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it. i want to thank all of my guests today.3 a wind chill advisory set to go into effect tonight ...and last into tomorrow morning. that's because temperatures are expected to dip well below freezing...making for dangerous conditions. but that's not the only weather event coming our way. way.a winter storm watch has also been issued for some of our counties. meterologist rebecca schuld is here to get you ready. 3 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 around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold.
the city of milwaukee is preparing to keep people safe during this cold snap. snap.mayor tom barrett says several agencies are hard at work preparing for the dropping temperatures. temperatures."i've also asked chief flynn and the milwaukee homeless outreach team to continue their important work. the homeless outreach team is very active during weather events. they've established relationships with homeless individuals and know typical locations where they know people can help direct them to warming centers and other servi" services." 3
centers available throughout our area. 3 and to find one...people can call 2-1-1...that's the 24 hour hotline that gives out information on cold weather events and warming shelters. shelters.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad is live from inside the impact "2-1-1" call center.. center...where their response is continually changing...jacob. > ...and for a weather situation like this: where it's getting colder day- after-day...> new warming shelters ?are also opening? as temperatures drop.> workers here will take around 600 calls today...that's the estimate...> now - 211...which is run by impact...doesn't only deal with weather related issues...it's really to help anyone struggling with family issues, food, homelessness...and that puts them in a unique position, having access all that information information likely to help when someone is cold - it's a priority now, in fact.
is to provide referals to many of those services...including shelters. 3 "the shelters are almost always full. there isn't a time when the shelters are calling and saying 'oh my gosh, we've got all of these beds available.' when we have an opening we get someone placed in there." there." coming up on the news at 5...> we'rgoing to talk to one of the people answering the phones here...> and take a look at what her workday is like as it gets colder outside. > live in west allis... a sad end to a search for a missing lakeland university student. the body of 18-year- old "kaelin o'neal" was pulled from a pond near the university. university.the sheboygan county sheriff's office says the body was recovered by dive a team this afternoon. they say at this time...this looks like an accident. it's not clear how o'neal ended up in the water. he was last seen by his roommate sunday morning. officals would like to remind
still not thick enough to walk on. most experts advise at leasst four inches for foot travel..much more is needed for any kind of vehicle or snow mobile. the cold raises a lot of concerns and makes work harder for first responders. cbs 58's julie parise spo with firefighters about the challenges they face in the bitter cold. there are several challenges firefighters face is in the cold weather. two of the big ones? trying to stay dry, and dealing with slow or broken equipment that doesn't function as well when the natsaround 8:30 this morning, firefighters were out working hard in this cold - fighting a small fire at the 36th and pierce. no one was hurt in that fire, but the challenges for the firefighters were still there. icy sidewalks make it slippery when laying down hoses or rushing into a home. spraying water can be challenging - firefighters have to try their best to avoid getting wet when the temperatures dip this low.
tells me in the winter time, he dispatches more resources to every single call he gets so there are more hands on deck, and backup equipment ready to go. "if were responding to a struncture fire we send an additional engine..if we're going to an ems run, we'll dispatch a private ambulancethe reason for that is so that we can get any patients we may have into a warmer env we can do at home to help firefighters - like digging out fire hydrants after a big snow and making sure your sidewalks are clear in case of an emergencylive from the milwaukee fire hq im jp cbs 58 news 3 to track the latest in the forecast and stay on top of advisories and warning download the cbs 58 ready weather app. it's free for android and iphones. new details about the pfister hotel fire..since we first reported it at noon.
