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good morning everyone. it's friday, december 2-nd.thanks for joining us! us!here's what we're working on this morning... the caledonia police department is welcoming its new member. and you might remember him.we introduced you to ?louie? before he took off for training. and now he;s ready to get to work. work. but before we get to that story and more... it was another cool night... lets see what we can expect weather wise today and into the weekend.here's meteoroligst justin thompson gee....with the latest forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz))) today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very seasonable when it comes to temperatures with highs in the upper 30s
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saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well. 3 3 morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.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. our top story at 5... there is a call for the milwaukee county sheriff to resign. resign.a county supervisor is
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explain the four deaths that recently happened inside the milwaukee county jail. cbs 58's julie parise is live at the jail...this morning.she joins us now with that story. supervisor supreme moore- okomunde says-the sheriff is more interested in making a name for himself across the country --than solving what he says is "terribly wrong" within the milwaukee coutny jail. okomunde says-the public should demand answers from sheriff david clarkefour people have died inside this jail in the last six months -- one of those deaths was a says-neither families....or public officials are being told what caused these deaths in fact-a report released by a court appoitned jail monitor shows-even he didnt get answers saying some deaths are missing autopsies and death summaries.okomunde says clarke is too detached from his job. accountability starts at the top. sherfif clarke has failed to establish a culture of professionalism. has failed to call for investigations when warranted and he had abdicated
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officers accountable for their actions or lack of action. 3 sheriff clarke did release a statement in response saying "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 potus." live at the milwaukee county jail im julie parise cbs 58 clarke has been a strong supporter of trump.. he was one of the speakers at this summers republic national convention.. and just visited trump tower in new york city earlier this week.. clarke is said to be on the short list to be named secretary of homeland security. we don't know if he actually met with the president-elect himself on monday.. or with the transition team 3 trump will nominate retired marine general james mattis for defense secretary.the decision came as trump kicked off his victory rally in cincinnati, ohio last night. during his remarks...the president-elect vowed to build a wall... bashed the media... and took jabs at hillary
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3 in just a few hours.. county clerks and tabulators across the state will be back at it again.... recounting thousands of ballots cast in the presidential election. cbs 58's kyle aevermann is live in waukesha county where officials still have not recounted a single vote. kyle? we're told crews were here until about midnight last night... and they'll be back at it again this morning. crews spent most of yesterday grouping the ballots by location - and checking to see theyve done is check absentee envelopes. once they finish this process theyll begin feeding these ballots through the same machines that counted them the first time. observers have been watching the whole process - lining the walls on the outside of the room. a candidate observer tells us theyve been running into tons of small issues - but nothing major.those issues include a number being off here or there - or a bubble not entirely filled in. every issue has to be run by a three member board
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is valid or not. rudy moore - candidate observer:05:00well it's going to be a very long process. the process is going slow. slower than i expected it to. so i think our biggest concern is are we gonna finish in time. county staff tells us they ?do? expect to be finished by the deadline on december 12th. coming up in our next half hour, we'll also explore how the counting is going in milwaukee county.live in waukesha. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. a recount in michigan is put on hold for now.... after president-elect trump filed an . objection.he argues a fourth place finisher-- jill stein of the green party-- can't be considered a potential victim of fraud... because she didn't have a chance of winning. stein called the court filing a "shameful" and "outrageous" attempt to undermine democracy. trump beat hillary clinton by nearly 11-thousand votes in michigan. 3 cbs 58 will continue to follow this story throughout the process both on air and online
