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good morning everyone. it's wednesday, november 30-th. 30-th.miller valley is getting decked out for the holidays. we'll show you what's brewing...in our first live look at this year's display.. coming up. up.but first... to the forecast at the top of the hour... here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting
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lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the
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that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now this morning, president-elect donald trump says the incoming administration has made a deal with carrier air conditioning company in indianapolis to keep almost one thousand jobs in the u.s. trump and vice president-elect mike pence are expected to announce details of the deal in indianapolis tomorrow... president-elect continues to interview candidates for the job of secretary of state. roxana saberi reports. mitt romney emerged from his second meeting with president- elect donald trump... singing the praises of his former rival.(sot romney) he did something i tried to do and was unsuccessful in accomplishing, he won the general election. and he continues with a message of inclusion and bringing people together.the former massachusetts governor, who had dinner with mister trump
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reince priebus in manhattan tuesday night...is said to be on the short list for secretary of state......as is retired tennessee lawmaker bob corker, former cia director david petraeus, and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. (sot vice-president elect mike pence) "i think what you're witnessing here is a leader in president-elect donald trump who wants to take in all the options. but i am absolutely confident that he is going to choose the right person."cbs news has learned the president-elect is set to officially nominate former goldman sacs executive steven mnuchin as secretary...and billionaire investor wilbur ross as secretary of commerce.speaking on fox news -- vice president-elect mike pence says the new administration's top priority is repealing and replacing obamacare:(sot pence) it's time for us to allow americans to purchase health insurance across state lines//it's time to give people more consumer choices mister trump kicks off his victory tour tomorrow...in ohio and indiana. yesterday the trump team announced that senate majority
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elaine chao- has been offered the job of transportation secretary. tom price has been tapped to head the department of health and human services. 3 meanwhile...the wisconsin presidential recount will begin tomorrow.... and it's up to each county to decide ?how? they want to do it..a dane county judge just ruled the recount does ?not? have to be done by hand.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live in studio with a closer look at the ruling. kyle? the judge heard about 4 hours of testimony and arguements from both sides. and ultimately den request for a hand count-- saying her attorneys do not meet burden of proof. stein's attorney alleged the state's voting equipment may have been hacked.. and doing it by hand was the safest way for an accurate recount... state lawyers argued there was no evidence to suggest any hack took place.the dane county judge said there was no proof any mistakes would bring a machine recount into question.she also said she doesn't have any authority to decide what is the best for each county. i just do not find clear and
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going to allow the 19 remaining counties to do the recount the way they intended again i think everyone would strongly encourage them to do the hand recount but it is their decision the stein campaign paid the 3.5 million dollars to conduct the recount..the state elections commission has ordered it to begin thursday. coming up in our next half hour, what stien's attorney is saying about the ruling.... and what he's saying about a possible appeal.live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 the cost of the recount differs by county.if they choose to do it by hand... that will cost more.milwaukee county has the highest estimated cost in the state at over 500-thousand dollars.. waukesha county will be nearly 300-thousand..and kenosha county at about 180-thousand for their portion. continuing our team coverage now... across the state volunteers are being trained as ?recount oberservers.? hundreds of people learned the "do's and dont's" of the
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cbs 58's julie parise is live this morning. julie? more than three thousand people have volunteered for this job in wisconsin,inside this bar last night people from different parties came together to learn how the recount works -- so they can make sure the process happens properly. these volunteers won't be doing any counting -- but instead observing. they won't be allowed to touch a single ballot.instead - they'll be watching state employees co numbers on machines and on paper. they'll also record all results on paper.last night's training session took about two hours. i felt why not be part of the democratic process. if theres anything wrong, it needs to be fixed. that's why i'm doing it. i'm just curious to see what the whole process is about. this training was for
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districts. other districts are holding similar trainings across the statelive in muskego julie parise cbs 58 3 stick with cbs 58...as we continue to monitor developments on the presidential recount.. on air and online at cbs-58-dot com. looking ahead now...a man accused of setting fire to his estranged wife's home back in may ..will make his plea in court today. today.james barbian...is charged wi arson..burglary..and endangering safety.police say...his ex wife was not home at the time of the fire...but her two pets were killed.the fire marshall has ruled the fire ?was? set intentionally. 3 a 20-year-old man is now charged in a police chase that ended in a fiery crash in greenfieldthe criminal complaint says tyrone burdine, junior sped up to more than 75 miles per hour to get away from hales corners police. police.he crashed into an innocent motorist a short time