to normal at this hour.it was shortly before noon, a small fire broke out.. on the roof. crews were doing duct work at the time.nobody was hurt.folks were cleared out of the hotel as a precaution.but it didn't take long for everyone to be allowed back inside. new at four --- more wisconsin lawmakers are calling for sheriff david clarke's job. senator chris larson, representative jonathan brostoff, and representative christine sinicki released a statement urging the removal of the sherff. sherff.here's part of their joined statement."with four unnecessary loss of their loved ones in the past six months, it has become clear that our county's sheriff department has been grossly mis" mismanaged." three inmates and a baby have died in the jail since april. one of the deaths has been ruled a homicide by the medical examiner's office. office.here is the sheriff's response to the call for his job...means nothing coming from christine sinicki, a person who bounces checks and drives on a suspended driver's
thief larson who was arrested for shoplifting. as for brostoff, who the hell is that? hashtag...make america great again. massage parlors busted for offering up some prostitution on the side...uncovered after a lengthy investigation.. in three businesses and one home under investigation. police it was a tip that got the probe going. four women are under arrest.. and investigators spoke with our evan kruegel not to long ago. that's coming up later in the show. a city of racine garbage truck was involved in an accident this morning. morning.it happened near washington and oregon. no word exactly what led up to the crash. but one person had to be taken by flight for life to the hospital. 3 a driver is facing an o-w-i charge after his pickuptruck went over an embankment and
kenosha overnight. police say it happened around 11:30 at the bike trail bridge over pike creek.they say the driver was drunk when he drove off the road and into the creek below. the driver was able to get out of the water unharmed. 3 coming up --- as expected...the fed has increased interest rates. how its affecting the hot streak on wl street. 3 and following his visit to wisconsin...president-elect trump is meeting with leaders in the tech industry today. 3 plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return with your
governor scott walker announcing more than a half million dollars to support mintority owned businesses. businesses. through the wisconsin economic development corporation.585 thousand dollars to be split among five businesses.. that will also support training, networking and mentoring programs. "we've seen more people employeed in the state than we've ever had before in our states history and the lowest unemployment rate we've had in a decade and a half, we want to make sure we grow those opportunities in every part of the state." 3 the announcement came during the 35th annual statewide marketplace conference at the
owned businesses. in today's money watch --- the federal reserve raised interest rates today...as expec. expected.analysts had widely expected the hike of a quarter of a percentage. unemployement rates are low and workers wages are growing. the federal reserve said today there could be more gradual hikes in the future. 3 news of the interest rate hike sent stocks down for the first time in days. the dow dropped about 118, the nasdaq down 27 and the s and p fell about 18. supporters at state fair park last night. his thank you tour came to wisconsin just days after the recount was completed. completed."after millions and millions of dollars were wasted and countless hours were spent, the recount vote has come back. (cheers)//all that money, all that time, all
131 votes more than we had befo. before. president elect trump was joined by governor scott walker and sheriff david clarke, among other top wisconsin republicans. he reinforced promises made on the campaign trail. and promised supporters his cabinet picks are qualified. including his choice for secretary of state. the president-elect defended the choice of an oil executive while meeeting with tech industry giants today.cbs' kenneth craig reports from new york. everyone."president-elect donald trump had a little christmas cheer as he touted his pick to be secretary of state.mr. trump says rex tillerson's rapport with world leaders such as russian president vladimir putin is an . asset."rex is friendly with many of the leaders in the world that we don't get along with - and some people don't like that."tillerson's close relationship with putin, will certainly be a focus during his senate confirmation hearing. hearings."this is a bipartisan concern that reflects the fact
people have correctly viewed russia as an adversary, not a close ally."it would take just one republican member on the senate foreign relations committee to vote with the democrats to block tillerson's . nomination.president-elect trump will shift his focus to tech jobs when he hosts a summit this afternoon featuring the leaders of some of america's biggest tech companies."this is a truly amazing group of people. i won't tell you the hundreds of calls we've had asking to come to this meeting." tesla's elon musk, safra catz of oracle and apple ceo tim cook.kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. the end is in sight but fighting continues in aleppo. civilians are still trapped in small neighborhoods after a ceasefire broke down. cbs' holly williams reports from across the border in turkey. natsit's hard to believe this
home to two million people - a center of ancient civilization...now bludgeoned by a barbaric war...its people hounded by bombs.after four years of fighting in the city, the syrian regime has won back aleppo from the country's rebels, except for one tiny pocket..but it's done it with total disregard for civilian life.the syrian government has own people.and syria won this victory with the backing...of russia and iran - who america's ambassador to the un addressed. are you truly incapable of shame? is there literally nothing that can shame you? is there no act of barbarism against civilians, no execution of a child that gets
and as regime forces tighten the noose...some of those apparently still living in rebel-held areas have been posting desperate videos on the internet internetthe un says there are around 50,000 civilians holed up in the handful of neighborhoods still held by the rebels. hw cbs news instanbul. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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 cold. sunny. highs 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 for
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
3 for several years now a local girl has celebrated her birthday by throwing a party for others. now erin is turning 12 anr wis remains the same..how you can get in on the fun..erin joins us in studio next.. if you're living in wisconsin, and covered by medicare and medicaid, here's something important to know. now you could get even more health benefits than you already have. it's the unitedhealthcare dual complete lp plan. and since you have both cards, you may be eligible for it. call now to talk with us and learn more. medicaid gives you benefits and medicare gives you some, too.
