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"it really brings it home to you when they're personal friends as well as church members" a community is coming together after a father and daughter are killed by a suspected drunk driver. good evening i'm eric levy. amanda porterfield is off tonight.we begin tonight with a message from the family of a woman shot 18 times and killed by her estranged husband.cbs 58s amanda devoe joins us with how they're using the tragedy to help other victims of domestic violence.amanda? dozens of people are killed during domestic violence crimes every year here in wisconsin...while kortni thorton's family is still mourning her loss... they want bring awarness to this issue... and end it. 3 a dinner.. that means much more.. than the food on the plates...it's a meal to not only fill the stomachs of dinner guests here at the tandem restaurant.. but fill their minds about an issue that continues to plague wisconsin as well as our
violence. "you hear people say, they're doing it one day at a time. one day is too much. for us, we're doing it one second at a time, and we're choosing to remain postive."30 year old kortni thorton fell victim to domestic violence two weeks ago.. police say the mother of three was shot 18 times in front of her children . her estranged husband dexter gardner.. was the man behind the trigger."she did everything that she was supposed to do to make sure that she around and provide a safe environment for her sons." her mother yvette formed a foundation shortly after her death.. called the seed of hope "it helps us to get the word out that this is a serious issue. not just to our family, but to the community."recent data shows 58 people died during incidents of domestic violence in 2015 -- 15 more
with faith in god.. kortni's family hopes to use this tragedy.. to help others."her death, was not for nothing. it has impacted so many people and we plan on carrying her legacy on." 50 percent of the proceeds from tonight's dinner will go towards the seed of hope foundation.. the money will be used to to help domestic violence victims. it's not too late to donate.. we have a link on our website at cbs 58 dot com. back to you. thanks amanda...lanes are now clear on i-45 near capitol after a four-car crash earlier this evening....two lanes were closed for a period of time.... authorities tell us there were minor injuries, but no one was taken to the hospital. one man is dead... two others were hurt after several shootings around milwaukee last night. night.one of them happened around 11 last night near 16th and ring...which is where the person was found dead.police do have someone in custody.
near ruby and sherman....and another near 18th and windlake...both of those victims will be okay, but police are still searching for those shooters. tonight...loved ones are heartbroken after a father and his daughter were killed last night in the village of caledon. caledonia...police say 39-year- old kevin dalley and his two daughters were on their way back from chicago - just feet from their driveway - when a suspected drunk driver slammed into them from behind... intersection of four mile and old farm road.neighbors tell us nine year old emily died first, then her father. paramedics found six year old rosalie -- standing next to the car. 3 when they picked rosalie up they said whose your mom, where do you live? and she just pointed at the house and said that's where i live. so they were just killed out here on the corner. corner.police arrested the driver of the other car on two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle...
been charged -- so we will not name him until then. an online fundraising page is now up for the dalley family. according to the page...the money will go towards college and life expenses for kevin's wife and their two other girls. girls.if you'd like to help...there is a link to it on our website cbs58.com. president-elect donald trump is calling it a scam... but that isn't stopping hillary clinton from joining the push for recounts in several states. states. "i know many of you are deeply disappointed with the results of the election. i am too, more than i can ever express." express."clinton shared those words in her concession speech earlier this month.today -- her people said it will join green party candidate jill stein in the fight.up until now...clinton's campaign counsel said they would ?not? get involved... after no evidence of hacking or voting discrepancies was found.stein spoke to c-n-n about trump's criticism. 3 "the point to drive home here
elections process benefits us all. and i invite everyone, i invite donald trump's campaign, hillary's campaign, we've had calls out to gary johnson's campaign, this should be a nonpartisan, people-powered effort to ensure that we can rely on the integrity and the security of our votes." votes."jill stein raised more than four-million for the recount in wisconsin... and plans to pursue the same in michian and pennsylvania. there is both celebration and tears following the death of former cuban ruler fidel castro.to supporters he was a revolutionary hero... to critics he was a ruthless dictator.but for better or for worse -- castro ?was? cuba for nearly fifty years. under him -- cuba became a communist country that with help from the soviet union seized nearly all u-s owned properties.the u-s responded with a long- running trade embargo.just before his 80th birthday, an
power to his brother raul -- who announced fidel's passing. today -- president obama said the united states is extending "a hand of friendship to the cuban people" following castro's death. errol barnett has more from washington d.c. (sot - castro)""we believe in democracy." in his first interview with cbs back in 1959 , fidel castro predicted cuba would have open elections after its u-s backed dictator was overthrown. but instead, cuba has had more than five decades of clampdowns on dissedents. (gfx) following castro's death, president obama released a statement: "the relationship between the united states and cuba was marked by discord and profound political disagreements. during my presidency, we have worked hard to put the past behind us." mr obama's easing of travel restrictions and re-establishment of diplomatic ties with cuba were done through executive order, which
