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Wtmj news time eight nineteen time to take a look at the wtmj five day forecast and for today we're calling for increasing clouds highs of thirty six degrees tonight snow developing lows of twenty eight monday snow showers highs of thirty eight degrees tuesday mostly sunny with a high of forty two wednesday partly cloudy conditions highs of fifty four degrees and thursday partly cloudy with a high of fifty three degrees checking temperatures around the area this hour in beaver dam your reporting twenty nine degrees in port washington it has thirty and a greater milwaukee we have to call it thirty one degrees another busy week of business in our region of the world changes in saint joseph's hospital fifty i and chambers nps is going to start a search for a new school superintendent and sculpture a sculpture milwaukee is coming back to downtown milwaukee along wisconsin avenue so much to talk about but first off in our weekly visit what marquess of the milwaukee business journal we are talking health care well mark they're making changes at saint jo's in milwaukee what's going on at that hospital i mean it's a long time wellknown hospital that people have stories about it have you know somebody who's worked there a hospital so but really more like a clinic you know they're not going to have surgery they're they're not gonna do heart care they're they're gonna be really try to move those patients to other hospitals and just focus on what's needed in the neighborhood so this is a big deal because this is a hospital that treats a lot of the residents of the city of milwaukee kind of north side so this is a big deal and we'll have to see how it plays out and kinda holiday work it out but you know it was losing a lot of money and kind of what they're trying to do here is going to reduce their costs by a hundred million dollars well from a patient standpoint mark if they're focusing now on primary care this could be a good thing for the greater neighborhood possibly it is but i think there is still concerned that if you need these services quickly and i just think having a full scale hospital in a.