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joins us now live.you're a december birthday which can be tough being christmas and all..how did you decide it was time to throw a party for others.mom, erin comes to you at a very early age..what was your reaction..you have selected different locations throughout the year this year's birthday is december 28th at new berlin..what are you planning on having there and how do you find folks to invite is there any way viewers might be able to help you.
for more information about erin's party and how you can donate gifts you can visit our website cbs 58 dot com. i'll also be posting this interview when i get off the set. erin, zumehka, thank you for joining us. we've got much more news and weather headlines...coming up as the cbs 58 news at four ontinues.
3 we're not alone in these freezing temperatu in duluth, minnesota...a cargo ship arrived on lake superior...encased in ice. temperatures there dropped below 30 degrees below zero. in chicago where it was negative ten degrees...crews lit train tracks on fire to keep them from freezing up. 3 if you'd like to track the sinking temperatures in our area and stay on top the latest advisories and
weather app. free for android and smartphones. 3 several massage parlors busted for prostitution..you might not find that surprising..but in waukesha? cbs 58's evan kruegel with new details in what police describe as a lengthy investigation. 3 police say an anonymous tip led them to three separate massage rlors across the city - including this one off su avenue.... inside - detectives ay they fo exchging sexual acts for moneypolice say they have not found any evidence of human trafficking - and believe the women were choosing to parlors are the sweet thai ose massage - far east healing spa - and lilac massage.police are still looking into how long this activit has been happening - and just how widespread it is. is."some people that went to these massage parlors were legitimate, they were getting
nefarious activity." police say the investigation has been delayed due to a language barrier between the women. charges have still not been filed. reporting in waukesha - ekcbs58news. milwaukee public schools superintendant wants to get kids back in the classroom earliein the year. that's just one part of a plan to get schools performing better. cbs' amanda porterfield has the update on the changing school year...amanda. 3 the goal is to improve graduation rates. superintendant - says ile shifting school year times is a small step. its an important one. and it will be the topic of tomorrows school board meeting. originally early august start date was going to be for the whole district next year. but darienne driver says they listened to feedback - and decided first it would only be for high schoolers. driver said in a news conference today that graduation rates are extremely low. 53 percent of students who have to repeat
one to tenth grade..just by taking two more classes in summ school. moving the start dates will allow them to get started on that earlier in june. the district says its a small step they say will help more mps kids get their diploma. 3 there are a number of reasons why this malkes sense. in terms of making sufre our students are proficient, making sure theyre not only graduating on time but graduating with options with the knowledge and skills they need to 14:43:32 3 the district says most of the concerns they heard is that it's still hot in august.but they plan to address that with cooling stations and fans. it still start in the 2018-2019 school year.as far as the rest of the district - the state legislature will have to make that decision. back to you. a wonderful tradition continued in milwaukee's third ward earlier today. sure christmas is for kids..but older adults.. sometimes
first time ..need companionship this time of year. year.music playing glory to the newborn king king the italian commity center flooded with folks 50 and older..many dressed in their best christmas sweaters..for one heck of a luncheon hosted by the salvation army.there was a wonderful serenade playing all the seasonal favorites.600 diners were catered to by volunteeers. some of the diners came from as far as green bay, janesville and beloit to take part.many expressing thanks fo holiday gathering like thi can create. tim meyer, salvation army:we provide a good meal for them some entertainment to enjoy the cistmas festivities and year we added something new and we asked for seniors to bring canned good or somethinthat we can share with others." others." the salvation army has en doing this for 16 years now, believing that around the
