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me." ?crying? "i never thought i would have to bury my child at 2. i wouldn't wish this pain on my worst enemy. a part of me is gone forever. there's no bringing him k"bacthere's no brging is gone forever. enemy. a part of me is gone forever. there's no bringing him back" the mother believes screens on the window may have saved her son's life.she says the landlord did not put screens on the windows after asked, and may sue him because of that.in the meantime, she's urging parents to make sure their windows are safe and secure.live in the newsroom, lindsey branwall, cbs 58 news. a milwaukee lawmaker is the latest to call for legislation in response to this month's unrest in the sherman park neighborhood. state representative chris taylor of madison is already calling for a change in police procedures. procedures.today, fellow democrat leon young said in a statement that he plans to
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regarding the use of deadly force by police officers. the police shooting of sylville smith preceded the fires and other acts of violence on august 13th and 14th. 14th.young's statement offered no specifics about what he would propose. but he also promised legislation on police . hiring...calling for 40- percenof new officers to come from low income zip codes in the hopes of creating more of a bond and respect between police and the neighborhoods in which they work. 3 two of the green best players -- clay matthews and julius peppers are apparently meeting with nfl officials today to talk about banned substance allegations. packer nation waits for word about what's next.cbs 58's earl arms reports from green bay. 3 3 today supposedly the day clay matthews and julius peppers met with nfl officials about their use of performance- enhancing drugs. this comes from allegations made from al jazeera back in december. josh sitton was in the locker room today and we asked him exactly o and how nfl officials were
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packers guardi see a lot of nfl officials. guys in the locker room, nfl officials, staff.you gotta talk to those guys about that. i'm not really concerned about that. ted thompson - packers gmi'm position and not get into this so i have no comment.packers linebacker sam barrington was a little more vocal.sam barrington - packers linebacker it's no secret what those guys have done in ei only that but what they've done for this community and this team so we got their back 100 percent and i'm hoping the best for their situation. barrington says instead he's more worried about week three of the preseason--which is the start of a four-game road trip starting in san francisco. scott grodsky has more in that coming up in sports. in gb ea cbs 58 news. 1:11 3 morning rain gives way to
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warm temps. meteorologist justin thompson-gee is in for chief drew burgoyne with 'ready weather.' toss to justin justin tonight: a few showers and storms possible. lows in the upper 60s. wind: w 5-10 mph. thursday: a few showers and storms possible especially in the morning and especially n southern areas. highs in the low 80s. w 5-15 mph.weekend: getting cooler and much more comfortable for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 70s. sunshine returns for friday before scattered showers and storms are back saturday. a few periods of rain may linger into sunday, before some clearing happens sunday afternoon.
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devastation on the other side of the world today....two major earthquakes have brought death and destruction. one quake was in the myanmar.....the other was in central italy, and the death toll from ?that? quake is still climbing. 3 the mostecent report we have says that 120 people have died after the quake, which had a 6.2 magnitude. it was so powerful that it leveled much of the town of amatrice about 100 miles northeast of rome. rescue teams are trying to find people who might be buried alive in the debris....they found one woman
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her.this quake happened in the middle of the night, while many people were sleeping. 3 the quake in myanmar had a magnitude of 6.8, and it's blamed for at least three deaths so far. and we're told it has caused serious damage to some of the ancient temples that are popular among tourists. 3 stay with us for much more on the deadly quakes on the cbs evening news with scott pelley, right after our newscast at 5-30. new tonight, police video shows a wild police chase through wauwatosa....a lucas byrd one week ago. police say byrd took this 'chevy lumina' from his son without permission. dashcam video shows the car being pursued at speeds reaching close to 100-miles an hour. at one point, the car takes a shortcut through somebody's lawn, and the chase continues. a little later, the car is seen not on the road, but on a sidewalk...this is near 107th and hampton avenue. eventually police stop chasing the car, and it hits a street sign.
