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now at 4:30 - a ?car chase? and ?arrest? overnight in milwaukee. 3 and - a packers player gives back to the community ... to help young people reach new heights. 3 good morning everyone.it's wendesday, novemb2- jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell we're following a number of stories for you this morning... including, game 6 of the world series goes to... the chicago cubs!another victory for chicago... as they beat the cleveland indians last night.we look ahead to the final game of the series... in just a couple of minutes. 3 but first--- we have a chance for ?rain? this morning.let's get straight to meteorologist ?justin thompson-gee? to see when it could start. 3
with scattered rain showers and some rumbles of thunder. rainfall around a half inch. much cooler but still mild in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-10 mph.tonight: drying out. mostly cloudy. fairly mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.week ahead: highs in the upper 50s on thursday with clouds slowly clearing. mostly sunny sky returns friday and lasts into the weekend as temperatures warm into the lower and even some middle 60s.
new this morning--- a ?car chase? in milwaukee overnight... leads to a ?crash.?now three people are under arrest. arrest.it happened on i-43 northboud around 11:30 p.m. p.m. officials say they were chasing a car...... taken in an armed robbery.the suspects got on i-43 and drove at high rates of speeds.police say the suspects lost control near brown deer road...and crashed in a ditch.three suspects.. one adult and 2 juvenile girls.. were arrested at the scene. 18:49:48-57 "immediately after that there were four cop cars right there ..we could see their lights through the loud." 3 there were no injuries to the subjects. the i43 northbound lane was closed while the accident was being investigated. three men in their 20s and a 14-year-old girl are in custody... in connection to a stolen car in ?elm grove.? grove.?the car was parked in a ?family's driveway? near highland and juneau-- an area known to be extremely safe.the theft happened sometime between 8:30 saturday night and nine sunday morning.police officers on patrol in ?milwaukee? found the car
all from ?milwaukee.? newly filed court documents reveal more details in the death of jay anderson, junior. junior.anderson was shot dead by a wauwatosa officer in "madison park" in june.the attorney for anderson's family says... a "notice of injury" says there's no evidence anderson touched, raised, or pointed any alleged handgun toward the officer.the document is based on video the family has seen. 36-49 "the video shows at least twice prior to the shooting, mr. anderson, both his coming down, as if it looks as though he's passed out or is falling asleep. and twice that s occurs 3 family admits anderson had been drinking and was sleeping in his vehicle.wauwatosa police have not commented on the new paperwork. they tell us they are waiting on the d-a's final report before records will be made public. investigators say... the fire a milwaukee homeowner blames on his tenant... ?was? intentionally set. set.police have now arrested a 29-year-old man.the fire
homeowner believes his tenants set the fire... because they were being ?evicted.?police have not yet confirmed whether the man arrested is indeed one of the tenants. new developments...we've learned a uw-stout student.. who was attacked over the weekend.. has died. died. a temporary memorial popped up in downtown menomonie.that's where 24- year-old hussain saeed alnahdi--a foreign exchange student from saudi arabia-- was attacked early sunday morning.police say when they arrived at the scene... they found him bleeding from his mouth and nose.he died monday :34-:44 (emi stumke/ asst. professor, uw-stout) "i just wanted our saudi students to know they are wanted, they are a deeply important part of this community, they are valued and we'll do everything we can to keep them safe and let them feel that value." 3 3 menomonie police are investigating the death as a homicide. 3 dozens stood silently--- lining the streets of ladysmith---to ?pay tribute? to the rusk county sheriff's deputy ?shot dead? in the line of duty.33-year-old "dan glaze" is remembered for his ?positive impact? in the community.he had called for
responding officers found him ?dead.?the man in custody for the shooting... has a record for ?sexual assault... drunk driving... and resisting arrest.? 3 we have rain to talk about his morning!meteorologist justin thompson gee joins us now with a check of ready weather. ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???)) ahead??10???)) today: mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers and some rumbles of thunder. rainfall around a half inch. much cooler but still mild in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-10
mostly cloudy. fairly mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind: nw 5-10 mph.week ahead: highs in the upper 50s on thursday with clouds slowly clearing. mostly sunny sky returns friday and lasts into the weekend as temperatures warm into the lower and even some middle 60s.today: mostly cloudy with showers and some rumbles of thunder. rainfall around a half inch. much cooler but still mild in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-10 mph.tonight: drying out. mostly cloudy. fairly mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind: nw 5-10 mph. week ahead: highs in the upper 50s on thursday with clouds
the chicago cubs are still alive in the world series! the team beat the cleveland indians... 9-to-3 in game 6 last night. night.the win forces a winner take all ?showdown.?that game is tonight in cleveland. the indians haven't won a world series since 19-48.the cubs haven't done it since 19-08. the series is now tied 3-3. 3 taco bell is giving away free tacos today... as part of a promotion tied to the world series.it's called "steal a base, steal a taco."cleveland indians shortstop "francisco lindor" stole second... in game 1 of the world series. that means ?free doritos locos tacos? today from two until six at participating locations.
