tv CBS 58 Morning News 5am CBS November 7, 2016 5:00am-5:57am CST
good morning everyone. it's monday, november 7-th.i'm jessica tighe. tighe. i'm kate chappell... thanks for joining us.you'll notice a new face at the desk this morning!mike curkov is our newest team member.he joins us frovermont. we're happy to have you mike!we're going to find out more about in the show. show.thanks, kate! we have a lot coming up this hour...not the way we want to start a monday -- with a packers loss. they fought it out....but in the end the green and gold couldn't pull off a win.... more on their game against the colts...in just a few minutes. minutes. but first-- let's get you ready for the day ahead. meteorologist ?michael schlesinger? has your forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today...sunny. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around
rain showers after midnight. lothe ws in wer 50s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. tuesday...cooler. mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. tuesday night...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the upper 30s. north winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 5 to 10 h. 3 3 morningweather should not ape impact the morning drive.lanes will be closed overnight from watertown plank rd. to bluemound rd. for bridge work. watch for delays in the area. good news ifou travel between 3 our top story at 5 -- this morning... police are searching for the driver of a
the family says it happened when the girl was walking to chur on the city's north side. cbs 58's julie parise is live at police headqrters this morning with the latest on the investigation.julie? the medical examiner says an autopsy on that little girl will take place today. the accident happened yesterday morning just before 10 a-m on west leon terrace near hampton avenue. police say the girl was hit and seriously injured when that car hit hershe died from those injuries shortly after the accident. yet released a description of the car or suspect. the family tells us the car did slow down after hitting the girl but then sped off. we just want to make a plea to anyone that may know any info in regards to this that you would please just make a phone call just turn yourself in just make a call if you any info in regards to this tragic accident. a vigil for the little girl is
accident.the family says a memorial fund will be set up in the coming days. live in milwaukee jp cbs 58 now to a developing story---a south milwaukee man is hurt.... after a fire in his garage over the weekend. weekend.the south milwaukee fire department tells us... the man suffered burns while trying to put out the fire.he was taken to a hospital for treatment.we're told his injuries are ?not? serious.the garage itself... is in pretty bad shape.no word yet on how th looking ahead.. .an employee at an assisted living facility in waukesha-- accused of abusing a patient-- will make her first appearance in court t. today.police say.. 38-year-old angela gabriel punched a patient who has dementia in the back at waukesha springs health and rehab... then tried to convince staffers who heard itto tell anyone. relatives say the patient complained of back pain.. but couldn't remember why.gabriel has denied any wrongdoing to police. she's been charged with intentionally abusing the patient.
state to help stop people from abusing painkillers... seems to be working.the number of opioid prescriptions written and filled have dropped by ten percent here in wisconsin. that's compared to this time last year. governor scott walker calls the findings from the state system very encouraging. 3 people in wisconsin are protesting the dakota access pipeline. a group in green bay held a demonstration over the weekend...calling it "standing up for standing rock. "the north dakota tribe has been fighting the construction of an oil pipeline. its supped to rungh missouri river. they say if the pipeline is constructed it will threaten their water and cultural burial grounds. "they can reroute this they definitely can reroute it away from the water and that's the main issue." 3 the us army corps of engineers is conducting an environmental review. 3 in your campain campaign 20-16 coverage--- just one day before the election--- hillary clinton and donald trump will make their final case to voters in key states. states.as the candidates criss-crossed the country
"james comey" sent another letter to congress.... revealing his agency did ?not? find anything new to warrant charges against clinton for her use of a private email server. clinton didn't mention the development at any of her events.?trump? criticized the decision.he said... his rival was being protected by a rigged system. 3 the national president of t n-double-a-c-p... was in milwaukee this weekend reminding people how important it is to vote.cornell brooks spoke to the congregations at "saint mark's a-m-e church" and "greater gal-ilee baptist." he gave a passionate plea. "as a people, as a people, ask us, 'are you up to the ment? are you up to the hour? are you up to the day? are you up to the moment in his" history?'" brooks says... african americans and other minorities ?can't? allow their voices to be silenced by outside forces. 3 cbs 58 will have live team coverage for ?election night? tomorrow. we'll have the results in local and state races. plus - reaction to the
3 the milwaukee county board of supervisors is expected to vote on the 2017 county budget later this morning.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live with a look ahead.kyle? we're here at the milwaukee county courthouse where the supervisors are expected to vote on the budget later this morning. with a budget of more than a billion dollars, there has certainly been controversy.one of the items that has drawn the most critisim is the proposed wheel tax.... which is said el fund milwaukee county public transit systems.county executive chris abele intially introduced the wheel tax as $60, but the finance and audit comittee amended the x and reduced the number down to $30 dollars. that willring in just under 13 and a half million dollars.....abele says there could be significant cuts, or bus fare increases without the wheel tax. the county board expected to vote on thefinal budget at 8:30 this morning.
