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continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. this is one of those days you really have to limit your time outside. if not...you could put you and your health at risk.cbs 58's michael schlesinger is in front of burbank elementary school. michael...i have a feeling more parents will be ?dropping off? their kids today. like you keep saying, justin, in this weather, you can get frostbite in a half hour. so this is why we all have to be proactive in this extreme cold. today is one of those days you really need thick padding. in
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to protect any exposed skin. hats, gloves, mittens, scarves. don't really need to make a fashion statement today. we had the chance to speak with mps superintendent dr. darienne driver about how the district handles days impacted by the weather. and what goes into making decisions about delays and cancellations (a decision made regionally. our operation officers across se wi come together and make decision to stay open or close schools due to wind chill factors. made on a day by basis based on the weather.) weather.) and as it stands now...there are no delays and cancellations to pass along. but when they do happen...we'll let you know. on air or online. reporting live from milwaukee...ms...cbs 58 news. 3 milwaukee officials are making sure people have a warm place to go in this bitter cold. mayor tom barrett says several . agencies...... including the milwaukee police department... are ready to help people find
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8-19 the homeless outreach team is very active during weather events. they've established relationships with homeless individuals and know typical locations where they know people can help direct them to warming centers and other services." services." 3 if you need to find a warming center... you can call 2-1-1. the call center is open 24 hours a day and will direct you to the closest center. 3 in this brutal cold... you may be tempted to warm up your car before you head out to work or school. but police say you'll want to think twice before in cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us is live in wauwatosa with their warning. kyle? this is the time of year where car thefts go up, because people will warm up their car, while they are still getting ready inside. so to try to prevent those thefts from happening, police have patrols looking for cars warming up. i want to bring in sgt. katie
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coming up in our next half hour, we'll take to the streets and see how the patrols go. live in wauwatosa, kyle aevermann, cbs58 news.
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now to a ?developing? story- -- the body of a "lakeland university student" has been found in a pond at the edge of campus.18-year-old "kaelin oneal" went missing on sunday. sunday.he went to lakeland... to play football.the team had become "family."when dive teams broke the ice on the pond--- team members held their breath.we talked with some of his teammates.they say.... they cant believe he's gone. 10:41"it's real hard it's still unbelievable i still can't even swallow it"14:51 "man he's g so much. this one is a hard one. this one is hard. it feel like we actually lost a brother" brother." the team hopes to be able to travel to north carolina, for o'neal's funeral.police say... they dont think there's anything suspicious about his death. 3 the milwaukee county board of supervisors is asking sheriff david clarke to testify about the deaths that happened at the county jail. julie parise is live in the newsroom...with more on how the board is considering an outside
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problems at the jail. today at a special called meeting, county board supervisors will talk about creating a policy for external investigations of the in-custody deaths at the milwaukee county jail. jail officers are not subject to the same law that sheriff's deputies are when it comes to investigating deaths -- they are under the command of the sheriff. whether or not sheriff clarke shows up to testify today is yet to be seen. but three state lawmakers want to put pressure on governor scott senator chris larsen and assembly members christine snicki and johnathan brostoff say there's a lack of supervision in the jail, which they believe leads to improper intake screening for substance abuse and mental illness.they say that's what's contributed to 4 deaths in the jail this year. 4:37:21-33we've seen no repurcussions for what's happened... we've seen no answers happening and in some cases these deaths have been ruled homicides, and yet there is no investigation
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sheriff clarke responded to the call for his resignation by attacking those lawmakers. the statement he sent cbs 58 news includes specific accusations of unrelated criminal activity against 2 of the 3 lawmakers. we're checking for accuracy before we put clarke's statement on the air. the man charged in a 19-82 murder case.. is expected to be in court today for an evidentiary hearing.that will decide if there's eno evidence to require a trial. prosecutors say 50-year-old jose ferreira killed 13- year-old carrie ann jopek after she rejected his romantic advances. they say he had sex with her after she died.... then buried her under a porch.that's where her body was found more than a year later. ferreira was arrested last year after his wife said he confessed the crime to her. a doctor's report has been submitted... and ferreira has been ordered "fit" to stand trial.. for second degree murder. a beauty shop worker ?pepper sprayed?... and ?attacked with a broom? in milwaukee.