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u-w madison's student government passed a resolution demanding the uw-system declare "sanctuary campuses". they'd be for students who entered the country illegally.. as minors. they want it made before president- elect donald trump's inauguration... saying trump may start deporting illegal immigrants.the resolution would mean campuses couldn't release certain information to immigration authorities. federal authorities also couldn't come on campus to arrest those students. 3 in an email to campus staff and students, u-w chancellor says the campus supports its international and undocumented students.the chancellor adds he's explored the possibility of declaring a 'sanctuary campus'..but says he doesn't have the federal authority to do so. looking ahead..a decision is expected today... on if statements made by a milwaukee woman-- accused in the brutal death of a west allis woman-- will be able to be used in cour. court.tiffany simmons has pleaded ?not guilty? to charges of first degree intentional homicide... hiding a corpse... and kidnapping. simmons is accused of choking
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may.then.. police say she and shanta pearson burned white's body... and dumped it in rural south dakota.white's charred remains were discovered nearly two weeks later. she was two months pregnant at the time of her murder. 3 so many questions remain in the death of 7-year-old trevion winningham.police say the little boy was brought to the hospital tuesday with serious injures and later died. died.four people have been arrested.. two women for phyiscal abuse of a child and two men for not doing anything to stop it.one of the women custody was convicted in 2003 of child neglect causing death, after a one-year-old boy in her care died. police say that boy was abused for nearly two weeks before his death. sot susan conwell, executive director of kids matter inc. 01;50;13 obviously it's devastating. i do think one of the real struggle's we're having in this community is that we're not always identifying escalation in abuse. i think the hardest part is when somebody has a history of abuse and then they abuse another child. 01;50;30
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get a lot better at preventing. preventing. the relationship between those arrested and trevion is not clear.cbs 58 is not naming the suspects because they have not been formally been charged. three police departments are using ?sports? to break down barriers between police and the community. community.it's called "one community"... and its the brainchild of retired officer and "cops and kids foundation" president-- bob kraemer.now the ?admirals? are getting involved with the mentor programs... treating children to hockey games this season. " for many it'll be the first hockey game before. and we think we'll be able to give them a good show. roscoe will be there, which y'know that makes it awesome right there. this is important to us. " " 3 'cops and kids' is also selling 3-dollar wristbands at several local businesses.the proceeds benefit the foundation's fishing, archery and bowling expeditions. we have more information on our website-- cbs 58 dot com...
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police dogs need a lot of training to be ready for suspects...and that means officer ?sometimes? need to act like criminals for that tra. training.it also means taking ?a lot? of bites in the name of preparation.coming up on the cbs 58 news at 10...tonight jacob kittilstad takes us to a training school for doggie decoy...and it's not always pretty. myles bradshaw / professional decoy19;19;08"if you're not nervous there's something you're not doing right. i've been doing it for a little while now and i even still get a little nervous especially i'm working a dog who hasn't been worked in a little while or is this a new dog that's pretty experienced and shows pretty good vigor and power." power." k9's and the officers they're trained to bite...coming up tonight...on the cbs 58 news at 10 o'clock. 3 there is a new officer on the job in caledonia. caledonia.k-9 louie and his handler are back from training in virginia. virginia.we first told you about louie earlier this year...when he still didnt have a name.now...the two year
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very first k-9 officer in the caledonia police department's history.good luck louie!! the ?first? free clinic in walworth county is celebrating ?four? years of serving uninsured people. open arms free clinic provides medical, vision and dental care. they also help people enroll in the health insurance marketplace. in four years... the clinic has provided care to nearly 2-thousand patients... and dispensed over a million dollars of life-saving medicine. 10:13:17 "we at the free clinic are a great recycling program. all of our medical equipment, exam tables, and medicine has been donated from hospital systems that are remodeling or redecorating. dental is the same. when any dentist is retiring or moving or upgrading their equipment, they call us first. if we need it, we'll take it." 3 the clinic does not receive any state or federal funding. they rely on grants and donations from the community. 3 open arms will celebrate another year at a fundraising event tonight... at the abbey resort in fontana. i will be
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clinic. for more information... go to our website-- cbs 58 dot com-- search "open arms free clinic." 3 still ahead...who's the biggest brewers fan of them all?if could be you...the new marketing campaign that could land your face on a billboard
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in national news... we're getting a new look of the devastation caused by wildfires in tennessee. these before-and-after images from digital-globe show what gatlinburg looks like before and after the fires. fires.the blazes scorched thousands of acres in the mountain resort area.some 700-buildings were burned in the county.at least 11 people were killed, and dozens more hurt.about 14-thousand people had to be evacuated from