food and fun its also important to nourish the sould with good will and the comforts of friendship. turns out ?happiness? may be the key to the fountain of youth. cbs' teri okita reports on a new study that says happy people...live longer. natswith christmas fast-approaching, ted rodgers is preparing for a gift exchange ... anquality time with family and friends. hat makes me happy. it keeps you a little bit younger, i think. rodgers may be right.a new study suggests a lin "sustained" life enjoyment ... and longevity. "what we found was: older men and women who enjoy their lives for a longer period of time are more likely to survive into old age than those who enjoy their lives less."a team at university college london followed nearly 10-thousand men and women, aged 50 and older, for more than a decade. they found 24- percent rarely or never experienced enjoyment. about 40-percent said they were mostly happy.when the two groups were compared, the
participants dropped by almost . 25-percent."more women than men reported sustained enjoyment - as well as people who were married, well-educated, wealthier, younger, and employed." researchers found making and maintaining social relationships are keys to living longer.relationships are thhat ings tu have to invest in. you have to work at them, and this will pay off in the longer run, as you get older.ted rodgers can attest to that. he lean on s family during a recent bat positive outlook."you look forward and you have to think, 'there's always hope round the coer'."at 68, it's rodgers' formula for a long, happy life. teri okita, cbs news, 3o. a cafe with new healthy food options opens up in milwaukee's sherman park neighbod. what's unique about the prices...after the break. 3 and there's an alternative to the pricy epi-pen on the market...why it may be difficult to get a prescription...ahead in your health watch. 3
for many residents in milwaukee, finding healthy, afforable food can be difficult hoping to ease that struggl for residents in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. cbs 58's kyle aevermann reports on the grand opening of tricklebee cafe. the doors of the trickebee cafe ago. it's an all vegetar restauant..but take a look at today's me. here's one thing you don't see. the price. that's because this is a ay whayou can restaurant. restaurant. it's one of a handful across the country.the tricklebee cafe was started by christie melby-gibbons and is part of the one world everybody eats network. she started it as a way to give a sustainable way of life to those who many not be able to afford it and to be able to give back..so there are
typically range beween $5-7, but you can moreyou can pay less. you don't even have to pay at all.you can also volunteer in exchange for a meal. "i think it instills hope, you know a lot of the businesses, storefronts around here are boarded up. there's been broken glass on the sidewalk for over a year in the same spot. so tosee something to see a storefront that used to look likeall the other ones, to see you transform into something bright and warm just gives them a little glimmeof "and ware soexcited that is here. for that good vision food for everybody" everybody"because they rely on food from local farmers, beekeepers, and gardeners, the menu will change on daily basis. they'll ve celebrating the grand opening all week long. the tricklebee cafe is located at north and 45th. reporting in milwaukee ka cbs 58 news. 3 earlier this year when prices
percent. but tut - o there's a less expensive option for the life-saving drug. the trouble is getting a prescription for it. cbs' julie wa has the update.. marcus espiritu suffers from nut alles.accidently eating them could causa severe allergic reaction. so his epipen is vital."epi could like help me reathe." that's why marcus's mombecame frustrated when she heard the manufacturer, mylan, had increased the price nearly 500 percent."some par h said, i'm even loing at keeping an expired epi pen." many believe the epi pen the only option. turns out, their wrong. this generic epinephrine auto injector has been the market since 2013. the cash price - up to 430 dollars cheaper than the epipen. it's fda approved for the same use contains the exact same medicine pharmacists and doctors say it's as safe and effective as the epipen brandso why aren't they prescribing it? "it's
