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i'm julie parise...bitter cold 3 3 bitter cold 3 i'm kyle aevermannpresident elect trump makes a stop in the badger state.... but not everyone is happy about it. details straight ahead. 3 spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... 3 good morning.it's wednesday, decmeber 14-th. 14-th.thanks for joining us!we have a lot coming up for you this half hour...but the big story is the bitter cold temperatures we're all waking up to! 3 so just how cold will it get?
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meteorologist justin thompson gee...to give us an update. 3 3 chat... 3 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursdaytoday: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind tonight: clear and cold. lows below-zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: -150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s.
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3 cbs 58's julie parise is live at a warming center this morning.she joins us now from repairers of the breach in milwaukee.julie? 3 this time of year big demand for warming centers like this one. it's open for shelter for those who need a warm place to stay during this cold snap. repairers on the breach is a daytime shelter for milwaukee's homelesswhen it gets this cold, they stay open overnightwith limited warming shelters in our area, they are expecting a big crowd to help support the warming shelter, you can donate blankets, pillows and
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or money. live in milwaukee jp cbs 58
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3 new this morning-- waukesha police make several arrests at ?massage businesses.? businesses.?they happened at these four locations.waukesha police say... they got an ?anonymous tip? through crime stoppers about ?prostitution and human trafficking? at these places.police say... an investigation ?verified? some of the crimes.investigators searched three of the residence...and made multiple arrests.evidence was also taken.the investigation is ongoing...but is being delayed due to a language barrier. a sheboygan man is facing felony terrorism charges after posting about school shootings on his facebook page. after days of threatening posts...a tipster alerted poilce. it started december 10th.21 year old joshua bagemehl posted about his desire to own assau style rifle. later...he posted that a school shooting in sheboygan
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a picture of his new assault rifle. when police searched his home...they found ammunition and handwritten notes onhow to handcraft weapons...and how to execute a "hostile" takeover. bagemehl was arrested without incident, tellling police he was just trying to get a reaction and might not have been taking his meds when he made the posts. he now faces three and a half years in prison..and a ten thousand dollar fine. 3 now to a developing story... there's a new push to mandate outside investigations of jail deaths... much like the state law that applies to deadly officer -nvolved shootings. shootings.the milwaukee introduce the resolution this week... in response to ?four deaths? at the milwaukee county jail this year... including an infant born to an inmate.and county executive chris abele says he supports the idea of outside help. "i'm not sure how much legally we can mandate it. i think state statute is sort of ambiguous about that. but i think everybody can agree, four deaths in jail in a relatively short period is something that does demand acco" accountability."
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a county board sub-committee will consider the proposal at a meeting tomorrow.board members say they've invited sheriff david clarke.is office is investigating three of the jail deaths. the police department is investigating the fourth. 3 sheriff clarke responded by saying the county board of supervisors who brought forth the resolution... quote-- "should focus not on criminals but on a remedy dealing with the 217 opiate related deaths that have reached the level of a crisis in milwaukee. apparently that is too daunting for them .. so they create fake news to divert milwaukee's common council passes an ordinance to repair lead service lines... and the city will be picking up most of the tab. tab.the city will pay about two-thirds of the cost--- leaving homeowners to pay the remaining third or a maximum of 16-hundred dollars. homeowners could pay the costs over ?10 years.?the city says... it will start replacing lead service lines at 385 day care facilities.the city has 70-thousand lead services lines that need to be replaced. 3 mayor tom barrett says he's pleased with the common council's vote.in a statement
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continues to move forward in the fight against lead. i'm thankful for the council's support and the hard work being put into this effort by city departments." a show of appreciation from president-elect donald trump ...as he continued his post-election "thank you tour" in west allis...last night.in true wisconsin fashion... he was given a packers jersey with the number '45' on the back.vice president elect mike pence was givean aaron rodgers jersey.cbs 58's david ade was inside...and has a break down of trump's visit. president-elect donald trump is the first republican presidential candidate to win wisconsin since ronald regan back in 1984.he told a crowd here at state fair park they were a big reason why. why. trump: 1:25 one main reason, thank you to people of wisconsin.a large rally one of the trademarks of donald trump's presidential campaign returned to wisconsin tuesday night.-trump trump trump nat- with milwaukee county sheriff david clarke
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allies wisconsin governor scott walker -46:55 wisconsin led the way this last november november and house speaker paul ryan -nat-51:35 this is amazing trump spoke to some of the people who helped him take wisconsin on election nighta winconfirmed yesterday following a statewide recount.trump: 1:01:45 "recount"trump announced he wants exxon mobil c-e-o rex tillerson to hold the most prominent spot in his cabinent secretary of state tillerson was not with trump in west allisbut tillerson's nomination has some republicans concerned because of his ties to russia. trump countered that saying tillerson will be a fierce advocate for american interests.trump: 16:34 rex is friendly with many of the leaders around the world, many people don't like that...cause i like what this is all about about trump re-affirmed some campaign promiseslike rebuilding infrastructure defeating isis and building a
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allisdavid ade cbs 58 news. while the exposition center at state fair park was filled with trump supporters, not everyone was happy with the president elect's visit. visit.a few dozen protesters marched outside in the bitter cold.. to object his visit and his future presidency. presidency.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live in studio with more about what they had to say. kyle? 3 3 the protesters were only outside for about an hour or so because of how cold it was, but they wanted to make sure their voices were heard. ?4 secs nats? nats?chanting and holding signs that said things like not my president , demonstrators yelled at those headed in to hear the president elect speak.the demonstration was organized by the milwaukee coalition against trump.protesters say they feel like trump supports hate.. jacob flom?milwaukee coalition
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are the ideas of the past and we say in milwaukee coalition against trump that his ideas have no idea in our future. jerry, protester 05;49;00 just to express my feelings. i don't expect to win over anybody who's going in to see him. it's their rights. it's my right to express my views and to protest. 3 coming up in our next half hour, you'll hear from some of trump's supporters.... plus hear what protesters say they plan on doing during trump's inauguration.live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 coming up...remebering alan the 80's sitcom star.
