tv CBS 58 Morning News at 430am CBS November 10, 2016 4:30am-5:00am CST
now at 4:30 - protests erupt across the country ... after donald trump wins the presidential election. 3 and -his "smarts" are taking him to the top. a local student gets a chance to compete on jeopardy! good morning to you! thanks so much for joining us.today is thursday november 10th. everyone is ?still? talking about the coming up-- hear what packers quarterback "aaron rodgers" has to say about them. them. but first... tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5) 5???))today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15
rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun 3 3 new this morning... a 27-year-old woman was stabbed during a fight o southside.it happened near 5th and maple streets around 8 last night.police say the woman was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.they say one person on scene was arrested on a warrant.. not related to the stabbing.the incident is still under investigation. 3 3 president-elect "donald trump" and his wife, melania.... will travel to ?washington? today... to meet with president obama and first lady, michelle. the high profile meeting comes as trump and his team prepare to take over the white house. meanwhile, the trump win ignited angry protests throughout the country.hena
-nats-not my president, not my presidentanger over donald trump's stunning election...continued to boil over into the early hours.(sot mos) he's a racist, homophobic, xenophobic nightmare moments after burning an effigy of the president-elect...demonstrat ors in l-a marched along the 101 freeway...shutting down traffic for hours.(sot mos) they're protesting democracy. democracy was at work, democracy played out-nats-no um businesses in new orleans were damaged, fireworks set off in oakland, and in new york... -nats- you must clear the streets...police arrested several protesters blocking traffic along various trump properties. (standup: hena daniels cbs news new york) many of the protesters here in new york remained outside president- elect trump's primary residence...as trump focused his efforts on transitioning to the white house.speaking from the rose garden yesterday -- president obama sought to assure those worried about the country's future:(sot obama)
and other people think is moving back and that's okayin an emotional concession speech -- hillary clinton urged her supporters to give trump a chance: (sot clinton) donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. trump stayed out of the public eye yesterday...privately meeting with his staff to go over potential cabinet appointments.in a tweet yesterday -- his transition team pledged to -quote-"begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream."hena daniels cbs news new york. trump, along with vice president-elect pence will also meet with house speaker paul ryan today during their visit to washington, dc. 3 the president of mexico says he will meet with presdeint-elect donald trump. enrique pena nieto agreed to meet... to disuss common interests the u-s and mexico share... and to develop a path forward. donald trump's campaign for the white house included a promise to build a wall separating the u-s and mexico. and the mass deportation of undocumented immigrants. the mexican
countries... continues to be the best option for mexico. packers quarterback "aaron rodgers"... is weighing in on the election.he ?did? vote. rodgers says... he knew it would be ?historic?--- either a ?non-politician? or the first female president. president.5:01-26 i thought it was an imporant night for our country so i think really a message to the establishment if you're looking at it from an objective point of view, i hope as a country we can come together and work a little better with each other. obviously there are some people who are rightfully so worried about the director of the country now, but i think it's an imporatnt time for us to come together and work with each other. 3 rodgers wouldn't say... ?who? he voted for.he did stay up ?late?... to watch the coverage.on twitter--- he also thanked a few people.... who wrote in ?his? name for president. 3 3 turnout for tuesday's election was at a 20-year low in wisconsin. wisconsin. about 66-percent of the voting-age population cast ballots... or about 2 point 9
