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we'll see you next time! a stranger in cudahy relentless in his pursuit of a 13 year old girl who was just trying to walk home. home.police say he made sexual comments to the young girl. and now police want to know who the man is. is.cbs 58's lindsey branwall joins us live from the newsroom with details...lindsey. it happened just blocks away from el and from this police station...where investigators are hoping for a witness to come forward and bring a predator to justice. the 13 year old girl was approached three times by this man. once driving by, again on the corner of swift and holmes, and a third time downthe bloack at swift and edgerton. during these encounters the man made sexual comments to her and propositioned her for sex.this happened at 4 o'clock
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walking home. we spoke to a family friend who says the 13-year-old is okay and back at school today... although still shaken up. neighbors are shocked to hear of this happening, and shocked to hear of this happening, and are keeping a closer eye on their kids. 3 "always keeping the kids close and always with them. if they're outside playing i'm usually outside with them. i don't let them roam or anything"// //"just the fact something like that could happen around here people like that, i have very little tolerance for. to be honest i hate it in my neighborhood" neighborhood" 3 the 13 year old was able to give police a description. she says he was a white man with average to heavy build in his 20s or 30s. he had a long brown beard... about chest length. length.and was driving a blue or gray newer model 4 door. police say they are in he process of searching for this man, if anyone has any information, you're asked to call cudahy police.reporting live in cudahy, lindsey branwall, cbs 58 news.
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behind bars for having sex with a teenage student.cbs 58's kyle aevermann was there for the sentencing of sara domres. 3 domres appeared in court with her attorney and said she was sorry for what she did.the 29 year old was criminally charged in april for having a sexual relationship with a 16 year old student.court documents say that during the 2015-2016 school year, domres and the students had sexual intercourse a number of times and had exchanged hundreds of text messages.some of which were inappropriate former teacher at new berlin west, addressed the court before her sentence. she broke down and said she was sorry. sorry.i'm sorry to the victim and his family and everyone else i'd do anything to take it back i can't change the past so all i can do is be resiliant and move for. forward.domres was taken into custody her time will be slplit between prison and post
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ka cbs 58 news. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 tonight...partly to mostly cloudy. lows around 18. chills in the single winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 17. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light snow
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mid 20s. saturday night...snow likely. light snow accumulations. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. highs around 30. 3 west allis police are still looking for a driver who was eeding through the city early this morning. morning.an officer saw the car speeding on beacher just before one a-m. police put down stop sticks at 60th and burham. they later found the crashed vehicle near the highway on hawley road less
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driver...but couldn't find him. new today at four --- the milwaukee county sheriff's office has a warning about a phone scam. scam.a scammer has been calling homes.. saying he's a sheriff's deputy. deputy.then tells the residents they missed jury duty and if they don't pay a fine.. they could be arrested.one person gave the scammer one- thousand dollars on a pre-paird credit card. card.the sheriff's office does not call about jury duty and will not threaten arrest for failure to pay fines.if this has happened to you call 414-278-4788 to report it. police are still trying to find one of the men who attacked a postal worker as he delievered mail on milwaukee's east side.for the first time --- we're hearing the 911 call that went out when the attack happened. cbs 58's julie parise has the story. one suspect is in custody andanother still on the loose as police continue to investiage the attack that happened here last month.now the 911 call is shedding light on what happened. 911 caller: "the mailman was just jumped" jumped"a frightened woman called 9-11 when she heard her
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happened on the east side on november 17th 911:"okay, does he need an ambulance?""you know what, he was in the back of the house, we're not going back there were two that jump him, i have no idea"okay, is it still happening righ t now?" "that's what i've been told, yes"mail carrier scott peller was trying to deliver two packages to 1634 north arlinton place.according to a report, two men knocked the boxes out of peller's hands as he walked down the steps - and then took off. 23-year-veteran of the postal service, chased after the two men.he screamed at them to stop, saying it was a federal crime to steal the mail. eventually one of the suspects, daryl walters was arrested.he appeared in court last week on this offense. offense.walters is being held until his next court appearance - which happens next wednesday. milwaukee police tell me they are looking for that second suspect and are investigating
