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good morning everyone. it's thursday, september 8-th. i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kate chappell... here's what we're working on this morning... strong storms brought heavy rain, wind, and flooding to parts of our area. this morning... people are cleaning up.a live report and update ahead. ahead.it would be ?ideal? to have a dry day ahead... after all the flooding we saw. meteorologist justin thompson- gee has your ready forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz)))
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shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph. friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s. 3 3 roads continue to dry out this morning. watch for isolated slick spots but for the most part weather wont impact that drive.the national
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september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for equipment mobilization.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructiona our ?top? story at five--- community members in the small community of "mayville"--- in dodge county--- come together as flood ?homes and schools.? schools.? cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from mayville to show us how things look now. kyle? we are here at one of the schools that were evacuated yesterday......and you can still see the pile of sand bags blocking the water. the good news is that the water is recieding and it is a lot
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st. john's school wrote on facebook that every fire department in the county was in the town helping.the sandbags were not enough yesterday, crews also had to use cement blocks to reinforce the sand bags.in many areas .... normally calm creeks turned into rapids...officials here in town told us that this is the worst flooding they've seen here in 10 years.but residents say, they know it could be much worse.... although there's not a lot more they can do. kyle wilsma with it, i think so, so far. i mean, it's something we've got to deal with, it's mother nature. you can't stop her." her." again the good news, is the water is recieding. we know classes have been canceled at st. john's school. we are continuing to make multiple phone calls to find out what the situation is for students at parkview. we'll keep you updated.
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yesterday's storm caused heavy damage to areas in ?northeast? wisconsin.but points south of the green bay area were the hardest hit... including in outagamie county. this is what's left of a barn that was blown over.the barn isn't destroyed... but it will definitely need to be fixed. we're told no one was hurt in the collapse. 3 don't forget to download the cbs 58 ready weather app to see flooding totals.. and watch live radar.it's free for apple and android devices. an estimated 70-thousand homes in milwaukee.. have water pipes with ?lead.?now, mayor tom barrett is telling people to get ?filters?.... before they drink the water. water.mayor barrett says... filters providethe best defense against lead right now. homes built before 19-50... are more likely to ?have? lead. they hope to eventually ?fix? all of the lateral pipes with lead--- but that will take time. mayor barrett describes a conversation... he had with the department of public works. 25:10-25 do you drink the
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you have. they said yes we drink the water. i said do you think it's safe. they said yes. would you have an infant drink this water and they said . no. 3 alderman bob donovan released a statement saying--- he's deeply concerned by by the mayor's comments.he says... he plans to schedule meetings of the public safety committee to discuss this potentially dangerous situation. the trial against the man accused of killing two young children in a house fire is delayed until monday. didn't show up in court.police say michael morgan intentionally set the fire that killed his stepson and the boy's 2-year old cousin. morgan is charged with arson and two counts of first degree reckless homicide. a judge tried to mend fences... over a dispute about control of sherman park. the question has pitted the sheriff against the county executive. one of the first things sheriff david clarke's attorney called for yesterday was dismissing the case -- because the fencing is now 'moot.'a judge decided to keep
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sherman park. sheriff clarke had it put up after two nights of unrest in milwaukee... and it was there until sunday-- when county executive chris abele ordered it to be taken down.but that only ignited a legal battle between abele and clarke about who's in charge. people who live in the area say all of the arguing could have been avoided.. if leaders just listened to what ?the people? wanted. :15 just it being there its a reminder of something that happened that was ugly. its ove" over." 3 clarke's attorney says it was the sheriff's intention to after labor day. the judge asked why the sheriff didn't share those plans. neither clarke nor abele attended the proceedings. both sides will be back in court again on september 29th. the waukesha county medical examiner is working to identify a woman who was hit and killed by a train in pewauk. pewaukee.it happened around 11:30 tuesday night on the tracks near oakton and clark. the train's engineer sounded the horn and applied the emergency break --- but couldn't stop in time.the engineer and conductor have