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foot chase. he now faces 5 felony and misdemeanor charges. and from du lac county, word that a prosecutor is seeking a retrial for dennis brantner, the man who was recently tried foth1990 murder of 18-year- old berit beck. that trial ended with a hung jury. now a hearing is set for september 6th on the request for another trial. brantner was arrested last year for the cold case murder after new evidence was discovered. milwaukee's north side has seen several hit and run in latest just about two hours ago near 40th and villard. villard.that's where cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us live ...amanda? bill, michele... the scene has cleared but mpd confirms to us that a woman was struck by a vehicle that fled this area.she was taken to a hospital... her injuries are unknown.and police are still
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police are also still looking for the driver who critically injuredthe accident happened around seven thirty last night. police say after hitting the 11 year old, the r took off. in april of last year, 57 year old henry nelson was hit and killed at that very same intersection. police still have no suspects in that case. neighbors say cars drive as fast as 70 miles an hour in the area, and have been for years. one man says he's seen quite a few deadly accidents during his 40 years living there. chris lewis neighb d because a lot of people that zip through here, the don't live around here. i think they think it's a bad neighborhood or something and they don't want to stop for these red lights. i think that mostly be the problem. it's a hot zone. and burleigh as well. burleigh goes both ways. they like to speed from auer to get to burleigh and even up and down
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again, the 11 year old remains in 3 cbs 58 was at the scene of a rollov crash in the rain this morning near 27th and st. paul on milwaukee's west side. so far, officials have released no information about the crash. the car appears to have hit that post, but we don't know how it happened or whether any other vehicles were involved. waukesha is moving forward with station and city officials says it's all about providing equal response times package"this is relocating the station to it's new location." a map showing how response mes will balance out once waukesha fire station three is . replaced."becau of this move it will allow all areas of our community to have a six minute drive time."waukesha alderman aaron perry says about 40 percent of his district has higher fire response times than the rest
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would change that. that. "the biggest takeaway for me is equal services and that's important to the people who live in waukesha."-car whoosh nat-so the plan is to have that new station built here by this time next year. it's going to be along state highway 59 just east of county highway x. x. 3 "going forward is the completion of the architectural drawings and the plans for the building of the station."the project is estimated go as high as six if a police substation is also added. added."which may seem like a lot but infrastructure is not free and we're looking at this is more of a 50 to 75 year investment. and how we will pay for that is with our capital improvement program." borrowing which perry says would be paid back in 10 to 15 . years."and it's done in a fiscally responsible way. borrowing right now is cheaper and we even have a 3
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has a problem with all those pokemon go players in the parks...and it's taking its beef to e makers of the game. 3 "we're ready for college!" "yea" "yeah!"and we'll give you a taste of move-in day for freshmen at marquette university....an emotional experience for students and
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3 3 a service dog taking a well- deserved break this morning at the wisconsin center in downtown milwaukee. this annual national convention of the blinded veterans association. mayor tom barrett was one of the featured speakers and so was governor scott walker, who talked about wisconsin's efforts to get both veterans and people with disabilities into the work force. "helping our employers understand the unique abilities that people have often just through relatively minor accomodations to be able to help employ people in this s. state.
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and others services to nearly 800-visually impaired vets in the midwest. 3 people who live near wauwatosa west high school are getting their bridge back. a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on friday for the brand new center street bridge over highway 45. that street had been closed since spring for construction of the new bridge -- part of the zoo interchange renovation project. completion was expected by the start of the new school year, so they're actually finishing up a few days early. 3 in oak creek, a construction project is just groundbreaking ceremony today for a new marriott hotel at the drexel town squar development. this will be an extended stay hotel with suites that include full-size kitchens.drexel town square is a mix ofretail, residential and government buildings on the site of the old delco electronics plant at howell and drexel. milwaukee county has started a 'pokemon battle' with a company in san francisco. francisco.the parks department is demanding the developers of
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app. jacob kittilstad joins us live with the latest on this push from one of the hotspots for pokemon go trainers, lake park...jacob. the later in the afternoon it gets the more pokemon go players i'm seeing... and that increase in foot-traffic - that's the basic complaint laid out by the county for the developers of pokemon go. the main argument is over what are known as pokestops. those are spots where pokemon go players can collect items... possibly find rare pokemon. well... there are dozens of pokestops in lake park alone... and milwaukee county is demanding niantic inc. - the developers of the app - get a permit for every single pokestop. in a letter... the county calls pokestops 'virtually geocaches' and under county policy parks officials must be notified. the county's claim is because they were not notified - now they're dealing with issues of parking, damage to parks, and disruptions to nearby neighborhoods. pokemon go players...however...call the
