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meteorologist justin thompson- gee has an awesome forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots su
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morningweather should not impact the morning drive.the decision point for the exit to hwy 100 from i-94 has shifted a mile. plan to merge earlier if you travel along 3 the reality of a trump presidency is starting to settle into the minds of americans across the country. country.and some people are very unhappy about it, with protests and marches taking place across the country over night.cbs 58's kyle aevermann is monitoring the situation closely.he joins us live in studio to tell us what's going on. from the east coast to the west coast, thousands of protesters took to the streets to voice frustration. nats of protests protests setting fire to a donald trump effigy and chants like ..."not my president" were echoed in cities from new york to los angeles and cities in between. in los angeles protesters took to the 110 freeway and disrupted traffic around downtown and eventually shutdown the 101 freeway.while there were a handful of
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say they want people to understand that everyone matters. they say what they heard from donald trump throughout the campaign is not what they stand for. (cleve jones/gay rights activist)"trump has tapped into something very deep dark and evil in our country now we're all going to pay" (pratiksha parulekar/ tulane freshman) 2:13-2:23 "as a woman, an immigrant and a person of color, i don't feel safe having someone like donald trump as a leader of this country i live in." more protests are scheduled for tonight across the country including gh milwaukee. that's planned for at red arrow park.live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news. during clinton's concession speech.. she told supporters to accept the results of the election and look to the future. future.donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. lead. 3 she also said it wasn't the outcome the democratic party wanted.... and apologized for losing the election. house speaker paul ryan says
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about the new administration.. as well as working together in washngton.... including trump's plan to repeal the affordable care act. act.12-24 this house majority this senate majority has already demonstrated we're able to pass that legislation and put it on the president's desk the problem is president obama vetoed it. now we have president trump coming who is asking us to do this." this." 3 assisant professor of political science at marquette university...paul nolette says he believes addressing the affordable care act will be one of the top priorities in trump's first 100 days in offce. new this morning---authorities in dane county... need your help identifying a man who tried to rob a gas station with a hatchet in his hand. hand.take a look at the picture here. police say... they got a call around eight last night... about an attempted armed robbery at the "b-p gas station" in the village of deerfield.witnesses say... a man carrying a hatchet ?demanded money.?the clerk refused to ?give him any?... and the suspect ran off. off.if you have any information--- you're asked to call the dane county sheriff's ?tip line? at 608-284-
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anonymous. 3 now to a developing story... several people are waking up away from home this morning... displaced after a big fire near u-w whitewater. it broke out last night at an apartment complex near the college. cbs 58's julie parise is there now and joins us with a live update on the situation. julie? we still don't know what started this fire.but if you take a look behind us you can see how bad the damage is. it started around 7 last night when several residents reported hearing an explosion. one man said he heard the smoke alarms start blaring so he ran outside and saw flames shooting out of the building. he said he and one of his neighbors both ran inside and got the fire extinguishers and tried to get the fire out. the flames were too much for them, but there were people trapped inside. lyle downs, neighbor "we pulled one person out from the
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realized two more people were still trapped up on top up front. the people who have been displaced are staying with family and friends.we're told they are getting assistance with their immediate needs. live in whitewater wi i'm jp cbs 58 3 milwaukee police are looking for a man suspected in ?two? sexual assaults. assaults.the first happened tuesday morning--- near 79th and acacia.that's near "milwaukee sign language school."the half mile away on north 76th street.police released a sketch of the suspect-- a man about 25 years old... between 5'5" and six feet tall.he's described as ?husky?... with short hair and a diamond studded earring in his left ear. sot: cassandra harrington, lives nearby05;54;51 i think that's just ridiculous. sometimes at 6 in the morning i take my trash out and this is a very nice area. it's a lot of homeowners, it's two schools over here. here. a spokesperson for the school
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?were? notified about what happened looking ahead---the milwaukee officer charged with ?child enticement?... will make his plea in court today. today. ?son-thana raja-phoumi? is accused of ?soliciting underage girls while on duty.? according to the crimial complaint--- he asked a 15-year-old girl to "pull up her shirt... and let him see what's under there."he was discharged from the force back in october. 3 in waukesha -- police say there's been as many as ?30? car break-ins in recent weeks. now they're asking the ?victims? to come forward. police have recovered so much evidence... and say theyt thieves targeted unlocked vehicles in neighborhoods between the fox river and waukesha city hall. 5-17 it's part of our job as law enforcement to advocate for the victims, to get the return of their property, and also push forward charges to the district attorney's office for those who have committed these crimes against people." people." 3 waukesha police have identified two people of interest related to the crimes. 3 people are demanding change after a girl was killed by a hit-and-run driver on