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canadian pacific. no word yet.. on why the woman was on the tracks. an angry dave sobelman is still hoping his restaurant near the marquette campus can re-open soon. soon.the popular burger joint on 16th and wells had its license suspended on tuesday. that's because sobelman didn't show up for a hearing about an accidental shooting back in june at the entrance of his restaurant. sobelman tells us he applied for a temporary food license.. so he could re-open the restaurant.. but not sell alcohol.sobelman says alderman bob bauman would have to approve his "here he is reigning over his kingdom, the little mayor, while we all suffer here. now i know i screwed up, but he's supposed to be here for his district, he's supposed to represent this district, he's supposed to do what's right for the district and he is not." not." 3 sobelman says he and bauman have had disagreements in the past.. and bauman's actions are not hurting ?him? as much as they're hurting his staff. cbs 58 has reached out to
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3 3 u-s senator "tammy baldwin" and u-s representative "gwen moore".... are two of the women announced to the "wisconsin women for hillary" coalition.clinton's campaign announced the group yesterday. it also includes former lieutenant governor "barbara lawton"....who backed bernie sanders before switching to clinton when she won the nomination. 3 clinton and donald trump were in new york... for their first joint candidate event--- appearing in ?back-to-back? commander-in-chief forums. both nominees were ad to attack their opponent--- but to focus on their ?own? qualifications.clinton said... 'rock steadiness' is the most important characteristic in a commander-in-chief.when trump spoke at the forum... he said his experience in business will help him lead.both candidates vowed to defeat isis... and said more attention is needed for mental health care for veterans.trump and clinton will square off face-to-face in their first debate on september 26. funding is coming to a number of southeast wisconsin cities
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projects.15 million dollars will be split between 32 projects.projects aim to expand travel options, like biking and walking.some of the projects include... include...funding for oak leaf trail improvements ...a bike to work trail in greenvile ..a bike and pedestrian plan in washington county .. and an underpass along the lake country trail in waukesha county. the packers kick off their regular season this weekend in jacksonville against the jaguars. the green and gold were practicing in green bay releasedguard josh sitton over the weekend. lane taylor will replace sitton at left guard. he says he's up for the task. :17 definitely want to show that you belong, show them that you're a player on the team that the team can depend on throughout the season, go out there and have a good game. game. 3 sitton is now a chicago bear. the packers are preparing for jacksonville now. they'll see sitton and the bears on october 20th. a milwaukee program that provides places for city kids to play.... is getting a ?big financial boost.?
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the program is called 'm-k-e plays.' and cbs 58 news has covered some of the work it's done in fixing up run down playgrounds around town. yesterday afternoon... potawatomi hotel and casino announced it has chosen "mke plays" as its charity of choice for the annual 'heart of canal street' fundraising campaign. the first 100- thousand dollars raised will go directly to removing -- a playground near 4th and mitchell on the south side. we weren't the only ones dealing with storms yesterday. a funnel cloud in arizona was caught on camera.we'll show you the amazing video next! 3 plus ... authorities are searching for a woman who fell overboard from a carnival
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3 3 a live look over.....on the other end of this break.....
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today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph. tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the we friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler
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returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s.today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few ou still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph.friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs
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weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s. 3 3 roads continue to dry out this morning. watch for isolated slick spots but for the most part weather wont impact that drive.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for equipment mobilization.i-41 sb will also
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plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is in place.plan on slow conditions as you travel through the area.another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave 3 3 the u-s coast guard is on the hunt for a woman who ?fell overboard? from a carnival cruise ship. it happened yesterday. yesterday.the woman has been identified as 32-year-old rina patel from interlaken, new york. passenger shannon parks snapped this photo of a coast guard plane flying over the ship... looking for patel. witnesses say they saw her fall off the 11th deck of the carnival "ecstasy" around 2:30 in the morning.the ship was about 27 miles southwest of freeport, bahamas at the time.
