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we'll see you next time. a massive statewide recount underway...paid for the green pary's jill stein. stein.some counties have opted to recount by hand while others are using the same machines that counted ballots the first time. time.we've got live team coverage on the recount...mandy is waukesha county where things got a bit of a delayed start. we'll begin ho milwaukee county...which has the most ballots to recount. 3 the recount is happening in this warehouseit belongs to the city of milwaukee county-wide there are more than 440-thousand ballots to get through and they need to be done by december 12th.green party presidential candidate jill stein wants a hand recount but milwaukee county is recounting with machines.
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observer successfully petitioned the canvass board to publicly test every counting machine before the recount got started.also one city of milwaukee machine was found to have a scanner issue. right now election officials say milwaukee county's they're running a little behind schedule. 3 3 "well we got off to a bit of a slow start this morning but things are progressing well. and we may not finish a quickly today as we had originally anticipated but we'll get the job done." done." 3 workers and observers representing republicans democrats and greens.live in milwaukee county david ade cbs 58 news 3 our live team coverage continues now with cbs 58's amanda devoe live in waukesha county...where things got a bit a of a late start today...amanda. despite the late start... poll workers are inside working as we speak to make sure every
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the recount process got started around noon, after poll workers went over rules and regulations for a few hours. workers here on waukesha are counting ballots by hand, with poll observers watching over them. they' started with absentee ballots this morning, and plan on recounting in-person absentee votes next...and then votes that were cast on election day. officials say the late start was to ensure that staff knew every aspect of the process. they also want to ensure voters that they're vote will be counted properly. "it's a learning process. it's the first time i've done it. a lot of people, it's the first time for them also. it's a learning process and we're doing fine. it's not going to be as quickly as we thought, but everyone's learning." learning." a new set of workers will arrive at four thirty and will continue counting votes until midnight and start again
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is counted. live in waukesha. ad cbs 58 news. ozaukee county is one of 47 counties doing the recount by hand.cbs 58's kyle aaverman takes a look. so far so good. the recount happening in the lower level of the administration building. about 15 tabulators were on hand as the count began this morning. morning."ok the first reporting unit we are going to do is the town of belgium. wards one through three." three."ozaukee county is one of 47 counties to do the recount by hand.the process starts by counting the number absentee and traditional ballots and making sure the numbers match with what was recorded on election day.the ballots are then split and counted for each of the presidential candidates.up first this morning was the town of belgium. there was a discrepancy in the number of ballots by one...but when all was said in done, the number of votes for both president elect trump and hillary clinton remained the same.the room was also filled with a
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campaigns. the are free to ask questions along the way and observe what the tabulators are doing close up. up.ozaukee county had more than 54 and a half thousand ballots cast. the county clerks expects they will be hand counting those ballots until the deadline of 8pm thrusday. 3 so here's how this process is going to play out...the recount got underway today. it has to be done by december 12th by eight p-m. certification of those results will take place the following day. 3 and cbs 58 will continue to follow this story throughout the process both on air and online at cbs 58 dot com. the final defendant in the fatal shoting of little laylah petersen has been sent away..for 65 years. cbs 58's julie parise on why carl barrett's apology rang hollow for the victim's family. 3 today in court the state went for the heart strings - making an emotional plea for barrett
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that anyone so reckless as to shoot at a home and kill an innocent 5 year old girl is a dangerous threat to the community. she painted barrett as an antisocial, emotionless man. the defense argued that the shooting was not a targeted murder - and that barrett was at the time , a reckless teenager. his lawyer also described his upbringing without a mother or a father figure in his life. petersen's family said that sin ce the little girl's death, everyone's physical and emotional being has suffered. "my health has detoriated so much that i can't work it got so bad that i was sitting at homethat i had a pistol in my mouth" "im sorry for the family, the loss of the daughter and the grandchild. i know how it feels to lose a family member, though it may
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still feel your pain" pain"barrett is 21 years old - so after serving his complete sentence, he will be 86 years old. chief meterologist drew burgoyne joins us now to get you ready for your evening...drew. tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-10 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 peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a
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some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-10 mph. 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 peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a cloudy sky on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces.
