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millions of dollars meant to help those in need get food.. gone.i'm kyle aevermann with why a milwaukee mother and son are now facing federal charges because of it. 3 and i'm julie parise... 3 good morning.today is wednesday, october 12-th.i'm kate chappell. chappell.and i'm jessica tighe. we'll get to your top stories in just a minute--- but first- -- we need to talk about the five letter word--- "frost."it could be coming soon. meteorologist justin thompson gee has details on an upcoming advisory.
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((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningthere will be a full freeway closure overnight of i-94 eb at hwy 100 through the zoo for deck work.there will be a full closure overnight of
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through the zoo for work at the interchange.all overnight closures will wrap by 530 am thursdaythe i-894 sb exit to greenfield ave. is now closed long term for reconstruction until 2018. use posted alternates.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 on your morning drive.drivers will want use the following detours. our top story at 6... an oak creek mother and son are facing federal charges for a scheme spanning six years. years.investigators say... dollars... meant to help families in need ?get food.? cbs 58's ?kyle aevermann? joins us live in the studio with the latest. 3 federal investigators say the two pocketed around 3 million dollars over the six year period, and used thier family run store to cover it up. elham abdul rahim and her son, ahmad own family super saver at north 23rd and hopkins in milwaukee.investigators say the two allowed those with quest cards, wisconsin's form
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they handed out cash.according to the indictment - the mother and son would give customers half the amount in cash-- and pocket the other half. now they are facing federal charges. 00;01;50 when people see that benefits are being trafficked or that people are using these benefits to get things other than food, it just feeds in tot hat notion that this program isn't really needed, when in fact there are thousands of folks in wisconsin and around the country who need assistance with their food every month. 3 signs outside the store now y quest cards.the next court date for the mother and son is november 29live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. new details now... about a disturbing video.police in northern wisconsin say... the youtube video is ?fake?... and has ?no connection? to a missing teenager. teenager.this is a still picture of the man who posted the video showing a woman held captive. he called her... his girlfriend. the antigo police department now says... they have identified the people in the video.. and the video is
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the resemblance of a girl shown in the video... to 15-year-old kayla berg... who went missing from antigo seven years ago.but now police confirm... this video has ?no ties? to her dissapearance. youtube took down the video yesterday. 3 looking ahead....one of the men charged in connection to a shooting during a drug deal on a waukesha county bike path... will learn his fate in court today.niikwame bell and london white are both charged in the death of 16-year-old george erickson.white is accused of pulling the trigger. trigger.the shooting happ sussex. after erickson was shot in may... authorities say he stumbled to a nearby grocery store packing lot for help.bell will be sentenced in waukesha county court this morning. white is expected to be back in court at the end of the month. as part of "national fire prevention week--- the milwaukee fire department will take time today... to honor ?lives lost on the job.? job.? the city erected this memorial in their honor. milwaukee firefighters have served the city since 18-75. there's a ceremony today to remember the fallen--- those who gave the ultimate
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we want to make sure that people understand the importance of firefighters in our community. they really do put their lives on the line everyday. and people should appreciate that. that. the memorial is at the milwaukee fire department headquarters - "station two" it's from 11 until noon today. we could learn more today about the future of the "mitchell park domes"... during a public meeting. meeting.the domes task force will meet for the first time today.the county board passed a resolution creating the task force to develop a comprehensive long-term plan for the domes. they also approved 500- to install protective nettting inside. you'll remember... the domes were closed earlier this year because of concerns over crumbling concrete. and recently- the "national trust for historic preservation" placed the domes on their annual "11 most endangered places"... a list of threatened sites in the u-s. u-s.the domes task force will meet at 5:30 this evening at the mitchell park horticultural conservatory. 3 green bay packers fans have something ?new? to get excited about!the team is expected to make a big announcment today
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morning with a look at what fans can expect. julie? this week packers fans are looking forward to taking on the cowboys at lambeau on sundaybut today's announcement has more to do with what's going on off the field. the team will announce finalized plans this afternoon for a permanent tailgating structure.it will be on the east side of lambeau field.the announcement happens today at 1 p-m. at lambeau field. packers president and ceo mark of the new building today. our sports team will be at lambeau field today for the big announcementwe'll have that story tonight at the cbs 58 newsim jp cbs 58 news still ahead... calling all pumpkin-carving enthusiasts! you have the chance to get your hands dirty today.details ahead. 3
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and...warm up those vocal chords...today you have the chance to show off your range. we tell you about the bucks
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making news around the nation-- - thousands of people in coastal north carolina... are evacti keeping a close eye on rising rivers in the wake of hurricane "matthew." "matthew."in officials in greenville warn the "tar river" will overwhelm ?every bridge? in the county... when it crests later today. meanwhile--- in haiti--- where hundreds died as a result of the storm... people are slowly starting to rebuild. 3 another system-- hurricane nicole-- is expected to approach bermuda tonight. nicole strengthened into a hurricane in the central atlantic ocean yesterday...after swirling in the region as a tropical
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ago. 3 today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend
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likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s
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((???1:30 seconds??)) seconds??)) 3 if you or someone you know can sing...this might be your big chance to show off your talent! the bucks are holding national anthem auditions today. "singing nats" nats" participants are invited to perform the entire national anthem in front of a judging panel.auditions will be held during three time-slots in the west atrium at the b-mo harris bradley center. center.the first is from seven to nine this morning... then there's a session from 11 to 1 this afternoon... and finally from 5 to 8 this evening. today's auditions are open to all ages.but anyone under 18 has to have a legal guardian.