time to talk packers...another tough loss for the green and gold.the packers offense couldn't get anything going yesterday... the defense didn't have any luck either as the team lost to the indianapolis colts.it's now a losing streak...2 in a row, and the pack drops to .500.cbs 58 spos earl arms and scott grodsky have more from green bay. 3 3 earl: earl arms alongside scott grodsky, where we endured another tough packers loss. their second straight, and their second loss here lambeau field this year. this one though, they weren't even in this game from the benning. the kick return to start off by todman, it's tough to swallow that.scott: no, and especially when the packers offense wasn't then able to even the score with the touchdown, had to settle for the field goal. green bay was chasing the entire game, and that sort of drained a lot of the momentum and the energy out of this stadium, especially coming off of the loss last week to the falcons. aaron rodgers, by the time the offense got something going in the fourth quarter, it was too little too late. let's hear
after the loss.rodgers: we're just not healthy right now. we're waiting on some guys to get back, and like i said last week, it's been a work in progress. we've had so many guys out, and it's been different every week. scott: and as they now head on a three-game road trip, earl, how do you take this and turn it into a winning streak on the road?earl: well, the packers theyay, and it sounds cliche, but one game at a time, and that's what quten rollins told us in the locker room. they talked about trying to get to the quarterback, trying to start fast, actually offense rolling right away, being able to take advantage of the opportunities that they have. you can't drop passes. you can't miss sacks when you have them. the packers certainly doing that against indianapolis, and they'll try to right the ship as they go to nashville. with that, we'll send it back to you guys in the studio.
still ahead this morning--an earthquake near one of the world's key oil hubs ?rocks? ok. oklahoma.plus...a tragic end to an amber alert in missouri. 3 and later...sad news for singer michael buble and his family...after they revealed their young son has cancer.how the couple is moving forward. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties,ow h hard you work and how wages aren't keeping u senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone.
and they had great weather for the festival this st weekend! meteorologist michael schlesinger joins us now with a look at at we can expect today. 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today...sunny. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around midnight...then cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5
will be closed overnight from watertown plank rd. to bluemound rd. for bridge work. watch for delays in the area. good news if you travel between the hale and zoo interchanges for the morning commute. the hwy 100 on ramp to i-43 at the hale interchange is now open. also open is the national ave. on ramp to i-894 northbound. finally the zipper merge between national ave. and greenfield ave. is reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until 3 mang news around the world... there is an operation underway to seize raqqa...the facto capital of isis.this is video released by the syrian democratic forces. forces.they released a statement saying... a joint operations center is in place for the military campaign dubbed-- "euphrates rage."it
groups.. and will be carried out in coordination with international forces. will happen in phases, it'll happen in very close consultations with our partners on the ground - syrian democratic fors - and also with our allies in the region, particularly turkey." turkey." the operation was announced just days after iraqforces entered mosul... where they are now in a fierce battle with isis militants. 3 making national news...an earthquake centered near one of the world's key oil hubs...triggered fears that the magtu have damaged key infrastructure along with buildings.... in an oklahoma town.thankfully police say there have been no serious inju. injuries.officials say sunday's quake was felt as far away as iowa, illinois and texas.oklahoma has had thousands of earthquakes in recent yearswith nearly all traced to the underground injection of wastewater left over from oil and gas production. the earthquake was about 25 miles south of where a magnitude four-point-tee quake forced a shutdown of several wells last week. 3
