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partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy ing blowow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to mph. dnesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs nd readings14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. . friday...cloudy. chance of light w in the morning...then snow likely in the ternoon. not as cold. light snow accumulations. highs around 20. chance of snow 70 percent. 3 3 roads are still slick in
treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may still be snow covered. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this morning along i-94 eb has been pushed to next week due to the cold temps. new this morning...one person is dead and three others are hurt after a bad crash in kenos. kenosha.it happened along 1-94 at highway 1-42... around 11 last night. night.according to the kenosha county sheriffs department--- a woman driving a volkswagon ?spun out? and crashed into the median.then a van hit her car.the woman in the volkswagon died at the scene. the three people in the van... were taken to a local hospital with ?moderate to serious injuries.? the southbound lanes of 1-94 we?closed? after the - bucrash-
now to a developing story... police are trying to figure ouwho shot and killed a 15- year-old girl last nig on milwaukee's north side. it happened at a home near 35th an cbs 58's julie parise is live in the newsroom.... with the latest on the investigation. family members tell us melanie johnson was inside her kitchen yesterday just before six o clock. police say that's when bullets flew threw the kitchen window, hitting and killing her. johnson.her family says she lives at home with her mother and siblings.she went to john marshall school in milwaukee. milwaukee police do not believe this was a drive by attack or that melanie was the target -- but they arent sure. at this point, police don't have a motive or information on a suspect in this shooting. we spoke last night with melanie's sister.she says her sister is just the latest victim to a violence problem here in milwaukee. put the guns down. theres too many kids losing their life with nonsense violence. put the guns down, pleasegive
johnson's sister says she spoke to menie ju hours before she was killed. and she doesn't believe her sister has any enemies.the famly urges anyone with information to come forwardlive in the wsroomm jp cbs 58 he escaped homelessness... only to fall victim to ?violence.? anthony sanders: it'll do but this is nothing you would wish on anybody anybody 3 44-year-old "anthony sanders"... was a living example of in the past year-- since we first him living under a bridge.. he had secured housing--- but he was ?also? known to take people in... and that ?have? put him in harm's way. police say... they've arrested a 31-year-old woman for fatally stabbing him during an argument at his home over the weekend.it would have been his first christmas in awhile.. under his own roof. 3 a second person is charged in the murder of a racine woman whose body was found in a dumpster behind a grocery store. 31-year-old myquette johnson is charged as an
ocber.according to the criminal complaint... harry fumich -- the man charged in cantwell's murder asked johnson to tell cantwell that he wanted to talk to her... and to distract cantwe's boyfend.the complaint ys johnson saw fumich strangling cantwell with a cord... wrap her in a bedspread nd tie it with a sheet.the complaint says a third person helped move cantwell's body to the dumpster behind sunshine supermarket. 3 looking ahead now...a milwaukee man charged with the murder of three of his neighbors ...is expected to be in court today for a competen hearing march -- dan popp asked people in his apartment building near 92nd and beloit where they were from -- then shot and killed three of them.attorneys for dan popp have ?challenged? a doctor's finding that their client is now mentally capabl to stand trial. popp faces three counts of first degree intentional homicide and one count of attempted homicide. 3 the two waukesha girls charged for the slender man attacks will be tried separately. morgan geyser and anissa weier are accused with stabbing their classmate in 20-14 to
"slender man the girls were 12 years old at the time.yesterday.... a competency report was given to the court for geyser...that report was sealed with the stipulation that the two girls be tried separately.the girls will be tried in in adult court.they've pleaded not guilty by reasoof mental disease or defect.the trial dates have not been set yet. bed bugs have invaded a milwaukee county services building... again.milwaukee county officials say a dog detected bed bugs inse the "marcia coggs center" in downtown milwaukee. the building dealt with the same problem just over a year ago. last night-- we saw crews with batzner pest control unloading equipment to go inside the building and begin the extermination process.the county says it found out late last week that a small number of bed bugs were found in an isolated area of the center. the building-- at 12th and vliet-- houses several health and human services government agencies. a county spokesperson tells us bed bug reports are common in public spaces... and often come in
