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1:18-1:23 "we're really lucky that nobody was hurt //it could be the other way" way" now at 4:30 - a deadly round of storms and tornadoes destroy parts of the southeast. 3 and new parking rules go into effect today...for people who live or travel in milwaukee. what you need to know, coming up. good morning!it's the start of a new month. today is thursday december 1st. we're following a number of stories for you this morning... including, the quick change from november to ?december weatherthis is a live look at our dot camera. some parts of our area saw snow flurries overnight. overnight. so as you look ahead to the rest of today, let's get you started with a check of the forecast.here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5) 5???))today: cloudy with pockets of drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon.
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the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10-20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph.friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph.weekend: seasonable temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becoming cloudy on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 our top story this morning... parts of the southeast are assessing the damage after more than a dozen twisters
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mississippi and tennessee from tuesday into wednesday. 3 at least 5 people are dead. roxana saberi has the latest on the severe weather. search and rescue teams fanned out across parts of the southeast into the night... (sot neil feist/ al firefighter) we got crews out and doing home searches, making sure everyone is okay ...as residents in alabama took stock of the devastation around them.in the small town of rosalie yesterday...a tornado ripped apart homes and businesses and killed three peoplewaiting out he inside their mobile home.jim smith knew one of them...(sot jim smith/ al businessowner wed0508) it was a friend of mine's daughter.//that's why my business is gone, no big deal. i'll get it all together and restart100 miles north...mark faulk junior, a georgia firefighter, and his wife saundra were killed...when an ef-3 tornado struck polk county in tennessee:(sot earnest grizzard/ bloomingdale city council) he loved the fire department, he loved what it representedat least five other counties in the state were
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them was moved to tears...sharing the story of a family who escaped the worst: (sot mayor johnn gentry/ mcminn county wed0440) a baby was born at a local hospital/ that family's house had been destroyed//so we had 20 injured and one brand new life (wed0011)the twisters were part of an onslaught of severe weather that also plagued parts of georgia, louisiana, and mississippi...where powerful winds flipped cars and even 18-wheelers:(sot wed0050) we're really lucky that nobody was hurt //it could be the other way (thu0041) the storm system also moved through the snapping power lines, and closing roads.roxana saberi cbs news. 3 3 now to a developing story back here at home... we are just hours from the start of the presidential recount here in wisconsin. green party candidate jill stein cut a check for 3.5 million dollars to make it happen. counties can decide if they want to use machines or do it by hand. in milwaukee county... tabulators will use machines to count more than 444-thousand ballots. county
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will be working daily. they'll be paid 15 dollars an hour. sot julietta henry, milwaukee county elections director 11;29;05 we don't have really any concerns. we're excited about this and our staff is ready for it and we've contacted all of the municipal clerks and they have their staff and they're ready for it and we accept the challenge. 3 the recount is open to the public-you need to bring a photo i-d to get in. presidential candidates will also have observers on hand. 3 cbs 58 news will be there covering the process when it begins at nine this morning. results are due by 8 p-m on december of those results will take place the next day. 3 stay with cbs 58 for continuing ?recount? coverage... on air and online at cbs 58 dot com. 3 two women accused of abusing a child..and two men arrested for not doing anything to stop it..now ... a seven year old boy is dead.mpd is investigating this as a homicid. homicide.milwaukee police say the child was taken to children's hospital tuesday with numerous injuries.he died a few hours later..officers then went to an apartment near
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answered, neighbors say they kicked in the door. 16:07-10 when police came over we were in shockbutt to 15:34-45 the police were asking me questions like did we hear anything did we know the people personally, we didn't hear nothing, i would have called the police police 3 the two women who were arrested are in their 40's. their relationship to the child is still not clear. 3 3 new this morning ...winter parking rules go into effect today for people in milwaukee. 3 require alternate side parking. there's also certain streets that have ?no? overnight parking.if you don't move your car -- you risk getting a ticket and having your car towed.the departmet of public works has a text-message alert system.it will tell you when the city declares a snow emergency or snow plow operation. 3 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???))
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drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon. highs around 400. feels like the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10- 20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph. temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becoming cloudy on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. today: cloudy with pockets of
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possible before noon. highs around 400. feels like the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10- 20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph.weekend: seasonable temp sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becoming cloudy on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces.
