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crime..cutting edge technology ..here locally..and only we have a look..the cbs 58 news at 10 starts right now. 3 he had senior citizens all over greenfield looking over their shoulders.tonight police say they have the man wanted for a series of robberies at assisted living facilities. facilities.cbs 58 broke the news today at five..marshanna hester is here with how police cracked the case. marshanna. bill and michele-- we first told you about this man last month...and after that-- greenfield police say they were "overwhelmed" by the number of people calling in with information to help find him..it's those tips that led investigators to be in the right place at the right time today.. (cover with picture)3.17 he was obviously a danger to everyone that's out there 3.20 this is the 56-year-old man greenfield police have been looking for..they put out out his picture three weeks ago--
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station camera using stolen credit cards.nats clement manor it's was here police say those cards were taken from an 82 year old woman.the suspect approached her in the parking garage, offered to carry her ie wallet.2.53 you're sickened to hear that someone is willing to take advantage of the elderly 2.58he struck two more times -- cornering his victims in parking garages of senior living facilities.in these cases police say he had a victims didn't give up their money.natson milwaukee's north side friday-- a detective following up on one of many viewer tips, spotted their man getting into a car. car.6.07 and when the detective tried to stop them to try to identify if that was the suspect. the suspect took off on foot. but he didn't get far...with help ommilwaukee police-- the the man was quickly caught...another disturbing crime now solved thanks to the concern of the community...4.17 it's really
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we are not naming the 56-year-old suspect from milwaukee until he's been charged, which is expected to happen in the coming days.back to you. 3 security camera footage from a milwaukee home captures a man police say stole items from one of it's neighbors..the burglary happened back on september 29th at a home on winfield road.that's near mill road on the city's northwest side.if you know who this man is... contact milwaukee police. after he showed up at a kenosha bank... claiming to be wearing a bomb. bomb.it was around 9-30 this morning--when the the man walked into johnson bank at the glenwood crossings shopping center.police say he gave teller a note and said he was wearing an explosives vest. the bank was cleared out and after a couple hours of negotiations the man surrendered. police blew up the device which turned out "not" to be a bomb. tonight -- we've learning more about the milwaukee-area residents involved in a deadly wrong-way crash outside madison.
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radtke.she... clenton hall and katey pasqualini all died.. their co-worker brian falk survived, but is in serious condition.kim's sister says she was a thoughful, loving person who gave back to others.t and pick up friends who had had too much to drink. which is why the news that kim was likely killed by a drunk driver... is even more devastating for this family. 859 its awful that someone who made that wrong dio guy at the bar, she probably would have made sure he got home ok, you know..?....but she didnt. 3 a fourth person -- a 23-year-old from suburban chicago -- also died when the driver slammed into his car as well. a warning to people pumping gas in the area ... you may be getting charged a holding fee for way more than your actual p. purchase.but don't blame the gas station..cbs 58's evan krugel live in oak creek to
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yeah a woman here in oak creek tells us she was shocked to open her credit card statement and find a big charge.she did not want to go on camera but wants others to be aware of the situation... a quick stop to fill up ended with an oak creek woman thinking her account had been hacked.a $150 pending fee - even though she only bought $30 worth of gas. 3 when consumers use a debit card, and the final purchase is unknown, oftentimes what happens is there is a hold put on their card to pay for the maximum amount of that transaction. consumers arent actually charged that money - but it ?is? temporarily taken from your account before being returned.at this pilot off ryan road customers might not receive warning... one pump displayed this warning sign - but we found another pump with
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blaming the gas station - jeff lenard says blame the big banks. :34:39when these holds are placed on someone's card, the gas station is never in possession of that persons money. :35:35the hold is used by the consumers bank the $150 charge seemed excessive to this woman - who says shes done visiting this gas station. and shes not the only one concerned... we found multiple lawsuits against pilot nationwide - claiming significantly greater than the total cost of the fuel actually purchased." lenard says its a difficult situation for gas stations to deal with :39:19they're faced with this duel edged sword because they don't want to alienate the customer but at the same time they want to adhere to the rules so they get paid for the transaction. those holds can vary from $25... to over 100-dollars there are a few ways you can protect yourself against these unexpected holds... the easiest, pay inside the
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that allows the station to swipe your card with a pin - allowing that full transaction to happen right away. she fought with another woman over a man and now says she regrets commiting murder over i. it.44-53 it was uncalled for, it was an act or ignorance,. it was against everything i stand for as a person person and then the judge handed down 30 years behind bars for tequila cole.she was on the run f-b-i's most wanted list. police say the victim.. 23 year old alonna thomas..agreed to fight cole not realizing she had brought a gun to the fight until it was too late. 3 paul farr, the getaway driver in the laylah petersen murder, was sentenced to fives years behind bars today.the two men who fired into the wrong house..killing the five year old girl..will be sentenced next month. 3 and the former milwaukee police officer charged with sexual assault entered a "not guilty" plea today.dominique
