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tonight on cbs at 9/8 central. thanks so much! we'll see you next time. [applause] early voting is set to begin in milwaukee next week with expanded hours and locations. locations.that means more resources for the election commission...so are they prepared for voters to cast their ballot branwall joins us live in the newsroom with that story...lindsey. 3 they almost weren't bill and michelle.in just a week, the election commission decided to make the change from 100 hours of early voting to over 700 hours and the common council wanted even more.they wanted to see 900 hours of early voting, and voting locations at local campuses. during a common
decided early voting would stay at 725 hours, with three locations in the city.the election commission worried the common council's proposal would stretch them too thin. 3 3 "my concern was risk, that if we spread resources too thin, you increase the risk that something can go wrong. and for example if we spread the expertise of staff or our ability to triage and address problems, then something could wrong."something could problems, then something could go wrong." wrong." the election commission says they're still preparing for the additional voting hours, but will be ready when it starts monday. monday.if you want to find out where you can vote early and the times, visit cbs 58.com and click on news links. reporting live in the newsroom, lindsey branwall, cbs58news the sobelman's saga coming to a close with the restaurant near marquette's campus
back.why it was yanked briefly still not compleltely clear. but the owner tells cbs 58's julie parise he's ready to move forward. today the common council approved the motion to grant sobelmans it's liquor license back."zielinkski, stamper, mr president....15 ayes, the committee report is adopted." adopted."the restaurant was shut down after the owners failed to show up to a council meeting to renew their license, which expired at the end of august. mr sobelmans said he didn't know h be there.it reopened two days later but without its liquor license. the city council noted hat the restaurant did not have any signs prohibitng firearms, which they took issue with after someone accidentally fired a gun while walking into the restaurant earlier this summer. we talked with dave sobelman after the decision was made today. he told me he has agreed to put up signs banning guns, and that marquette will be providing them. he also said"i am glad to put this behind us
mend our relationship with our alderman." reporting in milwaukee jp cbs 58 news.milwaukee jp cbs 58 reporting in our alderman." relationship with our alderman." reporting in milwaukee jp cbs 58 news. chief meterologist drew burgyone joins us now to get you ready for your evening...drew. 3 tonight: dry this evening with storms possible toward dawn. lows in the low to middle 60s. wednesday: scattered showers and storms during the morning commute. on and off showers and storms possible during the day. highs near 78. wind: s 5-15 mph.week ahead: still warm all week with highs at
scattered shower and storm chances persist starting wednesday and last through at least friday with a few storm systems. cooler and dry over the weekend with highs in the lower 70s. a stronger front arrives on monday with highs in the 60s by early next week. mount pleasant police called to a very confusing crime scene early this morning. morning.the initial call was that somone had been
find they were actually investigating a hit and run accident. the reason for all the confusion...police say the victims were severely intoxicated either under the influence of alcohol, drugs or both. "thru our investigation so far, they are not gunshot wounds it appears to be more of a hit and run accident from talking to witnesses, it sounds like these indiviuals were in the street and got struck by a car." car." poli people in the street. two were hurt. one suffered a facial injury, another a superficial wound to the leg. there is no description of the striking vehicle...only that it left the scene headed south. 3 new today at four --- milwaukee police say a tattoo could help them idenfity a man wanted for an armed robbery. it happened a week ago at the subway on 107th just south of brown deer road. a man armed with a gun entered the store and demanded money from the cashier. he gets behind the counter...and pulls money from
the counter to escape. police say he's got a tattoo on his right wrist. if you recognize this man..call milwaukee police at 414-935-7360. 3 investigators are learning more about the suspect in the new york city and new jersey bombings..from the man's father. cbs' brook silva-braga has the latest from elizabeth, new jersey. nats new details reveal the father of bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami called his son a i called the fbi two years ago. reporter calls out: and what did you tell them?man: i told them you got a connection with this guy.cbs news has confirmed, the fbi investigated the terrorist comment after rahami was arrested in 2014 for stabbing his brother in the leg at the family's home in elizabeth, new jersey. but the father told agents he had been angry and didn't mean it. sources tell cbs news they recovered from rahami a handwritten note and a notebook with a bullet hole in it. the notebook included
and a radical american cleric. rahami is a u-s citizen from afghanistan. he traveled to afghanistan at least three times recently perhaps as late as 2014 and once to pakistan. david is a neighbor who knew him as a nice quiet kidhow do you make sense of what happened?i can't the only thing i can say is he left his country to go over there and maybe met some people who talk bad about our country.rahami is suspected in the 29 people and a pipe bomb explosion at the jersey shore. police say he left behind evidence tying him to the crimes. he was captured after a man found him sleeping in the doorway of his bar.i just called the cops. i didn't do anything i just did what any american would have done. rahami is recovering in the hospital from gunshot wounds and is being held on five million dollars bail. brook silva-braga, for cbs news, elizabeth, new jersey. 3 the family of an unarmed black man shot and killed by a white
calling for criminal charges. charges.it was after they saw video showing 40 year old terence crtucher with his hands up.tulsa police chopper pilots who recorded the events, noted that a taser was then used.now the question is why then did an officer discharger her firearm with fatal results. nats: "shots fired!" fired!"she is giving him she is giving him repeated commands, stop, stay where you are. get down on your knees, commands.i'm demanding that charges be pressed immediately. the video speaks for itself. itself. crutcher's family believes this case represents a systemic problem with police. authorities do confirm...crutcher did not have a gun on him or in the car. 3 apple picking season is here! and did you know there are specialists who can taste the differnence in the fruit? hear from one of those experts...after the break.