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you don't follow winter parking rules. rules."we want people to be able to avoid citations we want to them to abide by the rules, we want them to have the right information so they can just follow the rules so we can all be happy, healthy and safe." safe." winter parking regulations began at sunrise.dpw says its your responsibility to get educated..check out its website..read the street signs..check out what your neighbors are doing.better yet get notifications sent to your phone.we've got more on our website cbs 58 dot com. 3 president-elect donald trump is celebrating his success in keeping about a thousand jobs from moving to mexico. cbs 58's kenneth craig reports on trump's visit to carrier in indianapolis. president-elect donald trump got a tour of the factory where he brokered a deal to keep about one thousand jobs in america.then he rallied with some of the workers around the plant. plant."companies are not going
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anymore without consequences." according to fortune - mr. trump personally called greg hayes - ceo of carrier's parent company united technologies - and promised corporate tax-rate reductions which would "dwarf" the 65 million a year the company would have saved through outsourcing to mexico. carrier announced it was closing the plant in february.natsmr. trump often carrier in his campaign speeches and pledged to make it harder for the company to leave if he became president. president."he stood up for us from the get-go. nobody else would. he stood up for us and made good on his promise."for the workers and their families - the announcement is a big relief."how big of a deal is this for you that carrier is now staying here?" here?""it's very big, it's exciting news. just last week we was still sitting down thinking 'what are we going to
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news. while a thousand jobs will be saved...not everyone will be kept on. on."now it's just coils and furnaces, but the coils are going to mexico."hundreds of jobs are still expected to be outsourced.kenneth craig, cbs news, indianapolis. the pilot of the plane carrying a cinderella soccer team to a championship game reported a "total failure" in the moments before the crash. crash.radio transmissions so reported the plane out of fuel and they begged for help to find a runway...only to realize they were still eight miles aways from the airport in medellin, colombia. investigators say no fuel was found at the crash site. only six survivors, one who says he braced himself with a bag and stayed in the fetal position. 3 coming up...a new effort to bridge relationships between young people in the community and police. 3 and some hopeful college students are now learning they've been accepted to uw-
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?snapchat?...we'll explain after the break. plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return with your full readycast...stay tuned.
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time now for our stories. a chance to shine on light of homegrown efforts to bring people together and give us all a complete perspective of the place we call home.this afternoon the cops and kids foundation teaming up with the admirals hockey team for "one c. community".man: there's been a lot opf tension between members of the community and law enforcement." enforcement." retired officer bob kramer announing a new wristband being sold for three dollars locally with the money going to the programs, including cops and bobbers which we've reported on over the years.waukesha and wauwatosa police departments says it's made a big difference for officers looking to connect with the kids in the neighborhoods they patrol.now there are plans to expand into milwaukee. 3 maybe they get lucky catch a fish. maybe it's a little fish, but to that kid, it's the biggest fish they've ever seen and its a police officer there to tell them congratulati. congratulations. .:as a 25 year veteran, there's nothing better than a youth recoginzing you on the
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for them 22 years ago." ago." the admirals planning on treating many of the children who come through the program to a free hockey game this season in addition to writing a check. the wristbands are available for purchase at various business locations but also on the cops and kids foundation website. i've got a link on our website at cbs 58 dot com just click on the newslinks section. 3 more than 5-thousand toys arrived at bayshore town center in glendale. all of them donated by meijer to the boys and girls club. next weekend each toy will be wrapped and then sent off to any of the 43 clubs in the milwaukee area. each club hosts a christmas party...where each member of the boys and girls club will get to open their own gift. "a lot of our families don't neccessarily have the budget flexibility to make sure their kids are going to have enough toys this holiday season and meijier is a family company, understands that and they're happy to provie for our familie" families." the boys and girls club is stillooking for a little help paying for the holiday parties......we've got details
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uw-green bay is letting incoming students know they've been accepted...on snap chat! chat!the university is still sending out the traditional acceptance letter. but now...they're also sending them a snap on the popular social media platform to let them know they're in...even faster. 3 "they would definitely get a snap before they'd get their mail packet. students get the snaps pretty immediately because it's a place where they are they spend a lot of time there."// //"students love snapchat. the age group that we're looking to really connect with, they time." the school says it's able to see when a student opens their acceptance message...and so far the response from admitted students is enthusiastic. 3 your full readycast with chief meterologist drew burgoyne is
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? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook.
