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good afternoon... a decision with a nationwide impact. i-t-t educational services is shutting down all its schools across the country.the move comes u-s department of education that banned the for-profit chain from accepting students who use 'federal financial aid.' aid.'cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live outside the i-t- t tech campus in greenfield with more...kyle? 3 3 this is said to be the largest college shutdown in us history. more than 8-thousand staff members are out of a job around 40-thousand students nationwide are impacted.
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to find that the doors of the school were locked.one student told me, he received an e-mail from the school around 6 o'clock this morning announcing the closure.that e-mail explained the school was forced to take the action after the u.s. department of education issued sanctions nearly 2 weeks ago, including a ban on enrolling new students who rely on federal financial aid. aid.in a statement itt tech said in part: we reached this decision only after having us alternatives, including transfer of the schools to a non-profit or public institution."among the students who tried to get here this morning, was an army veteran who says he feels cheated. sotdon moulder/student "another problem that we are having is these other colleges in the area, matc, uw, ect, they're not accepting itt transcripts so where are we to go?" 3 that's just one of many of the problems students will face.
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students can apply to have their loadns discharged and forgiven. we'll post that information on our website. cbs 58 dot com new at noon - smoke inside a school building on the u-w-m campus forces evacuations on this first day of the new semester.according to uw- milwaukee police, there was a small grass or brush fire outside bolton hall this morning. smoke got pulledin building was evacuated. no one was hurt. we're told the building is being aired out and should reopen soon. there's no word how the fire started. now to ready weather...the heat and humidity are on the rise, and so is the risk of stormy weather. rebecca is here with your first look at the forecast... rebecca in wx center today: hot and humid with highs in the low 90s and lows around 74. a pop up storm is possible, best chances across
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mph. some higher gusts possible.this week: scattered showers and storms are with us on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s. upcoming weekend: 70s. lows in the 50s and low
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new at noon ... the federal government is levying fines against a machining business in cedarburg after a worker was killed operating a metal la. lathe.according to a release from the u.s. department of labor, a worker was killed in march after an accident at carlson tool & manufacturing corporation... a machine facility south of pioneer road in cedarburg. cedarburg.the worker died two days after the accident. an investigation from osha found the lathe he was using had a critical sa f 'bypassed.'the company now faces fines of more than 120- thousand dollars. the process is moving forward to get a new trial for dennis brantner... the man accused in the 1990 murder of berit beck. the two sides met in court this morning, but no decision was made today.a hung jury was declared after branter's first trial in late june, and now the district attorney in fond du lac county is trying to secure a retrial.the 62-year-old was charged with the cold case murder after
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fingerprints found near the body as well as d-n-a evidence. also in fond du lac, several people are in temporary shelter after a house fire.it happened just before 10 last night at 4-th street and fond du lac avenue. avenue.when crews got to the scene.. they saw smoke and found a fire in the laundry room.firefighters were able to put out the flames but not before they caused smoke and heat damage. the cause of the fire is still under investigation...but the fire department says it appears the fire started in the dryer. no one s able to get out safely. the red cross is now helping people who lived there. jury selection is underway today in the trial of a milwaukee man accused killing two young children in a house fire. police believe "michael morgan" intentionally started the fire that killed his stepchildren, a 2-year old and a 10-year old.family members say morgan and his wife were going through a divorce.they believe he ?set fire to her house? knowing the kids were
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arson and two counts of first degree reckless homicide. campaign 2016 coverage now...donald trump and hillary clinton are focusing on southern battleground states today. but trump's recent meeting with mexico's president is still making headlines. craig boswell has the latest from the white house. (pkg)donald trump says mexico's president broke the ground rules when he said the men discussed trump's proposed wall on the us - mexican border.sot: do t font, abc graphic on tape)it was discussed that it wouldn't be discussed, they know my stance.trump made a last minute trip to mexico last month in what looked like a softening of his hardline stance against illegal immigration.but hillary clinton says trump went to mexico with a different mission.sot: clinton (no font, abc graphic on tape)it has been the mission of his campaign from the very first day to demonize immigrants. (standup bridge: craig boswell, cbs news, washington, d.c.)both candidates will spend much of the remaining 9 weeks of the campaign in key battleground states that are