you've heard of wine tastings... and probably beer tastings... but today in new berlin... an apple tasting. the new berlin public library hosted kenneth weston today... of weston's antique apple orchard. that orchard has been in new berlin since 1936... and they grow more than 100-different varieties of apple.. including ones that are as new as the 1940's... to some that are more than 5-centuries old. guests today got an educn an apple it's flavor... from a man who has been growing all those apples for decades. 3 people select apples for sweetness, whereas sourness has it's pleasures too, and is underestimated the guests today got to taste several different varieties of apples... and vote on which ones they liked best weston's unique apple orchard is open for visitors... kenneth weston
visit is to just make an appointment. 3 a powerful message told in the prettiest of colors. milwaukee's art museum awash in pink. pink.it's a reminder that the komen race for the cure is coming up.the lakefront is this sunday morning's gathering spot where survivors will celebrate and families will fulfil the legacy of a loved one lost to breast cancer.consider this--in 1980, the 5-year relative survival rate for women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer was about 74 percent. today, number is 99 percent! who knows what the future holds when we raise more money for research and local outreach. see you sunday. kids is milwaukee got to practice like the packers today. .we visisted saint charles borromeo school in milwakuee this morning. the first of ?two? packers youth football camps. nearly 150 kids got to play with former packer, tony fisher. the football camp is part of the nfl's play 60 campaign to get kids active.
challenge courses for them and they're rotating between courses, they're kicking footballs, the catching footballs, they're running they're doing all different kinds of drills that are fun for them and it ties in football and it ties in playing and being healthy and getting active." active." there was a second youth football camp later in the day at saint john the evangeslist school in greenfield. 3 packers wide reciever, jordy nelson unveiled his newest side project yesterday.nelson launched his very own breakfast cereal. farm fresh flakes" is a frosted corn flakes cereal created by p-l-b sports, a food marketing company. it's now be available at several local grocery stores like pick 'n save and woodmans. hopefully everyone goes out and tries it, have some fun with it., that's why we did it, its jst fun to do different things, and for kids eating breakfast its entertaining for them as well. well. nelson is still working out the details of which charity will get the proceeds from his
cbs 58 premiere week continues tonight. ncis kicks off the night at seven. then the series preimere of "bull" a drama inspired by the early career of dr. phil. in the new series, brash and charming dr. bull combines psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys and witnesses tick in the courtroom. the premiere of bull is followed by ncis: new orleans. then please joins us for the cbs 58 news at ten. 3 and right after the news at ten...first lady michelle obama will appear as a special stephen colbert....along with actress, america ferrera. in today's trending topics one of hollywood's most famous power couples is calling it quits. actress angelina jolie has filed for divorce from brad pitt over reported differences in how to raise their children. cbs news corresponent danielle nottingham is in los angeles with more. angelina jolie and brad pitt separated 5 days ago and today jolie's attorney confirmed the
according to papers filed monday with the los angeles superior court, the actress cited irreconcilable difference. she is asking for physical custody of the couple's 6 children and she wants to limit pitt to visitationnot joint physical custody.according to the entertainment website tmz, the actress' decision to file for divorce"has to do with the way brad was parenting the children ... she was extremely upset with his methods." the couple adopted three children and have three of their own. joe' decision was made for the health of the family.in a statement to people magazine, pitt says, "i am very saddened by this, but what matters most is the wellbeing of our kids." jolie and pitt married in 2014 in a private ceremony in france.the couple had been together since 2004 after co- starring in the film, "mr. and mrs. smith."the two recently starred in the box office dud "by the sea," playing a
tonight: dry this evening with storms possible toward dawn. lows in the low to middle 60s.wednesday: scattered showers and storms during the morning commute. on and off showers and storms possible during the day. highs near 78. wind: s 5-15 mph.week ahead: still warm all week with highs at least upper 70s. scattered shower and storm chances persist starting wednesday and last through at least friday with a few storm systems. cooler and dry over the weekend with highs in the lower 70s. a stronger front
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new at four --- a man is charged with stealing over ?ten-thousand? dollars worth of perfume over several months. months.the man worked as a janitor at a j-c penny's in menomonee falls. falls.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad has been sniffing out the details and joins us live with more..jacob. investigators say this all
year...> the scheme being that the suspect would put a few bottles of perfume into a trash can...> then walk away with them at the end of the night. according to court documents... > 40-year-old markell baker worked for an outside cleaning crew when the store started noticing the missing merchandise.> that was in february.> after reviewing surveillance video...> they confronted baker who admitted to taking a few bottles every week...> then selling them at ty city of milwaukee.> the grand total of missing merchandise - listed in the criminal complaint: 10,017 dollars.> customers today said it's incredible he was able to get away with that much before he was caught. "you can get your cheaper ones. "you can get your "you can get your cheaper ones. maybe like 6 or 8 oz for $10. but you can get your high end ones and be paying $75-$100." $75-$100."
struggling for cash as he was going through a custody dispute with his wife.> we'll have more on his background coming up on the news at 5.> live in menomonee falls...> jacob kittilstad...> cbs 58 news. chief meterologist drew burgyonejoins us now to get you ready for your evening...drew 3 3 tonight: dry this evening with storms possible toward dawn. lows in the low to middle 60s.wednesday:
and off showers and storms possible during the day. highs near 78. wind: s 5-15 mph.week ahead: still warm all week with highs at least in the upper 70s. scattered shower and storm chances persist starting wednesday and last through at least friday with a few storm systems. cooler and dry over the weekend with highs in the lower 70s. a stronger front arrives on monday with highs in the 60s
in today's health watch -- parents have a whole new reason to worry about their children getting lice. there are reports of "super lice" in wisconsin...that are resistant to treatments. treatments.cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live with more...amanda. lice has been around for years but with recent cases of super lice here in wisconsin, doctors say it's getting harder to treat over the counter. i spoke with a barber school on how they prepare students on dealing with lice and super lice. experts say super lice causes 24 million missed school days for kids. super lice has been several cases in the madison area in the last week. what makes it so tough, is that it's resistent to your typical over the counter medications, which are only 25 percent effective against them. instructors at milwaukee area technical college's barber school spent eight weeks out of the year-long program on how to handle clients who may have lice. instructor george gomez says before a barber cuts a clients hair they check
does have the bug, they can no longer do the service. 3 "it's public safety. it's safety and sanitation. it's our health. part of everything that we do in this class, in this school, is to learn how to detect signs, to not jus protect ourselves, but the client and the public." public." now since regular treatments don't work well there are special measures people have been trying including a brand new clinic that just opened its doors in our area. i'll have more on that on the cbs 58 news at five. live in downtown milwaukee, ad cbs 58 news. 3 as part of heroin and opioid epidemic awareness week...we spoke to a former addict today about his struggles with heroin. heroin."i was a seriously broken individual for a long time i've been thru five treatments and every treatment i pick up a new piece of the puzzle of what's wrong and how to fix it so i'm at a point
one point in recovery need to work together as a system for this to really work." work." luke demanovich says he was addicted to heroin for ten years. and after an overdose he ended up in jail. the executive director of god's touch ministry invited him to stay at a home for men recovering from addiction. "we're talking about an individual where society said he's a drug addict, he's in jail, what good is it. here's and individual who took time he gives time to the lord, goes to bible study goes to church and then he works." works." through the god's touch ministry, luke was able to get a job that's helped him hold onto his sobreity. 3 kellogg is recalling about 10 thousand cases of eggo nutri-grain whole wheat waffles in 25 states, including wisconsin. the recalled waffles have "best if
2017, and november 22, 2017. the company says routine tests revealed they may be contaminated with listeria. so far no one has gotten sick. 3 doctors are not prescribing fewer anti-biotics to patients... despite a push to reign in anti-biotic use and avoid super bacteria. researchers reviewed files from more than 34 million patients over a six year period. they found anti-biotic use didn't change prescriptions actually increased for powerful anti- biotics often used as a last resort. coming up tonight on the cbs 58 news at ten...one of the city's most violent gangs has been dismantled...by a special task force. "the amount of crime that this crew was doing on a daily basis was literally terrorizing the city." city." tonight -- the gang's music video that law enforcement says made it easy for them to build a case...landing them behind bars. marshanna hester's special report is coming up tonight on the cbs 58 news at 10.