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cbs 58 ready weather app. you can watch live radar and upload pictures right from your smartphone or tablet.it's free for apple and android. 3 3 a big win for the green and gold in philly this week... but yesterday clay matthews was talking about a big hit from a former packer--eagles right tackle allen barbre. barbre.clay matthews says the pain in his shoulder is lingering... and he's not a fan of that block from barbre i mean, i've got a lot more to say about it, but i'm going to
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was cheap shot, but it is what it is. i hate it. "unfortunately, i landed on my shoulder, and that's kind of what i've been dealing with sin" since." take another look at the hit... barbre was not penalized on the block in the first quarter... matthews says the refs probably didn't throw a flag because he's not a quarterback. matthews says whether he plays against houston will be a question of "pain tolerance."cbs 58's kevin holden has more on the teams new breakout star.. devante adams. 3 the packers kth to start fast to break that four game losing streak, and that's exactly what they did in philadelphia monday night. thanks to davante adams. he had two touchdown catches on the packers first two drives. and lately he's been the packers go to guy at receiver. receiver. i'd like to think that i can get a spark going or our team. i don't know if that's a 100% accurate stat, but i like to come up with some energy and i feel like when me and aaron click early,
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game.he's just now finally healthy, and when you're healthy, you're more confident, and the more confident, the more plays you make like he made on monday and he's been making most of the season. season.at lambeau field, kevin holden, cbs 58 sports. 3 the packers and texans kick off at noon sunday at lambeau field.you can watch the game right here on cbs 58.then stay with us for an hour-long cbs 58 sportszone postgame special... with team reaction and analysis. 3 new this morning...home field advantage in the world series wi by the winner of major league baseball's all-star game. game. since the infamous all-star tie in 2002 here in milwaukee, baseball has given the advantage in the world series to the team from the league that won the all-star game.now...home field advantage will go to the team with the best regular season record.last year, the chicago cubs had the best record going into the world series but the cleveland indians got to begin the series at home because the american league won the all-star game.the change is
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agreement agreed on by the players and owners yesterday. baseball fans... there's a new way to show off your brewers pride. the team is inviting fans to miller park for a special 'fan photo shoot.' photo stations will be set up at the stadium for fans to show off their spirit.select photos will be used on next season's marketing materials... including ads and billboards.if you're interested... head to miller park today and tomorrow afternoon from 3-6... and saturday from 9-am to noon. 3 coming up ...remembering the creator of big mac...who passed away yesterday. jeanne look at the big mac and it's
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the f-b-i says terrorist influences may have inspired monday's attack at ohio state. state.authorities say ohio state student "abdul razak ali artan" rammed his car into a group of people ...got out and slashed people with a butcher knife.within two minutes, a university police officer shot and killed him. 1-13angela byers/ fbi special agent in charge:"all we know at this point is we believe he may have been inspired by anwar al-awlaki isil. our investigation will determine that. it's too soon to draw any type of conclusions" conclusions." 3 "awlaki" was a top leader for al-qaeda in yemen until he was killed in a drone strike in 2011.the f-b-i says artan was a somali refugee who came to the u-s from pakistan... but couldn't say more about his immigration to the u-s. 3 a frightening situation on a maine roadway.take a look. :00-:02 nats - two explosions
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causing several explosions. it happened in front of the maine warden service office. an employee tried to use a fire extinguisher but the flames were too intense. a volunteer fire crew put out the fire. no one was hurt. 3 a long standing christmas tradition in menominee, michigan is coming to an end. the city took down its natvity scene at city hall.officials made the decision after realizing it was a violation of city policy. 1;13-1:28tony graff, menominee city manager:"we're willing to work with faith-based to put it up where it's not public property, because of the issue of constitutionality, it's been discussed all around the country in regards to separation of church and state." state." 3 the city has been getting complaints about the nativity scene since 2007. thanksgiving is over.. and now many people are putting up their holiday decorations.but one school is outlawing santa. the hillsboro school district-- outside of portland, oregon-- says it's a
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staff is still allowed to decorate for the holidays. but they're told to refrain from religious-themed decorations -- including santa claus.some parents say an outright ban on santa goes too far. if you're going to put a giant cross on the window that's one thing, but i think santa claus is more folklore and american history than a religious simple at this point.butt to i'm from that generation where we believe in santa, and my kids believe in santa, and they should be able to celebrate it. it. se similar policies. 3 fire and wildlife crews rescued a manatee.. stuck in a florida storm drain. it's unclear how the manatee got stuck. but city workers spotted it yesterday morning.the mammal
