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good morning everyone. it's thursday, november 24-th. 24-th.thanks for waking a backyard football game is a tradition for some families after a big meal... so will you be able to get that game in today? today?let's get you started with the turkey day forecast. heres meteorologist rebecca schuld. 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday
start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the 30s with dry conditions. 3 roads are wet this morning from yesterdays. there may be some slick areas. be sure to give yourself some extra time
navigate those turns carefully. it doesnt take much to spinout with 3 and if you are taking to the roads on this thanksgiving holiday..you'll have some compa. company.this year is expected to be the busiest thanksgiving travel period in almost a decade. to make sure it's smooth sailing... the red cross has provided some tips... to make sure everyone is safe on the roads. 3 -know the weather conditions before you drive.-buckle up. -get some rest the night before... especially if it's a long drive! -and if that's the case... stop often.-be sure to turn your headlights on before it gets dark. -if you have car trouble... pull as far off the road as you can. -and of course... perhaps ?the most? important tip... don't drive if you've been drinking. 3 people on the roads this morning could be doing a few things... heading off to their thanksgiving destination... or the grocery store! store!cbs 58's ?kyle aevermann? joins us live from "metro market" in brookfield...
morning. all is quiet right now, but that will likely all change in about an hour when the store opens.those who still have yet to pick up those last minute items will be rushing to stores like this one to get those ingredients. so what are the top 5 items people have forgotten for thanksgiving?well according to a list put out my meijer they are cream cheese, cream of mushroom soup, celery, butter and sweet potatoes.they looked at sales on thanksgiving day and their history to come up witht market though, it's been all hands on deck. we try to prepare 2 3 weeks in advance for the holidays. to make sure everyone gets ready for it. we usually do store meetings just get everyone on the same page of what we are going to do. most departments come in earlier, the bakers are here overnight, baking pies bread rolls, all that good stuff so what do the customers have to say? we'll hear from some of them coming up in our next
kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news. 3 in other news...a waukesha county woman--- hit by a train last monday-- is still in the hospital this morning...but is making strides in her recovery. recovery.police say-- kelsey bilicki called her mom that night ...and said her boyfriend, brandon calkins, pushed her and she hit her head...kelsey's mom says she thinks the head injury caused kelsey to lose conciousness and get hit by the train. investigators are waiting on surveilance footage to see what happenedkelsey'st had to be amputated above the elbow... her femur is shattered...and she has cuts and bruses cover her body. 01;01;06 probably the worst (long pause) pain you can ever think of. hearbreak.01;06;23 we're very thankful kelsey's still here and we can hold her and love her and cry with her and get through this with her 3 there is a fundraising page set up for kelsey to help with medical expenses-- we put a
boyfriend...brandon calkins is charged with three misdemeanors connected to the incident.the prosecutors say they expect to know by the end of next week if calkins will face additional charges.as of now-- he remains in jail. we are expecting to learn the names of an elderly couple today... found shot in their new berlin home. home.police say when they got to the home yesterday ... a 76-year-old man was already dead.paramedics tried to save his 71-year-old wife... but she died at the hospital. police say they aren't looking for suspects. 3 in greenfield.. police are hoping you can help identify two armed robbers. one was wearing a "ninja turtles" mask. the man and woman walked into the speedway gas station at loomis and howard around 6-30 monday night. no one was hurt.... but police would like to get these two off the streets. if you know anything... you're asked to call greenfield police. 3 there's a group right now... asking for a 'hand count' of wisconsin's votes for the presidential election. election.the group-- ignite my cause--- rallied in downtown milwaukee last night. members believe ?technology? used to
?hacked?... and they want to make sure the number of votes cast ...equals the number of votes ?tallied.?this comes after computer scientists at the university of michigan... urged hillary clinton to ?seek a recount? in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. 7:17:45-58 not out here to cast or tip the election in one way or another... but if in fact our voting system, our electoral system has been compromised... we should know tt that 3 u-w-m political science professor "mordecai lee" says... a recount is part of the election process--- the claims against wisconsin are based on statistics. 23:24:43-57these professors ran some data and they said there are some of these isolated outliers.... why did this area have so many fewer democratic than another... i think that's not necessarily proof that something hinkey is going on. on. 3 lee also says... sometimes the results from election night are ?slightly different? than the official count because of errors or mistakes. 3 meanwhile---hillary clinton's lead in the popular vote