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no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. maybe. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal. sorry, santa.
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and get $500 back while it lasts.
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wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s.wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm
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today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s. ((???1:30 seconds??))
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3 hollywood is mourning the sudden passing of alan thicke. t-m-z is reporting thicke had a heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son. son.thicke-- most famous for his role as "jason seaver" on the 80's sitcom "growing pains"-- was also a composer... and recently appeared on the netflix reboot..."fuller house."he was also a frequent guest on talkshows and game shows. thicke is survived by his three sons... including singer robin... and his wife.he was
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reaction to thicke's death has been pouring in overnight. packers legend donald driver is among those reacting.he writes "i'm deeply saddened by the ssing of my friend ala thicke. my heart hurts. love you man.. #r-i-p alan thicke #memories for life." 3 still ahead...we tell you where you can hit the slopes today!and ...why the opening day is even more special this year. and i'm michael schlesinger.... you're watching schlesinger....
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tonight will be the coldest night of the season so far. and we want to make sure you're prepared! including-- in your own home. cbs 58's michael schlesinger talks with the experts about making sure you don't have burst pipes this time tomorrow morning.
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a big change for skiers and riders today....wilmot mountain opens today with new owners and ?major renovations. renovations.vail resorts took over wilmot during the summer and immediately set to work with 13 million dollars of retions.the new owners put in three new four-person chairlifts...significantly changed the base area ...including a new ski school building with a magic carpet also a new terrain park and 56 new snow making guns.you can see it starting today at 10 a-m. if you're not familiar...wilmot is about 20 miles west of kenosha near the wisconsin-illinois border. 3 coming up--- operation christmas drop!see
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chat...((???2:00 seconds??)) wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursdaytoday: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph
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day. wind chills: 00 to -200. tonight: clear and cold. lows below-zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: -150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s. wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 h making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight:
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zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at 3 3 roads are still slick in spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... roadways may still be snow covered. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned
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3 3 rain or shine...the u-s air force is ready this week for "operation christmas drop. " ""santa 62" delivers gifts to islands of the federated states of "micro a mission to ?spread goodwill and holiday cheer.? cheer.? "operation christmas drop" actually drops critical supplies to more than 50 islands.25 tons of goods will be delivered this year.the boxes are dropped from heights of roughly 200 to 300 feet ... they parachute down to the islanders below. 3 coming up at 6:30...a presidential "bromance." the internet has had a blast with
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joe biden's friendship. now their wives are weighing in! 3
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winter weather is slamming much of the country. you're waking up to some dangerously cold temperatures here. a windchill advisory has been issued for tonight for ?all? counties in our area. we're talking feels like
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negative-25. and this is just the beginning. justin thompson gee has your full forecast in just a few minutes. plus ... president elect trump stops in our area. hear from both his supporters and protesters coming up...and 3 3 3 3 3 3 continue to use caution out on the roadways...they may still be slick in spots...an update on your wednes commute wednesday morning commute is coming up next in ready traffic. 3 good morning, everyone. it's wednesday december 14th. if you're just waking up ..bundle up ?big time? before heading out ... it's dangerously cold o. outside.so cold...a wind chill advisory has been issued for tonight. 3 3 tracking our forecast is meteorologist justin thompson
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((30 second tease 15 seconds ah) ahead))wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursdaytoday: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200. tonight: clear and cold. lows below-zero. breezy with a chills: -150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s.
