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we'll see you next time! we begin at four with breaking news...astronaut john glenn, the first man to orbit the earth...has died. the former senator first made history in 1962 when he completed the earth orbit in a small space capsule. he later served as a united states senator. then returned to space at the age of 77 ever do so. john glenn was 95 years old. 3 and more breaking news now...we learned moments ago that president-elect donald trump will be visiting wisconsin as part of his victory and thank you tour. he'll be joined by vice president-elect mike pence. they'll hold a rally at the state fair grounds next tuesday at seven o'clock. we'll bring you more details on the visit as they become available. 3 five shot , four dead ..all within hours of each other in milwaukee.this map shows you the locations..between silver spring and good hope and
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what looked like a crash also turned out to be be a shooting. and now comes word that in at least one case..children were nearby.. it is a new heartwrenching development ..in one of the double shootings...children were found inside the home. home.a couple killed by gunfire at 107th and appleton. appleton.cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live from the scene...amanda. neighbors tell me that the couple was sleeping when were shot and killed -- many families have lived in this neighborhood for decades and they say nothing like this has ever happened here. police say it happened around 1:30 this morning on west appleton and florist. the victims were a 38 year old woman and a 36 year old man. two children were home at the time of the shooting a cousin i spoke with says family are still trying to wrap their minds around what happened earlier today. neighbors say this area has always been safe, and there's very little
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only lived at the home for about a year, and we're very friendly. they hope police catch whoever is responsible. "invividuals that can do something like that, they're heartless. anytime you can shoot a man and a woman in bed with the kids right in the next room, they're heartless and they need to be incarcerate" incarcerated." police say this is a homicide investigation. they have not made any arrests, but they're looking at nearby investigating. live in mke ad cbs 58 news. 3 3 the second double shooting was an attempted murder suicide.it happened around 3-30 this morning near 52nd and green tree.a woman was shot but is expected to survive.the 34 year old gunman then turned the weapon on himself with fatal results. 3 now to the deadly shooting that ended with the victim crashing his car.milwaukee police called to 36th and
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found a 67-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound. he did not survive. the final suspect in the shooting death of young laylah petersen was sentenced today. cbs 58's david ade is at the courthouse with details. arlis gordon will spend the next 30 years in prison... with 19 years of extended supervision after that. that.gordon was in front of a milwaukee county judge this morning.he's the last person to be sentenced in the november 2014 death of five-year old laylah petersen. his lawyer said gordon was trying to carry out a vigilante justice... after a jury found someone not guilty of killing gordon's step brother. hours after that verdict... gordon tried to go after the man who went free in that case... but instead... 12 to 14 shots were fired into the home with laylah petersen and her family. gordon avoided trial by pleading guilty to second degree reckless homicide... and three other charges... laylah petersen's dad... and arlis gordon both spoke in the courtroom this mor. morning."i just ask that you
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possible could that you don't cut any kind of slack for him it's not deserved"// //i'd like to give my condolences to the family and friend so laylah peterson not only because of the tragic incident but because i too know the feeling of losing a loved one." one."after the ruling... there was some tension in the courtroom between petersen's and gordon's families. courtroom guards stepped in... and had gordon's family leave the room first. reporting in downtown milwe. 3 3 two other men have also been convicted and sentenced in the petersen case. on december first, carl barrett was ordered to serve 65 years in prison and another 35 years of extended supervision for his role in the killing. killing.25-year old paul farr, who police say drove barrett and gordon to the home where petersen was shot, has also sentenced to 5 months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of aiding a felon. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready
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out to students. they say a 55-year-old man has been arrested for this jimmy's johns' robbery near the marquette campus on monday. the man also tried to rob "real chili" downtown but was unsuccessful. m-p-d will presnt the case to the d-a soon for charges. the milwaukee bucks have started up a partnership to get people hired at the new are. arena.it's teaming up with "skillsmart"...which helps find prospective workers and train others with potential.in the next couple of weeks the bucks town hall meetings for jobseekers. the first one is a week from today at the journey house. 3 look at this...a 25 story high rise that bmo harris bank plans to build near it current 20 story tower on water street. bank executives hope to have the 137 million dollar tower completed in about three years. then - they have plans to renovate the 1967 building for new tenants. bmo harris bank has about 200 branches in wisconsin and about three- thousand employees in the