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are searching for 70-people still reported as missing. 3 the football world is mourning the loss of a former nfl player...killed in a road rage incident in louisiana.joe mcknight was shot dead by 54- year-old ronald gasser yesterday...following an argument at an intersection in the new orleans suburb of terrytown.the 28-year-old played for once played the new york jets and the kansas city chiefs. 3 four middle school students and two adults are hurt.. after a private school bus crashed through a retaining home in the miami area. area.police say it happened when a car didn't stop at a stop sign.the bus driver swerved to avoid a crash with the car... but ended up crashing into the concrete wall outside the home.the six injured people were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. police say the car's driver will be cited. a 53-pound snapping turtle is recovering at a houston wildlife rehabilitation center ...after fire-rescue crews saved it from a drainage pipe. pipe.fire-rescue crews used a spreader to open the pipe enough to remove the
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to keep its head above water. the houston society for the prevention of cruelty to animals says the turtle is part of a threatened species known as alligator snapping turtles. 3 it's a house few can mistake... the home of the tanners from "full house"...and there will soon be new tenants-- the creator of full house.but... there are mixed feelings in the neighborhood about ?jeff franklin? purchasing this home. one major concern... that he won't be living here and might rent this place out to tourists. neighbors say tourists in the area as it is. toss to weather... 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
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today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very seasonable when it with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well. today: after some morning persistent
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with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph. tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph. weekend: very seasonable when it comes to temperatures with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well. 3
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roads are wet this navigate slowly around the interchanges.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way
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traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the 3 it seems downtown milwaukee is changing by the day.three ?billion? dollars worth of new development just since 2005... another one-point-three billion is underway right now. the northwestern mutual tower is a big one. it has a new sign.. 500 feet above the city. of the couture building-- a proposed 44-story skyscraper. it'll go up where the downtown transit center is being demolished right now. and the lincoln memorial re-design is finished... giving you a straight shot to the summerfest grounds and the third ward. 3 "bringing new investors, new property owners, which means new tenants and new residents in to downtown milwaukee." milwaukee." as for what's to come... officials say they can't reveal anything right now... but say "new surprises are
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new way to show off your brewers pride.the team is inviting fans to miller park today 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 from 3-6... and saturday from 9-am to noon. miller valley will be decked out in holiday spirit today.. the holiday lites display officially opens to the public. nearly 600-thousand lights ar there's also a beer keg tree-- made of 150 barrels... and 13- hundred feet of garland. it's the largest holiday light display of its kind in the midwest. you can see the lights fridays and saturdays through december 17th. the show runs every 20 minutes between 4-40 and 9 p.m. sometimes working behind the news desk can make you feel a little boxed-in. in.so the cbs 58 morning news crew took a trip to waukesha for a little adventure. 46:15-:25...(ring the bells
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down.) escape chambers in waukesha now has a fully functional santa's workshop. and the goal is to get yourself off the naughty list. but you need to do a little work before that can happen. singing...49:20...let it go. let it go...andy push ups...54:5 ups...54:55 so do we have enough reporter smarts to actually scratch ourselves off the naughty list? find out... coming up at 6. 3 still ahead..painting the town with holiday cheer.we'll show you how some students in idaho are getting into the holiday spirit...with a task that's
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stand back, ya hear! breakout the syrup because denny's new fluffier, tastier,
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in entertainment news.. lebron james is sports illustrated's 2016 sportsperson of the year. the magazine says they chose the cleveland cavaliers star for his historic performances across all sports. sports.this year james helped deliver the its first championship in a major sport since 1964... a promise he made when he returned to cleveland from miami in 2014.through the lebron james foundation, the four-time n-b-a m-v-p and 12-time all-star helps at risk children pursue higher education in his hometown of akron, ohio.this is the second time james has been named s-i's sportsperson of the year-- the last time in 2012.
