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right there, she had a pulse, but that is about it. there wasn't anything left upstairs. >> reporter: he said he was sharing sunday conversation on the sidewalk chairs with the pregnant 26 year-old when he heard gunshots just a block away. >> i didn't have time to react. i had in time to duck or nothing. >> reporter: neither did doto one of ten to 12 shots struck her in the face. >> i was right next to her when it happened, just a couple inches, it was only a couple inch different between me and her. >> reporter: police believe they were intended for another target, person behind the trigger was firing the at a white four door sedan driving down griscomb street right in the direction of doto. >> she is a totally innocent victim. >> reporter: so was her unborn baby girl. doctors were able to permanent an emergency c-section, but police say baby died just hours later. >> and to end it this way, no one deserves that. >> reporter: now a $40,000 reward is being offered and
information leading to the arrest and conviction. police are conn advising the area right now but they still need the public's help, they ask that if anybody has any information, to contact them. directly. we are live at frankford, noel mcclaren for cps3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you very much. funeral services are now scheduled for thursday in scranton for pennsylvania state police corporal, brian dickson. he was killed in an ambush at state police barracks late friday night. trooper alex dug has was injured in that same ambush and authorities planned to interview him when they can. right now they believe that the suspected shooter does live in the area and that person may be an avid hunter or have formal firearms training. $50,000 reward is being offered for information in that case. two people are injured in the serious crash in gloucester county, new jersey. it happened just before 11:00 on sicklerville road near green briar drive-in monroe township. one of the victims had to be medivac'd to a hospital, how
that crash happened, is under investigation. parents, educators and activist, continue to fight for increased fighting for cash strapped philadelphia school district. >> fun our schools, fund our schools. >> reporter: councilman johnson and teachers union president jerry jordan were among those rallying outside gw child's elementary school. some hope that the pennsylvania house might vote on $29 per pack cigarette tax today but that has not happened. if it does pass, that tax could generate 80 million-dollar for the district. school district staffers are feeling the the squeeze. they say resources just aren't there and students are now suffering. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson live the at school district headquarters in spring garden with the story of two staffers stretched too thin, steve. >> reporter: jessica, administrators here hope that cigarette tax passes not to improve philadelphia schools but to help keep it the at status quo, they said that because if they lose anymore
people they will be at dangerous levels not only for safety but also for the health care of their children. if you want proof of that today i spoke to the the nurse who oversees nearly 1500 children and realize on teachers to help they are do her job. another pivotal day for school district of philadelphia, in the hands of harrisburg. >> i don't know how we could exist even with less than what we have right now. >> reporter: monday state lawmakers returning to session, discussing the fate of the cigarette tax bill that would save the district millions. if it passes, school funding stays status quo, if the bill fails administrators will brace for more than a thousand new staffing cuts. >> we are not a safe school because we don't have the support that is we used to have. >> reporter: meredith he will meantry principal cindy forleno says more loss would make it harder to educate but at this point she's worried about basic safety. >> they have had line up their arms. >> reporter: that is her telling her cbs-3 her staff
missed emergency care for a student with blood poisons because the nurse was not there. >> we just don't have resource toes provide proper care. >> reporter: district nurse eileen duffy oversees health care for 900 high school and american 450 elementary school kids, split between two schools. she is nearly at state maximum, 1500, now status quo for district nurses. >> we rely on the other adults in the school to help us, in managing our students. >> reporter: for a district already in em battled with child deaths and schools without nurses duffy says less staff, in matter who they are, would be catastrophic. >> no matter what happens, if we lose more people, the devastating situation is only going to get worse. >> is there a 2013 survey that found that 70 percent of nurse necessary this district reported that teachers, and staff helped administer medication and treatment for students and while administrators say that very well should be nurses doing
that job, they say they cannot afford to lose anymore eyes on those kids. that is latees from district headquarters, i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the school budget crisis. get updates anytime on our web site the at cbs philly.com. in weather it was a cool start to the day. now starting to feel a little bit more like fall and we are tracking some showers as we move forward. lets get tout meteorologist kathy orr live on the sky deck with the first look at our forecast, kathy. >> getting breezy as well out here, a few clouds rolling in but still a very pleasant afternoon, looking like the day started but we have looks at very cool temperatures. if you stepped out early you know what i mean. look the at these morning lows. no record. it was cold in the poconos. thirty-eight allentown. atlantic city and wilmington with temperatures in the 40's. philadelphia 53. wildwood 55 degrees. we have rebounded nicely this
afternoon. philadelphia 71. sixty's in allentown and trenton. sixty-three in the poconos. wilmington 72 degrees. average high is 78 for this time of the year. so below average. we are watching storm scan three, clouds will be moving in late tonight, showers, towards tomorrow morning. future weather shows the clouds moving in after the 11:00 o'clock hour and rain between 4:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. moving across the region. by nine, it is moving off shore and skies will clear tomorrow afternoon. it will not last that long more of a nuisance then anything else. coming up we will talk about the sun learning and how long these temperatures will last and we will look at the weekend weather already planning tgif, that is latest from the sky deck i'll see you later in the broadcast. >> developing right the now minnesota vikings running back adrian peterson has been reinstated to the team and will play in the vikings next game on sunday. this comes two days have he was charge with child abuse.
