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3 good morning...thanks for starting your day...and ending your november with us!it's wednesday, november 30-th. 30-th.here's what we're working on this half hour... 3 3 3 3 3 we have team coverage on the presidential election recount. cbs 58's kyle aevermann is breaking down the judge's ruling... and julie parise will explain t required for ?recount observers.? cbs 58's michael schlesinger is showing us some self-defense techniques... just in time for holiday shopping. and -- we'll check out what's brewing in miller valley this morning! 3 a lot going on! but right now meteorologist justin thompson gee has a look at your weather. 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))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
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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 and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of the question. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the interchange.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through
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exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at lincoln ave. 3 president-elect donald trump is expected to announce more cabinet picks today...as he in administration.among them -- steven mnuchin as treasury secretary and investor wilbur ross as commerce secretary. secretary.the development comes just a day after mister trump and reince priebus had dinner with mitt romney in manhattan...a potential secretary of state nominee. romney) he did something i tried to do and was unsuccessful in accomplishing, he won the general election. and he continues with a message of inclusion and bringing people together. together. tennessee lawmaker bob corker, former cia director david
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city mayor rudy giuliani are also said to be in the running for secretary of state. yesterday the trump team announced that senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's wife, elaine chao, has been offered the job of transportation secretary.... and tom price has been tapped to head up the department of health and human services.mister trump kicks off his victory tour tomorrow...in ohio and indiana. meanwhile...the wisconsin presidential recount will begin tomorrow.... and it's up to each county to decide ?how? they want to do it. a dane count recount does ?not? have to be done by hand. cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live in studio with a closer look at the ruling. kyle? 3 the judge heard about 4 hours of testimony and arguements from both sides. and ultimately denied jill stein's request for a hand count-- saying her attorneys do not meet burden of proof. stein's attorney alleged the state's voting equipment may have been hacked.. and doing it by hand was the safest way for an accurate recount... state lawyers argued there was no evidence to suggest any
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county judge said there was no proof any mistakes would bring a machine recount into question.she also said she doesn't have any authority to decide what is the best for each county. 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 thei 3.5 million dollars to conduct the recount..the state elections commission has ordered it to begin thursday. coming up in our next half hour, what stien's attorney is saying about the ruling.... and what he's saying about a possible appeal.live in studio. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 the cost of the recount differs by county.if they choose to do it by hand... that will cost more.milwaukee county has the highest estimated cost in the state.. at over 500-thousand dollars.. in waukesha county it will cost nearly 300-thousand..and in kenosha county about 180-
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continuing our team coverage now... across the state volunteers are being trained as ?recount oberservers.? hundreds of people learned the "do's and dont's" of the presidential recount last night in muskego. that's where cbs 58's julie parise is live this morning. julie? more than three thousand people have volunteered for this job in wisconsin,inside this bar last night people from different parties came together to learn how the recount works -- so they can make sure the proc these volunteers won't be doing any counting -- but instead observing. they won't be allowed to touch a single ballot.instead - they'll be watching state employees record totals - checking numbers on machines and on paper. they'll also record all results on paper.last night's training session took about two hours. i felt why not be part of the democratic process. if theres anything wrong, it needs to be fixed. that's why i'm doing it. i'm just curious to see
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about. this training was for wisconsin's first, fourth fourth and fifth congressional districts. other districts are holding similar trainings across the statelive in muskego julie parise cbs 58 3 stick with cbs 58...we'll continue to monitor developments on and on cbs 58 dot com. looking ahead now... a muskego man accused of setting fire to his estranged wife's home in may... will make his plea in court today. today.james barbian is charged with arson.. burglary.. and endangering safety.police say his ex-wife was not home at the time of the fire... but her two pets were killed. the fire marshall has ruled the fire was set intentionally. 3 new this morning...the kenosha police department is looking for several suspects in a reported armed robbery.police say it happened at a best buy
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94....around seven last night...when multiple people went into the store... witnesses say the suspects were armed or implied they were.if you have any information call kenosha police. 3 milwaukee police are asking for help in identifying ?this? man.he's wanted in connection to a number of burglaries. burglaries.police say he pryed open the door at an apartment building near first and pittsburgh... in walkers point early sunday morning. surveillance video shows him walk out the door with a large flat-screen t-v. t-v.the man is also month ..around the area.if you know who the man is... call milwaukee police. 3 west milwaukee police say 10 people were arrested after a "fight for 15" protest spilled onto miller park way. the group of people were participating in the "day of distraction"-- a nationwide call for a minimum wage of 15-dollars an hour. we first told you about the prostests yesterday morning at a mcdonalds on 9th & north. the group then traveled to city hall... and ended at a mcdonalds near miller park
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blocked miller park way-shutting down traffic at the intersection for about an hour and a half. starting in 20-21-milwaukee county workers will make $15 dollars an hour...but these protesters say-its not enough. 3 $7.25 is not a possible living wage for nayone uless youre working a 24 hour shift every d. day.1602 we work just as hard as you do. and we're gonna get . it. milwaukee county workers will see an increase in with minimum wage rising to $12 dollars an hour... for county workers. 3 coming up...too many toys.its becoming an issue for one wisconsin police department. what they're doing to solve this - "problem." next..
