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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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is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 3 roads may be a little wet this morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.there will be lane closures overnight along i-94 wb from 92nd st through the zoo interchange for pavement work.drivers take note 3 presidental recount will begin at 9 o'clock this morning. morning.green party presidential candidate- jill stein- handed in 3-and-a-half million dollars for the recount.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live with a closer look at what's happening today.kyle? we are at the milwaukee county courthouse this morning and inside sits the milwaukee county clerks office. and they have been busy over the past several days preparing for the recount. workers will begin recounting milwaukee county's ballots--at
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officials say will take right up to the 8 pm, december 12th deadline.milwaukee county election officials say they are ready to count the more than 444-thousand ballots. municipalities are assigned a time to come and count their votes-- every day about 130 people will be working.at least 2 sheriff's deputies will guard the ballots at all times during the recount--and in the end- county officials expect to see little change in the results. joe czarnezki, milwaukee county clerk 11;31;51 that would be extremely rare. we have confidence that our voting equnt recount is open to the public-- you do need a photo id to get in.coming up in our next half hour, we'll break down how many counties plan on using machines, and how many plan on recounting by hand. live in mke. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 stay with cbs 58 as we continue to cover this developing story... and track the results of the election recount. 3 looking ahead now..one of
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girl...is expected to learn his fate in milwaukee county court today.carl barrett is charged with first degree reckless homicide and three counts of recklessly endangering safety...in the death of laylah petersen. investigators say he was the second gunman involved in the crime...petersen was shot back in 20-14 while sitting on her grandfather's lap.it took about a ?year? before "barrett"... "arliss gordon" and "paul farr".... were arrested in relation to her death. 3 now to a developing story... another incident at the home of anthony pettis in and cbs 58 has learned...this is actually the ?third? crime committed there in recent weeks. the mixed martial arts champion posted this video yesterday morning... showing two young men get out of a black four-door car outside his home.you'll see them try to open the doors on one of the cars in the driveway.. then get into the white s-u-v. you'll remember last month... two cars were set on fire.. and the flames spread to a third in his driveway.
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the neighorhood is normally very quiet. he thinks someone is after the former u-f-c lightweight champion. 23:09:49-10:05 it would seem to me that this isn't random when it's 3 times at the same locaiton then the definition of considence goes out the window, so i would think that whoever's doing it has some kind of connection to mr pettis. pettis. 3 pettis is offering a reward for information on the the identities of the two suspects. 3 west allis police arrested a boy for making the bomb threat that shut down lincoln intermediate school this week. they won't say what grade he's in..nobody was hurt during the evacuation..and no device was ever found. city officials are pushing for charges.mayor dan devine tweeted out last night.. "just dont do it kids" 3 milwaukee police are asking for help idenfying this man. they say he robbed a person outside a citgo gas station on the city's northwest side early yesterday morning.police say the man showed a gun..
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and demanded money.the victim didn't comply... and the two got into a struggle. the suspect grabbed cash out of the other's pocket and ran off. 3 a city initiative will take aim at a deadly problem in milwaukee county today. with drug overdoses on the rise -- people are being asked to get rid of their unused medications through a sponsored program. cbs 58's julie parise..is live with the details this morning. the drug mail back program is using the post office to fight the opioid and heroin here in milwaukee countyit's an easy, free way to get rid of addictive medictions -- through the mail. postage paid envelopes will be available at 10 different cvs stores in milwaukee. people can then drop them in the mail thse drugs will go to the milwaukee and cudahy police departments for handling by the department of justice. these envelopes have been available for awhile, but they used to cost a few bucks -- now they're free. with 217 overdose deaths in milwaukee so far this year, city leaders
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drug problem. "......in this community and throughout the country." 3 3 the free envelopes are available at cvs stores in milwaukee. also at milwaukee and cudahy police departments. metropolitan sewerage district's main office on seebooth street. representatives from the ity and the state department of justice will host a news event today announcing the program at the cvs pharmacy on west perkins place in milwaukee. that happens today at 10 a.m. live in milwaukee jp cbs 58 milwaukee county is on pace for record-setting year of opioid overdose deaths.. deaths..like julie just reported...to date... 217 people have died of heroin and