agreement obama signed is a very weak agreement, we get nothing, the people of cuba get nothing." candidate trump criticized the president's actions. today, president elect trump said his "administration will do all it can to ensure the cuban people can finally begin their journey toward prosperity and liberty." on camera tag:"it's been just over a year since the cuban flag began flying once again outside the cuban embassy here in washington. diplomats will be listening closely to president-elect trump's words to see where the relationship and cuba goes from here. today mr. trump said he joins cuban americans in the hopes of one day seeing a free cuba. errol barnett, cbs news, washington. meterologist rebecca schuld
thanksgiving weekend: scattered clouds today will continue tonight and for sunday. a breezy southerly wind will bring temp up to around 50 but will feel a little cooler with the breeze at 5 to 15 miles per hour. rain arrives after sunset on sunday. into early next week monday, with a later morning and early afternoon break, before more rain fills back in late in the day. balmy temps near 50. again, breezy southerly wind windy on tuesday but still relatively mild near 50 and rain showers end during the morning.last day of the month
the low 40s with dry conditions.few flurries in store as we kick off december with chilly highs in the 30s to around 40 for thursday and friday. when you do the same job for 50 years... at it.tonight...a beloved high school coach hangs up his whistle and calls it a career. career.applause applausethese people are saying "thank you coach letsch".a coach for 51-years total...he's someone who loved what he did for each one.he was the boys basketball team at saint catherine's high school in racine since 1979. letsch is also the
basketball coach in wisconsin. 3 "i told the referees, i said i won't yell at you now. he said oh you can, you're in the stands. i said, no, if i was sitting over i would, just joking with them cuz i've had these referees for many games." games."coach letsch is not leaving without recognition.in fact...he was inducted in to the wisconsin basketball coaches association hall of fame in 2010. for three quarters...the "battle for paul looked dicey... but the badgers pulled in a win.cbs 58 sports director kevin holden is here to break it down for us.kevin? 3 eric, the badgers received quite a scare in their quest for paul bunyan's axe today - and not just from the rival golden gophers of minnesota... in the second quarter, a major scare for badgers starting quarterback alex hornibrook. watch as he lets go of this pass... hornibrook is drilled in the shoulder, and then lands with a sharp thud of the
and wisconsin had to win a rivalry game with a backup quarterback. that doesn't matter when you have a superstar running back. corey clement erased the badgers deficit with one touchdown run, then gave them the lead with the next scoring scamper... scamper...and for the 13th consecutive season, the axe stays in madison. the badgers head to the big ten title game, and they still hope to crash the college football playoff party. c-b-s 58's earl arms in the celebration at u-w. 3 3 earl: the badgers came into tonight knowing they would be in the big ten title game. what they did not know as they'd suffer their largest halftime deficit of the season. down 17-7 against minnesota, tj watt among the badgers talking about having fun against minnesota and actually enjoying the game. the badgers doing that in the second half and they would outscore minnesota 24-0.watt: when a play gets made, you have fun and celebrate with your guys. like i said, it's hard to make plays each and every week and it's fun when
it's awesome.edwards: it's never fun when you're getting scored on and they're busting through on runs and stuff like that, but i think all it took was one play. one big play for us to get sparked and start jumping around again. i think musso's play, musso's pick in the end zone, that was it. earl: the badgers able to make that second half comeback without starting quarterback alex hornibrook. the freshman knocked out of the game in the first half. in came senior bart houston to help step up and give the badgers the win. more on those seniors coming up later on in sports. for now, here at camp randall stadium in madison, earl arms, cbs 58 news. holiday shopping continues after black friday... but today it's going local...we'll tell you what this means after the break.... 3 plus...ready for trial...the case against accused killer dylann roof moves forward in south carolina... ???break??????break??? 3 3 3
carolina doesn't have hate crime laws. 3 "she saw this as a hate crime and she specifically said that she was going to pursue this case and pursue the death penalty to address the alleged " motivation."authorities said roof let three people live so they could tell the world he hated black people.roof was already declared competent in state court, where prosecutors plan a second death penalty trial on nine counts of murder. hundreds of people attented the funeral for the ds today.15-year-old javon wilson was shot and killed during a home robbery earlier this month.investigators say he was shot over gym shoes.two teens are charged with wilson's murder and are being held without bond. 3 there's a manhunt underway in california for two escaped inmates in california. california.officials with the santa clara county sheriff's office say the two escaped on thanksgiving night.the pair sawed through the steel bars of their second story jail cell...then used a cloth rope
"we are getting closer the tips are coming in. we are getting closer. and with the help of the dogs it really confirms where they went." went."there is a 20-thousand dollar reward for information leading to their arrests.the sheriff's office is also asking the inmates' families to help. now that black friday is over... it's time for small business saturday. saturday.it's a day for the "little shops" to get some local love.it's a popular event for local owners...not just for their bottom line...but the money you spend ?stays? in the community. 3 "it just brings our whole community together." "our customers come out and support us and we thank them for that." that."another store owner we talked to said 62 cents of every dollar spent at his store stays local.american express created "small business saturday"...the first one was on november 27, 2010. 3