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what police in west salem thought was a freak accident...turned out to be a homicide. 46-year-old todd kendhammer is now facing homicide charges after he allegedly lied about his wife died. back in september police were called to an accident on a rural wisconsin road. they found a woman dead in the passenger seat. her husband, todd kendhammer said a metal pipe had fallen off a passing truck, bounced off the road and came through their windshield killing his wife. investigation...police don't beleieve that's what really happened. "the windshield appears to have been struck more than one time and the defendent's statements about how it happend, the complaint talks about the autopsy and how injuries weren't consistent with a single pipe coming thorugh the windshield." windshield." investigators say there were sevearl other red flags. they found that no one had actually been seated in the front passenger seat when the windshield was damaged. if
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children playing along a beach in door county discovered human bones in the sand...but experts believe there's nothing sinister about the find. find."we examined the remains and one of the things we noted that there was a lack of any dental work on the teeth and the bones appeared to be very old and brittle, no clothing or artifacts accompanied them." the remains were found in the bailey's harbor area. a similar discovery was me turned out to be 100-year-old remains of a native american. the sheriff's office is almost certain these remains are also ancient native american. but it will be up to the dane county medical examiner to confirm. panic at a school in green bay yesterday after it was discovered children may have been playing with mercury. mercury.emergency vehicles surrounded lincoln elementary after it was discovered a child may have brought a vile of the heavy metal to school. it started on the playground. a group of fifth-grade students were playing with the dangerous substance...then
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police believe once inside...three mililiters were spilled...a relatively small amount. "mercury is not real toxic for someone who gets it on their skin, it's a very heavy metal, it rolls off easily, the bigger concern is the inhilation of mercury." mercury." the students were gathered in the school's cafeteria...away from the contaminated spots. all students were checked out...and were fine. no word where the child got the vile of mercury from. 3 memorial ceremony for the attack on pearl harbor. 3 and... the men and women of our military like you've never seen them before...serving up smiles at several local schools... 3 plus --- meterologist rebecca schuld will return with your
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today the nation marks the 75-th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor. survivors from all over the country are gathering in hawaii and reflecting on the historic day...including one man from wisconsin. wisconsin."we fought the fire for two days and had to let it cool down for 6, i forget 7
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ship for 8-9 days under where the officer's quarters are and turret number 3 and 4 to bring bodies out." out." 95 year old lou conter was on board the u-s-s arizona.the ship took four direct hits from japanese planes. it was one of the most heavily damaged vessels on battleship row that day. conter says he made the most of his survival. "came home got married, had children, an great grand children, and lived a big life. they lost theirs immediately and they're the ones that should be called the heroes." heroes." eleven hundred men from the u-s-s arizona perished that day. hundreds who survived the attack attended a memorial ceremony in hawaii today. today."music" "music" 3 four thousand people took part in the ceremony...including
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today. the iconic memorial that sits over the wreckage of the battleship arizona is the backdrop for the ceremony. other service members were also recognized today...and drew inspiration from the suriving pearl harbor veterans. and this afternoon in our stories a chance to devote some extra attention to the next generation of the men and the women in our military and how they're finding many ways to serve.. and on this day in particular serving up smiles.. we have tankers tankersairmen with milwaukee's 128th air refueling wing answering the call to show the youngest of citizens who it is that's protecting our country. fanning out to our country. fanning out to elemtentary schools in west allis and west milwaukee.the chief master sgt. tom fredrickson is a milwaukee native. native.chief master sgt. tom fredickson, u.s. air force: we want to make sure the link between the military and the community is a strong one because we couldn't do what we do without the community." community."hosting the luncheon's the school district's food service
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smiley potatoes.for years they've hosted events like this in the past, many times inviting local law enforcement. enforcement.gayle laroy, sodexo food provider: this year we decided because its the 75th anniversary of the pearl harbor bombing to get to the 128th to be invovled we were fortunate because my son is a member and it progressed from there and they provided more people than we ever expect. expected.you need to learn for another native now serving in milwaukee's hometown air force ..2nd lieutnenat jenny lenski ..this gives her a chance to melt away the intimidation factor that the uniform can carry.a rare opportunity at the most wondeful time of year. year.2nd lt. jenna lenski, public affairs officer: this may be the one time that children interact with the military. we want to be personable with them and show appreciation for the support
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the serving up of smiles doesn't stop there..the children are putting together handmade cards and letters which sodexo will be mailing to wisconsin service men and women..a taste of home..when so very far way. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is next...stay tuned.