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installed near 65th and hampton, where ?rickiya langham? was killed walking to church sunday morning.alderman cavalier johnson says residents can sign a petition to add one... but the cost of 240 dollars to get one installed sometimes deters people from signing the petition. 49-1:01 i've had a lot of conversations with folks and many people want them and they sometimes spark a conversation with me about getting them in. but then on the backside after hearing there is a cost to it, thats when folks tend to back off. 3 3 the city would pay for part of the 240-dollar price tag... but the rest would come from residents' property taxes. police are still looking for the driver in that deadly crash. she delayed chemo.... so she could compete.now special olypmian and brookfield native "olivia quigley".... has passed away from breast cancer. cancer.reps with the special olympics say... she epitomized the event's spirit.she was an inspiration to ?many?--- after being diagnosed with stage four breast cancer and going on to win three medals including two ?gold? medals last summer in los angeles.she
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accomplished a lot in a short time.a sprinter.. a role model--- she was just 25 years old. still ahead... why can't milwaukee stop panhandling? 8-13"i see people hanging out on our corners. off the freeway ramps. ramps. 3 could we learn a thing or two from other cities who have taken a new approach?details
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in national news...-- five people shot.. two with life- threatening injuries in downtown seattle. seattle.the fire department rushed all of them to the hospital last night.police say they do not believe the shooting is related to the anti-trump protests which were happening nearby. 3 two people are dead and a suspect is on the loose in jefferson city.police say two people were stabbed in the
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died from their injuries. police say they are looking for 27 year old brandon rapier. rapier was recently released from prison after being convicted of stabbing a person in 20-14. 3 you see it across the city of milwaukee -- someone on the corner ?asking for money.?city officials ?don't? want you to hand over cash-- they say... give money to charities instead. the initiative has been in place about a year now--- but is it working?cbs 58's ?lindsey branwall? takes a closer look at milwaukee's panhandling problem 3 3 gina wozniak works at central bark, right off one of milwaukee's most popular panhandling spots. gina wozniak central bark dog daycare"i see people hanging out on our corners. off the freeway ramps. sometimes in our parking lot. last year, milwaukee came up with a solution -- to keep the change. these signs have been up since spring springalder terry witkowski district 13"it doesn't help to give someone a dollar or two at a time.""keep the change" encourages people to give money to charities, not individual panhandlers.and milwaukee also just passed a
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found many panhandlers on the medians, right next to these signs, and it begs the question...is this the right approach?a handful of cities have tried something different. this unique program started in albequerque. ?nat of video? mayor richard berry albuquerque, new mexico"we're doing it by offering them employment for the day. 9 dollars cash work with city employees and non profits to pull weeds."and when the day is done, they're paid cash, and connected to mental health and substance abuse treatment. 180 people have gotten permanent employment, and 136 haveei albequerque's "there's a better way" program started by budgeting 50,000 dollars from the city's budget. i brought the question to alderman witkowski, could this work in milwaukee? he blames politics in the state capitol for cutting the city budget and says milwaukee simply can't fund something like the program in albequerque. but mayor berry says it's worth looking into - as a long term s. solution.mayor richard berry albuquerque, new mexicolet's give people people a day job, the dignity of work and let them know that we believe in them and see them as members
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news. lindsey says... the city is still asking neighbors and businesses if they've noticed a difference on street corners milwaukee police don't have citation numbers for the ?new? median ordinance because... it went into effect ?less than two weeks ago.? 3 a cool start this morning... but i wore short sleeves because i'm optimistic. hoping for a beautiful day ahead. and you think we could get close to a record, justin? 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer
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- 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday
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of sun 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not
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hwy 100 from i-94 has shifted a mile. plan to merge earlier if you travel along this route. drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.good news if you travel between veterans will now have a permanent memorial at luther manor in wauwatosa.a 25-year army veteran and resident started the planning process for the memorial a few years ag. ago.he said he counted 120 world war two and korean war vets living in the retirement community... and thought they needed recognition. 1:08:06-18once i had them and their voice, all of a sudden this one lonely voice in the
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things started rolling and happg happing 3 a full color honor guard was on hand for yesterday's dedication ceremony....you'll see the memorial in luther manor's welcome center. 3 more than 8-thousand students from milwaukee-area schools took a a break from the classroom... to take in a hockey game. game.the milwaukee admirals hosted their rivals yesterday -- the chicago wolves-- for the team's second annual "educaon game." 11:05:28-43i think teachers look at this as a chance to do something fun and kids blow off a little steam, we're getting into the dog days of the first semester so it's a fun way to get out, learn something, and have a little fun fun 3 the admirals are planning another "education game" in march.
