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important work. thanks for watching.3 3we begin at four with breaking news...the medical examiner's office has been called to the scene of an accident near 60th and howard on milwaukee's south side. initial reports ofperson hit by a vehicle though that is not confirmed by police. we have a crew at the scene gathering information we will bring you an update later in the we learn more. election day is tomorrow...and that means today is the last chance for candidates to rally . supporters.both donald trump and hillary clinton are hitting the trail hard in battle ground states. voters in ?five? states today including florida...which is seen as a must win for the republican nominee. both he and hillary clinton are also camapainging in pennsylvania. obama and vice president joe biden are also stumping for clinton across the country today. 3
politicians and their donors lose. if they n, the american people lose big league." // //"vote for yourself, vote for your family, vote for the issues that affect the future vote on the issues that matter to you." you." the president and the first lady will join clinton at a rally inside indpenedence hall in philidelphia later tonight. while trump ends his night with governor mike pence in micigan. the latest cbs news poll shows clinton leading trump by 4 points nationally. 3 now to the wisconsin senate ce..democrat russ feingold just wrapped up a campaign event in racine. he's toured all of wisconsin's 72 counties as part of his attempt to win back the senate seat he lost six years ago. "we're gonna make surethat hillary clinton and tim kaine have a senate that they can actually work with. the only way that can happen is making sure the democrats pick up four shat eats tmeans winning right here...you gotta make me a senator again...cheers." again...cheers."
shows this senate race is neck and neck. both campaigns have flooded the airwaves with ads but it is the ground game and getting folks to the polls will be key in an election this close. 3 incumbent..senator ron johnson.. is making his final bus tr stop in waukesha tonight. he's been touring the state..sometimes with congressman paul ryan or jim sensenbrenner..other times with governor scott walker . cbs 58's david ade is at that event...look for e tonight on the cbs 58 new at nine on w-m-l-m the "m" and the cbs 58 news at ten. tomorrow...groups across the state will be offering ?free rides? to voters having difficulty getting to the polls. polls.in milwaukee...a massive coordination effort underway at saint francis of assisi pari. parish...cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live with details on how to get a free ride to polls tomorrow...jacob. these people are working with citizen action of wisconsin. they tell me they'll be
until about 7 o'clock.n - tomorrow ?all day? - they'll be back at the phone operating like a free taxi service for voters. the group estimates they'll have more than 100 volunteer drivers...picking up people to get to their polling location. hundreds more people will be taking advantage of those rides.consider this - you can schedule day of by calling the number 414-909-2016.you could even call that number right appointment.it's really a no- questions-asked situation - other than 'do you have photo id' and 'what time would you like to be picked up'.workers here say it's all going to be a continuation of their push for early voting. 3 "when i first started i didn't realize so many people didn't have ids, so many people didn't have rides to the polls, so many people were not aware of the laws when they went to vote. so i'm very
system that helps people to participate in democracy." 3 and coming up on the news at 5 - more businesses, focused on transportation will also be offering free services.that information...coming up in about an hourlive in milwaukee... jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. milwaukee police will be monitoring polling locations tomorrow. the department says it wants to ensure a safe and fair election process. process.and to do locations to make sure there are no disruptions or excessive protests. the department of justice will also have "election integrity" teams on hand to make sure there are not violations. the wisconsin election commission announced today early voting numbers broke the previous record by a big margin. 3 the commission says nearly 800- thousand absentee votes were cast during the early voting period. that's about 135- thousand-400 more early voters than in 20-12.wisconsin's chief election official
growing...it doesn't necessarily mean there will be a higher overall turnout. the commission is predicting that a total of three-point-one million people will cast ballots tomorrow...that's nearly 70-percent of wisconsin's eligable voters. 3 and please joins cbs 58 tomorrow night for our election coverage. we will have live team coverage on important local races. we will bring you the results of those as they roll in. we'll also be bringing you the results of the presidential election. that's tomrrow night right here on cbs . meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca.