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patrick smith / pokemon go player> 22;31;37> "i don't really think it messes up the grass cause grass is meant to be played on in certain places. and this is a park so you should be able to walk on it." in that letter sent to developers... county officials also say ?if? the pokestops get permits, the permit holders would have to mitor the condition of each pokestop a recomended four times per year. we have not yet received a response from niantic inc. on this situation. live in milwaukee...acob ki 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 tonight: a few showers and storms possible. lows in the upper 60s. wind: w 5-10 mph. thursday: a few showers and 3
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low 80s. w 5-15 mph. weekend: getting cooler an friday and saturday with highs in the middle 70s. sunshine returns for friday before scattered showers and storms are back saturday. a few periods of rain may linger into sunday, before some clearing happens sunday afternoon.tonight: a few showers and storms possible. lows in the upper 60s. wind: w 5-10 mph.thursday: a few showers and storms possible especially in the morning and especially n southern areas. highs in the low 80s. w 5-15 mph.weekend: getting cooler and much more comfortable for friday and saturday with highs in the middle 70s. sunshine returns for friday before scattered showers and storms are back saturday. a few periods of rain may ling into sunday, before some clearing happens sunday
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3 anxious teenagers and emotional parents filled the and emotional anxious teenagers and emotional parents filled the hallways of marquette's mccormack residence hall today. this was move-in day for the new semester....and the university welcomed about 2-thousand freshmen from all over the country. 3 over the country.freshmen from all over the country. "boston....atlanta...chicago." chicago." "hormonal, stressful, but actually just emotional because she's going away for the first time for a very long " time." "the best piece of advice that i give to freshmen coming in is get connected and be involved and don't be afraid to put yourself out there." there." 3 "definitely a little bit nervous, like new environment, new people. it's not e south.""it's not boston, people are so nice out here.," -chuckle- chuckle-
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figure that out right now." now." right now." now."figure that out -laughs-"we can't figure that out right now." now." "rooms are a little small but it's ok. just trying to get everything in before roommates come, it's a little easier." "yeah, we'll live."-laughter- -laughter- "we're excited and we're gonna miss her but you know it's a great journey, i know she'll make a lot of friends, make new memories and it's gonna be the time of her life." life." 3 a day of meetings a day of meetings in green bay. bay.nothing new onthe n-f-l's meetg nothing new on nothing new on the n-f-l's meeting with clay matthews and julius
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aaron rodgers returns to his home state to face the team he grew up idolizing. hopefully it goes drubbing in santa clara. and with nothing new involving clay matthews or julius peppers' meeting with the n-f-l, scott gro and the packers are focused on friday's game day. 3 3 the third game of the preseason always seems like the most important one. aaron rodgers is expect to play d ster cuts are quickly approaching. but when talked to the packers in the their locker room they said they don't really out any more emphis othis preseason game as they do the other three.josh sittonevery game is
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the field is an important time. sam barrringtonlast game you would have thought we were going into a regular season game because we take it like that. everhing we do is the same.ted thpsonno more important than the others. it's a culmination of all these things. i think mike prepares for this similarly to the waour team does for the coursef the seasontagone thing that will be different is the kickoff time. this game not kickoff time. this game not scheduled to 9:00 central time. josh sitton says he's usually asleep by then. in gb scott grodsky cbs 58 sports. thanks scott. j-c tretter is the pack's starting center, but he didn't get much competition from corey linsley this summer. linsley tore his hamstring twice this offseason, most recently in july. he's expected to start the season on the reserve/physically unable to perform list. that means the
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season. catch rodgers and the rest of the packers on telemundo wisconsin this friday. packers football in spanish starting at 9 friday night. we'll also have the last game of the pack's preseason in kansas city on lemundo wisconsin. and by week one, i'll have no idea which language to speak. crazy game, that baseball. the brewers almost went winless on an entire road trip last week. today they're looking to sweep the colorado rockies. rockies.ryan braun keeps rolling along - second in the league in r-b-i's add another one here - a blast to left fild - 23rd homer of the season for braun, tying the game at 1 a piece. but these brewers don't live by power alone. small ball can be really exciting too. orlando arcia surprises the rockies with a squeeze bunt! no play at the plate. hernan perez is safe and the crew are off and running. ryanraun added a second homer in an easy one. 7-1, a sweep for the brew crew. they have seven more wins than losses at home.
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counsell says blazek's rehab on a forearm injury is going slower than the team anticipated. counll says there's no way to know at this point when blazek will be back in the bigs. the right handed reliever has had a rough season, with an e-r-a of
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear.
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(ad-lib) justin is back with a final check of the forecast tonight: a few showers and storms possible. lows in the upper 60s. wind: w 5-10 mph. thursday: a few showers and storms possible especially in the morning and especially n southern areas. highs in the low 80s. w 5-15 mph.weekend: getting cooler and much more saturday with highs in the middle 70s. sunshine returns for friday before scattered showers and storms are back saturday. a few periods of rain may linger into sunday, before some clearing happens sunday afternoon. 3 thanks for joining us.the cbs evening news with
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