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News 3 at 5: Aug. 15, 2019
News 3 at 5: Aug. 15, 2019
News 3 at 5: Aug. 15, 2019

This morning... businesses on state street are saying that yesterday afternoon's accidental shooting shouldn't reflect poorly on downtown madison.

We'll tell you why.

And... a gunman is in custody this morning... after a standoff with police in philadelphia, lasting more than seven hours.

Plus... a man who has been hiding from police for more than three years is now in custody... we'll tell you where he was found.

Good morning ... it's thursday, august 15th.

Today will be partly sunny and pleasantith high temperatures in the middle 70s.

Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

It will be variably cloudy on friday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s.

For the weekend, saturday will be variably cloudy, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High temperatures will reach the lower 80s.

It will be partly sunny, warm and humid sunday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.

Warm weather is expected for most of next week.

Monday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

Overnight, skies will become mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. there will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday, otherwise, skies will be partly sunny with high temperatures remaining in the lower 80s.

Breaking overnight into the channel3000 alert center... the sun prairie fire department is investigating what caused an apartment fire overnight.

That call came in just before 2 this morning.

Fire officials say the fire started in the bathroom of one of the apartments.

Firefighters were able to contain the fire there and save the rest of the building.

All of the residents were evacuated safely ... and everyone but the person living in the affected artment has been able to return home this morning.

No injuries have been reported.

A local breaking news update - the search for an awol inmate is over.

The dane county sheriff's office says 19-year-old michael duarte was arrested wednesday.

Duarte was supposed to be serving a probation sentence with work release... and was in the process of transferring that release to the sauk county jail.

Duarte failed the intake process and was sent back... but he never reported at dane county.

He was booked into the sauk county jail after being arrested and is waiting to be sent back to dane county.

We're also following a developing situation right now on madison's east side... police say they responded to a report of a gun shot being fired in the back yard of a home on monona drive ... near cottage grove road.

There were no reports of injuries ... but attempts to talk to a male suspect have gone unanswered.

A tactical response is being called to the area and traffic is closed on monona drive between cottage grove road and buckeye road.

We'll bring you updates as they become available.

We're following more breaking news, nationally overnight... a suspected gunman is in custody this morning... after police say he shot six philadelphia officers in a standoff lasting more than seven hours.

Police were serving a narcotics warrant at the house when the suspect opened fire.

All 6 injured officers have since been released.

The mayor of philadelphia says more gun- control measures need to be taken at the state and federal levels -- to make sure criminals like the suspect... don't have access to guns.

"our officers need help.

They need help.

They need help with gun control.

They need help with keeping these weapons out of these people's hands (0:10) (0:48)and it's aggravating.

It's saddening.

And it's just something we need to do something about.

And if the stae and federal government don't want to stand up to the nra and everyone else, then let us police ourselves.

(1:01) (1:05) our officers deserve to be protected and they don't deserve to be shot at by a guy fo rhours with an ulimited supply of weapons and an unlimited supply of bullets."

(1:12) one officer, who was hurt in a car accident on the way to the scene, is still recovering.

Nearby temple university issued a lockdown as the situation developed.

Businesses on state street are saying that yesterday afternoon's accidental shooting shouldn't reflect poorly on downtown madison.

It sent a woman to the hospital with serious injuries after she was shot in the torso.

Police arrested the shooter, though they later ruled the shooting an accident.

The woman was getting into the s-u-v that her ride was driving when she was shot.

This comes as the city is taking steps to prevent crime in this area, but business owners and policeay this incident doesn't fall under the same umbrella.

((( , " 23:58 i think that we all agree, especially in this instance it's more isolated, it could have happened anywhere, this shouldn't really be a bad mark on state street or even just downtown madison :14 "))) police did have to close the block while they investigated the shooting, but it reopened within a couple hours.

Around the state - a new shooting range is set to open by the end of the year in baraboo.

While many have shown their support, it's drawing some concerns from people who live nearby.