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the summerfest grounds are getting a facelift. that announcement came this morning from the leader of summerfest himself...don smiley. cbs 58's julie parise was there. it's nice to be talking about summer fest on a chilly day like today -- and now there's more to get excited about when it comes to worlds biggest music festival .the us cellular connection stage is getting rebuilt to be made bigger and better for summerfest 2018. 2018.here's a look at the new stage. will hold more people than the current stage, which hasn't been upgraded since 1996. it will feature mostly pop and country music acts. the stage will have a 25 foot led screen, the largest video screen on the grounds.upgrades to the sound system and accommodations for performing artists will also happen. organizers hope this will draw more large scale acts, so summerfest will keep growing. growing.there's festivals worldwide and not only that we compete with arenas and
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really incumbent on us to provide the best amenities and grounds for the artists coming in. the price of the renovation has yet to be disclosed. renovation starts right after summerfest 2017.repoting in mke i'm jp cbs 58 3 coming up -- the president-elect gets into a twitter battle over the recent jobs he saved from moving to 3 plus..their loved ones killed in church..family members now having to endure another legal manouever from the defendant. 3 plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return with your
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34 wisconsin counties have finished counting ballots for the presidential recount. recount.so far.... both donald trump and hillary clinton have added votes to their total. at last check.... clinton had gained 82 votes on trump.the elections commission says most
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error. the commission also says all counties are on track to finish the recount by the december 12 deadline. 3 and after three days...the recount in michigan has come to a screeching halt. a judge lifted an order that forced a statewide review of ballots. only twenty of michigan's eighty-three counties had begun counting. jill stein of the green party who asked for the recount is still pushing for one in pennsylvania. president-elect donald trump is lashing out on twitter at the union rep who says his heroics at the carrier factory in indiana..might not be how many jobs were saved. president-elect donald trump slammed carrier's indiana union leader on twitter. mr. trump announced a deal last week at the plant that would save jobs from being outsourced to mexico. "actually, the number is over 1,100 people, which is so great!"but chuck jones - the head of the union at the plant - says 550 jobs are still being sent to mexico...and 350 of the jobs weren't saved
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risk."if you are dealing with people's livelihoods, you sure in the world ought to know what the numbers are."trump responded saying jones has done a horrible job representing workers and if the union was any good they would have saved those jobs. jobs.the twitter messages may be overshadowing the announcement of mr. trump's pick to head the environmental protection agency.mr. trump picked oklahoma attorney general scott pruitt. pruitt helped lead the charge against president obama's climate change policies. describes himself on linkedin as "a leading advocate against the epa's activist agenda." agenda.""i think the greatest impediment we have in the country today as far as economic growth - it's the not tax policy - it's regulatory policy."the sierra club is opposing his nomination saying "having pruitt in charge...is like putting an arsonist in charge of fighting fires." kenneth craig, cbs news, new . york 3 carrier announced it's raising the prices of its air conditioners and furnaces as
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after that deal trump struck with united technologies to keep the jobs from moving to mexico. the price increases will take effect at the start of the new year. dozens of students watched a shooting at their high school yesterday...the school quickly went into "code red lockdown" lockdown"it happened at hug high school in reno. police say two students were fighting...when one produced a large knife. a school police officer shot the students in a crowded courtyard of people. "we just hear an think much of it until we saw students running away." away." the student was shot in the shoulder and is expected to survive. more than 40 students witnessed the incident...many of them capturing what played out on their cell phones. 3 the manhunt is now over for a suspect who shot two police officers in georgia....killing one of them. this all started last night. the officers were responding to a domestic violence call. when 32-year-old minquell kennedy lembrick opened fire. a manhunt was launched
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morning lembrick barricaded himself inside a home...where police say he shot and killed himself. the other officer and killed himself. the other officer who was shot is still in critical condition. a judge shuts down attempts for a mistrial for the young man who police say wanted to start a race war by killing members of a black south carolina church.cbs' marlie hall on how the victims' families are dealing with it. the second day of the charleston church shooter trial is underway at a federal courthouse in charleston. during opening statements wednesday, a lawyer for dylann roof said it isn't a question of innocence or guilt. the real question is whether the 22 year old roof should get the death penalty or life in prison for killing nine black parishioners at emanuel ame church in june 2015. these are our memories no one can take them from us he can't take them. the family of victim myra thompson says they are not concerned about roof's sentence. whatever the jury says is fine with me. i have