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layton..before the car burst into flames.incredibly, everybody survived.turns out ...the accused had a revoked license for drunk driving and four bench warrants for his arrest. 3 new this morning... the kenosha police department is looking for several suspects in a reported armed robbery. police say it happened at a best buy store on 71st street near i-94.. around seven last night. multiple people went into the store...and witnesses say they think the suspects were armed. if you have any information call kenosha police. 3 milwaukee police for help in identifying ?this? man.he's wanted in connection to a number of burglaries. burglaries.police say he pryed open the door at an apartment building near first and pittsburgh... in the walker's point neighborhood early sunday morning.surveillance video shows him walk out the door with a large flat-screen t. t-v.the man is also suspected in four other burglaries this month.. around the area.if you know who the man is... you're asked to call milwaukee police. the health of nearly six hundred veterans is in
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meet proper cleaning standards. the veterans will get free screenings for hepatis b and c ?and? h-i-v.the v-a says a dental assistant reported the dentist for not cleaning equipment and keeping up with v-a standards. "dude, just take these.""what are they?""don't worry about it. they're just painkillers i took from my dad." dad." 3 a new public service announcement released highlights the dangers of pankiller abuse.it's part of attorney general brad schimel's "dose of reality" campaign to fight the state's 3 west milwaukee police say 10 people were arrested after a "fight for 15" protest spilled onto miller park way. the group was participating in the day of distraction...a nationwide attempt calling for a minimum wage of 15 dollars an hour. we first told you about the prostests yesterday morning at a mcdonalds on 9th & north. then the group traveled to city hall and ended at a mcdonalds near miller park way. that's where protestors blocked miller park way-shutting down traffic at the intersection for about an
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will make $15 dollars an hour...but these protesters say-its not good enough-not until everyone is making what they call "a living wage." 3 $7.25 is not a possible living wage for nayone uless youre working a 24 hour shift every d. day.1602 we work just as hard as you do. and we're gonna get . it. milwaukee county workers will see an increase in 2017... with minimum wage rising to $12 dollars an hour... for county workers. 3 3 15" protests across the country... including in chicago.workers at chicago's o'hare airport joined with fast food and health care workers in walking off the job yesterday...minimum wage in chicago is currently ten dollars and 50 cents an hour. still ahead..giving back. we'll tell you why children's charities are getting some extra help this holiday season. 3 plus... it offers families a second chance at life... so why did one ?town? say no to "habitat for humanity".details
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making national news...crews in tennessee are hoping rainy weather will help them get the upper-hand on the largest wildfire to hit the state in a hundred years.the deadly fire has destroyed hundreds of homes in the resort towns of gatlinburg and pigeon forge. three people are reported dead... and more than a dozen people have been hospitalized. a cirque du soleil worker is dead after an accident in san francisco last night.a technician was struck by a lift before the show. police say the man died from his injuries at a local hospital. last night's cirque du soleil show "luzia" was canceled. 3 ohio state held a prayer service last night ...for those attacked on campus this week.meanwhile...investigators are now honing in on social media rants of 18 year old abdul razak ali artan. artan.some say the posts have all the hallmarks of a
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into a crowd of people and then got out and started stabbing and cutting them.11 people were hurt.an ohio state university officer shot and killed the attacker just 90 seconds after answering the call. 3 we're expecting closing arguments today in the case of former charleston police officer michael slager.slager is charged with fatally shooting an unarmed black man. he took the stand yesterday to defend himself.slager described what led up to the shooting... including a scuffle with walter scott that was ?not? caught on cell scott was able to wrestle his taser away from him. "and i see the taser coming at me. and i see that barrel, it's like that big, coming at me. and i knew i was in trouble" trouble." slager ultimately fired five rounds... hitting scott in the back.he faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted. 3 now to news around the world... people in brazil continue to mourn the loss of members of a
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in a plane crash monday night. the team was on its way to play its first championship game in colombia ... when their charter plane went down near medellin.71 people were killed... including players, coaching staff, and journalists. 3 warming oceans this year have caused the largest die-off of corals ever recorded on australia's great barrier reef. scientists say the worst-affected area is a 400 mile swath ... ...in the 14-hundred mile chain of reefs off australia's northeast coast.during dive surveys in october and no that the swath lost an average of 67-percent of its shallow-water corals in the past nine months. 3 5:?? on this wednesday morning..toss to weather... 3 ((???1:45 seconds??))