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176 last year. year.the medical exmainer's office says fentanyl deaths are up about 130-percent this year..with 70 o-d's. o-d's.compared to 30 all of last year.. year..and 16 in 20-14.one big problem.. many users end up mixing drugs and may not even know it. 1:51:16-29 it's far more potent than morphine than the heroin is, so when you mix the two together you don't realize the dose needs to be reduced in order to receive the same effect. 3 later today...milwaukee alderman michael murphy will introduce legislations to create a county wide task force to combat the problem. the u.s. department of housing and urban development says ?public housing? will be smoke free. over the next year and a half... housing authorities will have to develop a plan on the new smoking rules and how to enforce them.there are more than four-thousand public housing units in milwaukee, waukesha, racine and washington counties. people living in those homes will now have to go outside to smoke. (ken barbeau, milwaukee
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because ever since this draft came out a year ago, we've been telling our residents that this is a possibility." possibility." the rule only involves smoking... but milwaukee may look at whether "e-cigarettes" will be added. cristo rey jesuit high school in south milwaukee has given a new meaning to the word 'school' 'schoolwork.'at cristo rey, every student spends 4 days a week in school...but the fifth day? they go to work.it's part of the work study program that sends kids to one of 50 milwaukee-area businesses...like at st. camillus si students split a full-time position with their classmates. the companies pay the school as if it were a real employee. it began as a way to offset the cost of education. joe mazza "that's how it started out, what it evolved into, is something much bigger is something where students are being exposed to the world of businesses that many of them didn't know existed. 3 now these students are learning what it's like in the real world...and milwaukee
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futures.i'll have much more on the cristo rey work study program this weekend on cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow. 3 the mitchell park domes... will celebrate a re-opening today.this comes after structural concerns forced them to close earlier this year. now the question is ... what's next? a task force is in charge of reviewing three options -- repair the current domes. replace them with similar structures. or build something entirely different.roughly half of the people who took a county survey want the domes demolished on the property. that includes state representative josh zepnick. the glass and domes as they are constructed are very energy inefficient, we're burning a ton of money just paying for heat and electricity 3 both sides say cost will be a huge factor in the decision. the county is hosting a grand re-opening event from 9 until 5 today. admission is free. you can also take the future of the domes survey online... we have a link at cbs 58 dot com.click this story on our home page. 3
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one of the country's most bike-friendly universities.the league of american bicyclists named the campus a 'gold bicyle friendly' university. the university says its bike initiatives, like bublr bike sharing stations and fix-it stations improve the quality of life for for not only its students, but the city of milwaukee.just three years ago, the university was a bronze-level campus. milwaukee's domestic animal shelter took center stage yesterday. riverside theatre presented the organization with a check for 32-thousand do! dollars! from the recent auction of theater seats... removed from the newly-renovated riverside theater . among those to celebrate madacc's good fortune... one of the animals its bringing back to health. a dog named maddy.. who still has a loving disposition.. while recovering from severe burns. "we get in animals just like her that have been burned, shot, stabbed, starved, injured and we never have enough money to take care of those animals and get them well and get them adopted.and
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3 the chair auction was extremely popular. 60-pairs of the chairs sold in less than a week. 3 still ahead on the cbs 58 morning news...time is running out for protesters in north dakota...fighting against the access pipeline.we tell you
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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 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 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 temperatures both saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some good sunshine
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is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3
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roads may be a little wet this morningwatch the turns and nave interchanges.there will be lane closures overnight along i-94 wb from 92nd st through the zoo interchange for pavement work.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
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making national news...an officer is dead following a shooting in tacoma, washington. as of last report.... it's still an active situation.the standoff between officers and the suspect has been going on for hours. police say they were responding to a domestic violence call when shots were fired. the officer was rushed to the hospital for surgery and later died.as for the shooter... police say the suspect is still in the home owned by a fellow church member. two children were escorted out of the house and led to safety when the officer was shot.the last time an officer was killed in tacoma was in 19-97. 3 outside charlotte mecklenburg police headquarters--- a ?protest? against the district attorney's decision to ?not? charge the officer who shot and killed keith scott in september. at one point... the crowd stopped in an intersection. police say they have made four arrests... related to the protests. 3 at least seven people are dead and dozens more injured... in
