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see you next time. more counties say "they're done" with the presidential recount in wisconsin.several of them right in our own backya. backyard. so have the results of the election changed? changed?cbs 58's jocelyne pruna joins us live in the newsroom with the latest on the recount...jocelyne. we enter day 6 of the recount process and it's still going as planned.a spokesman for they haven't seen any major problems. statewide-- approximately 1.75 million votes of the almost 3 million have been recounted. all of the counties you see here in yellow are done with the process.in our area, that includes dodge, ozaukee, walworth, washington and sheboygan counties. it seems like donald trump has picked up some votes.... most mistakes have been because of human error.in ozaukee county for example--- trump gained 29 votes in one
sheboygan county-- a total 26 votes were added to the city of plymouth because of human error. in walworth county-- there was an increase of 10 total votes-- they blame ballot jams on election day. counties have until december 12th to finish the recount. the electoral college is expected to vote on december 19th. live in the newsroom, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. 3 michigan is now in its second day of the recount after a judge ordered it to move forward. today it expanded into the largest county which president-elect donald trump narrowly defeated hillary clinton in michigan by fewer than ten-thousand votes. 3 three central florida voters are suing for a recount in their state. the voters claim that hillary clinton...not donald trump won florida. they say malfunctioning machines and hacking skewed the results. the're demanding a hand recount of every paper ballot.a recount in pennsylivania is also awaiting action in federal court. a fake news story regarding the recount in waukesha county caused major confusion this
officials want people to know that the stories about fraud are ?not true?. true?.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live outside the administrative building...as the recount continues. jacob? if you search waukesha on facebook or twitter you'll see pretty much a solid block of people sharing the fake news...accusing election officials of double-counting votes for donald trump. the stories from the blog "the palmer report" have been shared close to 40- times and...election officials say...it's just untrue.> the story is based on a unverified facebook post and nothing more - no contact with anyone involved with any campaign.> so although their accusing massive trickery - the fact is...when you're in the room...the process is moving very smoothly.> in addition, commission has not received any complaints or evidence that would support the claims of double-counted votes for anyone. 3 "then you have the high speed machines that not only move
it's even more difficult to try to make an extra box of ballots that people are accusing of showing up somewher" somewhere." that machine is moving things along faster for the people involved in the recount.as far as a timeline though...the best i've heard is that they will finish in waukesha county by the deadline: 8 pm november 12.live in waukesha jk 58 the family of jay anderson resting their hopes on a federal investigation..as the debate continues over what the dash cam video really shows. shows.i've watched that video at least 20 times, in slowmotion, forward, backward, frame by frame. i could take all the time i needed. the police officer had less than 1second to make the decision. decision.
officer was justified in using deadly force after anderson appeared to lunge for a gun..found in his car that was parked after hours in madison park.his family says to them it looks like he was sleepy from drinking and leaning over. "he was inebirated, he was asleep and he was going down, not lunging, if he was lunging, that's where his body would've fell that way, he got killed sitting up." up." 3 civil attorney, the well known jonathan safran..who says he's hoping to meet with the u-s attorney's office.now that the officer is cleared, he will return to duty soon, but the chief of wauwatosa is not giving a specific date. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3
new at four --- milwaukee police went searching for a homicide suspect...and up in a standoff for hours. hours.police say they went to 13th and burleigh to check for a wanted homicide suspect at eleven this morning. when they got there the people in the house refused to come out. negotiators had to be brought in. a 19-year-old man eventually surrendered. also new at four --- marquette issuing a warning to students after a robbery at the jimmy john's near campus last night. night.milwaukee police released this surveillance video of the guy robbing the store on west wells street. he came in around 10:30...implied he had a gun in his pocket and
police say a few minutes earlier he tried to rob "real chili" downtown. but the cashier refused to give up any money. if you recognize this man you're asked to call milwaukee police at 414-935- 7360. west allis firefighters freed a man from the wreckage of a crash between a semi and a car in greenfield. greenfield.it happened around 5 this morning at 108th and morgan in greenfield.traffic tied up for hours.the wisconsin state patrol helping greenfield police investigate. the man who was cut form hthearound 5-15 a 33-year-old man from greenfild crashed into the semi on 108th and morgan. the man who was cut from the car is in the hospital.no word on a condition.the truck driver is cooperating with investigators. 3 a driver lost control and hit the front of a house in west allis last night near 60th and orchard. the homeowner was there sleeping when it happened...and wasn't hurt. police are investigating but right now they do not believe alcohol was a factor. 3 coming up --- lawmakers battling over transportation
the state doesn't have enough money to pay for roads...and now some republicans are at odds on how to come up with the money. money.cbs 58's david ade joins us live from madison with the story...david. it's republican leaders in the assemblythey say governor scott walker's plan would cost taxpayers more in the long-run and delay projects. like the zoo interchange. today an assembly c department of transportation secretarymark gottelib about his agency's budget propsal. gottlieb confims aging roads won't be updated and says the proposal is a result of walker saying he wants no tax increases.... instead prefering to borrow. assembly majority leader jim steineke and other top assembly republicans don't like this budget proposal.they want to see roads being fixed now and want to pay for it now. possibly with a gas tax increase or with tolls.