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today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little
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increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph.week ahead: temperatures cool little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving your travels take you near the interchange.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.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is
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the waukesha county's habitat for humanity chapter won't be able to build 13-new homes in hartland. the village of hartland board denied the propo. proposal... ...saying 13 homes planned for that area was too many.residents even signed a petition saying they didn't want the homes built. 52-1:05. they came down to a meeting - a planning commission meeting - and objected very strenuously regarding the density because everything around them was on minimum half acre lots or bette" better." 3 habitat for humanity says its plans met all village codes... but now the development is on hold.it is possible the development could return to the selected spot - but with half the amount of homes. carroll university has appointed its first woman presi. president.'sara ray stoelinga' will take office in july 20-17. she's spent the past 22 years at the university of chicago- urban education institute. she'll be the 15th president of the university.
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across southeast wisconsin are getting some extra money this holiday season from potawatomi casino. it's through the casino's 'heart of canal street' program.the casino raises the money through a special bingo game.last year the bingo games raised nearly one-million dollars, which was split between charities.the make a wish foundation is one of the recipients this year. 2:23;58-24:02for us, holidays are a very big time fo rsending kids on their wishes 2:24:12-16this will help us grant more of those wishes this holiday season2:21:36-39 ithe can give back to children in this community. 2:21:41 -47the charities that are participating in this year's initiative do such great work for them them 3 each charity is expected to get about 30-thousand dollars. heart of canal street has made more than 550 donations, totaling nearly 16-million dollars since 19-94. stay close...your entertainment news is next... 3 includng star wars news...the upcoming film "rogue one" has broken a box office record and it isn't even in theaters yet.
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in entertainment news....the newest star wars film is already breaking ticket sale re. records.the hollywood reporter says "rogue one: a star wars story" boasts the biggest number of ticket 20-16... for both fandango "and" movie-tickets dot com. "the empire's building a weapon, capable of destroying an entire planet. planet. according to variety... the first stand-alone "star wars" adventure is tracking to open above the 130-million dollar mark when it hits theaters december 16th. 3 twitter announced it will hold a live-stream event for the new film. produced in conjunction with people magazine and disney... the event will feature never before seen footage from "rogue one" along with a
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with the cast and director. it will take place friday, december second. 3 the musical- "hamilton" just broke a big sales record... even after calls for a boycott. thanksgiving week is normally a huge week for broadway... but hamilton generated three- point-three million dollars in just eight shows last week -- setting a new record... according to the new york times.the times reported 'wicked' previously held the record. trump supporters recently called for a boycott of hamilton after a castmember gave a monologue directly to vice preside pence. 3( (toss to weather.. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds
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light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question. 3 3 roads are in great shape this
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impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the interchange.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.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb 3 police officers often have toys to use as small gestures for any children they meet while on the job. job.but for one local department in wisconsin... they're over-run by stuffed animals donated by the public. the neenah police department is adopting what it's calling "stuffed hugs." hugs."the program means any child who comes into the p-d -- for whatever reason -- can leave with a stuffed animal to enjoy.the community donated
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express laundry center in oshkosh donated its services too... running nine machines at one time to make sure the animals are clean and ready to hand out. officer stu zuehls/neenah police department: "it's a great experience. we can turn around something that potentially could have that negative long-lasting effect on the children, and they can turn around it and think of us in a more positive way." way." with bags and bags of sanitized animals now on hand... neenah p-d doesn't go as quickly as their washing... but say they're anxious to have an impact on area kids. 3 coming up in our next half hour...this dog has gone through a lot in his eight months of life...but now his future is bright. we'lltell you why ...when the cbs 58
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now at 5:30 - wisconsin's presidential recount will not what's next? details coming up.... 3 and - miller coors is getting into the holiday season!we'll take you to miller valley for a sneak peek of this year's holiday lites display. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads are in great shape...the latest on overnight construction closures plus an update on your wednesday morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic. 3
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november 30th. we'll get to your top stories in just a moment including the latest on the recount. recount. but first... it'll be a much different day than yesterday! so let's get straight to the forecast with meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun
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snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question. 3 our top story this morning... a recount in wisconsin ?will? happen... it just doesn't have to happen by hand. hand.a dane county judge has ruled that it'll be up to the county clerks to decide how to go about the process. process.cbs 58's kyle aevermann join us live from the newsroom with reaction to the ruling. kyle? stein's attorney says they will have decide today if they plan to appeal the ruling. he says they want to respect the system, but also want a fair and accurate count.the judge heard about 4 hours of testimony and arguements from both sides.but she ultimatly said there was not any hard enough or clear evidence hacking in the machine's took place.she said it'll be up the each county how they want to proceed.and while 19 counties including milwaukee have said they plan to do the recount electronicly, stein's attorney wants all counties to reconsider.
