old man walked into the school as an authorized visitor....he then locked himself in an office and refused to leave. eventually police arrested the man without incident. police will seek charges of disorderly connd duct assession of drug paraphernalia. 3 3 toss to drew drew tonight: mostly clear. a little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind: n 2-5 mph. friday: lots of sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw
of fans are celebrating a world series championship...their first since 1908. the cubs won a 'pulse-pounding game 7' of the series in cleveland last night, sending their fans into 'ecstasy.' crying and screaming! i mean, everyone in chicago is exhausted lauren if you could say something to any of the players, what would you say? jeff //season ticket holder: just thank you man. thank you for the best summer that could possibly have happened even a certain well-known fan' of the crosstown white sox chimed in with his congratulations today. 3 "the last time the cubs had won, thomas edison was alive and they hadn't invented sliced bread yet. so you know the expression, this is the greatest thing since iced bread? this is actually for cubs fans, the greatest thing since sliced bread." bread." and all that cubbie blue joy' has spilled across the illinois border into wisconsin
every piece of cubs gear they can find.cbs 58 and telemundo wisconsin's jocelyne pruna has that story from kenosha. you can see the tables are pretty empty... here at dicks sporting goods they have been selling these world series shirts like crazy.and when a shipment comes in... the rush begins.nats 5 secthis is how cub fan lourdes velez describeshis vict aory... she's been busy. "i've also gotten some of the championship tshirts and earlier i got 17 of the grey ones."because every member of her family needs cub gear. "that's what fans do. yo know they don't care what they are going through. they'll stand there, no matter how long."it has been a waiting game for many faithful fans-- some standing around for 2 to 5 hours. jessica cranley/ from racine racine "it's been 108 years,
exciting. i stayed up late last night."even this cardinal fan stood in line for a friend in south carolina. . eric peters/ from kenosha kenosha"people tell me to watch, might get jumped hahaha. it's awesome. it was a great world series. i didn't expect it to go 7 games." people from all walks of life who patiently passed time here at the store.... say they just want a piece of history. "how many years has it been? more than 100 years! waiting for this moment. so it's very special." shipments will continue to come in... they just dont know when but cub fans dont seem to mind the wait. kenosha, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. the cubs are planning to hold their victory parade in chicago tomorrow....watch for coverage right here on cbs 58. 58.and it's never too early to plan on seeing the champs up here in milwaukee. the 2017 brewers schedule shows three visits by the cubs... a series in early april, one in late july and another in late september. with a little luck, maybe the brewers and cubs could be battling for first
new tonight, exa early voting sites are proving very popular. milwaukeemayor tom barrett just held a news conference to talk about the turnout. 3 "i'm here today to report that milwaukee has surpassed the early voting record established in 2012. as of yesterday, more than 38,000 in person, absentee votes have been cast." cast." the record year the mayor's talking about was four years ago..when 36-thousand 500 votes were cast during the entire voting period. mayor expects close to 50 thousand when early voting closes on saturday.this year, the city added two early voting centers to the traditional polling place at the zeidler building downtown....one is at the forest home library...the other is at the midtown center. no word yet from dane county on the names of the local people involved in a horrific crash last night. night.it happened on this stretch of i-94 about ten miles east of madison. authorities say an s-u-v driver made a u-turn and drove
after a trooper spotted him driving erratically. he slammed head-on into a car driven by a whitefish bay man who was critically injured. 3 passengers in his car were killed including two women from milwaukee. it was a grisly scene...even for first reonders. ,wisconsin state patrol?sergeant william miller "it is emotional involvement here because we're human too and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there it is very difficult to process but i know mpeople out there working last night are professional. they are going to take care of hi first but then we're also going to provide services for them afterwards if necessary. the wrongway driver then hit another car, killing a 23-yea old illinois man. the 32-year-old suspect from the madison area was critically injured. a formerkenosha county sheriff's caain makes his first appearance on sexual assault charges. charges. a ten thousand dollar cash bond was set today for 73-year old clarence mielke, who lives in pleasant prairie. he's accused of assaulting a 50-year old mentally ill woman
living center owned by his wife. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for november 16th. milwaukee county board members approve a significant boost in the county's minimum wage. wage."let's not hold people back anymore. let's help people move on up and move forward. let's invest in our co" community." it's a plan to raise the 'base pay' to 15-dollars an hour by the year 2021. the pay will apply to county employees and for contractors who work for the county...for xa mitchell international airport. the board approved the measure by a 12 to 4 vote today. the minimum wage next year will jump to 12-35 an hour. 3 next at five, a presidential campaign is a family affair. we'll check on two relatives who were out on the trail today. 3 and we'll take a closer look at the race for congress in wisconsin's fifth district. the latest challenge for a man who's been in washington for a long, long time. 3"reopen" "reopen"
if you're up her senator johnson's been your guy in washington. voting for special tax breaks for wall street and multi-millionaires, like himself. even taking a shady ten million dollar corporate pay out. but around here, johnson's stacked the deck against the middle class. he'd even abolish the minimum wage. ron johnson's just not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
knows how to shake things up, doesn't he?-cheer- he?-cheer- it's been months since we've heard from donald trump's wife melania. but there she was campaigning for her husband in suburban philadelphia today. this was her first public speech sincethe gop convention, where she was accused of copying lines from an old michelle obama speech. campaign 2016 was once again a family affair in milwaukee this morning as chelsea clinton made an appearance in walker's point. point. about the little people making sounds. it makes me feel right at home. it really doesn't bother me at all." all." clinton is a mother herself and she campaigned for ?her? mom, hillary clinton at anodyne coffee....the latest of several stops in wisconsin this week. "my mother has been driven my whole life and even longer than i've been alive by the belief that we hae to do all the good we can for all the people we can in all the places we can for as long as
the final marquette poll before the election shows hillary clinton with a 6 point lead over donald tump. a local business owner is hoping to knock long-time wisconsin congressman... jim sensenbrenner... out of office next week.cbs 58's david ade is live in studio bringing new attention to the race in wisconsin's fifth district. congressman jim sensenbrenner is running for his 20th term in d-c... representing a chunk of milwaukee's suburbs.khary penebaker says he's hoping to can beat sensenbrenner. -nat-democrat khary penebaker is a roofing company executive who says his years of business experience will translate to wa. washington.""i've experienced things that congresspeople don't. they don't create jobs.. they aren't worried about payroll... they aren't worried about making sure their safety ratings are incumbant... jim sensenbrenner says he stands for defending the bill of rights... and also backs change moving forward. forward."we have a positive... conservative agenda that will create good paying jobs for every person in america."