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system i believe in and the world we live in. leroy singleton - the brother of the 59 year old bible study teacher and mother of three -- says he has compassion for roof. this is my hope somewhere down the line he'll understand he's missing out on going on a date becoming a father, freedom thompson's son kevin says he is looking for closure so the family can move forward and heal. does that mean you singleton: we're trying to get there. he says he is concentrating on being a productive member of the community. i'm going to represent for my mom, be positive and make her proud. marlie hall, cbs news, charleston, south carolina. 3 your full readycast with
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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. and medicare gives you some, too. but a dual complete lp plan can add even more benefits and features compared to original medicare. you'll have lots of doctors and hospitals to choose from, prescription drug coverage, and other important benefits. like routine dental exams and cleanings for a $0 co-pay, $1,500 in comprehensive dental care, and rides to and from your doctor or local pharmacy.
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3 3 santa's getting help this year from hundreds of bikers and now you can help...get in the true christmas spirit this weekend..we'll tell you how
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time now for our stories. our chance to devote extra attention to the people and groups doing positive things in the community and giving us all a complete perspective of the place we call home.this afternoon, the motorycles riders and advocates from "abate" are in the of their annual toy drive. listen up walworth county viewers..you can get in the fun too. too. 3 dave charlebois and sessie schneeberger joins us this afternoon.31 different taverns and pub and restaurants are allowing their establishments to serve as collection points...there's still time for folks to donate...through
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go to walworth county human services..the pride you feel when taking part in this... time now for our stories. our chance to devote extra attention to the people and groups doing positive things in the community and giving us l the place we call home.this afternoon, the motorycles riders and advocates from "abate" are in the final leg of their annual toy drive. listen up walworth county viewers..you can get in the fun too. too. 3
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schneeberger joins us this afternoon.31 different taverns and pub and restaurants are allowing their establishments to serve as collection points...there's still time for folks to donate...through next weekendall the toys will go to walworth county human services..th when taking part in this...
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stay tuned...we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up as the
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two middle school students under arrest after a burlington mother finds a "kill list" made by her 15-year-old daughter. daughter.on that list was her own father...and a number of classmates. cbs 58's lindsey branwall joins us live from racine county with the story...lindsey. the two went to this middle school.the superintendant says some students have asked for the help of a counselor after four students were targeted. the school was notified when the girl's mother saw a facebook message between her daughter and her daughter's 14-year-old boyfriend. he asked, do you want me to kill them all.she replied yes.he said, i'll need a listthe teen
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fellow students, and her father.when asked about the list, the girl told officers "she has thoughts that she shouldn't think of" and "she has a really dark mind"her boyfriend told police he "wouldn't actually go and kill these people" and "only talked about it to make her feel better"the superintendant says a letter was sent out to parents, and the school is safe. "it's very important that people when they are aware of a situation that doesn't seem authorities whether it's the burlington police department, the sheriff's department or the school. that was done in this case and we're very greatful for that." that." the teens are out on bond, and were placed on house arrest. they'll be back in court next weekreporting live in burlington, lindsey branwall cbs 58 he said he felt disrespected in his home...and that's why he shot and killed his
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sontoday...61-year-old jessie james pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second degree reckless homicide. it was back in september 21-year- old mannix franklin had been staying with his mother and james at senior living apartments in milwaukee. james and franklin got into an argument...and james said he felt disrespected. he loaded a shotgun...and fired once...killing the 21- year-old. james will spend twenty years behind bars with ten years of extended supervision. meterologist rebecca schuld for your evening...rebecca. 3 today...cloudy. occasional flurries. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 15 to 30 mph. feels like temps in the single digits most of the day. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows near 20. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. west winds 5 to 15 mph. friday
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around 14. west winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the lower 20s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday night...snow likely. snow accumulations likely. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. highs in the upper 20s. sunday night...mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. lows around 18. monday...partly sunny. a 30 percent chance of light snow in the morning.
