tv CBS 58 Morning News 5am CBS December 6, 2016 5:00am-6:00am CST
3 good morning everyone. it's tuesday, december 6-th. 6-th.thanks so much for joining us! we'll get to your top stories in two minutes. but first-- we need to prepare you for the arctic air we're about to get.meteorologist michael schelesinger is 3 tracking a change in temperatures. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))forecast...to morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs
and killed jay anderson.the shooting happened in june at madison park.and following the d-a's decision... the wauwatosa police department has released dash cam video of the incident. cbs 58's kyle aevermann has been covering the story since the morning of the shooting. he joins us live from the wauwatosa police department with the video... kyle? 28 seconds. that's how long the video released by the tosa police department is.we do want to warn you thde disturbing. the officer involved activated the camera after the shooting-- preserving the moments leading up to the fatal shots.investigators say the officer ordered anderson to put his hands up--at first anderson's arms are raised-- but you see his right arm go down toward the passanger seat, then back up, then down again-that's when the officer fired-- six shots.it happened one minute after the officer initially radioed about the gun.investigators say the gun in anderson's car was a 9 mm,
in the chamber...they also say anderson had a blood alcohol level of .114 and marijuana in his system...and was in possession of 12.41 grams of marijunana.wauwatosa police chief barry weber says though it was justified, the shooting is a tragedy for everyone involved. 03;12;49 for anyone to lose any family member in any incident is horrible. it's hard on the police department, it's hard on the family the officer involved will return to full duty...as you can imagine this was upsetting news for the family of jay anderson. hear from them coming up in our next half hour.live in tosa. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. 3 we have each media conference in its entirity on our website... including the chief talking about threats to the officer in the case. the dash cam video is also on our
in dodge county.... the sheriff's office is investigating what they're calling a suspicous death in the city of fox lake. lake.right now, they aren't releasing any information except to say they're looking for a blue 20-16 dodge ram truck.it was last seen in fox lake over the weekend.if you have any information... call the dodge county sheriff's office. milwaukee county executive "chris abele".... is ?not? being shy about his thoughts on sheriff "david clarke" and concerns at the jail. jail.abele says.. there's a ?lack of accountability? as the investigation continues into four deaths at the infant ?born? to an inmate.at issue --- if the trips to new york for talks with the ?president' elect's team?... are a ?distraction? to county business.? "the amount of time the sheriff spends seeking attention because he's in conflict with someone is hardly a service to the public and it's hard to imagine that if he got the position the same guy who's essentially been spouting off on things for so many years would be any "
no direct response from the sheriff yet... but he has said recently... criticism is "sour grapes" because he supported donald trump. looking ahead now...a greenfield man who ?shot at? a 13-year-old boy... because he was upset with the boy's fourth of july celebration... will learn his fate in court to. today."jeffrey gleason" will be sentenced in milwaukee county court this morning.he's charged with ?recklessly endangering safety.?the boy's mother says... the shot that went ?near her son?... came from the balcony of gleason's apartment.police say... gleason ?lied to them at first?-- saying he set off a ?firework? in the teen's direction.but he later admitted--- he ?fired his gun out of anger.?he did say... he had ?no intention? of shooting the boy. 3 they're known as porch pirates. and in one week... in whitefish bay... thieves have stolen deliveries from ?seven? different homes. it's a problem happening all over milwaukee county. and now people are thinking twice about mailng packages to their own homes. terri griffin lives in bay view. she got a text message from the post office saying a package was delivered to her
she came home at 2:30... and the package was gone. the thief opened her gate and took it from her front porch. griffin bounced between the police department and post office looking for answers ... but was told she is simply out of luck. 5120 it was only about a $42 value but they were christmas presents. so now i have to decide am i not going to give that or reorer? reorer? local law enforcemnnt says... if you know you wont be home-- hold your package at a fedex.. ups.. or u-s-p-s location.. or you can set the delivery time online. ?under arrest?... for ?not? paying a nearly 500-dollar cab fare from the packers game. game.the sheriff's office says... a cab driver took the man from green bay to a richfield truck stop.when the guy got to his destination... he apparently said... he was going to get money from the a-t-m... but snuck out the back door of the gas station instead.deputies found him about an hour later at a bar. they say... he admitted to ?getting drunk? at the game... and took the cab after he lost his phone and his friends.
