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thanks for being here. coming up on the cbs 58 news at four -- one suspect in custody... another still at large in the hit and run death of a 5-year-old milwaukee girl. 3 3 but we begin with election day 2016... the polls have been open all day as america elects its next president.you're looking live as people prepare to vote in brookfield. already -- a record 800-thousand people voted early around the state of wisconsin.when it's all said and done -- three million wisconsites are expected to cast their ballots. ballots.we have live reports from across the state stateas we bring you the latest from race for the senate... speaker paul ryan's re-election bid... and the latest from polling stations around the area. area.those votes will help determine who is elected the 45th president of these united
boswell from just outside washington. (nats)supporters mobbed hillary clinton and her her 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. humbled."i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election."her running mate tim kaine got an even earlier start, casting his ballot virginia.(nats)donald trump voted a few hours later in new york city. city."it's looking very good right now, it's looking very good."his running mate, mike pence voted shortly afterward in indianapolis, indiana. indiana."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
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. 09:10:22 "i think it's important to exercise my right to vote." vote."08:45:45 "the people's choice, all america is not like me." me.""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 to watch the results. craig boswell, cbs news, sterling, virginia. 3 in wisconsin -- a six point lead over donald trump 46 to 40.that's from the marquette law poll released six days ago.gary johnson and jill stein were polling in the single digits. after a marathon of a campaign season... it comes down to toda. today.and while we're all waiting... wondering who will sit in the oval office... the race between ron johnson and russ feingold has also earned national attention. that marquette law poll had the two candidates in a statistical dead heat... with feingold holding just a one-point lead over the
cbs 58's mike strehlow is at russ feingold's headquarters in middleton... we begin at the ron johnson event in oshkosh and kristen barbaresi. kristen? senator ron johnson's supporters are going to gather here at the oshkosh convention center tonight-to wait for results in a race that polls show is a dead heat. senator johnson consistently trailed in the polls after russ feingold officially entered the racebu tightened in the last couple of months and the final marquette poll had johnson behind by just one point.last week i sat down with senator johnson-we talked about how he climbed in the polls even though the republican presidential nominee-donald trump's support slipped.he chalked it up to people realizing he is his own person. "on the big things,growing our economy, strengthening our military, defeating isis,
appointing judges rather than liberal activists to the supreme court, on the big things we agree on. where i disagree with our nominee, i've been very honest about it and of course i'm not going to defend the indefensible." 3 let's go back to middleton and the feingold campaign now with mike strehlow... mike? mike? russ feingold did not cast a ballot today. that's because he voted early 2 weeks ago here in middleton where he makes his home, and encouraged others to do the same. the record number of absentee ballots cast especially in democratic strongholds like milwaukee & madison is one reason why the former senator is confident he'll his seat back. while both candidates
campaign ads in the months and weeks leading up to today...feingold knows it's his ground game..the door knocking, coffee shop visits and other kinds of voter outreach that will likely be the difference. i recently asked him about polls showing his double digit lead of 3 months ago slipping to a one point margin. "we are confident of our position. we think we have strong momentum. but look, you've got to run like you're behind, you can't run like you're ahead." ahead." feingold attended a get out the vote event in madison this morning and is now spending time with his family. he'll watch the vote totals roll in from home before arriving here at from home before arriving here at the marriott. ms cbs 58
there's been a steady stream of voters all day across southeast wisconsin.things moved along pretty nicely at burleigh elementary in brookfield this morning... 3 same thing this morning in ozaukee county at the mequon safety building... no reports of any issues or long lines there either. 3 meantime, folks voting at the crossway church in germantown spoke to cbs 58 about what thd "i guess i was more educated on this one than the last one, but more nervous because of who the candidates were." they are ready for an evening rush in waukesha county. county. that was after a swell of voters in the morning. and we hear tabulating the votes could take some time.
live in waukesha with more...eric. 3 there is a quiet period right now here at this polling spot...one or 7 in brookfield. let's take a look inside right now... leaders here say there was a busy time when the polls opened, and another burst around ten this morning. it's ablyproboing to be busy as we get deep in to the eveninas people get out of wo. i just spoke withthe waukesha county clerk. she said there was an issue earlier today... in lisbon. some spots ran out ballo, bune ones were printeswiftly and delivered. voters were offered a touch screen machine during that time. voter turnout is key in the election...and the clerk expects 80 to 85 percent of registered voters, if not more, to cast ballots. we'll know the exact number once the
if you're in line at 8...you'll be able to vote. if you get here or any other spot at 8:01...you won't. something to be aware of. but again, for now, it's quiet here. at the public safety building right now, el, cbs 58... bill and michele back to you. so if you still haven't voted... here's what you id to cast your ballot. and if you are registering at your polling place, you will also need proof of residence. such as a utility bill. bill. have your i-d ready... when entering your polling plac. 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'll be able to vote. vote.if you do ?not? have a photo i-d yet--- you can still
but it will ?only? be counted... if you bring an acceptable i-d... by four p-m on friday. 3 our team coverage of election day 2016 continues all night. we'll continue to have live reports from around the state... and updates from the presidential race.then, starting at nine, we'll have continuous coverage -- without commerical breaks -- over on our sister station wmlw the m... with continuing coverage right here on cbs 58 at ten. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 election day: clouds and sun. breezy at times highs in the mid 50s. winds: nw 10-20.