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how tax money is spent will be a big topic once legislators go back to work in january. that's why a panel of local, county and state representatives sat down to talk things over today. today.cbs 58's jocelyne purna joins us live that story that's new at four...jocelyne. the mayor of west allis was part of the event. and cities like west allis have unique needs... but to get what they want from the state can sometimes be challenging. major road projects, schools and police departments. they all require money. and the state of wisconsin only has so much to go around.there are more than 25-hundred different governing bodies that rely heavily on state funding. today's panel organized by the non partisan group public policy forum. painted a picture on how those bodies can work effectively in wisconsin to provide you with the best services while utilizing taxpayer dollars.
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wisconsin is the 3rd worst state for real estate and income tax for taxpayers. sometimes, cities don't get exactly what they want. "in waukesha county we have 27 municipalities that are within waukesha county, so there are 37 towns, cities, they all have a difference in opinions and then we you look at the state level coming down, how they share revenue affects us. we are considered a property rich county and so we don't get as much of the shared revenue. so we are trying to figure out how we can best work together to make sure eaol effectively as possible." possible." and sometimes, that involves taking matters into your own hands milwaukee county's controversial 30 dollar wheel tax a prime example mentioned today. coming up at 5 how city leaders are trying to take a different mindset towards state funding. live in west allis, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. car break-ins are more common this time of year because people are shopping and leaving valuables in their
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francis are trying out a new program to reduce the number of break ins. cbs 58's kyle aevermann shows us how. if you find one of these pink slips on your car in st fracis, it's a theft report card. no letter grade though. you either pass or fail.natsin his 16 years with the st. fracnis police department, officer shane czerniakowski has his fair share of car break in's. especially during this time of year. year."it's a busy time of year. people are doing their holiday shopping and so forth, and m things or bring them into the house."in an effort to reduce the number of car break ins, the department has introduced a theft report card program officers stop to look inside of cars to see if they can find valuable items."im not opening the doors or checking on the doors, but i am visiually seeing if the locks are unlocked or not. but also looking for anything of valuable in view. "and this morning it wasn't long before officer czerniakowski found a potential car break-in victim. "so this car has a cd sticking out and a charging cord. just
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idea like maybe there is something else in the glove box or console that goes with that charging cord."officer czerniakowski says it's best to secure all items big or small.in your trunk or take them out of your call all together. those who have visible items of value are given a failed grade, with notes on how to better secure their items. those who don't have anything of value in plain site are given a passing grade. and can be entered into a monthly drawing to win prizes like gift cards. hopes will get people into a better habit of ."it's a crime that's preventable." preventable."st francis police say they've gotten a positive response from the theft report card program, and plan to continue it year round. in st. francis. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. volunteers from we energies are helping habitat for humanity on milwaukee's northwest side. side.the frame is up and today the drywall was being installed. the former drug
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be turned into affordable housing. we energies says its in this neighborhood often and wanted to help out. "i actually grew up a block away from here so it's nice to come back and reinvest in the community i grew up in and we energies has several service locations in the area too so why not come back and reinvest in the area we're working in as well." well." about twenty volunteers helped out with today's build. the father of the family that will be moving into the home was also there today hammer in hand. one hundred people camped out in west allis last night all for this... this...bell ringing ringing a new chick fil a restuarant opened its doors in at six a-m today. people started lining up early yesterday to be first in line. that's because all these people will get a free meal from chick fil a every week for a year. the store owner says that's something to celebrate. "so we're banging on pans we
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waving, cow bells ringing just all sorts of stuff to show just how tremendous that moment really is for them." them." there are now six chick fil a locations in the state of wisconsin. the list of safest cars is out and this year top honors are going to vehicles with good headlights. i'm craig boswell in washington with the results coming up. up. 3 health officials say this is the worst year for the mumps in a decade...how many cases wisconsin is dealing with...ahead in your health watch. 3 and when is the best time to shop to avoid holiday crowds... we'll tell you when