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annual "critics choice awards" are in... and "la la land" leads the way. "city of stars, are you shining just for me?" me?" the musical romance received 12 nominations... including best picture, best director, best actor for ryan gosling.. and best actress for emma stone. 3 "harry potter and the cursed child" is apparating to broadway. rowling's theatrical play will open at new york's lyric theatre in the spring of 20-18. the london production of "cursed child" is sold out through february of that same year. ( 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
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today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very season with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well.
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roads are wet this morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.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 3 an army of sixth graders painted storefronts in kuna idaho this week -- to spread some holiday cheer ...for the fifth year in a row. row.close to 90 6th graders from reed elementary brought out the paint and christmas lights to help the city ring in the holidays.from snowmen to christmas trees... they are all painting to give back to the community. community.they call it operation decoration-- and it's been taking over kuna for five years now-- made
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year the kids are decorating more than 30 store fronts... with the theme "winter wonderland." 3 coming up at 5:30... freezin' for a reason.we'll tell you about the "cool" event in lake geneva... helping raise money for charity.
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now at 5:30 - the recount in wisconsin has started.why some
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supervisor is calling for sheriff david clarke to resign. live reports in just a couple of minutes. plus ...wet weather causing some slick spots on the roads this morning.justin has a look at the forecast before you head out today. 3 and we're getting a first look at milwaukee public markets' annual parade of gingerbread houses. we'll take you there.. live! 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads will be wet this morning so plan ahead...an update on your friday morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic. good morning.. and thanks for joining us...it's friday december 2nd. we have a lot coming up for you this morning... including-- including--a potential, new twist during your next tour of lambeau field. you might have a former packer tagging along with you.we'll explain coming up! 3 but first we're talking the wet conditions outside. tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist justin thompson gee... 3 ((30 seconds tz))
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persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very seasonable when it comes to temperatures with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase nd showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well. 3 our top story this morning ... the election recount is in full swing. county clerks and tabulators were busy recounting ballots yesterday... across the state. state. while most counties had no issues, in waukesha county things have gotten off to a very slow start. start.cbs 58's kyle aevermann
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with the latest. kyle? a slow start indeed. not a single vote was counted in the first 12 hours of the recount process yesterday. a candidate observer tells us theyve been running into tons of small issues - but nothing major.those issues include a number being off here or there - or a bubble not entirely filled in. every issue has to be run by a three member board - they rule whether that vote is valid or not. those issues though have meant delays.there have also been delays in milwaukee county.before th observer successfully petitioned the canvass board to publicly test every counting machine.while testing the machines... one came up with an error but it was fixed. there were also questions about absentee ballots. elections officials say the process is causing them to run behind schedule. mark kowalski?green party observer 13-17 "i brought up the objection why not test them all? we're here we're spending the money the time lets do it right."neil albrecht?director, milwaukee election commission 59-1:09 "it's been a little bit of a difficult day for everyone i'd say. because we're learning the process "
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waukesha tell us they ?do? expect to be finished by the deadline. the recount effort should resume this morning. you can actually watch the recount process here in waukesha on the county website.live in waukesha. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 the recount has to be done by 8 p-m december 12th 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 cb58 3 now to a developing story... should milwaukee county sheriff david clarke hand in his resignation?at least one county supervisor says yes. he's calling on sheriff clarke to provide answers to families who've lost loved ones inside the county jail.cbs 58's julie parise is live this morning with that story. julie? sheriff david clarke spent time traveling and making public appearances on behalf of president-elect donald trump and some people believe he's
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milwaukee county -- like the jail system. yesterday supervisor supreme moore- okomunde says clarke needs to step down. okomunde says-the public should demand answers from sheriff david clarkefour people have died inside this jail in the last six months -- one of those deaths was a newborn. the supervisor says-neither families....or public officials are being told what caused these deaths in fact-a report released by a court appoitned jail monitor shows-even he didnt get answers saying some deaths are summaries.okomunde says clarke is too detached from his job. we need answers we need to know why why are people dying inside our jails the sheriff has purview over our jails why dont the families have answers as to the details im sure it doesnt matter why you go to jail im sure youre not sent there to die die sheriff clarke did release a statement in response saying "supervisor who? that sounds