in missouri.saint louis county police say christopher cadenbach shot and killed his two young sons... before shooting himself over the weekend.their mother called po stnge ansaying things like "not being taken alive."she also said he made references to suicide by cop. cadenbach had been wanted for domestic violence. 3 an officer in utah is dead.he was run over while trying t slow down someone driving a stolen vehicle.official say... "cody brotherson" was setting up a strip s.. morning when the car ?sped by? and hit him.the mpact lled him--- but the spikes he laid down... slowed the suspects long enough to let his fellow officers ?arrest? them. "we have three individuals detained, and they certainl have to be interviewed by the investigators. so, the discussion about any charges is premature at this time." time." officer brotherson is the first member of the west valley police department... killed on the job since -80. 3 authorities say... a deputy from peach county, georgia was
between neighbors.authorities say.... the shooting happened last night.the peach county coroner confirms 41-year-old "patrick son-dron" died. authorities say... when deputies arrived--- they were "under gunfire" .. then returned fire.a suspect was taken to a hospital. the extent of the persons injuries are not known yet. still ahead in entertnment news... some beyonce backlash... in regards to her performance at the c-m-a's. c-m-a's.plus...a certain animated family is about to set an impressive rord. 3 and--- the latest comic book super-hero to hit the lv reception from moviegoers.we
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in entertainment news--- singer michael buble and his wife... are putting their careers on hold after revealing their three-year-old is his wife are devastated by the diagnosis of their eldest son---- noah.the singer says... his sois undergoing treatment in the u-s. ted cial media posts about beyonce's performance at the c-m-a awards. awards.t-m-z reported last
oke onweekend box with a haul o nearly 85-million dollars. "trolls" trailed at number two, with nearly 46-million rounded out the top three, with nearly 15-million. 3 good news simpsons fans...fox just renewed the animated series for an unprecedented 29- th and 30-th season.that means homer and the gang will reach their 669-th episode.the previous record was held by "gunsmoke" - which aired 635 episodes."the simpsons" has been a cultural staple since it started in 19-89...winning emmys...inspiring theme parks...and countless yellow merchandise.
time right now is 5:???lets get a check of ready weather.. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) suy. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around midnight...then cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. tuesday...cooler. mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of lighin in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. tuesday night...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the upper 30s. north winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today...sunny. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around midnight...then cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5
mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. tuesday night...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the upper 30s. north winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.lanes will be closed overnight from watertown plank rd. to bluemound rd. for bridge work. watch for delays i good news if you travel between the hale and zoo interchanges for the morning commute. the hwy 100 on ramp to i-43 at the hale interchange is now open. also open is the national ave. on ramp to i-894 northbound. finally the zipper merge
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was apparently fascinating enou. enough...to slow down traffic along u-s 40 in eastern ohio. folks say the turtle was taking a stroll down the middle of the road at one point...