cbs 58 premiere week continues tonight. ncis kicks off the night at seven. then the series preimere of "bull" a drama inspired by the early career of dr. phil. in the new series, brash and charming dr. bull combines psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys and witnesses tick in the courtroom. the premiere of bull is followed by ncis: new orleans. then the cbs 58 news at ten. 3 news at ten...for the late show with stephen colbert with special guest first lade michele obama and acress america ferrera. 3 cbs 58's mike strehlow joins us live now from the newsroom with a look ahead to what's coming up tonight on the news at five...mike. last year, marquette became the first private university in wisconsin to form its own police department. new numbers out today suggest it was a good move. m-u-p-d has 40 commissioned officers who not only respond to and prevent crime...they're
crisis intervention. the university released statistics today showing the number of robberies, batteries and burglaries reported on campus from may of last year to june of this year. marquette's police chief breaks down the numbers for us coming up tonight on cbs 58 news at coming up tonight the numbers for us coming up tonight on cbs 58 news at five. 3 hillary clinton and donald trump discuss terrorism and national security both closed doors. i'm craig boswell at the white house. that's coming up. up. 3 plus --- a new consumer reports says people are wasting ?billions? of dollars at the gas pump every year... 3 and with more and more self-driving cars out on the
breaking right now -- a federal judge rules that the kenosha unified school district must stop its discriminatory policy of singling out a transgender student.ash whitaker who identifies as a boy says the school is forced to use another bathroom and staff still uses female pronouns when tal t said ash would quote -- continue to suffer irrepable harm if k-u-s-d continued to deny his access to the boys' restroom during his senior year at tremper.the school district plans on appealing.. 3 terrorism and national security top of mind for both presidential candidates headed into next week's debate. cbs' craig boswell has the latest from the white house. nats donald trump says immigration security is national security and
york and new jersey at a rally in north carolina tuesday. tuesday."these attacks were made possible by open immigration system."trump scheduled two events in north carolina - a state that could decide the winner on november 8th. the republican nominee repeated his call to temporarily suspend immigration from areas with ties to terrorism ."we must stop the flow of refugees that hillary clinton wants to increase."hillary clinton has called trumps words a rr tool.clinton has no public events scheduled tuesday - she held a conference call with national security advisors about the recent bombings and efforts to disrupt terrorist recruiting online.clinton also called in to the steve harvey morning show and touched on her plans for next week's debat. debate.."i am going to do my very best to communicate as clearly and fearlessly as i can in face of the insults and the attacks...that we've seen
take it, steve, i can take that kind of stuff." the topics in monday's 90 minute debate include securing america - achieving prosperity and america's direction. craig boswell cbs news the white house. 3 president obama made his final speech at the united nations today. the president urged world leaders to do more to help millions of refugees coming from war torn syria. the u-n suspended humanitarian aid to people still in syria convoy ended a ceasefire. following last weekend's bombings in new jersey and new york, the president also acknowledged the on-going challenges of fighting terrorism.obama also used the address to highlight what he's accomplished during his time in office. including the iran nuclear deal and restoring relations with cuba. "while we've made our share of mistakes this past 25 years, i've admitted some, we have
sacrafice to align better our actions with our ideas and as a consequence i beleive we have been a force for good. good. later today -- the president is hosting a refugee summit. the goal is to raise an additional three billion dollars to help resettle refugees and provide access to jobs and education. the c-e-o of wells fargo was questioned on capitol hill toda. today.john stumpf to customers and congress for the scandal at the bank. regulators say wells fargo workers created millions of fake bank accounts to meet aggressive sales goals and get bonuses. the bank was fined 185 million dollars.more than 5-thousand employees have also been fired. stumpf has been criticized for his handling of the scandal. he has refused to step down. triple-a says americans are losing billions of dollars every year using higher grade
cleave explains. gas remains nearly 10 cents cheaper than this time last year...but triple-a says americans are basically throwing money away by doing what edna bangan just did... "it just requires unleaded, but i prefer to use plus. to keep the engine good."richard ulrich prefers regular, he too hears the siren song of higher grade gas..."uh i think the octane level, yeah i think so, makes the engine run better, i think it runs higher octane," octane,""i think it's easy to believe that something that is premium sounds like a treat." aaa's john nielsen..."but the truth is if your car is designed to run on regular gasoline, using the premium fuel or the 93 octane isn't going to make it run better, have better fuel economy, or have lower emissions."aaa looked at cars with a v-6 a v-8 and four cylinder engines and found 'no benefit' to using a higher level of gas than was called for by the