3 3 still ahead on the cbs 58 news at four -- one person arrested, but the driver still on the loose.how you can help police find justice for a little milwaukee girl killed on her way to church. 3 and where you can smoke at miller park is already limited... now, there's an effort to ban another form of tobacco altogether. 3 schuld will return with your full readycast...stay tuned. 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...
new dr. scholl's custom fit ankle and knee supports. find the nearest kiosk at drscholls.com. ? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven 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
eart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. police have made an arrest in of tomorrow possible. the hit and run that killed a 5 year old girl on sunday. sunday.but they're still looking for a sed cbs 58's lindsey branwall is following developments from milwaukee's north side. 3 i spoke with the family, who thanks god they will have closure in the death of little rickiya langham. langham.the accident happened sunday morning, as the 5 year old and her mother were crossing the street to go to church.milwaukee police say they have arrested one suspect
and they're currently seeking this person. the porche cayenne involved in the accident was recovered by police last night. the family has been calling for anyone responsible to be turned in inthe family will be gathering at 6p.m. tonight at 65th and hampton. they're asking the community to help remember the life of rickeyia reporting in milwaukee lindsey branwall cbs 58 news 3 milwaukee police have also arrested the man involin deadly crash near 60th and norwich on the city's south side.investigators say the 27-year-old faces potential charges of operating a vehicle after suspension, causing death.a 50-year-old woman died in that wreck. 3 a kenosha man was hit and killed while trying to cross washington road near 55th avenue last night. police say 19-year-old levonta mcmath wasn't using a crosswalk. he died at the scene.the 20-year-old driver -- also from kenosha -- stayed on
alderman michael murphy is calling for a ban on smokless tobacco products at all sporting venues throughout the city... including miller park. the proposed ordinance would affect major league baseball players with fines up to 250 dollars for using smokeless tobacco at miller park. alderman murphy says he wants the ban to be an example for children .. that tobacco use is not o-k. "the players who are chewing tobacco, are setting a really bad role model for the youth in our country. as we all know, tobacco is a known carcinogen, caused a great number of deaths. we really want to set a great example for children going forward in our country." ;16 ;16the proposal will be heard at the public safety committee meeting on thursday..and then go before the common council. in just two hours -- four people were shot in three shootings around milwaukee last night. night.the first happened near 47th and clarke street around 9-15.a 25-year-old man and 27-year-old women were shot
taken to the hospital... but are expected to be okay 3 then, at 10-15... a 29- year-old man was shot near 48th and luscher.he is also expected to recover.then at 11-15... a 27-year-old man was shot near 23rd and greenfield. no word on his condition. investigators say both the result of fights, no arrests to report. 3 if traffic made you late to work this morning... there was a problem on i-94 at the end of the morning rush hour. hour.that's the back end of a ?semi?... that under the freeway bridge at mitchell boulevard--- near miller park.no one was hurt--- and despite the distraction--- the backup didn't last excessively long... the truck was cleared after about an hour. 3 a police chase ends with a crash near 51st and keefe on milwaukee's north side.mpd tells us the car was stolen car during an armed robbery around seven last night.when officers tried to pull them over... the car sped off... but wound up hitting another vehicle with a woman and two
minor injuries... the kids weren't hurt... and police were able to catch the two suspects before they ran off. cases of dog napping in the fox valley.... valley....7 dogs have been stolen from people's front yards in the past few days.the fox valley humane society says the thief has been targeting larger dogs... like huskies, labs, and retrievers.they say the dogs' collars were left behind -- one collar was even cut off.the humane society says it hasn't involved police continue they will. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
3 we are following breaking news: news:i-94 west at highway 100 closed...and i 94 east at same location down to one lane due to live power line across the freewayline across the due to live power down to one lane same location and i 94 east at closed...highway 100 i-94 west at i-94 west at highway 100 closed... and i 94 east at same location down to one lane same location and i 94 east at closed...