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heads to florida. on monday, she spoke to reporters on her new campaign planeanswering ons questiout her email scandal for the first time in months.(sot: hillary clinton/d- presidential nominee) everything i did at the state department it did in furtherance of america's interests and our security. trump also spoke to reporters on his plane and agreed to attend all three presidential debates but said too much preparation could be risky. (sot: donald trump/r- presidential nominee)i've seen people do so much prep work that when they get out there they can't speak. i've seen that. debate is september 26th . craig boswell, cbs news, the white house meanwhile - more indicators the race is getting close.a new 'c-n-n o-r-c' poll shows the republican presidential nominee leading his democratic opponent by 2-points among likely voters. voters.trump received 45- percent to clinton's 43- percent.the topsy-turvy campaign for the presidency has seen both clinton and trump holding a significant lead at some point in the last
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point out this is one poll - and the average of all major polls from the site "real clear politics" still lists clinton ahead by about three points. a bizarre case near green bay. a wisconsin man is facing charges after police say he chopped off a woman's finger with a machete during a 'cult r' ritual.'24-year-old 'jonathan schrap' of brown county is charged with "mayhem" and "reckless injury" for the incident last month.police say schrap and two friends were talking about 'blood-drinking cult rituals' when woman...offered to let someone cut off her pinky finger and drink the blood.the victim told police she was not using drugs or alcohol when this happened. she even admitted to asking schrap to use the machete.police learned of the incident after a friend's mother discovered the woman's injury and took her to an emergency room.schrap will appear in court later this month. milwaukee county wants to expand the oak leaf trail.the extension would connect the popular walking, running and
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sports complex, the city of franklin commercial center.. and the planned franklin- muskego bike trail systems.the paved trail would be about a half-mile long.. and take users through the root river parkway.there will be an open house on the proposed expansion next tuesday, september 13-th at 4-30 at the root river parkway picnic shelter. coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... the fight against the zika outbreak in the united states is changing again - why some are saying this new method is not good enough... with one of their former anchors after she accused an
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nats of rocket launch launchpresident obama is dealing with a new crisis during his historic visit to laos.nuclear armed north korea fired off three ballistic missiles into the sea of japan yesterday which the white house called a "reckless" move that threatened boats and planes in the area.it rattled
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discussed how to respond to the incident with the south korean president. (sot obama) "we are united in condemning north korea's continued missile launches including this week while china was hosting the g20." g20." and president obama will next try to repair a rift with laos, a country where people are still dying from american bombs dropped during the vietnam war. president obama will meet with some of those victims tomorrow. a controversy is growing over the ?safest? way to fight zika in specialized trucks today for the first time to kill mosquitoes that carry the virus. they're spraying what's being called an 'environmentally friendly and organic bacteria called b-t-i.' but critics say it's not strong enough, and a more potent chemical should be used. cbs news correspondent david begnaud has more from miami beach. ?pkg?(nats spraying) early this morning buffalo turbine trucks drove through miami beach spraying b-t-ibacteria
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off zika's carrierthe aedes aegypti mosquito. (natsot laura mcgowan )"it's very benign to humans."laura mcgowan is with clarke, the company hired by miami dade county to spray. (sot laura mcgowan /clarke mosquito control products)"bti attacks the actual larva of the mosquito getting into their gut and making it so they can't process food and can't develop."(nats aerial spraying) in august, miami dade county began ?aerial? spraying in wynwood - a zika zone north of downtown miami, alternating between b-t-i and a powerful neurotoxin called naled. can essentially kill anything." tanjim hossain is a graduate research fellow at the university of miami. (sot tanjim hossain )"when a droplet of the insecticide touches a mosquito it kills the mosquito pretty much instantaneously. its considered a contact insecticide." though effective, naled is controversial. the insecticide was banned from the european union(nats pr) and protested in puerto rico, one of the hardest hit zika zones in the world. officials there say naled is dangerous for pregnant womenand could result in their babies