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and two women robbed the 'cosmo beauty supply' on capitol between 60-th and fond du lac.it happened last tuesday.the worker confronted one of them for ?shoplifting.? that's when she was pepper sprayed... and hit with shovels as the three made their getaway.investigators think this group robbed another "cosmo beauty supply" at lisbon and north. 3 a beauty school instructor is in hot water... charged with sexually assaulting one of his students.jose martinez, the third -- pleaded not guilty in was an instructor at the vici beauty school in glendale-- when a student says he made unwanted sexual advances toward her.the defendant's attorney calls the claims baseless... 3 3 "it's still very early. we still don't have all of the facts in front of us. we'll be learning more as we get the police reports." reports." beauty school officials suspended martinez as soon as they heard the allegations... martinez later resigned.he's out of custody on a one- thousand dollar signature bond and is due back in court next month.
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engaging youth and stopping violence...that was the goal of a gathering between milwaukee police officers and young people last night. night.community actvists say the relationship between police and young people is very sour -- and they hope this is a way to start re- bulding that trust.an officer shared his life story. activists hope that helps kids realize police are people too. 9:47:01-15self experience is the biggest thing out there... because they can relate to that. and that's what the officer's telling them... hey i used to be one of you guys understand what you're going through, i understand your concs concerns 3 activists say police-community relations work hand in hand... and hope last night's gathering is one way to strengthen that bond. 3 coming up..should the school year start earlier for milwaukee public school students? the superintendent makes her case. 3 plus--- randomly drug testing students in after-school activities.one school in our area ?already? does it.now a lawmaker wants it to be a
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check this out!surfer mick fanning was photographed catching waves under the northern lights.fanning and his team went to norway just to take this picture.the surfing champion says they waited three whole days.on the third night -- the lights finally appeared. no surfing this time of year. but there might be ?snow surfing?... skiing and snowboarding this weekend. but only if you're brave enough for these bitter cold temperatures! jessica is with meteorologist justin thompson gee to tell us
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3 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) wind chill advisory 10:00 am thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after
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temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph. continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. wind chill
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thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1" expected by temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more
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evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. 3 3 roads are still slick in spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may also be slick.. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this week along i-94 eb has been pushed to next week due to the cold temps.drivt 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.
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a local lawmaker hopes to stop the increase of overdose deaths. he wants random drug testing for students across wis. wisconsin.representative joel kleefisch says heroin and opiates are drugs that are readily available to everyone.. no matter age, race or how much money a person makes. who participates in after-school activities to be tested.. telling us he's hoping to save lives. 9:31:07-26 it's a horrible situation to ask someone to offer a sample for drug testing, but dying from a heroin overdose is more horrible, the only way we can stem the tide is to know who is using and who is selling it to them them 3 there's a smiliar policy at
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hartland has been randomly drug testing students in extra-curriculars for the past few years. today the milwaukee board of school directors will discuss an earlier start date for stude. students.superintendent darienne driver has announced... she would like to implement an ?early august? start date for high schools. ?currently?--- school starts ?after labor day--- but driver says... there are ?clear advantages? to getting the kids adjusted sooner. 3 there are a number of reasons why this malkes sense. in terms of making sufre our students are proficient, making sure theyre not only graduating on time but graduating with options with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful. successful. 3 feedback caused driver to ?amend? her original proposal which was to do an earlier start date ?district wide.? the pay what you can cafe is now officially open in sherman . park.we've been reporting on the soft open of the trickle-bee cafe for a couple of weeks.now its all systems go ...with a mostly vegetarian menu and the mission of making good, healthy food affordable.