proceeds help the greater milwaukee fire and police pipes and drums...how do you explain the continued popularity of the event?the perfect way to get your fill after all that election hot air all that election get your fill after the perfect way to event?popularity of the the continued how do you explain the continued popularity of the event?the perfect way to get your fill after all that election hot air bill back to you. he may be the speaker of the house... but he's not taking
granted.we'll have a live report from janesville as paul ryan and ryan solen battle for the first congressional district. 3 plus -- all those promises of free stuff you've been seeing if you vote?turns out... that's against the
law.we'll tell you why. 3 we've got much more news and weather headlines...as the cbs
we are following breaking news: news:i-94 west at highway 100 is starting to reopen right now...and i 94 east at same location down to one lane due to live power line across the freeway 3 we continue our team coverage of looking live outside the zeidler building in downtown milwaukee. poll volunteers across our state and country ready for a night time rush as americans exercise their right to vote. and there are many
wisconsin. house speaker paul ryan is back up for re-election today.... as representatives are every two years. years.the polls show ryan in the lead, but both the speaker and his opponent, ryan solen, says that's not what matters. matters. cbs 58's david ade is live in janesville ..david. 3 since 1998... paul ryan has never lost an election here in the first congressional district... supporters here are fully expecting him to top democratic ch solen tonight.for the last month... ryan has spent most of his time campaigning for fellow republicans... including senator ron johnson. but ryan had distanced himself from republican presidential nominee donald trump... until saturday that's when ryan said he'd campaign with trump on sunday in west allis.hours later... the trump campaign cancelled that stop.over the
"if our nominee was going to come "if our nominee "if our nominee was going to come to wisconsin, and i also was going to be in wisconsin, i was going to attend because i think republicans need a unify. i think we need to unify so we can re-elect ron johnson...so that we can defeat hillary clinton... i think it's important that we unify so yeah... i was going to campaign with our nominee if he was in wisconsin." we're expecting to hear from ryan here tonight once his race is called.live in janesville... david ade... cbs 58 news. we spoke to paul ryan's opponent -- racine businessman ryan solen about expectations for tonight at an event with russ feingold yester. yesterday."my expectations are that people will actually make conscious decisions when they vote. and i think they will. this year has been something so exciting as politics goes that it's hard to ignore." ignore."we'll have a live report from solen's watch party in racine tonight at nine and ten. we caught up with milwaukee mayor tom barrett this morning. morning.he cast his ballot at the "nskara school" on the
this is one time he didn't mind standing 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 told us he head about some "tremendous" turnout in the city. so, how are things looking at county? cbs 58's evan kruegel just spoke with neil albrecht of the election commission... he joins us live from downtown milwaukee with the details. evan?
we're also keeping an eye around the country... where the first polls are getting ready to close.stations in parts of indiana and kentucky will close at five p-m central time.indiana has 11 electoral votes, kentucky has eight. 3 our team coverage of election day 2016 continues all night. reports from around the state... and updates from the presidential race.then, starting at nine, we'll have continuous coverage -- without commerical breaks -- on our sister station wmlw the m... with continuing coverage on the cbs 58 at ten. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready
it's no go if you want to trade in your i voted sticker for free stuff. stuff.the milwaukee county district attorney's office is cracking down -- especially on ??restaurants??.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad spoke with managers about the enforcement push for that obscure law. "at least one bar manager in milwaukee tells me that he got a personal visit from a representative from the milwaukee county district attorney's office. they told him that these types of promotions - related to voting - are not allowed." allowed."drink wisconsinbly... on east national...had its deal listed this week in a newspaper article about voter f. freebies."well we wanted to do something since it's such a big controversial election. we wanted to do something to get people out there and vote no matter what side you're on. so
miller high life drafts as a promotion for that."5;17;55"we were just looking for the 'i voted' sticker. a little confirmation that, indeed, you did get out and vote."but the problem is that the menu price for this beer is too high... greater than one dollar...that limit - under wisconsin law - a new, dissapointing revelation for bars like this one.5;15;59"i think it's probably going to get as much conversation as the actual race itself because so many local restaurants were participating on some level." bel air cantina also rescinded its offer to trade i voted stickers for free margaritas. instead they'll make the free drink promotion open to ry david sapp at drink wisconsinbly says the rule is odd because they weren't trying to influence anyone's votes.they're planning different drink specials for tonight.(sapp)5;14;47"and then 'free hugs'. we thought that would be a good free givaway. so, free hugs from our bartende" bartenders.""and some have suggested to these businesses that they could get around these election day rules by simply offering the same promotion to everyone in the establishment - without asking
the city of rl the pulse night club... the site of the deadliest mass shooting in american history. history.the city bought the property for 2-point-2-five million dollars.the club's owner signed the contract last friday.orlando's city council must still sign off on the deal -- and will consider it next week.officials plan to turn the nightclub into a permanent memorial... in honor of the 49 people murdered inside. 3 an ohio man has been arrested for trying to join isis. authorities say aaron daniels planned on going to libya...