reports show... clinton now has a lead of about two-million votes.much of the growing lead comes as votes are counted in california. because donald trump won more electoral votes, clinton's lead in the popular vote doesn't change much...but it has become a rallying cry for many clinton supporters -- some of whom are calling for an end to the electoral college. 3 president-elect donald trump is urging americans to unite following the bitter election. he said that in a thanksgiving message to the country. country.trump also said nothing is beyond the country's reach when the american people are unified. 11-22it is my prayer, that on this thanksgiving, we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country, strengthened by a shared purpose and very, very common r. resolve. 3 trump also announced more picks for key positions in his administration.south carolina governor nikki haley accepted the position of ambassador to the u-n... and republican party donor betsy devos of michigan will be trump's secretary of education. 3 president barack obama and the
meals for veterans in washingto. washington.residents at the armed forces retirement home got a chance to chat with the president as he served turkey and gravy...michelle obama served beans and spinach, while sasha dished up mashed potatoes, dressing and cranberry sauce. 3 looking ahead... on a day all about gratitude.. hundreds of people in our area will give back... by going for a run.the "drumstick dash" returns to miller park today. that's where cbs 58's julie parise is live this morning. julie? for the fifth year in a row, wiscn some extra help will benefit from the race here at the ball park today. the drum stick dash is a 5k race, and it kicks off here in just a few hours. the 3 mile run or walk raises money for feeding america eastern wisconsin.each dollar donated can provide three meals to a person in need. over the last four years, the race has donated over one hundred thousand meals for families over the holiday season. there will also be an opportunity for food drop off and donations at the race
if you want to register to run or walk here today you still can -- packet pick up starts at 7 am. it's 40 dollars for adults and 25 dollars for kids. kids under four are free. 3 for a fifth year... cbs 58 teamed up with hunger task force to host a thanksgiving drive thru food drive.and we re happy to report... this year was record-setting! and it's thanks to ?your? generous ! donations!it was a ?team effort?... that we were ?so proud? t your generousity every year is just incredible. incredible.cars lined up at miller park well before sunrise-- before the drive even officially started.hopes were high that we could surpass the 100-thousand pounds of food hauled in last year.brewers left fielder ryan braun gave us a solid lead in the early innings. 3 ryan braun, brewers left fielder: cbs 58 and the brewers community foundation do such a great job, it's fun to be a part of it. it.
?more? pounds of food than last year..a total of 131- thousand pounds of food. and this year's haul included several hundred turkeys..just an unprecendented amount of food and most encouraging of all the well wishes shared by all involved. 3 coming up...the 90-th annual thanksgiving day parade in new york will kick off in just a few hours.but wisconsinites are looking out for a speical performance.more details after
no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. maybe. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal. sorry, santa. it's no crime to gift yourself. get a samsung galaxy s7 this friday
in national news...the wayne state university police officer shot tuesday night.. has died. died.29-year-old collin rose was investigating a theft near the detroit campus when someone opened fire.a person of interest is in custody but has not been charged.rose is the first wayne state university officer to die on the job -- and the fifth police officer shot in the u-s in less than a week. 3 a chemical plant explosion in kansas is forcing people to have thanksgiving without running water.officials in neo- desha are telling people not to drink the water from city ta. taps.chemicals from the plant and run-off from fire crews have reached the verdigris river.crews say it could be several days before supplies are safe to use. the nearby city-- altoona-- is opening a grade school to let people shower. (devin johnson/ city commissioner) "the community just needs to know that everybody is working around the clock literally to come up with the best solution to get