before safely skirting off back into the wilderness.and.. as turtles go.. this one actually moved with some impressive speed. coming up in the next half hour. hour...a vote on the milwaukee county budget is expected to
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now at 5:30 - a 5 year old girl is killed ... after getting hit by a car in milwaukee. now police are looking for the driver.we have the latest coming up in a live report.. 3 and - a warehouse catches fire in milwaukee overnight.the building was ?vacant?... but quickly raised to a 2-alarm fire.we'll tell you why! 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...the latest on overnight construction closures plus an update on
3 good morning.. it's monday november 7th. i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell. along with mike curkov... the newest member of the cbs 58 morning news team! welcome! 3 3 but first tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist michael 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))today...sunny. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around midnight...then cloudy with a
rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. tuesday...cooler. mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. tuesday night...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the upper 30s. north winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. 3
firefighters rushed out in the middle of the night... to put out flames at a warehouse near st. paul avenue and 15th street.the warehouse is ?vacant?--- but there are a number of businesses nearby--- including a popular new brewery.the flames broke out around 12:30 this morning. morning.this is a live look at the scene. it took firefighters ?more than an hour? to get the flames out. fire crews say... evidence ?homeless? people have been using the building. no injuries reported.the cause of the fire is ?under investigation.? 3 now to a developing story --- a milwaukee family is mourning the death of a five-year-old girl who was ?killed in a hit and run.? run.?police are stil searching for a suspect. cbs 58's julie parise is live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation. investigation.julie? police say the driver of that car hit this little girl near her home on west leon terrace near hampton ave -- then drove off. she died from her
accident. the milwaukee county medical examiner says an autopsy will be performed today. meanwhile, we've learned some details of the accident from the victim's family.her cousin tells us the five year old was holding her mother's hand and walking to church. that's when the car the person that was driving this vehicle did not stop, they kept going. they actuly slowed down after the incident then continued to speed past. 3 a vigil will take place for this girl tomorrow night near the scene of the accident.the family says they are asking for prayers at this time, but a memorial fund will be set up in the coming days.live in mke im jp cbs 58 3 3 now to a ?developing story?--- police are trying to figure out... who shot a 35-year-old man after a ?fight? on milwaukee's north side.it happened inside a home near 41-st and hope around 8-30 saturday night. police tell us... the man has ?serious injuries?--- but is pected
you can imagine the heart-poundingmoments for the people involved in this crash on i-41.the wauwatosa fire department tweeted the pictures. you can see a big rig on the side of a hill near swan boulevard yesterday.a pick-up truck was on its side. the crash happened around 1-45... and was cleared by 3.as bad as the crash looks--- no one was hurt. 3 3 in news around the nation...a magnitude 5 point zero earthquake has shaken central oklahomoa ... causing a lot of damage.the u-s geic survey reports thearthquake struck at 7:44 p.m. last night .with an epicenter about 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city.the quake was centered near one of the world's key oil hubs ... triggering fear that it may have damaged key infrastructure. the quake was felt as far away as kansas city .. .missouri ... and little rock.police say there is quite a bit of damage from the earthquake ... but details were not immediately available. some schools are clos this morning in that area ...to assess the damage. 3 3 looking ahead this morning.... the milwaukee county board of
cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live with a closer look. there has been a lot of endments since the budget was first introduced last moh. one of those is the wheel tax, which will help generate funds for public transit. one of those is the wheel tax, which will help generate funds for public transit. another part of the budget that has gotten some talk is a recommendation to raise the ty 1.46 percent. that would raise more tha4 million dollars for total of 291 million dollars.the county has a total budget of 1.18 billion dollars. the county board of supervisors is expected to adopt the budget at 8:30 this morning.
uber crash... is expected to be in court this morning for a eliminary hearing.the crash happened on clybourn avenue in milwaukee last month. 23-year-old "ja-sahn ra-how-ah is charged with homicide. police say... he was behind the wheel of his brothers car when crashed into an uber drivers cathe three passengers inside .. were from chicago-- one had ties to our area.they were all killed. police say... ra-how-ah admits to drinking and taking off from the scene with a passenger. 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
today...sunny. highs in the mid 60s. south winds up to 10 mph. tonight...partly cloudy through around midnight...then cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chan of light rain showers in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mphtuesday night...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the upper 30s. north winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 5
roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.lanes will be closed overnight from watertown plank r to bluemound rd. for bridge wo. watch for delays in the area. good news if you travel between the hale and zoo interchanges for the morning commute. the hwy 100 on ramp to i-43 at the hale interchange is now open. also
finally the zipper merge between national ave. and greenfield ave. is now gone.a reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until spring 2017. this will have an impact on your morning drive. drivers will want use the following 3 3 3the green bay packers are now 4 and 4.not a spot we'd like them to be in.the packers lost at home last night... to the indianapolis colts--- 26 to 31. cbs 58's kevin holden breaks it all down ...kevin? 3 3 good morning. the aaron rodgers era paers have made a living out of stepping up in the face of adversity and finishing strong in the second half of the regular season.