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to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. saturday night...snow likely. accumulations. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. highs around 30. tonight...partly to mostly cloudy. lows around 18. chills in the single digits. west
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3 3 decorating for the holidays is easier than ever thanks to new technology. at look at some of the latest gadets to make your season a little
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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. but a dual complete lp plan can add even more benefits you'll have lots of doctors and hospitals to choose from, prescription drug coverage, and other important benefits. like routine dental exams and cleanings for a $0 co-pay, $1,500 in comprehensive dental care, and rides to and from your doctor or local pharmacy. you'll even get a health products catalog, with credits you can use to shop for everyday things,
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no additional cost to you. remember, if you live in wisconsin... and have these two cards, chances are, you could get a dual complete lp plan. so call now to talk with us and learn more. or ask to have a licensed agent visit your home and take you through everything, step by step. we know healthcare can be confusing. unitedhealthcare can straighten things out. with over 30 years of experience, with a dual complete lp plan you'll have a wide choice of doctors to choose from, prescription drug coverage... dental care, and rides to your doctor... all at no additional cost. you have medicare. you have medicaid. you may be eligible for dual complete. so call the number on your screen now to see if you're eligible or to enroll...
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3 coming up -- after all the probelms coming up -- after all the probelms at the lincoln hills correctional facility...milwaukee begins weighing options for a facility in our area. 3 and --- what kind of impact does the milwaukee county zoo have on the local economy...a zoo have on the local economy...a new report is just out.. 3 and is sheriff david clarke out of the running for a white house cabinet position?. those stories and more plus your weather adlines...when the cbs 58 news at four continues.
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today...milwaukee county board members discussed the future of lincoln hills... hills...and the possibility of pulling local children from the state run facility and putting them in a local one. one.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad is live with more..jacob the main point of discuio interest in a new ?smaller? facility operated by milwaukee county. now...> nothing's set yet but there's a few thing in play.> first - milwaukee county health and human services is asking for the state for money for the project.> hector colon - director of the county's health and human services - says ?yes?, the governor's office - in a discussion - asked questions about costs... > but colon feels future savings are real incentives - and, as a result, ?real?
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the table.> but even more persuasive - in his mind - is the effect the change would have on children currently sent to lincoln hills. "we don't believe in facilities. we don't believe that that is the answer either. but from a practical perspective, kids are still going to lincoln hills. so if that secure facility is going to exist we ask that it be close to home and it address behavoral and pro-social skills to help these indu although there is no hard plan at this point...the jumping off point for the facility would be 36 beds serving non-serious juvenile offenders. there's also a list on how the juvenile justice system would be change potentially.we'll take a closer look at that coming up on the news at 4 and 5 o'clock. live in mke jk cbs 58 news. meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready
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tonight...partly to mostly cloudy. lows around 18. chills in the single digits. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 17. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday...partly sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. saturday night...snow likely. light snow accumulations. lows in the lower 20s. chance of snow 70 percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light
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new at four --- muskego police nabbed a guy over the weekend for rigging gambling machines. 50-year-old kietmassey was arrested saturday at a mobil gas station. police say he fed a twenty dollar bill into a gambling machine...then pulled
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this at gas stations and casinos all across the state. a new report says the milwaukee untycozoo is enhancing our quality of life and having a big impact on the local economy.here's cbs 58 morning news anchor mike curkov. the milwaukee county zoo released a study today estimating the economic impact the zoo has on the region. they guess it contributes about $155 million to the economy and about 1400 jobs to the economy. economy."they come from the expenditures that the school makes, what we buy with our -2 the people that come here, come into the area and spend money. whether it's a gas station, a restaurant, staying overnight and then in turn, those people that are working in those facilities, they put their money back into the economy too. so, all that together makes up over $155 economic impact by the zoo." we're also starting to hear more about the $44 million improvement projects happening at the zoo over the next 5 to 10 years. it starts with a new
