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the month. police say he pushed his girlfriend onto traintracks...causing her to lose an arm among other injuries. but brandon calkins appeared in court this afternoon on unrelated charges... charges...cbs 58's jocelyne pruna joins us live from mukwonago with the update...jocelyne. both sides on this case are waiting on the train co accident that seriously injured brandon calkin's girlfriend on these train tracks in mukwonago "state of wisconsin vs. brandon calkins assigned to judge maxell." maxell." 22-year old brandon calkins appeared at the wakesha county courthouse and pleaded not guilty. he faces 3 misdemeanor charges, including misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct. according to the
amputated his girlfriend's left arm and seriously injured her after she had fallen on the train tracks.the criminal complaint states the victim called her mom around 9 at night to tell her calkins pushed her down and she had hit her head on a rock. her mom was going to meet her but she never arrived. her mom thinks that fall caused her daughter to lose conciousness and fall on the train tracks. once officials view video of the incident, they will decide if any additional charges will be filed.in mukwonago, jocelyne pruna, cbs58news. another in custody after a stabbing inside an apartment building overnight. overnight.police were called to 6th and land place in milwaukee just after eleven. a 29-year-old man was stabbed during a fight with a 50-year-old man, he was taken into custody. the victim is expected to survive. 3 police say a milwaukee woman ran into the street and was hit by a car early ths morning. it happened at about 1:45 on lincoln avenue right by the forest home cemetary. the woman suffered serious
stayed at the scene. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today...mostly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. .tonight...not as cool. chance of light rain in the evening... then light snow likely late in the evening. light rain in the late evening and overnight. no 3
30s. southeast winds 10 to 15 mph. chance of precipitation 90 percent. .wednesday...light rain. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. chance of rain 90 percent. .wednesday night...cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light rain through around midnight. lows in the mid 30s. southwest winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west after midnight. .thanksgiving day...mostly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. west winds 5 to 10 mph. .thuy
new at four: a tragic end to what was supposed to be a family hunting getaway in dodge county.police arrived at a cabin in reeseville only to find one man dead and another in very serious condition. condition.deputies went out to a cabin in rural reeseville... that's where the two men were staying.inside the cabin they found the two men.a 46-year-old milwaukee man who did not survive, and his 69-year-old father who was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.... care.the sheriffs office along with the dodge county medical examiner's office are trying to figure out exactly what happened, but say the early signs point to this being a carbon monoxide poisoning.we have a crew in the area... and will bring you more information as we get it. 3 new today at four --- we're getting a look at how many people benefited from the warrant withdrawl program this . month.for the past three wednesdays...lines formed out the door and down the block at the milwaukee municipal court building.the totals released
in all, 15-hundred-77 people with warrants showed up.the judges withdrew more than 4-thousand of their warrants. as long as they pay all their fines within 90 days. days.there were more than one thousand people with driver's licenses suspended. and nearly three-thousand had those suspensions thrown out. out.the judges said they wanted people who were afraid to come forward because of outstanding warrants to begin working with the system. the milwaukee common council that may be delivering lead- contaminated water to homes... but is holding off for nowcbs 58's kyle aevermann was at the meeting this morning. 3 the finance and personnel committee recommended passing a substitute ordinance mandating the replacement of lead water service lines. now it looks like that will be on hold. the ordinance would require that privately owned portions of the lead service line be replaced when a leak or failure has been discovered or when the utility owned portion
planned or emergency. there was much discussion about the safety of lead pipes and the importance of fixing them. the council was split on sending this issue back to the finance and personnel committee but that failed. "and where i have an objection, is the special assessment. if public health is it one of our greatest issues in this community. then i think we might have a, we might have our up"the common council will talk about the substitute ordinance again at their next meeting. we are so looking forward to seeing familiar faces and making new friends at tomorrow's drive thru food drive for hunger task force..we've got all the details on how you can take part..coming up.. 3 and we'll take you to a local
