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state, about 66-percent of the voting age population. the commission had expected a turnout of closer to 69-percent. conventional political wisdom says higher turnout often favors democrats, though it's not clear if that happened yesterday. repulicans are now about two months away from having complete control of washington d-c.with donald trump in the white house working with republican house and senate majorites the g-o-p will at least in theory, be able to legislate without partisan paul ryan talked about that in janesville and cbs 58's david ade was there. house speaker paul ryan says he wants to work hand in hand with a donald trump administration putting bills on trump's desk to be signed into law.one of the first up repealing and replacing the affordable care act. this house majority this senate majority has already demonstrated we're able to pass that legislation and put it on the president's desk the problem is president obama vetoed it. now we have president trump coming who is
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that's not the only thing ryan has his eye on next year.he mentioned a few other things he wants the republican congress to tackle"think about the laid off coal workers who now see relief coming. think about the farmers here in wisconsin who are being harassed by the epa and the waters of the usa. think about the about the ranchers out west who are being harassed by the interior department or the laid off timber workers. there is relief coming."ryan also credited trump's for making the house and senate majority numbers even stronger and says he wants to hit the ground running as soon as trta janesvilledavid ade.. .cbs 58 news. "but i tell you reince is really a star. and he's the hardest working guy..." guy..." wisconsin's own reince priebus got special attention from donald trump during his victory speech for priebus' work as head of the republican national committee. priebus has been mentioned in some reports as a possible chief of staff in a trump white house. 3 meanwhile we received confirmation from governor
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position in trump's cabinet if offered one. a spokesman says walker intends to serve his full term as governor.and the website "politico" quotes a person "close to trump" who says milwaukee county sheriff david clarke is a possible candidate for secretary of homeland security. security.in a statement this afternoon, clarke doesn't exactly put the speculation to rest. he says "i will continue to be the sheriff of milwaukee county until i am no longer the sheriff of milwaukee county. ....anything other than that is pure speculation." latino activists say moving forward doesn't mean forgetting the issues during the campaign. campaign.voces de la frontera gathering families who benefitted from president obama's executive action which saved undocumented children from deportation.many now question their future..but not their resolve to make sure their voices are not silenced just because their candidate wasn't elected. valeria ruiz/daca studentruiz: don't be afaid. we're going to keep fighting. we're all going to fight. we're all going to come together and fight so
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daca. so that we can continue to contribute to the economy by being able to continue working. voces is especially concerned about intimidating speech during the campaign and that a sense of fear could linger. they emphasized that the concerns about jobs and economy is shared by all ethnicities. what kind of an impact could a trump presidency have for immigrants in america. cbs 58's marshanna hester joins us in the studio with more on that story. 3 michele-- amid the uncertainty there's a lot of worry and fear among many right here in milwaukee.. local immigration attorney kevin layde has been busy today answering calls and emails from concerned clients. he says many of them are trying to bring families from other countries, get lawful premanent residency or get citizenship.right now-- layde doesn't know how things will change-- but says the biggest challenge will be the "defered
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undocumented children from deportation-- giving them the opportunity to work, go to college and build a life for themselves.layde expects that will be taken away if trump gets his way and offers this advice.. 3 "if someone is here who might have the opportunity who's undocumented and might have some possibilities of working toward lawful status now would be an excellent time to try to understand your options completelty." 3 immigrants are hard workers -- getting rid of this program could hurt employers and small businesses.back to you. 3 watch for much more national reaction to donald trump's victory on the cbs evening news at 5-30...right after this newscast. 3 3 toss to drew drew tonight: mostly fair. lows
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60s. the record is 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20.rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. dry weather is expected. most of next week with feature highs in the 50s. tonight: mostly fair. lows near 40.thursday: mostly sunny and windy. highs in the mid 60s. the rd 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20. rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. dry weather is expected. most of next week
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3 new at five, two women under attack on milwaukee's northwest side with a very similar description of the man who assaulted them.milwaukee police hope this composite sketch will help them solved two sex assaults that happened within hours and blocks of each other yesterday..near 79th and aa greentree.the suspect is about 25-years old, around 5 foot five or six, husky with a diamond studded earring in his left ear. if you have any information, please call milwaukee police. 3 a dodge county sheriff's sergeant has been cleared of any wrongdoing for a deadly shooting in beaver dam three months ago.sergeant joseph nicholas shot and killed james quealy.. after quealy fired at officers during a standoff. today the state justice department ruled that sgt. nicholas was justified in his response...and he's been