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but the c-d-c and the e-p-a both insist its safe. florida governor rick scott says the c-d-c is recommending miami beach use helicopters to spray. (natsot grieco ) "they don't want it here." miami beach commissioner, michael grieco, says the people in his community are opposed to aerial spraying. (sot michael grieco / county commissioner ) "the governor has a job to do but at the same time he's not boots on the ground here in miami beach. we are. we know what the people want."(david begnaud / cbs news/ miami beach) the commissioner is now calling on miami-dade coty to stop using naled all dade county says naled has proven to be effecitve. the cdtells cbs news it's up to miami beach. if they don't want to use naled, no one is forcing them to. david begnaud, cbs news, miami beach, florida. 21sthas centuched a 20-million dollar settlement with gretchen carlson. carlson.she's the anchorwoman who sued fox news ceo and chairman roger ailes in july for sexual harassment and retaliation.21st century fox released a statement tuesday
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and apologize for the fact that gretchen was not treated with the respect that she and all our colleagues deserve." ailes...who resigned from fox in july... will pay an unknown portion of the 20-million dollar settlement. he has continuously denied the claims. since then...other women have surfaced...accusing ailes of the same thing. today: hot and humid with highs in the low 90s and lows around 74. a pop up storm is possible, best chances across the north and northwest parts of the area. winds: sw 5-15 mph. some higher gusts possible.this week: scattered
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on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s. upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with highs in the 70s. lows in the 50s and low 60s. y: highs in the low 90s and lows around 74. a pop up storm is possible, best chances across the north and northwest parts of the area. winds: sw 5-15 mph. some higher gusts possible.this week: scattered showers and storms are with us on wednesday and into early
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both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s. upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with highs in the 70s. lows in the 50s and low 60s. today: hot and humid with highs in the low 90s and lows around 74. a pop up storm is possible, best chances across the north and northwest parts of the area. winds: sw 5-15 mph. some higher gusts possible.this week: scattered showers and storms are with us on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s. upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with highs in the 70s. lows in the 50s and low 60s. ?ad lib? toss back
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coming up on your cbs money watch report... prices at the grocery store are starting to fall - what's
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in today's money watch report...the dow jones is up25 points this noon hour...nasdaq up 17 3 general motors might finally be coming out of the ignition lock scandal... g-m has settled two more cases related to faulty switches for an undisclosed amount.the problem was blamed for more than a dozen fatal accidents over several years.g-m won two
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another case was dropped before trial... and now three have been settled. you may have noticed lower prices at the grocery store. everything from a dozen eggs, a gallon of milk and a pound of meat... is costing about 40 to 50 cents less than this time last year. the reason: the country's food supplies are growing but demand is down in overseas markets like china where a strong dollar has made american goods more expensive. and there's some kitchen help for all those cooks-- a new 'sma can adjust cook times, temperature and humidity based on the recipes you select through an app. the series 8 ovens will be available starting in october. coming up, a final look at your hot, humid and stormy
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stories happening at noon. a big blow for students at itt technical institutes. the for-profit chain of schools announced this morning it's shutting down operations across the country including the campus in greenfield. that's where we find cbs 58's kyle averman. 3 3 3 smoke inside a school building
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evacuations on this first day of the new semester.according to uw-milwaukee police, there was a fire outside bolton hall. it appears to be a grass or brush fire. we're told smoke got pulled into the air handler, so the building was evacuated. no one was injured. and a machine shop in cedarburg is facing federal fines after a worker died from the result of an accident... according to an investigation from osha - a worker at carlson tool & manufacturing corporation died after an acci lathe in march...the investigation revealed a key safety mechanism was bypassed on the lathe at the time of the accident. today: hot and humid with highs in the low 90s and lows around 74. a pop up storm is possible, best chances across the north and northwest parts of the area. winds: sw 5-15 mph. some higher gusts
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showers and storms are with us on wednesday and into early thursday morning. highs for both wednesday and thursday will be in the 80s. more rain and storms possible for friday with cooler highs in the 70s. upcoming weekend: clearing for the weekend with highs in the 70s. lows in the 50s and low 60s. 3 and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. thanks for joining us.be sure
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