thanksgiving drive thru food drive at miller park.bright and early 5 a.m. our collection begins for hunger task force..where the true measure of success..is by how you feel inside when you take part. we're never done laughter laughterit's the calm before the storm of donations that volunteers anxiously await. when southeast wisconsin answers the call for food.. food..ryan braun, milwaukee brewers: it's a special time of the year. when its around the holidays and you have the opportunity to help people lives it's an opportunity to give back. i've been fortunate to years. just need everybody to contribute. it all goes to good use. great cause, to people who are in need." need."we're all hoping to to knock it out of the park for hunger task force wednesday at the annual drive thru food drive at miller park.just pull up to halfaer field. you don't even have to get out of your car and you're sure to drive away with a surprise courtesy of the brewers community founda. foundation.sherrie tussler, hunger task force: without the community organizing these food drives, we would not be
36 thousand local families. we serve over 60,000 hot meals through our soup kitchens and that's every single month." let's get this baby moving we have people to feed feedsince 2012, cbs 58 has committed its resources to make sure this day before thanksgiving tradition a success.back then, we cheered on collecting 36 thousands pounds of food. last year it was more than 100 thousand... for a four year total of 328 thousand pounds of food. food. we're on fourth truck but this is about more than numbers.this is about taking the time to show compassion, connect with the community and make sure that nobody goes hungry throughout the entire holiday season and into the new year. year.we are proud of you. yeah! we are proud of you!! 3 the first 300 turkey donors will receive this barking hank bobblehead. goodies will continue to arrive and special appearances throughout the day so whenever you can make it..please do! 3 make a note..the annual drive thru food drive for hunger task force is five a.m. until
of non perishable food or money is accepted.cbs 58 will be broadcasting throughout the day so you might even see yourself on t-v. 3 students from alverno college are doing their part to put food on the table for families this thanksgiving. the athletics department managed to collect 280 turkeys to donate to hunger task orce. they did it by asking students to make donations from their personal meal plans. it's part of a competition among schools in their conference to see who can gather the most donations. "last year we actually won by doubling everyone else we're looking for our seventh w" win." the 280 turkeys collected is the most the school has ever collected. it will help feed 2- thousand peole this thanksgiving. a free clinic in walworth county is expanding. the began four years ago by offering serives to the uninsured. and now they're able to proved dental and vision care as well. cbs 58's morning news anchor has the story from walworth
exams."dr michele pindike is one of ?seven? dentists who volunteer their time at the clinic.she makes the drive from mequon.. once a week. "it's gratifying. you're making a difference in someone's life. as small as it may be, but, you make a difference every single day." in four years open arms has provided care to nearly 2-thousand patients and dispensed over a million dollars of life-saving medicine. nichols says they've come along way but hope to do a lot more "nobody imagined within 4 years we would have all of the services we do right now. we are when we're in clinic." 3 kate chappell reporting. the clinic is celebrating it's annual birthday gala next friday. kate will be there to emcee at the abbey resort in fontana. all proceeds go directly to the clinic. you can find more information on our website cbs 58 dot com. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
southeast winds 10 to 15 mph. chance of precipitation 90 percent. .wednesday...light rain. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. chance of rain 90 percent. .wednesday night...cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light rain through around midnight. lows in the mid 30s. southwest winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west after midnight. .thanksgiving day...mostly cloudy. highs in
i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift
shouldn't knee and ankle supports comfortably fit your knees and ankles? dr. scholl's new custom fit wellness center measures your leg in 3d... ...and recommends our custom-fit support that's right for you. new dr. scholl's custom fit ankle and knee supports. find the nearest kiosk at drscholls.com. a chilling update after a school bus crash killed five children in chatanooga, tennessee yesterday. investigators now believe the driver caused the wreck on purpose. cbs' mark strassmann reports. a tow truck hauled away the wreckage of the school bus that carried 35 woodmore elementary school children. it had flipped over on its side and wrapped around a tree ... killing one boy and four girls. girls."three that were in fourth grade, 1 that is in
one of her three children on the bus told cbs news the driver asked the students if they were "ready to die" moments before the crash. crash."my daughter said, right before the bus flipped, that he was speeding around the curb."police arrested the bus driver, 24 year old johnthony walker and charged him with 5 counts of vehicular homicide. "just last week, he told the kids, shut the hangover."for hours, emergency crews worked to remove kids from the mangled debris. "the most unnatural thing in the world is for a parent to mourn a loss of their child, there are no words that can bring comfort to a mother or a father and so today a city is praying for these families." families.""the bus had a camera onboard which investigators obviously will take a look at. mark strassmann, cbs news, chattanooga, tennessee."