estimates 16.5 million drivers mis-fueled their cars by upping the octane unnecessarily last year...costing them an extra 2.1 billion dollars.only about 16% of vehicles on the road require premium gas - they are typically high performance or luxury cars.another 10% run best on mid-grade, while 7 in 10 cars on the road only need regular. the american petroleum institute, which represents the gasoline industry, agrees most cars regular 87 .kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. 3 investors are in a bit of a holding pattern during a two-day fed meeting...making for a dull day on wall street. the dow gained about ten, the nasdaq about six and the s and p pretty much broke even. tomorrow -- we'll find out if the fed thinks the economy is strong enough for an interest rate hike...which will have a big impact on the markets. samsung's galaxy note seven
regulators recalled the smartphone last week after reports the battery could catch fire. fire.samsung also suspended sales of the phone.the note seven exchange program got off to a bumpy start. in samsung's home market of south korea, only a handful of note seven owners showed up. and not even all of them were able to exchange their phones. note seven users here in the u-s have been told to pick up their free replacement from samsung, their wireless carrier or the store where they bought the phone. today --- the department of transportation released new guidelines for the testing and deployment of self-driving cars. the vehciles will be regulated federally rather than at a state level according to the new guidelines. there will also be a 15-point safety checklist for safe design, development, testing and deployment. under the new rules, companies that are building and testing self- driving cars will be required to share extensive amounts of data with federal regulators.
camera is ready for take off. the company unveiled it's new "karma" quad-copter yesterday. it's built for capturing aerial footage using a mounted gopro camera.the "karma" drone comes with a handheld controller with a touchscreen and joysticks.it can also fold up small enough to fit into a backpack. the karma will be available october 23rd. 3 your full readycast with chief meterolgist drew burgyone is
3 tonight: dry this evening with storms possible toward dawn. lows in the low to middle 60s.wednesday: scattered showers and storms during the morning commute. on and off showers and storms possible during the day. highs near 78. wind: s 5-15 mph.week ahead: still warm all week with highs at least in the upper 70s. scattered shower and m starting wednesday and last through at least friday with a few storm systems. cooler and dry over the weekend with highs in the lower 70s. a stronger front arrives on monday with highs in the 60s
home is now up for sale. vernon and petunia dursley's number four privet drive is on the market. it's about 25 miles from london in a quiet neighborhood shared with the u- k prime minister and the windsor castle. the three bedroom home seen in the franchise films comes complete with a cupboard under the stairs. but bring your checkbook...it's listed for
"open" 3 we begin with breaking news tonight....a federal court order, just announced within the hour. it says that kenosha's tremper high school must immediately stop forcin student.. ash whitaker.. to use a restroom separate from all other students.whitaker was born a girl, but identifies as a boy.he went to court to win the right to use the boy's restroom. he also says he's isolated from his peers on overnight school trips and objected to a proposed policy requiring transgender students to wear green wristbands or stickers. the kenosha unified school district says it plans on appealing. 3 and now to campaign 2016 which
voters, it can't end soon enough...and before long, you'll be able to cast your ballot. 3 while election day is still 7 weeks away, ?early? voting starts next week in milwaukee milwaukeecity officials plan a huge increase in the number of hours available to early voters. the question is....will they be ready?cbs 58's lindsey branwall took that question to city hall today and she joins us live in the newsroom. . lindsey. the election commission tells me they're prepared to staff weeks. but adding to that, could compromise the election. now, the city will hold 725 hours of early voting. and it's already quite an increase. in past years, in- person absentee voting only lasted 2 weeks, and in one location. the common council asked for even more hours.... more than 900... plus extra early voting locations at
with absentee starting monday, the common council voted to stay at 725 hours.the election commission worried more hours would stretch them too thin. "i had a concern with that expansion, that we not overextend the city's resources in terms of administering election, and that we not take any action that could comprimise the integrity of the election" election" the elti they may be able to add hours and locations in the future if you want to find out where you can vote early and the times, visit cbs 58.com and click on news links.reporting live in the studio, lindsey branwall, cbs58news new tonight, a homicide victim found inside a vehicle in milwaukee. it happened today on the north side. side. the police investigation took hours in what appears to be an alley near 24th place and hope. all they're saying
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