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driv involved in the hit that k girl on her way to church. church.the family is imploring the person repsponsible to turn themselves in.five yar old rickyia adia langham. ..was hit near 64th and leon she died at the ene. morng. of the car.the family was with the rl when she was hit emedth car slowed down at first, but thk off. we just want to make a plea to anyone that may know any in in regards tthis t u would e
drers in milwaukee count will be paying 30 dolls to coun boarproved the amended wheel tax today. it was proposed by milwaukee county ch 58's kyle aevermann reports. there is now doubt public transportation has been the biggest topic of discussion this morning. there has been lots of talk around a proposed wheel tax. county executive chris abele intially proposed $60 a year fee per vehicle. the finance and audit committee adopted an amendment to reduce that to $30. those fee's would be used to help fund milwaukee county public transit. but the sueprvisors say that state lawmakers need to help.
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here having an interview right . now. brown was discovered chained inside metal storage container. her boygriend's remains in a shallow grave nearby. on saturday, kohlhepp took investigators to where he says two other bodies are buried.only one of which has been found. 3 the first female u-s attorney general has died. janet reno's goddaughter says the 78-year-old trailblazer passed eodayfrom complications of parkinson's disease. cbs' hena das legacy. janet reno was the first woman in u.s. history to become the government's top lawyer. nat swearing inby the time she took office, a crisis was already building at a compound iwatexas. the branch davidian religious sect - led by david koresh -- was in a standoff with the fbi. reno ordered agents to storm the property, saying she believed children were being
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responsible for it reno also drew fire for her handling of the case of elian gonzalez. the 6-year old refugee had been living with relatives in miwhreno ordered federal atgents house. sent back to cuba to live with his father. the community was enraged.that case and the fallout from waco haunted reno for years...but she was also recognized for enforcing l rights and her efforts to regulate violence on tv. justice dtm diagnosed with parkinson's disease. never married, she retired to her modest family home near the everglades and declared herself a private citizen. public life had brought dark timesbut looking back she described her career in politics as "an activity of joy."hena daniels, cbs news. casualties are mounting in
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gunfire in the streets have left dozens injured. teams of medics, y they eccasualties as kurdish troops fight isis militants street by street. more than a million civilians are still thought trapped inside mosul. the u-n has set up 82 "rapid response teams" to help civilians fleeing mosul. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. 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. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. you hear that sound ? ? like thunder, gonna shake your ground ? ? you held me down ? ? but i got up ? ? get ready 'cause i've had enough ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ?
possible in the morning. clearing as we go throughthe afternoon. highs in the upper 50s but falling into the afternoon.week ahead: sunshine returns starting wednesday and lasts through the weekend. 50s wednesday to the lower 60s thursday before cool air surges in. right around averagth upper 40s friday. back to the middle 50s with sun and a southwest breeze over the weekend 3 today: a little cooler but still well above-average and warm with highs in the 60s.
afternoon.. wind: sw 5-10 mph. clouds thicken tonight. lows in the upper 40selection day: lots of clouds to start the day with light rain showers possible in the morning. clearing as we go through the afternoon. highs in the upper 50s but falling into the afternoon.week ahead: sunshine returns starting wednesday and lasts through the weekend. 50s wednesday to
the lower 60s thursday before cool air surges in. right around average with highs in the upper 40s friday. back to the middle 50s with sun and a southwest breeze over the weekend
3 cbs 58 news is looking ahead..to veterans day and the marine corps birthday..both officially observed this week..and a local veterans group--guitars for vets--has something special planne..patrick nettesheim is here to tell us more.this thursday at the pabst brewery for rock to remembertell us how you'll raise money what they money will be used fora simple idea that has really blossomed..and i think its because your events aren't just for vets and families--anybody in the community..
