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good afteron. a w being built in america...and s this tim it's a little different than in past years. you're looking at eric, ivanka and donald trump junior arriving at trump tower today. president-elect donald trump not only is building his cabinet and staff for the presid, to figure out how to transfer his real estate business to his sons and daughter. meanwhile, a wisconsin political leader will play a prominent le in the trump administration. more now fr craig boswell in washington. president-elect donald trump tells 60 minutes' leslie stahl that his campaign pledges were merely starting points for negotiations....including the wall along the u.s. - mexico border.(sot) (sot)"stahl: "would y accept a fence?"mr. trum "for certain areas i would, but certain areas, a wall is more
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this, it's called construction."but that doesn't mean he's going soft on immigration.(sot: president- elect trump) trum"people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people, probably two million,t could be even three million, we are getting are going to incarcerate."its an idea that has some support in congress.(sot: rep. kevin mccarthy/(r) california) californ)"somebody who has broken a major felony, do you still want them inside the country when they broke the law to come here in the first p" place?"(standup: craig boswell/cbs news/the white house)running the white house for president-elect trump will be reince preibus. chairman to be his new chief-of-staff.(gfx)preibus is considered the ultimate washington insider with close ties to congressional leaders such as house speaker paul ryan.mr. trump also tapped stephen bannon as his white house chief strategist and senior cnselor. the former ceo of breitbart news was criticized for using the website as a platform for the "alt-right" movement which has been linked to white nationalism.(sot: rep. paul ryan(r-wi) speaker of the house/courtesy: cnn "state of the union") union")"i don't know steve bannon. i have no concerns. i
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he thinks will best serve him." as for the nationwide protests against him...(nats)"donald trump has got to go!"mr. trump says americans shouldn't be afraid of his administration and that he plans to bring the country together.craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. reince priebus once led the wisconsin republican party. today the current chairman, brad courtney released a statement calling priebus a "talented and effective leader." "his successes in wisconsin and at the rnc are evidence of his strong track unique strenths." wiscsin republican congressman sn duffy had this to say about the appointment. 3 3 "there's one guy who c bring all sides together, all viewpoints together and be the grease, you know, in the wheel to make legislation work and that's reince priebus." priebus."meanwhile, concern persists in other parts of wisconsin about the prospect of a donald trump presidency. "when i go to work they don't know if i'm coming back home
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you know?" know?"latino activist group voces de la frontera held forums in milwaukee and racine sunday to address concerns about trump's immigration policies. voces will hold another meeting in madison today and organizers tell us they plan to hold several more in the coming weeks. 3 new at noon, milwaukee police now have a suspect in custody for several sexual assaults on the northwest side. side. last week cbs 58 repo at least two unsolved sexual assaults near 76 they arrested a 21-year old milwaukee man on saturday. they believe he's the man reponsible for ?three? sexual assaults in the area. they're not saying anything more about the suspect or how they found him. they will take the case to the d-a in the coming days. 3 the friends of a milwaukee man say they want to know who would shoot him outside his riverwest home... and why. colin demge was found shot just feet from his front door on weil and meinecke early
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continue to search for a suspect...one of his friends hopes to help the healing with one of dem-jay's favorite pastimes...music "he had a night called dig deeper where he'd kind of encourage the djs he'd book to kind of go outside the box, we're going to have something along those lines and do it in his honor. honor.if you kw anything about this shooting...milwauke e police want to hear from you. you.if you'd like to help a link to a gofundme page on our website...cbs 58 dot com. 3 and a plea hearing was delayed today for chaze biami, who faces more than a ?dozen? felony charges for seriously injuring a mother and daughter in a wrong way crash in the marquette interchange. police say biami was drunk when he merged onto i-43 from the fond du lac ramp... going the wrong direction.surveillance video.shows biami... just arely missing four vehicles?--- before smashing
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escort no new date for the plea hearing has been set yet.. a vacant warehouse is about to become a ?community cenr for the homeless? milwaukee, plans for the "maccanon brown homeless sanctuar will be unveiled this afternoon.the building at 24th and center ll offer daytime options for homeless people including a meal program... showers... clothing... and recovery support. eventually... the upper floors will be converted into an employmencenter and heth clinic. summerfest has promised us a big the big gig. today we got our first taste of at'swhahead. ahead."i dont wa ever to fee ke i did that daytakeme to the place i lovetake me all the way" way"the d hot chilli peppers will be the headliners for opening night of summerfest 20-17.but that's not the only exciting news from the world's largest music festival.. cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins
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grounds with a look at what else we can expect. 3 i've already begun the countdown. there are 226 days until summerfest50 kicks off. not only will the red hot chili peppers headlining will pink! so so what. i'm still a rock star, i got my rock moves, and i don't need you... 8 secs secs it's been more than a decade since h performed at the big gig.this really is a big deal. summerfest will be celebrang it's 50th anniversary next year..officia started planning for summerfest 50 before thipast year summfest began.i spoke with summerfest president and ceo don smiley this morning. while he wouldn't give a hint at who else maybe preforming..he promise it'll be a year to remember. "we ally have to put our best foot forward, and put on a celebration that thanks all
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this the successful music festival that it is." 3 3presaltickets for the red hot chili peppers goes on sale on wednesday and then to the general public on friday. general admission tickets are already avalible. our weather this fall has been nothing short of spectacular. rebecca in wx center today: a feclouds but still more sunshine. another warm day with highs in the upper 50s trying to reach 600. wind: sw - > nw 5-10 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. lows n40.week ahead: nice mix of sun and clouds most days. slight chance for a few showers on tuesday especially in northern
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predominately dry. temperatures stay mild in the middle and upper 50s. thursday and fridaycould hit 60. rain returns friday wi lingering showers into saturday. chilly xt week with 40s for highs.
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week by week, the hopes of green bay packers fans a sinking. the team has lost fourf its last five games..and the last two losses have been ugly. ot opack g to bad start, e giving ua 75-yard demarco murray touchdown run on the tennessee titans' first play from scrimmage. the titans scored 35-points in the first half on their way to a 47 to 25 win. win.packers head coach mike mccarthy is meeting with
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coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... 3 it loo b is causing a s seriouproblem. and milwaukee firefighters are spreading wmth to students all over the city. we'll take a look at their winter coat campaign when we
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did you get out and look at the super-moon this weekend? sunday's been this close to the earth in nearly 70-years... 70-years... and while it's a spectacular sight, it's a probm in places like miami beach, where it's blamed for causing unusually high tides. storefronts in fort lauderdale are being swamped and city streets have been submerged. (troxler) it is, it is (18:10:43) that additional gravitational pull (18:10:54) has caused our high tides be a little bit high than they would have been without that supermoon.(roy coley, infrastructure director, miami
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high enough that it's interfering with public safety." safety."miami beach is spending hundreds of million of dollars to prtect the cit from rising tides. according to one study, south florida could see a six-inch increase in sea level by the year 2030, four years before we'll see the next super moon. 3 strong aftershocks are still rocking new zealand...one day after sunday's 7-point-8 magnitude earthquake caused heavy road and property damage and triggered landslides. at dead and some were left stranded after the quake destroyed main highways.a ship fr the new zealand navy has been sent to rescue some of those stranded people. 3 it's been a mild november so far, but let's not kid ourselves, the cold weather is just around the corner. that's why milwaukee firefighters are doing their part to "warm up winter" for local students at ?12? schools this week. cbs 58's kate chappell reports from 'sty elementary school' on milwaukee's west side 3 kate on cammilwaukee
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cause this year...topping their 120-thousand dollar goal. that money will provide winter coats for 7-thousand kids in milwaukee this winter. winter.the first school is story elementary. for 3 days this summmer, firefighters stood on street corners collecting that money.several community donors also made this massive donation possib. possible. 00:22:22-31 "what you saw the kids were to receive the coats, to see the joy in their face, that's what it's all about. and we enjoy serving the community that's our job."// // 00:17:04 "make you bwarm" 00:19:24"happy!... because i want this coat on." in addition to a coat presentation, firefighters also showed off the protective gear ey wear to fight fires. and also talked about the
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today: a few clouds but still sunshin another warm day with highs in the upper 50s trying to reach 600. wind: sw -> nw 5-10 mph.tonight: partly clou. lows near 40. week ahead: ni mix of sun and clouds most days. slight chance for a few srs tuesday especially in northern areas in the afternoon but predominately dry. temperatures ay st in the middle and upper 50s. thursday and friday could hit 60. rain returns friday with lingering showers into turday. chilly next week with 40s for highs.
