Hosts of “The Talk” chat with CBS 58 about equality, music and more Posted: Jan 11, 2018 5:20 AM CDT MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Two of the hosts from CBS’s “The Talk” spoke with CBS 58’s Jessica Tighe about their show and what they hope viewers take away from the program.They discussed equality, music and much more. The interview with Sheryl Underwood and Eve can be seen below. The Talk: Full Interview from CBS 58 Milwaukee on Vimeo.
An Oconomowoc woman makes her way home Friday after more than three months helping people in Central Africa. Amber Smid is a nurse working with Mercy Ships. The charity organization provides free surgeries to people in developing nations. Doctors perform those surgeries on a ship which is ultimately a floating hospital. It has five operating rooms and an ICU among other essentials. The ship is currently stationed in Cameroon. Smid works with blind patients who need cataract surgery.
A new Wisconsin startup just launched to help when people can’t make rent. Renter SafetyNet works directly with landlords, but ultimately benefits renters too. Landlords pay a minimum of 5 dollars per unit, per month for the insurance. Then if a tenant gets laid off, gets an illness, or gets hurt, the insurance covers the tenant’s rent. “When the income disappears, they’re in a precarious situation.
That’s a lot of salt (and slush) on my car, but that salt helps keep us safe on the roads after winter storms. Find out which mines the salt comes from & how much more we’ll get this season. #CBS58AMhttps://t.co/i0ukfaTDbK
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