tickets or make a donation. you can visit our website cbs 58 dot com. patrick, thank you for joining us. 3 cong driver accused of killing three women in an uber car entered his plea in court today...the update ahead. 3 and election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the country...including some right here in wisconsin...a live report is next. 3 and the public will get its first change to weigh-in on proposed changes to the milwaukee public school system tonight. we'll tell you what's up for discussion after the break. 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up
we have an update now to breaking news we brought you at the top of the hour. a woman is confirmed dead after being hit by a car on milwaukee south side. side.cbs 58's lindsey branwall is on the scene near 60th and h. howard.she joins us now live with the update...lindsey. still a scene here at this
right now, forensic teams are taking photos..and this car right here... you can see the windshield is shattered. we just learned a 50 year old woman was hit while walking in the crosswalk. she wal that struck the woman did stay on scene and cooperate with police. this all happened about an hour and a half ago. and as you can see, police are still on scene... we'll continue to being you updates as they develop... reporting live... some major u-s companies have declared tomorrow a paid
companies like g-e and ford motor company...want their employees to take the day off...to get out and vote. vote.and one wisconsin company is doing the same. same.cbs 58's marshanna hester joins us live from "johnson creek enterprises" in hartland with more...marshanna. bill and michele-- this parking lot will be empty tomorrow as all 46 employees will have a paid day off to exercise their right to vote. johnson creek enterprises is the first company in the us to make liquid for electronic cigarettes and vaping devices. ceo christian berkey says shutting down on election day is the right thing to do for his team. the company did this for the first time 4 years ago for the presidential election in 2012.. and plans to keep doing it in the future. berkey says giving employees a paid day off gives them the opportunity to make an informed decision at the polls
39.33-39.43 "maybe you want to take some time to think about it, go talk to people, instead of just bolt to the polling place, bolt back, you can relax a little bit and take the day for yourself. 3 berkey hopes to set an example for other companies to follow-- but he understands it's not easy to do. coming up at 5 -- we'll tell you how much money johnson creek enterprises will lose by closing on election day. live in hartland, my cbs 58 news. let us know what you think about employers giving their workers the day off to vote tomorrow...we invite you to go to our cbs 58 facebook page and leave a constructive comment. the man accused of crashing into an uber driver's car and killing the three passengers inside entered his plea in a milwaukee county courtroom today. cbs' 58's julie parise reports from downtown. 3 jasen randhawa plead not
which killed 3 women and left their uber drive with serious injuries.nats among the multiple charges, randhawa is facing four counts of reckless degree homicide, three counts hit and run causing death, and operating a vehicle with a revoked license.the october 23rd crash happened at 2nd and clybourne. the three women killed were from chicago, although one of the women was from the menomonee falls area. randhawa is now bound over for . trial. appearance is november 22nd. he'll be scheduled for a trial date at that time. reproting in mke i'm jp cbs 58 news. 3 bail is set at 15-hundred dollars for an assisted living worker who allegedly punched a patient with dimentai in the back. it happened last month at "waukesha springs health and rehab". according to the complaint...38 year old angela gabriel tried to convince staffers who heard the alleged
would later complain of back pain but that he couldn't remember why.gabriel has denied any wrong doing to police. she'll be back in court next month. new today at four...a man has been charged with holding up a bank in kenosha on friday...and threatning to detonate a bomb. bomb.37-year-old brian thielen had only been out of jail two days when he walked into the johnson bank in the glenwood crossings shopping center on fr. friday.according to the complaint a man had put him up to the robbery. and indicated to employees in a note that he was watchine requested one million dollars and threatened to set off a bomb. that device turned out to be fake. all the employees were evacuated safely. if convicted, thielen is facing more than 20 years in prison. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca.
today: a little cooler but still well above-average and warm with highs in the 60s. air sky late this afternoon.. wind: sw 5-10 mph. clouds thicken tonight. lows in the upper 40selection day: lots of clouds to start the possible in the morning. clearing as we go through the afternoon. highs in the upper 50s but falling into rnn.week a returns starting wednesday and lasts through the weekend. 50s wednesday to the lower 60s thursday before cool air
upper 40s friday. back to the middle 50s with sun and a southwest breeze over the weekend mps trying to shake things up a bit to improve all student performance...but is starting school before labor day the answer?parents here's your chance to weigh in. in.cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live at ..amanda. yes, michele, starting school in august.. and a school uniform policy are just a few changes mps wants to make. . superientendent driver
the school board meeting last week. in her plan .. that school calendar year would end no later than may. right now kids don't start school until after labor day .. according to state law. driver also wants coaching for staff in low performing schools .. and early literacy programs for younger students so they don't fall behind. mps says they are aware that there are students of color are underperforming.. and they hope to improve that. 3 "any plan can isn't going to work of it and with it. i think that this is a good start in that direction." 3 and the public will be able to have their say in less than two hours at bay view high school. live in milwaukee. ad cbs 58 news. breaking news -- milwaukee police just released this video.. showing the car suspected of hitting and killing a little five-year-old girl yesterday. rickyia adia
64th and leon terrace.the suspect car -- believed to be a gray or silver ch s-u-v.. kept driving.. police believe it may have some damage to the front passenger side bumper or grille area.if you know
anything about s 7360. police at 414-935-7360. 3 not much to like about yesterday's loss at lambeau field. the offense didn't get going until the fourth quarter... the defense couldn't get a key stop on third down... and special teams were dismal. dismal.the first play of the game set the tone... a 99-yard kickoff return for a score aaron rodgers woke up late... got two scores in the fourth
but the packers fail to take care of business... they fall to the colts 31-26... the team is now in third place in the n-f-c north... head coach mike mccarthy told the media today that the team is not that far away... concerned...