that deadly crash once again sparking the debate about seat belts in school buses. there is no federal mandate on seatbelts in buses. six states require them but only california meets recomendations laid out by the national highway traffic safety administration. one big drawback on the proposal for seatbelts the cost. "we're not denying that this is going to be a challenge but we are looking at every angle from research to funding to figure out how to help everybody nationwide get their kids even safer." safer." it's estimated that four children die every year in large n-h-t-s-a believes seat belts would reduce those deaths by half. the president-elect did an interview with his campaign nemesis..the new york times..today..in what some are calling a softening of his positions as a candidate. he also held some more meetings at trump tower..that included a visit from ardent supporter..former new yor mayor rudi guiliana.senior trump adviser kellyanne conway has confirmed that the president-elect will not pursue charges against hillary
private email server while she was secreatary of state. "there's a tradition in american politics that after you win an election, you sort of put things behind you, and if that's the decision he reached, that's perfectly consistent with sort of the historical pattern." pattern." the president elect has issued a video so the public can see for themselves his plan for the first 100 days in office in his own words.that includes a withdrawal from the trans-pacific partnership and cutting regulations, fine tuning the nation's visa program. of a border wall or repealing obamacare. the investigation into wells fargo's fake accounts scandal will not be done until late spr. spring.that's how long it may take for an independent board of directors to investigate the six-thousand-branch bank. the board will also review a 2007 letter that was addressed to former c-e-o john stumpf, alleging the misconduct. thousands of employees were fired for opening fake accounts. they say it was because the bank set unrealistic sales goals.
more trouble for chipotle...three people are suing the chain...alleging they lied about their calorie count.the complaint specifically cites the chorizo burrito.chipotle claims the chicken and pork wrap is about 300 calories...and even pushed it as a "healthy item."in fact, the burrito may be at least 700 calories. you may have noticed some prices going up at starbucks. starbucks.the coffee chain says prices for certain cold drinks and baked goods went up 10 to 30 cents earlier this month..but didn't say why. back in july, starbucks raised pr drinks by as much as 20 cents. 3 samsung is still struggling with its smarphones catching fire. there are now reports of the "galaxy" s-7 devices bursting into flames...similar to what happened with the "note"-7 last month. samsung ended production on those phones. now, they're trying to reassure customers other devices are safe, despite customer complaints. 3 coming up...a mother who lost a child in a sad accident urges the milwaukee common council to move forward with a proposal that could prevent
and tomorrow's the big day travel day...what you can expect at the airports and on the roads... 3 and some are choosing to wake up early for black friday shopping deals...others are waking up early ?for beer?. we'll explain after the break. 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up
milwaukee common council members appear to be holding off on a decision on whether or not to require landlords to install screens on all windows. windows.cbs 58's lindsey branwall spoke to a mother who's child died after falling from a window without a screen. she joins us now live with more...lindsey. a milwaukee mother says she asked a landlord to put screens on their windows for months.when her baby died after falling out a window, one alderman proposed an ordinance alderman rainey's ordinance was heard in front of the common council today. it would require landlords to put screens on all openable windows. before the council could vote, it was sent back to committee because some council members had questions about how the ordinance would affect high rise apartments. alderman rainey believes it will have support.he hopes to prevent what happened to terry harris lockhart's son. the two-year-old died in august when he woke up from a nap,
says they'd already asked the landlord, and believes screens could have saved her son's life. "if there would have been screens on the windows...wouldn't have been hanging out of it" it""had we had this ordinance in place, maybe those screen windows would have been installed in that home and maybe little mikey would have been with us today." today." the proposed ordinance will be heard next in the zoning, neighborhood and development committee in the coming weeks. reporting live.. a not gulity plea today from the man who police say ran down a 5-year-old girl and kept driving. driving.30-year-old sherman liddell was ordered to stand trial during his preliminary hearing this morning. prosecutors say he took off after hitting rickyia langham november 6th..on her way to
will be back in court next month. 3 a woman accused of shaking a six-month old baby to death was back in court today for a procedural hearing. carrie heller was running an unlicensed daycare out of her cudahy home. she told police several stories about how the baby was hurt last january--before admitting to shaking the infant. a cbs 58 investigation discovered that heller has volunteered with the pta.. even though a judge says she cannot have contact th any children other her own.the cudahy school district says the activities did not give her access to students. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today...mostly cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. .tonight...not as cool. chance of light rain in the evening... then light snow likely late in the evening.