no one died in the explosion. fire officials say the fire is now fully contained. police say the danger from burning chemicals is over... and everyone who evacuated tuesday is back home.governor sam brownback has issued a "state of disaster" emergency declaration for montgomery and wilson counties. 3 two artists in sacramento are helping homeless people in their community stay warm this winter.kevin greenberg and aimee phelps are giving away po. pods.they've designed mini, insulated trailers.each one is about eight feet long by four unique.one pod costs about 300-dollars to build.phelps says it's a small price to pay to help those most in need. (aimee phelps, "art through pod") "i can't even explain how happy it makes us to go out and give these pods away to people who need it and deserve it and shouldn't be sleeping in alcoves and forgott" forgotten." so far...the "art through pod" project has raised 15-thousand- dollars on go-fund-me. greenberg and phelps plan to keep building them as long as
o'hare airport will be the busiest in the country for the thanksgiving holiday. holiday.so far-- there haven't been ?any reports? of major problems at the airport.but officials say... travelers should prepare for long lines... and arrive at least 90 minutes early if you're flying domestic. "we are seeing an increase in the number of flyers this weekend and we're seeing an increase in the overall number of travelers up and one million from this time last year so it's a signfigant increase over last year." year." 3 3ba coming through o'hare experienced ?massive delays? at t-s-a check points.to make sure that doesn't happen again---- t-s-a added more employees and opened ?all? security checkpoints to speed up the process. in new york... the 90th thanksgiving day parade.. will kick off later this morning! workers were inflating the massive balloons yesterday. about 300-thousand cubic square feet of helium is used to inflate the balloons. you can watch the parade right here on cbs 58 at eight this morning. 3 3here is a live look from new
underway.. 3 and be sure to look out for the greendale high school marching band.they are on the trip of a lifetime. they posted these pictures to facebook and twitter to prove it! they rehearsed yesterday in stamford, connecticut for their appearance in the parade today. good luck to them! 3 toss to weather.. ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w
chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the 30s with dry conditions.
meters that let you pay with a phone app. app.business owners were complaining that the current parking meters were causing problems -- saying people had to rush out of their stores to put coins in their meters. 37-46 we do have customers who occasionally have to run to their meters but the problem is when you're in the middle of a massage you can't just get off the table and run and plug your meters." meters." 3 the parking meters will be installed in march. two-million dollars is coming to milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood to remove and restore homes. homes.the money will pay and improvement of another 100. the initiative will also promote home ownership... allowing people "lease-to-own" options on the fixed-up homes. and.. some of the money will be used to pay wages for people in construction training programs.the funding comes from the wisconsin department of financial institutions. fighter jets take to the skies over milwaukee. milwaukee.the iconic "blue angels" were in town yesterday... reminding people that the "blue angels" will be back for milwaukee's air and water show in july. "we're here to inspire. we're
excellence. and we're gonna do that through community outreach and that's really why we;'re here. we talk about recruiting and recruiting's a big tool for us." us.". 3 the air and water show was ?cancelled? this year... because of a lack of sponsorship.but "waterstone bank" has stepped up... to help bring the event back to the lakefront next year. still ahead...metallica is going out on the road for a very extensive tour. 3 plus... your chance to dive into "fantastic beasts and where to find them."how you can get a close up look at the
shouldn't knee and ankle supports comfortably fit your knees and ankles? dr. scholl's new custom fit wellness center measures your leg in 3d... ...and recommends our custom-fit support that's right for you. new dr. scholl's custom fit ankle and knee supports. find the nearest kiosk at drscholls.com. in entertainment news--- elton john says... he will ?not? perform at president-elect donald trump's inauguration-- that's ?despite? a claim from a staffer on the inaugural committee who said he is. is.the staffer reportedly said... elton john's
?commitment to gay rights.?but a spokesman for the singer says... that's ?not? true. elton john criticized trump back in june--- saying a trump presidency would make him "fear for the world". (nat music) music) metallica is ?hitting the road!?singer "james hetfield" says... the band is planning to tour for "at least the next two years." the band's website currently lists a handful of concerts through next spring--- but a ?full world tour schedule? has yet to be announced. metallica released its 10-th studio album last we. self-destruct." 3 rapper- "gucci mane" stole the show at tuesday night's atlanta hawks basketball game. first.. he performed at half-ti.