more about a new system that would replace broken or leaking lead pipes. pipes.the city's proposed policy would require property owners to replace the lead service lines whenever there's a break or when the lines need maintenance work.the city would offer financing and pay for a bulk of the replacement costs.the meeting starts at 10 saturday morning at north division high school. lawmakers are debating the best way to pay for the state's roads. roads.assembly speaker robin vos and other republican leaders have said tax increases ?should? be considered to fill a nearly one-billion dollar shortfall but governor scott walker says republicans promised to ?lower? taxes... saying lawmakers can't turn their backs on the people who placed trust in them. an assembly committee will hold a public hearing today to discuss the budget. 3 let's get you an update on the presidential recount in wisconsin. six counties have now ?completed? their ballot recount... and the margin between donald trump and hillary clinton has ?not? changed.. the wisconsin elections commission also says... ?no significant issues? have been reported after ?four? full days of recounting. it says...
error.? the first-ever presidential vote recount in michigan...is now underway. poll workers and volunteers will have to get through about four-point-eight million ballots state-wide. the recount began yesterday in two counties......in ingham county, more than 130-thousand ballots will need to be reviewed. barb byrum, ingham co. clerk: "no, this is huge. we have in ingham co., 30 two-member teams, a democrat and a republican to conduct the recount. i have team leaders here, people from my staff. i have local clerks that have found it in their well." six more michigan counties begin their recounts this morning... with more to follow in the days ahead. president-elect trump is still hoping to stop it.his lawyers will be in front of michigan's state appeals court this afternoon. 3 meanwhile..green party presidential nominee jill stein is now asking a federal court to force a recount in pennsylvania.she moved to the feds after a state judge said a recount would cost one-million dollars.stein claims the state is using its bureaucracy to obstruct voting
the recount in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania all need to be done by december 12 at 8 p-m... so the results can be certified by the 13th. stay with csb 58 as we continue to track the recount here in wisconsin. 3 some parents who need extra help during the holidays.... are getting a hand from the community.the annual salvation army "toy shop program" is unde. underway.cbs 58's julie parise is live at steinhafels with the details.this is a great program, julie. this toy drive is something we love to take part in every year -- along with steinhafels. donationed toys are in the process of getting sorted so they are ready for families to pick up. families who have been referred to the toy shop by a local agency will be able to "shop" at the salavation army to pick out toys for their children. hundreds of volunteers come together to make this happen. you can help by dropping off a toy for a boy or from the age of 5-18.
tots bin.the toy shop helps ten thousand kids get toys for the holidays. later in the show will talk with the marketing director here at steinhafels about what makes this program so special for them -- and how you can help.live in milwaukee jp cbs 58. another christmas tree is now glowing in downtown milwaukee. "3...2...1..."-throw switch, tree lights on- on- 3 3it standing tall in the milwaukee county courthouse rotunda. county executive chris abele and supervisor steven taylor had the honors of flipping the switch... and many who turned out.. made a donation for the
shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly winds10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s.
3 in national news--- prosecutors in california say... ?murder? charges are possible... following the deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. california.fire crews have recovered at least 36 victims from the burnt-out structure so far. they now say... they don't believe they'll find ?any more.? hundreds of peole were inside the building for a concert when it ?caught fire? late friday night.there were only twofunctioning exits... so dozens of people got trapped. remain, number one, to recover these victims and to run a 24-7 recovery effort until every victim has been found." found." has been found." found." fire investigators are still trying to determine ?how? the fire started. a massachusetts teen is being held without bail...charged with murdering a classmate. classmate.16-year-old lee paulino, was found decapitated near a river in lawrence. yesterday...15 year old mathew borges went in front of a
for first degree murder. the police report states borges was the last to see the victim november 18th. he told police the pair went to smoke marijuana by the river.but a witness told investigators borges admitted to killing his high school classmate. investigators are still trying to figure out what led to the violent attack. 3 a georgia father will serve life in prison without parole in the murder of his 22- month-old son.ross harris was convicted last month on eight counts -- including malice murder and cruelty to hi cooper, inside his car for nearly seven hours outside his cobb county office building in june 2014.the toddler died of hyperthermia.investigators concluded that harris intentionally killed his son to escape the responsibilities of family life. the owner of the florida nightclub where 49 people were shot and killed... is no longer selling the property. property.barbara poma had worked out a deal to sell the club to the city of orlando for two-point-two million dollars.it was going to be