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news-- a big break in the child abuse case against brad pitt..why it could help him re-gain custody of his children..... 3 plus....the rolling stone are back -- with a new sound!we'll
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in entertainment news..brad pitt is cleared of all child abuse charges. charges.the l-a county "department of child and family services"... cleared the actor after investigating a report of verbal and physical abuse. according to t-m-z... the incident happened on a private jet in september - while pitt was intoxicated. days later--- angelina jolie ?filed for divorce.?for now--- ?she? has custody of their six children. there's something in the air for singer phil collins. collins. (music. i can feel it coming in the air tonight.)
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collins announced his biggest ever solo concert at a british music festival, just weeks after changing his mind about retiring. he'll perform june 30th at "british summer time hyde park" -- joining the band "green day" as one of the headliners. 3 the way you left me.... music music -- the rolling stones are singing the blues...the band just released the first video from its new album, "hate to see you go"- the track originally by li the 12 track blues-cover album called "blue and lonesome" will be available on december 2nd. it's the group's first studio album in a decade. just announced this morning... for the first time in nine years... snoop dogg is coming back to milwaukee. milwaukee."snoooooooooop""when the pimps in the crib ma, drop
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its hot, drop it like its hot" hot" the hip hop legend... hasn't been to brew city since 2007.. when he played at the rave. rave.the "puff puff pass tour - part two" makes a stop at the riverside theater on thursday december 22-nd. tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon. 3( ( too early for a little gin and juice.many of you are having a cup of coffee right now. maybe iced coffee ?later? today... becausit's going to be gorgeous. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in
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some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.the decision point for the exit to hwy 100 from i-94 has shifted a mile. plan to merge earlier if you travel along this route. drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.good news if you travel between the hale and
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two chicago cake artists.... are showing that the chicago cubs ?world series win?... is mighty sweet.take a look at this giant cake! cake! of sugar, 25 pounds of chocolate and 10 pounds of rice krispies. krispies.the concoction was created by the chicago french pastry school's master sugar artist chef sunny lee.the cake is on display at the french pastry school ...... but next week, it will be presented to chicago mayor rahm emanuel and city council members at city ha.
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next at 5:30... a taste of ?ramen.?we'll take you to a lower east side hangout... to talk about the new noodle fad in restaurants. plus... it's starbucks way to kick off the holiday season. you'll see the new holiday cups... starting today! we'll show you... and explain the unique story behind this
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now at 5:30 - nationwide protests continue into the early morning hours. it's in response to donald trump becoming president-elect. the latest coming up! 3 and - an apartment building in whitewater ?goes up in flames.? we're live at the scene this morning... with the latest. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...an important traffic switch is now in place aling i- 94...details on that plus an update on your thursday morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic. 3 good morning.. it's thursday, november 10-th. i'm jessica tig. tighe.and i'm kate chappell. thanks for joining us!our chances of getting back to 60- degrees haven't vanished yet! 3 so let's get you started with the forecast.here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3
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nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun 3 this morning investigats are trying to pinpoint... what started a big fire near uw-whit. whitewater.it broke out last night at an apartment complex near the college. cbs 58's julie parise is live in
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lyle downs"when we came to the front one of the officers asked me to grab the ladder, so i ran to grab the ladder and when i came back he pulled up his suv and they jumped out of the second story window...on to the roof of the " suv." 3 3
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new this morning--- a 27-year-old woman was ?stabbed? during a fight on milwaukee's south side.it happened near 5-th and maple around 8 last night.police say... the woman was taken to the hospital for ?non-life threatening injuries.?they say... one person on scene was arrested on a warrant ?not? related to the stabbing. 3 3 president-elect "donald trump" and his wife, melania.... will travel to ?washington? today... to meet with president obama and first lady, michelle. the high profile meeting comes as trump and his team prepare to take over the white house. meanwhile, the trump win ignited angry protests daniels has the latest. -nats-not my president, not my presidentanger over donald trump's stunning election...continued to boil over into the early hours.(sot mos) he's a racist, homophobic, xenophobic nightmare moments after burning an effigy of the president-elect...demonstrat ors in l-a marched along the 101 freeway...shutting down traffic for hours.(sot mos) they're protesting democracy.