star player was initially benched avenues broke he spanked his four year-old son with the wooden switch. today vikings said they decided to bring him back after significant thought, discussion and consideration and they want the legal process to play out. >> this is a difficult path to navigate regarding the judgment of how a parent disciplines his child. >> peterson released a statement on twitter that read in part i'm not a perfect parent but i am without a doubt in the a child abuser. i am someone that discipline his child and did not intend to cause him any injury. peterson went on to say in one can understand the hurt he feels for his son, and for the harm he has caused him. ray rice is expected to appeal his open ended suspension from the nfl for domestic abuse. players association says rice has already been punished for hitting his then fiance in the atlantic city elevator. at so, has until noon tomorrow to formally appeal and we will
have more on those developments in the nfl coming up 59:30. law makers in new jersey spent the day focused on domestic violence. "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan is live at the state capitol in trenton with more on a package of bills designed to protect women from abuse, cleve. >> reporter: that is right there are 70,000 cases of domestic violence in new jersey every year and none of them grabbing as much attention as ray rice case, now today, new jersey lawmakers turned their outrage into action. >> we must end this violence, we must end the cycle of domestic violence. >> reporter: addressing domestic vial isn't political but it is personal for gabriel mass car. my mother is a survivor of domestic violence. we all survived tight. >> reporter: her childhood consisted of several stays in battered women shelters until her parents divorced. now you she has a chance to make a difference. >> given a opportunity to be a
legislator we can do something bit. >> reporter: monday new jersey general assembly considered six domestic violence bills that include greater self-defense protection, allowing victims to testify through video, and mandating counseling for offenders. with the the ray rice abuse case fresh on lawmakers mind each bill passed unanimously. >> we can height even the conversation, we can address some of the issues and we can help those individuals that are in this situation. >> reporter: lawmakers say these measures are just the start and many more need to be done even after the outrage over ray rice and other nfl players accused of abuse subsides. >> this issue of domestic violence isn't just about ray rice. >> reporter: for mascara each bill passage is victory for victims surviving domestic violence and many month lost their lives. >> my family was lucky because my mother got out and seek help and she was able to be strong enough for a very abusive relation ship.
>> reporter: these bills to have pass new jersey state senate and assemblyman says man kara is next step to address legal guidelines that helped ray rice enter a pretrial intervention program and avoid jail time. live from trenton, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". lady luck has run out at yet another atlantic city casino. today is final full day of gaming at trump plaza all operations will seized at 6:00 tomorrow morning. layoff notices went out to employees on friday. this makes four atlantic city casinos to shut down this year along with the atlantic club, show boat and revel. in november trump taj mahal is also expect to close. still ahead on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at 5:00 nightmare in paradise, tourist and local resident get ready as a hurricane makes land fall in a mexican resort town. we have new information about plans to compensate victims of gm's faulty ignition switches, plus we are
to ride out the storm. it has been since downgraded and heading north east bringing strong torrential rains. well, fire fighters in central, will california are better access a steep terrain area in which a wild fire is burning near yesemite national park. about a thousand residents have been evacuated since this fire started on yesterday afternoon. the blaze has destroyed 21 structures so far but unclear how many are homes. is there a second fire, about 60 miles east of sacrament other that has forced evacuation of more than 100 homes. the the fall out continues, at general motors from the faulty ignition switches blamed in dozens of accidents. nineteen deaths have been now link to those switches. attorney ken fineberg overseeing the compensation fun has received 125 claims information death and 320 for injuries so far. families of the victims who died can collect one million-dollar plus $300,000
for surviving spouse and his dependents, an estimate of the future's future earnings. good afternoon, everyone, 5:15. we have a lot of accidents cause something major delays out on i-95 today. we are going to take a delayed shot here of i-95 near delaware state line. now 6 miles upright here near 320 on ramp there was a previous accident that just cleared. this is that delayed shot heading northbound toward the blue route you will see a six or 7-mile delay there. otherwise on i-95 near walt whitman bridge you can see this is heading south wound an accident pulled over the to the shoulder there cars trying to squeeze on by to the left hand side taking out that shoulder and next two lanes over there otherwise travel times here 422, our majors starting to slow up. 202, into oaks heading westbound still slow there a 11 minutes and 31 minutes. heavy on the schuylkill from the vine street expressway the two blue route heading westbound really we have there i. crash in montgomery county at
egypt road at cider mill road. another crash in bucks county second street pike at bristol road. mass transit a a great alternate septa, new jersey transit and dart running on time with no reported delays, chris and jessica back over to you you. >> thanks very much. still to come on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 a little girl is traumatized when her dad shaves his beard, we will have more on a game of peak aboo that ended in tears. the beasley? i'm in wilmington country club. it is 26th annual ronald mcdonald house of delaware choir event raising money for that great cause. we will talk about that plus shady mccoy we will give you his thoughts on the injured offensive lineman for the birds. we will hear from shady
well, you can feel it, the change in the air, and kind of smells like fall, it felt like fall this morning i thought. >> it is fall. >> good part of the area waking up to temperatures in the 40's. that is chilly. it is coldest air of the season so far but we will keep beat ago this over and over again as winter approaches. we are looking at a very pleasant evening but then things change, rain coming in more nuisance than anything else. take a look outside where we have plenty of sunshine, view from campbell's field looking across the bridge. high clouds, building in and these clouds will thicken overnight tonight.