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life and give back to the community...supported by diners who can give what they can ...and add some extra from time to time. 3 milwaukee holiday lights festival will resume the jingle bus service tonight.its was cancelled this past weekend because of the snowy conditions. the jingle bus is a 40-minute narrated tour of downtown milwaukee's holiday lights. it takes off from the shops grand avenue... and runs 6- 8:20 pm... thursdays through sundays until december 30-th. it costs one dollar per person. . 3 tonight is "holiday bike night" at motor bar and restaurant.attendees will get a free harley davidson ornament. there are also two-dollar miller lites... raffles and music.the harley davidson museum will stay open late to offer exclusive deals... like free gift wrapping."holiday bike night" is from five until nine. still ahead..a family torn apart...is now back together for the holidays. 3 we tell you how they got their ?big reuinion!?the
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"snow!"-laughs- "snow!"-laughs- 3 devin and her boyfriend not used to milwaukee winters! they're visiting from phoenix, arizona devin tells us... last weekend's storm was the first time she's seen freshly-fallen snow. beautiful. to see it actually fall from the sky, not just on the side of the road." road." 3 nice to see someone who appreciates our wea. weather. i have a feeling if she's
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she's probably ready to get back on the plane and head back to phoenix.i just checked. it's 51 degrees there right now.justin-- that's 50 degrees warmer than milwaukee, isn't it? 3( (toss to weather.. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) wind chill advisory until 10:00 am thursday. watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1"
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temperaturestay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. 3
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spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may also be slick.. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this week 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
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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 of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at lincoln ave.a reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until spring 2017. this will have an impact there is a lot to celebrate for one virginia family this christmas....after a pretty tough few months. months.the ryans were on their way to lynchburg in a cross country move--- but things didn't go as planned... and the family was torn apart. apart.melissa ryan: "we were moving from oregon."and it was just a really great feeling. we were so excited." excited." melissa ryan and her kids-- greg and hailey-- were driving cross-country in august. they
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labradors-- thor and zeus. hailey was chauffering the dogs. but as the family caravan left grayson, kentucky- disaster struck on the highway. hailey's car was hit by a semi. 3 melissa ryan: "and by the time i got back zeus was gone. and he was pinned between two seats" seats."hailey ryan: "i didn't know how to go on-without zeus." zeus." they put out fliers... made multiple calls-- and months passed.then on october 28th... a miracle.ryan received word that a man in kentucky tracked the ryans down through zeus' dog tags. the family says the man found him within a mile of the accident site. 3 3 3
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anchor reaction... stay close...we'll be back after this. 3 we'll leave you with a live look outside on this bitterly cold thursday morning!you're watching the cbs 58 morning
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now at 5:30--- a wind chilll advisory is in affect for ?all? counties in our area. area.with the wind... it's the kind of cold that stings your face! it's brutal out there. the coldest day of the season so far is upon us.and we have you covered during this arctic blast. 3 3 good thursday, december 15-th.this is one of those mornings... we know many of you wan't to pull the covers all the way up... and stay warm in bed.mother nature is packing a one-two pun! punch! bringing heavy winds... and dangerously cold temperatur. temperatures. meteorologist justin thompson gee is tracking the conditions out ..and andy bravelli has a look at the roads. good morning guys. 3 roads are still slick in
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treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may also be slick.. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this week 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 greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))wind chill advisory until 10:00 am thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills
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develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1" expected by morning. temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm tosn accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. 3 and like i said...we have dangerous wind chill temperatures this morning. so you know some parents are making alternative plans for their kids on getting them to school.our michael schlesinger is in front of burbank elementary. michael?
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7:35. and i have a good feeling more cars than usual will be here because of all the cold. and in these conditions...frostbite can set up in a half an hour. this should be a concern for any parent.in th type of weather...you're not trying to make a fashion statement. layer up is really the right thing to do. also...protect any exposed skin. we had the superintendent dr. darienne driver on wednesday and get her take on these extreme conditions.she offered up similar advice on being prepared. 3 3 (not the coolest thing. long scarves, mittens. this is a
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giving coats to students.) students.)school let out time will be 2:35 this afternoon. and rest assured...conditions won't have changed very much by then. and remember we've always got you covered when it comes to school delays and cancellations because of the weather. so stay with cbs58 ...on air and online...for all the information you need to start your day. on a morning this cold... some people will be tempted to run out to their cars... and start em up... so they're warm when they get in.but the wauwatosa police department is trying to stop that.in fact, they're out right now... looking for people doing just that.cbs 58's kyle aevermann is riding with one of those officers... to explain why. we are joined by sgt. katie gierach this morning. the tosa pd constantly does different
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missions for various types of incidents and crimes. with the cold weather they are directing those efforts to prevent motor vehicle thefts. statistically, the number of mv thefts year to date for 2015 - 158 and 2016 - 136. this is a decrease of 14.0%. obviously, you can extrapolate whatever you want out of statistics, but looking at things as a snapshot month by month, there is no real pattern or consistency. 3
