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thanks for joining us! us!we have a lot coming up at 5--- but first... we need to talk about a major cool down. wait until you see what it feel like in some communities this morning. morning.anchor kate chappell and meteorologist "michael schlesinger" are in the weather center... to show you. talk about weather... weather... (((30 second tz))) tz))) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid
thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 19. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly 3 3 roads are in great shape this spotsi-94 eb will be closed at moorland rd. for sign structure installation.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will new this morning... cudahy police are looking for a man who approached a 13-year-old girl for sex. sex.police say yesterday.. the suspect tried to made contact
while she was walking home. once just driving by. a second time near swift and holmes... he stopped his car and made a sexual comment to her.and a third time near edgerton avenue. that time he got out of the car and asked for sex. she says that's where she la saw the suspect. 3 she describes him as a white man... average to slightly heavy build... in his late 20's to early 30's.she says he has a long - chest length - brown beard. he was wearing a baseball hat and driving a blue or gray colored car.. possibly a newer model.. four-door. information you're asked to call cudahy police at the number on your screen. it's 414-769-2260. 3 also ?new this morning?--- one day after learning the police officer who shot "jay anderson"... will ?not? be charged--- anderson's family went back to madison park--- the scene of the deadly shooting. this shows a ?re-inactment? community leaders did last night--- challenging what the wauwatosa officer says happened back in june.they claim the officer ?should have been able to see the gun on the passenger seat? when he first went up to the car... before shooting anderson
county district attorney cleared the officer on monday--- saying he followed state law and was justified in using deadly force. now to a cbs 58 exclusive...a racine family is heartbroken this morning over the death of the family pet -- at the hands of police.the family says their dog "sugars shot and killed for no reason. reason.cbs 58's julie parise is live at the racine police department. she has the story. julie? the dog was shot by an officer from the racine police department when theyere executin sara harmon says police told her they shot the dog, named sugar, due to "protocol." harmon says- it was around 5am last wednesday that police burst into her home investigating a november 15th report of shots fired.her son was being investigated for attempted murder. harmon's husband, who was home at the time, said police shot the dog while search the home. he believes sugar the dog was hiding from the police. harmon's son was released with no charges later that day.the
for no reason. for nothng...she died for nothing...it was horrible racine police would not confirm specific details of the incident, but did say it is ?not protocol to shoot dogs in these situations. chief art howell did release a statement saying the department executes more than 100 search warrants a year, many involving dogs and "the of warrants are executed without incident." a ?murder suspect is in custody?... after a standoff in a milwaukee neighborhood. neighborhood.police were looking for that suspect near 13th and burleigh yesterday. when the people inside a house ?refused to come out?... a tactical unit was called to the scene. after about two hours--- the suspect--- a 19-year old man ?surrendered.? cbs 58 also saw several dogs being loaded into a truck for madacc.police haven't released any other details yet. 3
prevent future tragedy... yesterday... a milwaukee common council committee unanimously passed an ordinance requiring rental units to have window screens. it came about after two-year-old michael mccly got stuck trying to climb out of a window last summer and died. that measure will now go before the full common council. looking ahead now.. a former high school teacher--- charged with sexual assault---- will learn her fate in court today. today.sara domres was fired from her teachg job at ?new berlin west? high school. she's accused of having a relationshp with pleaded ?not guilty.?she's expected to appear in waukesha county court for her sentencing later today. 3 marquette university is issuing a warning to students after a robbery at the jimmy john's near campus.milwaukee police released this surveillance video of a man robbing the restaurant on west implied he had a gun in his pocket and got money from the cashier.police say a few minutes earlier he tried to rob "real chili" downtown.if you recognize this man you're