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e-cigarettes have the potential to create a whole new generation of nicotine addicts."in the last few years we've seen this dramatic increase in the number of kids who are using ecigarettes"a new report by the u-s department of health and human services shows last year,16 percent of high school students reported using e- cigarettes...also known as "vaping".it was first pushed as a safer alternative for smokers.but dr. vivek murthy says that does not mean they're harmless-- harmless--"exposure to nicotine is harmful to the developing brain. it can not only lead to addiction but it can affect learning, it can affect impulse control. control."the surgeon general's worries the spike in e- cigarettes could threaten 50-years of progress in controlling tobacco use. and advertisers have found ways to make them especially attractive to young people." "it tasted exactly like green apple jolly ranchers."16 year old tyra nicolay says she started using e-cigarettes three years ago because they
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flavors that reminded us of ice cream and smoothies." geoffrey gibson owns a vape shop in washington. he says new regulations could do more harm than good. "there's a lot of people who changed their lifestyle using cigarette vaporizers to not smoke anymore and if we keep going this way were not gonna have an alternative."and gibson points out it's against the law to sell to minors. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. u-s health officials say this is the w y as of november 5th...there are more than 28-hundred cases across the county. arkansas and iowa have the worst outbreaks.and states that have more than 100 cases include indiana, illinois, massachusetts and oklahoma. wisconsin has seen fewer than fifty cases. mumps is a contagious disease caused by a virus spread through saliva and mucus. 3 falling is one of the greatest dangers for the elderly. a new study finds that measuring
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likely to happen. research in the journal neurlogy says higher levels of activity in the front section of the brain are associated with a greater risk of falling. 3 scientists are backing up the theory that yoga is good for your health. a study from the european society of cardiology found practicing yoga reduced blood pressure in patients with slightly elevated levels, among other health benefits. the insurance institute for highway safety is out with its list of this year it's shining the light on a new requirement. cbs' craig boswell explains. natscrash tests on the major factor in determining the safety of a vehicle.nats but this year the insurance institute for highway safety says better headlights are also necessary to make it's annual top safety list."we've raised the bar for auto manufacturers" "you have to have headlamps
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acceptable job of lighting up the road ahead of you at night."iihs president adrian lund says lighting can help prevent a crash.here's the view from a high rated headlight where potential obstacles are visible... compared to a vehicle that received a poor headlight rating.of some 200 vehicles tested thirty-eight received the top honor of safety pick plus - toyota/lexus had the most models followed by honda and its acura division.."are cars safer now more than ever before?" "absolutely"automatic emergency braking is part of the reason why. it's now standard in more than 20 models.motor trend's chris clonts says two years ago when the iihs made auto braking part of their safety criteria - car companies quickly added it. he believes they'll do the same with improved headlights. headlights."when consumers are asked they say safety is one of their top priorities"and you don't have to break the nk to buy safety.the iihs
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craig boswell cbs news washington. delta airlines is considering bringing back free meals in coa. coach.the complimentary meals will be available on delta flights from new york to california.continental airlines was the last major carrier to serve free meals in the main cabin...that was six years ago. the testing period ends next week. but no word if the free meals will continue or expand to other flights. 3 you'll soon be seeing more starbucks locations popping up in your area. starbucks fifty percent over the nex five years. that means an added 12-thousand new shops world-wide. starbucks is also working on its product...saying it will add more specialty coffee cars by 20-21. we're right in the middle of the busy holiday shopping season and that can mean long lines at the mall and department stores. stores."foursquare" took a look at the best times to go shopping to avoid the crowds. they say monday, thrusday and friday are generally the least busy. but it does depend on
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tuesday afternoons are best...for big-box stores try friday morning. the quietest time to shop for food is friday night. and remember shopping local at your corner store is always a welcome option for that local business owner in your neighborhood.