late evening and overnight. no snow accumulation. lows in the mid 30s. southeast winds 10 to 15 mph. chance of precipitation 90 percent. .wednesday..ht in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. chance of rain 90 percent. .wednesday night...cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light rain through around midnight. lows in the mid 30s. southwest winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west after midnight. .thanksgiving
3 it's going to be a busy shopping weekend. but some of the best black friday deals aren't found in a store. instead you'll findthem at your local brewery...where the seasonal beer selection is hitting shelves. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad has the story. nat. cap opening / pouringthe pour comes from one of just 4- thousand bottles...expected to
president...russ klisch...says there's good reason. reason."a lot of beers sometimes think that they talk about aroma but this one has a huge aroma to it. put your nose in there (sniff)."(nat. machineery)this is the fifth year 'black friday imperial stout'...bourbon-barrel-aged 10 months...will be availabe to consumers seeking out the rich vanilla, whiskey, and chocolate flavors."every year we've sold out ever since we've done it. there's people who stand in line every year for this." this.""but lakefront brewing isn't the l special tradition for the holiday season."(nat. open beer)like an shining ornament on a tree...this spiced belgian double makes its return to milwaukee brewing company.it's name: "elf's lament"."it actually came from one of my favorite bands - the barenaked ladies. it's one of their christmas songs."lead brewery kurt mayes came up with recipe...using cinnamon plum tea... tea..."it's kind of the christmas theme of sugar plums and fairies dancing around in your head. so i'm like that sounds like a good idea."they
sold in specialty liquor stores....something to be shared over the holidays... "it's a good dessert beer. you can have it with any type of cake or cookies. it goes well with anything like that." ...maybe while bragging about the find."this is one beer we did not hold back on. anything we could possibly do is in this beer."jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. lakefront brewery will start selling their black friday beer at 8 they're limiting three bottles per person...unless they have some left over after the first pass of the line. tomorrow is the start of the busy holiday travel season. for some airports...tomorrow is the busiest day of the year.
train to its milwaukee-chicago hawatha service. reservations required for most customers starting today through november 27-th. there will also be more cars per train to accommodate more passengers. if you're hitting the highways or headed to the airport...cnn's mary maloney has some advice on how to keep your travel plans running smoothly. for some -- nothing says thanksgiving like honking horns or long t-s-a lines.this year -- triple-a projects more than 48 million peopw to their turkey day destination.the t-s-a says it's prepared prepared"i actually think we are ready for holiday travelers this year."but are you?if you are one of the three million people flying the friendly skies -- arrive early.get to the airport roughly two hours -- before your flight.and if you have to park -- give yourself even more time.keep your phone charged.and make sure your airline has your number - just in case plans change.hitting the highway?be aware of your surroundings.and know that
traffic.after all -- triple a says 43.5 million people will go on a road trip.no matter if you use planes -- trains -- or automobiles -- check the weather before your trip.to see if mother nature will affect your travels.for consumer watch - i'm mary moloney "from flying toys to lightsabers i'm marlie hall in ny with a look at the hottest holiday toys." toys." 3 plus...we'll tell you which company is donating ?all? the money it makes on black friday and why. 3 3 with some adivce on how to enjoy that thansgiving meal...while watching your waistline. the news at four will be right back.