you could be the one to help the f-b-i...with this unsolved robbery.i found out more about the robber who took aim at a customer who tried to stop him... at a west allis cell phone store. 3 in the surveillance video for this crime, you can see the suspect run out of the cricket wireless store, money flying out of his pockets. it would almost be comical, if he hadn't just shot someone.it was the night of november 16th at the cricket wireless at 108th and cleveland in west allis. the suspect walks into the store wearing a dark wisconsin badgers hoodie demands money from the staff and the sole customer. customer."when the individual demanded that the parties get onto the floor, the customer felt that the individual was distracted enough and the customer inside the store physically engaged the offender."that tackle didn't work. the would be hero fell back to the floor. floor."at which point the actor, then, with a short barreled rifle, stood over the individual and shot him one time."there were no
inside the store, but the suspect was caught on camera leaving the storehis ill gotten gains falling to the sidewalk as he ran.if you know anything, the milwaukee f-b-i and west allis p-d want you to call them. in fact, tt is how they would prefer you help them ?instead of taking matters into your own hands. "well, we would certainly discourage that sort of behavior for obvious reasons. one of which he ultimately was shot as a result of this. however, i can also respect the fact that the individual felt that it was appropriate for him to do something and wantedge respect the fact that he did it but certainly not encourage it, because it could have a horrible outcome."with your help, authorities can solve this robbery. 3 today is the 75-th anniversary of pearl harbor. the attack led to the united states' entry into world war two. this is a look at the pearl harbor memorial.. near honolulu, hawaii. ceremonies to commemorate the 75th anniversary have already s. started.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from
look at those rememberances. kyle? more than 50 service men and woman from wisconsin died in the tacks on pearl harbor... and the war memorial is just one place where they are remembered. there are no planned events here at the memorial scheduled day, but there have been servces in hawaii since the weekend.earlier this week a wreath laying took place to honor those who died in the attack.it was 7:55 on the morning of december 7th.the u-s-s arizona took four direct hits from japanese planesit was the most heavily damaged of all the vessels in battleship row that day. and one of the deadliest attacks in u-s history . among those in hawaii is a veteran who survived the attacks from wisconsin. you'll hear his story coming up in our next half hour.live in milwaukee. kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news.
to acknowledge all servicemen and women... airmen from general mitchell's 128th air refueling wing will visit students at west allis-west milwaukee elementary schools to 'serve up smiles' today.the airmen will serve up "smiley potatoes" to the kids... who have been writing letters of thanks to military men and women currently serving around the world. its all part of "operation gratitude." the airmen will serve up smiles from 11 to 1 today. governor "scott walker".... is spenome ding sme in the middle east this week with members of the national guard. guard.he tweeted out this great honor to speak with wisconsin national guard troops... thank you for your service".his office didn't say.... ?where? he is in the middle east.walker is there with a delegation of governors visiting troops. the flame light atop the old gas building on east wisconsin avenue has been upgraded with some new technology... technology...this is a live look....there's a special lighting ceremony planned for tonight to show off the new l-e-ds lights.the changing colors of the lights are an indicatoof what weather is
jessica disappeared."d.j. hilsonprosecutor: "there's no doubt in yo mind,wo things. onsirking at nht?"brend nester, witness: 'she was hilson, prosecutor: "and doub tsaw?brenda nester, witness: " doubt." doubt. llis has also been charged in the 20-14 murder of jogger -- rebekah bletsch. and... he s stspring after dly abduing a the girher edpo telly es willis to the murder of two women. number of students at naperville north sick after eating gummy bears... laced with ?dr ru tota...14 students got sickthey were dizzy and had a fast heart rate. at first they were brought to the s office... but then the fire depa rthushed e hospital. cmdr. jason arres naperville preliminary investigation incates in talking to some of the affected individuals that they believe the gummy bears to be laced with anuid based marijuana not confirmed that."
studtsot the student 3..and polic the chairman of the stngasking dakota access pipeline pr.?he says... he's elated about ndayecisto e-route? the pipelin. pipeline.the army corps of engineers says... they'll look for an alternate route.the chairman of the tribe say.. the cus now is on ?legal battles?... sua m that decision doesn't get reversed.he they'll rk on an ?exit plan? as soon asrmit e cobehind the pelineav to pufeea big? cool down. we are talking about some of the coldest temperatures of the season!meteorologist michael schlesinger has a check of ready weather.. 3
ahead??15???)) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 19. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cldy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of
night...snow likely. moderate snow accumulations. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. highs around 30. ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph.