and twitter went crazy. lots of
jokes...from phony reports that the packers had signed him as running back... to "the squirrel has spent more time in the end zone than the packers." 3 when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news... imagine getting the day off on election day... and getting paid for it. 3 some companies are actually doing that.we have the details
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to
let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families.
in campaign 2016... just one day before the election... hillary clinton and donald trump will make their final case to voters in several key states.fbi director "james comey" sent another letter to congress... to update them on the investigation into hillary clinton's private email server. craig boswell has the latest.
trump capped a five-state campaign push in virginia overnight...railing against the fbi's decision to exonerate hillary clinton over her email controversy:(sot trump) this is a rigged system//hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it.after reviewing thousands of newly discovered clinton emails...fbi director james comey penned another letter to congress sunday...revealing investigators are standing by their july decision...not to bring charges against the democratic jennifer palmieri) we're glad that this matter is resolved -nats-clinton did not mention the fbi development as she rallied support in pennsylvania, ohio and new hampshire...with the help of lebron james and james taylor: (sot clinton) i really believe that america's best years are still ahead of us. us.(standup: craig boswell cbs news washington, d.c.) clinton's email saga has haunted her throughout the entire caaign... despite the fbi's final decision the issue continues to be a source of debate on capitol hill. in a statement sunday night --
americans to vote for trump saying clinton "...simply believes she's above the law and always plays by her own rules."senate minority leader harry reid once again accused director comey of breaking the law for penning his original letter to congress...writing.. ."director comey created a political firestorm eleven days before a presidential election merely to confirm what we already knew: that secretary clinton's email practices were legal."voters will get their final say the polls on election day. craig boswell cbs news washington. donald trump campaigns in five states today--- including crucial states, florida and pennsylvania. hillary clinton will also be in pennsylvania-- along with bill and chelsea clinton....president obama... the first lady... and bruce springsteen. 3 cbs 58 will have live team coverage on election night. we'll have the results in local and state races. plus - reaction to the presidential election.please join us right here on cbs 58.. on tomorrow night. 3 3
control and prevention drresistant fungal infection. infection. the c-d-c said on friday that 13 people have become ill from candida auris---a sometimes fatal infection with a high likelihood of causing outbreaks in
healthcare facilities.seven u-s cases occurred between may 2013 and august 2016 in illinois, maryland, new york and new jersey.four of the seven infected patients died ...lab evidence suggests these cases are related to those in south america and south asia with healthcare settings. 3 in your moneywatch this morning - election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u-s this year. general motors is one of many companies that makes election day a paid holiday. holiday. other companies include ford... hearst publishing... patagonia... mattress company "casper"... and digital media company "thrillist." ford sent an email to workers telling them--- "every. vote. counts." outdoor clothing company patagonia is closing all its retail stores... its headquarters in california...
nevada.there's ?no? federal law requiring workers get time off to vote... and state laws vary. 3 need a ride to the polls? zip-car is offering members ?free? access to more than 7-thousand cars on election night.you can sign up on zip-car's website or app.the car-sharing company says it wants to encourage people to cast their votes. 3 3
when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news,,,,,a pennsylvania bus driver is being called a hero ... for her kindness.how she turns a 4th graders day around
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experts are predicting record corn and soybean crops in wisconsin this year. positive... but farmers say that might actually turn out to be a negative.they say the better the yield... the less they'll be o sel their crops for.in fact... uw- madison agriculture professor paul mitchell says corn is costing more to harvest than to sell. "most farmers are going to be losing somewhere around cents a bushel on average easil" easily.""i do fear that as these prices have come down so much over the last couple of years that it's going to drive out the younger farmers that don't have a lot of equity."
farmers say the trans-pacific partnership would actually benefit them... because it makes exporting goods cheaper. but... neither of the presidential candidates support that trade deal. 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) south winds up to through around midnight...then cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light rain showers after midnight. lows in the lower 50s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. tuesday...cooler. mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light rain showers in the morning. highs in the mid 50s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. tuesday night...colder. partly cloudy.