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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
police. we're told tosa p-d has been getting threats ever since the decision was announced monday that charges would ?not? be filed against the officer who shot and killed jay anderson in madison park last june. police are offering few details about the person arrested...but they're sending the case to the d-a for charges. a 9-1-1 call is shedding new light on a frightening attack last month on milwaukee's east side.a letter carrier was jumped when delivering packages near brady street. more now fros parise. a frightened woman called 9-11 when she heard that attack happen on november 17th. ((take sot))"the mailman was just jumped""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,
happened when 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 street to deliever them - and then took off. peller, a 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. ((tag))walters is being appearance - which happens next wednesday. milwaukee police tell me the second suspect is still on the loose and they are still investigating what happened. on the east side im jp cbs 58 3 3 toss to drew drew tonight: variable clouds with subzero wind chill readings in
thursday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs near 24 with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 10-20 mph with gusts to 25.week ahead: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue on/off on sunday, perhaps with accula back for updates. another shot of very cold air will arrive
big changes could be coming to the state's juvenile justice system...that is, if milwaukee county gets its way. way.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live at the milwaukee county courthouse to the county is asking ?the state? to help fund a new, smaller facility...so they can pull some youth offenders ?out? of lincoln hills. (nat. meeting) hector colon, the director of milwaukee county health and human services, says the first question the governor's staff was about costs. (colon) 17;10 17;10"the state has to reform the whole system in order for
some upfront investments but long-term it's going to lead to the better outcomes: reduced recidivism, won't compromise public safety, and will save a lot of money in the process." and the governor's staff - he says - seems at least open to talking about a new 36 bed facility ?operated by milwaukee county?. it would be for non-serious juvenile offenders. (gfx) they're also advocating for the elimination of use of pepper spray... age separation within the facility population... and consideration of shorter stays treatment goals... among many other items. some advocate - who want to be more involved with the proposal - however, say they're still cautious. (moore) 50;22 50;22 "there's some things in here that sound great. you know, it sounds really good. but at the end of the day we kept going back to facility." (roman) 41;37 41;37 "just because we build it here does not mean that we're not going to have the same issues that we're seeing across the state. so if we're not going to address that, and i've heard that we're looking at ways to do that, if we're
going to solve any problem that we have." county executive staff answered by saying that change will have to come incrementally...and they are working toward the same goal. some supervisor also said they wished the county executive had been less secretive leading up to this announcement... but they are planning on holding future events to get public input. live in the milwaukee county courthouse... jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. milwaukee county sheriff david clarke took another swipe at one of his local critics this morning. ..while guest hosting on wisn radio...the sheriff dismissed calls for his resignation. after four recent deaths at the jail. the sheriff moore omokund and brought up an incident ten years ago in which omokunde and others were accused of slashing tires on vans used by republicans to take voters to the polls.the sheriff said "you know what's wrong with the milwaukee county jail? he's not in it.....that's the only thing wrong with the milwaukee county jail." 3 "if there's nothing wrong in our jails, why have four people died in a six month period? that is a problem. if the sheriff doesn't think that's a problem, that's another reason why he should re"
response to the sheriff today. sheriff clarke recently met with president-elect donald trump amid speculation he might be named to a position in the homeland security department. today we learned who trump wants to ?lead? that . department. cbs news confirmed that iowa governor terry branstad...a man china referred to as an old friend...will be the next u-s ambassador to china. and marine corps general john kelly will be named homeland security secretary. we also learned today that time magazine has chosen donald the year for 2016. that award is given each year to the person who, for better or worse, has the greatest influence on the year's events. the magazine cites trump for among other things..." framing tomorrow's political culture by demolishing yesterdays." trump called it a great honor, though he took exception to the cover page calling him president of the "divided" states of amerca. meanwhile a member of the electoral college from texas is talking about his decision ?not? to vote for donald
someone with broad-based legislative and executive experience. someone who can understand the office of the president can't attack the constitution, can't attack journalists because they don't like what they publish. publish. 'chris suprun' plans to vote for a different republican when the electoral college convenes later this month. he doesn't expect his decision to affect the outcome of the vote. in case you're wondering, there is no federal law requiring electors to follow the results of the popular vote, though some states do when the weather gets cold, the green bay packers get hot. at least that's the way it's been during mike mccarthy's tenure as head coach. coach. looks like the packers will have a big challenge sunday from both the weather ?and? the opponent as the seattle seahawks come to lambeau field.cbs 58's kevin holden is here with a look ahead.... seattle might be the toughest team remaining on the packers schedule - and the optimist would say a win helps catapult the pack back into a possible playoff discussion. that's what happened to an
same two teams met early in the year, and a packers win helped give them momentum for weeks. the bitter taste of the 20-15 n-f-c title game remains, too. the green and gold are still black and blue - injuries disrupting several key positions - but there's one advantage seattle can't possibly hope to have sunday. lambeau's ground becomes frozen tundra again - if u believe the weather experts - and green bay just ground out a win in those same conditions just three days ago. 3 3 mccarthy: the biggest thing coming out of that game's probably the weather. the similar sunday. snow and probably colder. i always worry about our young guys. i think to have our players take part in that game, the december weather at lambeau, is the biggest thing we can take away from that game. it's a 3-25 kickoff sunday in green bay. the first place detroit lions will likely be done with their game by then, so we'll get a clearer picture of the pack's playoff chances by the time toe meets leather at lambeau. 3
3 "he is one of five known remaining pearl harbor survivors of the u.s.s. arizona and he stands on stage today for all pearl harbor surv" survivors." 94-year old donald stratton stood tall at today's ceremony marking th of japan's attack at pearl harbor. more than 24-hundred americans lost their lives in that surprise strike. president obama did not attend this ceremony, but in a statement, he paid tribute to those who died and to the millions who responded to defend american liberty after the attack. the president will join japan's prime minister in a historic visit to pearl harbor later this month. students in west allis had some very special visitors toda. today... men and women from the 128th air refueling wing who were serving up smiles.