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tennessee. the scenes of destruction are staggering... with now more than 700 structures destroyed.of those, officials say more than 300 are in the resort-area of gatlinburg. that town is now under a mandatory evacuation order.the u-s forestry service says more than 15-thousand acres are burning in the great smoky mountains national park. dolly parton, who has a theme park in the affected area, plans to give one-thousand dollars a month to families who lost their homes. 3 parts of the soust assessing damage this morning...left behind by severe storms and multiple tornadoes. more than a dozen twisters touched down in alabama, louisiana, mississippi and tennessee from tuesday into wednesday. the storm system is now expected to move into the carolinas. 3 the clock is ticking for protesters fighting against the dakota access pipeline.the u-s army corps of engineers issued a december 5-th deadline for them to leave the protest site. site.north dakota's governor says with winter weather approaching... first responders will no longer be
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those who stay.members of the standing rock sioux tribe say they're not moving.they believe the pipeline will destroy sacred cultural sites and contaminate water. 33-38water is sacred. but, it's also good business to protect your water resource." 1:04-1:05this pipeline is being built where two existing pipelines exist today, that were built through your state in 1982. we've not disturbed any historical sites." sites." 3 north dakota leaders will borrow an additional seven million dollto the ongoing protest. president-elect donald trump kicks off his victory tour in cincinnati, ohio today. before that event, trump will be in indiana -- touting a deal he helped arrange to keep nearly a thousand carrier air conditioning factory jobs from moving to mexico.yesterday - the president-elect announced he would separate himself from his global business interests while in office. your entertainment news is next. "fantstic beasts and where to find them" is racking up some fantastic numbers at
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how many people are buying tickets. 3 and later...this is a class that probably would have been pretty popular back in high school.how one wisconsin teacher is getting attention for his teaching skills...all across the globe..more
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in entertainment news.. kanye west is now out of the hospital.the rapper checked out of the u-c-l-a medical center yesterday. yesterday.he had been under observation since november 22-nd.police and paramedics were called to the home of his personal trainer the day before... after a report of a physical altercation.the day before west was admitted to the hospital... he canceled the remainder of his saint pablo concert tour.sources say he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration. he's reportedly now home with his
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true love never has to hide x 2kiss up and rub up and feel up on yougive you some time to prove that i can trust you. beyonce has released a new music video for the song "all night." the video is a stand alone piece from her platinum selling visual album- "lemonade." warner brothers says "fantastic beasts and where the find them" has conjured up over 500 million dollars at "so you're the guy with the case full of monsters, huh?" "news travels fast." fast." deadline reports this harry potter spin off has made 161 million in the u-s and 344 million internationally...for a total of 505 million dollars to date. 3( (toss to weather... 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
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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- 20 mph.tonight: partly cloudy. 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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light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 3 roads may be a little wet this mogw and navigate slowly around the interchanges.there will be lane closures overnight along i-94 wb from 92nd st through the zoo interchange for pavement work.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.
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one wisconsin high school class is going far beyond text books and computers-- and now it's expanding overseas. overseas.technology and engineering instructor jeremie meyer says he loves to challenge his students. students.in 2007, meyer founded "formula student"--- a program where students design and build a race ground up...and the experience is helping students excel beyond the classroom. jeremie meyer, instructor: "lot of big companies in the area have our students and they're saying the experience they've had in the program has helped them get a leg up." --butted to--tyler rynish, formula student: "it's like a deadline, it's just like the real world, you need to get it done in a certain amount of time and it needs to be functional and ready to go by that date." date." after 10 years, the "formula student program" is now being replicated in australia.30 teachers there are learning
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first cars.and meyer says just this week, a teacher from dubai reached out to him about teaching the course. 3 anchor reaction... 3 coming up at 5:30..november is over. so is "mo-vember." that means the beards and mustaches are coming off. we'll tell you which wisconsin police department took part in the no shave november challenge...