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there are people who have to work in the cold weather. case and point... a group of bicycle delivery people in milw. milwaukee. they work for forward courier milwaukee... which delivers food and other things to different parts of milwaukee...no matter the weather. we caught up with a group of five bicycle couriers who, in this cold, dress in layers to stay warm. as tough as it is working when the wind chill is below zero, they admit it's a fun job that has some difficulties. (cg brennan kreiman) "you know, it's not too terrible,
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((butt to...))(cg heather sewrey) "for me it's mistaking ice for water," 3 they also want to remind us watch out for bicyclists. while it's not ideal for cycling, some are still out and are sharing the road no matter the weather. 3 make sure you downloaded the cbs 58 ready weather app..you can see temperatures and wind chills for your community.. and watch live radar as the snow begins to move into wisconsin.it's free for apple and android. also ... if there are any school delays or cancellations ..you will see them scrolling at the bottom of your screen today the milwaukee county board wants to hear from sheriff david clarke.... as they discuss the possibility of ?external investigations? into deaths at the county jail. this-- as some state lawmakers call for the sheriff to step down. cbs 58's julie parise is live in the studio with more on this story.julie? whether or not the sheriff shows up to testify at today's meeting is yet to be seen -- but board supervisors have invited him. the board will discuss a policy for external investigations into deaths at the county jail.jail officers
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state law that sheriff's deputies are when it comes to investigating officer-involved deaths -- they are under the command of the sheriff. meanwhile three state lawmakers want to put pressure on governor scott walker to replace sheriff clare. state senator chris larsen and assembly members christine snicki and johnathan brostoff say there's a lack of supervision in the jail, which they believe leads to improper intake screening for substance abuse and mental illness. "now if he decides to not respond to respond to this in a mature way, there is statute that allows for the governor to remove constitutional officers who are not doing their job and in that case if the sheriff doesn't do that then we'll move to the governor and pressure him to replace the sheriff here in milwaukee. milwaukee. sheriff clarke responded to the call for his resignation by attacking those lawmakers. the statement he sent cbs 58 news includes specific accusations of unrelated criminal activity against 2 of the 3 lawmakers. we're
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we put clarke's statement on the air. new this morning...a small mechanical fire was quickly put out at bayshore mall overnight. fire officials say a carpet cleaning machine started to smoke. the operator pulled it outside of the rotunda before there was any damage to the building. no injuries were reported. president-elect donald trump continues his thank-you tour in ?pennsylvania? today.. today..amid new revelations about a russian cyber operation.. aimed at influencing the 2016 election. election.hena daniels has the latest from new york. -nats-u-s intelligence news...russia's meddling in the 2016 election...could not have happened without vladimir putin's blessing...saying the -quote- "orders to do it would have had to come from the highest level."the development comes just days after the cia assessed -- russia sought to influence the election to help donald trump win...a claim the president-elect continues to deny:(sot trump fox news sunday mon0078) they have no idea if it's russia or china or somebody.russian hackers
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thousands of private emails and opposition research...that proved detrimental to hillary clinton's campaign.white house spokesman josh earnest believes mister trump may have been in on it: it:(sot earnest) "everything from the republican nominee himself calling on russia to hack his opponent//it might be an indication that he was obviously aware."republican senator lindsay graham, who says his campaign email was also hacked by russia, is calling for more sanctions: sanctions:(sot graham) "we should tell on no uncertain terms, you interfere in our elections, we don't care why, we're going to hit you and hit you hard.-nats- the president-elect took a break from transition eforts yesterday to sit down with top executives from silicon valley: (sot trump) i'm here to help you folks do well, and you're doing well right now.mister trump is still sorting out how he'll handle his own business empire as president.a planned pressed conference on the issue scheduled for today...has since been pushed back to january.hena daniels
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with four cabinet jobs left to fill...the president-elect plans to hold more transition meetings at trump tower this morning. 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) wind chill advisory until 10:00 am watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1"
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temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. wind chill advisory until 10:00 am
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from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite develops in less than 30 minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1" expected by morning. temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues through saturday
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evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from 6-12". another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. 3 3 roads are still slick in sps. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may also be slick.. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this week 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 cled december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another render 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 greenfield ave. to i-
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it was a record-breaking 2016 for the united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county. county.the organization raised more than 60-million dollars during its 2016 campaign. the money will be distributed to more than 220 programs in milwaukee and waukesha counties. 7:32:06-17we really rely on i think, the passion and compassion the people in this community... one of the most extraordinary things is eve single year, people dig a little deeper and they give. give. 3 the united way also surpassed its goal to complete more than 21-thousand hours of volunteering during the annual 'season of caring.' 3 coming up ..why you might be missing an important part of dessert this holiday season. 3 here's a live look outside for you. you're watching the c-b-s
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in your money watch report... your pumpkin pie could be missing something this season.a chicago food manufacturer warns there may be a ?canned? whipped cream shortage.a spokesman for "reddi-wip" says there's a low supply of nitrous oxide because of an explosion at a plant in florida.you can still find cool whip on store shelves.just don't wait ?too long? to buy it. 3 we reached out to sendik's yesterdaya spokesman tells us they learned about the potential shortage several weeks ago. they planned ahead and don't expect it to be an issue for holiday shoppers.