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"standards have changed as far as keeping elephants in captivity. the association of zoos and aquariums changed their standards about three years ago. and to comply with those, we need to produce a new elephant exhibit and we'll start on that shortly." shortly."the first phase of adventure africa is scheduled to be completed by june 2018, at the mke co. zoo mc cbs 58 news. cbs news reporting president-elect trump has chosen a secretary of homeland security...and it is ?not? milwaukee county sheriff the idea of filling the position right here on the cbs 58 news at four. he met with trump in new york last week. so it's unclear if he's up for another postion or out of the running completely. clarke filled in as radio host on the "jay weber show" in milwaukee this morning and sounded off on reaction to the president-elect's cabinet picks. "after nearly every announcement of a cabinet selection the dems immediately
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ink hardly dried on the news releaese and they attacked it." it." cbs news says trump has chosen general john kelly to run the department of homeland security and the that the offical announcement will be made in the coming days. days.the sheriff released this statement about the pick saying...trump gets to decide who he wants to fill these positions. i like his decision on gen kelly as i do all the others he's made. trump's election was all that was important to me. for more on that pick and trump's efforts to fill other open positions...cbs' kenneth craig reports from new york. president elect donald trump welcomed a surprising guest to his new york city tower wednesday - democratic heavyweight rahm emanuel. the chicago mayor hand-delivered a letter from 14 other u.s. mayors. it calls for mr. trump to keep president obama's policy that prevents undocumented immigrants from being deported if they were brought here as children. children."we are clear as
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who are seeking the american dream, and we sould embrace them rather than do a bait-and-" bait-and-switch."emmanuel is the latest in a series of unexpected visitors here at trump tower. yesterday mister trump met with former vice president al gore.and today the president elect confirmed during a phone interview with nbc's today show---that former ?rival mitt romney is still in the running for secretary of state. "i've spoken toim a lot. we've come a long way together. we had some tremendous and now i think we've come a long way."mr. trump has made several other choices. cbs news has learned scott pruitt will be named the head of the environmental protection agency. pruitt fought e-p-a rules while oklahoma's attorney general.retired marine corps general john kelly will be the nominee for the department of homeland security.and iowa's long- serving governor, terry branstad, will be named the next ambassador to china. kenneth craig, cbs news, new
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all but one victim has been identified in that warehouse fire in oakland. fire officials say there are no more victims to be found in the burned-out remains of the building.in the days since the tragedy, it's come to light that were numerous complaints about the building..used by artisits and as a party space. why nothing was done about it still unclear. "the pmittedse of for the warehouse is as a commercial space. it was not permitted for residential use nor public assembly use." use." 36 people died. investigators say they're looking into whether an appliance..possibly a refrigerator or electrical chords are to blame. prs saecutorhe was trying to art a race war. and if dylann roof is found guilty of shooting nine people inside a facing the death penalty. that trial got underway toy...cbs' hall reports. family members of the victims of the charleston church
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courthouse wednesday morning where the murder trial of the alleged shooter got underway. 22ear oldylann roof is accused of inblack parishioners during bible study at the historic emanuel a.m.e. church in 2015. authorities say he told them he didt because he wanted to start a race war. during opening statements, a federal prosecutor said roofa was n with a cold and hateful heart. felicia sanders was the t to take the stand. she survived the shooting but her y not. sied he crhe scribed watchg him take to preotect her and the others. others.roof's lawyer told the ju he is not disputing that crimes. he also said he might call anessey witnduring this part of the trial.if convicted, roof the death penay. hiattorney tried hinat reasons why his client dn'tshoule put to death, but prosecutors objected, saying he should
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represent himselduring that part e proceedings. marlal c news, charleston, uth cara. at l7 peeast 9le ared after powe earthquake hit northern indonesia ghany ovnimore are fe the rubble. crews are using construction equpment and their hands to dig for rivors. around five-am local tis many weppang for morning ayn ju moments...at least a dozen mosques weflattened. this earthquake and sunami of 2004 that killed re than ng up - lking eople.3 brightide mahelp yiv longer...how oimism is xpecy.e 3 c sayswe'veit milestone when icome erokin the u-s...those stories ahead in your heth watch. 3 plus..hy theprice tag on people upset with a major
