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local police department using this tool to track criminal activity....and they're hoping you'll use it to make neighborhoods safer 3 killed in a wrong way crash on their way back home.new tonight -- we now know the names of the three milwaukee people who died in dane county last night. night.the driver of their car was critically injured.. injured..all four worked at ritz holman.. an accounting firm in milwaukee.kim radtke, clenton hall and katey pasqualini all died..brian falk was rushed to the hospital. back from a work event in la crosse.state patrol says an s-u-v driver made a u-turn.. and drove west in the eastbound lanes of i-94 outside madison..he then slammed into the car carrying the accountants.. then hit another car.. killing a 23- year-old man from illinois. ,wisconsin state patrol?sergeant william miller "it is emotional involvement here because we're human too and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there it is very difficult to process but i know my people out there working last night
going to take care of this job first but then we're also going to provide services for them afterwards if necessary. the 32-year-old driver accused in the crash is from the madison area.. and is in the hospital with critical injuries. injuries.ritz holman sent us this statement.. saying they are shocked at this tragedy and the incomprehensible loss of three of our best and brightest.. and please keep their families in your thoughts and prayers as we all struggle to understand this senseless tragedy and unfathomable loss. a man on milwaukee's southwest robbed by a group of men dressed as police. police.it happened last month at a home near 99th and beloit. the victim says they pounded on his door demanding to get inside saying they had a warrant.he said they had rifles and handguns and repeatedly threatened to kill him. 19-30"they were just ransacking my apartment for like an hour but i was held at gunpoint for 20 minutes just on my knees like with my hands in the air...just starring at a gun for 20 minutes straight."
with his electronics, part of his car stereo system, and his debit and social security card. police are still looking for the suspects. 3 new tonight -- the milwaukee police officer charged with sexual assault and prostituion is officially off the police force.the police and fire commission approved dominique heaggen-brown's firing tonight. he was suspended from the force last month.heaggen-brown is the officer who shot and killed sylville smith in august.that shooting sparked several nights of unrest milwaukee.these charges aren't related to that shooting... but for an encounter he had on the second night of the unrest. it's a new tool to help fight and prevent crime.. and right now-- it's only being used by one police department in southeast wisconsin.cbs 58's marshanna hester found out what it is and who's using it... bill -- the greenfield police department is using a system that tracks crime in near real-time... and information is uploaded twice everyday.. it's a new way for the community to know what's going
12.29 nats at park playing, yeah yeahjessica nowak feels safe bringing her son to greenfield's konkel park.but she admits-- she could be more in touch with what goes on in her community.. "8.30 kind of just get information from other people or stuff like that"greenfield police say they have an answer..the department has teamed up with crime-reports-dot-com to report complaints and incidents in near real-time. simply clicking on an icon can show you everthing from thefts, burglaries or fights in e case number on there so if you really wanted to know what was going on, you could come down and file an open records request and get a copy of the r. report.detective sgt. chris deglopper says informing the community empowers them to help police solve crimes. there's a feature for residents to register their home security cameras... cameras...59.03 the public will not have access to that information 59.06 59.06the map can also show registersed sex offenders who live nearby..you can click to see who they are...9.34 that
my child around the wrong people for peace of mind, nowak plans to check out the new way of reporing crime and deglopper hopes the community will too... too...51.41 without their help we may be fighting a losing battle 51.45 anyone can access the crime data by putting in greenfield's zipcode-- but residents can register to get specific alerts...the greenfield police deparment is paying for this tracking service..to check it out for yourself-- we'll 3 a child is severely burned in an arson fire in west allis. the fire happened early sunday morning aroudn 1-30 at the lincoln crest apartments on 102nd street, a few blocks north of lincoln road.west allis police say the fire was intentionally set with an accelerant.if you have any information on the fire... contact the west allis police department. a racine couple is accused of abusing their 33-day old baby.