quarreled over amongst ourselves. but i don't think it's unhealthy i think it's a natural part of the process. i think it's good to have different perspectives." 3 a few republican senators made it clear yesterday they don't believe a gas tax hike is the right call saying wisconsin's gas tax is already one of the highest in the country.this battle could go on for months as legislators work on the state's next budget.live madisondavid ade.. cbs 58 news. more wisconsin news now...the mayor of green bay has been sentenced after pleading guilty to election finance fraud charges. charges.i was often in a hurry to get my finance reports completed, i did not fully understand the campaign finance laws, and i should have had an accountant or an attorney handle my campaign bookkeeping and reports. reports. a county judge sentenced mayor jim schmitt to pay a
work 40 hours of community service. schmitt says he intends to remain in office. even though he's guilty of accepting more than eleven- thousand dollars in illegal contributions. now to the latest in the deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. the search for bodies is coming to a close...but the criminal investigation is just beginning. cbs' danielle nottingham has the latest. crews have now searched most of the warehouse that was the site of a deadly fire friday night. one small section still needs to be secured before workers can finish combing th building. we're going to continue the process until absolutely every piece of debris is removed from this building. every area of the area has been searched. the manager of the warehouse called the ghost ship - derick almena [al-menah] was spotted at the site early tuesday morning apologizing for the tragedy.artists say he charged them rent to live in the unpermitted space despite potential hazards. hazards.officials dont expect to find more victims in the
investigation of the fire is underway.it's unclear how the ferocious fire started. but they do know the cluttered living space helped fuel the flames. records show numerous complaints and violations including "illegal interior building structure" and a "ton of garbage piling up."a makeshift memorial nearby continues to grow this is your first time seeing it since the fire?yes, this is the first time back to this are. area.this area. area.this is just really upsetting for a lot of us. re j grieving community is trying to come to terms with the loss. danielle nottingham, cbs news, oakland, california. 3 hundreds gathered last night for a vigil to remember the victims lost in the devestating fire. friends and family yelled out the names of the 36 people who perished. the youngest victim now identified as the son of a sheriff's deputy...who was just 17-year-old. "to imagine the loss of your 17-year-old son is horrifying."
i call the soul of oakland which is our artists and our mu" musicians." some family members say victims sent out final goodbye text messages as the flames grew inside the building. investigators say some of the bodies were found huddled together...embracing.a lone body remains unidentified. it was found without any form of identification and does not match the description of any of those still listed among the missing. president-elect donald trump is doing more than filling cabinet positions at trump tower today. today. lobby to announce an agreement with the c-e-o of "softbank", a japanese based telecom company. trump says it will invest 50 billion dollars in the u-s and create 50 thousand jobs. the president elect is also prearing to cut govnerment costs. he took to twitter criticizing the price of the new air force one -- calling for the order with boeing to be cancelled. "i think boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money but not that much money."