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in today's money watch -- an 85-billion dollar megamedia deal is being defended on capitol hill today. time warner and at-and-t are trying to convince senators that a merger of their two companies is pro-consmer. consmer.top execs froeach company are testifying...so is an outside billionare tech entrepreneur...who's in support of the merger.critics say the mega-merger move would kill competition. 3 the u-s supreme court has made it easier for some insider trading cases to be prosecuted. the justices unamiously upheld conviction of a man accused of conspiracy to committ fraud. after he benefited from stock trades based on insider information.sharing corporate secrets with friends or relatives is illegal. and this new court rulings says the law is still broken even if the inder doesn't receive anything of value. 3 j-p morgan chase has been fined 360-million dollars for manipulating a key interest rate.that rate determines home loans and other financial products around europe. j-p
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rate. and says it plans to appeal. there are fewer people than ever smoking cigarettes in the united states. the c-d-c says the number of smokers is down to 36-point- five billion. that may not sound like a low number...but it's the first time it's ever dropped below 40 million peopleng adults are responsible for the rgest cline. the only group that showed an increase was medicaid recipients.ducaeon made a b difference too -- the more education a person to smoke. smoking rates are twice as high for people living below the poverty line. 3 a survey in the british medical journal finds the majority of adults in the u-s incorrectly believe that additives in cigarettes are more harmful than cigarette smoke. researchers also found many of those surveyed mistakenly thought cigarette filters effectively trap toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke. 3
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farm may protect children from allergies. they found kids are exposed to dust which increases a protein in their blood that builds up a tolerance and protects their immune systems. a positive outlook on life could reap major health benefits. dr. mallika marshall has more on the latest research from boston. 3 a new study shows an optimistic outlook on life may help you live longer. we found that when comparing we found that when comparing the most optimistic to the least optimistic women people had a reduced risk of dying from cancer, infection, stroke, heart disease, and lung disease dr. eric kim and researchers from harvard t.h. chan school of public health looked at data on 70-thousand women over 8 years. the most optimistic women had a nearly 30% lower risk of dying. it seems to have the most effect on cardiovascular outcomes and
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outcomesresearchers say taking steps to boost your optimism might also lead to healthy behaviors and better coping skills.doctor kim says there are some easy ways to do that. one is called best possible self. so you think about your different domains of life whether its your personal relationship your spouse your career your friendships and in each of those domains you think about the best possible outcome to increase optimism, you can also write down three things you are grateful for each night and make a list of the kind things you've for others. dr. mallika marshall, cbs news, boston. nordstrom is selling a ?rock? for 85 dollars...and it's causing quite an uproar online. online.the rock comes in a little leather pouch. the maker, "made solid", doesn't have a real answer for the rocks purpose or the price tag. but has some suggstions for what to do with it. like...use it as a paper weight or a conversation piece. comments have been g in about the
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ground is so expensive. but for shoppers on a budget don't worry...there's also a smaller version of the rock being sold for a modest 65 dollars. 3 your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is
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? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's 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 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 or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high potassium in your blood.
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tonight...partly to mostly cloudy. lows around 18. chills in the single digits. west winds 10 to 15 mph. thursday...cloudy. scattered flurries in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. west winds 10 to 20 mph. thursday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 17. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. sunny. highs in the lower 20s. northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. friday night...mostly cloudy. lows around 14. saturday...mostly cloudy. a 50 percent chance of light snow in the afternoon. highs in the mid 20s. saturday night...snow likely. light snow accumulations. lows in the
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percent. sunday...cloudy with a 50 percent chance of light snow. highs around 30.