Right now dez tactical arms has a retail store in the dells but they're expanding their services to offer people a safe place to shoot their guns indoors.

While the owner of the shooting range says this will provide a good opportunity for education on safe gun use, a man we spoke to says it invites violence to the area.

((( , " (brian zawistowski, owner of dez tactical arms) 6:23 being able to do sales and then being able to say you know ,'do you want some education to go along with that?'

To be able to teach them as well and not just send them out the door and say, 'hey, good luck," (alex coan, lives near shoing range) "15:44 if you bring something like this to an area that has already had issues with a lot of drug related matters, i don't believe it's going to be good for the area" "))) you can find more information on the educational courses the new shooting range will offer on our website, channel3000 dot com.

And happening tonight here in madison... the city is hosting an active shooter training class for free.

It'll include a statistical breakdown of active shooter events... historical case studies... and a conversation about potential scenarios with the madison police department.

It runs from 6 until 8... at the city's police training center... on femrite drive.

More of these trainings are scheduled for november of this year.

Governor tony evers say he'll be meeting with republican leaders from the state senate and assembly soon... to talk about advancing gun-related laws in wisconsin.

:22 ((( , " several states, including red states, including even our president seems to be talking about the importance of universal background checks and red flag laws.

I believe that is csoemthing we can do in wi.

I am hopeful that my conversations with the two leaders bear some fruit.

"))) :40 he says if there is a feeling that something can be accomplished -- he would consider calling a special session.

Some wisconsin farmer groups are throwing their support behind the governor -- for asking the president to end the trade war with china.

Governor evers sent a letter to the president on monday... calling for an end to the "unnecessary trade war" tha w-p-r reports the wisconsin ers.

Farmers union supports that letter... adding it echoes what farmers have consistently been saying.

Cranberry farmers in wisconsin are expected to harvest around 5-point-6 billion barrels of the fruit this year... making this the 25th year the state has led the nation in cranberry production.

According to the u.s. department of agricutlure -- wisconsin's cranberry industry generates about 1-billion dollars in state economic impact and provides thousands of local jobs.

In total, about 9 billion barrels of cranberries will be harvested this year in america -- with more than half of those being grown in wisconsin.

Q-106 farm director is out of the radio barn this morning... probably looking for t-vs in alaska to watch her packers game while she's on her trip... but you can still follow her on the "fabulous farm babe" facebook page.

You can follow her on social media until she's back with us.

Happening today - the committee on rural development will meet to discuss a bill that hopes to reduce future risks of flooding in wisconsin.

The bill would provide $150- thousand- dollars to ashland county with the goal of designing, installing, and testing three projects that would test flood risk reduction.

The funds would come from the d-n-r and would be used for engineering, design, materials, and labor.

The goal is to have these tests done by summer 20-21 also today... state leaders are talking about making sure you know where the threat of lyme disease is highest in our state parks and natural-areas.

The committee on the environment is holding a public hearing on two bills on the issue.

One requires the d-n-r to post warning signs about lyme disease at the entrance to parks -- and the otheis to ensure repellent is sold in those areas.

The meeting starts at 11 at the capitol.

Wisconsin's parks offer some great views, trails and swim spots... and now you have the chance to vote for your favorite.

The 2019 friends of wisconsin state parks gold seal award contest is now accepting submissions for 10 different categories... including best state park concession for ice cream... best state park with a handicap accessible trail... and best park to view wildlife.

You have until august 30th to vote for your favorite park... and you n do that on the friends of wisconsin state parks website.

More local news now... investigators are trying to determiine what started a fire at an apartment complex in fitchburg last night.

It happened just before 7... outside the complex on greenway cross... a garage caught on fire there... and caused extensive damage.

There were no reports of injuries -- crews are still looking for a cause.

A wanted man in northern wisconsin has been living in a makeshift bunker he built in the woods for more than three years.

Police say jeremiah button never showed up for his trial in 20-14... after being charged with several counts of child sex crimes.