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the department for those charges..he's also under investigation for the shooting of armed drug suspect sylville smith in sherman park.there has been no decision on charges in that case. 3 3 it's the final days before the election... and in milwaukee, you still have one day to vote early.early voting ends tomorrow night at 5.it ended today for most of the state.. 3 as we inch closer to election day... republicans and democrats are hitting the campaign trail in wisconsin this weekend.s barbaresi is live more the last-minute efforts to get votes. this weekend-donald trump, mike pence and tim kaine are set to make stops in southeast wisconsin-signaling that both campaigns still think wisconsin is up for grabs. 3 00;55;32 campaigns are very transparent, all we have to look to see where the candidates and where the vp candidates are and that tells you what they're worried about. the latest marquette law school poll put hillary clinton six points ahead of
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margin that both candidates are campaigning hard in the state00;56;08 we've suddenly, out of no where, become the center of the world. the most important place because for a candidate to be in wisconsin the weekend before the election, two days before the election, that tells you how important wisconsin is.mike pence will make a stop in wisconsin saturday and sunday- donald trump is scheduled to appear in west allis-- his sixth visit to the state during the general election. hillary clinton hasn't visited wisconsin since april, but her running mate tim kaine made stops in appleton and madison on tuesday-- and will be back in the state on sunday. 00;56;44 the fact that its kaine coming just before the election, not clinton, means they're still sort of worried about wisconsin. this close to the election, mordecia lee says polling isn't what matters-- it's how many people actually get out to vote on tuesday-- and that's what candidates will emphasize at their events this weekend. 01;02;33 there are probably going to be about 20,000
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wisconsin goes. cbs 58 will have reporters covering this weekends events-- i'll be with the trump campagin on sunday.look for our reports on air and on line. hillary clinton hasn't campaigned in wisconsin since the primary.so it was up to vice president joe biden to rally supporters for the democratic nominee... telling the crowd donald trump is unqualifed to be president. 3 thoroughly -- as a consequence of what he doesn't know, what he thinks he knows and the way he's demonstrated his character -- he's thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be the commander in chief of the united states of america. america. biden also critized senator ron johnson.he also encouraged voters to go to the polls. janesville republican paul ryan forced to address published reports that he doesn't want to be speaker of the house anymore. anymore.02-12don't believe
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speaker you know why? cause we have an agenda that we have to put into law in 2017. i helped create it i'm really ready and willing to get to work to execute our plan to save our country." 3 congressman ryan is well ahead in all the polls for re- election to the first district. the speaker vote is scheduled for november 15th. ryan had some other drama at a campaign appearance with ron johnson in mosinee today.. when the power went out..after a goose flew into a transformer. 3 cbs 58 will have live team coverage of whatever en in local and state races and reaction to the presidential election. we hope you'll join us on tuesday night. 3 the packers getting ready to take on the colts this sunday at lambeau..and if you're planning on going to the game, remember to take some extra time getting there. there.lots of traffic is expected near the stadium a few hours before ?and? after the game.and don't forget to pick up some non-perishable food items.the packers are hostng a food drive before the game, with some donations going to the hunger task force. sunday's game is also the
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game... look for camoflage goal posts and other banners all over lambeau. 3 and remember... you can watch the packers game sunday afternoon right here on cbs 58! kick off is 3-25, so tune in! 3 investigating crimes and car crashes like never before. next.. the local department showing off the new device and only to cbs 58. 3 and, what the d-o-t is allowing oil takers to do to
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the waukesha police department is pushing the boundaries of te. technology.they recently purchased a device that cuts investigation times...and can
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has an exclusive look at what it can do.eric? bill/michele...it's called the faro focus 3d scanner and waukesha is the only ?local? police department in the state with one. come along as we give you an in-depth look at what this really can do. on a chilly night in early february...a bad car crash kept waukesha detectives busy looking at every element trying to figure out what happened.giving a millimeter by millimeteok up to it is ?this?...the faro 3d scanner. scanner."in a 3d world, you can go through that whole scene in a virtual environment."for our exclusive demonstration of what it can do...we're using the waukesha police conference room.the faro takes 360 degree images, and can be moved to different points at a scene to take different angles.what the faro spits out is totally futuristic..."what you're seeing here a recreation of the scene..."flying around a scene can give detectives a