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today...cloudy. occasional flurries. highs in the upper 20s. west winds 15 to 30 mph. feels like temps in the single digits most of the day. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows near 20. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. west winds 5 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. west winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the lower 20s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday night...snow likely. snow accumulations likely. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. highs in the upper 20s. sunday night...mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. lows around 18. monday...partly sunny. a 30 percent chance of light snow in the morning. highs in the lower 20s. today...cloudy. occasional flurries. highs in the upper
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digits most of the day. tonight...mostly cloudy. lows near 20. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. west winds 5 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. west winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 40 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the lower 20s. southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. saturday night...snow likely. snow accumulations likely. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. highs in the upper 20s. sunday night...mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. lows around 18. monday...partly sunny. a 30 percent chance of light snow in the morning. highs in the lower 20s.
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the city was trying to mimic new york city's rockefeller center tree display...and ended up with this lopsided, scraggly looking thing. images of charlie brown's tree come to mind when you see the 88-foot tree with a missing top and a bit of lean to it. the internet has obviously had a lot of fun with this one. but hey...when it's lit up...it's not so bad.
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3 "open" 3 a wintry, biting wind is producing some of the coldest conditions of the season today. and the wind is only the beginning of the wintry weather we'll see this weekend. a ready weather update is just ahead. 3 but we begin tonight with breaking news...the death of an american hero. john glenn, the astronaut who first american to orbit the earth in 1962, has died in ohio at the age of 95. glenn was one of the seven original mercury 7 astronauts....and after his career as a space pioneer, glenn went on to become a republican senator in his native ohio..only to return to space at age 77 to study the affects of aging. president-elect donald trump sent a tweet today, saying glenn "was a hero and inspired generations of future
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more on the life of john glenn on the cbs evening news with scott pelley at 5-30. 3 here in milwaukee, police are investigating a violent incident that's both shocking and heartbreaking. heartbreaking. a man and a woman shot as they slept and children were in the next room.its shaken up folks who call this northwest neighborood safe. safe.cbs 58's amanda devoe is live at 107th and appleton with more...amanda? neighbors tell me they heard the couple was sleeping when talked to some people who have lived on this block for decades... and they say nothing like this has ever happened here an quiet neighborhood, turned upside down early this morning. "totally surprised." police found a man and woman shot dead in their bedroom around 1:30 thursday morning in a home near the intersection of west appleton and florist. according to neighbors, officials found two children in the next room.
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something like that, they're heartless. anytime you can shoot a man and a woman in bed with the kids right in the next room, they're heartless and they need to be incarcerated."anthony walker has lived in this area for years and monitors any unusual behavior that may happen. antho: anthony:"our neighborhood is safe, it's secure. all of the neighbors know each other. we look out for each other. something like this has never happened in over 15 years over here." barbara burgardt has called this area home for 30 years.barbara: "totally, totally, uncharacteristic of this neighborhood. the most exciting things that happen are the traffic."neighbors say the family seemed friendly and were often seen outside with their children. as the family tries to wrap their minds around what happened, neighbors say they plan to remain vigilant.anthony walker "we hope to god that it never happens again and we're going to do our best to help the authorities try find out and figure out who did this and

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