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science fiction comic book and he's upset that i helped donald j. trump get elected potus." live in milwaukee im jp cbs 58 a defendant in the deadly shooting of 5-year-old laylah peterson gets 65 years in prison. carl barrett junior was convicted of shooting into a home... killing layah as she sat on her grandfather's lap. the action so reckless that the prosecution argued he's a threat to the community. barrett's defense never had any real parents in his life ...and barrett himself went from apologizing to claiming his innocence. ""i know that you might thank that i'm guilty, because of the verdict. i don't agree with it. but at the end of the day, i'm guilty, and i'm sorry for their loss. that's all." all." 3 petersen's grandfather told the judge that follwing layah's murder... he suffered from so much stress that at one point he considered suicide. 3 a chemical spill at a downtown la crosse engineering lab caused an evacuation of the
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ammonium hydroxide was spilled at davy engineering yesterday. ammonium hydoxide is about 20 times ?stronger? than regular ammonia. the la crosse fire department says the spill created a toxic environment in the lab. employees were evacuated.. and streets were blocked off while emergency crews cleaned up the spill. 3 3 in news around the nation ... the death toll continues to rise in tennessee...following the largest wildfire to hit the state in a hundred years. at least 11 people have died...and there are still others unaccounted for.the inferno es hundreds of homes in the resort towns of gatlinburg and pigeon forge this week. 3 the football world is mourning the loss of a former n-f-l player...killed in a road rage incident in louisiana. joe mcknight was shot dead by 54-year-old ronald gasser yesterday... following an argument at an intersection in the new orleans suburb of terrytown. the 28-year-old played for the new york jets and the kansas city chiefs... during his n-f-l career. 3 3
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((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very seasonable when it with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces.
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possible as well. today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph. tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph. weekend: very seasonable when it comes to temperatures with s saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as
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3 roads are wet this morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.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 exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at lincoln ave.a reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until spring 2017. this will have an impact on your morning drive.drivers will want use the following detours. watertown plank rd to
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kate tubing on lake geneva 3 this is me- braving the cold waters of lake geneva last december college scholarships and pancreatic cancer reasearch. the event is back this weekend at gage marine in william's bay. new this year-- "freezin' for a reason" raises money for the "santa cause super charity"... which supports the "12 charities of christmas" in walworth county. we'll put a link to more information on our website-- cbs 58 dot com. freezin for a reason is tomorrow from 11 to 4 at pier 290-- part of gage marine-- in
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- water is 15 degrees warmer than last year, so participants have it easy this year! you can now take a tour of lambeau field... with a packers alumnus! alumnus!the tours are similar to the classic stadium tour route... but packers alumni will be on the tour, telling stories, giving insights and their perspective of playing with the green and gold.the first tour is today... and there are two more scheduled
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are 59 dollars... but if you want to go... there are a limited number of tickets available. a big holiday donation for the boys and girls club. miejer dropped off more than five-thousand toys to bayshore town center in glendale yesterday.next weekend, each toy will be wrapped-- then given to local kids whose parents may not be able to provide one for them. 4:01:55-02:10 all of the toys will be going to our 43 club sites throughout the city, each one of those clubs has a holiday party and give those gifts to the kids a lot of fun, the kids have a blast ensure each one of our members has a gift to open this holiday season. season. 3 the boys and girls club is still looking for a little help paying for the holiday parties.we have details on our website cbs 58 dot com. 3 still ahead ... milwaukee's third ward is getting "decked out" for the holidays ... ...it's for the annual "christmas in the ward." event. we'll see what's in store for the third ward come
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in your moneywatch ... proposed legislation would force wells fargo to face its victims of fake accounts in court.two congressional lawmakers introduced a bill yesterday ...that would prevent wells fargo from using fine print buried in customer action lawsuits.the fine print requires customers to resolve their claims in closed-door arbitration instead of open court. wells fargo declined to comment on the new bill. 3 all it takes is a single search warrant...and federal agents can search millions of americans' computers and cell phones.a bi-partisan group of senators tried to stop the rule from taking effect...but republican senate leaders denied their requests for a vote. the justice department says the updated rule is needed to help them investigate and track down
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milwaukee's third ward gets "decked out" for the holidays this weekend.... for the annual "christmas in the ward." ward."you'll find plenty of christmas music, food, shopping, and even fireworks... starting this evening.one of the big focal points will be at the public market. jill nickerson-- the culinary director at the market-- joins us now to tell us more! jill, i hear gingerbread houses have taken over the market??
