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"i have a lot of kids and they vote differently than i do and i'm telling them vote. it's the one right we have in this united states and use it." it." it's all up to the voters at this point.we have ?team? coverage of "election day 20-16." but ?first?--- breakinws connection with the deadly hit and run... that took the life of a five-year-old milwaukee girl.cbs 58's ?lindsey branwall?... is live on milwaukee's north side.. with the new developments. i spoke with the family, who thanks god they are one step closer to having closure in the death of little rickiya langham. the accident happened sunday morning, as 5 year old rickiya langham and her mother were
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they have arrested one suspect connected to the hit and run, and know who the driver is... who they're currently seeking. the porche cayenne involved in the accident was recovered by police last night. again, police know who the driver is... but have not yet identified him. like i said, the family has been calling for anyone responsible to be turned in, we'll hear more from them tonight at 4&5 reporting live... 3 the family of (rick-eye-uh) langham... has set up a ?memorial fund? at "educators credit union."funeral services are ?next week?... at "pitts funeral home" in milwaukee. now back to the story that dominates today's news...the end of campaign 20-16... election day across america. five hours down... 8 more to go until the polls close in
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places in brookfield.waukesha county is one of the areas where republican ?donald trump?... is counting on a ?lot of support?... in his race against ?hillary clinton.? we'll take you ?back there? in just a minute.but ?first?--- let's check out the turnout so far in ?milwaukee.? cbs 58's ?kyle aevermann?.... is live at the "zeidler building." kyle? it's been a constant stream of people voting here at the zeidler municipal building since polls opened at 7 this morning. and we're told it's been the same story at the the city. elections officials say the first two hours after polls opened were probably the most robust they will be all day.by 10 o'clock this morning, an estimated 20-30 percent of registered voters in milwaukee had already cast their ballots. that's on track with the expected 87 percent of registered voters who will vote in the city of milwaukee. there has been some confusion about the state's voter photo
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working with voters to make sure they understand what they need to do to make sure their vote counts.neil albrecht with the city of milwaukee election commission says, while lines are expected for much of the day, having multiple locations for early voting is helping reduce wait times today. neil albrecht /executive director, city of milwaukee election commission, "that's a win-win, not just for the people who early voted to get their ballots in, but also for everyone appearing at those polling places today because they have 52, 300 fewer pele time." the milwaukee election commission says there have been minimal tabulating issues but rapid response teams are dispatched throughout the city to help with any issues. milwaukee mayor "tom barrett"--- one of the early birds today.he voted this morni. morning. -nats-"good morning!" "could i please see your id?" id?"yeah, don't forget your id. mayor barrett howed ?his?.. when he walked into his
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side.the mayor got a chance to talk to people before casting his ballot--- because like ?many? voters--- he had to stand in line. "i find it a very good day to stand in line. i like standing in line and my wife, my kids all voted early and many times i have voted early, but this time i thought i want to be there on election morning so it feels good to cast that vote and stick it in the machin" machine." mayor barrett says... early reports show--- in his words--- a "tremendous" turnout in the city of milwaukee.he expects that to 3 3 let's go west now. waukesha county got a ?lot of attention?... in the runup to the election. cbs 58's ?julie parise? is live in brookfield....julie? we've seen a long but quick moving line to vote here in brookfield.the poll manager here tells me ?????? people have already cast ballots. earlier this morning over at waukesha city hall we saw a
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in the morning.so far we have not heard any reports of problems at the polls.in fact, we've talked with several voters today and most everyone has told us they've been in and out of the polls in minutes, without any confusion -- and that this election is too important to skip. gloria morino/voter it went fast everybody knew what they were doing the ballot was easy to follow i know who to vote for and it wasn't complicated and i say it went like butter jeff majdoch/vot stake. kind of, every year there's too much at stake for every election. one of those good things to doi'm glad to be able to vote. at my age!? im glad to be alive. i'm 95 years old. how bout that!? i'm 95, and i hope to be able to come back next year! one new challenge for poll workers this year -- a poll manager told us he's trying to keep an eye on people taking selfies at the polls. people are allowed to snap them outside, but selfies with
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3 3 sunshine greeted voters in ?washington? county this morning.this is a look at voters at a polling place in ?germantown.?some of the voters we talked to... say they ?struggled with their decision? after a long campaign. "um i guess i was more educated in this one than the last one but more nervous because of who the candidates w" were." "it wasn't an easy we weren't really satisfied with some of the selections put before us, but you have to make a choice so that's what we did." did." 3 cbs 58 was also in ?ozaukee county? this morning... where the lines were ?not? long yet. if the presidential campaign has been a ?turn-off? for ?some? voters--- we didn't find that here. "i've been to africa and europe and..our country - (chokes up) ...i'm sorry
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it." "i'm happy it's gonna be over. i will be celebrating tonight." "celebrating what?""hillary's v" victory." it's a fight to the finish... in the wisconsin senate race. russ feingold is trying to win back his old senate seat... in one of the most closely watched races in the entire cou. country.both candidates have had ?big names? from their parties... out on the campaign trail trying to win over voters. "ron johnson"-- the incumbent--- has made 19 stops across s thursday.he's traveled at times... with donald trump's son-- eric---- wisconsin governor "scott walker" and u-s house speaker "paul ryan." feingold has had plenty of visits as well..democratic vice presidential candidate "tim kaine" and current vice president "joe biden" are in his corner. the final marquette law school poll had just one percentage point separating incumbent senator "ron johnson" and challenger "russ feingold." 3 ?weather? is always key on election day.meteorologist "rebecca schuld"... shows us what we can expect this afternoon and tonight.