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through the kohl's gate at 6th and highland to register. "wehr nature center" in franklin... is looking for pumpkin carving enthusiasts! they want 350 jack-o-lanterns to line the "enchanted forest t" trail."you can carve a pumpkin at "wehr nature center" in whitnall park... from nine until four today-- or until the last pumpkin is carved. they'll have pumpkins and carving tools there for you. the pumpkins will then be displayed during "halloween haunts" ...and can be purchased for one dollar at the close of saturday night's
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coming up in national news... new details in the officer-involved shooting death of ?terence crutcher?... in tulsa, oklahoma. oklahoma. and... we share one man's mission to honor his fellow service member.the heartwarming story you wont want to miss.
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in our campaign 20-16 coverage--- less than a month now until election day... and donald trump is sharpening his attacks against hillary clinton.... ?and? critics within his own party. party.speaking in florida yesterday--- the republican mi quote- "vessel of corrupt global establishment."that was hours after calling house speaker "paul ryan"--- 'weak and ineffective.'meanwhile--- the democratic nominee continues to be targeted for ?leaked emails? published by wikileaks.one of those released yesterday... purports to show the interim d-n-c chair giving clinton's campaign... advance notice on cnn town hall questions. 3 3 making news around the nation...a newly released toxicology report says an
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his system.the oklahoma chief medical examiner's office announced yesterday... the drug was in ?terence crutcher's? body at the time of the shooting. shooting.videos like this one.. show crutcher with his arms in the air.. moments before police opened fire. officers at the scene say crutcher was acting erratically and was not following commands.officer betty shelby... who is charged with felony manslaughter in this shooting... has pleaded not guilty.her attorney says she thought crutcher could have been reaching for a weapon. no weapon was found. across the country. an eleven-year-old boy is being praised as a hero... after saving his family from a raging apartment fire. firefighters in memphis, tennessee say... a smoke alarm woke the boy up yesterday. yesterday.he was able to get his mother and seven brothers and sisters out.... before the home was destroyed by flames. investigators say... the fire was started by a candle.the red cross is now providing assistance for the family.a firefighter sustained a minor injury while putting out the fire.nobody else was hurt. 3
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kentucky is honoring his comrade who was killed in afghanistan.captain ?nathan tingle? is walking a 140-miles across the state.he's also raising money for a cause. cause.tingle plans to walk carrying a ruck-sack weighing about 50-pounds during his walk. "ruck for collin" honors tingle's friend who he grew up with... navy seal ?collin thomas.? (capt. nathan tingle, kentucky air natl. guard): "in 2010, he was killed in action in afghanistan, and i wasn't able to attend his memorial service, and so i felt like i just needed to do something in his honor." honor.""there needs to be a certain amount of suffering as a this worthwhile, or it wouldn't be worth doing," 3 tingle first made the journey two years ago... and says he raised more than 10-thousand dollars for the special operations warrior foundation....which provides scholarships for children of fallen service members.captain tingle has already raised more than two-thousand dollars.he's hoping to raise 25-thousand. captain tingle plans to complete his trip by friday... just in time to attend a charity event for his fallen
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corn maze in walworth county is getting a lot of attention. we show you why! why! plus...donald driver gets a tv show.what the nfl star ...turned dance champ is doing now. you're watching
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talk about "corn-y".... get it? this corn maze has a poltical
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see the faces of hilary clinton and donald trump.. along with the message "vote 2016" in the 12-acre maze at pearce's farm stand. the popular produce spot in walworth county has had a maze on a much smaller scale for the past few years... but this is the first professional one with a theme. it took about a day and a half... and a team of four guys to carve out. and just like the political landscape... the maze is divided in half...one side for clinton, the other for trump. patrons get to choose a side... then they're given a "passport" with a clue takes you to the next checkpoint with another clue. if all goes well... it should take about 45 minutes to get
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((???2:00 seconds??)) seconds??))toss to weather... today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s
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nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.((???2:00 seconds??)) seconds??))toss to weather... today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in