meetings to fill is cabinet. anothe potential secretary of state candidate... exxon mobile c-e-o rex tillerson-- paid a visit to trump tower. so did the governor of iowa who's being considered as the u-s ambassador to china. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is next...stay tuned. if you're living in wisconsin, and covered by medicare and medicaid, here's something important to know. now you could get even more health benefits than you already have. it's the unitedhealthcare dual complete lp plan. and since you have both cards, you may be eligible for it. call now to talk with us and learn more. medicaid gives you benefits
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clouds along with a brisk wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. west to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph.thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs
tonight...colder. times of clouds along with a brisk wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph.thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly
friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. tonight...colder. times of clouds along with a brisk wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.wednesday night...mostly around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. 3 3 the sounds of a celtic christmas coming to milwaukee how you can grab a bite and enjoy a show at the irish cultural and heritage
this week, more than 5-thousand m-p-s students will take home free books to start building up their own library at home. home.in partnership with the united way...it's a literacy inititive called "my very own library." three times a year...kids will get to visit a book fair and take home their very own book to keep. organizers believe if kids get to choose for themselves...they'll be more encouagred to read. 3 "any book a kid would want is here at the book fair"// //the kids are so excited because a lot of them want to have book at home to read that
the book instead of always having the teacher pick them, so they're really excited about picking their own books." books." we visited hopkins lloyd community school where children were choosings from hundreds of different books. this is the second year the program has come to milwaukee public schools. 3 coming up --- questions about how a local health center is using the money it gets from the federal government. 3 there's an app for that but you might also need a permit for pokeman go..we'll tell you where.. 3 fired a gun at his neighbor for shooting off fireworks learns his sentence... 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up
an investigation is being launched into the kenosha community health center. center.for weeks alderman have been pressuing the center to be more transparent about how it's using federal money. money.cbs 58's lindsey branwall jois kenosha with the exclusive story...lindsey. the executive director of the kenosha commuity health center tells me this is all a misunderstanding of a long term plan to serve more patients here in kenosha, and throughout the county. the center treats uninsured or underinsured patients, and gets much of its funding through grant dollars.the city became concerned when they heard the center was expanding
then... the city couldn't get a hold of the center or get them to show up to a council meeting to answer these questions. they even tried to serve the director a legal summons. alderman kevin mathewson tells me since november, the council has received hundreds of complaints about the quality of care.the council voted yesterday to formally ask the federal health resources & services administration or hrsa to investigate the health center. he says he wants to make sure patients aren't under-served. 3 it's really up to us to make sure they're getting the level of service that they deserve, and they're under-served enough as it is, so when we got all these concerns we took it upon ourselves to make sure we find the overseeing agency to take a look and see what they can do to improve the deficiencies, up to removing the executive director, and the board and replacing them.// //"when they asked us to meet with them it was an open
things that are operational that we are not allowed to discuss because we are a private corporation, not a part of open meetings act." act." you just heard from the kenosha community health center's executive director. she says they've been wanting to meet to resolve issues for months, they just will not be able to do it publicly.mary coffey also says the center just went through a mandatory federal investigation, and said it rated their quality of care as exll keep in mind, the common council voted last night to request a federal investigation.alderman mathewson says the letters will be sent to hrsa by tomorrow.reporting live in kenosha, lindsey branwall cbs 58 news. new at four -- a man upset about fireworks being set off by his 13-year-old neighbor has been sentenced to a year in the house of corrections. corrections.jeffrey gleason has already been behind bars
sentence. greenfield police say he fired a shot from his balcony at his neighbor who was setting off fireworks to celebrate fourth of july. gleason insisted he wasn't trying to hit the boy...only to scare him off. still he was charged with second degree recklessly endangering safety. also new at four -- three people now charged in the death of a woman this weekend in dodge county. laverne ware junior is charged with hiding a corpse..his mother, majorie jones and her boyfirned vernon mickey are both charged with aiding a felon.according to the criminal complaint, called 911 on sunday when he saw blood dripping from ware's truck inside a garage.the body inside was identified as ware's girlfriend who is also his ?cousin?. we're still reading through the ten page complaint.. look for more details coming up tonight on the cbs 58 news at nine on w-m-l-w "the m" and the cbs 58 news at 10. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3
wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.ne night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph.thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs
mie county leaderok steps today to te regulathe use of pokemon go in county par. rks."this really will be the fure, electraminonic gis hereo st it was a huge success 's gng to be affecting all our parks, our tuv live this morning all four members of the parks, energy and environment committee voted in favor of a new proposal. it will force game develpers to get a permit before placing
locations in a county park.the issue came up when pokemon go became wildly poplular this summer... and players flooed into parks trying to "catch 'em all". milwaukee's lake park was the center of nearby residents' angst. the county board is scheduled to vote on the measure at its next meeting. earlier this year a two year old died after getting stuck in an open window without a screen. and now city leaders are working to prevent another tragedy a committee took up the proposal today to require landlords to install screens in all rental properties. cbs 58's details from city hall. there was some hesitation in the last common council meeting about passing an ordinance requiring window screens because of how it could affect those who live in high rises. rises.this morning city staff presend a substitute ordinance to the zoning, neighborhoods, and development committee.before this morning's meeting, screens were not required for openable windows above the fifth floor. city staff believe that may be because screens
screens, and at the time of the initial ordinance it wasn't believed insects flew higher than that.so the require all openable windows, regardless of floor, to have a screen. this will only be required for rental units, and not condominiums.it will be the responsibility of the landlord to install and maintain them, not the tenant. the change to the ordinance comes after two year old michael mccly woke up from a nap in august and crawled out a window, got stuck and died. died. least that we could do to make sure we have the safety measures, the precautions, in place as a city for those who are renters. just to make sure they have adequate living, just to make sure they can avoid situations as this." this."the substitute passed unanimously this morning. derman rainey says he will work towards establishing a work group or task force to
everyone has the necessities for adequate living. the milwaue brewers made a move this mornsomeg for tale...theeam announced today they've sent reliever tyler thornburg to the boston red sox --- in exchange for third basemen travis shaw as well as two prospects. prospects.thornburg ended last season as the closer for the brew crew - appearing in 67 games and putting up a 2-15 earned run average...the brewers will get shaw - a 26 year old infielder who hit 16 home runs last year for the red sox...we'll have more on the trade later today on the cbs 58 news.. health officials making their message loud and clear out on wisconsin roadways...the number of deaths from opioid abuse and overdose...is way too high. high.the drug enforcement administration, c-v-s stores and the hupy and abraham law firm are behind an eight-week billboard campaign that aims to reduce the risk of addiction and save lives. by letting people know...just how big of a problem this is. "what we want to do is raise awareness in the community in the biggest way we can so
protect their chlidren." chlidren." 262 people have died from opioid overdoses in milwaukee county so far this year and the medical examiner's office says we're on track to surpass the number of deaths in 20-15. triple a reports driving while tried is just as dangerous as driving drunk. they say one in five fatal crashes is caused by a sleepy driver. cbs' weijia jiang has more. natsa tired driver can doze off quickly, as seen in natsin this one the driver drifts... and rear ends another car.natsfor karen roberts, falling asleep at the wheel ended much worse."all it takes is a second, and you just nod off."in 1988, roberts was a 21 year old nurse working a double shift on christmas night.on the way home she dozed off and smashed into another vehicle. the other driver had minor injuries but roberts was in the hospital for two months
injury."i had to learn again how to walk and talk and feed myself and dress myself, and everything." a new report from triple-a shows drivers who miss between 1 to 2 hours of the recommended 7 hours of sleep a night nearly double their risk for a crash.triple a's jake nelson says nearly 1 in 3 americans admit to driving when they had a hard time keeping their eyes open. open." we've earned ly fof sleep in a ght are dring legally drunk due to alcohol""so the less sleep you get thhigherrk you e for getting into a crash" "absolutely, and this is really the first time we've understood that relationship to the degree that we do now." "that's why i'm here today, and i want to share my story, so that you guys can lrn from my mistake."roberts still suffers from double vision and headaches, but considers herself lucky, because her mistake could have been deadly.
3 coming up --- amazon is testing out a new kind of grocery store ?without? a checkout line...we'll tell you how it works... 3 and why the new uber app has some customers feeling a little uncomfortable... 3 plus...the nominees for this years grammy awards are out...we'll tell you who's on the list when the cbs 58 news at four continues. 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...