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entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift
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severe weather slammed the carolinas overnight. it's the latest in a series of violent storms ripping through the south. heavy wind brought down trees, snapped power lines and clos roads in south carolina. , more than a dozen confirmed tornadoes hit louisiana, mississippi, tennessee and alabama in a little more than 24 hours. at least five le dozens more are hurt. and still....a tornado watch remains in effect across much of the southeast. the storms hit just as crews in tennessee were containing a deadly wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses in two resort towns. 3
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tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-10 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 30 some peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a cloudy sky on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3
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temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-10 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 peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a cloudy sn snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3
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3 the miller valley will light up for the holidays starting tomorrow night...a live guest in studio next to talk about
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shouldn't knee and ankle supports comfortably fit your knees and ankles? dr. scholl's new custom fit wellness center measures your leg in 3d... ...and recommends our custom-fit support that's right for you. new dr. scholl's custom fit ankle and knee supports. find the nearest kiosk at drscholls.com. we are looking ahead this afternoon to the kick-off of the millercoors holiday lights display in the miller valley. i'm joined in studio this afternoon the community affairs manager
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3 here are the details...the holiday lights display kicks off tomorrow night. it will run every twenty minutes and friday and saturday nights until december 17th. visirs are donation for toys for tots or a non-perishable food item for hunger task force. we've got more on our website cbs 58 dot com and be sure to share your photos on our cbs 58 facebook page. tami, thank you for joining us. 3 a milwaukee landmark officially back open and ready for visitors...we'll take you to the grand reopening
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3 and one milwaukee county offical now calling for sheriff clarke's job...over the recent deaths at thjail. 3 and...we're learning more about the 7-year-old boy killed in a suspected homicide in milwaukee...the latest after the break. 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up as the cbs 58 news at four
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new today at four --- a
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supervisor...calling for the immediate resignation of sheriff david clarke. clarke.this after four deaths at the milwaukee county jail...including a newborn. newborn.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad us live in the newsroom. this call for resignation is coming from milwaukee county's 10th district supervisor... that's supervisor supreme moore omokunde. he says ?because? sheriff david clarke is responsible for the operations at the milwaukee county jail...the sheriff should resign because four people have died there in a six months period.supervisor omokunde says something is terribly wrong sheriff clarke should resign before more people die.here's a quote from a press release. quote: supervisor supreme moore omokunde / district 10"media reports and the statements of witnesses indicate that at least three of the deaths appear to have occurred as a result of actions or inaction by sheriff clarke's corrections officers. yet not a single officer has been disciplined, and sheriff clarke remains silent. this is totally unacceptable." we have reached out to sheriff clarke to see if he has a response to this call.in addition...as they've
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repeated requests for more information on all of these recent deaths at the jail but so far they haven't gone past the basic details.live in the newsroom...jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. 3 relatives have taken to social media to express their grief after the suspected homicide of a seven year old milwaukee boy.four people have been arrested but how exactly the boy met his fate is under police seal.. with the m-e's office barred from releasing the details. details.cbs 58's lindsey branwall hee this and joins us now live. lindsey. we now know trevion winningham was the 7-year-old that died on tuesday. we spoke with trevion's aunt today. she says the family has "so many unanswered questions" and wonders how someone could hurt a child. you may remember, someone brought trevion to the hospital on tuesday with numerous injuries. he died a few hours later. that day, police
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yesterday they arrested two more people in the case...both men, for failing to stop the abuse. it's unclear the relationship between the child and the four people in custody. a neighbor says the two women hadn't lived there very long. 3 3 "you see it all the time on the news, i see it all the time on the news. not only here but all over the world but for it to be 20-30 feet away from my front door that's just unreal." unreal." the district attorney's office has received the police report. it's reviewing the case, and say there's a lot of information for prosecutors to ingest, so charges likely won't be issued today. reporting live... chief meterologist drew burgoyne joins us now to get you ready for your
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3 tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 5-10 mph. friday: drying out with some pockets of sunshine. highs in the upper 30s. wind: w 5-10
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saturday and sunday with highs in the upper 30s. some peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a cloudy sky on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. an early christmas gift for lovers of the mitchell park domes..free entry until five tonight for the grand reopening after structural problems shuttered them for a time.. cbs 58 morning anchor mike curcov on the challenge in the new year to figure out
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its a pretty festive mood here at the domes as we listen to david hb drake playing some christmas music right now.all day long you can come back to the mitchell park domes for free.nats natscounty and state officials 'cut the flowers' for the grand reopening of the domes today. the domes have been open again for about a month opening.the show dome features the "not a creature was stirring" holiday floral show. you almost dont even notice the protective netting all around the dome. thats the very temporary fix installed to protect visitors from concrete that was seen falling from the roof earlier this year. year..."people were kind of down in the dumps for a while about this a lot of negative thoughts and worries about what's gonna happen next everybody's committed to this."
