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happening right now...the doors are open at the wisconsin state fair expo center. president-elect donald trump is scheduled to speak there later tonight. it's part of his "thank you tour". vice president-elect mike pence is scheduled to join him along with other top republicans from wisi his visit on the same day his controversial pick for sec. of state becomes official. look for continuing coverage throughout this newscast and on the cbs 58 news at five. 3 the other big story we're following this afternoon is the dropping temperatures...if you thought today was cold...get ready. ready. temperatures are expected to
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two days. meterolgist rebecca schuld joins us in the weather center to get your ready... 3
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3 to track the latest in the forecast and these dangerously cold temperatures make sure to download the cbs 58 mobile
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if the public appears to support an outside investigation of fatal officer involved deaths..why not apply the same law to deaths in jail. jail.it's the latest development in the ongoing debate over management at the milwaukee county jail after four deaths in six months. months.cbs 58's jocelyne pruna is here with the update...jocelyne. 3 3 bill and michelle.... this is a resolution. so it's not binding. but they see it as a way to apply pressure to sheriff david clarke. kristina fiebrink..... and the faces of those who have died in custody in the last six months--- another one included a baby. "there needs to be answers to the constituents, there needs to be answers to milwaukee county, but there definitely needs to be answers to the families of these individuals that the deaths happened to." answers the milwaukee county board supervisors believe will ?only? be done with an outside report. "the time has come for an independent investigation that is not housed within the county."state law requieres an
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deaths that include law enforcement officers--- for example officer involved shootings...however, this doesn't include a jail officer or guard--- which means the sheriff's office is allowed to investigate deaths that happen under its watch...and the board wants to prohibit this. "this isn't about right or left, this isn't about liberal or conservative. it's about just accountability for the decisions we make with public resources and the sheriff's department like any other one at the county is paid for by your money and you are right the resolution is approved, the board will still need sheriff david clarke's cooperation to start an outside investigation. "what i think we can do is come collectively together adn to say we need that outside investigation into milwaukee county. four deaths by any means is not something that happens just by mistake." 3 we reached out to the sheriff's office for comment and we haven't heard back. but according to the county board's spokesperson... he's invited to testify at a judicial committee this
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lawsuits regarding two of the jail deaths. live in the studio, jp, cbs 58 news. now to a story that has struck a chord with many of our viewers and facebook friends. police are presenting their case to the d-a this afternoon..in the fatal stabbing of a milwaukee man considered a symbol of hope in the homeless community. 44 year old anthony sanders was punched and stabbed in his home at 35th and villard last weekend.it was this time last year that we first began profiling his transition off the woman is in custody and charges could be close.a law enforcement source tells me sanders was attacked by someone very close to him who he had taken in. also new details about a crash in kenosha last night. night.a woman from illinois lost control on i-94 just after eleven. the driver, hit a cement wall and spun out into traffic. the crash caused her headlights to go out. and a van coming over the crest of a bridge did not see the vechile. the two vechicles collided...killing the illinois woman. and injuring
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more family and friends are speaking out in hopes of finding the shooter responsible in the death of 15 year old melanie johnson. police now say they ?do not? think the bullets fired into her home were random. cbs 58's lindsey branwall is live with more on this developing story...lindsey. we're right outside melanie johnson's home. her family is inviting anyone to come and say goodbye to melanie tonight. crowds are expected to the shooting happened last night, at 15-year-old melanie johnson's home where she lived with her mom and siblings. about 6:00 family heard four gunshots. melanie was struck. by the time firefighters got on scene, they couldn't help her. melanie's injuries were to severe. today the gunshots are visible.family says melanie and her family were at the kitchen table when gunshots rang through the side window of their home..no one else was hurt.the news is
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members. 3 "this is my little sister. i never expected to see my little sister on the news or have to put my little sister on a tshirt. this can happen to anyone anywhere. please put the guns down. please" please"her last words were, 'i'm trying' because my sister was like, 'stay with us,' she was like, 'i'm trying.' that's when she died. died. coming up on cbs 58 news at 5, melanie's to us. recounting something he'll never forget -- witnessing the horrifying moment she was shot. reporting live in milwaukee.... 3 the city moves to get rid of lead pipes that deliver water...so who's picking up the tab? 3 and a packers touchdown isn't just good news for fans...it means money for a local food pantry... 3 plus --- meterologist rebecca
