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protest nats nats not ready accept the pridential election results and are making their voices heard. thousanf demonstrators marched through thnight carryingbanners and disrupting traffic in nearly 40 cities across the nation including new york. police there arrested dozens of people. (protestor sot) no nameits an t toaffronemocra that he was elected/he's a racist homophobic, xenophobic nightmare, misogynist nightmare and he doesn't represent the values th i know to be american values //
in milwaukee last night - but denstation for tonight at a red arropark... 3 rebecca in wx center today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the mid60 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill withs in e upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with s in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning wi be near freezing - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph.
freeway in the first place. the deadly crash happened in the northbound lanenear college avenue just before 8-30. the medical examiner says the pedestrian who was struck was an adult female. no name has been released. all northbound lanes were closed backing up traffic for miles. during the past hour, 3of the 4 lanes were reopened and the tractor trailor involved in the crash was hauled away by a tow truck. new details emerge following now know the vicm was 42-year-old n who was shot shortly after 3 a-m in a home near 56th and west philip place.poli also tell us the circumstances of the shooting remain unclear. they're looking for a motive and the shooter. supporters of a smokeless tobacco ban in milwaukee say dipping and chewing is something baseball can do without. milwaukee's public safety committee took a step this morning toward knocking the pasttime out of the
the measure passed with full support of the committee -- meaning it has a good chance of being approved by the full common council. and while the ban would also affect fans as well, the biggest impact wod be on the baseball players who normally chew tobacco during games.supporters of the legislation say major league baseball players set an example for kids - and chewing tobacco is a dangerous one. when it comes to the legislation, alderman michael murphy calls this a "self-policing policy," much like smoking cigarettes. violators would get a warning citation -- those citations could be between 100 and 250 dollars. ((take sot)) :33crystal west/grandmother "one day he is in his room d hs got brown on his mouth and he said oh i found this at the game and now i'm all good and i'm a true baseball player"ald. murphy/milwaukee:"kids emulate ball players. when they see them chewing tobacco on the ball field, they use that as
and something i'd like to do." tobacco free kids "by servin as role models throughout lwaukee heir endangeri beinof kids that look up to them and copy their every move." the measure will be taken up by the common council on november 22nd. the milwaukee officer charged with ?child enticement? pleaded no contest in court today as part of a plea deal. ? ? is accused of ?soliciting underage girls while on duty.? today his charges were reduced totwo counts of according to the crimial complaint--- he asked to see what was under a 15-year-old girl's shirt. he was ordered discharged from the force by police chief ed flynn last month. he'll be sentenced in february. november is a month for making dreams come true for children waiting for permanent and loving families. nats from court part during an adoption day event at milwaukee county children's court this morning, four famlies celebrated new
foster child herself who has 13 siblings who were also adopted. today she and her husband are adopting two siblings. meg: we would encourage anyone interested in adopting in fostering to just reach out to someone because they likely have the number they are ready to go they jhave the information you need there are people who are just ready to jump oin your interest and then if it doesnt work out for you thats okat if you thoght tried"according to the wisconsin department of children and families, at any given time, as many as 8,000 children are in need of forever families in wisconsin coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... as the weather turns colder - furnaces are heating up. next, how to avoid being ripped off by shady contractors. and a local entrepreneur bets you'll want to leave home and dine out - on ramen noodles!
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pipes from freezing in the winter. and while it might rare... we foundhom wners around the country who have been vtims of the scam. "it is frustratiyou don't want to get a bad rion ins indury that people are trying to cheat homeowners and convince them to buy someththey don't need." just shed a couple otears )"i and thought, how could someone do this to us?" the couple now wonders how many other people have been scared into making an expensive purchase. (sot-jeremy)"i'm glad i got a secondpinion. that's for sure." today: lots of sun and breezy. ne rerds with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill thupper 30s a wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still moy susk but a bit of a system shock with highs e thper 40s, closer to average. lows
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ramen - leprobably best known as the chea of eats - is undergoing an upgrade of sorts in the culinary rld. wod..and the owners of one new restaurant on milwaukee's east side are betting you'll consider it a delicacy.here are sidifferent ren dishes on the menu at "red light as well as three nds of janese soup dishes, including pork and vegetarian. the eatery in the 1700 block of as a "popup shop" arby. and now 'sing in thcrd. ity, specwith michael schlesinger got a ing news how toea"brothy" noodc 14:56:49i'll go noodles first.largely aboutslurping th an notslurping. slurping the noodle and the soup.
it's time for news on the go... a recap of all your top stories happening at noon. a pedestrian was struck and killed by a truck on i-94 this morning. the deadly crash happened in the northbound oni-94 lanes near college avenue just before 8-30. all lanes were blocked for several hrs but have since reopenedthe medical examiner says the pedestrian w was struck was an adult female. no name has been released...and investigators are trying to determine why she on the freeway. a 42 year old milwaukee man is dead aftern early morning shooting on the city's north side.. police cordoned off a home near 56th street and west philip place around 3 a-m.th medical examiner says the man died at the hospital. a shooter has not been arrested there's a proposal to ban smokeless tobacco products at sporting venues in milwaukee - including at miller park...its passed with full support of a common council committee this morning. the full council will
today: lots of sun and breezy. nearing records with highs in the middle 60s. wind: sw 15-25 mph.tonight: mostly clear. some chill with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. wind: nw 5-15 mph.veterans day: still a mostly sunny sky but a bit of a system shock with highs in the upper 40s, closer to average. lows saturday morning w - 320. wind: sw 5-15 mph. weekend: temperatures rebound back into the middle 50s for saturday and sunday with lots
and tonight - get ready to cheer on a local!a teenager from ?elm grove?.... is on jeopardy's teen tournament tonight!jack () -- a senior at marquette high school--- is competing for 100-thousand dollars.he's up against two young ladies.one is from california.the other from new jersey.he had to take tests?... and go through a ?personality interview? to get on the show.cheer him on ?tonight?... right here on cbs 58 at 6. thanks for joining us.be sure
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