complaint, 25 year old krystal hall and 30-year-old geset wangsness both denied harming their child. they're charged with physical abuse of a child and child neglect.wangsness told police he had p-t-s-d and admitted to playing rough with the baby sometimes.the baby was first taken to the hospital in racine a few weeks ago, but was transferred to children's hospital.the criminal complaint says the baby has a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. bond was set today for a former kenosha county sheriff's captain accused of sexual assault. assault. 73-year old clarence mielke is accused of assaulting a 50-year old mentally ill woman at "carey manor", an assisted living center owned by his wife. he and his wife also lived in an apartment there.he'll return to court later this month. 3 the death of a southside teen who was hit by a school bus has been ruled an accident. 17-year-old marisol cevallos was hit while walking across the street at 9th and oklahoma early yesterday morning.she
wearing dark clothes.the report says rain and the dark contributed to her death.the bus company says the 62 year old driver had a spotless record for 25 years until this. 3 milwaukee police say a 22-year-old man was let into the craig montessori school today.. but then refused to leave.they were called to the school near 77th and congress after the man locked himself into an office.he was arrested without incident. police will seek charges of conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia. 3 new numbers out today show the new early voting sites in milwaukee are very popular this year.more than 38- thousand votes have been cast so far... surpassing 2012's rec. record.16:01:56-2:10i think this is the natural flow of things...people want to have that convienence, they don't want to have to wait in line on election day or they might have a schedule that requires them to vote early so i think
democracy the mayor expects close to 50 thousand votes when early voting closes on saturday.this year, the city added two early voting centers to the traditional polling place at the zeidler building downtown....one is at the forest home library...the other is at the midtown center. 3 an estimated 3-point-one million people are expected to cast their ballot in the election. that's the prediction of the wisconsin elections commision.that's 69.6 percent of the state's voting population and in line with the last two presidential elections. chelsea clinton was campaigning yet again in wisconsin.she picked a coffee shop in milwaukee's walker's point section for a stop this afternoon.it's one of several in the state this week. 3 vice president joe biden will be in madison tomorrow.. to stump for hillary and encourage people to vote early. look for david ade's reports on this event.also new tonight..donald trump is coming back on sunday. we're told it's in west allis where the republican nomoninee had to cancel once before. the place and time have not yet
congressman jim sensenbrenner is running for his 20th term in d-c in wisconsin's 5th district.. reprsenting a chunk of milwaukee's suburbs.but an area business owner is hoping to knock him out of office. office. khary penebaker says he's hoping to be the political outsider who can beat sensenbrenner. the democrat is a roofing company executive who says his years of business experience will translate to washington. 7-13 "i've experienced things that congresspeople don't. they don't create jobs.. they aren't worried about payl. 20-25 "we have a positive... conservative agenda that will create good paying jobs for every person in america." america." libertarian john ardnt is also on the ballot in the fifth congressional district..he tells cbs 58 his policies mostly align with republicans, except he he doesn't agree with them spending money they don't have. 3 stay with cbs 58 for continuing coverage in these final days leading up to the election. please join us on election night for live team coverage of important local races as well as the results
the packers are honoring our nation's veterans at sunday's g. game.it's part of the n-f-l's 'salute to service' to mark veterans day.look for camouflage goal posts and other banners all over lambeau. the items will then be auctioned off, with proceeds benefiting military organizations.fans can sign holiday cards in the atrium and the packers are hosting a food drive before the game... with some of the donations going to hunger task force. 3 and remember... you can watch the packers -colts game sunday right here on cbs 58.kick off is at 3-25. or will flood chicago for the cubs victory parade. parade.including a lot of people from wisconsin-- wisconsin--cbs 58 kristen barbaresi spoke with one die hard fan who's making the trip south..she joins us live from the intermodal station in milwaukee.. 3 i'm here at the amtrack station-- which is what the d- o-t is recommending fans use to get to chicago tomorrow.one of the people heading there--
nat- video of the final out, nick screaming we won the world series21-years nick comella waited for this moment quick nat- videoone that now-he can't really put in to words02;13;25 i feel like i haven't even enjoyed it yet. raised a cubs loyal by his dad-he knows there are other fans who waited much longer for this championship.and some, like nick's step grandfather-who never got to see it happen.02;13;50 it's a really difficult topic actually. 02;13;57 i really wish he got to see it. i know he's watching from somewhere else. i wrote that last night, cubs word champions 2016after the final out-- nick knew he had to be at that victory parade-- and luckily his co-workers stepped up to cover his shift. shift.02;16;41 crazy, wild, emotional. exciting. just tons of emotions. it's definitely going to be the best day of my life. nat-video twonick isn't afraid to admit this post- season was filled with tears-- when the cubs were winning...when they were
claimed the series.02;17;19 definitely there is crying in baseball. unfortunately nick's dad--- is in mexico this week so they didn't watch together--- infact they couldn't even text. but he will be heading to that parade with his mom and best friend. 3 cbs 58 will have a crew at the cubs parade tomorrow.we'll have a live report on the cbs 58 news at noon. 3 a loc first in the state to have this life-saving procedure... more on the revolutionary heart procedure coming up... 3 and getting way from all the cubs talk... the brewers finding out what fans want to see from the team next season....drew?