saying-- "the county has an active pest control contract.. so that we can both take pro- ve measures to prevent these occurrences.. and respond quickly when remediation is needed."we're told the coggs building remains safelyopen to employees and the public. for ways to protect yourself from bed bugs in public places -- click on newslinks at cbs 58 dot com. 3 wisconsin's presidential election ?recount? is officially over... and state election officials confirm donald trump won wisconsin.now the president-elect will be in west allis as part ofh tour.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from the wisconsin state fairgrounds with a closer look. kyle? set up for president elect trump's trip will resume later on this morning. we're learning more about who will attend the tour tonight. that will include. governor scot walker, house speaker paul ryan, senator ron johnson . this trip has been planned for about a week now.... but it comes just a little more than 24 hours after wisconsin
thousand votes total... and increased trump's margin of victory by 131 votes.something trump is likely going to address tonight.going into the recount state offiicals didn't expect the outcome to be any differnt....but some questioned whether the tabulating machines were at risk for outside hacks... and officials addresed that yesterday. "we found no evidence of any hack in terms of our computer infrastructure was no evidence that the numbers reported had anything to do with a hack of our technology" doors open at 4... and rally starts tonight at 7.live in west allis. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news.
seattle seahawks has a lot of fans hopeful about the playoffs.after losing four straight... the packers turned it around to win three in a row. row.the defense has been better in each game and picked off five "russell wilson" passes in the frigid conditions at lambeau.head coach mike mccarthy says that has alot to do with having healthy bodies.the secondary has been a little short- staffed for most of the season. still, they find themselves on the outside looking in... and that's what mccarthy stressed. simplify things in your life. especially when you're the leader for your football team. we've made it real simple. we've talked about this time and time again. if we get ten wins, then let's talk about the playoffs. until then, it's all white noise." noise." the packers head to soldier field to play the 3-and-10 chicago bears this sunday. "sargento foods" is celebrating another year of the ?touchdowns for charity? program...with a check presentation and green bay packers celebration this morning.during football season "sargento" donates one-
the packers score. volunteers..partne rs...sponsors...and donors are invited to attend the tailgate event as a thank you for their support.its this morning from 8:30 until 11 at the hunger task force warehouse on hawley court. still ahead in national news... a bomb threat forces a flight to ground. ground.and... two officers are shot in georgia. details on the suspect coming up. 3 3 a live look over.....on the
forecast...today...colder. partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly around 13. west winds 10o 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs around 6. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill
and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this morning along i-94 eb has been pushed to next week due to the cold temps.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from 3 in national news...two police officers are hurt after they were shot during a traffic stop in lavonia, georgia. according to the lavonia police chief- one officer was shot in the shoulder and the other was shot in the hand and . leg.the officers were arresting the driver after pulling over a stolen car when the shooting happened. according to the chief...both
st. mary's sacred heart hospital was on lockdown as officers serached for the suspect... who has since been caught. the suspect is in custody, but has not been identified, firefighters in springfield, tennessee are calling it the worst tragedy they've seen. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a house fire that killed four children . yesterday.all of the children who died were under the age of ten.an adult man was able to escape, but he is now hospitalized in critical condition.fire officials say the man may have tried to go back in the burning house to save the kids.an eight year old girl is in stable condition.the mother, brittany crayton, and two her chdren escaped without injuries.crayton was arrested two months ago on six counts of child abuse and neglect. 3 a bomb threat forces a lufthansa airliner to make an emergency landing in new york. officials say the flight was en route from houston, texas to germany.. when the bomb threat was made to the corporate office.after learning of the threat... the pilot opted to land the plane