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and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningthere will be a full freeway closure overnight of i-94 eb at hwy 100 through the zoo for deck work.there will be a full cl i-41 sb at watertown plank rd. through the zoo for work at the interchange.all overnight closures will wrap by 530 am thursdaythe i-894 sb exit to greenfield ave. is now closed long term for reconstruction until 2018. use posted alternates.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 on your morning drive.drivers will want use the following detours. watertown plank rd to hwy 100 and rejoin at the rampbluemound rd. to 84th st on ramp to i-94 eb or for commuters from the north take either hwy 60 or 167 to i-43 toward downtown.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.another reminder that
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to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a new zipper merge is also in 3 the packers all-time leading receiver--- and "dancing with the stars" winner--- donald driver will co-host a new 10- episode unscripted series."the hero effect" will showcase stories of ordinary people doing ?extraordinary? things. things. driver sent out this tweet yesterday making the annoucment.it says..."big news today. my show "the hero effect" was officially green each episode features a real- life story.... shot on-location in different communities across the country. "the hero effect" airs november 12-th.
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3 coming up at 6:30--- all the flavors of beef jerky you could imagine.we take you to a store in franklin for a "taste test." plus... one ?victim? of vandalism is now getting hit with a fine from the city of milwaukee.we'll explain... in a live report. 3
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3 now at 6:30 - wisconsin's new voter i-d law ... is causing confusion. a wisconsin group says the issues are at the d-m-v... beacuse employees are giving out incorrect information. what you need to know- coming up in a live report. 3 plus - did you know there are 2-hundred different kinds of beef jerky?michael schlesinger takes us to an outlet in our area ...dedicated to beef jerky...coming up! 3 starting to see some slow spots out on the roads...the latest on overnight construction closures plus an update on your wednesday morning drive is coming up next in ready traffic. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday october 12th. i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell. mild this morning but you'll want to cover your plants tonight.justin is talking about a frost advisory for some of us!let's get you
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3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ah) ahead))today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both ur friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. our top story at 6:30---- a milwaukee woman is going after the city.... for what she calls an "unfair parking ticket." her car was vanadalized -- then she got a ticket!but she
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in the studio with that story. julie? the city gave "brianna kilgore" a ticket for parking on the wrong side of the street.she says she had no choice but to leave her car there-and that she even called the city to let them know. kilgore believes someone used a baseball bat to smash the windows on her 2001 jetta. glass was shattered and left inside and outside the car. kilgore, who is 8 months pregnant, said it was too dangerous to clean out her car or drive it-it's alternate side parking rules in lg kilgore called milwaukee's parking enforcement in hopes of avoiding a ticket. 2.12 like i pre-empted this ticket. i let them know i shouldn't be getting a parking ticket because i can't move my car but they don't care. all they care about is getting their money" money" 3 kilgore says she hopes her neighbor's security camera will help catch whoever did that.meanwhile, she says the only money she plans to spend is to fix her car -- not pay for that ticket.kate? we've learned the body pulled
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madison.. is a missing fisherman from ?milwaukee.? ?milwaukee.?the dane county medical examiner's office identified him as 68-year-old larnal friend.there was a search for friend after his boat went into the lake thursday night.. then a passer-by found it empty friday morning.officials say the boat wasn't damaged.they have not said how he died. 3 now to a ?cbs 58 exclusive?--- a wisconsin woman in ?haiti?... while hurricane matthew ?ripped the coast apart.? "kathy spiegel-hoff" is a nurse and grocery store owner in burlington.she's also part of a group called "friends of doctors go to haiti every year to ?give medial treatment. ? spiegel-hoff was in a ?mountain village? in haiti... when "matthew" hit.this time - they ?couldn't? finish the job. they had to take cover instead. :40-:50 i was laying on my bed and all i could think of is if i am this nervous and i am at this cement house, what is happening to the people in the " village." 3 the group was ?forced to leave?... with ?no supplies?... and no way to get to the ?coast? to help.the