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of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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of the first in wisconsin to have a revolutionary new stent in one of his arteries. arteries.aurora saint lukes hospital in milwaukee is one of only ?two? hospitals in the state that are performing the procedure.cbs 58s eric levy has an up-close look at this new, life-saving stent. "it's very interesting with modern technology what they can does already has two ?metal? stents in him after a heart attack in 2011.but his newest one is breaking new medical barriers... barriers..."this one is flexible, so it kinda shrinks away to nothing."it's called absorb gt1...made by abbott vascular.a stent's job is to open a blocked artery...and it takes about a year for the stent to stay open on its own. but the stent never went away... away... "metal stent just stays there, so it's almost putting a metal
...until now.this one, made with material similar to dissolving sutures or stitches, melts away in about three years.the design received fda approval in july...and it's one of the first big medical marvels in the heart world since angioplasty was introduced in the 70s and ?metal? stents came in the 90s... 90s..."there've been better stents over the years, but nothing dramatically different since 1992, 93."most insurance covers this...and your doctor will probably use it if right for you.this is the direction medicine is going. going."that is very cool."cool for sure...life saving for alvin klemm who calls doctor allaqaband the aaron rogers of the cardiac team at aurora. aurora. "and i received the best stent you could possibly get. i'm really lucky and i'm happy about it."as klemm put it...it beats winning the lottery.eric levy, cbs 58 news. a synthetic drug blamed for dozens of deaths across the country was found in two
police in utah say the two 13-year-old boys overdosed on "u-47-700".the drug, sometimes known as "pink", can be bought online for less than 50 dollars.it's nearly 8-times stronger than morphine.two people in racine county died from the drug earlier this year.the drug will become illegal in wisconsin on monday. 3 police are investigating how a worker died at an industrial plant in cudahy. a 49-year-old oak creek man died and a 48-year-old cudahy man was injured in the told the victim is was a hammer operator and was hit by debris.the other employee is expected to be okay. a brown deer police officer in court today...facing a felony charge after she shot and wounded an unruly bus passenger back in march. cbs 58's april dovorany joins us in the newsroom with reaction tonight.. april? 3 she was in the courtroom just a few minutes...and while brown deer police officer devon kraemer had very little to say-a group of black
a statement, loud and clear. 5541 im not satisfied until shes completely charged and sent to prison.thats what a member of the black panthers told us thursday...vowing to be in court...every day...that brown deer police officer devon kraemer is there. just moments earlier...kraemer...p leaded not guilty-sending her case to trial. 5245 did you also understandt hat by waivnig that hearing youre conceding that the state can establish probable cause and you will be ordered to stan kraemer and her partner removed an unruly passenger from an mcts bus... surveillance video showed kraemer, her partner and the man wresting on the ground.. and she said fearing for her safety she shot him in the back. back.5506we're tired of the murder of our men, women and children. thats why were here. the man survived but thursday-the black panthers stood by in court saying--these situations happen too often...and they have a message for those in power 5557 the laws in ameica werent designed to protect the
does it oppress ? people of color.......this has to change or we will force you to change by any means necessary kramer will be back in court on november 28th. michelle? a living wage increase approved by the milwaukee county board. board."let's not hold people back anymore. let's help people move on up and move forward. let's invest in our co" community." the minimum wage increase is for county eye workers of contractors hired by the county..starting at 12.35 an hour in 2017 and slowly increasing to 15 dollars in 20-21. 3 tonight: mostly clear. a little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind: n 2-5 mph. friday: lots of sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw
a woman accused of selling fake packers tickets to a local veteran is arrested in fl. florida.35-year-old tammy lam from port s for the packers-cowboys game. game.we first told you about this story in september.... nicole hoffman bought the tickets on craigslist for her and her fiance.the tickets never arrived... and according to court documents, lam cashed hoffman's checks.port st lucie police say lam promised to refund hoffman's money... but never did.brown deer police stepped in and got hoffman tickets to the packers game and threw in some badgers tickets too.