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you now have a shot to buy into what could be the future of personal flying.the people behind "jet-pack aviation" staged a demonstration of its "j-b-10" product in long beach . yesterday.they called the 85- pound pack the world's only true jet-pack.right now, this version can keep someone in the air for up to ten minutes and go as high as 65-hundred feet.the next step?company exut have a contract with the u-s navy -- are trying to raise a million dollars through crowd- funding to improve safety features. 3 3 3 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 of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the
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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 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. 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 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 low to middle 40s. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow
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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 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 snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the r 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 accumulating snow not out of the question. ((???1:30 seconds??))
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the interchange.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until de will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at lincoln ave.a reminder that the i-41/us-45 sb systerm ramp to i-94 eb is now closed long term until spring 2017. this will have an impact on your morning drive.drivers will want use the following detours. watertown plank rd to hwy 100 and rejoin at the rampbluemound rd. to 84th st on ramp to i-94 eb or for commuters from the north take either hwy 60 or 167 to i-43 toward downtown.the i-94 eb to
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police officers often use toys to provide comfort to children. but one local department in wisconsin... says they have ?too many? toys! so the neenah police department is adopting a new program they're calling "stuffed hugs." any child who comes into the police department -- for whatever reason -- will leave with a stuffed animal.the community donated all of these stuffed animals. and "express laundry center" in oshkosh donated its services--- running nine machines at a time to make sure the animals are clean and ready to hand out. 3 from stuffed animals to real animals...we explain why this goat is dressed up as a duck... details coming up. and i'm michael schlesinger....
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unfortunately ?women? are often targets for thieves. so how can women protect themselves? our michael schlesinger is finding out this morning. he's live at the monkey bar in the third ward with some helpful self-defense techniques ...tailored toward women. michael?
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monkey bar gym is offering several self-defense classes the next few weeks. go to our website...cbs58.com...and click on the red news links tab on the homepage for more information. 3 anchor reaction...
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coming up... a boy and his pup are going viral! we explain how their popularity could lp other dogs find forever homes. it's a heartwarming story you wont want to miss. 3 miller valley is getting into the holiday spirit.the holiday lites display will be open to the public starting friday.but we are getting a sneak peak this morning.this is a live look at the display.nearly 600- thousand lights are synchronized to holiday music. you're watching the cbs 58
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authorities say three people have been killed... as a line of storms and possible tornadoes moved across northern alabama overnight. the jackson county chief deputy says the three killed were all in a mobile home. another person in the home was critically injured. multiple structures in jackson county have been destroyed. ((???2:00 seconds??)) 3to 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 of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-1mph. 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 accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit of sun to start the day with clouds quic
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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 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 accumulating snow not out of the question.((???2:00 seconds??))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 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 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 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
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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. 3 ((???2:00 seconds??))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 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 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 wi 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 little the rest of the week near average in the 3 3 lets check out what's trending... a 9-year-old boy and his rescue pup are blowing up on social media. media.and all the attention ...could help more dogs find forever homes in houston. houston. 9-year-old johnny and lexi... his rescue golden
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"quadra-palegic cerebral palsy."and lexi was found outside..covered in fleas and in pretty bad shape.it was through a rescue group called "golden beginnings" they found each other.now thanks to the quick facebook post...the non- profit is being awared $25- thousand dollars ... to do more rescues in houston. 3 this little gal - polly the goat - had a big problem.her owner in new jersey says polly had a severe case of anxiety. nothing seemed to help.... until one old duck costume on polly as a joke. the next thing she knew.. the anxiety was gone... and polly was happy as a clam. the woman later posted a picture online that's since gone viral.
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picking the right christmas tree...which do you prefer...real or fake?we'll tell you the top choice...coming up at 6:30.