salvation army."tinker"...the bell ringing horse and his side-kick "tallulah" were at cabela's in richfield.it is their sixth year raising money for the red kettle campaign. carol takacs/tinker's owner, town of adison adison"every year he gets more and more popular. to watch people walk by and go okay that's cute but he actually does pick up a bell and ring it then they really think that's neat so it's really fun to be with him." him."if you missed seeing tinker today...he will be fairgrounds from noon till two
thanksgiving weekend: scattered clouds today will continue tonight and for sunday. a breezy southerly wind will bring temp up to around 50 but will feel a little cooler with the breeze ato rain arrives after sunset on sunday. rain showers continue into early next week monday, with a later morning and early afternoon break, before more rain fills back in late in the day. balmy temps near 50. again, breezy southerly wind windy on tuesday but still relatively mild near 50 and
morning.last day of the month on wednesday is seasonal in the low 40s with dry conditions.few flurries in store as we kick off december with chilly highs in the 30s to around 40 for thursday and friday. 3 thanksgiving scattered clouds today will continue tonight and for sunday. a breezy southerly wind will bring temp up to around 50 but will feel a little cooler with the breeze at 5 to 15 miles per hour. rain arrives after sunset on sunday. rain showers continue into early next week monday, with a later morning and early
rain fills back in late in the day. balmy temps near 50. again, breezy southerly wind windy on tuesday but still relatively mild near 50 and rain showers end during the morning.last day of the month on wednesday is seasonal in the low 40s with dry conditions.few flurries in store as we kick off december with chilly highs in the 30s to around 40 for thursday and friday. thank you rebecca!today's weather certainly didn't ruin the "gift of adoption" walk at veterans park.gift of adoption is a charity that helps milwaukee families pay for adoptions...which can be very expensive.the money raised will help 30 more kids find a forever family this month. 3 "there's a lot of legal costs unfortunately, there's travel costs, families have to go
but it has become very costly." costly."the organization says there are more than 153 million orphans in the world... 415,000 children in the united states alone are without permanent families. 3 looking for a knit hat for this winter?how about some locally-made scented candles? check out the mitchell park domes this weekend.that's where dozens of local artists and craftsmen are taking part in the domes' first-ever "urban garage sale".there are some pretty good deals too... from ten to four. bridging the generation gap with education, care and creativity. sister edna "when you think about it, the child has to learn trust. the older adult has to learn generativity. and once that happens, thats it. it.coming up tomorrow on cbs 58 sunday morning...discover the inspiring work of the saint ann center for intergenerational care.it's a franciscan-inspired caring
side for people of all ages. you'll also meet the dedicated founder.. sister edna "we often times had single moms working at st. ann's when school was not in session i lost my staff so i said bring the children with you and magic happened." happened."you can watch the entire story plus much more on cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow... that's just with jane pauley from new york...we hope you'll join us beginning at seven! kevin, it's like the axe has a permanent home in madison. madison.13 straight years of wins over minnesota! another axe-cellent day for bucky badger, and questions about what happens from here, next.
with their backup quarterback bart houston - and they won this one on the ground with four rushing touchdowns - two by corey clement who cracked the hundred yard mark again. and they did it by defense. dominant defense - how about four interceptions and five sacks. that'll stifle those gop. gophers.and it'll give bucky six straight wins and a shot at a conference title next week. c-b-s 58's scott grodsky one last time from camp randall stadium. 3 3 scott: "the badgers went into the locker room at halftime after their worst half of the season needing a spark to beat minnesota and it came from the seniors on senior night. leo musso delivered an impassioned speech with paul bunyan's ax in his hands to fire up his teammates for the final stretch."musso: "playing our last game in camp randall there are a lot of different things that this game meant for us and it was good that we got to carry on the legacy and tradition of the ax."clement: "the seniors said not on our watch, we're not gonna lose
to have pride when you play." biegel: "i think seniors are making big plays all over the field and i'm like hey i'm a senior i have to make a play. interception, touchdowns it was a fun fun group to watch i think the seniors really performed well tonight."scott: "almost every big play the second half was made by a senior as this semester legacy. the senior class has made it to the big ten championship game under three different head coaches. if they beat penn state on saturday they could be the first wisconsin class to make the college football playoff. stadium scott grodsky cbs 58 sports." thanks scott. those seniors of course played for bret bielema their freshman year. in the big ten east, it's penn state the unlikely division winner. they trailed at the half, and then scored 35 unanswered points on michigan state in the second half. the nittany lions have a tiebreaker on ohio state, so the number two and three teams in the college playoff standings won't even get to their conference title
big ten title game matchup - penn state and the badgers in indianapolis this saturday night. it's wisconsin's fourth berth in this game in the last six years. what a run. warning to the teams on marquette's schedule - the golden eagles can pour on the p. points.they scored 1-hundred-4 tuesday, and luke fischer might've scored a hundred by himself at the pace he was going early. fischer's putback dunk sparks a first half where he scored 17 points in just 11 minutes of action. fischer minutes, and jajuan johnson scored the same number - 22 points - in 20 minutes. and m-u cracks the century mark again. 2-hundred-5 points the last two games. uwm hoops over uc irvine, the admirals extended their point streak to 11 games in an overtime loss to manitoba. and ty sabin of ripon college scored 53 points tonight, 45 in the second half, as ripon beat loras college 105-100.