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now to a developing story--- we're less than a month away from the november election. and some people are still struggling with wisconsin's new voter i-d law. law.and one wisconsin group says it's d-m-v employees giving out the wrong information causing the confusion. they claim they have recordings to prove it. cbs 58's kyle aevermann is live at the dmv offices in downtown milwaukee to explain. kyle? the group "vote riders" has recordings from ten different dmv offices.in them, you can hear workers tell voters they might not be able to get a photo i-d before the november election.this is a direct violation laid out by a judge in july.governor walker has acknowleged the recordings and ordered new training of workers.but the group filing this most recent legal challenge say the damage is done. 3 "people were given inproper information about getting the ids themselves and whether or not they would get their id in time. all those things were supposed to be solved. the judge made his decision in the
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reason governor walker is unwilling or unable to follow the laws prescribed by the judg" judge." there was an independent investigation by state police ...which turned up no wrongdoing by the d-m-v. a hearing on this issue is expected to take place today in madison. 3 there was something- ?other than the win?... to celebrate on sunday at the packers game. six men who were hurt while serving our country... were given a big "thank you" from their favorite team. corporal jeremy years.?during his service in iraq... he was seriously hurt. that's why he says... ?simple things?----like attending a packers game-- mean that much ?more.? :55- 1:06 we were within arms distance of qite a few of them. haha clinton dix and guyon came up to us and started shaking our hands adn then the other players followed in suit. that aws pretty awesome to experience. 3
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92 veterans and their families have participated in "operation fan mail"--which is the program that makes this all possible. reax coming up on the cbs 58 morning news - the surprise of a lifetime ... for a 90 year old world war two veteran. 3 70 years after leaving school... he's presented with a high school diploma. the emotional story.. ! 3 3 3
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scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend th likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy
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late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. 3 today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s
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leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. ((???1:30 seconds??)) 3 roads are in great shape this morningthere will be a full freeway closure overnight of
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zoo for deck work.there will be a full closure overnight of i-41 sb at watertown plank rd. through the zoo for work at the interchange.all overnight closures will wrap by 530 am thursdaythe i-894 sb exit to greenfield ave. is now closed long term for reconstruction until 2018. use posted alternates.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 on your morning drive.drivers will want use the following detours. watertown plank rd to hwy 100 and rejoin at the rampbluemound rd. to 84th st on ramp to i-94 eb or for commuters from the north take either hwy 60 or 167 to i-43 toward downtown.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now cl merge is also in place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time.
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a man who left high school to fight in world war two...has finally received his diploma. george fricovsky and his grandson -- david walsh -- both got emotional yesterday... when walsh presented him with a diploma from riverside high school in pennsylvania. walsh is a vice principal in the same school district that his grandfather left in 19-44 to fight in world wao. family invited him to a board meeting... where he thought he was going to lead the pledge of allegiance. instead.. they presented him with his diploma. :40-:44 george fricovsky / received diploma: "i was really surprised. i never expected this." this." 3 fricovsky was hurt by a german hand-grenade.he received an honorable discharge and a purple heart.when he came home... he went right to work instead of finishing high school.
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still ahead this morning - why ronald mc-donald ... is laying low these days. 3 plus.. just in time for your next tailgate... we'll take you to a store in franklin that specialies in a flavorful, meaty snack.that's next! 3
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in today's "money watch"---a new tax on "soda and sports drinks" could lower the risk of obesity and diseases like di. diabetes.that's according to the "world health organization." organization."it wants countries to put a 20-percent tax on sugary drinksto cut consumption by the same amount. the soft-drink industry called the recommendation "discriminatory." 3
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mcdonald's says... it's being "thoughtful".... by lowering ronald's profile. this comes after reports of creepy-clown sightings. some children have said... people dressed as clowns tried to lure them into the woods.