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the milwaukee common council voted today to remove lead pipes that supply water to homes in the city...it was a split vote that drew controversy because of the cost to the homeowners whose very health is at stake.cbs 58's kyle aevermann reports from city hall. in a 12 to 3 vote, milwuakee's common council passedor mandates the replacement of lead service lines on private p. property.so what does this mean?if you have a lead service line and it breaks.. the city will pay the majority of the replacement.but homeowners would be required to pay one third of the repair or a maximum of 16-hundred dollars. and that could be spread out in payments over a 10 year period. period. the goal is to get rid of those old lead lines that were installed more than 50 years ago.there were a few amendments added the the ordinance this morning
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the city as a whole.and creating a communication file, so the council can get regular updates on how repairs are affecting the city.while that was enough for most of the council, councilman borcowski felt like the city needed more time to look at funding to reduce the cost for homeowners. homeowners.i honestly know that all of us would rather just say government will pick up the entire tab. i get that but i think that this is a fight worth fighting and a third is not good enough in my eyes and i think it's all or nothing. nothing.the black panthers were also in attendance this morning, they applauded alderman borcowski's remarks. the ordinance goes into effect at the beginning of the year. 3 going green pays off. milwaukee's mitchell international airport was recognized for reducing its carbon footprint. footprint."on behalf of focus and energy and we energies we want to present a check for
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milwaukee county executive chris abele was handed a rebate check this afternoon. the airport was paid back for installing thousands of new energy-efficient lamps in the parking garage. you too can earn tax credits on "green" products in your home. find out how on our website...cbs-58-dot-com. just look under the newslinks section. 3 the milwaukee symphony orchestra may soon have a new home...the warner grand theatere on west wisconsin avenue...cbs 58's julie parise tells us why. 3 mso president mark niehaus this historic building and have the milwaukee symphony orchestra start performing here by the fall of 2019. right now the m-s-o plays at the marcus center for performing arts on north water street.they have already raised about half the 120 million dollars needed to move to a permanent home at the grand theatre. one big reason the m-s-o hoped to move is to be able to control its own sche. schedule.were the easiest to move we dont need the
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size have a dedicated hall like we hope tk build here here this is a move thats been in the works for more than 15 years. the symphony president says if you want to help the best way to do that is to support arts and culture in the milwaukee area. reporting in milwaukee julie parise at cbs 58 news. 3 a familiar sound at brookfield central high school is reminding students this is the season of giving.... giving....((ring, ring ring!)) ring!)) members of the red kettle club will ring their bells all week long. they're collecting donations for the salvation army's red kettle campaign. students started the club in 20-14. and they've made a big difference in just two years. "all the money that we collect throughout the week and throughout the entire season will go back to programs of
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specifically in milwaukee we have the emergency lodge which is a homelss shelter run by the salvation army and we also have other programs like coats for kids and feed the kids and stuff like that." that." the giving doesn't stop when the holidays are over. the club will participate in the annual "pay it forward challenge" in spring. last year they raised 15-hundred dollars. folks gladly work for and on behalf of hunger task force because they "want" to help local families. but it sure is nice when you get some credit from a sports celebrity. celebrity. er jared cook in town today to personally say thank you with autographs and photos and to celebrate the touchdowns for charity program.each packer touchdown is matched by a thousand dollars from sargento cheese.that means 39 thousand dollars went to hunger task force and the chairman says they won't mind adding to that. lou gentine, sargento chairman: we think they do a great job in meeting the food needs of people in need in southeastern wisconsin. wisconsin. jared cook, green bay packers: it's pretty awesome to know that what we do on the field is kind of
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families and individuals." individuals."woman in crowd: what's your prediction about the game sunday against the bears? what's the score gonna be? (laughter)jared cook: if you didn't learn from last week's game (more laughter) i don't think you can put predictions on scores in this l" league." but families on tough times here in our community can rely on the teamwork of hunger task force, sargento and the packers to see this holiday season and into the new year. 3 meantime up at lambeau..packers q-b aarond rodger raising some 42 thousand dollars for the salvation army. fans were asked to donate a minimum of 100 dollars per autograph. rodgers then matched the donations. and since some had lined up for hours before...he also brought them some pizza. 3 your full readycast with
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so call the number on your screen now to see if you're eligible or to enroll... in a dual complete lp plan from unitedhealthcare. the slice of ice at red arrow park is open for business. the rink opened up will stay open throughout the winter months. it's free if you bring your own skates. and next wednesday the "holiday hoopla" is coming to slice of ice. it's a family celebration of the ice-skating season. 3 tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 5. west winds 5 to 15 mph. chills to -150.