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woman jumping overboard from the ship.the ship has been cleared to continue its journey onto charleston, south carolina while the coast guard continues searching. the boarding ramp of a riverboat gave way... hurting at least 10 people in quebec. two people fell into the water... and had to be ?rescued.? passengers on the boat ?suffered injuries? to their legs, arms and head.four people are reported to be in "serious condition."the boat called in the coast guard to help take the injured to area hospitals. canada's transportation investigating the ?cause? of the ramp failure. a scary sight in northern arizo. arizona.take a look at this funnel cloud.it appeared over the town of williams yesterday afternoon.this-- as thunderstorms rolled through the area.however.. the funnel cloud never touched down. hurricane newton is being blamed for a string of storms across arizona. 3 a water main break had water ?shooting into the air? in los angeles. the street quickly turned into
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swallowed up the ground.crews closed the road.. and found water gushing from a 12-inch main line that burst. the break happened as the state is experiencing ?historic drought.? 3 florida police captured an 11- foot... 450 pound alligator wandering close to a middle school in florida yesterday morning.officials were able to trap the giant reptile with help from florida fish and a group from the wildlife conservati was hurt. police say they have received calls about this particular alligator before... but were unable to track it down until now. coming up ...a big milestone for singer-- usher.find out what it is.. next! 3 plus--- a house fire traps a cat inside a home.what firefighters did... to make
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in your entertainment news--- bruce springsteen reveals his ongoing battle with ?depression? in his upcoming au. auto-biography.it will also be vanity fair's october cover story. the rock icon has treated his therapy and antidepressants. springsteen says he worries his depression will become unmanageable---like his late father's mental illness.he says his depression has "crushed" him for years at a time.the memoir- "born to run," comes out later this month.... just days after his 67th birthday. 3 the latest star on the hollywood walk of fame goes
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honor yesterday.the eight-time grammy winner... is expected to release his new album 'hard to love' next week.he's sold more than 65-(m) million albums.... and had ?nine? hot 100 "number one" hits.and--- he still stays humble. (usher raymond, singer) "this is the first time in history that i have ever come in 2,588th place and it felt like one... but i wouldn't have been able to do it without my fa 3 lately, usher has been focusing on his ?acting? career. he played boxing champion "sugar ray leonard"... and appeared on broadway in 'chicago.' ( 3 ((???1:15 seconds??))
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today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph. tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler
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returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs 3 3 roads continue to dry out this morning. watch for isolated slick spots but for the most part weather wont impact that drive.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for equipment mobilization.i-41 sb wilso close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy
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a house fire in iowa... had a cat owner ?shaken up.? the owner tried to run back in the house to rescue the cat... but was overcome with smoke. smoke.that's when firefighters jumped into action to help cleo the cat.they rescued cleo from the home... using a specialized oxygen mask for animals. after 30 minute ... a sign of hope for cleo. later- the cat was taken to the iowa state college of veterinary medicine.veterinarians are hoping cleo will be well enough to go home in a few days. coming up... we're looking ahead tothe ?biggest? fundraiser for the autism society of southeast wisconsin. dylan's run! run! we'll show you how the annual event helps ?local? families. and take a closer look at one of the programs made possible. 3 a live look over ..... you're watching the cbs 58 morning
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im kyle aevermann and im julie parisethat's coming up. 3 taking a live look at the dot cameras...roads continue to
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construction resumes tonight around the zoo interchange. details on that plus the latest on your thursday morning commute is coming up in ready traffic. 3 good morning.. it's thursday, september 8-th.i'm jessica tigh. tighe.and i'm kate chappell.we have a lot to get to weather-wi. wise...after a good soaking... many communities are left cleaning up!and we could really use a ?dry? day to do it.let's get straight to meteorologist justin thompson gee for ready weather. ((30 seconds tz)) tz))today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph. friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph.
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returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s. lots of flooding... cbs 58's kyle aevermann is live in we're hear near ????. take a look at how things are looking this morning. the water is receding. it was a much different scene yesterday two schools in mayville... st john's school and park view elementary school had to be evacuated because of the flooding.st.
