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21:02:11-19a recount isn't a threat... instead it should be an affirmation of the democratic process process 3 now at 4:30 - after hours of testimony..a judge decides ?how? wisconsin will recount the presidential ballots. 3 and a tourist destion wildfire to hit the state of tennessee in a hundred years. good morning everyone.it's wednesday november 30th. 30th.we're following a number of stories for you this morning.including-- a look inside a milwaukee school-- celebrating 10 years helping ?young? children learn. why this program is so unique-- coming up in just a couple of minutes. but first... tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5) 5???))today: a little bit of
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our top story this morning... the paperwork is in... now the money to fund it is too. wisconsin prepares for a presidential election recount. recount.the recount will happen...but it does not ?have? to happen by hand.a judge ruled that it's up to the county clerks to decide how to recount the votes.cbs 58's kristen barbaresi in madison with the details. kristen kristenthe judge denied jill stein's request for a hand count-- saying her attorneys do not meet burden of proof. she heard about 4 hours of testimony and arguements from both sidesvo stein called three experts who specialize in statistics and election security.the jist of their agruement- voting machines are vulnerable to hacks, malfuntion and malware,and although there is no evidence any of that happened--the only way to know it didn't, is to recount by hand.the department of justie however aruged a mandated handcount requires proof there was an issue with vote tabulation and an indication that those issues will result in substantial change in
provided.the judge sided with the doj but did say she believs a hand count is the best way : i just do not find clear and convincing evidence so i am going to allow the 19 remaining counties to do the recount the way they intended again i think everyone would strongly encourage them to do the hand recount but it is their decision decision21:08:18-49 i just do not find clear and convincing evidence so i am going to allow the 19 remaining counties to do t think everyone would strongly encourage them to do the hand recount but it is their decision and that is the leg function to make the statues and in this situation i don't have any authority to decide what is the best for those countieskristenthe election commission says about 19 counties plan to use machines-- including milwaukee county.stein's attorneys say they will decide by end of day wednesday if they plan to appeal this decisioncounties must have have ballots counted by 8 pm december 12
attorney general brad shimel released a statement about the decision...he says in part-- "i am very pleased with the judge's decision"... and goes on to say... "the outstanding effort of the department of justice attorneys and staff who worked on this case makes me extremely proud." 3 here's a look at the timeline for the recount process.the recount starts tomorrow.then on december 12-th the results will be in by eight p-m.and the next day on december 13-th the results will be certified. 3 we'll developments on the presidential recount throughout the show and on cbs 58 dot com. 3 president-elect donald trump is expected to announce more cabinet picks today...as he continues to put together his administration.among the potential selections -- steven mnuchin as treasury secretary... and investor wilbur ross as commerce secretary.the development comes just a day after trump and reince priebus had dinner with mitt romney in manhattan. romney has been floated as a potential secretary of state nominee. 3 3
milwaukee police are investigating a shooting near vincent high school ...that sent a 19-year-old man to the hospital.police don't know what led up to the shooting... and they're still looking for suspects.the victim is expected to be okay. 3 we're hearing that people waited in long lines for a free water filter. the city is giving them away to people in homes with old lead laterals. there's another give-away from 5 to 7 tonight at the community center at kosciuszko park.critics say this is just a temporary fix. the city council is now hashing out who should pay... and how much... to replace the old pipes. hunters killed nearly 197- thousand deer during the nine-day gun season this year... that's down about six percent from 2015, according to the d-n-r.hunters did however kill about 5-thousand more antlered deer.there have been concerns about the deer herd in the state... especially with chronic wasting disease. 3 3 3) )((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???)) ahead??10???)) today: a little bit of sun to
quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs
in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph.week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.