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trump, no kkk, no fascist u-s-a businesses in new orleans were damaged, fireworks set off in oakland, and in new york... -nats- you must clear the streets...police arrested several protesters blocking traffic along various trump properties. (standup: hena daniels cbs news new york) many of the protesters here in new york remained outside president- elect trump'primary residence...as trump focused his efforts on transitioning to the white house.speaking from the rose garden yesterday -- president obama sought to assure those worried about the country's future:(sot obama) sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and other people think is moving back and that's okayin an emotional concession speech -- hillary clinton urged her supporters to give trump a chance: (sot clinton) donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. trump stayed out of the public eye yesterday...privately meeting with his staff to go over potential cabinet appointments.in a tweet yesterday -- his transition team pledged to -quote-"begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream."hena daniels
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trump, along with vice president-elect pence will also meet with house speaker paul ryan today during their visit to washington, dc. 3 the president of mexico says... he'll meet with president-elect donald trump. the two agreed to meet... to talk about common interests the u-s and mexico share... and to develop a pa forwar donald trump's campaign for the white house included a promise to build a wall separating the u-s and mexico.... and the mass deportation of undocumented immigrants. the mexican president says... creating dialogue between the two countries... continues to be the best option for mexico. packers quarterback "aaron rodgers"... is weighing in on the election.he ?did? vote. rodgers says... he knew it would be ?historic?--- either a ?n-politician? or the first female president. president.5:01-26 i thought it was an imporant night for our country so i think really a message to the establishment if you're looking at it from an objective point of view, i hope as a country we can come together and work a little better with each other.
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worried about the director of the country now, but i think it's an imporatnt time for us to come together and work with each other. 3 rodgers wouldn't say... ?who? he voted for.but he did stay up ?late?... to watch the coverage.on twitter--- he also thanked a few people.... who wrote in ?his? name for president. 3 3 turnout for tuesday's election was at a 20-year low in wisconsin. wisconsin. about 66-percent of the voting-age population cast ballots... that translates to ou people. compare those numbers to a nearly ?70-percent? turnout in the last two presidential elections. about 3-thousand people did not vote for any of the presidential candidates. 3 many are wondering what kind of impact could a trump presidency have for immigrants in america. cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us from the newsroom with more on that story. there's a lot of uncertainty but there's a lot of worry and fear among many right here in milwaukee.. local immigration attorney kevin layde said he's been
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from concerned clients.he says many of them are trying to bring families from other countries, to get lawful permanent residency or get citizensp.right now-- layde doesn't know how things wl change-- but says the biggest challenge will be the "defered action for childhood arrival" program.it saves undocumented children from portation-- giving them the opportunity to work, go to college and build a life for themselves. immigrants say they are going to make sure their voices are not silenced just because their candidate wasn't elected. valeria ruizac together and fight so that we that we can continue to . so contribute to the economy by being able to continue working. layde says because many immigrants are hard workers -- getting rid of this program could hurt employers and small businesses. he also says now is the time to start the path towards citizenship.live in the newsroom. kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news. hundreds of uw-madison students took a stand against sexual assault.
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state street yesterday.. to make their voices heard. they say it's important to talk about these issues... especially -- in their words-- after president-elect donald trump's comments about women. :50- 1:00 (((kaitlynne roling , protester/// "the campus has a rape culture, the united states has a rape culture, the world has a rape culture. the fact that it's so high on just this campus says something about how we're handling it. it. 3 several survivors of sexual assault shared their ories with the protesters... and urged the community to support victims. 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???))