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patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph and gusts to 30 during the afternoon tranlating to wind chills -5 to -150. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly sunny. highs 5-100. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 10 below to 25 below zero. friday...cloudy. snow developing and less chilly with highs returning to the 20s. highs around 20. chance of snow 70 percent.snow continues saturday with balmy highs near 30 before sunny,
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tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 5. west winds 5 to 15 mph. chills to -150. wednesday...bright but frigid. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 afternoon tranlating to wind chills -5 to -150. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs 5-100. west winds 10to 15 mph. wind chill readings 10 below to 25 below
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developing and less chilly with highs returning to the 20s. highs around 20. chance of snow 70 percent.snow continues saturday with balmy highs near 30 before sunny, cold weather returns for sunday. 3 first responders go above and beyond to bring a child into
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saying thank you...after the
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3 3 now to a cbs 58 news exclusive...a waukesha county family honored firefighters and dispatchers who helped deliver their newborn son. cbs 58's kristin barberisi has the story. 3 they say it takes a village to raise a child childthey just did child
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an amazing job so we wanted to thank them from the bottom of our hearts 3 the third saturday in december is "wreaths across america day." volunteers all over the country lay wreaths in honor of the men and women who served our country. the program began at arlington national cemeter y ago...but this year, it was a challenge to raise enough money to mark all the graves. cbs'craig boswell has the story. janice chance visits arlington cemetery several times a year - carrying a picture of marine corp captain jesse melton the thirdher son. son."i want them to remember that jesse was a man that loved god, his family and his country. he was willing to
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in afghanistan.nats chance will return to the cemetery this saturday, when wreaths are placed on every grave. thousands of volunteers placed more than 240 thousand wreaths at arlington last year. eighteen wheelers filled with wreaths from the worcester wreath company in maine are heading to the cemetery now. the company has been supplying wreaths for 25 years now, but this year - it was a struggle to raise enough money to cover all the markers. it brings tears to my eyes. (i) made a ed we want to make sure we cover all of arlington. and i'm happy to say that it looks like we've done it this year again. kelsey laster has been helping to lay wreaths at arlington since 2012. 2012."i enjoy doing it and it is a humbling experience to be able to help the community." chance says the program sends a valuable message."i think its's important we teach our children that freedom is not free. there is a cost to freedom. somebody has to pay a price." when the volunteers
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gold star mom will honor one of the soldiers buried here.i go and i lay that wreath and i say job well done.craig boswell cbs news arlington, virginia 3 coming up...a live report from state fair park where the president-elect is scheduled to speak later tonight... 3 and are you ready for the cold? some tips to help your car hold up and keep your house warm.. we've got much more news and weather
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3 our top story this afternoon...president-elect dold trump is coming to our area as part of his thank you tour tonight. the rally set to begin at seven tonight at statefair park although folks were expected to show up much sooner. cbs 58's david adehas covere every trump campaign stop i wisconsin during the election e...and heinside the v president-elect donald trump is ill behere to thank his supporters tonight.last month... trump became the first republican presidential candidate to win wisconsin rona rsince in 1984.and yesterday... e wiscn election commission confmed trump did win the state after wrapping up a recount.i've been told there's a full lineup oprominent wisconsin republicans... including governor scott walker... and house speaker paul ryan....ahead of trump tonight.