cloudy. lows around 19. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningno sign of any slick spotsi-94 eb will be closed at moorland rd. for sign structure installation.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 lockin alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to eenfield 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
seem to come to an agreement? on how to raise money to fix wisconsin's roads... and fill a one (b) billion dollar transportation budget shortfall. shortfall.republicans say... there are ?two options? to pay for roads--- borrow and use taxpayer money... or raise taxes and fees.governor scott walker doesn't want to raise taxes ...and is in favor of borrowing money.some republicans say... a gas tax is the more conservative option... because walker's plan will cost taxpayers more in the long run. 46-58"i think there will be significant delays under governor walker's plan at least two projects and more on others. throughout the state not just the zoo interchange it's not just these big projects in milw" milwaukee." 3 a few publican senators are standing by walker in ?oppopsing? a gas tax increase. they note... wisconsin already has one of the highest gas taxes in the country. out-of-state and graduate school tuiti is expected to rise at u-w system schools. schools.the board of regents is expected to vote later this week to help offset governor scott walker's ?resident? undergraduate tuition freeze.
would be at uw-madison.the board will also vote on whether or not to give uw-system employees a two- percent raise each of the next two years. some wisconsin democrats are unhappy with the d-n-r's proposal that would raise state park fees and sell naming rights for park faciliti. facilities.the lawmakers sent a lettero the d-n-r... saying aising fees would make parks unaffordable.the d-n-r suggested the proposals to close a one-point four million dollar shortfall in the budget. stay close--- entertainment news is next. 3 including..the nomi f ...find out who's up for the
for the first time with a group of homeless l-g-b-t youth in new york. the taped segment aired on n-b-c's "the today show." gaga says she started suffering from p-t-s-d after she was raped at age 19. she revealed she was also sexually assaulted in 20-14. she says her oscar-nominated song "til it happens to you" is about the experience. 3 time magazine's person of the year will be announced today. among the 11 finalists are beyonce knowles... along with facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg. the 2017 grammy award nominees have been announced.. -nats music-"so hello from the other side." side." 3 adele's hit "hello" was nominated for record and song of the year. beyonce got the most nomations. she's up for nine grammys. other frequently nominated artists include drake and justin bieber. one
.. featuring justin vernon of eau claire.. is up for best alternative album-- a category that includes the last album by the late david bowie.you can watch the grammy awards on february 12th... right here on cbs 58. "you want to know, don't you? why they keep coming here." here." the transformers are headed back to earth, or rather theaters. the first trailer for "transformers: the last knight" is out... featuring hopkins. the fifth movie in the transformers franchise hits movie screens june 23rd, 20-17. say walking outside this ll morning. it's cold!in fact, meteorologt michael schlesinger is tracking the coldest temps of the season so far! he's in the weather center with jessica. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
forecast...today...colder. partly sunny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. cloudy. lows around 19. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly
3 3 roads are in great shape this morningno sign of any slick spotsi-94 eb will be closed at moorland rd. for sign structure installation.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
you'd never guess these two haven't seen each other for six years?..marine sergeant james lesch-ber first met astor while serving at san diego's miramar air station.... for four years - they patrolled the station together, looking for drugs and illegal activity.after that, james worked with multiple other dogs. and then he deployed to iraq.but when astor recently retired from service, volunteers found leschber and proposed an adoption. 3 "they have a bond that we don't understand, so when they're separated, a piece of them goes away, so we feel like its our duty tohelp them get back together." together.""i get to take him home and he gets to relax and just be a regular, normal dog." dog." so now this morning... astor has a new homeand his only duty is to just be a dog. 3 3 anchor reaction...
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would rex pass up more beef stew? i don't think so. say yes to more. call now. now at 5:30 - wind and winter temps!that's what we're morning.bundle up .. before you head out.michael has a look at the forecast in just a few minutes. 3 plus.. heavy police presence in west allis overnight. what we know.. coming up! 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads are dry...the latest on overnight
morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic. 3 good morning.. today is wednesday decemeber 7th. mother nature slams us this morning with both wind and bitter cold temperatures. many of you are waking up to the coldest temperatures of the season so far. 3 we're dealing with single digit windchills. tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))forecast...today...colder. partly sny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy.
