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da receives the case in a few days.reporting live... 3 gunfire erupts just steps from the sheriff's office, police heaquarters, jail and courthouse in downtown milwauke. milwaukee.police say it happened around 9-30 this morning. the shots fired at a man and a woman. they were not hit, but bu an unoccupied parked vehicle. a 45-year old man was quickly taken into custody. that suspect apparently knows the two people who were targeted. early indications are the shooting stemmed from an argument over a criminal court case. new tonight, for the second time in a little more than a month, someone has targeted mixed martial arts champion anthony pettis at his milwaukee home...and this time the incident is caught on video.cbs 58's bill walsh joins us in the studio with
anthony pettis posted a video this morning of two people ransacking his car. according to the facebook post... it happened just before ten this morning take a look... you see what appears to be two young men get out of a black four-door... and enter a white s-u-v.pettis says he is offering a reward for info on the identities of the two. m-p-d confirms that they are investigating a theft... and are searching for the suspects. this is the second time in about a month that pettis has been targeted... someone set two of his cars on fire in late october. investigators think someone used acclerant to start two cars on fire... and the flames spread to a third car in the driveway. 3 this is the last thing pettis needs right now... he is training for the main event at u-f-c 206... the winner between him and max holloway will get a featherweight title shot next year. wisconsin's recount starts tomorrow. now that the green party's jill stein has handed over three and half million dollars and has accepted a judge's ruling that it won't have to be done by hand.
the recount locations, . cbs 58 david ade is live in downtown milwaukee with the update...david? the recount starts tomorrow at 9 o'clock.in milwaukee county about 130 people will work each and every day until all 440,000+ ballots are counted once again.. earlier this afternoon those ballots were moved over from county courthouse... over to the city of election commission warehouse. that's where milwaukee county's recount is going to happen..this recount is open to the public, the doors open up at the milwaukee election commission warehouse at 8:30 tomorrow morning... also the county is going to report results to the wisconsin election commission every night so the public can stay up-to-date on what those numbers look like.today, officials talked about municipal clerks finding the people who will handle the ballots. "they were able to go out and hire their poll workers as tabulator so that we have
but actually at a point that we're going to have roughly 130 people every day working there"every day working there" we're going to put together a list of where you can watch recounts happen in different counties. we're putting our our website cbs 58.com live in milwaukee county david ade cbs 58 news. wisconsin republicans insist that the only ones benefiting from recount are hillary clinton and wisconsin democrats. the gopfiled a complaint with the federal election commission, claiming illegal coordination between the clinton and stein campaigns. stein went on a national talk show defending her efforts to ensure the integrity of the election process. 3 "throughout the election, i was asked will you stand up and will you call for a recount and jump through the hoops that it takes if there's
for the sake of our voters, for the sake of a voting system that we can believe in." in." stein say certain eletronic voting machines are "tamper-friendly". she denied the trump camp's claims that it's a ploy for the green party to get money. 3 stay with cbs 58 for continuing coverage of both on the air, on social media and online at cbs 58 dot com. 3 noticeable changes in our weather. chief meteorologist ready for the last few hours of november. toss to drew drew today: generally cloudy with a spotty light mix arriving late this afternoon. temps in the upper 30s through the evening. wind: wsw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light snow possible. a dusting
for the second time this year, workers at a plant in germantown were evacuated from their building. building. this time the problem was a bomb scare. police say an employee at gehl foods reported someone entering the building on freistadt road this morning with a ?possible? explosive device. about 60-people were evacuated while police searched. 2-and-a-half hours later, those workers were allowed back inside. police say no bomb was found. back in june, an explosion at gehl fo and 5 people were hospitalized. this just in...a boy arrested for making a bomb threat that shut down a west allis school. the threat happened at lincoln intermediate school in west allis around noon yesterday. students were moved to a safe location while officials searched the building.police made the arrest today and are referring the case to the d-a's office. 3 -nats wall collapses-
to rubble. crews are tearing down the old northview elementary school building. published reports say the original building dates back to 1898. it closed its doors as a school 6-years ago and was at times used as a part-time homeless shelter. 3 packer fans savoring the big monday night win in philadelphia..while the team is busy getting ready the texans.. a game that will be shown here cbs 58.two key players are banged cbs 58's kevin holden has an update from re kevin: every nfl team deals with injuries this time of year, but two specific injuries have packers nation really concerned. talking about aaron rodgers hamstring, and clay matthews shoulder. and we got an update from both players today.rodgers: how's the hamstring holding up. it's improving. aaron, how does this compare to the calf of 2014? different years, different injuries.matthews: i'm in some pain no doubt about it, and some swelling. but we got an x-ray and
moving forward as far as going into this game, that's ultimately the goal, but we've got some work to do.mccarthy: they both had treatments today, and went through the weight workout. just from talking to the trainers, we fully expect that they'll be ready to play sunday.kevin: rodgers and the offense will be doing extra studying as they face the texans here at lambeau field for the first time since 2008. later in the show, a t t packer schedule here in green bay today. at lambeau field, kevin holden, cbs 58 news. 3 the packers and texans kick off at noon sunday at lambeau field.,....here on cbs 58....then stay with us for an hour-long cbs 58 sportszone postgame special, with team reaction..we've got you covered game day sunday..here on cbs 58. 3 next at five, how antique-style wooden american flags like this one are
3 this american flag made of wood symbolizes more than just our country. it was created by a company based in virginia called "flags of valor" which hires combat veterans who are learning new skills as they transition back into civilian life. the man who created the company tells us it's important that his flag-makers veterans. "they were looking for that camaraderie, that brotherhood once they got out of service, you know that was lacking and they found us in one way or another and it creats that environment, that brotherhood that they missed." missed." brian steorts was in milwaukee for a speaking engagement. he says 'flags of valor' has three guiding tenets....made in america still matters....veterans are an untapped resource....and giving back is imperative.