you just focus on the details... not taking anything away from the colts, who came in here and made more plays than we did 3:48 3:48more plays than here and made 3:48 the packers have their next three games on the road... next sunday they go to tennessee to take on the titans 3 coming up tonight on the cbs 58 news a ten... a bank robber who's shattered the glass ceiling.. 3 the fbi says she's that rare breed of woman bank robber...and she's hit in our own backyard.our special series of fbi's unsolved robberies has already yieled results in some cases...and
airs tonight only on the cbs 58 news at ten. please join us. 3 and stck around..because still to come on the news at four...worried about lead in your water--how milwaukee residents can get a filter..a live report is just ahead. 3 and anxiety..stress..rec laiming the calm in your life..during a contentious election.. 3 plus...gas prices are down and the stock market is soaring...but can it last through the election...those stories ahead in your money
? ? you hear my voice, you hear that sound ? ? like thunder, gonna shake your ground ? ? you held me down ? ? but i got up ? ? get ready 'cause i've had enough ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? ? roar, oh, oh, oh ? ? roar ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? oh, louder ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ?
essage. this afternoon... the city of milwaukee is laying out its plans to get water filters into homes at risk of lead contamination. cbs 58's christine flores joins us live from downtown with the update...christine. city officials says their first priority will be the 385 daycares along with homes with pregnant women and children under the age of 1.but they do
tens of thousands of residents who may have a lead pipe issue get the service they need. aquasana filters will be available as soon as november 29th. they can be picked up at the 16th street community health center and by contacting the city of milwaukee through their website. now these filters are said to last about a year... and there are two types being offered: the powered water filtration system which hooks up to your sink and the filtered water jug. both will be at no cost to impacted families. 3 that is going to cross demographics and cross communities and so the more people that identify that their homes are impacted by lead levels the better. 3 as always, the city is reminding residents to have their children tested for lead poisoning if they live in an impacted home.if you're interested in getting either of these filters... or want to see if your home is impacted by lead service lines... we have links to both on cbs 58 dot com.reporting live at city hall, christine flores cbs58 news.