when they're not playing or practicing...many ?packers? players are giving back to the community. and yesterday-- defensive back- micah hyde- visited riverside university high school in milwaukee.it was part of the 'community partners' program. he teamed up with boston store.. and the non-profit group 'positive coaching alliance'... to offer character building programs that help young people reach their full potential. 00-09"i can remember being in their shoes, kind of needing a role model or someone to look up to and just shine some 3 3 more than 55-hundred students, parents, coaches and administrators will take part in positive coaching alliance programs this school year. 3 and remember... you can watch the packers this sunday right here on cbs 58.they return home to lambeau to take on the indianapolis colts.kickoff is at 3-25. a sign of the upcoming holiday ! season!crews will harvest the milwaukee ?city christmas tree? this morning.the tree is at a home on the city's north side.we have a crew headed
stand in front of city hall. something else to note--- milwaukee will ?not? have a tree in its traditional spot at "red arrow park. we'll have a live report coming up a little later in the show. coming up...what's it like having the same name as the presidential candidates?jeanne moos shows us! 3 parents will want to hear. how it could help a child who is allergic to peanuts... coming
making "news around the nation"---six people are ?dead?.... after a school bus ?slammed into a commuter bus? in baltimore. there were no children on board at the time. ten people were hurt.two of them are in critical condition. officials say the school bus rear-ended a car yesterday... then crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with the commuter bus. 3 surveillance video in china captured a frightening moment on a road.it shows a little boy riding into traffic on his toy car.you can see the boy pushing the car in the middle of the road -- during rush hour.several cars drove around him before -- a police officer cames to the rescue.the officer says he was on duty and just happened to spot the boy.he eventually found the child's mother.
new york is already starting to think about ?christmas.? this tree has been selected to be the official 20-16 christmas tree for ?rockefeller center."crews showed up to move wires and conductors... so the tree can be cut down without incident. they'll chop it down next thursday.two days later it will be in manhattan.one-ota officials are thrilled.. that one of ?their? trees was chosen. :37-:44 (robert wood/oneonta town supervisor)"i think it's something that will be really nice and look very attractive down in the city. so glad that everybody else gets to share 3 3 the tree will be lit on november 30-th. what is it like to be "hillary clinton".... or "donald trump?" trump?"no... not the people you're thinking of. the folks who share the same names as the presidential nominees. jeanne moos has the story. will the real hillary clinton please stand up? (hillary clinton, festival organizer) "hi, my name is hillary clinton."(hillary clinton, (d) presidential nominee) "i'm running for president." (hillary clinton, festival organizer) "and i'm not running for president." will the real donald trump please
"i'm donald trump." (donald trump, (r) presidential nominee) "i am officially running."(dr. donald trump, ceo, inova schar cancer institute) "and i'm not running for president." but they can't run from their names. twenty-something hillary clinton organizes music festivals...dr. donald trump heads a cancer institute in virginia."can i get your name again?"(dr. donald trump, ceo, inova schar cancer institute) "donald trump." both say there are few perks and some drawbacks to sharing a presidential candidate's name.(hillary clinton, festival organizer) "facebook won't let me have my name." you-know-who has it. (hillary clinton, festival organizer) "and so i'm hill clinton on facebook."(hillary clinton, festival organizer) "facebook if you're listening i want my name back." she also says most comments people make when she says her name aren't funny.dr. donald trump has actually met the donald - and tried to get him to go "bald for bucks" to raise money for cancer research. the donald refused to sacrifice his hair but he did make a generous donation. donation.(jeanne moos, reporting) "and in a rare moment of modesty these words actually escaped the lips of the donald trump." (donald trump, (r) presidential nominee) "so i
than donald j. trump which is me." but what happens when dr. trump calls the trump international hotel?(dr. donald trump, ceo, inova schar cancer institute) "my name is donald trump. i'd like to make a reservation for saturday night please."three seconds of silence is what happens."one moment sir." they were willing to make the reservation after this donald asked a most un-trump like question.(dr. donald trump, ceo, inova schar cancer institute) "what's your most economical deal?"dr. trump says he's left of center voting for hillary. hillary will vote for the other one, not trump... (hillary clinton, festival organizer) "i'm scared of him." this hillary may never be president.(hillary clinton, festival organizer) "but can the other hillary clinton do this?"we think not - except maybe on snl... jeanne moos cnn new york. 3 mark your calendars... tomorrow is sandwich day!and in honor of the holiday ... subway is giving away a free
purchase.the popular sandwich chain will also donate a meal to 'feeding america.'the non-profit organization runs a network of 200 food banks across the country. subway is calling the promotion 'the good deed feed.' 3 3 in "health watch"--- amidst criticism that enrollment costs are going up-- the mlwaukee county executive says.... the "affordable care act" is ?saving? local taxpayers money. money.today is the beginning of "open enrollment."chris abele pointed out... t the number of people ?without? insurance has gone down by nearly 60 percent.... and he says ?that's? saving the ?county? money. 3:21:28-342 million dollars so far... we care for everybody and when pepole have coverage, it's easier to do." 3:20:58-21:06make no mistake... that has a profound impact on thousands of lives... thousands of more people have coverage that never had it before before 3 we have more on ?open enrollment? at cbs-58-dot-com. click on the news links section. 3