world series last night... a print shop in northeast wisconsin got right to work. work.'promotional designs' in ashwaubenon has been working around the clock today.. they've printed nearly ?40 thousand? championship shirts. the shop has made t-shirts for other sporting events..but this is the first time its making shirts for baseball. 27-32 we've been doing the packers and so forth but now it's major league baseball and the cubs... it's very exciting." 26:04 26:04 the newly-printed tshirts were shipped to retailers throughout the day... and are already on store shelves across the state. the brewers hosting a town hall at miller park tonight.it gets milwaukee fans away from all the cubs talk. talk.they showed some great moments on the big screen.fans were cordial and appreciative but in a "questioned and answer" session with team management..they pressed for answers as to how the team will groom players from the minors and keep good ones from going to other teams. general manager david stearns: we have to be very careful that we're protecting the proper players and putting them on the major league roster to keep them in brewers . organization.
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f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs.
fit on this team. scott grodsky in gree bay with more on the young guys stepping up for the packers. while randall cobb and ty montgomery continue trying to get ready for game time on sunday, some of the younger guys have had a chance to step up with first-team reps in practice. guys like geronimo allison and trevor davis and theyve impressed their teammatescobb: we all feed off each other, we always talk about we fly together. nobody is worried about individual success we always want our group to perform.allison: it does feel difft you're out there and you're more in sync, getting more reps with the offense and getting put in different positions to make plays so i think that's the difference. jackson: i just want to, i'm just trying so fast to make an impression that sometimes i go too fast for myself. so i need to take a step back you know just see the big picture rather than just being in the right place, being in the
scott: one other position on offense to keep an eye on is center. jc tretter sat out of practice for the second straight day, that means it could be corey lindsley's turn to run the show as he comes back from an injury himself. reporting from green bay scott grodsky cbs 58 sports packers and colts, a 3-25 kickoff on c-b-s 58. the packers only home game in november - they round out the month at tennessee, washington, and philly. bucks hosting bmo... greek freak alert! giannis to the rack not once... but twice. part of his 27 points, seven rebounds and nine assists.giannis misses the free throw towards the end of the half... but tony snell open to cash in a three. 10 points after going for a double-double last night. jabari parker.... nine of his 27 points coming in the third
finish. bucks up double-digits and they roll. roll.125-107... bucks now a game over .500! 3-2... they host sacramento on satuday. i think we had the momentum going into the half. we've done bad in the third
quarter so we knew how important it was to have energy. it carried over and it helped lead to a good win.
3 the city of duluth was on bear watch... the bear was spotting in
a tree near a federal courthouse.the furry visitor drew quite a few onlookers. duluth police say the bear made several attempts to come down... but climbed back up because of those onlookers. duluth news-tribune says the bear went from one tree to another... then climbed down and left just after sunset 3 if you want to get in a few bike rides before the snow falls... you have more options in milwaukee.ten new bublr bike sharing stations are opening up in milwaukee. extending in all directions from downtown for a total of 57.we stopped by the new station at m-lk and north.. 3 we like that there's a more
encourage people not just to go through downtown but to come to the neighborhood and support the local businesses." businesses." bublr bike stations have now doubled in milwaukee since they first started appearing in the fall of 2015. 3 tonight: mostly clear. a little chilly with lows in the upper 30s inland to around 400 lakeside. wind: n 2-5 mph. friday: lots of sunshine. staying above-average with highs around 600. wind: sw 5-15 mph.weekend: quiet weekend with lots of hi stays mild with highs in the low to middle 60s saturday and sunday. some 50s return next week, but no major signs of a cold snap. we'll have a lot more on the
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