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county board allocated that brought about today's the repairs that are unveiled today it's a temporary fix it's not this does not get us to the next 20 or 50 years so there's more work to be done to make sure that this is not that were not just commemorating a historic building but that in fact it has a bright future." future."while the county and the people figure out what to do next, they want you to come here and enjoy the domes and the park. you can do it for free today until five.we have link to mitchell park domes survey at http://cbs58.com so you can let the board here know what you would like done here in the long term.at the mitchell park domes, mike curkov cbs58. 3 time now for what's up with walsh... major league baseball has corrected what some call a huge mistake. mistake.the league and the players association verbally agreed to a new collective barganing contract last night. part of that deal...the all-star game will no longer determine who gets home field advantage in the world series. instead home field will go to the team that had the best regular season record. you remember how all of this started... the 2002 all-star game ended in a tie after each side exhausted their
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to make the all-star game "mean" something... but critics have railed against selig's call for more than a decade... saying it was absurd to give a team an advantage in the world series because of the results of one game in the middle of the summer. a cyber security firm reports more than a million google accounts have been hacked. check point software says they traced malware named "gooligan" back to dozens of malicious apps installed on android phones. once the app is on the phone -- "gooligan" n gmail, google photos, and google docs. 3 that's not t only problem for android users...the malicious apps could also get access to your sensitive personal informaiton. the malware installs malicious advertising software that tracks users. google says it has blocked 150-thousand of the apps. and is warning customers to not download any app they're unsure about. a new survey from "triple-a" found most drivers don't trust the people at auto repair shops...and often feel like
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those feelings are legitimate. nick lam-wagoner spends a lot of time and money upgrading his ride. "there a ford racing that's been recalibrated"he doesn't trust repairs to just a. anyone."it's usually by referral and even then when i meet them i gotta see if i like their vibe, we chat a little bit, kind of feel them out and make sure there's not, y'know, something shady going on."for many drivers, finding a trusted a new survey by triple a found two out of three drivers don't trust auto repair shops in general. among those surveyed...76 percent believe repair shops recommend unnecessary services and 73 percent believe mechanics overcharge for work.many drivers also worry the work won't be done correctly. correctly."but on the other hand, the survey also found that a majority of the drivers had found a trusted mechanic so even though in general they don't trust repair services or
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mechanic."triple a's survey found age is a factor in whether drivers trust repair shops. older drivers are more trusting than younger drivers. "older drivers have had more experiences with repairs and they've been taking vehicles to repair shops for a much longer time than younger drivers have."triple a suggests doing some research and asking for recommendations from family and friends before committing to a repair shop."i do have a lot of friends calling and saying 'is this a good price, or is this necessary..."a quick call like money. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. 3 a new effort to slow the opioid epidemic in our area is as easy as going to your mailbox...we'll explain in your health watch. 3 and a deal struck to slow oil produciton could mean higher prices at the gas pump... 3 plus...the oldest living person to surivive the attack on pearl harbor is making the journey back to hawaii to recognize the 75th anniversary...that veterans
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today the city of milwaukee entered into a partnership with c-v-s to try and get a handle on the opiod edpidemic in our area. area.a drug mail back program is now available for people who have unwanted or unused drugs in their medecine cabinet. the hope is it will keep drugs out of the water ways and out the hands of addicts. "unfortunatley many of the entryway for young people to get to these drugs has been thru their parents or with this wonderful initiative program i believe we will be saving a countless number of li" lives." milwaukee county is on pace for record-setting year of opioid overdose deaths.. deaths..according to the medical college of wisconsin...191 people have died of heroin and opioid overdoses through septmeber of this year...that number could hit 250. it was 176 last year. new evidence that aspirin can
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daily low dose aspirin can help seniors reduce the risk of a heart attack and prevent some cancers. still...millions of amicans who could benefit from a daily dose of asprin...don't take it. the study's author specualtes why... "when you have a drug that costs several dollars a year, nobody is gonna spend money marketing it, we don't percieve value it in but the data are clearly there, when we talk about health care reform this is real health refo" reform." if people aged 50 and older starting taking a daily low dose of asprin...it's believes some 900-thousand deaths could be prevented over the next 20 years.not to mention a avings of 692- billion dollars in medical bills. it's time to deck the halls. but some of your holiday decorations can become dangerous. cnn's mary moloney breaks down the holiday hazards and has tips from the consumer product safety commission. the commission warns two holiday staples -- candles and trees -- can cause fire risks. look at this menorah.candles
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other fabric -- can cause fire in seconds. seconds."we never want to see unattended candles or candles that are too close to a tree or to any decorations or of course a tree too close to any type of radiator or heat source."not watering a christmas tree -- also poses a danger.especially if it is decorated with lights."you want to make sure that there are no exposed wires. any of the sockets that are not in properly. anything that looks funny about the lights, just throw them out and get a new one. get a new set."watch what happens with a simple spark on a dry e. cause the tree to burn -- but within 30 seconds -- the fire could spread throughout your house.also -- parents be mindful of young kids.place small ornaments out of their reach -- so children don't put them in their mouths .and keep an eye on fragile or glass decorations.breaks can cause cuts and scratches.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. opec reached a deal to cut oil production by one point two million barrels a day...which could mean prices at the pump are going up.