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50s trying to reach 600. wind: sw -> nw 5-10 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. lows near 40. week ahead: nice mix of sun and clouds most days. slight chance for a few showers on tuesday especially in northern areas in the ernoon but predominately dry. temperatures stay mild in the middle a upper 50s. thursday and friday could hit 60. rain returns friday with lingering showers into saturday. chilly next week with40s fohighs. ?ad lib? toss back
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the longest running game show in television history is coming to milwaukee this winter. the "price is right live" s be booked for the riverside theatern february 22nd. the stage version of the show that airs mornings here on cbs 58, allows contestants to play familiar games li during 10-years on the road, they've given away more than 12-million dollars worth of nd pcash azes.doors open at 6 p.m. the show is at 7. 3 coming up on your cbs money watch report... an independent retailer tries customers ?not? to use their cell phones and i-pads in her
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it's time for your money watch report.... 3 it was once a 'must-stop shop' for teens and their parents. now times are tough for 'american apparel.' 3 the teen clothing retailer has filed for bankruptcy for the
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than a year. the company is struggling to compete against its brick and mortar rivals and online sellers. american apparel is reportedly looking for a buyer... but officials insist they will continue to manufacture their clothing in the united states. 3 with gas prices at relatively low levels, s-u-vs are gaining popularity gain. the los angeles auto show kicks off today... and new s-u-v's will be the main event. jeep, subaru, and volkswagen are just some of the brands showing off new or updated models. 3 and talk about bucking a trend....there's a bookstore in caspar, wyoming that has banned wifi and personal electronic devices. the owner of 'wind city books' wants people to keep their ce phones in their bags and actually ?read? the books that she sells. her sign says "take a break. live like it's 1993. emails can wait."she says her customers like the new rule....and are enjoying the peace and quiet. 3
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coming up, a final look at your ready weather forecast
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today: a few clouds but still more sunshine. another warm day with highs in the upper 50s trying to reach 600. wind: sw -> nw 10 mph.tonight:
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week ahead: nice mix of sun and clouds most days. slight chance for a few showers on tuesday especially in northern areas in the afternoon but predominately dry. temperatures stay mild in the middle and upper 50s. thursday and friday could hit 60. rain returns friday with lingering showers into saturday. chilly next week with 40s for highs. 3 stay tuned to cbs 58 all afternoon... coming up at 2 its jeopardy...then at 3 its dr. phil with... thanks for joining us.be sure
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? [ applause ] >> ridge: you're proud of yourself, aren't you? >> quinn: well, it's your design. you pulled it from the show. i just wanted the whole world to see it. >> ridge: yeah, you're full of it. >> quinn: i love you, too, ridge. now smile for our guests. >> ridge: oh, i'm smiling. >> wyatt: we did it! >> ivy: i know! what a show! >> steffy: never ceases to amaze. i'll give her that. but we don't know anything until we see orders. and the buyers seemed confused about the jewelry pass. they're applauding because of my father's designs. >> wyatt: and the woman wearing

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