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now at 5:30 - we're just hours from the start of the presidential recount here in wi. wisconsin.plus ... there's a new effort to fight opioid abuse. it involves your mailbox.we'll explain. and winter is here!cold weather mixed with some snow flurries for part of our area. justin breaks it down! 3 and - the pros and cons of store credit cards.. what you need to watch out for. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads may be wet is update on your thursday morning drive plus thelatest on overnight construction closures is coming up next in ready traffic. 3 3 it's december first ... and it definitely feels more like it out there.here's a live look at our d-o-t skycam.. some parts of southeastern wisconsin saw some snow flurries overnight. 3 good morning and thanks for joining us bright and early. you'll want to bundle up before going out today ...it's
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let's get you started with a check of the forecast! here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((30 seconds 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. teat 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.
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our top story this morning... city leaders are partnering with the state department of justice to fight the drug overdose problem in milwaukee county. starting today -- local pharmacies will offer a way to safely and discreetly get rid of unused medications. cbs 58's julie parise is live in milwaukee with that story. julie? the drug mail back program asks people to pick up a free envelope from a local pharmacy, place their unused medications inside, and then come -- to drop it off. with 217 overdose deaths in milwaukee county so far this year, it's something city leaders say we need to do. postage paid envelopes will be available at 10 different cvs stores in milwaukee. people can then drop them in the mail thse drugs will go to the milwaukee and cudahy police departments for handling by the department of justice. these envelopes have been available for awhile, but they used to cost a few bucks -- now they're free. city leaders say we need to do something -- because the overdose problem in milwaukee keeps getting
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city leaders say the pilot program is going to cost at least 50 thousand dollars.it will run for two years. there are also drug drop off boxes at local police departments, as well.live in milwaukee jp 3 now to a developing story ... this morning, hundreds of workers across the state will begin recounting election ballots.... a move requested and paid for by former green party presidential candidate jill stein. stein. 3 cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live with a closer look at the recount. kyle? the recount starts at 9 o'clock this morning.in milwaukee county about 130 people will work each and
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ballots are counted once again.. late yesterday those ballots were moved over from county courthouse... over to the city of milwaukee's election commission warehouse. that's where milwaukee county's recount is going to happen.. according to the elections commission 47 counties will count by hand.... including kenosha, dodge, ozaukee and washington counties.10 counties will use machines and hand count. and 12 counties including milwaukee, racine, and waueksha will just use machines.at least 2 sheriff's deputies will guard the ballots at all times during the recount--milwaukee county officials say they are ready. "they were able to go out and hire their poll workers as tabulator so that we have experienced people working. but actually at a point that we're going to have roughly 130 people every day working th" there"recount is open to the public-- you do need a photo
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candidates will also have observers present daily updates will be posted on the wisconsin election commission website. 3 we'll be there when they start the recount at nine this morning.results are due by 8 p-m on december 12-th. certification 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. four people are arrested in the death of a 7-year-old child. two women are accused of abusing that boy. and two men are arrested for not doing anything to stop it..milwaukee police are investigating this as a homicide. 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 19th and national for follow-up questions. when nobody answered... neighbors say they kicked in the door. 16:07-10 when police came over
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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. a 14 year old is caught breaking into a sheboygan garage armed with a butcher knife. police say he admitted to two other gargage burglaries. burglaries.just last week, police arrested three 13-year-olds for burglarizing ...and vandalising are in the thousands of dollars. 3 3 new this morning ...winter parking rules go into effect today for people in milwaukee. most residential streets require alternate side parking. there's also certain streets that have ?no? overnight parking. 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.
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((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) 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- 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
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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. 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 possible on saturday becoming cloudy on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3
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roads may be a little wet this morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.there will be lane closures overnight along i-94 wb from 92nd st through the zoo interchange for pavement work.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 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 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
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it's one of the most frustrating parts of shopping -- finding parking.but a new app hopes to point you in the right direction. direction.mayfair mall in malls" this year.it lets shoppers know where there are open parking spots by using heat sensors.green on the map means there are lots of spots.. an area getting full is yellow..and red means ten percent or less is left. :12-:16 "the idea behind this is to create a hassle-free shopping experience for our gue" guests." the hope is people will use it on the weekends ...when the lots fill quickly.more details at cbs 58 dot com. com.