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...it took crews a few hours to free the animal. the 950 pound manatee is now at seaworld in orlando getting treatment. 3 a 19-year-old somali-american became the first fully-covered muslim ...to compete in the miss minnesota u-s-a pageant on sunday. sunday.the saint cloud state university freshman made it to the semifinal round of 15 contestants -- but did not advance to the final five.she said she wants to break barriers for muslim women,show that they are not oppressed -- and be an inspiration for muslim girls. halima aden/ miss minnesota usa contestant::38-:45 "i just like the fact that people are talking about it, and i've been getting awesome messages from muslim girls, telling me about stuff that they've overco. overcome. 22-year-old meridith gould was crowned 2017 miss minnesota u-s-a.she will go on to compete at the televised miss u-s-a pageant next year. 3 the fast food world is mourning the man who created the big mac.michael "jim" delligatti has died at the age of 98. 98.he once said-- "i would never have dreamed that my creation would turn into a piece of americana."jeanne
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his famous burger. the creator of the big mac did not die from a big mac attack....nats:"it's not really that unhealthy."the big mac's maker...nats:"mr. jim delligatti..."lived to the age of 98. it was nearly 50 years ago that he first served a big mac at his mcdonald's franchise near pittsburgh. it was an instant success, went national, immortalized by the jingle...nats:"two all beef patties special sauce blended cheese" sesame seed bun special sauce" where is the special sauce? there's the special sauce the original big mac sold for... nats:"49 cents at the time." now it's as much as 5 bucks. and sold worldwide, though in paris...nats:"what do they call a big mac? a big mac's a big mac but they call it le big mac." mac."you know they say only 1 out of 5 millenials has ever ever tasted a big mac mcdonald's didn't lower its flag to half staff but it did
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forever remember you." fans posted big mac tribute photos. one suggested "to honor his legacy why not return the big mac to its former size? it's become so small it's pathetic." not true, says mcdonald's, it's been the same size since inception. another fan suggested "if they cremate him, they should put him in a big mac box. i love big macs." but even the guy who invented it in 1967 jumbled the jine. special sauce lettuce cheese onion pickles on a sesame seed bun ... i always thought pickles, onions... could be but i say on toasted sesame seed bun. jim delligatti's family still operates 21 mcdonald's in pennsylvania. for jim's business the big mac itself was...nats:our own secret saucejeanne moos cnn nats:onions, pickles on a sesame seed bun. pickles
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delligatti spent two years coming up with the right combo for its "special sauce." sauce."mcdonald's sells 900-million big macs a year around the world. 3 3 3 in your h speaker paul ryan took to twitter yesterday... applauding the house passing the "cures act."it's a part of what some republican leaders call the "better way health care agenda" -- promising more choices.. lower costs.. cutting-edge cures and treatments -- and a stronger meidcare system.this bi-partisan healthcare plan aims to repeal and replace obamacare. 6-23 it will fundamentally transform the way we treat and cure diseases in this country. cures provides needed funding but it does so in a responsible way. i'm also
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murphy's mental health legislation, mental health reform. again, something a long time in coming. 3 3 president-elect donald trump vowed to repeal and replace obamacare within the first 100 days of his presidency.speaker ryan says bringing the "cures plan" to the house floor.. is the first ?official? step in that direction. 3 here's yet another reason americans should get more sleep.a new report finds lack of sleep among u-s workers costs the economy up to 411-billion dollars a year. productivity ...and higher risk of death from sleep deprivation ..have a big impact on the economy. 3 coming up...how do unlimited frosty's from wendy's sound? pretty tempting... how you can
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today: cloudy with pockets of drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon. highs around 400. feels like the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10-
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temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph.weekend: seasonable temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becomi is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. today: cloudy with pockets of drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon. highs around 400. feels like the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10- 20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy.
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around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph.weekend: seasonable temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becoming cloudy on sunday. light snow is likely on su light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 netflix will now allow users to watch shows offline.the feature is free with all
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have the most recent netflix app on their devices to access the new "download" button. netflix competitor, amazon prime offered offline downloads more than a year ago. 3 3 a holiday treat for wendy's lovers.the restaurant chain is giving out free junior frosty's next year to anyone with a key tag. the tags are two-dollars and available at most locations. they've already sold out online. wendy's will donate nearly half of the cost of the tags to the "dave thomas foundation" that helps
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3 coming up at 5 -- a reopening celebration for the mitchell park domes..but how long will they stay open?we tell you what people want done with the
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time to flip the calendar!good
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december 1-st. 1-st.and its starting too feel a little more like december. some places even saw some light flurries overnight... overnight...so what can we expect for the rest of the day? meteorologist justin thompson gee has a check of ready weather. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: cloudy with pockets of drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon. highs around 400. feels like the lower 30s. breezy. wind: nw 10-20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph.friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10 mph.weekend: seasonable temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine possible on saturday becoming

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