new this morning... a school in milwaukee is celebrating ?10 years? of success... serving low income families. educare is an early education program... for pre-school aged children. it's part of a national network of 21 schools. the milwaukee location is an ?extension? of next door school. it's also the only ?educare? in wisconsin. there is no cost to families-- tuition is covered through a combination of federal and state funds. but,
"we also really focus on language and literacy because we know that low income children don't really hear the volume of words that their higher income peers do. we're really focused on developing their vocabularies because that will be a key to their sucess in their later school career." educare will mark a decade at a fundraising event tonight... at the milwaukee art museum starting at 5:30. tickets are sold out... but if you'd like to learn more about how you can help "educare" in the future... we'll put a link to the website at cbs 58 dot com. click newslinks. and be sure to look for my sp this sunday on cbs 58 sunday morning with mike strehlow. hear from a family.. now sending their ?3rd? child through the program.... about why it's unique and so special to the neighborhood it serves. miller valley is about to get into the holiday spirit. spirit.music music the holiday lites display will be open to the public starting friday.nearly 600-thousand lights are synchronized to holiday music.other "high
tree made of 150 barrels, a free brewery mini-tour, plus special giveaway and discounts. it's the largest holiday light display of its kind in the midwest. we'll give you live previews starting in our next half hour. you can help make sure kids in need have a toy to open this ch. christmas.the marines have set up a "toys for tots" dontation box at the 'toys-r-us' at 27th and howard. they're collecting new, unrapped toys for kids of all ages.the marines will be wednesday.and all donations collected stay in the community. we have information on how you can help on our webi- webiste-- cbs 58 dot com.look in the local news section. 3 you can also drop of your new, unwrapped toys at lambeau field during the packers game on sunday.they'll announce how much they collected in the second half. they're looking for gifts for infants all the way up to teenagers. 3 and remember you can watch the packers try to keep their post- season hopes alive against the houston texas here on cbs 58. coverage starts at noon and will continue after the game
people monday... then attacked them with a butcher's knife... before being shot dead by a nearby police officer. 3 colombian investigators have found the black boxes on board a plane that crashed into a hillside. the chartered plane was carrying a brazilian soccer team.at least 71-people are dead.six people, including three members of the team, survived the crash. they were flying to play in an international club match. "hit the gas! hit the gas!" gas!""go go go go go go!" go!" chalet village is burned to the freakin' ground." ground." 3 a terrifying scene... in the middle of a destructive fire is tearing through the smoky mountains. 3 it has destroyed most of the town of gatlinburg -- a popular tourist destination on the edge of the national park. at least 250 buildings have been destroyed... three people have died... while thousands have left everything they own behind. "this is the largest fire in the last 100 years in the state of tennessee." tennessee.""it's a little
to see the extent of the damage" damage." rain has helped slow down the fire... but hundreds of homes and businesses are still in its path. 3 a man stole an aluminum bucket full of gold flakes valued at 1 point 6 million dollars from the back of an unattended truck in midtown manhattan in september.an armored truck company was making a pickup and left the back of the truck open and unattended.nypd released this surviellance footage of the man.in the footage, the thief can be seen struggli u the weight of the loot. the pail weighs about 86 pounds. the nypd is still looking for the thief. a shopper gets upset and goes on a rant...after she says an employee tried to "force" her to purchase a one-dollar reusable bag. bag.:04-:07"i don't appreciate her screaming at me across the store.":11-:14 "i am making a report against you, you discriminated against me twice." twice."the confrontation with racial overtones... happened at a michaels store...when a customer was reportedly asked
manager.. who are both african american. :24-:27 "your job is to ring people up and tell them to have a nice day." 3 a cusotmer who witnessed the confrontation recorded the incident to defend the employee.she is now trying to help the employee by starting a go fund me.the goal-- a 4- hundred dollar gift card. :27-:32 jessie grady, shopper: "the things she screamed at all those employees, nobody should be subject to that abuse." abuse." the woman who went on a rant says she was discriminated against for being white... and because she voted for trum tolerate discrimination against customers or employees... and is investigating the incident. 3 the white house previewed its 2016 holiday decor yesterday. organizers say this year's decor is inspired by the theme "the gift of the holidays." highlights include 56 lego gingerbread houses in the state dining room-- one for each state and territory, made from more than 200,000 legos. the white house christmas tree, a 19 foot douglas fir donated by a tree farm in
3 fifty elite athletes found a way to stay active this winter. they signed up for the 12th annual "antarctic ice marathon" on... you guessed it, antarctica.the participants from 17 countries didn't only compete with each other... they also battled temperatures that hover on the wrong side of zero.the men's winner finished in 3-hours, 37 minutes. the women's winner finished in just over six hours. hours. president-elect donald trump has been spotted wearing something new on his head. head.but don't write off the old "make america great again"
her hat to both the old and the new. the donald has donned a new hat..."the hat" "the" hat used to say "make america great again" but lately the president elect has elected to showcase this...usa usa usa on the front and on the side, 45, as in, donald trump becomes the 45th president of the united states. it's not for sale yet on trump's website but fans arec for christmas. "must.have.that.hat." ."jeanne moos, cnn: "but there's no need to feel sorry for the old "make america great again hat. it's still getting the royal treatment." on election night, in addition to the sea of hats in the audience, there were two "make america great again" hats enshrined in glass cases, displayed on stage like holy relics...provoking one critic to tweet "in case of america not being great, break glass."