kids who are allergic to peanuts. if i even eat one little bit of peanut and i swallow it my throat can close up up a new study shows a wearable skin patch may help protect kids like alex sturgis. before he was a teenager... alex took part in a study... wearing the patch every day.little by little.. he increased the amount of peanut protein to the patch. and after a year of clinical tests... about half the kids who used it could tolerate ?ten times? more peanut than before. 10 times more for a lot of these patients is less than actually one peanut so these are not kids who can go out and eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich the patch is not a cure.but the early tests suggest... they may keep kids from suffering from a reaction from only a tiny exposure to peanuts. 3 staying up late to snap selfies or play online games is keeping kids wide awake. researchers analyzed reports
children worldwide.results show a "strong and consistent" connection between media device use at bedtime and poor sleep.the light from these devices may delay the release of melatonin-- the hormone that contributes to tiredness-- making it harder for kids to fall asleep.the national sleep foundation recommends at least 30 minutes of what they call "gadget-free transition time" before bedtime. 3 in your "tech news"--- environmental group "green- peace"... is ?blasting samsung? for not giving details on how it will dispose of millions of recalled galaxy note sevens.the group says... dumping the phones would create enough toxic waste to fill about 28 shipping containers.samsung ?halted sales of note sevens last month?... after reports of the phones bursting into flames. the company says... it sold upwards of three (m) million note sevens worldwide.green peace is urging samsung to recycle as much of the
3 google is adding a little magic to android phones... ahead of the release of a new movie set in the wizarding world of harry potter.you can now cast a few wizarding spells.after saying "ok google," you can turn the phone's flashlight on and off by saying "lumos" and "nox." you can also turn off your ringer and notifications by saying "silencio."in the harry potter universe... the "lumos" spell turns wands into flashlights -- and "silencio" spell silences people.the potter pre-quel-- "fantastic beasts and where to find them"-- hits theaters november 18th. coming up--- holiday coffee cups are back at starbucks!see how they're different this year. 3 and - changes are coming the
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.
highs in the upper 50s on thursday with clouds slowly clearing. mostly sunny sky returns friday and lasts into the weekend as temperatures warm into the lower and even some middle 60s.today: mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers and some rumbles of thunder. rainfall around a half inch. much cooler but still mild in the upper 50s. wind: ne 5-10 mph.tonight: drying out. mostly cloudy. fairly mild with lows in the upper 40s. wind: nw 5-10 mph. week ahead: highs in the upper 50s on thursday with clouds slowly clearing. mostly sunny sky returns friday and lasts into the weekend as temperatures warm into the
women's clothing department... to ?better fit? the average american woman. the michigan-based store with six locations in southeastern wisconsin... is ?doing away? with the plus size department. all women's clothing will now be in ?one section.?company reps say... they made the decision considering the average female... is a size 12 to 14.they hope their change ?starts a trend.? "i think meijer is being really progressive and i hope they will be setting the standard that other retailers are going to follow. i think other retailers like the department store struggling if they follow this model, they may bring in more c" customers." 3 this change will impact 230 stores. the switch to ?one? women's department.. will be complete by next year. 3 the holiday season is upon us... and retailers are in the spirit of hiring!nearly 740- thousand seasonal workers are expected to be hired for the holidays.that's according to a survey by outplacement firm challenger, gray & christmas.
jcpenneyoffice depot/ office maxgap and kohl's. 3 black friday is coming early for amazon shoppers.the online shopping service launched its black friday "deals store" yesterday.the site features new discounts every day...from clothing to electronics to toys.the sales are offered at different times. the black friday until december 22nd. 3 the annual starbucks holiday cup season is back -- with a big twist.this year, the cups are green.they feature a mosaic of more than 100 people
a statement, starbucks ceo says ..."during a divisive time in our country, starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other." last year, starbucks took some criticism for using red cups with no christmas symbols on them.the cup made its debut yesterday. coming up...tear down or rebuild? milwaukee aldermen take a vote on the future of the aging estabrook dam. 3 and making their voices heard.. the family of people lost to violence give their thoughts on how to stop the cycle in
good morning everyone. it's wednesday, november 2-nd.i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kate chappell... here's what we're working on this morning... thier job is to protect and serve. tonight -- milwaukee police get a break from the streets... for some appreciation. we look ahead to the "merit award ceremony." but first... to the forecast at the top of the hour... meteorologist justin thompson gee has a check of ready weather.. 3 3