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amazon is testing its ?drone? delivery service across the pon. pond.we're seeing how it works in this ?new? video just posted online. amazon ?tracked? one of its drones from take-off to landing.the drones apprently "act on their own" using a g-p-s.they know where to ?land?... because of a high-tech pad customers can place in their yards.the video shows the drone landing in a cambridge man's yard -- just 13 minutes after he placed his order. the service though.they argue drones threaten wildlife.we can't get drone delivery in the u-s because of strict guidelines. 3 apple's much-hyped "air-pods" are finally available. available. the tech company opened up online orders tuesday.but if you're looking to get them by christmas--- yeah--- probably not happening.the estimated
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headphones is about four weeks. apple says.... they'll start arriving in stores by next week.the headphones will set you back about 159-dollars. 3 3 yahoo disclosed a new security breach that may have affected more than one billion accounts.the breach dates back to 2013 and is thought to be separate from a massive cybersecurity incident announced in september. yahoo now believes an "unauthorized third party" stole from more than one billion accounts in august 2013.that data may have included names, email addresses and passwords, but not financial information. the company will notify users who may be affected and has begun requiring users to change their passwords.the security incident, likely one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever, comes less than three months after yahoo admitted data from at least 500 million accounts had been stolen. 3 still ahead ...the holiday shopping madness at the mall
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wind chill advisory until 10:00 am thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1" expected by morning. temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when
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continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow accumulation from another blast of cold arrives sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. wind chill advisory until 10:00 am thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night.today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero all day. frostbite
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minutes. wind: w 10-20 mph. tonight: clouds return with some light snow possible after midnight. less than 1" expected by morning. temperatures stay steady or even warm with lows in the single digits. wind: sw 5-15 mph.friday: after light morning snow a break is expected until afternoon when steady snow is likely. snow continues all evening and night becoming heavy at times. slight temp bump with highs in the middle 20s. wind: s 10-15 mph.weekend: steady snow continues through saturday morning becoming a bit more scattered in the afternoon and evening. snow ends by 10 pm on saturday with storm total snow
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sunday with highs struggling to get past 00. wind chill advisory likely. 3 it was the flub heard around the world.t-v and radio star "steve harvey"... crowned the ?wrong? miss universe at the 20-15 pageant. now, he's preparing to ?do it again?--- host the competition that is. harvey will be live on stage for the 20-16 "miss universe" according to variety-dot-com. the event will air sunday, january 29-th. as we countown to christmas... santa is in high demand at malls in our area.bringing joy to the kids. :49:50-:49:51 "you guys been good this year ... ya" ya"these kids were so excited to see the man in red at bayshore mall yesterday. they made sure to wait in line...
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:49:27-:49-:43i asked for these girl legos ...so lego firends ... well we didn't really say that we were talking too fast ... but santa knows right ... he knows ... his memory knows. 3 santa's last day at the mall is on christmas eve. 3 3 3 3
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good morning... and thanks so much for joining us! today is thursday, december 15-th. 15-th.the big story today is the dangerously cold temperatures hitting our area. area. cbs 58's michael schlesinger is at a bus stop with an important tip for families this morning. and kyle aevermann is riding along in a squad car... to explain what one local police department is ok on this cold morning. more from them coming up... up...but first.. we go straight to the weather center for a forecast and traffic update. good morning, guys! 3 3 3 3 3 3chat... chat... ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))wind chill advisory until 10:00 am thursday.winter storm watch from friday afternoon - saturday night. today: lots of sunshine and very cold. highs around 10 with wind chills below-zero

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