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now at 6:30 - the paperwork is
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wisconsin prepares for a recount.we have team coverage this morning.plus... 3 roads are in great shape...starting to see some slowing out on the roadways...the latest on overnight construction plus an update on your wednesday morning commute is coming up next in ready traffic. good morning! today is wenesday november 30th. we have a lot of new information coming up for you this half hour hourincluding-- a look inside a milwaukee school-- celebrating 10 years helping ?young? children learn. we'll tell you why this program is so unique-- coming up in just a couple of minutes. 3 but first let's get a check of your weather .... tracking our forecast is meteorologist justin thompson gee. ((30 second tease 15 seconds ah) ahead))today: a little bit of
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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 little theest 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 accumulating snow not out of the question. our top story this morning... the wisconsin recount will happen.. it just doesn't have to happen by hand. hand.a dane county judge has ruled that it'll be up to the county clerks to decide how to go about the process. process.cbs 58's kyle aevermann join us live from the newsroom with reaction to the ruling. kyle? stein's attorney says they will have decided by sometime today if they plan to appeal the ruling.
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fair and accurate count.the judge heard about 4 hours of testimony and arguements from both sides.but she ultimatly said there was not any hard enough or clear evidence hacking in the machine's took place.she said it'll be up the each county how they want to proceed.and while 19 counties including milwaukee have said they plan to do the recount electronicly, stein's attorney wants all counties to reconsider. 3 i would urge all of the county clerks and all of the canvassing consider and reconsider their decisions. and lets just do a hand recount. we will finish this process, we will know exactly what the tallys are in all of the counties, in all of the wards. and everyone will see exactly what wisconsin has done and what thier vote really is. is.the stein campaign paid the 3.5 million dollars yesterday, so the recount will begin tomorrow. but first, the election commission staff will hold a teleconference for all county
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processes. that's scheduled for later today. 3 attorney general brad shimel says he's pleased with the judge's decision. he released a statement that says in part-- "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 process.the recount starts tomorrow.results have to be in by 8 p-m on december those results will be certified. 3 meanwhile thousands of volunteers across the state are getting trained to ?watch? the recount happen. in southeastern wisconsin observers got a crash course in how the process works. julie parise is live at suburban bourbon in muskego. that's where hundreds turned out for thattraining last night. last night these volunteers were handed an 8 page manual and sat through a two hour training course. they will watch those doing the recount
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the job is tedious. these volunteers won't be doing any counting.they won't be allowed to touch a single ballot. instead - ey'll be watching state employees record totals - checking numbers on machines and on paper. they'll also record all results on paper. it's all a part of the democratic process. its a way of showing in solidarity around the state...tehre are people that want to see fair politics done. for the scientists who said there were anamolies its a way of making sure were doing democracy the way it should be. 3 this training was for wisconsin's first, fourth and fifth congressional districts. other districts are holding similar trainings across the statelive in muskego julie parise cbs 58 3 we'll continue to monitor developments on the presidential recount
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3 we've learned president-elect donald trump will leave his business when he takes office. he tweeted about it early this morning. trump will hold a major news conference in new york city- with his children-- on december 15th. he says he wants to fully focus on running the country. in a tweet he says- "while i am not mandated to do this under the law ... i feel it is visually important as president to in no way have a conflict of interest with my various businesses. he says legal documents are being crafted... of business operations. 3 3 new this morning... a school in milwaukee is celebrating ?10 years? of success... serving low income families. 3 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, there are income requirements. "we also really focus on
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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 special report on ?educare? this sunday on cbs 58 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. stay with us ..justin is in next with your full forecast.