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a store in franklin is dedicated to offering up the best selection of beef jerky. in fact... the beef jerky outlet store offers 200 kinds! but there's also a lot more than just jerky. cbs 58's michael schlesinger gives us a sample of what's available-- including something that could go well... with that fall chili you plan to make. michael schlesigner: still here at the beef jerky outlet with danielle rego.. good morning to you.good to see you again. ...danielle rego: good morning. schlesinger: jessica tighe this segment is dedi at these sauces. how are these ranked? rego: they go off scoville units pretty much the smaller the bottle the hotter the sauce. schlesinger: what is your hottest sauce? rego: our hottest sauce on the wall would be the mad dog 357. this is a special edition. this
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just that little bitty amount.. which is how much and 8th of an 8th of an 8th? who knows? rego: i don't know a milliliter or half a milliliter. schlesinger: that's insane to me. interesting though.rego: we've got our chocolates. these are new york coppers chocolates. so high quality. schlesinger: maybe this is an appetizer? rego: yeah we've got our wild game.. it's wild boar, pheasant, kangaroo, alligator, bison.schlesigner: give me a brief how much does it cost for a package of jerky? rego: it's $29.99 for a pound. this is also $29.99. that's 16 different animals. schlesinger: and the sauces? how much?rego: the sauces vary on heat. but all the jams and jellies all $5.99. schlesinger: ah. very good. thank you for a tour of the facility here. we love this. we don't call this a jerky for nothing. back to
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3 3 3 today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw ->
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leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. 3 3 today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of t morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns.today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s
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on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with friday's temps return to average with highs around 60. warmth returns for the weekend with upper 60s and lower 70s likely as a chance for storms returns. 3 3 thejackpot on their most recent trip to 'crater of diamonds' state park in arkansas.the pair spotted a ?two-carat diamond? on the ground.the state park is the only diamond-producing site in the world... where people can go and look for the gems -- and ?keep? whatever they find. no word yet on how much the stone might be worth--- but it's probably a safe bet... the gem is worth more than the
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it's here's a recap of some of your morning's big stories in news on the go 3 a victim of vandalism... gets hit again. this time-- by the city of milwaukee... for breaking parking rules.brianna kilgore's car windows were ?smashed?... right outside her home over the weekend.then yeda ?ticket? for parking on the ?wrong side of the street.? kilgore says... she had ?no choice? but to leave her car there.she says... all the broken glass made it too dangerous to clean the car--- or drive it to another spot. she also called milwaukee's parking enforcement monday night... in hopes of ?avoiding? a ticket---- but sure enough--- she got one. kilgore is fighting the ticket... the city's ?parking services department? is investigating and could make an exception in her case. 3 some people are still struggling with wisconsin's new voter i-d law.and the wisconsin group- "vote riders"
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the d-m-v are giving out incorrect information. the group has recordings from ten different d-m-v offices.they say in those.. workers can be heard telling voters they might not be able to get a photo i-d before the november election.that's a direct violation of a judge's ruling in july.governor walker has acknowleged the recordings and ordered workers be re- trained.but the group filing this most recent legal challenge says the damage is done.state police conducted an independent investigation... which turned up no wrongdoing by the d-m-v. issue is expected today in madison. 3 new details this morning ... about a disturbing video. police in northern wisconsin say... the youtube video is ?fake?... and has ?no connection? to a missing teenager.the antigo police department says... they have identified the people in the video.. and the video is fake. police were investigating the resemblance of a girl shown in the video... to 15-year-old kayla berg... who went missing from antigo seven years ago. but overnight police confirm this video has no ties to her dissapearance. 3
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opportunity today... to show off your talent!the bucks are holding national anthem auditions for their pre-game talent lineup. auditions will be held during three time-slots in the west atrium at the b-mo harris bradley center.those are seven to nine this morning...11 to 1 this afternoon... and five to eight this evening.today's auditions are open to all ages...including ndividuals and groups. and that's your news on the go.. time check now 6:58.. here's meteorologist xxx with your first alert weather. today: variably cloudy with scattered showers and rumbles of thunder from mid to late morning until sunset. temperatures reach the middle to upper 60s around noon before falling through the 50s in the afternoon. wind: sw -> nw 5-15 mph.tonight: clouds leave. frost advisory in effect for western areas with lows in the lower 30s inland and middle to upper 30s lakeside. wind: nw 5-15 mph. rest of the week: much cooler on thursday with temperatures struggling to reach the middle 50s. lots of sun expected both thursday and friday with
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good morning. it is wednesday, october 12th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump declares war on republican leaders who are backing away from him in record reveal embarrassing moments inside hillary clinton's campaign. rivers surge to record levels in north carolina after hurricane matthew. thousands have been rescued from the catastrophic flooding. one swollen river threatens to split an entire county in two. a new survey reveals the top three mistakes teenagers make behind the wheel and parents may share the blame. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. we begin this morning with a

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