earlier this year.he also created accounts on social media where he posted about jihad.daniels' mother spoke about his arrest. (adrienne daniels/suspect's mother)"this is my thoughts. this is what happened. he got in contact with the wrong organization, thinking they were going to help him achieve his dream. he has a desire to learn more about the religion that he was affiliated with. that was his desire. that is all he shared with me." me." to 20 years in prison if convicted. a student almost raped on campus is now suing the school for millions and the fraternity to which her attacker belonged. belonged.the woman says the utah state university and sigma chi knew he was dangerous before she was almost raped in 2015.court documents say five other women made rape complaints against jason relopez.the case gained national attention after the judge handed down a controversial sentenced of
"it was really hard because i don't feel jason relopez got what he deserved" deserved" "we go to college hoping that we're going to be in a supportive and comfortable environment but when something like this happens it pretty much becomes impossible." hewlett and her attorney say they hope sharing her case will help future victims. 3 (bells and clapping) clapping) the markets again... though much more modest gains than what we saw to start the week. 3 the dow jones finished up about 73 points on the day.the nasdaq grew by about 27 points...and the s and p finished up a shade over eight this election day.we'll be monitoring the market for you tomorrow... once a president has been elected. 3 america's unemployment rate is 4-point-9 percent...and president obama says it could be even lower. lower.the labor department
month of september.that's close to the record set in april... when there were 5-point-8 million vacancies. the huge number of openings is a recovery sign that employers want to hire... though they might be struggling to find workers who have the right skills. 3 smith and wesson wants a name change?company officials say they want to the corporate name to now be "american outdoor brands corporation". the actual firearms will still be named after founders horace smith and daniel wesson--who started the company in 18-52. vote on the change soon. 3 samsung's south korean headquarters raided this morning.government officials looking for evidence that the tech company is tied to a political scandal involving the country's president... who's accused of taking donations in exchange for favors.they believe samsung gave the president 3-million dollars to pay for the president's eqtrning in germany we're always on the run... and our health suffers because of it.kim hutcherson has some
eating well, no matter how busy you are. we all have a few bad habits we would like to break.for some of us, our bad habits start at breakfast.dr. shanna levine at the icahn school of medicine says to start the day with foods that are high in protein and healthy fats. skipping the doughnuts and waffles will help you avoid an energy crash later on.another bad habit is keeping your to- do list in your head.trying to rely on memory for everything can be stressful so keeping a notebook handy at work or at home can help allte irregular sleep schedule can also sabotage your peace of mind.experts say you should avoid watching tv or using your phone an hour before bed.. and try to get at least 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep. and when you get into a good routine with your diet, fitness or sleep ... stick with it.dr. john torous at harvard medical school says its easy to slip and return to bad habits..but remember: it's the good habits that are making you feel better.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson.
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a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, 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, ke entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. this programming note..because tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. of election coverage today..jeopardy and wheel of fortune will not be seen at their regular times on cbs 58.
"open" 3 "i knew exactly who i wanted to vote for, it wasn't a complicated ballot, and i'd say it went like butter." butter." one satisfied voter in brookfield on this busy election day. but how are things going at other local polling places and for the evening rush? 3 3 welcome to our continuing team coverage of today's vote. i'm bill walsh in for mike strehlow, who's right in the middle of that coverage...we'll hear from him in a moment.after more than a year of listening to often nasty campaigning from the presidential candidates....local voters are getting ?their? chance to speak at the polls...and boy are they taking advantage of it. 3 "we have tremendous turnout all over the city. early reports are very, very strong voting. and i think that's gonna continue through the day." day." milwaukee mayor tom barrett
voted at neeskara school on the west side this morning. and within the last hour, city election commission director neil albrecht held a press conference to update us on voting around the city. "the numbers are very comparable to what we experienced in 2012. in terms of volume of voters. we have no reason to believe that the number the level of voter participation will decrease. at all from any of the prior presidential elections. elections. 3 and this is a live look from the zeidler building, next door to city hall downtown. voters have been showing up there since 7 this morning. morning. we've mentioned it before, but if you still need to vote, just make sure you're in line by 8pm....they will let you vote as long as you are there before closing time. 3 the turnout in waukesha county is being watched closely, especially by donald trump supporters tonight. cbs 58's eric levy is live in
things are starting to pick up just a bit here at this polling spot...one or 7 in brookfield. here's a look inside right now, but we're being asked to stay out of the room itself to give voters some privacy. leaders here say there was a busy time when the polls opened, and another burst around ten this morning. it's probably going to be busy as we get deeper in to the evening as people get out of work. the waukesha county clerk to earlier today... in lisbon. some spots ran out of ballots, but new ones were printed swiftly and delivered. voters were offered a touch screen machine during that time. she expects 80 to 85 percent of registered voters, if not more, to cast ballots in the county. something to consider, if you're in line at 8...you'll be able to vote. if you get here or any other spot 8:01 you won't. for now, the
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