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was standing, or where a car's skid marks began."we can turn it in to what they call dollhouse...and now you're like above and looking down directly in to the room."it makes measuring distance or a bullet's trajectory much simpler.depending on the situation...it saves hours or weeks compared to the pencil and paper method."it measures everything exactly, down to approximately two millmeters accurate."accuracy like that not only helps solve a case, but if you sit on a jury, you're going right along with there with us investigating the scene."the faro cost thousands...but what it does and how it'll help is worth much more... more... "i don't think you could put a price tag or i don't think you could even say what that's even worth or how much or how valuable it's even going to be to us and other law enforcement throughout the area." the faro's scans are currently being used as evidence in a few cases. and michele...other cities in the county are borrowing it for
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hundreds of people from around the state attended the service for fallen rusk county sheriff's deputy dan glaze. glaze.deputy glaze was shot and killed responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle last weekend.the 43-year old leaves behind a wife and three children.the community is making sure they know they will be taken care of.the suspect in the shooting -- 43-year-old doug nitek -- is in custody... but has not been charged. milwaukee police have a unique partership with other police departments.. training them in different techniques. with police from a european cou. country..officers from "montenegro" presented a certificate to milwaukee police otday.they've been there three times for different workshops, like evidence collection.they then bring those techniques back to their home departments. 05:06:17-33 many of the countries in the balkans have a great deal of ethinc diversity with their boundaries and they're emerging from a decades-old era of conflict among these very groups... so obviously democratic consent policing
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reaucratically police from egypt, norway, panama, iraq.... and even other american cities have traveled to milwaukee to learn from the department. the d-o-t is allowing tankers to haul overweight loads of fuel to avoid gas and diesel sh. shortages.it's because the west shore pipeline from milwaukee to green bay is shut down.the d-o-t confirms there's an energy emergency... and says it wants to make sure there's no shortage during the winter heating season.tankers can haul the extra fuel through january 3. 3 front...e labor department reports 161-thousand jobs were added in october, marking the 73rd consecutive month of job gains. gains.unemployment dipped to 4-point-9-percent.that's down by half since 2009, when unemployment peaked at 10- percent. wages also grew 2-point-8 percent in october compared to a year ago. 3 if you haven't seen the china lights exhibit... your time is running out!it's the last weekend for the exhibit at the boerner botanical gardens.this weekend the first 6-thousands guests will get free mobile
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-- and a free fortune cookie. online tickets have been sold out.... ?but?, you can still get tickets on-site at the garden's front desk... and tickets will be sold until the parking lots are full.the last day to see china lights is sunday.
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tonight: mostly clear. lows in the 40s. wind: sw 5 mph. saturday: plenty of sun and mild temps. highs around 65. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: beautiful weather both saturday and sunday. mostly to completely sunny both days with high temperatures in the middle 60s. might be the last great weekend to see good fall color. slowly cooling to start next week but still
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3 tonight: mostly clear. lows in the 40s. wind: sw 5 mph. saturday: plenty of sun and mild temps. highs around 65. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: beautiful weather both saturday and sunday. mostly to completely sunny both days with middle 60s. might be the last great weekend to see good fall color. slowly cooling to start next week but still
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3 record high corn production is proving to be too much of a good thing for a lot of wisconsin farmers.the record high quanities produced this year... is putting prices very low.agriculture experts say that means corn is costing more to harvest than to sell. 28-38 "i do fear that as these prices have come down so much over the last couple of years that it's going to drive out the younger farmers that don't have a lot of equity" equity" agriculture experts say trade deals with other countries could help stabalize corn prices, so farmers will be in a better position to compete. it's that time of year again... you'll bee seeing a lot of red kettles and bell ringers.the salavation army kicked off its annual red kettle christmas campaign today... with money going towards the organizatoin's programs and services. "we have individuals sleeping in salvation army beds every night of the year, were helping family's, we're giving away toys, we're giving away food, all the types of
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collected are important for this season and for the coming " year." all money raised stays in the community.the salvation army hopes to raise 4 million dollars this year.bell ringers will be out through christmas eve. more progress on the bucks aren. arena....the first steel columns and beams will be installed monday afternoon. construction started this summer on the new arena.the arena is expected to open in time for the 2019-2019 season. more than 5 million fans filled chicago's streets today... all to welcome home the world series champs. champs.34-39 cheering cheering things got underway at wrigley field... then went through downtown and ended in grant park for a pep rally.cubs fans from near and far joined in on the celebration... including some from milwaukee 3 30-40 monica: the people are feat! we love the city. we love coming home to it. and there is a lot of positive energy a lot of love for this team. 3 the city even dyed the chicago river "cubbie" blue in honor
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the packers coming off a loss to the falcons.... what they need to do sunday against the colts to get back in the win column i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever...