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expect to start at seven... and i'll have a recap on the cbs 58 news at nine an10 live at state fair park in west allis... david ade... cbs 58 news. trump continues to finaze key postitions in his cabinet...including secretary of state. he chose exxon-mobile ceo rex tillerson to fill the position. cbs' kenneth craig has more. president-elect donald trump annouced his nominee for secretary of state a tweet - lling rex tillerson one of the world's great business we just couldn't be more grateful that someone of rex and acmplishments has been ip willing to step forward and lead our nation.the 64 year old runs exxon mobil and has negotiated deals with gornments around the world including russiavladimir putin awarded him russian order of friendship in 2013 the president-elect's pick has the support of condoleeza rice and james baker, two former republican secretaries of
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defense secretary robert gates. but reblican senators john mccain and marco rubio have both expressed oncern over tillerson's close ties to russia, setting up a possible confirmation fightmister trump has also settledrick perry for energy sectary.. even though the former texas governor once vowed to eliminate the agency.he's a good manthe president-elect didn'taddress his cabinet picks during a photo op with kayne west tuesdamorning. microsoft founder bill gates also tower.we had a good conversation about innovation, how it can help in health, educationand football hall of famer jim brown and former baltimore ravens linebacker ray lewis took part in a meeting about job creation in urban communities. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. 3 the white house is stepping into the dispute between donald trump and china over the "one china" policy. that
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inseparae part of china. china says accepting that policy is a requirement to have any diplomatic relationship with beijing. but the president-elect recently took a call from taiw...seen as a slight to china. "i don't know why we have to be bound by a one-china policy unless we make a deal with chin" china." making things more complicated...trump's pick for ambassador to china a long president. which could make defending a policy change on taiwan... evenore difficult. cbs 58 news will carry the president-elect's west allis speech live tonight on our sister station w-m-l-w "the m". that's over the air channel 49-point-one. or channel seven on time warner and at&t. charter users can find the speech on channel 8. and direc-tv and dish channel 49. 3 3
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tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 5. west winds 5 to 15 mph. chills to -150. wednesday...bright but frigid. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph and gusts to 30 during the afternoon tranlating to wind chills -5 to -150. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs 5-100. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 10 below to 25 below zero. friday...cloudy. snow developing and less chilly with highs returning to the 20s. highs around 20. chance
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continues saturday with balmy highs near 30 before sunny, cold weather returns for sunday. with the coldest temperatures
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in...there are some important reminders about home care in the cold. cold.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live in waukesha with that part of the story...jacob. this weekend it was ice scrapers...shovels...and snow blowers. but now we've talking so at tomchek ace hardware they're seeing a lot of interest in space hears. that's just one of those devices that comes with a lot of warnings - don't leave them on-and-unattended....don't drape blankets over them; some big problems - like fires - later on.also, another thing to think about: how are your pipes doing? will they stand up to the cold temper atures without freezing or bursting. insulation and pipe heaters are also sometng people are looking at now. 3 "people start getting nervous about broken water pipes and quick insulation and heat tape and that type of thing to keep their ter running." running." coming up on the news at five...we'll take a look at
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to damage caused by cold weather...and possible solutions to avoid that. live in waukesha jk cbs 58 news. 3 to track the latest in the forecast and these dangerously cold temperatures make sure to download the cbs 58 mobile weather app. it's free for android and iphone users. 3 coming up...chilling new evidence in the chalreston church shooting case as the trial for dylann roof continues. 3 and a data breach puts people's personal medical information at risk...the details ahead. 3 plus some encourging news in your health watch...teens are drinking and smoking less...those stories and more
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? tomorrow's the day we'll playomething besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there' entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace
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don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift of tomorrow possible. prosecutors say they have about a dozen witnesses left in their case against dylann roof. the man accused of killing nine people in a church in the hopes of