to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 19. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday around 14. our top story this morning... there was heavy police presence in west allis overnight. milwaukee police say one car was involved in a crash near south hawley road and hawley
say the driver fled the scene. we did reach out to west allis police... they say there is no information available at this time. we'll keep you posted as we learn any new information. 3 new this morning ...a fire broke out at a church on milwaukee's north side overnight. it happened at all saints fellowship christian church at north 12th street and west reservoir avenue around 12:45 this morning. firefighters were able to contain the fire within about half an hour. the fire was confined to ceiling and roof, but a dollar amount determined. the cause of the fire is under investigation. no injuries were reported and no one was in the building at the time of the fire. also new this morning---a crash involving ?three cars? overnight on i-94 in waukesha. waukesha.it happened at dousman road.state patrol says... a honda accord hit a "car hauler"... and ended up in the middle of the roadway... after swerving to avoid a construction barrel that came into the lane. officials say... the driver of the honda got out of the car and went into a ditch.that driver has minor injuries. officials say the car-hauler left the scene.
now to a developing story out of fox lake... a woman is dead - and three people close to her have been charged. one of them - is her boyfriend and also her cousin. cbs 58's amanda porterfield reports from the dodge county courthouse. the woman's boyfriend, his mother and her boyfriend were in court here this morning. none of them have been charged with the actual homicide. but dodge county officials say they were all involved and could face more serious charges soon. at this house at the corner of we go trail and oh kay drive deputies say dead body was hidden in her boyfriends truck for hours.. ((reveal mugs one at a time with two showing here)) while her boyfriend and his mother - aunt were inside..with the mother's boyfriend vernon mickey.according the criminal complaintthe four of them left a funeral together on saturday. but at some point thatnight - mickey says he saw blood in the boyfriend, laverne ware's truck and noticed sesalie dixon was gone. ware said she'd left him
out to a bar. when they came back - he says ware indicated to them he killed his girlfriend. then tried to recruit mickey to get rid of the body. hours later - mickey called police. neighbor don pillsbury says the family is from milwaukee and moved to the typically quiet street this summer. 03:50:10 i just went by the other day and waved. i never really visited wh them. they kept to themselves i was kind of shocked. butt 03:50:40 i feel sorry for the a shame it had to happen. :44 the criminal complaint also hinted that there had been a history of domestic violence between the boyfriend and the victim. 3 now to cbs 58 exclusive---a
answers from the police partme?... after an officer shot and killed their family pet.sara harmon says... her dog sugar was taken from her for ?no reason.?cbs 58's julie parise is live at the racine police department with the story. julie? harmon tells us the officers here at the department told her it was protocol to shoot her dog during a search warrant execution. but she says it was unnecessary..and she wants to know why it happened. this is sugar, she was a bulldog. around 5am last wednesday that police burst into her home investigating a november 15th report of shots fired.her son was being investigated for attempted murder. harmon's husband, who was home at the time, said police shot the dog while search the home. he believes sugar the dog was hiding from the police. harmon's son was released with no charges later that day.the family feels sugar was shot for no reason. everybody that came over
everybody. i have 6 grandkids...and they all loved . her. racine police would not confirm specific details of the incident, but did say it is ?not protocol to shoot dogs in these situations. chief art howell did release a statement saying the department execut more than 100 search warrants a year, many involving dogs and "the overwhelming number of warrants are executed without incident." 3 federal inigalling for a medical facility that serves uninsured and underinsured patients .they claim itisn't operations.for months... the pe. kenosha common council has tried to get answers about how the "kenosha community health center" spends tax dollars.the council says it started last summer when the center decided to expand outside the city... and laid off 11 employees.cbs 58's lindsey branwall spoke ?exclusively? to the center's director for their side of the story. "there's many things that are operational that we are not
are a private corporation, not a part of open meetings act." act." mary coffey says the possibility of an investigation might damage the center's reputation and their most recent federal review came back without any complaints.kenosha approved the request for an investigation monday night. mothers who say their kids suffer from lead poisoning.. are calling on the city to replace ?all? lead lateral lines in milwaukee... impacting about 70-thousand hom. homes.milwaukee's common council will likely vote on an ordinance later this month month that would require lines to be replaced when break... or are scheduled for routine work.it could cost homeowners up to 16-hundred dollars ... and one group they wanall lines replaced e.? ?at no charge?... as soon as possible. evany dorsey 09;45;35 yall spending money on street cars built but yall need to be e putting this money you taking from us tax payers and put it in our homes. 04;45;46 04;45;46 3 the city is handing out free water filters to people living in impacted homes.we will put