airport.more than 500 passengers were evacuated.. and shuttled to the terminal. port autrity police say a k-9 team searched the plane. all luggage and cargo was being checked as well. an ohio judge has set a date for the ?retrial? of a former police officer accused of killing a black driver. driver.ray tensing is charged with ?murder? and ?voluntary manslaughter? in the shooting death of "sam du-bose."the former university of cincinnati police officer cl. he shot dubose after being dragged by his car during a traffic stop in 20-15. prosecutors say... ?video? sp month-- a hamilton county judge declared a ?mistrial?... after a jury spent more than 25 hours deliberating--- but could ?not? come to a unanimous decision. 3 funeral services were held last night for former n-f-l player "joe mcknight."mcknight was ?shot to death? during a road rage incident outside new orleans this month.the suspect--- "ronald gass-er" has been charged with ?manslaughter.?police say... gass-er ?admitted? to shooting mcknight.. after the two men got into a car chase. still ahead...your chance to take home a piece of music
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in entertainment news.. of h-g-t-v's most popular couples -- tarek and christina el moussa -- have reportedly split after seven years of marriage.the couple are the stars of "flip or flop" and married in 2009. 2009.they have two kids-- six-year-old daughter taylor and one-year-old son brayden. the couple made a statement to people magazine that reads:"we had an unfortunate misunderstanding about six months ago.. and the police were called to our house in an abundance of caution.there was no violence and no charges were filed." the pair said they are currently evaluating
professionally and in the best interest of their children. 3 a rare guitar-- owned by jimi hendrix-is one of a number of items set to go on auction... as part of bonham's annual entertainment sale on thursday. the epi-phone acoustic guitar-- which hendrix purchased second-hand for $25 dollars in new york city-- is expected to sell for between 100-thousand to -150- thousand dollars.other items on auction include a customade cloud 93... a flamboyant jacket worn on stage by rolling stone keith richard in 19-67... rare beatles self-portrait caricatures signed by the band... and a bosendorfer piano played by queen's freddie mercury. 3 the stars of the hit show..."stranger things" reacted with glee yesterday... to hearing their series was nominated for a golden globe no. nomination.caleb mclaughlin... finn wolf-hard... gaten mata-razzo... and noah schnapp
when the newcame in that their show was nominated for best drama series. winona ryder was also nominated for best actress in a drama series. the super-natural drama has been renewed for a second season.. which will premiere in 2017. 3( (can't wait to see it! i'm a big fan of the show.if you haven't seen it... this week is a good one to ?binge watch? any show... inside... because it's cold out there!and temps are only going down from here...jessica is in the weather center with micahel for an update on the forecast. chat... ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???))
partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs around 6. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. .
and overpasses. no major closures are planned it's almost hard to imagine just how many toys... 30- thousand dollars will buy you. well...this might give you a better idea.the general manager at a walmart in gaston county, north carolina says a gentleman called the store and said hnt 30-thousand dollars on toys. but he made it clear.. he wanted to remain anonymous. whole pallets of toys....baby dolls, board games, basketballs and bicycles... were taken to gaston county social services... and now...thanks to that generous man... more than 500 families will wake up on december 25th with gifts.
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now at 5:30 - parts of the country are waki up to bone- temperatures.including us.grab your coffee michael has your full forecast in just a few nutes. 3 plus ... a milwaukee teen is shot and killed inside her own home.now the is sechon for the shooter. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads may still be slick in spots...pn ahead...the late on your tuesday morning drive is cong up next in ready affic. good morning everyone.it's tuesday, december 13-th. you are waking up to some brutal tempers outside.