3 3 3 brooke, thank you for joining us. 3 outdoor clothing company "patagonia" says its donating 100-percent of its black friday sales to environmental groups. that could mean about a two-million dollar donation. the company says they came up with the idea after the election. saying...the country is divided but the environment is something everyone can come together on. patagonia already
to groups that fight to protect natural resources. 3 more americans say they'll shop online instead of in stores on black friday. friday.a new bank-rate report says only 23 percent of consumers plan to brave the crowds the day after thanksgiving. that's down form the 28 percent who said they planned to do in-stores shopping last year. 3 and if you are planning on braving the stores...google wants to help you avoid the crowds. the company has a new tool...similar to the traffic app "waze"... but for shoppers. the live crowd feature can tell you when a store is at its busiest...so you know when to avoid it and when to take advantage. 3 if you're shopping for young kids...cbs' marlie hall has a look at what toy experts say will be the most popular items on their lists this year.
plenty of holiday toys that hit the mark.including the nerf imperial death trooper blaster.laurie schacht is the chief toy officer at toy insider and says star wars toys are expected to be among the season's bestsellers. among the season's bestsellers. "we know that the star wars toys are gonna get on the shelves and fly right off." from over-sized action figures to saber, star wars toys come in all shapes sizes and sounds. "this is the kylo ren voice changing helmet"you can use this on your kids too. do your homework! (laughing)"there's also a flying millennium falcon.. one many drones on the market.this one is voice activated.but the break out toy this holiday season: hatchimals.the small
to walk, talk and play games. the toys which retail around 50 dollars are sold out at most stores, but people are selling online for well over 100 dollars."there's going to be a shortage, i mean if you see this on shelves, buy it don't think twice, in fact buy as many as they have and don't think twice."with so many popular playthings on kids wish-lists - toy makers have something to celebrate - the industry is expected to have its best year in more than a de.m 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is next...stay
cloudy. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. .tonight...not as cool. chance of light rain in the evening... then light snow likely late in the evening. light rain in the late evening and overnight. no snow accumulation. lows in the mid 30s. southeast winds 10 to 15 mph. chance of precipitation 90 percent. .wednesday...light rain. highs in the lower 40s. southeast winds 5 to 15 mph. chance of
drive. if you'd like to make a donation to help feed families this thanksgiving all you have to do is drive up to helfaer field at miller park. you don't even have to get out of your car...members of the cbs 58 news team will be there to collect your donations. there may be a few surprise guests from the brewers. and don't forget...if you get there early enough you'll get a free hank bobblehead. the food drive lasts from five in the
3 a milwaukee man found dead.. and his father unresponsive in a cabin in dodge county.. county..the two were deer hunting over the weekend. weekend. but family members got worried when they didn't return home.cbs 58's david ade is in dodge county with new information.. the dodge county sheriff tells me his department got a call last night from a milwaukee area family. that family couldn't reach a father and son who were up here on a hunting trip. deputies went out to a cabin in rural reeseville... that's where the two men were staying. inside the cabin they found the two men.a 46-year-old milwaukee man who did not survive, and his 69-year-old father who was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.... right now he is in intensive care. care.the sheriffs office along
examiner's office are trying to figure out exactly what happened, but say the early signs point to this being a carbon monoxide poisoning. dale schmidtdodge co. sheriff "obviously anytime we have a death investigation we look at it very seriously to ensure there wasn't any foul play. in this circumstance we don't believe that was the case, but we are still investigating all options. we believe it has the potential that could be a carbon monoxide poisoning type of incident."the dodge county sheriff tells me investigators are taking a close look at a furnace that was inside of is not releasing names or saying exactly where that cabin is. live in dodge county david ade cbs 58 news.. 3 lake mills police are asking for your help to find .. 16-year-old kendall humphries. she was last seen noember first.the center for search and investigations for missing children is in jefferson county looking for her..if you've seen kendall call 920-648-2354. a 2-year-old died crawling out
family blames the landlord for not having screens.now, the milwaukee common council is considering an ordinance that could prevent a similar tragedy from happending in the . future.cbs 58's lindsey branwall joins us live tonight with the details.. we were supposed to know today whether landlords in milwaukee will be required to put screens on windows, but before a decision was made, it was sent back to committee. the mother who lost her child is ?nat? terry harris-lockhart is still grieving for her son."i miss him, my daughter"in august, two year old michael woke up from a nap and crawled out a woke up from a nap year old michael in august, two daughter""i miss him, my son. grieving for her lockhart is still terry harris-?nat? ?nat? terry harris-lockhart is still grieving for her son."i miss him, my daughter"in august, two year old michael woke up from a nap and crawled out a window, only to get stuck.4:06 "i heard the story of little mikey and i saw the anguish of the family." alderman khlif rainey saw change was needed when he heard what happened,