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how many matc gingerbread
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i understand people can bid on them. where do the proces from the sales go? go? the public can get involved. tell us a little more about the "build your own gingerbread house" class your offering... what other classes are happening at the market during
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we have a rundown of what you can expect at "christmas in the ward" on our website...cbs58.com. just click on the red news links tab on the homepage. you could also find some deep discounts to some of your favorite stores in the third ward by going to this link as well. 3 3 coming up!for the final time ...president obama and his family officially light the national christmas tree. 3 before we head to break...are you sending gifts this holiday season?if you want your package to arrive by christmas eve...you have until december 15th for ground shipping. december 20th is your deadline for first-class mail.the 21st with priority mail.and you
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using priority mail express. for military mail... there's another list of deadlines.... including one today! ther's a link right now at cbs 58 dot com... click newslinks! 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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new l-e-d technology to il unveiled to the public yesterday. e four million dollar project was displayed during a ceremony that showed off the enormous waterfall in display of colors.the niagara falls illumination board undertook the project as part of its ongoing role supporting the popular tourist destination.these were e first lighting upgrades to than 20 years ...and will e provide twice the previous lighting levels and more robust color options. 3 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??))
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3today: aer some morning rsistent drizzle we start to dry out with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.tonight: partly cloudy with lows close to average in the middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.weekend: very seasonable when it comes to temperatures with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well. today: after some morning persistent drizzle we start to dry ou with a little sun possible. seasonable highs in the upper 30s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.
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middle 20s. wind: nw 5-10 mph. weekend: very seasonablen it comes to temperatures with highs in the upper 30s both saturday and sunday. a mix of sun and clouds on saturday staying dry before clouds increase and snow arrives on sunday. light snow showers possible form 7 am to 7 pm with most places picking up around 1" of snow, especially on grassy surfaces. some light road accumulation possible as well.
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49-1:02okay lets go? 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. merry christmas everybody! cheering cheering 3 the obamas continued a holiday tradition.the lighting of the
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the red and green in our nation's capitol last night. the president compared the tradition to the turkey pardon. (president obama) this one is easier because a tree does not move, it does not gobble, you just push a button and it's electrified --which is exactly what you don't want to happen at a turkey pardon. (laughs) i thought that was funny michelle. 3 the national christs tradition for more than 90 years. 3 3 3 stay close...your top stories are coming up at the top of
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good morning... today is friday, december 2-nd.thanks for joining us! us!here's what we're working on this morning...cbs 58's julie parise is live at the milwaukee county jail... jail... where four deaths there ...have sparked a call for sherriff david clarke to resign.kyle aevermann will have an update on the presidential recount.justin thompson gee is tracking some colder weathe...possibly snow. the roads.... this morning... morning...let's head over to andy brovelli....with a check of your morning commuteandy? 3 roads are wet this morningwatch the turns and navigate slowly around the interchanges.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way 3 3

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