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a milwaukee man copes with the loss of his home in a fire. fire. that fire heavily damaged this house at 64th and spokane on milwaukee's north side. joseph d'angelo tells cbs 58 news he was at work this morning when he received word of the fire...and by the time he got back, there wasn't much left inside. "it's just everything's like starting from scratch again, you know, all the clothes are gone, everything...this is what i have." have." no word yet on started. veterans will have a permanent memorial at wauwatosa's luther manor, thanks to a determined master sergeant. sergeant.-nats- "detail...hup!...carry arms" arms" they dedicated the memorial today...and the dozens of vets in that life plan community can thank 25-year army officer dave myers, a resident of luther manor. myers counted
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center, started the planning process and designed the memorial himself. "it's that serrgeant motherly feeling that only sergeants know what i'm talking about when i mention that. it was something important that i needed to do for my chickadees at luther manor." manor." a full color honor guard was on hand for today's ceremony....you'll see the memorial in luther manor's welcome center. if the green bay packers are going to turn their season around, looks like they'll road. the pack launches a 3-game road trip in tennessee this sunday. cbs 58's scott grodsky reports from green bay. scott "the packers offense is finally getting healthier here in green bay. tight and jared cook and running back james starks both practiced today and will practice again tomorrow as they try to figure out if they can play sunday against the titans, if either one of them is healthy it will give the offense a huge boost." boost."corey linsley "i thought they looked really
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you know they are both great players and i think with those guys back it's going to obviously help us." us."aaron rodgers "a big body that can go down the middle, he has great speed, big body running down the middle is also good at the point of attack, good blocker. has good agility with the ball in his hand i'm looking forward to getting back out there."scott "switching over to the defensive side of the ball cornerback demerius randall practiced for the first time in a few weeks. he is not expected to go on sunday, coming up in sports we will take a look at the defense, and what stop the top-tier run game of the tennessee titans. reporting at lambeau field scott grodsky cbs 58 sports." 3 next at five, if someone has broken into your car in waukesha recently, police there want to hear from you. we'll tell you why. 3 and it's a final exam, in which the students could actually get hurt. it happened in milwaukee and we'll have the story when the news at five returns.
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3 3 -closing bell- bell-some feared stocks would crash after the election.but
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?gained? 257 points...some analysts say donald trump's conciliatory victory speech in the early morning hours may have helped rally the market. you can watch it on our website cbs 58 dot com. after as many as ?thirty? vehicle break-ins in waukesha...police there are asking the ?victims? to come forward. authorities tell cbs 58 they've recovered so much evidence during recent arrests, that returning items is becoming a problem. problem.jacob kittilstad joins us live near the les l the break-ins targeted unlocked vehicles in these neighborhoods between the fox river and waukesha city hall. ?small items? were mostly taken... maybe one of the reason why some people haven't realized yet that they've become victims. > 5;38;32> "cell phone chargers were in this middle console."> > dawn mccormick ives in the neighborhoods off sunset drive...> the ones targeted this weekend.> > 5;34;0
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barking about 3:30 in the morning. i just assumed it was one of the neighbors. i did hear a car door. never went to investigate until i went out at 5:30 in the morning and noticed that someone had gotten into our vehicle."> //> 5;38;59> "and then i had noticed that the stuff that we had in here and in here weren't there."> 5;39;16> "was that a weird feeling? -it was because i was scared. it was dark outside. and we have bushes that are like right next to the car."> > but waukesha police had already identified two people of interest...> found with a haul of stolen items.> > (cover)> 5;5 5;26;25> "we believe that anywhere from 15 to 30 vehicles were broken into and various items were stolen."> 5;29;13> "i can identify that a backpack amount of items. i think you can i can agree that we might have one or two chargers, but 20 car chargers? or cords of similar devices? it's a little bit suspicious that we would say 'hey why do you have all of this type of material?'."> > (nat.)> 5;32;43> "we have an auxillary cord, an ashtray..." > > now victims...> like dawn...> are claiming their object.> she's just the sixth person to come forward.> she says she's pleased the investigation has gone so smoothy...> adding...in the 16 years she's lived in her waukesha home, she say this is
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sad right now to know that people have to resort to stealing other people's things to try to get by." waukesha police are waiting to refer charges to the district attorney's office until more victims come forward. live in waukesha... jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. 3 3 3 tonight: mostly fair. lows near 40.thursday: mostly sunny and windy. highs in the mid 60s. the record is 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20.rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s.