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parts of the central u-s... is moving east.?we? are bracing for temperatures 20-degrees below normal this week here in the midwest. and new england could see record-breaking low temperatures by tomorrow. here at a home -- a local shelter is opening its doors overnight for those who need a warm place to stay. 3 cbs 58's julie parise is live at repairers of the breach. they're expecting a large crowd during this cold snap. julie? 3 to help support the warming shelter, you can donate blankets, pillows and pillowcases, winter clothing or money. live in milwaukee jp
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make sure you're ready for the weather with our free app! you can download the cbs 58 ready weather app... for an hour-by-hour forecast. it's free for both apple and android. 3 donald trump thanked wisconsin voters by making a post-election stop in west alli. allis.in true wisconsin fashion... he was given a packers jersey with the number '45' on the back. cbs 58's
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3 -joined by mike pence and former foes scott walker paul ryan-re-afirmed campaign promises wall campaign promises wall military 3 defeat isis-talked about his secretary of state pick saying tillerson will be a fierce advocate for american ins intereststrump thanked wisconsin for putting him over the top on election night president-elect donald trump: i'm here for one main reason to say thank you to the people of wisconsin. incredible people.cheering fades fades-trump also spent more than 20 minutes telling the story of his emotional roller
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st but says he watched as the map slowly turned red throughout trump's visit to wisconsin was ?not? welcomed by everyone.cbs 58's ?kyle aevermann? joins us live in the studio to show you the protests. only a couple dozen people gathered in the cold outside of state fair park to protest president elect trump. they held signs that read not my president, and chanted things like "love, not hate, makes america protesters say they feel like trump's agenda has been filled with bigotry and hate towards certain groups.they plan march and protest during his inaugeration in janurary...... but those who support him say, they have faith that trump will unite the country, and will hold him responsible. jacob flom?milwaukee coalition against trump " the majority of people in this country do not stand for trump's agenda and whereever he goes, there's going to be a massive resistance to it. if you look across the country, this is going to happen everywhere.jerry koehler, trump supporter" "i just hope
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gonna do cause that's why i voted for him. because of his campaign speech, the things he said he was gong to do. i will be the first one marching in dc if he doesn't do what he said he's going to do." do."the protesters say they're not giving up hope of stopping trump's agenda. things remained calm during trump's visit last night. no arrests were made. live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. it's just frigid outside right now.justin has your
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wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns
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chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of theek sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns
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((???1:30 seconds??)) 3 3 3 downtown is...mequon rd to the
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the zoo...mequon rd to downtown is... 3 the bromance between president barack obama and v-p joe biden is the real deal.... at least that's what their wives say. the first and second ladies spoke about the pair's special bond to people magazine. michelle obama says biden is the "big brother" her husband never had...and that he finds "real joy" in spending time with him.dr. jill biden says the two "really field day with memes of their imagined conversations.they even have their own hashtag: #brotus. 3 the owner of several mcdonald's locations in mid-
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law enforcement officers to say "thanks." larry peters...says police officers will receive free meals at all of the bay city and freeland locations... indefintely. larry peters, owns several mcdonald's restaurants: :46-:51"with everything going on - we thought it was real important to show our support for our local officers." 3 peters says it's the least he can do since police officers put their lives on the line every day. winter is here! and we want to make sure you're prepared. michael has some tips from an expert. hey michael. 3 you're watching the cbs 58
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is to have your pipes burst or the heat go out. we want to keep you worry free from all of this. this. cbs 58's michael schlesinger is speaking with a plumbing and building expert to help you avoid a major headache!hi, michael.
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3 a wind chill advisory has been issued for southeast wisconsin. meteorologist justin thompson gee has the details. justin?
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pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on fr a the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s.wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to0:00 athursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle teens. windy with s to 30 mph making it feel
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chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on thursday with highs not even getting to 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first ha of saturday. over 6" likely.
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20s. 3 companies use translators all the time in international deals...but now one firm is creating a new kind of translator -- to help decipher emojis.the company says it needs an emoji expert to
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languages.for example, a face with tears in some cultures means laughter, but in other cultures it could mean grief. more than one-hundred people from around the world have applied so far. 3 3 3 your top local stories are coming up...
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it's here's a recap of some of your morning's big stories in news on the go a local shelter is opening its doors to anyone who needs a warm place to stay. more than 30 people took advantage of it overnight. 3 even more took advantage the nigh parise is live at repairers of the breach with an important message. julie? about 36 people came to repairers of the breach here on west vliet street last night for a warm place to stay. the shelter is normally open during the daytime, but opens its doors overnight when the temperature dips below 10 degrees. people here tell us they are grateful to have a place to stay when it gets dangerously cold outside.the shelter is in need of clothing and monetary donations - they rely completely on donations
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and that's your news on the go.. time check now 6:58.. here's meteorologist justin thompson gee with your first alert weather. 3 wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday today: mix of sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the middle th gusts to 30 mph making it feel below-zero all day. wind chills: 00 to -200.tonight: clear and cold. lows below- zero. breezy with a northwest wind 10-20 mph. wind chills: - 150 to -250.rest of the week: sunny and cold on 10 feeling as cold as -20. snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6" likely. slightly warmer as the snow returns
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current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo...mequon rd to downtown is... is... 3 3 3 coming up on cbs this morning a great story for parents. why your child may actually ?crave? your attention but from afar. a psychologist explains what teenagers really want... and the concept of the
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captioning funded by cbs it is wednesday, december 14th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? breaking news. the fragile cease-fire in aleppo collapse. ou risk. the u.n. calls it a complete meltdown of humanity. >> president-elect trump meets silicon valley tech giants today after clashing women during the campaign. plus he defends choosing an oil man for secretary of state. former secretary of state james baker tells us why he likes the choice. re we are alan thicke. the beloved tv dad from "growing pains" who died suddenly of a heart attack. he was just 69.

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