like russ feingold... and wants to fight for universal background checks for buying a firearm... and wants to tackle student load debt.wisconsin's fifth congressional district traditionally votes heavy republican... a clear challenge for penebaker. "this can't be something that just because you've been in office that you deserve to be in office further. you have to earn it, and that's something my opponent has failed to do. " sensenbrenner countered... saying he's held almost 250 open meetings and office hours in district...and says he outsider can't."we need somebody with experience and knowing how things work in order to get to the bottom of things." libertarian john ardnt is also on the ballot in the fifth congressional district... he tells me his policies mostlalign with republicans... expect he doesn't agree with them spending money they don't have. 3 election night will be here in five days and we hope you'll stth ay wis 58 through this
nextuesday. our team will bring you the results of the presidential race and all hte key local races. 3 3 3 tonight: mostly clear. a little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind: n 2-5 mph. friday: lots of sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend with lots of sunshine both saturday and sunday. stays mild with highs in the low to middle 60s saturday and sunda some 50s return next week, but no major signs of a
little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind: n 2-5 mph. friday: lots of sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: quiet weekend with lots of sunshine both saturday and sunday. stays mild with highs in the low to middle 60s saturday and sunday. some 50s return next week, but no major signs of a cold snap.tonight: mostly clear. a little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind:
sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: quiet weekend with lots of sunshine both saturday and sunday. stays mild with highs in the low to middle 60s saturday and sunday. some 50s return next week, but no major signs ofa cold snap. the calendar says november, but the forecast says u can still get in a few bike rides
sharing stations are opening up in milwaukee. cbs 58 was on hand today for a traditional docking of the bicycles at mlk and north. bublr now has 57 stations, all launched since fall of 2015.for the historic king drive improvement district--this is a huge in generating extra shoppers.. 3 we like that there's a more health concious focus with bublr bikes. that they encourage people not just to go through dow come to the neighborhood and support the local businesses." businesses." bublr bikes are considered a valued amenity for entrepreneurs looking to locate new businesses. the day after an epic world series... the chicago cubs return home. 3... ...plus a couple packers return to practice... that
i can't believe after 108 years we're able to hoist the t. trophy.regardless of who you were rooting for... this game seven of the world series one of the best games you'll ever see--even from the start with dexter fowler's lead off home-run. from a game-tying home run from rajai davis to the rain delay... this game full of the drama you'd expect from two teams trying to break a combined 176 years series...it took ten inings, but it was ben zobrist's hit that put the cubs up to stay, along with miguel montero's rbi single. zobrist... winning the world series with kansas city justa year ago, helps the cubs to another--he's your 2016 world sereis mvp. it getting away in the eighth then having the rain delay, then scoring those two runs in the 10th. it was an epic battle.i think tradition is worth time mentally and
superstitions are not. it shoudln't have been there in the first place. but now we can move forward. only six times has a team come back from 3-1 down to win the world series. here are the other five...1985: kansas city royals over st. louis cardinals 1979: pittsburgh pirates over baltimore orioles1968: detroit tigers over st. louis cardinals 1958: new york yankees over milwaukee braves pittsburgh pirates over washington senators the packers with a handful of guys returning to practice today... guard t.j. lang and running back james starks among that bunch.... bunch....the packers also getting jared cook back at practice. he's missed every game since week three against detroit with his sprained ankle. coach mike mccarthy though talked about his defense--speciaifally the pass rush ahead of practice and ahead of indianapolis. whether its through pressure for a four man rush--those are your options. you either rush
against atlanta and we've corrected it with our players and now we move on to indianapolis. we'll see if the secondary survives another tough test sunday. packers and colts, a 3-25 kickoff on c-b-s 58. the packers on home game in november - they round out the month at tennessee, washington, and philly. tonight... the bucks trying to go over indiana tonight at home. giannis antetokounmpo trying to fill the box tonight again.... the only guy in the nba putting up at least 23 points, nine rebounds, five assists antwo blocks a game. 7:00 the start from the bmo
russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van.
captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the race gets tighter. as election day grows closer-- >> five days away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. ( cheers ). >> imagine it is january 20, 2017, trump standing in front of the capitol. >> pelley: also tonight, owniors argue over two of their >> i wouldn't trust her to go to the stoir for me. >> i don't believe he's qualified to lead anything, including my local homeowners association. >> pelley: the government says kids are eating too much salt, putting their health at risk. ( cheers ) tears of joy in cubville.