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said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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datone jones fined over 36-thousand dollars for this hit on matt ryan. ryan.it was flagged as a roughing the passer penalty in the game. the fine more than
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fine he got last year when he hit washington qb kirk cousins. the colts have give up 31 sacks on andrew luck this year... so in chalk talk... gary ellerson says jones may have to watch himself. andrew luck at qb, ty hilton at receiver frank gore not what he used to be but i'd think you'd have to have some respect for these guys, right? right?you always have to have respect-otherwise you'll lose. but this isn't a good football team. if you look at luck, his sack totals are so high right now--you get hit like that, he's not looking down the field. ty hilton a small, speedy receiver he can get behind us but luck just doesn't have time to throw the football.how many rushes do you give james starks and how much work do you give ty montgomery considering they're coming off injuries but playing a team that's not pretty good in indianapolis
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is gonna get. let's keep the flow going with aaron rodgers, montgomery, adams, janis, allison. all these guys young guys but they're doing a pretty good job right now.so you let rodgers throw the ball 50, 60 times, you don't care/ care/ let me have it. it would be great to see the packers put up another 30 points themwinning this game 28-14, the packers. eighth-ranked wisconsin trying to keep their big ten and college football playoff hopes alive against northwestern northwestern. but since 1999... the badgers have played four times at ryan field...and four times, they've lost, including the last time in 2014. so cornerback sojourn shelton says anyone that thinks the badgers are in the easy part of their schedule doesn't really know what they're
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i think it may be easy to buy into the going through the gauntlet. we see it every week a top team playing a team they should beat and someway, somehow that team loses. somehow that team loses.
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3 halloween is over... but for some sheep... the treats come ?after? the holday.a south carolina dairy farm "smashes" the pumpkins...then the sheep get to eat the inside.dairy farmers say the pumpkins are a good source of potassium and vitamins.this won't be the last of holiday treats: come christmas..the sheep get to feast on the needles and bark from leftover christmas trees. one of the milwaukee county's newest resident is also a fan of pumpkins.meet josie.she's a 4-year-old eastern black rhino. besides pumpkins, her favorite foods include, watermelon, cantaloupe and romaine lettuce. josie has a couple more years before she's mature enough for breeding.breeding is important because black rhinos are threatened by poachers who
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horns. "the rising middle class in vietnam has used it to cure anything from cancer to use as a party drug or status symbol. it is worth more than the price of gold." gold." for her first 30-days at the zoo, josie will be quarantined in the indoor part of her exhibit.eventually she'll be allowed outdoors. 3 tonight: mostly clear. lows in the 40s. wind: sw 5 mph. mild temps. highs around 65. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: beautiful weather both saturday and sunday. mostly to completely sunny both days with high temperatures in the middle 60s. might be the last great weekend to see good fall color. slowly cooling to start next week but still
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van.
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> cnn's new national poll shows only four point separate the two rivals. >> stephen: i've got to find some escape from this election! just a moment of peace. i know, i'll relax by finishing my ship in a bottle. let's see, just straighten the mast here and then pull the rigging over the spar... you son of a bitch colbert! you stabbed me! as sure as the sea is wet, i will have my revenge! you will rue the day you tried to murder captain bainbridge! i have need to take my mind off this severe puncture wound.

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