Last week, a hunter found him inside this bunker in the woods in portage county.

Investigators say he used solar panels to charge two car batteries... which he used to operate all sorts of electronics, like lights, a water filter system, a radio, tv and a tablet.

The hunter who found him says that once he saw it, he had to go in... 2:00 tom nelson/wausau, wi hunter who found bunker) "i pushed the door open and i look inside and i can see canned foods, there's little storage boxes, and i'm like (deep breath) i gotta go in."

2:11 2:21 "and i come around the corner a bit adn there he is laying in his bed.

(deep breath) i mean i was shaking when i went it, i was shaking when i went out."

2:30 he called police, who arrested him that day.

Officers say button got everything he needed to survive from a nearby landfill.

He has a pre trial conference set for september 16th.

A cool start to this thursday... and we've got a pretty decent few days ahead with temps in the 70s before we warm back up into next week.

Dave's extended forecast is next.

And we'll tell you how you can buy tickets for madison's first outdoor c-b-d festival.

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Today will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 70s.

Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

It will be variably cloudy on friday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s.

For the weekend, saturday will be variably cloudy, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High temperatures will reach the lower 80s.

It will be partly sunny, warm and humid sunday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.

Warm weather is expected for most onext week.

Monday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

Overnight, skies will become mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. there will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday, otherwise, skies will be partly sunny with high temperatures remaining in the lower 80s.

Wednesday and thursday will be mostly sunny and warm with high temperatures in the middle 80s.

Skies will be partly sunny on friday, and it will be very warm, as high temperatures remain in the middle 80s and heat index readings climb towards 90 degrees.

A cold front will approach wisconsin late in the day or at night bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms. cooler weather is expected for the following weekend behind the cold front.

There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms on saturday morning, then skies will become partly sunny and cooler; high temperatures will be in the upper 70s.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and pleasant.

High temperatures will be in the middle0s.

Today: partly sunny and pleasant.

High: 76 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

Low: 58 wind: light se friday: variable cloudiness with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 76 wind: se to w 6-12 mph friday night: partly cloudy and mild with patchy fog developing.

Low: 61 wind: light and variable saturday: variable cloudiness, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High: 81 wind: s 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 high: 82 monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid (becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 59 high: 83 tuesday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 63 high: 83 wednesday: mostly sunny and warm, but a little less humid.

Low: 60 high: 84 thursday: mostly sunny and very warm.

Low: 62 high: 85; heat index: 85 to 90 friday: partly sunny and very warm with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon or at night.

Low: 64 high: 86; heat index: 86 to 91 saturday: a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning, then becoming partly sunny, cooler and less humid.

Low: 65 high: 79 sunday: mostly sunny and pleasant.

Low: 55 high: 75 republican lawmakers are advocating for broader birth control access in wisconsin... which is an area where democrats usually take the lead.

They're introducing a bill that would allow pharmacists to prescribe birth contropills.

No democrat is signed onto the measure, even though they also favor expanding access to birth control.

Democrats already introduced their own bill... which has even fewer restrictions on pharmacists.

That bill has no republican co- sponsors.

Happening today... you can buy tickets for madison's first outdoor c-b-d festival.

"the green barn door" and "gre owl wellness" are hosting "c- b-d madison" at breese stevens field.

The facebook event says it'll include c-b-d and hemp product vendors, experts, and a specialty yoga class.

The event is saturday, september 28th... tickets go on sale at 10 this morning opioid deaths in wisconsin are at their lowest level since 20-15.

The 838 deaths reported in 20-18 is a 10-percent decrease from the year before.

The state department of health services says they're using a new online tool called 'data direct: opioids..."

It allows them to track opioid- related deaths by year, drug, age, sex and race.

The dashboard includes death and hospital records, plus state and national risk factor surveys.

And a new initiative in michigan is seeing some succe as it cuts down on opioid prescriptions... surgeons statewide reduced the amount of pills prescribed to patients undergoing nine common operations, by nearly a third... without increasing the patients' pain.

Patients even reported taking only half of the pills in the reduced prescriptions.

Researchers credit the drop in part to pre- surgery counseling about pain expectations.

More than a third of non- smoking kids and teens in the u-s are exposed to secondhand smoke.

New c-d-c statistics say the percentage is higher for kids between the ages of three and 11 than for adolescents and teens.

The c-d-c also says the exposure increases as family income decreases.

And contrary to popular belief... a new study is finding that there is no difference between men and women when it comes to multitasking.

Researchers found that women and men performed equally in terms of reaction time and accuracy.

Dave caulfield has a closer look at your thuray forecast coming up.

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Today will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 70s.

Ses will become mostlcloudy tonight with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

It will be variably cloudy on friday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s.

For the weekend, saturday will be variably cloudy, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High temperatures will reach the lower 80s.

It will be partly sunny, warm and humid sunday with a chancof showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.

Warm weather is expected for most of next week.

Monday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

Overnight, skies will become mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. there will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday, otherwise, skies will be partly sunny with high temperatures remaining in the lower 80s.

...and that's your first alert forecast a day spent scrambling for cash in milwaukee is making people in wisconsin and across the country think... what would you do for 100 dollars?

Two thousand dollars was hidden throughout the city yesterday... bringing out huge crowds, and causing gridlock on some streets.

20 envelopes with 100 dolllar bills in them were hidden across the city... clues on how to find them wer eput on the event organizer's website... and more were added every half hour.

People ran, crawled and searched in the weeds for their chance at some of that money.

Some... even made truces.

I have to give $10 of it to my d and if he finds it he has to give $10 to me.

Police were on hand to help direct traffic and keep things under control.

Still ahead - we'll have an update on all the breaking news we're following this morning -- in the top 3 things to know on this thursday.

Plus -- a new resolution aims to get rid of all native american mascots in schools state- wide.

Keep watching news 3 now this morning.

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Good morning ... and thanks for joining us on this thursday, august 15-th.

We are following a number of breaking news -- both locally and nationally overnight.

First -- into the channel 3000 alert center this morning -- the sun prairie fire department is looking into what caused an apartment fire overnight.

Fire officials say the fire started in the bathroom of one of the apartments.

Firefighters were able to contain the fire there and save the rest of the building.

No injuries have bn reported.

More breaking news nationally -- a gunman is in custody this morning... after shooting six philadelphia police-officers... in a stand-off that lasted more than seven hours.

All 6 officers have since been released from the hospital.

The gunman surrendered to swat teams nearly 8 hours after the standoff began.

The third story to know this morning... businesses on state street are saying that yesterday's accidental shooting shouldn't reflect poorly on downtown madison.

That shooting happened just before three in the afternoon yesterday... a woman was getting into a s-u-v that her ride was driving when he shot her.

The shooter has been arrested, but the shooting itself has bene ruled an accident.

Those are your top 3 things to know... dave's here now with your weather and traffic.

(haddie ad-libs) today will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 70s.

Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

It will be variably cloudy on friday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s.

For the weekend, saturday will be variably cloudy, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High temperatures will reach the lower 80s.

It will be partly sunny, warm and humid sunday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.

Warm weather is expected for most of next week.

Monday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

Overnight, skies will become mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. there will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday, otherwise, skies will be partly sunny with high temperatures remaining in the lower 80s.

And that's your first alert traffic thanks haddie!

((time check)) more breaking news into the channel 3000 alert center -- madison tactical teams are involved in a stand-off on the city's east side.

It has part of a main thoroughfare shut down this morning.

Christina lorey is live there with the latest.

We are outside the walgreens on the corner of monona drive and cottage grove road- where you can see police are out directing traffic.

Right now, cars are not being allowed southbound on monona drive- you'll have to head east on cottage grove and detour from there.

That's because of a standoff.

What we know is that at 1:30 this morning, madison police were called to the 4- thousand block of mona drive... after reports of shots fired in the backyard of a home.

We're told there weren't any injuries or reports of damage... but when officers tried to talk to the 53-year old suspect, he wouldn't respond.

Officers say they've established a perimeter and called in the tactical team to help, too.

Again, if you're driving in this area to work- know that monona drive is closed between cottage grove road and buckeye road.

This is a developing story, so be sure to rely on news 3 now updates both onair and online all morning long.

Onair and online all morning long.

Onair and online all morning long.

Also breaking into the channel3000 alert center overnight... the search for an awol inmate is over.

The dane county sheriff's office says 19-year-old michael duarte was arrested wednesday.

Duarte was supposed to be serving a probation sentence with work release... and was in the process of transferring that release to the sauk county jail.

Duarte failed the intake process and was sent back... but he never reported at dane county.

He was booked into the sauk county jail after being arrested and is waiting to be sent back to dane county.

Madison's lakes are one of the best parts of our downtown... and tonight, there's a push to connect the two even more.

You can weigh in on the future of law park... on the shores of lake monona... with the start of a series of public-input sessions, tonight.

The first is at the workshop at the atrium at the villager mall from six until 7- 30.

Some of the suggested improvements include building pedestrian bridges... or even a terraced park.

If you can't make it tonight, there are two other workshs scheduled.

Around the state - a new shooting range is set to open by the end of the year in baraboo.

While many have shown their support, it's drawing some concerns from people who live nearby.

Right now dez tactical arms has a retail store in the dells but they're expanding their services to offer people a safe place to shoot their guns indoors.

While the owner of the shooting range says this will provide a good opportunity for education on safe gun use, a man we spoke to says it invites violence to the area.

((( , " (brian zawistowski, owner of dez tactical arms) 6:23 being able to do sales and then being able to say you know ,'do you want some education to go along with that?'

To be able to teach them as well and not just send them outhe door and say, 'hey, good luck," (alex coan, lives near shooting range) "15:44 if you bring something like this to an area that has already had issues with a lot of drug related matters, i don't believe it's going to be good for the area" "))) you can find more information on the educational courses the new shooting range will offer on our website, channel3000 dot com.

Governor tony evers say he'll be meeting with republican leaders from the state senate and assembly soon... to talk about advancing gun-related laws in wisconsin.

:22 ((( , " several states, including red states, including even our president seems to be talking about the importance of universal background checks and red flag laws.

I believe that is csoemthing we can do in wi.

I am hopeful that my conversations with the two leaders bear some fruit.

"))) :40 he says if there is a feeling that something can be accomplished -- he would consider calling a special session.

Some wisconsin farmer groups are throwing their support behind the governor -- for asking the president to end the trade war with china.

Governor evers sent a letter to the president on monday... calling for an end to the "unnecessary trade war" tha is negatively impacting farmers.

W-p-r reports the wisconsin farmers union supports that letter... adding it echoes what farmers have consistently been saying.

A new resolution aims to get rid of all native american mascots in schools state- wide.

According to t resolution, 31 of 421 public school districts in wisconsin still use native american mascots, symbols, images or nicknames administrators fm districts around the state are divided on the proposal.

Terry slack district admin, wi dells 10:03 "our ho-chunk families, many of them, not all of them, but many of them are very proud we use the mascot chiefs."

Tricia zunker president, wausau school board 38:38 "this is culturally abusive behavior.

It establishes an unwelcome and hostile learning environment.

It's not a matter of personal opinion."

The resolution will be sent to the wisconsin association of school boards asking the group to support legislation requiring districts to retire native american mascots.

More local news now... city leaders are looking to temporarily relocate the city's intercity bus stop that's currently outside of the memorial union... because of safety concerns.

A few different locations are being considered... including on monroe, near randall... and on lake street near the kohl center.

The university does not support the monroe street location... citing concerns about buses during big events like game days and graduation.

The new short- term spot would have outdoor passenger shelters and concrete pads.

A security threat is hitting the world's most popular desktop operating system.

And we'll tell you why microsoft is warning that windows-ten users need to update their operating systems immediately.

That's when news 3 now this morning continues.

On the next live at four, we'll find out what's happening in the 608 this weekend.

And nutritionist donna weihoffen is just peachy.

She has some great peach recipes as the tasty fruit is in peak season.

Today: partly sunny and pleasant.

High: 76 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

Low: 58 wind: light se friday: variable cloudiness with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 76 wind: se to w 6-12 mph friday night: partly cloudy and mild with patchy fog developing.

Low: 61 wind: light and variable saturday: variable cloudiness, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High: 81 wind: s 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 high: 82 monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid (becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 59 high: 83 ...and that's your first alert forecast heads up if you shop at hy-vee -- the grocery store is ...and that's your first alert forecast heads up if you shop at hy-vee -- the grocery store is investigating a "data incident" involving its payment processing systems. in a statement... hy-vee says the investigation is focus on transactions specifically at some hy-vee fuel pumps, drive- thru coffee shops and restaurants-- which includes market grilles and market grille expresses.

The company says the investigation is still in its early stages-- but they believe the actions alrey taken have stopped the unauthorized activity.

They're not saying which stores were impacted.

A security threat is hitting the world's most popular desktop operating system.

Microsoft is warning that windows ten users need to update their operating systems immediately.

The tech company says there are two critical vulnerabilities that have been discovered.

The issues make the system vulnerable to viruses and malware... leaving hundreds of millions of computers potentially vulnerable to an attack.

The fix is a security update... which is available on your computer.

Microsoft ten users with automatic updates should already be protected.

And a certain apple laptop is no longer approved to fly... the federal aviation adnistration says that certain recalled 15-inch macbook pro laptops are banned from all flights in the u- s.

The recall was issued back in june... since some had batteries that could overheat.

It specifically applies to the laptops sold between september of 20-15 and february of 20- 17... that have certain types of lithium batteries.

Ford is recalling more than 100- thousand midsize cars to fix a seatbelt problem.

The company says the belts may have lost strength from a heat buildup and might not hold people in a crash.

The recall is covring certain ford fusion and lincoln mkz's made in 20-15.

Ford says it knows of one injury from the problem.

Home prices are close to the highest they've been in a decade... and that can make it easy to fall into what consumer reports calls the 'debt trap.'

They're warning people to avoid buying a home that's more expensive than they can comfortably afford.

A recent one-third ended up paying more than they expected to.

Consumer reports is warning against over-extending your budget.

That includes not taking on a larger mortgage just because you've been approved for one... and putting down as much money as you can up front.

((( , "it not only means you're gonna have a lower mortgage, it also helps you avoid private mortgage insurance.

That's a lot of money to save."))) tonight on news 3 now at ten... we'll tell you how much money you should spend on that new house to avoid falling into the 'debt trap,' dave has a look at a rollercoaster of a forecast when it comes to temperatures... he'll update us just ahead.

And the brewers turn it around against the twins... we'll have the highlights from milwaukee straight ahead on news 3 now this morning.

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Today will be partly sunny and pleasant with high temperatures in the middle 70s.

Skies will become mostly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.

It will be variably cloudy on friday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms; high temperatures will be in the middle 70s.

For the weekend, saturday will be variably cloudy, warm and more humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late in the day and at night.

High temperatures will reach the lower 80s.

It will be partly sunny, warm and humid sunday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will be in the lower 80s.

Warm weather is expected for most of next week.

Monday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the lower 80s.

Overnight, skies will become mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. there will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on tuesday, otherwise, skies will be partly sunny with high temperatures remaining in the lower 80s.

Wednesday and thursday will be mostly sunny and warm with high temperatures in the middle 80s.

Skies will be partly sunny on friday, and it will be very warm, as high temperatures remain in the middle 80s and heat index readings climb towards 90 degrees.

A cold front will approach wisconsin late in the day or at night bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms. cooler weather is expected for the following weekend behind the cold front.

There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms on saturday morning, then skies will bigh temperatures will be in the upper pleasant.

High temperatures unny and plea: 76 wiy with scattered showers an8 wind: light se friday: of showers and thunderstorh friday night: partly clloping.

Low: 61 wind: lig cloudiness, warm and more humrstorms, mainly late in the: s 5-10 mph sunday: th a chance of showers and thuny sunny, warm and humid (beof showers and thunderstorms aartly sunny, ward d thunderstorms. low: 63 highwarm, but a little less humid.ly sunny and partly sunny and very wahundersn or at night.

Howers and thundern becoming partld less h mostly sunny and pleayou didn'ta long lunch, skip work, or fake sick to catch the brewers game against the twins yesterday... all you had to do was sit at your computer, or have a device handy, because it wasn't on t-v.

The game was only on you- tube... twins scored right off the bat in the first... with two home runs from mitch garver and eddie rosario... jumping ahead to the eighth inning... brewers were down 5 to 3... when trent grisham homers to right and sends three runs in... putting the brewers ahead.

The bullpen was able to hang on in the 9th inning for a 6-to-5 win.

And the cubs got destroyed by the phillies yesterday... six-nothing phillies... in the bottom of the third... when j-t realmuto hits a grand slam... the cubs didn't score a n until the top of the seventh... when kris bryant hit a solo home run to center... final score, phillies 11, cubs one.

The wisconsin football program prides itself on churning out some of the best offensive linemen in the country... tyler biadasz is the leader of the badgers offensive line this season... and his teammates are following.

Junior cole van lanen's had game experience... now he's chasing a starting spot... each class passes down the habits and knowledge for what it takes to be great... and the new-look linemen think they can fill the gaps after losing four starters.

(cole van lanen) right now, now it's the little things, you know.

You get to this point, you really have to hoan in on little details.

Like i said, confidence is huge.

Now that i got that down i can really hoan in on little things that can improve my game eve more.

(tyler biadasz) being a leader, you have to practice what you preach.

You gotta be on too.

There's no layoff.

You gotta come out with an edge every day, and that's what i love.

You can obviously voioce your opinion better and obviously bring more to the table.

The packers take the field for their second preseason game of the summer later tonight... and it'll be the preseason debut for aaron rodgers.

He's expected to play the first quarter tonight against the ravens.

It's the first time we'll see rodgers run the new offense installed by head coach matt la fleur.

Kickoff is at 6-30 tonight.

The current 90- man roster in green bay... doesn't have to be cut down to 53 until august 31st... but that doesn't mean the packers management isn't already thinking about who's staying and who's going... g-m brian gutekunst said there were some "first preseason game mistakes" -- mostly on defense -- which he said is understandable..

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But the margin for error will shrink as the preseasorolls along... (brian gutekunst) i think it will come down to matt and i's thought process of do we think that there's a future here to develop them?

And how it compares to other spots on the team.

We're not trying to take the 53 best players, we're trying to take the 53 best that make the best team.

As we go through each position and stack it, but then you start going across the board.

Those conversations will start to happen probably a week prior to kansas city.

Dave's updating your out the door weather and traffic conditions this morning coming up just after 6.

Also ahead at the top of the hour - christina lorey is live with the latest on a standoff on madison's east side that has a busy stretch of road shut down this morning.

But first a live look inside the cbs this morning studios... where coming up at 7... we'll meet a group of friends using flowers to brighten their home towns..

That's right after news 3 now this morning.

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Wisc editorial agenda 2019 - "we're in the solutions business" - training and advancement to improve equity 08/14/19 the problem?

A shortage of well- trained human services staff.

The solution?

A grant to support a collaboration looking at innovative training and advancement opportunities with a focus on staff of color who may not have a full college degree.

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