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day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the mid 50s. winds:w 10-2tonight: partly cloudy, cooler. lows in the 30s. closer to 40 lakeside. week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in the lower 60s for thursday. a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. abundant sun expected through this week and weekend. toss back to mike
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the sound of boos greeted "donald trump"... his wife "melania"... and daughter "ivanka" this morning as they emerged from their polling place in new york city. the republican presidential nominee... ?smiled and waved? to the crowd... before leaving with his family. family. 3 meanwhile--- a helicopter hovered over the motorcade... taking hillary clinton to ?her? polling place in upstate new york.craig boswell has the ?national perspective?.... on the presidential contest. (nats)supporters mobbed
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husband - former president bill clinton - as they filled out their ballots in their hometown of chappaqua, new york.(nats: 8:05 cheers when she's done filling it out) (nats from outside - pipe 8, then close ups on pipe 2)she greeted voters waiting outside and said she feels humbled. (sot: hillary clinton/presidential candidate - d) d)(pipe 8 08:26:30) "i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election, what it means for our country. and i'll do the best i can if i'm fortunate enough to be elected."her running mate tim kaine got an even earlier start, casting his ballot at 6am in richmond, virginia. (nats)donald trump voted a few hours later in new york city. possible s craig boswell/cbs news/sterling, va) va)"based on a cbs news analysis, hillary clinton leads trump 214 to 186 in electoral votes. but a number of states remain up for grabsand the outcome will likely depend on voter turnout."trump got off to an early lead when the first voters cast ballots in some parts of new hampshire just after midnight.then in the early morning hours, there were long lines of voters - from new york to california - from maine to miami. (sot: mos) 09:10:22 "i think it's important to exercise my right
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america is not like me."(sot: mos)"while there were no perfect candidates i feel one candidate was clearly above the beyond the other."both clinton and trump plan to hold election night parties in new york city ch to wate results. craig boswell, cbs news, sterling, virginia. polls in wisconsin are open until eight tonight. here's what you need to know... before you go. go.you ?will? need a photo id to cast your ballot. if you need to ?register? yet--- you also need "proof of " residence." have your i-d ready... when entering your place. poll workers will ask you to ?sign a poll list?... then they'll give you a ?voting number?... and hand you a ballot.as long as you're ?in line? by eight tonight--- you ?will? be able to vote. vote.if you ?don't? have a photo i-d yet--- you can still cast a "provisional ballot." but it will ?only? be counted... if you bring an acceptable i-d... by four p-m on friday. 3 cbs 58 will have ?team? coverage... as the results come in tonight.from the local and state races... to the historic presidential race--- you'll see it all ?tonight? on
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next on the "news at noon"--- new details about a pedestrian accident in kenosha. we now know it was ?deadly.? and if you look closely--- you can see a truck ?stuck under the freeway?--- a rush hour distraction... when the news at noon returns. johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really
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ent 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
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new details at noon... about a pedestrian accident in kenosha. we now know it was ?deadly.? ?deadly.?police say... 19-year- old "lavonta mcmath" of kenosha was killed. the accident happened around 8:30 last night.mcmath was trying to cross "washington road" near 55-th avenue... when a car hit him.officers say... he was ?not? in a crosswalk at the time. mcmath died right there at the scene.the 20-year-old driver is also from kenosha. 3 a traffic problem on i-94 at the end of the morning rush hour.that's the back end under the freeway bridge at mitchell boulevard--- near miller park.no one was hurt--- and despite the distraction--- the backup wasn't to bad.that truck has been cleared- no worries if you're heading out to vote now. election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the
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cooler. lows in the 30s. closer to 40 lakeside.week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in the lower 60s for thursday. a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. abundant sun expected through this week and weekend. election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the mid 50s. winds: nw 10-20. tonight: partly cloudy, cooler. lows in the 30s. closer to 40 lakeside.week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in the lower 60s for thursday. a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper
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weekend. abundant sun expected through this week and weekend. election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the mid 50s. winds: nw 10-20. tonight: partly cloudy, cooler. lows in the 30s. closer to 40 lakeside.week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in tow a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. abundant sun expected through this week and weekend. election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the mid 50s. winds: nw 10-20. tonight: partly cloudy,
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closer to 40 lakeside.week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in the lower 60s for thursday. a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. abundant sun expected through this week and weekend. ?ad lib? toss back 3 up next--- "double trouble" for samsung. plus--- how will the ?stock market?... react to today's ?presidential election?? hear
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in your election day "money watch" report---- electronics giant "samsung"... is dealing with a ?double dose? of bad news. 3 starting with a customer in france who says.... her galaxy "j-5" smartphone... ?caught fire and exploded? on sunday. that's a ?different model? than the galaxy note 7... that's been recalled around the world... because of problems with batteries ?overheating and catching fire.?samsung officials ?haven't? commented on this latest incident yet... because they say... they're still investigating it. meanwhile--- samsung's ?headquarters? in seoul, south
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investigation into a ?political scandal.?a confidante of the south korean president... is accused of ?using their relationship?.... to accumulate millions of dollars in donations to her foundations. samsung-- south korea's ?biggest company?-- is accused of being among the contributors. 3 here in the states--- many people are wondering what impact today's election... will have on the stock market. analysts seem to be ?divided.? some say... if ?donald trump? wins tonight--- we can expect a "brexit-like" sell-off in the markets tomorrow.... because it would bring more ?uncertainty? about economi and trade policies.but others say... a ?democratic? sweep could ?also? spark a sell-off... because investors would ?worry about more regulation? in the financial and health care sectors. meanwhile--- the dow is up 106 points right now.nasdaq is up 35 points. i'm voting for a ?nice evening? tonight.let's see if we'll get it."ready weather"
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lunchtime is one of the busy times at local polling places. this is a live picture from the "zeidler building" in downtown milwaukee. mayor barrett tells cbs 58... early reports show--- a "tremendous" turnout in the city of milwaukee.he expects that to ?continue? throughout the day. 3 if you're going to vote today--- do ?not? forget your id.you'll need it. also--- if you need to ?register? yet... bring "proof of residence." residence." when you walk into your polling place--- have your i-d ready. you to ?sign a poll list?... then they'll give you a ?voting number?... and hand you a ballot.as long as you're ?in line? by eight tonight--- you'll be able to vote. 3 cbs 58 will have ?team? coverage... as the results come in tonight.from the local and state races... to the historic presidential race--- you'll see it all right here on cbs 58. election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the
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tonight: partly cloudy, cooler. lows in the 30s. closer to 40 lakeside.week ahead: middle 50s for wednesday and then we top out in the lower 60s for thursday. a cold front moves through for friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. abundant sun expected through this weeand weekend. 3 we have a ?programming note.? because of election coverage tonight--- jeopardy and wheel of fortune will ?not? be seen at their regular times on cbs 58. shows on our ?sister station?--- w-m-l-w "the m"... at 7 and 7-30.both shows will return to their regular time ?tomorrow?... here on cbs 58. thanks for joining us at noon. get out there and vote today
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johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families.
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? >> bill: done. call list? >> ason: i can return most of these myself, but you're gonna have to deal with joe armstrong. >> bill: i'm sick of pulling that guy off the ceiling! what else? >> alison: i was expecting you to hear from someone by now, but radio silence. >> bill: who's that? >> alison: brooke. silence is getting a little loud. are you concerned? >> bill: no. you think i should be? >> alison: i can't imagine how it felt, i mean, especially for a heartbreaker like brooke just being left at the altar. >> brooke: nice of you to stop by. >> katie: you're not even supposed to be here.

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