want to grab an extra layer today... especially if you'll spend any time outside!grab the thick coat, too. 3 tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist michael schlesinger. hey michael . 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz)) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudylows around 2. west nd patchy blowing snow. highs . around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs around 6. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. . friday...cloudy. chance of light snow in the morning...then snow likely in the afternoon. not as cold. light snow accumulations. highs around 20. chance of
freezing cold temperatures... are gripping much of the country-- including right he in southeastern wisconsin.and forecasters predict... this could be one of the coldest seasons in years. hena daniels has the details. a surge of arctic air is spreading dangerously cold temperatures from the northern plains into new england. winter storm warnings have been issued for states from southern wisconsin to as far (sot/mon0219)we have all hands for a storm like this, whether its 10 hours or 36 hours, we will have everyone in (track/mon0038)heavy snow and freezing rain caused treacherous driving conditions fromhe great lakes to the northeast. (track/mon0230)in gorham, maine one person died after icy conditions caused an
traffic and collide with a dump truck. ((sot/dan jones, gorham police chief/mon0230) "slow down, the roads are slick and if you feel you have traction until you don't, and then by the time you lose it, it's too late." (nats/mon0325/01)shoveling (track/mon0325)much of the midwest is digging out after some areas received over ten inches of snowfall. (sot/elesha ellwanger the painted fox owner/:40)we knew it was coming so, people were prepared, had their shovels//it's all part of the fun...gets you in the spirit of the holidays(track) that storm system is just the beginning. parts of the country will see wind-chills that regisr 30 degrees below next batch moving in wednesday through friday in the northern tier of the u-s and the harshest of it moving down to new england by the end of this week (track)forecasters expect the coldest weather of the season to move into the region this weekendhena daniels cbs news 3 forecasters say... the snow and cold aren't going away anytime soon--- unlike ?last year? when the region had record warmth. 3 a 55-year-old man collapses while shoveling snow and later died at the hospital.
found the man outside his house on 23rd and keefe yesterday. police brought him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.last year cbs 58 reported on five snow shoveling deaths in the milwaukee area.this is the first reported death relating to the snow this season. 3 to stay up to date on the latest weather alerts and track winter weather... just download the cbs 58 mobile weather app. it's free for android and i-phones. new this morning-- a milwaukee man was taken to the hospital after an overnight shooting. it happened around 12:30 this morning ... in a home near north 4th and west center streets in milwaukee. police say several people got into a fight...and during the dispute ...the suspect shot a 49- year-old man. he was taken to the hospital for a non-life threatening injury.police say they have several leads on a potential suspect. the investigation is on-going. now to a ?developing? story on milwaukee's north side--- a ?teenager? shot to death. death.melanie johnson was shot and killed while inside her family's home just before dinnertime yesterday. police are still searching for
cbs 58's julie parise is liv in the studio with the latest on the investigation. o'clock last night when police say bullets flew threw the kitchen window at melanie johnson's home near 35th and silver spring. she was hit and killed -- the rest of her family was inside but not hurt. this is 15-year-old melanie johnson.her family says she lives at home with her mother and siblings.she went to john marshall school in milwaukee. milwaukee police do not believe this was a drive by attack or that melanie was the target -- but they at this point, the investigation is in the early stages.we did speak last night with melanie's sister.she says she spoke to her hours before she was killed. she was awesome. a gemini, like me. of course thats why we got along so well. she was..t was...perfect johnson's sister says she spoke to melanie just hours before she was killed. and she doesn't believe her sister has any enemies.the famly urges anyone with information to
looking ahead this morning ... it will be a busy day for president elect donald trump. he's expected to announce his pick for secretary of state at some point today....and then tonight, he'll be in west allis to thank those who voted for him.. him..cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from wisconsin state fair park with a preview. kyle? the exposition center here at state fair park is expected to be packed tonight with state offiicals like govenor scott walker, house speaker paul ryan, and senator ron johnson....... but as you said, trump is expected to announce his decision who will be secretary of state.several sources tell cbs news that trump has settled on exxon-mobil ceo rex tillerson for that position. tillerson, who has no government experience...is expected to face an uphill climb in gaining senate confirmation...given his close ties to russian president vladimir putin.meanwhile -- members of trump's transition team are framing tillerson's international business ties as
plus. sen. angus king / -i- maine: "the fact that mr. tillerson seems to have such deep relationships, both business and personal, in russia and with putin, himself, is a real question that's going to have the be addressed in depth at his confirmation hearings." anthony scaramucci / trump transition team member: "he's doing business on six of the seven continents. my guess is that mr. tillerson has relationships with most of the heads of state in those areas." areas."yesterday trump postponed a press conference address plans for his business dealings...but he did take to twitter overnight to write: two of my children, don and eric, plus executives, will manage them. no new deals will be done during my term(s) in office. but again, president elect trump will be here at the exposition center tonight. doors open at 4 and the event scheduled to begin at 7.live in west allis. kyle aeveann. cbs 58 news. 3 3
((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today...colder. partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold.
winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. . friday...cloudy. chance of light snow in the morning...then snow likely in the afternoon. not as cold. light snow accumulations. hiar snow 70 percent.
overnight.the traffic switch planned for thmorning along i-94 eb has been pushed to next week due to the cold temps.drivers take note that the water st. now to a cbs 58 exlusive. it's said it takes a village to raise a child-- sussex to bring one safely in to the world. a waukesha county family honored firefighters and dispatchers who helped deliver their son. october 17th was always going to be hunter mastalir's birthday-- mom was set to be induced at 7 am--but just before 3 am... it was clear he was coming early... so dad called 9-1-1.and at 3:14 am-- sheriff's deputies, firefighters and e-m-ts helped deliver the baby. 3 chief tony emanuele:18-:28
go on but this was one of them that makes us feel like this is why we do the job. this is worth it. this makes it worth i. it. the fire chief himself also responded to this call. call. 3 coming up ... buying gifts? there's still time to ship presents, but the deadline is coming soon. details in money watch.
c-b-s 58 news time i5:... on this................. morning. welcome back to the c-b-s 58 morning news. in your moneywatch report ... this holiday season -- the united states postal service plans to deliver 750 million packages.that's 12-percent ?higher? than last year. year.there's still time to get gifts delivered by christmas--- but the deadline to ship is coming up fast. mary moloney has the important details. this holiday season -- the united states postal service expects to deliver roughly 16 billion cards -- letters --
get those presents under the tree-- there are some deadlines you need to know.get your packages to the post office by thursday.that's if you want the standard ground delivery.fedex has a friday deadline for the standard ground service.ups gives you a couple extra days.you have until next mony -- the 19th -- for it's 3 day select.if you still need time to shop -- e three major carriers will deliver the week leading into christmas.but it'll cost you more.get to the post office -- fedex-- or 23rd to beat santa.the week of christmas -- be prepared to wait in long lines with others trying to beat the clock.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. 3 3 3
actor "chris pratt" just made an appearance at a california marine corps ?air station?... for a screening of his new film "passengers." "passengers." pratt did red carpet interviews before the screening yesterday.he also met with hundreds of fans -- signing autographs, posing for pictures, and meeting service members and their families. mos: "coming out here and high- fiving everybody and talking to us and taking time to sign my hat. it's awesome." reporter: "what's it say?"mos: wishes, god bless - chris pratt" pratt." pratt expressed gratitude for the men and women of america's military and for the chance to meet some of them. it's tuesday and that means we at cbs 58 continue our partnership with the wisconsin humane society... bringing attention to animals in need of homes in our area..dezarae jones-hartwig-- from the humane society's milwaukee
a germantown couple -- proudly shed off their ?light display? last night. working on it since ?halloween.?30-thousand lights... a nativity scene... even an inflatable merry go round. if you want to check it out--- the home is on "jefferson lane" in germantown--- just north of the intersection of pilgrim and donges bay. 3
((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast... today...colder. partly suy in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold.
winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. . friday...cloudy. chance of light snow in the morning...then snow likely in the afternoon. not as cold. light snow accumulations. highs around 20. snow 70 percent.
children's hospital doctor dave margolis started "rocks for a reason." if people make an 85-dollar donation to the hospital... he'll send them a rock. "people do like the idea of helping others. i think tt's very poignant during the holiday season that people are willing to click, share view, and then donate." donate." 3 since the initiative launched last week.... more than 150 people across the country have donated 16-thousand dollars. we've got information on how you cadonate on our website cbs 58 dot com. 3 3 3 3
i'm julie parise... 3 i'm kyle aevermann 3 good morning.it's tuesday, december 13-th. 13-th.thanks for joining us! we'll get to your top stories in two minutes. minutes. but first-- we need to prepare you for the temps outside this morning.you need to bundle up big time!meteorologist michael schlesinger is tracking the drop in temps... and traffic anchor andy brovelli is here to reinforce the luxury of a seat warmer on days like this! 3 3