and his longtime girlfriend keyshia ka'oir appeared on the kiss cam... he took the opportunity to propose.gucci mane didn't get down on one knee... but ka'oir didn't appear to mind as he whipped out the reported 25-carat diamond ring. ka'oir proudly showed off the rock on instagram.. after saying "yes." in movie news..the first trailer for martin scorcese's highly anticipated film "silence" is out. "our lord said, go ye into the whole world and preach the gospel to every living creature" creature." the movie stars liam neeson, andrew garfield and adam
priests in 17th century japan. the film will have its world premiere in the vatican on december 23rd. "don't panic. there is absolutely nothing to worry abo" about." it's an exhibit that could be called "fantastic props and where to find them." the warner bros. studio tour hollywood has announced a new exhibition of props and costumes from "fantastic beasts and where to find them." the new addition to the studio tour opens december 9th. 3( (toss to weather... ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures
slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the 30s with dry conditions. the brookfield zoo is showing off its newest addition. a four-month old male amur leopard.. named temur made his debut. the new 20-pound cub was born july 22nd... but has been hiding out and bonding with his mom- lisa.the amur leopard is a critically endangered species with fewer than 70 animals left in the wild.
now at 5:30 - lend a helping hand ... on thanksgiving ... and get in a little exercise at the same time. time.families will put on their running shoes this morning... for the drumstick dash! we'll have a ?live report?... in just a couple of minutes.plus ... "it's the 90th thanksgiving day parade. i'm jamie in new york with a look at how security is getting prepped for today's big event. " 3 and we're checking your traffic on this.......... 3 good morning everyone and happy thanksgiving. it's november 24-th, 20-16. 20-16.we have a lot of festive stories for you this morning... but we'll also introduce you to a man in the northern part of our state .. who says he will wear ?shorts?
win a game. that story- coming up! 3 but first tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist rebecca schuld. 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a nt thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the 3 our top story this morning ... hundreds of hungry people will benefit from an annual
the drumstick dash returns to miller park for it's fifth year today.julie parise is live from the ball park this morning.julie? this has become a tradition over the last 4 years.hundreds of people will turn out today to run this 5-k, which benefits feeding america of eastern wisconsin. the three mile run and walk kicks off today at 830. over the last four years the race has helped over one organizers say that 58 percent of wisconsinites ate less than they should during the past year because they didn't have enough money to buy food. each dollar raised here today provides 3 meals to one person. there will also be a food drive here today and the opportunity to make cash donations. if you want to register to run or walk here today you still can -- packet pick up starts at 7 am. it's 40 dollars for adults and 25
kids under four are free. 3 we know many of you are up early this morning--- not because you're going to work today--- but because you need to do the prep work for that thanksgiving dinner. dinner.and after all that shopping... did you forget something? it happens to me all the time..but you're not alone.there will pr today! our own kyle aevermann is scoping out the scene before stores open this morning.he joins us live from the metro market in brookfield. good morning, kyle! yesterday and today are some of the busiest days of the year from grocery stores like metro market.the staff here has been restocking shelves. and customers have been getting picking up all they can get.while some have been coming to shop for last minute
starting their grocery list. they say it's a bit of a competitive sport.... but a friendly one at that. 3 did the same thing last year and made the mistake of shopping at the last minute, so i guess it's becoming a tradition.it was very busy, differnt than usual, everybody was trying to help everyone find things. things.metro market opens at 6 and closes at 3. we'll be here when the doors open in about a half hour. 3 shoppers aren't the only ones out in full force ... millions of people across the country are still on the move...during the busiest travel period of the year. year. it's been nine years since ?this many? americans hit the road or took to the skies.some are taking off without a hitch.others are running into some heavy delays. on the capital beltway