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how much would you pay for a christmas tree? we may have found the most expensive one in the country...we'll tell
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3 the holidays can get expensive...but in new york the cost of a christmas tree is getting a little out of hand. there's a business in greenwich village that's got a
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bucks?. there are other trees available at the nursery too...the cheapest one about sixty bucks.one employee explains why. "you have to consider the weather five years ago, seven years ago, 10 years ago. you hear every summer about the droughts but you don't think about that come christmas time when you're buying a christmas tree. these guys have to pay for their water." 3 if you can believe it...that thousand dollar tree -- has already sold! for new yorkers who aren't ready to break the bank on a tree...there are much less expensive options...outside greenwich thanks for watching the news
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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. but a dual complete lp plan can add even more benefits you'll have lots of doctors and hospitals to choose from, prescription drug coverage, and other important benefits. like routine dental exams and cleanings for a $0 co-pay, $1,500 in comprehensive dental care, and rides to and from your doctor or local pharmacy. you'll even get a health products catalog, with credits you can use to shop for everyday things,
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there's no additional cost to you. remember, if you live in wisconsin... and have these two cards, chances are, you could get a dual complete lp plan. so call now to talk with us and learn more. or ask to have a licensed agent visit your home and take you through everything, step by step. we know healthcare can be confusing. unitedhealthcare can straighten things out. with over 30 years of experience, with a dual complete lp plan you'll have a wide choice of doctors to choose from, prescription drug coverage... dental care, and rides to your doctor... all at no additional cost. you have medicare. you have medicaid. you may be eligible for dual complete. so call the number on your screen now to see if you're eligible or to enroll...
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that's why we keep our doors locked, keep our kids close. don't run the neighborhood. i make sure i can see them." them."locking the doors in cudahy. neighbors are worried tonight about reports of a potential sex predator on their streets. 3 that's tonight's top o man accused of trying to entice a 13-year-old girl for s. sex.it happened around 4 o'clock yesterday as the girl was walking home-- and the suspect stopped more than once ..relentless in his pursuit of the teen.cbs 58's lindsey branwall has the latest from cudahy. the encounter happened just blocks from where i'm standing. luckily, the girl is alright, a family friend tells us she's back at school today, but a little shaken up.?nat of kids
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danielle morales usually doesn't have to worry.6:05 danielle morales morales"quiet, i think. it's safe. i like it good for kids" but last night a family member warned her...8:13 or 8:19 danielle morales"she told my daughter and my daughter told me"a man propositioned a 13 year old girl for sex on her blockneighbors say it's uncharacteristic in this sleepy neighborhood ?leaf shot? 13:16michael brown brown"there's actually an elementary school down there, a high school down that way, and another elementary school a few blocks past this one, so i'm uneasy"?nat of elementary kids? 3 schools and the police station, all within blocks of where this happened.?take map? the 13 year old told police was she approached three times by this man while walking home once driving by, again on the corner of swift and holmes, and a third time on the 38- hundred block of east edgerton avenue.neighbors will be keeping their eyes open12:48 michael brown"i'm definitely keeping a closer eye out now."
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morales"they don't walk home. i pick them up make sure they're safe."on your screen is a description of the man. white, with an average to heavy build, in his 20s or 30s with a brown beard... about chest length. if anyone has any information, you're asked to call cudahy police.reporting in cudahy, lindsey branwall, cbs 58 news. former new berlin high school teacher sara domres apologized in court today for having a al teenage student. student. "i've grown up surrounded by children and occupations that allowed me to work with children, so it rips me apart inside to know that i will now be labeled as a registered sex offender, when i truly feel i am the furthest thing from one." one." a judge gave domres two years behind bars, plus extended supervision. domres was fired from her teaching job after she was charged. and then she plead guilty to two counts. new at five, wauwatosa police say they've arrested one

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