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strassmann has the latest from charleston, south carolina. in federal court on monday, law enforcement officials presented evidence collected from dylann roof's car including a handwritten list ofis oth potential targets: at least five charleston-area churches and their addresses. revend james keeton is senior pastor at one of those churches. churches."i imagine that there was a bible study going in this very building the night that that happened."in a two-hour fbi agents, roof explained why he chose chleston's historic emmanuel ame church.fbi agent: "so is that why you chose that church? because you were looking for african americans?" roof: "right, right. i wasn't going to go to another church, you know, because there cod have been white people there." fbi agent: "had you thought about going, 'hey, iget some more bullets and go shoot some more people with it?" roof: "oh, no. i wasworn out. there's no way."fbi agent:
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roof: "a glock 45."roof legedly bought that weapon at "shooter's choice" in west columbia, south carolina. the store's manager testified in court on monday that roof cleared the required three-day federal backnd che to receive the handgun. he says roof purchased it and five magazines on april 16, 2015 - nearly two months before the shooting. it wasn't until 12 days after the shooting that "shooter's choice" was notified by the federal roof because of a previous drug arrest. prosecutors expect to wrap up their case against roof later this week. mark strassmann, cbs news, charleston, south carolina. a new study shows american teens are smoking and drinking less...?and? doing fewer drugs. drugs. researchers found alcohol use among teens is at its lowest level ?ever?. about a-third of 12th graders said they have been drunk at least once. that's down more than 50- precent since 2001. also less than two-percent of high
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from eleven-percent in 1991. 3 a common item in the kitchen is being recalled. "cuisinart" is recalling eighmillion food processo- after reports of people finding broken blades in their food. there have 30 reports of people cutting their mouths or breaking teeth on the blades. this is a major recall involving 22 food prcessor models. 3 a new study suggests ?one in six? adults in the u-s is taking some form of psychiatric drugresearchers about 25-percent of adults older than sixty are taking anti-depressants, sedives, or anti-psychotics. in today's money watch report --- there's been a data breach at one of the nation's biggest medical lab operators. operators.quest diagnostics says the breach exposed information of about 34-thousand customers. that not only includes names and financial information...but test results as well. affected quest clients have been notified by mail. 3
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it's finished...it's expected the fed will raise short term interest rates for just the second time in ten years.the fed has held interest rates at record lows since the recession...hoping to drive economic growth. 3 the stock market continues it's post-election rally. closing at another record high...the dow gained nearly 115 points. the nasdaq is up 51 and the s and p gained nearly 15. american express is the latest company to announce it's expanding its maternity and will can now get up to 20 weeks of full pay. plus up 35- thousand dollars for infertility treatments, surrogacy and adoptions. 3 google is bringing faster internet speeds to cuba. the county signed a deal with google...them install servers on the island. right now, signals have to travel through venezuela! cuba has some of the world's most limited and expensive internet access. 3 and here's some sweet
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three year lows.there has been more rain in drought-stricken west africa -- where two thirds of the world's cocoa is grown... and that's led to plenty of supply. what's even more timely...today's is national cocoa day! 3 if you haven'tdated your resume in a while...there's some things you should know. job seekers aren't just looking for clear and concise anymore...they're also looking for creativity. cbs' julie watts on how to modernize your resume.. loi almerois looking for a job in journalism wants her "i'm trying to send this message that hey, you're creative - i'm creative - maybe you should hire me." so she streamlined her cv .... and made it pop.... adding color... info-graphics and logos "i'm trying to present my resume in a way that i would understand it myself." the budding video producer is ... among a new generation job- seekers... giving the old resume..... a new twist. from video cover letters... to "timelines," that tell your life story ... to what amount to works of art --job seekers - especially those in creative
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skills.... as well as listing them...: "people are trying different things to say, hey, look at me -- i'm interesting." but career coach susan chritton warns.... it's important to tailor your message to the potential employer you're targeting... "you have to speak to the peopleou hope to hear you, and you have to speak in a way they want to listen to."the author of "personal branding for dummies" -- says it also helps to "brand" yourself... with a headline or statement that captures who you are and what you can do...but -- experts warn... once you ge tiher attention... "words" on the page matter mastering....and one, she hopes will help her land..... the job of her dreams.julie watts, for cbs news, san francisco. 3 i-phone users now you have hundreds of new emoji's available to use. they're part of a software update that was launched yesterday. the new emoji's include different types of facial expressions and emotions. such as a face palm, shrug and fingers crossed. there's also a barf emoji and a pinocchio face. apple also added new