check to see if your home has lead lateral lines. 3 3 authorities in oakland, california have declaraed a local state of emergency... following the city's response to the deadly warehouse fire. which will begin the process for state and federal aid. fire crews have recovered at least 36 victims from the burnt-out structure so far... and have identified all but one of them. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. 3 the trial of accused charleston, south carolina church shooter dylann roof is set to begin today.roof stands accused of killing nine membs black emanuel a-m-e church last year.he faces a possible death sentence in the case. 3 president-elect donald trump meets with outgoing north carolina governor "pat mccrory" today at trump tower.... as he continues to fill positions in his administration. the meeting comes just a day after trump traveled to governor mccrory's home-state for the second stop of his 'thank you' tour. during the event - the president-elect vowed to make the country safer ...with the help of retired marine general james mattis...who he formally
government order for a new air force one. one. yesterday he tweeted-- "boeing is building a brand new 747 "air force one" for future presidents....but costs are out of control...more than four-billion dollars. cancel order!"so far the air force has allocated nearly 3-billion dollars through 20-21.the new planes aren't expected to be ready to fly until 20-22. shortly after his tweet - this is what trump told reporters at trump tower. donald trump/(r) president-elect:"well the plane is totally out of control. it's going to be over one program. and i think it's ridiculous. i think boeing is doing little bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money, but not that much money. ok thank you." 3 boeing... the nation's largest exporter... has built the plane used by every president since franklin roosevelt. the company has not yet responded to trump's comments. 3 3
((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 10 to 15 mph. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph.
northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. saturday night...snow likely. moderate snow accumulations. lows in thlower 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. highs around 30.
roads are in great shape this morningno sign of any slick at moorland rd. for sign structure installation.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
today, the nation marks the 75-th anniversary of the ?japanese attack on pearl harbo? harbor.?it was one of the deadlist attacks on us soil. thousands of men and woman were killed or hurt that day. now 75 years later, some survivors are getting together to share thier stories, including one veteran from the badger state. us live from the war memorial in milwaukee with his story. 3 95 year old lou conter of
attacked.he and 3 of his comrades met again in hawaii this week to reminse, and share their heroic stories.it was 7:55 on the morning of december 7th, 1941.the u-s-s arizona took four direct hits from japanese planesit was the most heavily damaged of all the vessels in battleship row that day.over eleven hundred men from the usarizona perished that day.lou was one of the survivors and helped rescue h these years later, he still doesn't see how he is a hero. 3 lou conter, pearl harbor attack survivor:"came home got married, had children, grand children, great grand children, and lived a big life. they lost theirs immediately and they're the ones that shld be called the he" heroes."the main commemoration ceremony in hawaii gets under w time.some four-thousand people are expected to attend, including about three-hundred
sea-world entertainment says jo all 12 of its parkthe cuts are part of efforts to reduce costs by about 65 milln dollars.the company has struggd since the release of the 20-13 documentary "black-fish" ...which highlighted the dangers of holding killer whales in captivity.sea-world recently announced it would no longer hold such animals in captivity ...and phase out killer whale shows at its parks. ?tech?ompanies are teaming up to take on ?terror threats.? facebook..twitter... micros "youtube"... are setting up a shared database... to ?track and remo? ort content. it will contain the digital "fgerprints" of images and videos-- allowing the firms to ?ideify potential terror material quicker.? 3 google is going green... or mo grepparently.the company says renewable energy will power its offices in dozens of cities next year. google plans to buy enough renewable energy to power all of its operations in 2017.that includes 13-data centers and
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i'm julie parise...police say yes to more. call now. shoot family's dog 3 i'm kyle aevermannits the 75th anniversary for pearl harbor 3 good morning.it's wednesday, december 7-th. 7-th.thanks for joining us! we'll get to your top stories in two minutes... inlcuding new stories from overnight. overnight. but first..a big drop in temps. here's meteorologist michael schlesinger...with what we can expect.michael? 3 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))forecast...