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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 of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows in the lower 30s. wind: sw 10-15 mph. ek 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 accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit of sun to start the day with cloud 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 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 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 snow
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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 accumulating snow not out of the question.today: a little bit 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 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 and clouds through saturday then on sunday a chance for snow returns with some accumulating snow not out of
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((???1:30 seconds??)) 3 roads are in great shape this mornineather will not impact the morning drive.at the zoo interchange the i-94 eb to i-894 sb system ramp will close for paving workplan on alternates if your travels take you near the interchange.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to around this closure.another reminder that the i-41/894 sb exit ramp to greenfield ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. the on ramp from greenfield ave. to i- 41/894 sb will close through the fall of 2017. also closing long term, the lincoln ave. exit ramp from i-894 sb is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. traffic along the i-894
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the packers break their losing streak after monday night's game in philadelphia -- so a merrill man can finally wear pants again. again.we first introduced you to this maa ago. 3 glenn seefeldt (see-felt) -- said he would only wear shorts until the packers won-- no matter what the thermostat says.the pack beat the eagles monday night -- he can wear pants again?he can. but he says he's going to keep the act going. (glenn seefeldt,merrill) "i decided, i think my shorts are good luck. so i'm gonna wear shorts as long as they keep winning now." 3 he says he actually prefers wearing shorts -- and he's thankful it hasn't gotten too
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3still ahead this morning - real or fake? we're talking about christmas trees... and for many people there's no compromising.the pros and cons of both... ahead! plus .. .michael is talking self-defense! 3 you're watching the cbs 58 morning news
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it's busy season at the mall! this includes criminals who might be ready to pounce when you drop your guard.so how can
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your car after a long day of sh? shopping?our michael schlesinger is live at monkey bar gym with ways to keep you
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3 monkey bar gym is offering several self-defense classes the next few weeks. go to our website...cbs58.com...and click on the red news links tab on the homepage for more information. 3 3 3 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 of snow especially on grass
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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 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 snow possible. a dusting of snow especially on grass may be possible. lows i 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 accumulating snow not out of
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3 3 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 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 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 rt 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 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 accumulating snow not out of the question. today: a little bit
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people have made up their minds... and they have little time for arguments from the other side. i'm not talking about politics... i'm talking about having a real tree... or artificial tree for christmas? if you pick a real tree... here's what to look for before you buy... you should bounce middle, that's fine, if they fall from the outsides of the tree, that's a sign that the tree is past it's time.also take a tree branch, and bend it in your hands, it should be pliable it shoudn;t just snap snap andrew ormond from the home depot joined us on the news at four yesterday... he says artificial trees are easier... they last longer.. .and they save you in the long run. ormond had a bunch of great
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in the real versus artificial debate... you can watch the full interview on our website -- cbs 58 dot com. 3 3 your top local stories are coming up... "news on the go" is next.
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[ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem? the naughty list shouldn't get deals! yeah, but anyone who switches gets half off of any smartphone. even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles. [ knuckles crack ] [ spits ] ooo. ouch. [ neck cracks ] [ darien ] switch and get half off any smartphone.
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it's here's a recap of some of your morning's big stories in news on the go 3 the wisconsin recount will happen..it just doesn't ?have? to happen by hand.a dane county judge has ruled that it'll be up to the county clerks to decide how to go about the process.jill stein's attorney says they will decide sometime today if they plan to appeal the ruling.while 19 counties including milwaukee
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recount electronicly, stein's attorney wants all counties to reconsider.the stein campaign paid the 3.5 million dollars yesterday, so the recount will begin tomorrow.the election commission staff will hold a teleconference for all county clerks and canvass members .. to go over the recount rules and processes. that'll happen later today. 3 the kenosha police department is looking for several suspects in a reported armed robbery.police say it happened at a best buy store on 71st street near i-94.. around seven last night. multiple people went into the and witnesses say they think the suspects were armed. if you have any information call kenosha police. 3 a pedestrian is seriously hurt after getting hit by a car in mequon.it happened near north port washington road just north of highland road just before 6 last night. officials say the driver stopped and called police.the pedestrian was taken to the hospital by flight for life.the cause of the crash remains under investigation. 3 you can help make sure kids in need have a toy to open this christmas.the marines have set up a "toys for tots" dontation box at the 'toys-r-us' at 27th
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new, unrapped toys for kids of all ages... through next 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. and that's your news on the go.. time check now 6:58.. here's meteorologist justin thompson gee with your first alert weather. 3 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 of snow especially on grass may be si 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 accumulating snow not out of
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3 3 3 next on cbs this morningat least three people are dead after the largest fire to hit tennessee in a hundred years destroyed everything in its pathdemarco morgan is in the destruction zone where the wildfire has forced thousands to evacuate. 3 we want to leave you with this festive display! your sneak peak at miller valley's annual holiday lites display!it officially opens to the public on friday.there are showings friday and saturdays through december 17th.... every ?20? minutes between 4-40 and 9 pm. find more information on our website cbs 58 dot com...
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good morning. welcome to "cbs this morning." a possible tornado kills three people as powerful storms rock alabama and deadly wildfires tear through a tourist town destroying homes and businesses near the great smoky mountains. president-elect trump hits the town with former rival mitt romney as speculation swirls about a secretary of state announcement. plus, we are in indianapolis where air conditioning giant carrier said it reached a deal with mr. trump to keep 1,000 jobs from moving to mexico. we continue our issues that matter series.

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