acronym...m-a-g-a..."make america great again." jeanne moos, cnn: "and if you're looking to hang your hat somewhere, how about the tree?" the 149-dollar red cap tree ornament is made out of brass and finished in gold. over on amazon it attracts mocking reviews from trump opponents. "all i said was that it wasn't as bright as the other ornaments and the darn thing exploded. sad." wrote another..."every time i try t "wrong!""negotiate down...wrong...the national debt." "no matter which branch i try, it's "wrong!""he's either not that rich. wrong." one joker gave the ornament one star saying "it called mary a nasty woman, told joseph to go back where he came from, built a wall around the manger, and then when you press it, it sings "i'm dreaming of a totally white christmas." but whether trump decides to sport the m-a-g-a
president-elect can't veto hat hair.jeanne moos cnn new york. 3 3 3 in your health watch... a drug-resistant strain of salmonella in eight states... has been linked to cows sold in wisconsin.state and federal officials are looking into 21 cases of the infection -- including 12 in wisconsin. wisconsin.the c-d-c says they come from bull calves purchased here.people can contract the virus through contact with animal manure and from person-to-person.no deaths have been linked to the outbreak.
more americans than ever are going to the emergency room because of adverse reactions to the drugs they are prescribed.the cdc found one in every 250 trips to the e-r over the last two years were because of a bad mix of medications.bad mixes also accounted for more than a third of e-r trips for folks over 65. 3 coming up -- another major player joins a growing streaming service industry. what you'll get... and for how
today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lo 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun
then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph.week ahead: temperatures cool a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. nice mix of sun and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some
interest rates when they meet in a few weeks. 3 samsung is considering a major move -- splitting the company in two.officials will take the next six months to make the decision... which some believe could benefit both samsung and investors.at least one expert says the split will simplify the south korean company's structure. 3 at&t is launching a streaming t-v service today.it will have 120 live channels.. including e-s-p-n, bloomberg, and starz... and taylor swift is getting her own show.monthly subscriptions start at 35-dollars. outdoor clothing company "patagonia" is donating ??all?? of its black friday sales -- 10 million dollars -- to more than 800 environmental organizations around the world. company officials say they came up with the idea as a way to bring people together after a divisive election. 3 you're looking at the winners of a 421-million dollar jackpot... deemed the "tennessee 20".they're
shop at the tennessee-kentucky border.they all pitched in to buy a single ticket... and wound up winning saturday's grand prize.when you break it down... they will get about 21- million dollars each -- before taxes. 3 3 stay close...your top stories are next at five. 3 including...big news for rogue one..how the new star wars movie is already breaking records at the box office...?before? its release.
good morning everyone. it's wednesday, november 30-th. 30-th.miller valley is getting decked out for the holidays. we'll show you what's brewing...in our first live look at this year's display.. coming up. up.but first... to the forecast at the top of the hour... here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quickly increasing. a few light snow showers possible late. highs in the low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting