tv CBS 58 Morning News 6am CBS December 13, 2016 6:00am-7:01am CST
i'm julie parise... 3 i'm kyle aevermann 3 good morning.it's tuesday, december 13-th. 13-th.thanks for joining us! we'll get to your top stories in two minutes. minutes. but first-- we need to prepare you for the temps outside this morning.you need to bundle up big time!meteorologist michael schlesinger is tracking the drop in temps... and traffic anchor andy brovelli is here to reinforce the luxury of a seat warmer on days like this! 3 3
roads are still slick in spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may still be snow covered. 3 new this morning... one person is dead and three others are hurt after a bad crash in kenosha. it happened along 1-94 at highway 142... around 11 last night.according to the kenosha county sheriffs department.. a woman driving a volkswagon spun out.. and crashed into the median. the car was then hit by a chevy astro van. the woman in the volkswagon died
in the van were taken to a local hospital... with moderate to serious injuries. the south-bound lanes of 1-94 were closed shortly after the crash... and re-opened around three this morning. 3 now to a developing story... ...police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a 15- year-old girl last night on milwaukee's north side. it happened at a home near 35th and silver spring. cbs 58's julie parise is live in the newsroom....with the latest on the investigation. family members tell us melanie johnson was inside yesterday just before six o clock. police say that's when bullets flew threw the kitchen window, hitting and killing her. this is 15-year-old melanie johnson.her family says she lives at home with her mother and siblings.she went to john marshall school in milwaukee. milwaukee police do not believe this was a drive by attack or that melanie was the target -- but they arent sure. at this point, police don't have a motive or information on a suspect in this shooting. we spoke last night with melanie's sister.she says her sister is just the latest victim to a violence problem here in milwaukee.
many kids losing their life with nonsense violence. put the guns down, please. give every child a time to grow up. johnson's sister says she spoke to melanie just hours before she was killed. and she doesn't believe her sister has any enemies.the famly urges anyone with information to come forwardlive in the newsroom im jp cbs 58 3 looking ahead--- a milwaukee man charged with the murder of ?three of his neighbors?... is expected in ourt today f "competency hearing." hearing."police say... back in march -- "dan popp" asked people in his apartment building near 92nd and beloit... where they were from -- then shot and killed three of them.popp's attorneys have ?challenged? a doctor's finding... that their client is "mentally capable" to stand trial. popp faces three counts of first degree intentional homicide and one count of ?attempted? homicide. 3 milwaukee police are looking for three suspects... accused of robbing three stores in a 30-minute span on the city's northwest side. side.police say the men robbed
'n save employee tried to sp them... one of the suspects punchee employee. if you know who these men are... you're asked to call milwaukee police. bed bugs have invaded a building... again. again.milwaukee county officials say a dog detected bed bugs inside the marcia coggs center in downtown milwaukee..the building was dealing with the same problem just over a year ago...last night-- we saw crews with batzner pest control unloading equipment to go inside the county says it found out late last week that a small number of bed bugs were found in an isolated area of the coggs center... the building at 12th and va-leet houses several health and human services government agencies... a cospokesperson tells us bed bug reports are common in public spaces... and often times, they come in off of visitors. 3 also says -- "the county has an active pest control contractso that we can both take proactive measures to
remediation is needed."we're told the coggs building remains safely open to employees and the public..for ways to otect yourself from bed bugs in public places -- click on newslinks at cbs 58 dot com. 3 a former packers player is sued... oveaims hdidn't pay a woman thousands of dollars he owed her.according to the criminal complaint... santana dotson owes a mukwonago woman nearly 300- thousand dollars. dollars.the mplaint alleges in 20-14... and accuses him k of making unauthorized purchases on her while the case is still in its early stages, a local attorney explains the next potential steps. there's a possibility that there might be counter claims filed. he may allege that if this was a business relationship that she in fact owes him. or that any debts were satisfied. or the allege about the unauthorized use of the credit card, maybe there was authorization for that. 3 3 the relationshp between dotson and the woman is unclear.
over... and state election officials have confirmed donald trump won wisconsin.now the president-elect will be in west allis as part of his "thank you" victory tour. tour.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from the wisconsin state fairgrounds with our look ahead... kyle? set up for president elect trump's trip will resume later on this morning. we're learning more about who will attend the tour tonight. that will include. governor scot walker, house speaker paul ryan, senator ron hn this trip has been planned for about a week now.... but it comes just a little more than 24 hours after wisconsin completed it's recount.the recount added less than 2- thousand votes total... and increased trump's margin of victory by 131 votes.something trump is likely going to address tonight.going into the recount state offiicals didn't expect the outcome to be any differnt....but some questioned whether the tabulating machines were at
yesterday. "we found no evidence of any hack in terms of our computer infrastructure system. there was no evidence that the numbers reported had anything to do with a hack of our technology" doors open at 4... and rally starts tonight at 7.live in west allis. kyle aevermann. cbs58 news. still ahead--- giving back for every touchdown from the green and gold!we look ahead to see which event is doing just that! that! plus..are the packers playoff ready?we hear from coach mcarthy on what the team is
these freezing temps couldn't come at a better time if you've been jonesing for some outdoor ice skating.the "slice of ice" ice rink at red arrow park in downtown milwaukee opens today at 3.then, on december 21st, they'll celebrate the start of the season with something called "holiday hoopla' -- with live music and goodie bags for the first 100 families who show up. 3
3chat... chat... forecast...today...colder. partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22
thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs around 6. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly cloudy. a 20 percent chance of light snow after midnight. lows near zero. . friday...cloudy. chance of light snow in the morning...then snow likely in the afternoon. not as light snow accumulations. highs around 20. chance of snow 70 percent. ((???1:30 seconds??)) seconds??))
sunday's dismantling of the seattle seahawks has a lot of fans hopeful about the playoffs.after losing four straight... the packers have now won three in a row. row.the defense has been better in those games and last week.. picked off five "russell wilson" passes in he head coach mike mccarthy says that has a lot to do with having healthy bodies.the secondary habeen under-manned for most of the season.still, they find themselves on the outside looking in... and that's what mccarthy stressed. "i think it's simplify things in your life. especially when you're the leader for your football team. we've made it real simple. we've talked about this time and time again. if we get ten wins, then let's talk about the playoffs. until then, it's all white noise." noise." the packers head to soldier
chicago bears this sunday. "sargento foods" is celebrating another year of the ?touchdowns for charity? program... with a tailgate party today!during football season--- "sargento" donates ?one-thousand dollars to hunger task force?... for every packers touchdown. volunteers... partners... sponsors... and donors are invited to attend today's event as a thank you for their support.this is also when we'll find out just how much money is being donated.the event starts at 8:30 this morning at the hunger task force warehouse on hawley court. department does a good deed off the ice...g people to stay ice...the rescue story with a
in national news--- police are looking for the man who ?shot and wounded? four people near sacramento last night. night.investigators say he shot the victims through a closed door of an apartment in north highlands, california. california.one woman was critically hurt... while three others are listed in serious
in the apartment at the time... including some children as young as ?four?. police believe the gunman is the ex-boyfriend of someone who was in the apartment.but they're not sure yet if he was acting alone. 3 two police officers are hurt after they were ?shot? during a traffic stop in lavonia, georgia. one officer was shot in the shoulder. the other... in the leg and hand.the officers were arresting the driver... after pulling over the car.they say it was stolen. according to the chief--- both officers were taken to the hospital for their injuries. st. mary's sacred heart hospital was on lockdown as ofrs suspect. the suspect is now in custody, but has not been identified, 3 the victims of a deadly shooting at an orlando, florida nightclub are being remembered.yesterday marked ?six months? since a gunman killed 49 people and hurt 53 others at the pulse nightclub. included among several events around the city was one at the orange county regional history center, with remarks from community leaders, musical performances and a memorial reading of the names of those who died.the massacre... the deadliest mass shooting in
the country and the world. 3 law enforcement officials from multiple agencies have announcedthat 38 "nrious" gang members are in custody. the so-called vermont corridor task force began investigating in 2015....after an increase in gang violence in a four- square-mile area along vermont avenue.the crimes included nine murders...as well as attempted murders and sexual assaults.authorities say of the 38 arrestees... 29 have been prosecuted so far. 3 bill cosby is facing a key pre-trial he pennsylvania today.he's facing aggravated indecent assault charges, for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand. constand.she's a former temple university employee, who says cosby assaulted her at his home near philadelphia in 2004. today's hearing will focus on 13-other women who leveled similar accusations against cosby.a judge needs to decide whether their testimoni should be allowed as evidence in the trial.the hearing in montgomery county is expected to last for two days. 3 police in oregon have arrested
money from the salvation army they say jeremiah tracy took donation kettles from two stores in oregon city and canby this month.the kettles were left unattended while salvation army volunteers were on their breaks.investigators say they identified tracy through a store surveillance video. they later found one of the stolen kettles at his home. officers believe 19-year-old tracy took up to 170-dollars. he's now facing three counts of theft charges. a moose-- left stranded in a partly brunswick-- gets rescued by fir. firefighters.check this out! the fire department says they led the moose ashore.then the moose climbed the bank itself... and left running for the woods. 3 a similar sight in dousman... but this time it was a goose. firefighters resuced the bird... who was trapped on an icy pond.turns out somebody
and wound up falling through the ice. they got out okay and that's when the professionals took over.the rescued goose is now rehabbing at a wildlife center. 3 dozens of hospitalized kids get a special visit from nfl player ryan kerrigan. the redskins linebacker made special deliveries to pedic annual reindeer rush event. event.with teddy bears in tow, the football star posed for photos ...shook hands, signed autographs and handed out toys to the kids. kerrigan says this is one day he looks forward to all year. :30-:35 "hopefully with events we have today we can bring them a little bit of happiness during an otherwise trying time." 3 the childrens parents say kerrigan's visit is a nice distraction from doctors and test many of the kids will spend the holidays in the hospital. 3
you now have hundreds of new emi's available to you. they're part of a software update that was launched yesterday. the new emoji's include new types of facial expressions and emotions ...such as face palm, shrug and fingers crossed.there is also a "barf" emoji, as well as a "pinohio face." other emoji's depict new profeions, animals and foods. 3 still ahead...its something you dont see everyday! we explain how this friendly guy is helping patients at a senior center.
around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west wis 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph.ind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. 3 3 roads are still slick in spots. freeway has been treated but the shoulders may still be icy... secondary roadways may still be snow covered. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch
3 3 a senior center in alaska is using something a little unorthodox and bring hope to its patients. check him out - his name is bacon!besides being a lking vacuum cleaner - bacon provides stimulation to residents, many of whom have alzheimer's.workers say getting patients to smile... just a little bit goes a very
temperatures are inthe mid-teens in parts of our state and across the country. yet .. we're bracing ourselves for even colder weather. bundle up today... and ?pre?... because this is just the beginning. meteorologist michael schlesinger... gets you ready for the cold, cold weather this week. 3 continue to watch for icy patches both on and off the frways...secondary roads may still be snow covered...an good morning, evyone. it's tuesday december 13th. a blast of cold air is slamming our area ... and other parts he country.and this is just the begning. 3 3 te chappell and michael schlesinger are in the weather center this morning.morning!
((30 second tease 15 seconds ah) today...colder. partly sunny inmorning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonit...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...part sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 20 3 freezing cold temperatures are gripping much of the country..and forecasters predict this could be one of e coldest seans in years. hena diels has more. a surge of arctic air is
temperatures from the northern plains into new england. winter storm warnings have been issued for states from southern wisconsin to as far east as southern maine (sot/mon0219)we have all hands for a storm like this, whether its 10 hors or 36 hours, we will have everyone in (track/mon0038)heavy snow and freezing rain caused treacherous driving conditions from the great lakes to the northeast. (track/mon0230)in gorham, maine e rson died after icy conditions caused an s-u-v to spin into oncoming traffic and collide with a dump truck. gorham police chief/mon0230) "slow down, the roads are slicand if you feel you have traction until you don't, and then by the time you lose it, it's too late." (nats/mon0325/0:01)shoveling (track/mon0325)much of the midwest is digging out after some aas recved over ten inches of snowfall. (sot/elesha ellwanger the painted fox owner/:40)we knew it was comg so, people were prepared, had their shovels//it's all part of the fun...gets you in the spirit of the holidays(track) that storm system is just the beginning. parts of the country will see wind-chills
next batch moving in wednesday through friday in the northern tier of the u-s and the harshest of it moving down to new england by the end of this week (track)forecasters expect the coldest weather of the season to move into the region is weekendhena daniels cbs news 3 forecasters say the snow and cold aren't going away anytime soon..like last year when the region had record warmth. 3 a 55-year-old man collapses while shoveling snow and later hospital.milwaukee police found the man outside his house on 23rd and keefe yesterday. police brought him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.lasyear cbs 58 reported on five snow shoveling deaths in the milwaukee area.this is the first reported death relating to the snow this season. 3 to stay up to date on the latest weather alerts and track winter weather... just download the cbs 58 mobile weather app. it's free for android and i-phones. new this morning-- a milwaukee man was taken to the hospital
it happened around 12:30 this morning ... in a home near 4-th and center in milwaukee. police say.... several people started arguing... when a 49-year-old man was shot. he was taken to a local hospital-- but is expected to make it.police say... they have several leads on a potential suspect. now to a ?developing? story on milwaukee's north side -- a ?teenager? shot to death. melanie johnson was shot and killed while inside her family's home just before dinnertime yesterday. police are still searching for a suspect -- and a motive. cbs 58's julie parise isiv latest on the investigation. it was just before six o'clock last night when police say bullets flew threw the kitchen window at melanie johnson'home near 35th and silver spring. she was hit and killed -- the rest of her family was inside but not hurt. this is 15-yd ear-olmelanie johnson.her family says she lives at home with her mother and siblings.she went to john marshall school in milwaukee. milwaukee police do not believe this was a drive by attack or that melanie was the target -- but they arent sure.
stages.we did speak last night with melanie's sister.she says she spoke to her hours before she was killed. she was awesome. a gemini, like me. of course thats why we got along so well. she was..t was...perfect johnson's sister says she spoke to melanie just hours before she was killed. and she doesn't believe her sister has any enemies.the famly urges anyone with information to come forwardmike? looking ahead this morning ... it's official. president elect donald trump has selected exxon-mobil ceo rex tillerson as his secretary of state. the news comes just hours before the president elect will make his first stop in the badger state after the election. cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from wisconsin state fair park with a preview. kyle? the exposition center here at state fair park is expected to be packed tht with state offiicals like govenor scott
johnson....... but as you said, trump is expected to announce his decision who will be secretary of state.several sources tell cbs news that trump has settled on exxon-mobil ceo rex tillerson for that position. tiller who has no government expiee...is expected to face an uphill climb in gaining senate ties to russian presides close vladimir pin.meanwhile -- members of trump's transition team are framing tillerson's international business ties as a plus. sen. angus king / -i- maine: "the fact that mr. tillerson relationships, both business and personal, in russia and with putin, himself, is reaa question that's going to have the be addressed in depth at his confirmation hearings." anthony scaramucci / trump transition team member: "he's doing business on six of the seven continents. my guess is that mr. tillerson has relationships with most of the heads of state in those areas." areas."yesterday trump postponed a press conference scheduled for this week to
dealings...but he did take to twitter overnight to write: two of my children, don and eric, plus executives, will manage them. no new deals will be done during my term(s) in office. but again, president elect trump will be here at the exposition center tonight. doors open at 4 and the event scheduled to begin at 7.live in west allis. kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news. 3 3 packers nation--- take note! you have a chance to win an ?ugly christmas sweater?--- worn "jordy nelson" or "randall cobb."(cobb's looks like it fits him better, esn't it?) 3 go to associated bank's ?facebook page? to enter.two wis will be selected on december 29-th. 3 local high schl students are
army. the students-- brookfield central high school-- are part of the "red kettle club." 's the only club of its kind in wisconsin... and one of only ?five? in the country.these 30 students will ring bells all week before school. they're also taking on other "kettle" assignments throughout the holiday season. fill up your coffee and come on back. your ready forecast is next.see just how cold it's going to get this week. 3 3 [ tower pinging ] [ whis]
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still be icy... secondary roadways may still be snow covered. watch it on bridges and overpasses. no major closures are planned overnight.the traffic switch planned for this morning along i-94 eb has been pushed to next week due to the cold temps.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into is now closed until december 16th 2016. 3
((???1:30 seconds??)) 3 the city of milwaukee is ready for next snowstorm. check it out. 20 tons of salt was dropped off at the poof milwaukee yesterday.the city will use it to ?keep roads from freezing over?... when the temperature drops.the port actually gets shipments like this once or twice a week. 3
with cars."bardo towing" at 38th and lincoln towed about 350 cars this weekend. employees tell us they look forward to this time of year. as soon as it starts snowing, we s money signs. you know, there's always going to be a hicle on theroad." road." employees say the tows are a combination of crashes ...and people simply forgetting to moheir cars with the first big snow. 3 local firefighters are honored.... for an unlikely reason! they say they we just doing their jobs... but an area family will be forever grateful. 3
of ice opens at 3 this afternoon.then on december 21-st... they ice rink will celebrate the startof the season with "holiday hoopla' -- live music and goodie bags for the first 100 families who show up.you can skate for ?free? if you bring your own skates.they have rentals for a ?fee?... if you don't. 3 get a look at this! what a beautiful scene.this is a shot of the pink and le washon d.c. the video was gorgeous. se today.just 3 3 forecast...today...colder.
clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 15 patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs around 6. west winds 10 to 15 mph. wind chill readings 14 below to 24 below zero. thursday night...partly
staffers at cameron park zoo in texas are celebrating...as they await the birth of a new baby.mei the orangutan is expected to give birth in late january.the staffers are throwing a baby shower for her and her mate, k-j this month. the workers even set up a gift registry at target for the couple.if you're curious.... some of the items requested---
parton c-d and bubble bath. zoo staff doesn't know the gender of the baby yet. 3 you'll really get a kick out of this next story.72-year-old hannah fraser has been practicing tae kwon do for about 4 years. she got her black belt .. after fighting her own daughter. fraser is the latest in her family to try out for the honorher daughter, son in law, and her grandkids all have their black belts. she began training after a heart attack. 1:36-1:42'it feelsvery good, .....i didn't want to swear, he" heheheheheehe"fraser says now its time tstart training for her send degree black-belt.
state ..and tonight he is expected to attend thank wisconsites for their votes. 3 cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live from wisconsin state fair park with a preview. kyle? the exposition center here at state fair park expected to be pack. among some of those expect to attend, gov scott walker, house speaker paul ryan and senator ron johnson. trump will likely address his pick for secretary of state. exxon moceo rex tillerson. that announcement was this morning. trump will also likely talk about the recount effort in wisconsin that ended in his favor. it increased his margin of victory by 131 votes. doors for the event open at 4. the event starts at 7. cbs 58 will have team coverage of his trip tonight. and that's your news on the go.. time check now 6:58.. here's meteorologist michael schlesinger with your first
forecast...today...colder. partly sunny in the morning then clearing. highs around 12. west winds 5 to 15 mph. tonight...partly cloudy. lows around 2. west winds 5 to 15 mph. wednesday...partly sunny. patchy blowing snow. highs around 13. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wednesday night...bitterly cold. partly cloudy. lows around 2 below. west winds 10 to 20 mph. wind chill readings 12 below to 22 below zero. thursday...bitterly cold. sunny. highs current drive times hale to the zoo is...moorland rd to downtown is...good hope rd to the zoo...mequon rd to downtown is... is... 3 3 3 next on cbs this morningthe national park service has selected a new photographer ?from wisconsn? to documen important man-made imprints on america's landscape. meet him
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? good morning, it is tuesday, december 13th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news. donald trump chooses an oil man exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson could face a confirmation fight over his ties to russia. back-to-back storms slam much of the country with snow and freezing rain. dangerous arctic air is sending teeratures plunging from the northeast. the future first lady goes to court. the challenge that melania trump