in today's money watch report...you may want to add a house to your christmas wish list. cnn's mary moloney explains why the holidays for a new home. the tree is trimmed and shopping lists made.but one accessory you may want in your yard? a for sale sign. sign."i think it's actually the least stressful time to sell a house and that's because the buyers that are out there and exist in the market right now are mandatory buyers. you don't have a lot of lookilous, you don't have a lot of shoppers, you don't have the people who are hobbyist in the real estate market."if you're serious about selling -- decorate your house for the holidays.but don't go too far. "holiday
all fantastic ideas for sellers this time of year. really take advantage of it, take advantage of the dark, light your house up like chevy chase.""clark!""honey i think i know what's going on!""maybe not that much."in the market for a new place?use the wintery weather to your advantage to check out leaks and potential wear and tear. and don't wait too long once you find that perfect place. especially if the price is right.for consumer watch -- 3 amazon is testing out a grocery store with ?no? checkout lines. customers just grab and go. so here's how it works...customers tap their smartphone at a turn-style on their way in. sensors track the items picked up and charges their amazon prime account.the store is being tested by amazon employees in downtown seattle. uber is taking some heat for its latest app update. the update allows uber to track your location from the time you request a ride ... until five minutes after you've been
improve customer service. users can turn off location sharing in their phone's settings... it just means they have to enter an address for pick up manually. 3 uber is working on artificial intelligence. it's hired a 15 person team to begin working on developing self-driving cars for the ride-sharing service and look at other ways a-i technology can be used. 3 google is getting greener.the company says renewable energy will power its offices in dozens of cities next year. renewable energy to power operations in 150 cities in 20-17. google says its long-term goal is to run on clean zero-carbon energy full-time every day of the year. the rumors about an i-car...are now backed by some more solid information. apple took its biggest step yet...acknowledging its working on self driving technology. apple wrote a letter to u-s regulators...giving feedback on guidelines for the new technology. 3 and android is diversifying
new emojis promote gender equality by reflecting women and men in a wider range of professional roles... from a mechanic, to a rock star, to an astronaut. the new emojis also have a wider range of skin tones nominations for this year's grammy awards were announced today. and beyonce leads the pack...she's up for nine nomina. nominations.but she's got some competition...adele and beyonce are both up for record of the year, song of the year and album of the year.drake, rihanna, and kanye west each received eight nominations of their own. justin bieber is also picked up a few nominations. so did "blackstar." james corden of the "late late show" will host the year's ceremony set to air sunday, february 12. 3 jimmy kimmel will host the 2017 academy awards. the late-night host has emceed several award shows in the past but this will be his first time hosting the oscars. the 89th academy awards will air on february 26. 3 happening right now...the candadian pacific holiday train should be pulling into the station in wauwatosa any moment now. this is a live
crossing where the 14-car train all decorated for the holidays is set to arrive at 4:45...so it's running a little behind schedule.the trains is making a few stops in our area. it rolled into milwaukee last night. and after this it moves on to hartland and watertown. it will be at the wauwatosa station until five thirty tonight if you'd like to get out and see it! admission is two bucks a person...plus a donation to the hunger task force. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
? 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. 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
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, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. rebecca is standing by in the weather center...hi rebecca.
clouds along with a brisk wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.wednesday night...mostly around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph.thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. 3
wind. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday...colder. am feels like temps in the single digits west of the lake. otherwise, mostly cloudy with stray flurries possible. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph.thursday...cloudy with flurries. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly
still no sign of the 14-car train -- all decked out for the holidays. it's making a few stops in our area. it rolled into milwaukee last night. and should arrive in tosa any minute at the harwood avenue crossing.it will stay there until 5:30...or maybe later. after this it moves on to hartland and watertown. admission is two bucks a person...plus a donation to
tonight, clearing away the confusion about the presidential recount in wisconsin. that confusion caused by what's now being called "fake news".. 3 it's part of our team coverage, as we near the end of the 6th day of this statewide recount. recount.one blog post that told of fraud in the counting dismissed.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad is live in waukesha with that story. we'll hear from him after we get an update on the recount itself. a few counties in the area have now finished their work. jocelyne pruna joins us live in the newsroom with the details...jocelyne. mike and michelle....so far 5 counties in our area are done with the recount. the election commission doesn't expect any major changes... they say most mistakes have been because of human error.
map to see what we have left. close to 1.75 million votes have gone through this recount process. of the approximately three million that were cast. dodge, ozaukee, sheboygan, walworth and washington counties are done with their ballots. the rest of the counties have until december 12th to get all the ballots rec. recounted.donald trump has picked up some votes....in ozaukee county for example--- trump gained 29 votes in one of the wards due to a typo. in sheboygan county-- a total 26 votes were of plymouth because of human error. in walworth county-- there was an increase of 10 total votes-- they blame ballot jams on election day. the election commission has a spreadsheet with all the results as they come in. you can find a link on our website cbs58 dot com. the electoral college will vote on december 19th after the votes are certified. live in the newsroom, jocelyne pruna, cbs58 news. 3 they're still counting votes in waukesha county, and officials there are trying to clear up any possible confusion about a blog post
"fake news"....it's just not tr. true.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live from waukesha county. jacob? representatives from the campaigns are here...election officials are here... all of them tell me the recount has been moving smoothly in the county. then they look online and see these wild claims that everything is falling apart out here...they just say its frustrating and it doesn't reflect re (-nat. ballot counter-) thousands of ballots pass through the high speed machine... it's new - speeding up the process in waukesha county.... taking an image of each individual ballot. but read this blog - the palmer report - and you'd imagine the room in bedlam. the headline cites an observers accusing officials of ?double-counting? votes for donald trump. the story's been shared more than 15-thousand times. the problem? the entire story hinges on a