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dry weather is expected. most of next week with feature highs in the 50s. 3 3 3 tonight: mostly fair. lows near 40.thursday: mostly sunny and windy. 60s. the record is 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20.rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. dry weather is expected. most of next week with feature highs
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fair. lows near 40.thursday: mostly sunny and windy. highs in the mid 60s. the record is 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20. rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. dry weather is expected. most of next week with feature highs in the 50s. how do you properly train how
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threatening and life-saving work they'll have to do? do? -nats show flame through hole in wall- wall- you send them into an actual burning building. toy, 24- milwaukee fire department recruits took what amounts to their "final exam"....after 15- weeks of classroom training, they suited up and were sent into a vacant building, set on fire by their trainers. "we;'re ready, we're anxious, we're excited. it's, it's game day essentially." essentially." "this the exciting part of the job, if you will. you know, being able to rush into that burning building, save a life, but they recognize that it's also the emergency medical response that we do and the impact you can have on someone's life." life." assuming these recruits pass this "exam", they'll be ready to graduate and become firefighters in a few days. 3 coming up tonight at ten.,.. in the last year milwaukee has taken steps to deal with the panhandling problem.but if you've pulled up to a red light lately, you may wonder
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approach.one method has been spreading across the nation -- tune in to see how these cities are turning 'beggars into breadwinners.' 3...
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if there's anything to be happy about wihe still number one. barely. by three yards. the way frank gore ran all over them sunday, you couldn't tell... and it gets no easier with the packers facing the third best rushing atack in the nfl. scott grodsky has more from green bay. scott "the packers top ranked run defense has been dominant in almost every game this season. except against the cowboys number one ranked rushing offense. they took the packers to school racking up almost 200 yards in a 30 to 16 win for the cowboys right here
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themselves a bit this weekend in tennessee taking on the third ranked rushing offense in the nfl."nick perry "this is a different game, we're not playing the cowboys. we flipped the page on that, we learn from those mistakes and those kind of games help us even better into these later games."jake ryan "it's going to be a great challenge for us just because you have a dual threat quarterback who can do both. they're great running it, great with the zone read, great downhill we'll see what happens but i think our defense stacks up great against their offense." morgan burnett "our main goal as a defense is to stop the run, eliminate big plays so that's going to be our focus going into this game."scott "at 4-4 is this a must win game for the packers? don't ask aaron rodgers, he says i hate that term, world war 2 was a must win, football is football. the next challenge for rodgers is going up against the titans in tennessee. and of course we'll be there in nashville
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throughout the weekend. reporting in green bay, scott grodsky cbs 58 sports badgers safety leo musso has made a couple plays down the stretch for this badgers defense.... none bigger than his scoop and score against michigan state. that--a part of the reason the badgers now seventh in the college football playoff rankings. if wisconsin wins their remaining games, including illinois... they'll be in a good position to be in the playoff. no important time to right now for wisconsin. that's where a lot of teams prove themselves because bodies start to hurt and metally school weighs on peoiple. really we gotts focus on this week and getting through november before anything else. the kids in the house at panther arena. it's school day where the admirals hosting chic. chicago....second period is when the scoring started... freddy giudreau with the power
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point but the score ends up 4-4 going into overtime. the one thing better than free hockey? an admirals win. alex carrier delivers for the kids and for the ads. 5-4 the
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tonight: mostly fair. lows near 40.thursday: mostly sunny and windy. highs in the mid 60s. the record is 65 degrees. winds: sw 10-20.rest of the week/weekend: a cold front moves through by friday with highs in the upper 40s. 50s return for the weekend. dry weather is expected. most of next week with fere 3 thanks for joining us.the cbs evening news with scott pelley
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>> pelley: america's new reality. >> donald j. trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the united states on january 20. >> i think we're kind of in unchartered territory. >> i promise you that i will not the chance to lead. >> we are now all rooting for his success. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: the outsider is in. donald john trump rode a wave of anti-washington anger on an improbable 17-month journey from

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