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facebook that while the water has not reached the inside of the school, students will be off, while teachers will report.so far there is no word on if school at parkview elementary. volunteers and emergency workers used sandbags and concrete blocks to build a barrier.. neighbors say it was a fast quick storm and a fast response. 3 laurie benter, mayv about you know? we all pulled together whenever we have to and they're all here for us." kyle wilson, mayville "basically it looked like like michigan and there was water coming in the basement." highway 28 was closed because of the water yesterday, but is
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flooding caused by the heavy rain.... could mean ?headaches for homeowners.? if you're waking up to water damage this morning... we want to help you find ways to clean up. cbs 58's julie parise continues our team coverage live at home depot this morning.she's talking to home repair experts. julie? 3 3
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new this morning...one man is dead and another seriously hurt after a double shooting in m it happened near 27th and hadley around 6 last night. milwaukee police say... a 34-year-old man was shot... and died from his injuries on the way to the hospital.the other victim- a 24 year old man... who was also shot... was taken to a local hospital by the milwaukee fire department.he's being treated for very serious injuries.the milwaukee police department is searching for suspects this morning.police don't know at this time what led up to the shooting. 3 now to a developing story-- milwaukee police are asking
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man?--- 35-year-old "billy bays."he's charged with two counts of ?attempted murder? in connection to a shooting. shooting.that shooting happened back in july at "palmer" and "north avenue."a 36-year old woman and her ?teenage son? were hurt.if you have any information--- call milwaukee police. 3 felony charges this morning... for the milwaukee man who shot at his neighbor... then held a five-hour standoff with police. samuel zuelzke is charged with use of a dangerous weapon and recklessly endangering the safety of his neighb criminal complaint -- zuelzke fired two shots at his neighbor near 13th and orchard on august 28th.he missed... and the bullets went through the man's home. home.police say the two were arguing over an old mattress leaning against zuelzke's fence -- left behind when other people moved out. zuelzke moved it onto his neighbor's property and that's when the fight started.zuelzke grabbed a gun and took matters into his own hands.he now faces up to 12 years in prison.. if convicted. milwaukee police continue to search for suspects this
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happened yesterday within a 90-minute span.the first robbery was just before five a-m.... at the denny's near 27-th an howard. howard.40 minutes later --- ?another? denny's was robbed... near 76-th and brown deer.then around six a-m--- a george webb near oakland and locust was hit.police say... there are ?two? suspects in each robbery--- at least ?one? is a woman.authorities are working to figure out... if the three robberies are connected. 3 some streets are still wet this morning after heavy downpours last night.let's check out curr here's meteorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???))
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today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph. tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph. the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine
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showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s.today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph.friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine
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showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s. 3 3 roads continue to dry out this mog. isolated slick spots but for the most part weather wont impact that drive.the national ave on ramp to i-894 south is now closed until the end of september for roadwork along the i-894 south corridor.there will be a full closure overnight of i-894 nb greenfield ave. for equipment mobilization.i-41 sb will also close overnight from watertown plank rd. through the zoo for bridge and roadwork at the zoo interchange.the i-94 eb to i-41/us-45 nb system ramp is now closed long term until spring 2017 for reconstructionall part of the zoo interchange project. hwy 100 will become the main detour while this closure is
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conditions as you travel through the area.another reminder that the national, lincoln and greenfied ave entrance ramps to i-894 nb are now closed until fall 2016a new zipper merge is also in place between national and greenfield ave as well. drivers should use posted alternates and plan for extra time.current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo...mequon rd to downtown is... 3 a disabled veteran is scammed out of nearly 600-dollars trying to buy packers tickets onlinebut this story has a happy ending thanks to some brown deer police officers. nicole hoffmann filed a police report with officer nick
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that a veteran was taken advantage of didn't sit well with him.so... andersen made some calls and yesterday... surprised hoffmann with tickets to a packers game ?and? a badgers game. sot: nicole hoffmann, army veteran18;53;23 i don't want this news clip to be about me. the only reason i thought about it and agree to do this is because i want the police officers to be recognized. there's still good cops out there and we need to have faith in that. that. hoffmann had saved up to buy the tickets... t fiance for his birthday. she says now ?she's? the one who got a surprise gift. 3 meanwhile... packers fans are getting rewarded for wearing green and gold during the n-f-l season.on 'green and gold fridays' fans wearing packers apparel can visit any participating wisconsin ?citgo station? and get a free small coffee or fountain drink.at culver's restaurants or mills fleet farm... fans wearing pack colors have the chance to
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when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news... a new ?art destination? on milwaukee's east side. side.we'll take you ?live? to black cat alley... and show you what it's all about. 3 plus - we're loo dylan's run!the annual event raises money for ?important programs? right here in our community.we'll take a closer