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nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a stem shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper
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5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.the decision point for the exit to hwy 100 from i-94 has shifted a mile. plan to merge earlier if you travel along this route. drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.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
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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 will have an impact on your morning drive. drivers will want use the following detours. watertown plank rd to hwy 100 and rejoin at the rampbluemound 3 3 looking ahead this morning... an area academy is holding an annual salute to our nation's veterans.st. john's northwestern military academy will honor the veterans with a salute and flag pageant.the community and all veterans are invited. the academy will be joined by cushing elementary school...as a way to instill a sense of pride and patriotism in younger kids. it will be held at one this afternoon at the academy in delafield. 3 in honor of veterans day tomorrow--- jcpenney is offering a 5 percent
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their families.it starts today and goes until the 13th.you do need to have a valid military i-d.the discount ?can? be combined with addtional coupons and special offers. there's a jcpenney in southridge mall ... and brookfield square. coming up ...we're talking all things ramen noodles.michael schlesinger joins us next for a live report. 3 here's a live look outside for you. you're watching the c-b-s
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the transition. melania will meet with michelle in the residence. with a campaign this ugly, parents are now mulling over how to explain it all to their kids. cbs 58's amanda porterfield explores that side of the election. clinton, trump and their supporters were nasty.if that hate reached your kids - cindi vian says this is how you deal with it. 21:01:08 i believe the first thing that parents need to do is pay attention to their own feeling care of their own feelings. so if i have concerns or fears, i need to talk about that with my fears not with my children first. 21:01:43she's been child psycologist for more than 10 years. and says parents should pay attention to their kids language. 21:04:45 i think you have to talk to children at the age that they are. with young kids - start with a toy or craft. 21:02:10 the characters from inside out, they are extremely helpful for kids. watch how they play. then talk. 21:02:00
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they are feeling don't project on them. help them name what they're feeling. use democracy as comfort. 21:10:10 learning how the government works and how people will check on eachother. :15these high schoolers in california who walked out after donald trump became president elect. she says for older kids - ask simple questions and listen. 21:09:20 did anyone say anything about the election today at school, what happened. 21:10:30 were there any problems, and what can we do about them again with the feelings d the feelings in a healthy way. when it comes to young women and girls - she recommends assertiveness training which is a form of behavior therapy. but she says overall empowerment is always a good method. ramen noodles are very popular with college students and those with a limited budget-- but they've gotten a little fancy too! too!and there's a new restaurant on the east side.. dedicated to all-things ramen! 3 cbs 58's michael schlesinger
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ramen" to show us what's on the menu. michael? justin carlisle/owner
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red light ramen" is at 17-49 north farwell avenue on milwaukee's east side. it's only open on wednesdays through saturdays ...between 6pm and 1am. they don't take reservations either. 3 3 for the second week in a row--- long lines snaked around the milwaukee county municipal building.. as people took advantage of "warrant forgiveness wednesday." wednesday."the program allows people with minor offenses-- like ?parking tickets?-- to get their record wiped clean. the three judges who started the program say... it was time to give people a ?fresh start. ? 37:07-22 we wanted to take
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of the reasons tha tpeople make bad decisions when it comes to police interaction, so we tried to do our part so we tried to do our best in lifting the barriers for people people 3 there is one day left.. to get your warrant wiped out-- next wednesday the 16th. when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news,,,,,starbucks' holiday season officially begins today todayholiday cups are back! and this year... they look a lot different. we'll show you... next! 3 3 3 other end of this break..... [ tower pinging ]
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today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: s rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 25 tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
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today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. some
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30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun 3 if you grab a cup of coffee at stars you'll notice a holiday mainstay is back. the new red holiday cups are out.the cups feature designs created by ?customers.? there are 13 distinct cups. starbucks first launched holiday cups in 19-97. the cubs have become a a backlash against the cups last year.some people complained they weren't very
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-starbucks received more than 12-hundred submissions fm 13 countries. -the 13 designs they picked, came from six countries. -starbucks says the goal of collection is to express the "shared spirit of the season." 3 3 3
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are coming up at the top of the hour. hour.the cbs 58 morning news
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and i'm julie parise...a fire lees people displaced this morning.more coming up. 3 good morning.today is thursdaynovember 10-th.the realitof minds of american's across the tr and not everyone is happy about it...with protests and marches taking place across the countryver s gh 's kyle aevermann is keeping an eye the situation. situation.he joins us live in studio... to show you what's going on.what's the latest, kyle? from the eascoast to the west coast, thousands of protesters took to the streets to voice frustration. nats of protests tsprotes setting fire to a donald trump effigy and chants like ..."not my president" were echoed in

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