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a virginia-based company is helping combat veterans transition back into civilian life."flags of valor" creates one-of-a-kind american flags out of wood.brian steorts --the company's founder- is a veteran.he was injured during service... and he used woodworking as therapy.that inspired him to start a business and employ veterans. 3:44:10-21they're all combat veterans... 'r service disabled in their own ways... and this provides a theraputic environment for them to feel comfortable in and to thrive in and to create something they're passionate about -- which is our country country 3 steorts says 'flags of valor' has three guiding principles-- made in america still matters... veterans are an untapped resource... and giving back is imperative. 3
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still ahead .. not all credit cards are created equal..the perks and pittfalls..next! 3 here's a live look outside for you. you're watching the c-b-s
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today is december 1st... officially time to start thinking about the holidays and all of those parties! we're getting some secrets from a fine dining hot spot in milwaukee.
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as you head to the stores to shop for the holidays..its almost guaranteed they'll offer you a credit card. but you could pay a price for that split second decision at the counter. cbs 58's amanda porterfield shows us how you can be a savvy consumer when it comes to store cards ... versus major credit cards. [nats - credit card swipes-:02] swipes-:02] 3 3 3 donna boston store has the bonus buys. 00:37:39 they may be popular but financial experts say store credit cards are riskier than your ordinary ones. 04:33:33 bbb guy even putting all your personal information out there to another source is increasing
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crumpton, financial expert generally your visa, master or discover cards are going to have a lower interest rate. 23:34:58 than store cards. the comparison service credit cards dot com says store cards tack on an average of 23.23 percent. while major cards - average out to nearly 10 percent less than that. kathryn crumpton when you buy something on sale, you get the sale price, but if you don't pay it off then you actually are adding interest onto that sale price. you may not have saved in the first place. 23:38:11 and during the holidays, when stores throw the deals out to reel you in? 04:32:44 instead of saying a quick yes or no they should have the information, what the annual percentage rate. are there any other fees, how is this going to affect my credit rating. get information before you sign up for that card. 04:32:57 remember - everytime you apply for a card - whether it goes through or not.. an inquiry goes onto your credit report. and your score could go down. 23:36:11 kathryn crumpton best thing to do if you're going to take advantage of that offer is pay that credit card right off. 23:26:13 when the bill comes. 3
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get. best for fast shipping: amazon prime store cardbest for everyday items: target redcardbest for clothes: gap inc. visa cardbest for home improvement: lowe's consumer credit cardbest for discounts: tjx rewards credit cardif you want more information and links, head to our website cbs 58 dot com.click on savvy consumer. 3 coming up ...a wisconsin police department takes part in no shave november.how much money they raised and where they send it next! 3 3 a live look over.....on the other end of this break.....
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3 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) 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. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs 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. 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. 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
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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. ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) 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. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-15 mph.
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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 today: cloudy with pockets of drizzle and a few flurries possible before noon. highs 3 the green bay police department was one of several organizations that took part in no-shave november ...and they ended the month with a judging contest. the
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27-hundred dollars ...and that money will go the special olympics.male employees were encouraged to grow out a goatee or a beard.ladies could also particpate by wearing a 'thin blue line' extension in their hair. :31-:38 i'm really proud of the men and women who are here, and all the different things they do throughout the year to help special olympics and to help other charities at other events. 3 members had to contribute up to fifty dollars to participate. 3 3 stay close...your top stories
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i'm julie parise...drug take back mail in starts today.. ---and i'm kyle aevermannthe wi recount starts today..more details coming up. 3 good morning...thanks for joining us.it's thursday, december 1-st. 1-st.we'll get to your big stories of the day in two mintu. mintues..but frist we need to alk about the forecast!its starting to feel more like december...here's meteorologist justin thompson gee.. 3 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))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. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw

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