many americans reporting anxiety and concern leading up to election day. .cnn's kim hutcherson says there are some sure fire ways to relax ..and don't we all approve of that message? republicans and democrats are united about at least one thing -- more than half of them say the 2016 election is a source of stress.that's according to the american psychological association. you are experiencing election-related anxiety, here are some things you can do: read enough to stay informed, but don't binge on political news.take some time for activities that recharge you. concentrate on daily tasks and stick with healthy habits. difficult as it may seem, try not to worry about the outcome of the vote - instead, take action on issues that matter to you.while it's good to have meaningful, respectful discussions about political ideas, avoid talking about the election if there is a chance it will lead to conflict.and
how and when to stop yourself. remember, stress and anxiety are not productive -- they have negative health effects and won't change the outcome of the vote.speaking of which, the a-p-a says voting itself can make you feel that you are taking a proactive step
... and that helps you cope with uncertainty.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. 3 the stock market soared today following news the f-b-i finished its review of newly discovered hillary clinton emails.uncertainty about the their longest losing streak since 1980. things really turned around today though...the dow gained 371 points. the nasdaq is up nearly 120. and the s and p gained about 46 on the day. 3 and more good news...gas prices are falling. crude oil prices tumbled to 6-week lows last week...because of unexpected record-high inventories in the u-s. the average cost for a hall in milwaukee has fallen 3 and a half cents in the past week. the average price for a gallon
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two dollars. the way potentional employers are hiring is changing. and that means anyone looking to land a new job has to adjust the way they write up a resume. cbs' kenneth craig reports from a job fair in new york with expert advice on how to grab a employers attention. "nice to meet you. this is my resume"dawnmarie warner knows just how important that resume can be.which is why she brought a stack of them - to this new hoping to stand out in a sea of applicants. how difficult is it? it?it's very difficult because of the field, everything is so competitive. a recent survey by careerbuilder found 43 percent of hiring managers spend less than a minute looking at a resume.that's why job coach christine mensah says it's critical to get right to the point. "so you have to grab their attention very quickly, you cannot have a long paragraph, long essay. bullet points to
verbs." in the survey 75 percent of hr managers also reported finding lies on resumes.and they found plenty of mistakes.. which can kill an applicants chances.xavier brown admits he learned that lesson the hard way. way."on one of my resumes i ended up having a question mark next to my skills. so it makes it look like, it's like oh, he's compassionate? instead of saying oh, he's compassionate. this time around, his resumes are an employer's eye and leads to a new job.kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
still well above-average and warm with highs in the 60s. sun to a fair sky late this afternoon.. wind: sw 5-10 mph. clouds thicken
tonight. lows in the upper 40selection day: lots of clouds to start the day with light rain showers possible in the morning. clearing as we go through the afternoon. highs in the upper 50s but falling into the afternoon.week ahead: sunshine returns starting wednesday and lasts through the weekend. 50s wednesday to the lower 60s thursday before cool air surges in. right around average with highs in the upper 40s friday. back to the middle 50s with sun and a southwest breeze over the
3 3 3 3 3 3 today: a little cooler but still well above-average and warm with highs in the 60s. sun to a fair sky late this afternoon.. wind: sw 5-10 mph. clouds thicken tonight. lows in the upper 40selection day: lots of clouds to start the day with light rain showers possible in the morning. clearing as we go through the
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, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. 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.
ands up for you. "the simpsons..." simpsons..." good news simpson's fans. fox just renewed the long-running animated series for its 29th and 30th season.that's a record breaker. it means homer and the gang will reach their 669-th episode. the previous record was held by "gunsmoke" --- which aired 635 episodes.
o backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
(donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "get out and vote, get out and vote. who's already voted?! that's pretty good, wow! wow!vote on the issues that matter to you, because they are on the ballot, not just my name and my opponent's name name ahead at five, 3 but we begin with breaking news...a woman is dead..struck by a car on milwakee's south side.cbs 58's lindsey branwall is live at the scene with the update...lindsey? still a scene here at this fatal accident. just a half hour ago, police pushed us
forensic teams are taking photos..and this car right here... you can see the windshield is shattered. what we know so far... just before 3:00, a 50 year o woman was hit while walking in the crosswalk. she was killed from her injuries. the driver that struck the woman did stay on scene and cooperate with police. police say they long this will take, so drivers be advised s 60th street is closed at howard ave. and we'll continue to being you updates as we learn more about this fatal accident. reporting live... 3 more breaking news...milwaukee police have thi video showing the car
yesterday on milwaukee's north side..the suspect car -- believed to be a gray or silver porsche cayenne s-u-v.. kept driving.police believe it may have some damage to the front passenger side bumper or grill area.if you know anything about this car...please call police at 414-935-7360. 3 a memorial fund has been set up for the young victim, now identified as rick-eye'-a langham. she was struck sunday morning he to church with family near 64th and leon terrace. police say the child suddenly ran into traffic.they also say the car appeared to slow down, then left the scene. the family is asking that driver to surrender to police. 3 now to our campaign 2016 coverage....on the day before the 2016 presidential election, the candidates are working hard to make sure their supporters go to the poll. polls.efforts to get voters to their polling places is one of today's top stories, especially here in milwaukee.