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milwaukee's lakefront!the annual event is the largest fundraiser for the autism society which has been serving families right here in southeastern wisconsin for 40 years. proceeds stay local and fund research and outreach programs--like "peers" at marquette univeristy. this morning i take a closer look into how ?peers? helps students with autism make friends. "it's a really good experience"gregory cannon went through the peers program at marquette university in 9th grade. "i feel more able to more confident? yeah.now it's his brother- jacob's turn. both boys were diagnosed with a form of autism several years ago. "i felt relieved"their mom- stephanie cannon- said a diganosis meant she could move forward with treatment.she found ?peers? in the newsaper. (take cg 27-"i needed to make sure gregory got in" peers is an outpatient treatment program. the goal is to understand how teenagers and young adults with autism spectrum disorder are affected
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"we're looking at, do they develop a new friendship? do they show decreases in anxiety and depression?"dr. amy van hecke brought peers to milwaukee from los angeles in 2010. groups of 10 students along with clinicians and graduate students in psychology and speech pathology work together on social skills"we start out with conversation skills. how do you join a group of people? how do you have conversations? how do you discover if you have something in common? peers is evidence-based. along with weekly treatment sessions students also get a brain scan at the medical college of week session... to compare. "the changes we're seeing are really more about emotion. we're seeing kids who have very strong patterns of brain activity that are indicative of depression, anxiety and really poor mood. we're seeing their brain scans show that now they're more positive, they're happier, their well being is improved"when used correctly van hecke says ?peers? has a 90% success rate. and so far that's true for the cannon family. "this summer i was watching him do something with some of his friends, and i'm like oh my
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could take pictures. laughs. i know it's embarrassing to him, but as an autistic parent, you look for that stuff."the cannons are one of 238 families served so far. but the goal is to help many more. "being able to tell a parent, your child has learned this, and their brain shows that.. to me is saying.. have faith and hope that change is still possible" this semester there are two groups in peers.a 14-week program for 11 to 16 year olds..and a 16-week for young adults 18 to 28.for most families, peers is free. there ?is? a waiting list.at one point it was 10 years!but thanks to funding from the autism society of southeastern wisconsin... it's down to 2 years. 3 dylan's run is the autism society's ?largest? fundraiser for the year.and that money makes programs like peers possible.there's still time to register! dylan's run is this sunday at 10-30 at milwaukee's lakefront.registration starts
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sponsor.in fact- i'll be there as the event emcee!if you run... you also get free admission to indian summer festival.we have everything you need to know at cbs 58 dot com.click the red newslinks tab at the top of the homepage. an artistic ?spruce up? is happening in a section of milwaukee's east side. the "black cat alley" project... promises to soon be brew city's ?new artistic destination. cbs 58's ?michael schlesinger? of ivanhoe and prospect to tell us about it. michael? 3
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reax 3 when we come back on the cbs 58 morning news... we're talking hash tags. see the new emojis for n-f-l fans! 3 and--- a national anthem controversy results in big sales in the n-f-l explain ?after the break.? 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw 2-5 mph.friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday
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the lower to middle 70s.today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon. still warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s feeling a touch warmer. wind: w 5-15 mph.tonight: just a few clouds. cooling down but still above-average with lows in the lower 60s. wind: nw mph.friday: a little sun to start the day with clouds returning in the afternoon with storm chances. scattered storms possible through saturday morning. up to 1" of rain possible. still a little warm and muggy with highs around 800. wind: se 5-10 mph. weekend: breezy and cooler saturday with sunshine returning after morning showers. lots of sun on sunday with highs around average in the lower to middle 70s. 3 3 in trending topics this
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mentioned name in sports these past couple of weeks has been colin kaepernick. the milwaukee native and san francisco quarterback... has received a combination of ?backlash and support?... for not standing during the national anthem. turns out his number seven jersey has become a ?top seller.?surpising to some... considering he lost his starting position. the question is... are people buying them to ?show solidarity? for his efforts to bring racial equality to the country--- or--- is it people who want to burn the jersey because they take his actions as is and military.? nfl shop-dot com--didn't ask. 3 the n-f-l season kicks off tonight... and you can root for your team throughout the season using hashtags and emojis.when you use suggested hashtags.... your team's logo will appear next to it.for the packers... it's "go pack go". around the n-f-c north.... its "one pride" for the detroit lions, "skol" for the minnesota vikings....and "feed da bears" for the chicago
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3 i'm kyle aevermann 3 and i'm julie parise...you're watching the cbs 58 morning news 3 good morning.today is thursday september 8th. i'm kate chappel. chappell.and i'm jessica tighe. strong storms moved through our area bringing flooding and school closings. we have ?team coverage? of the aftermath... and the cleanup ahead. 3 so let's check out current conditions.will folks have a dry day for cleanup?here's metorologist justin thompson gee. 3 ((30 second tease 15 seconds ahead))today: isolated morning shower giving way to sun and clouds during the afternoon.

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