is going to "create a space for everyone" and "a sanctuary of hope" for all those affected by the tragedy.poma opened the club in 20-04 in remembrance of her brother who died of aids. the property has been closed since june... when gunman "omar mateen" committed the nation's deadliest mass shooting. barbara poma/ "pulse" nightclub owner:"this decision truly came just from my heart and my passion for pulse and everything it has meant to me and my family for the last 12 years from since it's inception. so i think the struggle was... you know, letting it go and it was just something i juco with." poma has called the club a "sacred place."she says she now welcomes any involvement from individuals.. communities or organizations who want to help her develop the area. 3 bill cosby's deposition from 11-years ago... ?will? be allowed as evidence in his upcoming sex assat trial.the comedian is facing three counts of ?aggravated indecent assault? in pennsylvania... for allegedly attacking andrea . constand.the judge has agreed to allow his deposition from constand's civil case back in
cosby said... he gave sedatives to women he wanted to have sex with-- but also said the sex was consensual. constand claims cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at his home 12-years ago.the comedian has pleaded ?not? guilty. your entertainment news is next... 3 including...trying to keep up with the kardashians.why buzz aldrin is
stand back, ya hear! breakout the syrup because denny's new fluffier, tastier, better rudolph pancakes are here for the holidays. in entertainment news--- actors "brad pitt" and "angelina jolie"... have ?reached a custody agreement? regarding their six kids. according to papers filed in los angeles superior court--- jolie will retain ?physical? custody... and pitt has visitation rights. rights.as part of the agreement--- pitt has to go to ?therapy?... and submit to
the entire family will also attend counseling sessions. last month, the l-a county department of child and family services... cleared pitt of any child abuse charges. jimmy kimmel will host the 20-17 academy awards. awards.the late-night host has emceed several award shows in the past but this will be his first time hosting the oscars. the 89th academy awards will air on february 26. 3 "beliebers" just received an early christmas gift. justin bieber is going back on tour. the singer has announced h first-ever stadium tour in the u-s will take place next year. year.bieber's move to play stadiums instead of arenas means far more available tickets.it will also most likely mean a more elaborate production. bieber will perform at the rose bowl... other details about the new tour have not been announc ye 3 legendary astronaut buzz aldrin might be in the hospital, but that's not stopping him from keeping up
in a new zealand hospital after being evacuated from the south pole due to illness.over the weekend he tweeted: "catching up on the world while i'm stuck in quarantine. apparently @kimkardashian is out in public again."we'll take aldrin's tweet as a sign that he's getting tter.the 86-year's old... was the second man to walk on the moon. ( 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???))
cloudy. patchy fog in the morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. 3 3 roads are wet and slick this
roads as well as bridges and overpasses.i-94 eb will be closed at moorland rd. for sign structure installation. i-94 wb will close overnight at 84th st for roadwork.at the zoo interchange the s-w system ra will close overnight for roadwork. he served our countnd wanted to again, but health issues forced a return to civilian life. so when the texas veteran ?went looking for a job?--- he found it dficult with his "special requirement." requirement." after multiple knee surgeries-- including a reconstructive surgery-- clay luthy couldn't re-enlist.so it worked out great when he found a job that would let him work with his closest companion charolette..charolette has
now she gets to go to work with clay every day. 3 3clay luthy, veteran: "instead of medications i have charolette."jay fellers, lowes human resource manager: "we were interviewing people for the applicants, and so he showed up for the interview, and he had charolette with him." him." the customers love charolette and clay.he even made his companion her very own work vest. 3 3 anchor reactio.. coming up at 5:30...a tradition for families in our area...we'll tell you where the holiy train is headed
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3 and a new chick-fil-a opening in our area ... means a free breakfast for you.what a bunch of local chick-fil-a restaurants are giving away for free this morning. 3 good morning.. it's tuesday december 6th. st. nick is about to surprise hundreds of local school kids ... by gifting them... something
we'll tell you about the big surprise coming up. 3 3 and speaking of winter ... it's pretty chilly out there this morning .. parts of our state are waking up to some fog this morning.andy and michael are tracking your temperatures and road conditions ...at this hour. 3 ((30 seconds tz)) tz))forecast...today...mostly cloudy. patchy fog in the morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday night...mostly cloulo friday...partly sunny. highs