epinephrine auto injector, the first rd thacomes to mind is epi pen."emergency department medical director dr. ronn berrol says mylan has done an exceptional job promoting the epipen. and berrol says few realized the device had become so expensive. "when the story broke i think many of us were kinda shocked and appalled and even though we were complicit in it, we didn't realize that at all." complicating the matter - confusion over how to write a prescription for the cheaper generic. equivalent to the epip device specifically."doctor mohamad jalloh of the american pharmacists association explains even though the medica is the same the epinephrinto injector is technically the generic for another brand, adrenaclick. so if the word epipen appears on the prescription "legally we would have to fill it as an epip unless we call a prescriber to change it." it." now the primary difference is the generic has two caps instead of one you must hold the injection for 10 sends anthe needle doesn't retract after you' done. julie watts, for cbs news, san
we know that teens who spend at greater risk for obesity. but that may also be true for smaller devic.a in studye journal of pediatrics finds about 20-percent of ican adolescentspend more than five hours a day on smartphone tablets, computers, and videogames. research says thoseeens are 43-percent more likely to be obese. apple's wireless earbuds are now on sale. but if you we hoping to buy the "air-pods" as a chirsitmas n't be able to do it online onlinethe estimated shipping time for the wireless headphones is aboufour eks. apple says they'll be available "in stores" next week. "air-pods" original launch in october was delayed after apple had trouble getting them to work. 3 and can you speak emoji? a london company is looking to hire an emoji translator. i know itsounds like a joke...but the firm says they want someone who can decipher what the same emoji could mean in different languages and
hundreds of anims in california are getting new homes for the holidays. but this isn't your regular holiday rush at t shelter. shelter.a woman agreed to pick up the adopti fees for anyoooking to adopt from a sacarmento shelter. cbs' c martinez has the story. you'll find a surplus of smiles at the front street animal shelter... thanks to a not-so-secret santa. "hi sweetie..." kim pacini says it all began with a simple idea... "i couldn't believethat there was a thousand animals said 'well, then i'm gonna sponsor to empty the shelter'!" she posted this video to facebo announcing her plan to cover the 20dollar adoption fee for every animal for the ente month. it went viral overnight."the next morning, there were 250 peoe out here!" the lines haven't let up since.in just the first two weeks, nearly 600 animals found new homes... "you wanna give him another hug? including this dog - named
about getting a dog, but that really pushed us over the ge to come and bring a dog home." the reonse has been so overwhelming... other area shelters are now bringing their animals here to meet the demand. "it's been like a month of black friday the beauty of it is, they're not going out to buy a tv or a save lives!" new owr: thank you so muchm: you're so welcome! kim says she never dreamed her idea would lead to so many adoptions... "you're so lucky!" she hopes her gift will inspire others to follow her lead. full, i told my husband i don't think i've ever been this happy in my whole life." chris martinez, cbs news, sacramento 3yourull readyct with meterologist rebecca schuld is next...stay tuned.
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a united states postal worker risked her life to save packages from the back of her truck that suddenly caught fire in north yvcarolina. a passerby also stopped to help the mail carrier remove the packages as the truck burned. fire officals say it was the engine that caught fire...and flames quickly spread. but almost all the packages were savebeforeiretrucks arrrived. 3 thanks for watching the news at four... four...the cbs 58 news at five...is next. if you're living in wisconsin, and covereby medicare and medicaid, here's somhing important to know.
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bitter cold during the day...colder still tonight...and if that's not enough winter for you, another storm may be just around the corner. 3 if you've been outside at all today, you know the kind of serious cold we're experiencing right now. now.we'll be under this deep freeze for a while yet, but story emerging from the cbs 58 ready weathecenter. 3 let's get right to chief meterologist drew burgoyne with details of a winter storm brewing... toss to drew drew wind chill advisory from 9:00 pm tonight to 10:00 am thursday tonit: clear and cold. lows low- zero. breezy with a northwest
sun and clouds and very cold. highs in the single digits. breezy making it feel below-zero for most spots all day. wind chills: -100 to -200. rest of the week: snow arrives on friday and stays steady through at least the first half of saturday. over 6 to 10" of snow likely. a winter storm watch has been issued for parts of the area. slightly warmer as the snow returns with highs in the 20s. arctic air returns on sunday