traffic was backed up for nearly 10 miles after a crash. meantime... people were lined up at airports across the country to catch their flights. but t-s-a leaders say they're ready for it. 1:10-1:21 ( peter neffenger / tsa administrator ) "we brought on just shy of 1,400 new transportation security officers this summer. we converted about 2,000 from part-time to full-time. we added about another 50 to 60 ca" canines." 27-million passengers are expected to ?fly? to their destination. traffic jam? in los angeles. makes you feel a lot better... about traffic here in milwaukee, doesn't it?just ?miles and miles of gridlock?... for drivers who had ?hoped to beat the thanksgiving rush.?the 4-0-5 was packed with holiday travelers in ?both directions? tuesday night--- resulting in a ?major backup.?some people
those red and white lights. 3 security has been beefed up on this "thanksgiving day"... to ?protect (m) millions of americans kicking off festivities... by attending ?parades? across the country. country.at new york city's famed thanksgiving day parade...authorities have taken unprecedented steps... anticipating record turnout. jamie yuccas is in new york and has the latest from the parade route.- 3 finest began taking position along central park west overnight....gearing up to protect millions of spectators expected at the thanksgiving day parade.(sot bill de blasio/ nyc mayor) nypd is going to mount an even stronger operation this year new york city mayor bill de blasio detailed many of the unprecedented security plans last night.dozens of sand- filled sanitation trucks...blocking off cross-town traffic for the first time in the parade's 90 year history.helicopters
detectors, bomb-sniffing dogs and other devices...to thwart a terror attack:(sot nypd commissioner james o'neill) all police will have a smartphone and connect to incident command post if there is any issue.(standup: jamie yuccas cbs news new york, ny) the heavy police presence along the parade route...did not deter thousands from coming here last nightto see the massive balloons featured in today's event...come to life.ian delbalso and his daughter were among them. (sot ian delbalso/ ca resident) to see the exme off and the holiday season is a big joy.lisa steinmetz and her daughter, ava, also stayed focused on the meaning of the holiday: (sot lisa steinmetz/ ny resident) we have so much to be thankful for, that we're lucky to be here and live in america, live in the best city in the world. while there is no credible terror threat against the parade or the country...federal officials are urging americans to stay vigilant, especially in public places.jamie yuccas cbs news new york. 3
agencies? between milwaukee and waukesha counties... are taking part in a ?massive enforcement effort? to stop impaired drivers. drivers. they're looking for people who are driving drunk... and people driving under the influence of ?drugs.? last fiscal year... the owi task force caught ?more than 300 people? driving while impaired. officers will also look for speeders... and cars that don't have headlights on. :58-1:03 lt. gary gabrish, wauwatosa pd "for those that don't wanna to adhere and really don't have to lose, they're gonna test the waters and we're gonna arrest them." 3 this is the tenth year for the driving task force. the turkey is typically the center piece of a thanksgiving mealunfortunately preparing the bird comes with challenges... including safety hazards. firefighters responded to ?14- hundred? cooking fires last thanksgiving. their advice -- don't leave cooking food unattended. make sure someone is always keeping an eye on it in teh kitchen. also-- grease and water don't mix! if a fire does break out-- don't douse it with water or flour -- get the extinguisher. and if you like to deep fry your turkey -- make sure its away from
in a garage. the turkey should be defrosted and patted dry-- and never over-fill the oil. 3 3 3 ((???1:45 sends??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is ch few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return
tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the 30s with dry conditions. 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???t ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind.
sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even 3 3 roads are in good shape this morning. weather should not have an impact on your morning commute. once again, your travel time along westbound i 94 will be a slow one due to the zipper merge. as each day goes by, drivers get more used to the delays. plan on using alternates. i will have those as well as a look at your drive times coming up. 3 one packers fan in northern wisconsin ...is sick of the
cold and promising ?not to wear pants?... until the pack wins a game.emily thornton explians. (glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i don't care how cold it gets" glenn seefeldt isn't afraid of a wisconsin winter.(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i love this, i love this weather"and this life-long packers fan is making a sacrifice until his team finds success.(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i wear shorts a lot anyway but once the packers started losing i told my family and i said i'm gonna wear shorts untily started on sunday --(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "last sunday i guess i wore pants at church when i went to church."and could continue for weeks to come.(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i'm going to wear shorts where ever i go"anything for the green and gold.(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "my whole life i've watched the packers, they're actually the only team i watch"for those who can't understand why you'd choose to freeze for football -- --(bobby paez / seefeldt's son-in-law) "some may think my father in law is nuts, he's off his rocker, but he's a die hard fan that's the kind of support they have up here in
showing his support for the packer nation."(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i get a lot of comments. are you nuts? do you know how cold it is outside? a lot of people drive by they'll hit the breaks and slow down and i'm in shorts and they'll roll down the window.. what are you doing?"if or when the team finally comes out on top --(glenn seefeldt/ wearing shorts until packers win) "i'm going to wear shorts until they win and ill probably wear shorts after that but then i'll wear pants then too" (bobby paez / seefeldt's son-in-law) "i want to see him endure this whole winter with him in those shorts just to see how much of a hardcore fan he is." he says... wearing shorts started as his choice--- but now his son-in-law put 100-dollars on the line.the packers are ?four and six.? their next game is monday against the eagles in philadelphia.
are you ready for the biggest shopping day of the year?black friday is almost here.in today's consumer watch -- mary moloney has the things you need to know before swiping your credit card. oblack friday deals can make these long lines worth it.this year -- the national retail federation 137 million people plan to shop during thanksgiving weekend.from gray thursday through black friday and into sunday.that's more people than last year.but before you venture out -- be prepared.set a budget -- and stick to it. have a place for your receipts. keep your phone charged.and don't get duped by phony deals. apps can help save you cash -- and keep you focused in stores. try black friday 2016. appropriate name right?it shows you doorbusters from big
go -- when.if you're heading to the mall -- t shopular.it uses your location to send you coupons for nearby stores.it can also keep all your als and codes in one place -- so you're not fumbling at the checkout line.flipp is like your own personal circular.it puts your favorite stores -- brands -- and items all in one place.shopsavvy has a handy barcode scanner.so you can compare prices online from different stores.it also looks for cash back offers.when you start shopping -- try to stay calm.ha watch -- i'm mary moloney. reax 3
in your "tech news"--- the u-s navy is warning more than 130-thousand sailors about a ?hack? exposing their names and social security numbers. the navy says... "unauthorized individuals" accessed the information after a ?breach involving? a worker's laptop. those affected include ?former? and ?current? sailors. they'll be notified in the next few weeks.the navy says... at this stage of the investigation.... there's ?no evidence? to suggest misuse of the information that was compromised. 3 facebook is building a censorship tool in an attempt to gain a foothold in china. that's according to the new york times.the paper says the software would block certain posts from users' news feeds in some parts of the world. according to the times, the move is designed to appeal to china, where facebook is currently blocked.the company is not denying the report, saying that its china strategy
people in tokyo woke up to the first november snowfall.... in more than 50 years. an unusually cold air mass... brought wet snow to japan's capital.above-freezing from sticking in most places--- though it did add up on sidewalks and cars in tokyo's far western suburbs. meteorologists forecast up to 1 inch of snow ... and more in the mountains ?northwest of tokyo.?the snow caused minor train delays during the morning commute. the last time it snowed in central tokyo in november was 19-62. 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??))
thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in
a wisconsin hunter thought he'd shot hiel buck... only to discover he -- was actually a she. :46-52 "this is the trophy of a lifetime. i said to my wife last night, you could live 10 lifetimes and not have this happen to you." you."wayne douville says he was out hunting monday afternoon in oconto county when he saw the antlers -- eight of them.only when he went to dress it.. wayne found out the buck was a doe.turns out it's a very rare condition where females have a higher level of testesterone.the d-n-r says it's actually about
i'm kyle aevermann 3 and i'm julie parise... 3 good morning.it's thursday, november 24-th. 24-th.happy thanksgiving! thanks for starting your morning with us. us.we'll get to your big stories of the morning in just a few minutes...but first let's get a check of the thanksgiving forecast. meteorologist rebecca schuld is with us this morning...hi, rebecca! 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w