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county clerks and all of the canvassing boards to seriously consider and reconsider their decisions. and lets just do a hand recount. we will finish this process, we will know exactly what the tallys are in all of the counties, in all of the wards. and everyone will see exactly what wisconsin has done and what thier vote really is. is.the stein campaign paid the 3.5 million dollars yesterday, so the recount will begin but first, the election commission staff will hold a teleconference for all county clerks and canvass members to go over the recount rules and processes. that's scheduled for later today. 3 attorney general brad shimel released a statement about the decision...he says in part-- "i am very pleased with the judge's decision"... and goes on to say... "the outstanding effort of the department of justice attorneys and staff who worked on this case makes me extremely proud."
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here's a look at the timeline for the recount process.the recount starts tomorrow. results will be in by 8 p-m on december 12-th.and the next day on december 13-th those results will be certified. 3 meanwhile thousands of volunteers across the state are getting trained to ?watch? the recount happen. in southeastern wisconsin-- observers are getting a crash course in how the process works. cbs 58's julie parise is live at suburban bourbon in muskego.... where hundreds turned out for thattraining last night. julie? last night these volunteers were handed an p and sat through a two hour training course. they will watch those doing the recount to make sure it's done properly. the job is tedious. these volunteers won't be doing any counting.they won't be allowed to touch a single ballot. instead - they'll be watching state employees record totals - checking numbers on machines and on paper. they'll also record all results on paper.
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solidarity around the state...tehre are people that want to see fair politics done. for the scientists who said there were anamolies its a way of making sure were doing democracy the way it should be. 3 this training was for wisconsin's first, fourth and fifth congressional districts. other districts are holding similar trainings across the statelive in muskego julie parise cbs 58 3 we'll continue to monitor developments on the presidential recount throughout the show and on cbs 58 dot com. 3 president-elect donald trump is expected to announce more cabinet picks today...as he continues to put together his administration.among the potential selections -- steven mnuchin as treasury secretary... and investor wilbur ross as commerce secretary.the development comes just a day after trump and reince priebus had dinner with mitt romney in manhattan. romney has been floated as a potential secretary of state
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at least three people are dead and a dozen others injured in eastern tennessee... after monday night's devastating wild. wildfires. the city of gatlinburg has put a curfew in place... and authorities say several fires are still burning in the county. roxana saberi has the latest. (nats tues0489)hotspots are still burning in gatlinburg... (tenn dot handout- nat @00:29) you can see the damage that has been done in this area right here.the city's mayor says the massive wildfire swept through half of this tourist citydestroying at least 15me businesses... in this video posted to twitter, an officer with the tennessee department of transportation surveys one area of the damage.(tenn dot handout @1:00 or other)you can see what the fire has done to this area it's absolutely devastating.more than 14- thousand visitors and residents were forced to flee late monday night... (tue0492 - vo/nat @01:00) "everything's
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this driver was one of them he documented his escape as flames blazed outside his window.(vo / nat - if it times out correctly) "i've never seen anything like this, ever." (vo / nat red cross shelter - #tue0348)around 2-thousand people found safety in shelters.... inlcuding gregory pelc.. who says he barely got out with his two chihuahuas. (or aptn gregory pelc, gatlinburg resident) "oh yeah. yeah, it was like a picture of h-e-l-l. and there was 15, 20 feet high flames on each side of us as we were walking out in the middle of gatlinburg." monday, fueled by a drought, coupled with high winds that downed power lines.(sot steve bultema rental cabin owner wed0054) you could see the sky was red from the fires.. we 3 3 new this morning ...a pedestrian is seriously hurt after getting hit by a car in mequon.it happened near north port washington road just north of highland road just before 6 last night. officials say the driver stopped and called police.the pedestrian was taken to the hospital by flight for life.the cause of the crash remains under investigation.