3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads are still wet this morning...watch for slick sp closures plus an update on your tuesday commuite is coming up next in ready traffic. our top story this morning... prosecutors in california say ?murder charges? are possible...after a deadly warehouse fire in california. fire crews have recovered at least ?36? victims from the
many of them. it's still unclear how the fire erupted... during a dance party friday night in oakland. a mistrial for the south carolina police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man last summer. summer.the jury deliberated for four days.. discussing a possible verdict for former north charleston officer michael slager.but the judge decided that no unanimous decision could be made.slager is charged with shooting walter scott in the back after pulling him over for a traffic violation.scott's family says the fight for justice is just "absolutely justice has not been served yet, but we have more chances. we're coming back" back."(reporter)"do you think another jury can convict michael slager?" slager?""of course. he dodged it by a hair and he's not dodging it again." again." south carolina governor nikki haley says she expects a retrial to come quickly.slager still faces a federal trial, which is expected to start next year. 3 reaction is coming in... after the news... the milwaukee county district attorney will ?not? file criminal charges against the wauwatosa police
jay anderson.thenews is upsetting for anderson's ?family.?you heard from them during our last half hour. now cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from twauwatosa police department with a closer look at their ?side? of the story. the anderson family says they were upset after learning the officer will not face any charges.but they promise they will keep fighting. a federal investigation into the case has been granted by the department of justice. the better video than what was released by the wa believe this video police shows what really happened. and they want that other video released as well. 08:55:40 jay anderson sr he was not going for no gun. 08:50: 55 linda anderson he was inebriated, he was sleep and he was going down. not lunging.8:51:07he didn't harm nobody and its just so unfair that i have two kids by
anderson's family had the support of tosa together citizens group. they asked the community to be peaceful.. but say they want people who disagree with this officer not being charged..to call the da's office and wauwatosa police to complain. 3 we have each press conference in its entirity on our website--- including the police chief talking about threats to the officer in the case.. the dash cam video is also on our website at cbs 58 dot com. a car crashes into a house in west allis overnight. it happened near 60th and orchard around 10 p.m.west allis police say a car hit the front porch of the house.they say alcohol ?does? appear to be a factor in the crash.we spoke with a woman living in the house... who says she was sleeping when this happened. 3:34:21:03 - 3:34:28:00 i thought my granddaughter fell out of bed at first ...and i was just going to go back to sleep and she called and said somebody hit the house."
the house was damaged.police say they have no information on injuries yet. u-f-c fighter anthony pettis isn't letting recent crimes at his house stop him from preparing for one of his biggest fights. fights.in october someone set fire to two of his cars in his driveway.. the flames spread to a third.then last week, he posted a video on his facebook page showing two people breaking into another car.but he hasn't let them interfere with his goal of winning 'u-f-c 206'. 3 staying focused on the task at hand plus dealing with everything back at home. i fires are a thing you gotta deal withinsurance, and changing things, and fixing things up. but luckily for me i didn't have to move out of my house. i stayed in my house the whole time, business as usual. 3 3 pettis says milwaukee is his home and has no intentions of leaving it. his upcoming fight is this saturday, december 10. 3 new this morning ...a community toy drive is helping milwaukee families have a happier holiday season. season.it's something cbs 58 is proud to get involved with! the salvation army toy shop
julie parise is live at steinhafels this morning.she has a look at what's happening -- and how you can help. christmas can be a tough time for a lot of families who are struggling to make ends meet. the toy shop is an annual program that tries to ease that burden for those parents. families who have been referred to the toy shop by a local agen will be able to "shop" at the salavation army to pick out toys for their children. hundreds of volunteers come together to ma by dropping off a toy for a boy or from the age of 5-18. the toy shop helps ten thousand kids have a happier christmas. later in the show will talk with the marketing director here at steinhafels about what makes this program so special for them -- and how you can help.live in milwaukee jp cbs 58. 3 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??))
forecast...today...mostly cloudy. patchy fog in the morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs the mid 20s westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday ight...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows arnd 18. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s.