elementary school in the west allis-west milwaukee school district, saying hello to the kids and serving up "smiley potatoes."they call this "serving up smiles"...an event that coincides with 'operation gratitude', which involves students writing thank you letters to members of the military now serving around the world. "we are making an impression on our young peoples so if they want to follow in our footsteps this is a great time to show them what we do, how we're part of the community and how we serve others not only in our nation but in our local communities." 3 it's approia event was held on pearl harbor anniversary day. it's designed to help students understand the service of men and women in the military. the milwaukee county zoo would like you to know..it's about more than animals..a new report now touting its impact on the lcoal economy. economy. "the zoo has an economic impact in the area of over 155-million dollars." dollars." that figure, from a new study, represents money generated this year from more than 600-thousand people who visit
milwaukee area. and to keep visitors coming the zoo will be adding attractions including one called "adventure africa". "that will take almost 25 percent of the zoo, the original part of the zoo built in the late 50s, early 60s and will transform that into an african plain and several other african associated exhibits. the first one we're gonna start with would be eleph" elephants." that new elephant exhibit should be ready by june of 2018. 3 this is what some parts of the upper midwest looked like today. it's video from north dakota, where a major winter storm virtually shut down much of i-94 through the state. we've seen similar conditions in minnesota...and so we ask chief meteorologist drew burgoyne....is this headed for us?
subzero wind chill readings in spots. lows in the teens. thursday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs near 24 with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 10-20 mph with gusts to 25.week ahead: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chanc snow, and this could continue on/off on sunday, perhaps with accumulation. keep checking back for updates. another shot of very cold air will arrive early next week. 3 tonight: variable clouds with subzero wind chill readings in spots. lows in the teens.
stray flurries possible during the day. highs near 24 with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 10-20 mph with gusts to 25.week ahead: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue on/off on sunday, perhaps with accumulation. keep checking back for of very cold air will arrive early next week.tonight: variable clouds with subzero wind chill readings in spots. lows in the teens. thursday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs near 24 with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw
week ahead: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could 3 today is enough to send chills down your spine. these people are waiting for tomorrow's grand opening of the chick-fil-a restaurant on highway 100. that's because the first 100 in line will win free meals for a year. we spoke with some of the folks in line who seem unusually dedicated to their mission. "these four cows, i won one at each of the four openings that i did. they always have a book box and you bring children's books and the person who brings the most children's books has won the co"
jessica strautmann says the payoff is worth waiting for in the cold. she also says she wouldn't do this for any other restaurant. another green bay packer is dealing with an injury. and it's another key player on defense. 3 next in sports, we'll get the latest injury news from lambeau field. stay with us.
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3 switzer: i interviewed for the secretary of offense. the interview went great. he plans to run the football. he wants to make again! legendary college coach barry switzer hanging out at trump tower. for a second, i thought brian bosworth would pop into that picture. speaking of impact linebackers, the packers will be missing one this sunday. scott grodsky has the latest from lambeau field. 3 3 the hits keep coming for the packers defense. coach mike mccarthy says linebacker nick perry has a significant hand injury and will not play this week. he suffered the injury
tried to stay in the game eventually playing with a club cast. perry has been arguably the defensive mvp this season with so many injured players rotating in and out of the lineup. he has 8 sacks, 48 tackles, 4 pass breakups and an interception...all career highs. sot: clay matthews didn't practice clay matthews sot: career highs. interception...all an pass breakups and an interception...all career highs. sot: clay matthews didn't practice today either as he continues to recover from a shoulder injury. rodgers was limited though both are expected to play....on the bright side offensive linemen jc tretter and tj lang are getting closer to returning. reporting at lambeau field, scott grodsky, cbs 58 sports thanks scott. more from the packers locker room tonight. the badgers have a little more time to prepare for their next game - nearly four weeks to get ready for wisconsin's first ever appearance in the cotton bowl. the sting of losing to penn state in the big ten championship game is in the past for bucky badger,
subzero wind chill readings in spots. lows in the teens. thursday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs near 24 with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 10-20 mph with gusts to 25.week ahead: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue on/off on sunday, perhaps with accumulation. keep checking back for updates. another shot of very cold air will arrive early next week.
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