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((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of
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bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question. 3
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roads are in great shape this morningweather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the interchange.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.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb
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summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at lincoln ave.a reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until spring 2017. this 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 3 a brewery could be one of the elements in the bucks' entertainment distrct. distrct.which according to the buck's "site plan" would be on 4th street.the plan doesn't detail ?which? brewery -- or specific restaurants, shops or businesses that would go into the entertainment district.the
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be ready for the 20-18 season. 3 he's a fighter... and soon, could find a forever home.we introduce you to a dog named chance... and his remarkable road to recovery. 3 first-- we want to take you live to miller valley... for your sneak peek at this year's holiday lites display .it will be open to the public starting friday. nearly 600-thousand lights are synchronized to holiday music.other "high lites" include, a beer keg and 13-hundred feet of garland. visitors also get a free brewery mini-tour... and special giveaway and discounts. it's the largest holiday light display of its kind in the midwest! you're watching the
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c-b-s 58 news time is 5:... on this................. morning. welcome back to the c-b-s 58 morning news. this is the time of year when our cheer runs high but our vulnerabilities might be low. low.so what's the best way to keep yourself safe? cbs 58's michael schlesinger is live at monkey bar gym in milwaukee's third ward to get some helpful self-defense the busy shopping season! michael? 3
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the monkey bar is offering several self-defense classes website...cbs58.com...and click on the red news links tab on the homepage for more information. 3 in your moneywatch report... get ready to hang out with mario, donkey kong and pikachu. universal studios is opening nintendo-themed areas at its parks in orlando, hollywood and osaka, japan.the idea is to make you feel like you've stepped inside of some of your favorite nintendo video games. the attractions will feature characters, like mario, and interactive attractions, shops and restaurants. you are going
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expected to open up over the next couple of years. nintendo's expansion follows other universal's themed attractions like harry potter and the simpsons. 3 tiffany is blaming its neighbor for falling sales at its flagship store.the high-end jeweler's new york location is near trump tower. tiffany didn't mention donald trby nearby chaos ?they said? had quote- "some adverse effect on traffic" at its 5-th avenue store. and.. the company warned sales could be hit again in the fourth quarter. tiffany's new york store accounts for nearly 10-percent of the company's total sales. he's as curious as any 8-month old puppy... "chance"... has become a symbol for "giving tuesday" at the local office of the wisconsin humane society. society.chance was recently found in a dumpster with injuries that strongly suggest he was dragged by a car. he's
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"it's unthinkable to imagine why somebody would drag a dog at all, whether it was an accident or intentional. but then throw him into a dumpster where nobody could help. he was left there to die. but fortunately a good samaritan did discover him and save his life." 3 3 the person who found chance has now agreed to adopt him, once he's healthy enough. 3 coming up ...a terminal illness isn't getting in the way of this mans dreams.we'll tell you what he accomplished next! 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday
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snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph.week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of
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a seattle man has proven that nothing can stop him from pursuing his dreams... not even a terminal disease. disease.1:00-1:04"congratulatio ns...so amazing" amazing"62- year-old evans wilson is battling pulmonary fibrosisand pulmonary hyper-tension. but he didn't
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completing-- all 26- point-two miles of the seattle marathon--oxygen tank in tow... along with his wife.the feat was not only a personal and emotional triumph for wilson ...but one he hopes will make a difference. :47-:49"it's the most important marathon of his life." life." his marathon run raised funds and awareness for terminal lung disease research. 3 3 3 3 stay close...your top stories are coming up at the top of the hour. hour.the cbs 58 morning news at six is next! 3 this is a live look at the the miller valley holiday lites display will be open to the public starting friday.nearly 600-thousand lights are synchronized to holiday music. other "high lites" include, a beer keg tree made of 150 barrels, a free brewery mini-tour, plus special
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display of its kind in the midwestyou're watching the
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3 good morning...thanks for starting your day...and ending your november with us!it's wednesday, november 30-th. 30-th.here's what we're working on this half hour... 3 3 3 3 3 we have team coverage on the presidential election recount. cbs 58's kyle aevermann is breaking down the judge's ruling... and julie parise will explain t required for ?recount observers.? cbs 58's michael schlesinger is showing us some self-defense techniques... just in time for holiday shopping. and -- we'll check out what's brewing in miller valley this morning! 3 a lot going on! but right now meteorologist justin thompson gee has a look at your weather. 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the

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