some special kids in waukesha got a cha shopping spree -- not for themselves, but for their famil. family.4:24:24-34what did he help you pick out?this, and a pencil and a coloring book and a hat and a cookbook.what did we get for your dad?a packer hat hat meijer in waukesha hosted "shop with a hero".kids were paried with police officers, e-m-t's and firefighters... and went around meijer to pick out christmas presents for themselves and their familiy. the kids were excited to shop with their heroes... but police say it's all about
4:14:37-45none of us back here really think that we're heroes... really this is about the community, partnership, this is gettg together and doing something that's right for the holiday season season 3 30 kids were able to take part in 'shop with a hero'. 3 3 free breakfast!!ok, do i have your attention? looking ahead this morning... west allis will be home to a new chick-fil-a restaurant on thrusday. and to celebrate... chick-fil-a restaurants across the state are giving away free breakfast today. chick-fil-a's six stand-alone restaurants in wisconsin will give a free three-count "chick-fil-a" chick-n-mini to each customer. those are chicken nuggets inside a mini yeast roll. this is a live look at the greendale location... the giveaway starts at 6:30 this morning. ----then tomorrow- people will start lining up for a big promotion ?thursday morning.?the first 100 people in line at the new west allis restaurant... get free
saint nick will surprise some local students today with a great gift for winter! in honor of st. nicholas day ... meijer is donating nearly 4-hundred pairs of winter boots to kids at one school in our area. it's a surprise... so we're not going to tell you which school.we don't want to ruin it!but meijer has been working closely with school staff to make sure everything goes as planned. 3
the holiday train is making it's way through our area.it will stop in wauwatosa today at 4:45 at the harwood avenue crossing.there will be musical performances .. santa and much more.the event benefits the tosa cares food pantry ...and attendees are asked to bring od event.you can enter for a chance to win a ride on it. it.we have a link on our website at cbs 58 dot com for more information. 3 coming up...meet our pet of the week!she's looking for her forever home... before the holidays! meet cindy lou in just a couple of minutes.
in your health watch ... scientists have uncovered a potentially serious side effect to some very common medi. mediciations.they're called anti-cholinergic drugs.a study- just released- found they lower your metabolism and increase your risk for dementia.these drugs include several sleep aids, along with meds to fight allergic reactions and for chronic diseases including hypertension. 3 when it comes to dementia... women aren't getting the same medical attention as men do.
visits to the doctor ... receive less monitoring and were kept on medications longer. 3 a daily dose of nuts can have significant health benefits. researchers in london found just one ounce of nuts a day can cut the risk of death from diabetes by 40-percent.it can also cut heart disease by 30- percent and cancer by 15- percent.nuts are filled with nutrients like poly-unsaturated fats, magnesium, fiber, and protein - and can help cut cholesterol. smokey... rocket... freckles-- all pet names you might expect. then there's "cindy lou!"she's here today with linda teweles - - from the wisconsin humane
3 mysterious-looking blue clouds are appearing over antarctica. antarctica."noctilucentclouds are made up of ice crystals. that's what makes them glow a bright blue when they reflect sun light.they are also the earth's highest clouds... floating 50 miles about the ground.nasa scientists say they've seen these brilliant blue clouds before..but they're showing up a lot earlier than expected. but ?fog? around here.for that we turn to meteorologist michael schlesinger. hi, michael! ((???1:15 seconds?) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) forecast...today...mostly cloudy. patchy fog in the morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly
westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. west winds10 to 15 mph. thursday.cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 15 to 20 mph.thursday nig...mostly cloudy. lows around 18. fridayar
3 a spectacular light show is bringing out the crowd ...and bringing in much needed donations for veterans.a suburban chicago family has outdone themselves again this year with tens of thousands of dancing lights all set to christmas music ...and the display also honors prince.as people drive or the troops. last year, the family raised 25-thousand dollars for the wounded warrior project. 3 3 3 3 3 stay close...your top stories are coming up at the top of the hour. hour.the cbs 58 morning news at six is next!
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good morning.today is tuesday, say yes to more. call now. december 6-th. 6-th.thanks for joining us! we'll get to your top stories in just a minute. minute. but first..there could be some fog impacting your morning commute.lets check in with meteorologist michael schlesinger..and traffic anchor andy brovelli. 3 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))forecast... today...mostly cloudy. patchy fog in the morning. highs in theupper 30s. south winds up to 5 mph shifting to the west 5 to15 mph in the afternoon. tonight...colder. partly cloudy. lows in the lower 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph. wednesday...colder. mostly cloudy. highs in the mid 20s. westwinds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. wednesday night...mostly