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lower prices. it's the first time in 15 years the oil cartel and non-member russia have acted together. oil prices shot up by eight percent following news of the deal. expect rising prices in the coming weeks. 3 a new report from the commerce department shows some sure signof the economy improving. personal income rose by point-six percent last month. and consumer spending -- which makes up 70 percent of the u=s economy --rose slightly. 3 a strengthening economy makes an interest rate hike pushed up mortgage interest rates. mortgage applications plunged more than nine-percent last week.. compared to the week before.new home purchases are still strong...but fewer people are applying to refinance. 3 a bit of a mixed bag on wall street today...the dow is up 68. but the nasdaq dropped over 72 points. the s and p also fell nearly eight. the oldest known survivor of the attack on pearl harbor will return to hawaii this weekend to commemorate its
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community. cbs' danielle nottingham reports from san diego, california. as the first bombs fell on the uss arizona in pearl harbor, then seaman first class ray chavez had just finished a shift sweeping for mines. he rushed over to help. help."all the harbor was on fire, all the ships were smoking black smoke because the japanese had torpedoed and bombed"more than 2400 americs 104 years old, chavez is known as the oldest living survivor of the attack. the veteran didn't talk about what he witnessed until 50 years later. "i saw all the men that were lost and all the ships that were sunk" sunk""today, chavez has not lost his fighting spirit. three years ago, at 101 years old, he decided to come to this gym" chavez weighed just 93 pounds and after six months
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trainer sean thompson, he gained 20 pounds of muscle."he stretches me and pulls me and turns me around and oh my gosh it's great"chavez's determination inspired the gym and local rotary club to raise 13-thousand dollars to send chavez, his daughter and thompson to hawaii to attend the pearl harbor 75th anniversary cermonies on wednesday."i'm very proud to serve and help and quite a few people tell me that i inspire them being able to do these exercises and other things" chavez knows this may be his last trip back and he only has one request. to go to a luau. danielle nottingham, cbs news, san diego. 3 your full readycast with chief meterologist drew burgoyne is
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3 3 tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing 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 peeks of sunshine
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cloudy sky on sunday. light snow is likely on sunday with some light accumulation possible, especially on grassy surfaces. 3 tonight: mostly cloudy. temperatures below freezing around 300. wind: nw 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 highin the upper 30s. some peeks of sunshine possible on saturday with a cloudy sky on sunday. light
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an update now to jacob kittilstad's story earlier in the show...sheriff david clarke now has a response to supervisor supreme moore omokunde calling for his resignation here it is..."supervisor who? that sounds like some character in a science fiction comic book and he's upset that i helped donald j. trump get elected
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? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema
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don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift
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"four tickets to green bay. we;re going to lambeau field.' field.'a family fights to make a packer fan's last wish come true.....his story is just ahea. ahead.but tonight's top story.... 3 "we have basically 13 days, with an absolute deadline, no possibility of an extension to get this dome." and so it begins...wisconsin's recount of the presidential election votes is underway....and the clock is ticking. 3 good evening. the deadline is december 12th. nearly 3 million ballots cast in wisconsin on november 8th, will have to be re-counted by t. then.county clerks all over wisconsin have been assembling their staff and any volunteers they can recruit. recruit.cbs 58 has team coverage of day one....we begin with david ade, who's live at the milwaukee county
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day one of the recount is in overtime here at the milwaukee election commission ware house. with more than 440-thousand ballots to count and less than two weeks there's not a lot of room for delays. it's a machine recount in milwaukee county.nat- the first ballot went through around 12-30. little bit of a slow start this morning." an observer challened how machines are publicly tested "i brought up the objection why not test them all? we're here we're spending the money the time lets do it right." one of the machine came up with an error "i think it was a little piece of paper or something that got stuck on one of the sensors. it was easy for us to fix." municipal clerks had questions about absentee ballots -nat- a lot of people are learning today the recount is not a
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arduous process." each milwaukee county suburb has its day to count all of its ballots.there is no hard stop time here "if that takes us to five six eight we will get it done." the city of milwaukee is separate and has to recount more than half of all the ballots cast in milwaukee county the city will keep counting until decemer 12th. "it's been a little bit of a difficult day for everyone i'd say. because we're learning the process and so tomorrow we'll start fresh." there are also representatives from the republican democratic and green parties hereall watching over the process.live.... 3 they're recounting the votes by hand in ozaukee county. that work began this morning in port washington. earlier this week a judge ruled that counties have the option of using machines or doing a hand . count.cbs 58 is also watching

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