near 70-percent turnout in the last two presidential elections. elections. about 3-thousand people didn't even vote for any of the presidential candidates. a milwaukee police officer has been charged with shooting off his gun while intoxicated at his home. home.michael anderson has been in law enforcement for some 20 years. his attorney calls the charges-- "unfortunate." he goes on to say -- "with so many of these things.. there is context that will be given to the court. he's served his community well and enjoys a good reputation."anderson is out on 500-dollars bond. due back in court next week. a costume controversy... leads to ?new policies? at uw-madison. madison.a football fan dressed as president obama with a noose around his neck... created an ?uproar? back in october... when a picture was posted on social media.now--- noose and ropes are banned at university of wisconsin sporting events.in addition--- anyone doing something ?offensive.... abusive... or threatening? will be kicked out.security staff apparently told the man to remove the rope... when he showed up at the stadium--- but he put the noose back on... and took a
in place for saturday's football game against illinois. 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???)) ahead??10???)) today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of
records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be ne wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun
there's a proposal to ?ban smokeless tobacco products? at miller park... and today you have a chance to ?learn? about it.milwaukee alderman "michael murphy".. wants a ban in place at ?all sporting venues? throughout the city. city.the proposed ordinance would especially 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
safety committee meeting will hear the proposal at nine o'clock this morning at city hall.the public is encouraged to attend. for the second week in a row.. long lines snaked around the milwaukee county municipal building.. as people took advantage of "warrant forgiveness wednesday." wednesday."the program allows people with minor offenses-- like parking tickets-- to get their records wiped clean.the three judges who started the program.. say it was time to give people a fresh start. 37:07-22 we wanted to take away some of the barriers that are there for employmentme of the reasons tha tpeople make bad decisions when it comes to police interaction, so we tried to do our part so we tried to do our best in lifting the barriers for people people 3 there is one day left.. to get your warrant wiped out-- next wednesday the 16th. 24 men and women took their final exams.but these tests did not happen in the classroom. -nats show flame through hole in wall- wall-
middle of a real fire.they were sent into a vacant building, set on fire by their trainers.it's to test their knowledge after 15 weeks of intense training. "we;'re ready, we're anxious, we're excited. it's, it's game day 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." if the recruits "exam", they'll be ready to graduate and become firefighters in a few days. get ready to cheer on a local! a teenager from ?elm grove?.... is on jeopardy's teen tournament tonight! tonight!"oh my god. i can't believe it. it feels unreal." unreal." jack (bee-kos) -- a senior at marquette high school--- is competing for 100-thousand dollars.he's up against two young ladies.one is from california.the other from new jersey.(bee-kos) says... trivia is one of his passions-- he just loves to learn!he had to take ?two
cbs 58 news time is ?????.this is a ?live? look at ??????. 3 making news around the nation this morning--- the cargo container belonging to an ?alleged serial killer?... has been removed from his property. property.this is where authorities say... todd kohl-h brown for ?months? in south carolina.?she? was found alive -- her boyfriend was ?not.?two other bodies were discovered... with gunshot wounds.the coroner says.... ?that? couple had been buried there... for ?nearly a year.? kohl-hepp is a registered sex offender.he's ?confessed? to killing seven people.he now faces several ?felony charges?--- including ?four? counts of murder. 3 a former news reporter ?and? detroit city council president is going to prison for abusing a 14-year-old boy. he spoke in court -- after learning his fate. 3
apologizing to austin and his family for violating your trust." 3 charles pugh pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal sexual conduct.prosecutors say he had sex with the boy back in 2003. the judge called his actions reprehensible. 3 when there was a case of a public official who abused their position of trust or someone who comitted sexual assault on a minor, you or your station was there to report on it. what the public didn't know is that at the time you were reporting on these offenses and violations of public trust, you were committing these same crimes yourself. 3 3 the judge gave pugh five-and-a- half to 15 years in prison... after he accepted a plea deal. a massive fire engulfed a former bethlehem steel plant just south of buffalo, new york yesterday. yesterday.a black plume of smoke could be seen for miles.
before the roof collapsed. hundreds of firefighters worked to control the blaze. there are no reports of injuries.and no word yet on a cause. 3 caught on camera--- a fight in court!it happened in ohio.take a look at this. this.the fight started when 56-year-old "anthony hammond"... barged into a courtroom during a hearing... and ?demanded to speak to the judge.?police told him to ?leave?--- but he didn't listen.officers then ?wrestled hammond to the ground?--- before taking him into custody. ?personal dispute?... with the police division and the court. he's now facing several charges. 3 the agony of defeat was apparent in the faces of hillary clinton's campaign staff... as she conceded to donald trump. trump.jeanne moos reports on the faces of concession. instead of just listening to hillary clinton's concession, watch it on the faces of her staff.(hillary clinton) clinton)"you will have successes and setbacks too. this loss hurts."the hurt was written all over, as they
hands, and comforted each other with hugs. (nat sound) hugs and rubs. and patted shoulders...shaking off the loss they never expected. (hillary clinton)"this is painful and it will be for a long time."it left congressman joe crowley with his head in his hand. hillary herself... (nat sound)was on the verge of tears but kept her composure. (hillary clinton)"and to all the little girls who watching this."but you didn't have to be a little girl to cry. (nat sound)a nailbiter had turned into a heartbreaker. some in the audience struggled one minute....(hillary clinton) "even in secret private facebook."laughed the next. when hillary finished conceding, she consoled her staff more than they consoled her.(nat sound)"hey! hello dear one. oh thank you thank you so much i'm so proud of
friend. you were so wonderful in every way. i love you."some have worked for hillary for years, while others...(nat sound)"superstar, your first campaign."first campaign, first loss.(nat sound)"never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it." which left bill clinton mouthing the words..."that's my girl."jeanne moos cnn
now that donald trump is on his way to the white house--- officials say... his star on the hollywood ?walk of fame?... will be ?reparied? as soon as possible ... ... trump received the star in 2007... for his ?starring role? in n-b-c's reality show "the apprentice."but a protester damaged trump's star last month. m "james otis"... used a ?sledgehammer? to break the concrete and remove the name plate.otis was arrested and charged with felony vandalism. the damage estimate.. is around 25-hundred dollars. 3 in your tech news...a top twitter executive announces he's leaving the company. company. twitter's chief operating officer-- adam bain-- announced his decision in a series of tweets. bain has been at twitter for six years. he spent five years as president of global revenue and partnerships before being promoted to "c-o-o" last year.
faces challenges. the company has struggled to add more users.. and says it lost 103- million-dollars last quarter. last month.. it laid off 350 employees. anthony noto-- twitter's chief financial officer-- will replace bain. coming up this morning--- a major auto-maker is ?cutting jo? jobs.?plus ... a 93-year-old woman is not letting her age get in the way of having fun. what she got to check off her bucket list... next! 3 and - it could be why you're having trouble sleeping at night.... up next -- how your
3 today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.
back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of suntoday: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots of sun
jobs in january. 12-hundred of them are from lordstown, ohio... and another 800 are in lansing, michigan.the impacted plants make the chevrolet cruze.. chevy camaro.. and the cadillac "a-t-s" and "c-t-s." 3 you might want to put your smartphone away... before getting ready for bed tonight. a new study suggests... checking your phone ?right before going to sleep?... is linked to poor sleep quality and less sleep.doctors blame it on the screen's ?blue light.?they suggest trading in your smartphone for a ?book.? that will help you nd could help ensure a better night's rest. life is all about having fun.... and crossing things off your bucket list. at least according to... 93-year-old peggy gruner... who's taking on a new adventure. 3 "how does that feel?" "oh perfect." "nice and snug?" "yep, yep." "all right."
going ziplining. the eau claire native took life by the harness and flew right across the scene at the mall of america. her friends call her an "inspiration."after her trip -- peggy got a certificate.. and says she'd like to do it again. 3 3 3 3 stay close...your top stories are next at five. five.including reaction from around the nation after donald trump wins the presidential election. 3 plus-- do police have some of your stuff? why they're asking people who've had their cars
i know how disappointed you feel because i feel it too. too."the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. democracy. :"this is the kind of republican government that we set out to deliver." deliver." 3 from the white house to wisconsin.america ?reacts?... as donald trump prepares to become our next president. 3 good morning everyone. it's thursday, november 10-th. 10-th.here's what we're working on this morning... "not-my-president" is trending on social media. anti-trump protests break out across the country overnight. we're following the developments... and have the latest.. coming
meteorologist justin thompson- gee has an awesome forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning will be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots and lots su