holiday shopping can be stressful enough ?inside? the malls. wouldn't it be nice if it was easier to find a parking space ?outside??one local mall has launched a new app that should help. help. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad has the story live at mayfair mall in wauwatosa. jacob? it is busy here at mayfair mall, even on a wednesday. but i can tell you where you're most likely to find open spaces around here from their new app.management is talking about it as we're getting into the holiday season. what you want to "ggp malls" where you get your apps...then enter mayfair mall. there - you'll be shown a parking map that uses color coding to show people where to go. if a lot is green - go for it...it's not very full. yellow...well, check it out if you're an optimist.then there's red where more than 90 spaces are full. good luck.the app knows where to send you based on sensors through the parking lot.
something that throughout the day we're constantly evauluating the lot levels. so it's something that we do in person as well. and finding that perfect parking space continues to be a major pain point for our shoppers. so the idea behind this is to create a hassle-free shopping experience for our guests." i shouldn't have to say this but i will: you should really have a passenger help you navigate this if you're driving.management says this app will be especially helpful on the weekends... remember santa is here so it's pretty busy already. live in kittilstad... cbs 58 news. tonight at ten, a savvy consumer report.... how will you shop for the holidays? on credit or with cash? we're taking a look at store cards versus major credit cards. the pros, the cons... and what to watch out for during the biggest shopping season of the year. amanda porterfield has that story tonight at 10 tomorrow's not only the start of the meteorological winter...but also milwaukee's
the rules take effect at sunrise tomorrow, and here are the main points you need to remember. most residential streets will require alternate side parking - though there are some exceptions to that rule. posted signs do take precedence - so look and see if there are signs posted where you want to park the department of public works says if you're unsure about whether you can park on a certain side of the street, take a look and see if any other cars are parked on that side. if you don't see any other cars, you should probably find another spot. 3 3 today: generally cloudy with a spotty light mix arriving
evening. wind: wsw 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. flurries friday through saturday. on sunday a chance for snow returns with an inch or so of accumulation possible.
today: generally cloudy with a spotty light mix arriving late this afternoon. temps in the upper 30s through the evening. wind: wsw 5-15 mph. tonight: mostly cloudy with light 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. flurries thursday with clouds and sun friday through saturday. on sunday a chance for snow
accumulation possible. 3 today was a great day for the folks at madacc...milwaukee's domestic animal shelter. a check for 32-thousand dollars was presented...money raised from the theater seats removed from the newly-renovated riverside theater. the money will help madacc work with animals like "maddy"...who was bright in with severe burns. "we get in animals just like her that have been burned, shot, stabbed, starved, injured and we never have enough money to take care of those animals and get them well and get them adopted.and we struggle so much." much." the auction money will help. the chair auction turned out
the packers two most important players, aaron rodgers and clay matthews are dinged up but both expect to play sunday against the te.. holden is in green bay and tells us one crucial thing both players got today...rest... 3 3 kevin: scott the packers did something today in green bay that they almost never do on a wednesday. actually it's something that they didn't do. they didn't practice. but mike mccarthy says this change wasn't recent; it's been in the works for sometime. mccarthy: we're coming off a monday night game on the road on the east coast, and before
game on the road. the stress adds up. frankly this plan was in place in the spring when the schedule came out. rodgers: we got back at 3 o'clock in the morning on monday, or tuesday, yesterday. short week, hello! i think it's appreciated but there is going to be a lot of mental stuff we do today. nelson: taking care of bodies. it's a long season. coming off a monday night game, and a bunch of road games, tonight games. making sure we get recovered. keviwo not face again in the regular season. a short week with a game monday night in philadelphia and sunday here at lambeau. and also primetime games. the packers had played two of those in a row in washington and philadelphia. at lambeau field, kevin holden, cbs 58 sports. thanks kevin......remember to watch the packers and texans right here on c-b-s 58 then stay tuned for our hour long post game special at 4.... the young bucks might have had the break through win they've been waiting for last night...
early lead in the second half against lebron james and the champion cavaliers and never lost it....a highlight filled game featured tony snell's free drunk while j-r smith went to talk to jason terry.......thon maker obliterating chris andersen's ankles, knees and maybe his soul.........but the real highlight was the greek freak...giannis antetokounmpo had a career high 34 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals.... 3 giannis: "we're getting so close but us young team we have to learn how to open the door and get in. in this game we did that. we did what we had to do to get a win." while the bucks took center stage the badgers had an impressive win of their own beating 22nd ranked syracuse.....i graduated from syracuse and i have never seen a team dominate the orange's 2-3 zone the way nigel hayes and the badgers did last night....they even left hall of famer jim boeheim impressed... 3 3
today: generally cloudy with a spotty light mix arriving late this afternoon. temps in the upper 30s through the evening. wind: wsw 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. a little the rest of the week near average in the upper 30s and lower 40s. flurries thursday with clouds and sun friday through saturday. on sunday a chance for snow
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