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3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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let's get another live look at the slice of ice rink at red arrow park. it opened for the season this afternoon at your own skates. that's a nice picture...but it ?is? cold out there. 3
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tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 5. west winds 5 to 15 mph. chills to -150. wednesday...bright but frigid. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph and gusts to 30 during the afternoon tranlating to wind chills -5 to -150. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs 5-100. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 10 below to 25 bew zero. friday...cloudy. snow developing and less chilly with highs returning to the 20s. highs around chance
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continues saturday with balmy highs near 30 before sunny, cold weather returns for sunday. tonight...partly cloudy around 5. west winds 5 to 15 mph. chills to -150. wednesday... around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph and gusts to 30 during the afternoon tranlating to wind chills -5 to -150. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 w zero.
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10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 10 below to 25 below zero. friday...cloudy. snow developing and less chilly with highs returning to the 20s. highs around 20. chance of snow 70 percent.snow continues saturday with balmy highs near 30 before sunny, cold weather returns
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3 a holiday lights display is getting dimmer...and the city says a critter is behind it...that story after the
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a holiday lights display in boston is looking a little bare. and the city's explaination...squirrels. people started noticing strings of lights had gone out on the boston common tree. the city's contractor who installs the lights discovered that the squirrels love copper...and have been eating through the lights all season. "apparently these industrious but misguided sqels are getting into some mischief."// "i love squirrels i saw feed them bring them all let them run up the tree, they're gods c" creatures." fix the the mayor says they plan to fix the lights...at no cost to the taxpayers. in the meantime a solution called "critter ridder" has been sprayed on the lights to try and deter the squirrels from snacking. 3 happening right now...a crowd of supporters has gathered at the wisconsin expo center at state fair park. president-elect donald trump is scheduled to speak there tonight at seven. he'll be joined by the vice president- elect, mike pence ong amher
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we'll be carrying that speech live on our sister station w-m-l-w the "mll ". we'also have live team coverage from the event coming up on the cbs 58 news at five. 3 thanks for watching the news four...the cbs 58 news at
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melanie's older sister"hoping and praying that we get a peace of mind. hoping and praying we get justice for my little sister."10 seconds secondsher sister was struck down by gunfire from outside her milwaukee home. tonight family and friends gather to seek comfort. we'll take you there live. 3 we are also live in west allis, where in two hours, the next president of the united states, donald trump is scheduled make an appearance at state fair park. team coverage is just ahead. 3 but we begin tonight with the preparations for bitter cold weather in and around milwaukee. milwaukee.arctic air has moved into southeastern wisconsin and it's only getting colder and more dangerous. 3 we're talking about life threatening conditions for those who have no shelter.
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teaming up with an organization caled continuum of care to find more places where homeless people can get out of the cold. "we are really looking at the community and asking the community for any ideas or support. if they have any locations they're interested in opening up for warming rooms. we are in the process of gathering some resources now to workwith some of our community partners to get them open soon as possible." possible." county executive chris abele says they expect to havre tomorrow. you can get more information about what's available by calling the social service hotline number 2-1-1. 3 chief meteorologist drew burgoyne is in the ready weather center to tell us how cold it'll get tonight...drew? toss to drew drew tonight: more cold. few clouds with a sw wind between 10 to 15 mph. subzero wind chill readings too. lows near
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with winds chills between -5 to -15. wind: w 10-20 mph.rest of the week: it stays very cold through thursday with highs around 80 and lows around -20 but feeling colder with the wind chill. wind chills could be -25 below thursday morning. chance for snow is increasing for friday afternoon saturday with significant

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