same goes for down the shore, day after the miss america pageant, still looking pretty down there but temperatures cool as well waking up to low temperatures in the 50's, and today, in the upper 60's. it is going to be a lovely evening, clouds moving in late, so if you have evening plans, soccer practice, lacrosse, field hockey, no problems this evening. that rain will be moving through tomorrow morning. temperatures right now feeling a little chill, 69 in allentown, poconos 63. seventy-one in philadelphia. zero seven in wilmington. more cool air coming. look at state college only 66 this afternoon. pitberg 67. buffalo, new york, cleveland temperatures in the lower 60's. so more on the way. we are watching this area of low pressure swinging cold front through the region late tonight into early tuesday morning. the not a lot of moisture associated with it but enough to provide a tenth of an inch of rain. then it moves out. wednesday a northerly pleas more sunshine. temperatures staying in the 70's with no major rain outs
or storms to speak of. just mostly sunny thursday and even as we head in the weekend. as far as tomorrow is concerned tomorrow's showers steady between 5:00 and the. tenth to a quarter inch of rain and it will be clearing by the afternoon. we have another chance of rain in the forecast but it will be a slight chance. during the day tomorrow rain is likely, nothing wednesday, a very dry day, thursday a slight chance at 20 percent and then friday looks very dry. so a very good looking, workweek. overnight clouds will increase, showers by morning, and temperature 59 degrees. for the morning commute you will need an umbrella but by the evening you won't. this is what we will wake up to. temperatures in the 50's from philadelphia to the north and west. south and east in the 60's, tomorrow morning. pretty pleasant, warmer then this morning. the tuesday some morning showers, turning sunny, high temperature 75. on the exclusive eyewitness weather three day forecast after tuesday, beauty wednesday, 74. thursday 76. with mostly sunny skies.
i'm beasley reese, at wilmington country club in delaware raising money for ronald mcdonald house of delaware. we will talk about that in a minute. the lets get to the big monday night football game the eagles in indianapolis. and, as you know, we lost a couple of offensive lineman, in the last contest, last week, those two guys went down in the first half. they were able the offense to help nick foles turn it around to score 27 points and then the defense scored. now they face a tough colt front, in a noisy, lucas oil
stadium, shady mccoy says the guys up front will get it done. >> time to step up. i remember when brian went down, i stepped up. i'm sure opponent, thought brian was done, who is this backup. i think you have to make your name and we need to step up. >> and then once again, a lot of guys here in wilmington country club. this is one fine golf course raising monday foy are ronald mcdonald house. twenty-six years they have had that event. the great peter is here and we will hear from him at 6:00. chris and jessica it has been an awesome day, perfect day for golf for a wonderful cause. >> next time lets move the whole newscast out there, i mean that is about as pretty a setting i think we will see today. >> gorgeous. >> true go. >> chip one up there for us. >> we will see you later. still to come a hall of fame golfer is involved in the
chain saw accident. then domestic violence in the nfl, new developments in the case of the disgraced football star ray rice and two other accused players sat out during games yesterday. we have new details on that hollywood actress who claims that police wrongfully accused her of being a prostitute. also new at 6:00 guys, listen up if you want to live a happy life make sure you have a happy wife. we will tell but a new study that focuses on marriage, we will be
a business manager. and a stickler for homework. i'm john kane running for state senate. dad says the road to a good job starts in the classroom. [ lori ] he's a great dad who sees taxes going up but
schools not getting the funding they need. [ john ] so i'd put back the billion dollars corbett cut from education and make sure corporations and natural gas drillers paid their fair share. time to close the loopholes for the tax cheats. dad thinks a lot about education. i'm john kane and it's about time harrisburg did too.
a $40,000 rewar is offered for information leading to the gun man whose stray bullet hit and killed a pregnant woman. her baby was delivered in the emergency c-section and died hours later. police are treating this case as a double homicide. funeral services are set for thursday for pennsylvania state police corporal brian dickson who was killed in an am bush in the state police barracks in the poconos on friday. trooper alex douglass was also injured in that ambush. the authorities planned to interview him at a later time. and parents, educators and local law make hadders rally with toyed day hoping to have have the house vote on that $2 per tax cigarette tax. it looks like more likely to happen tomorrow, if that tax
passes, it would generate 80 million-dollar for the the school district of philadelphia. kate? we have some pretty nice weather outside right now, it was a beautiful start, little bit on the cool side. we are tracking a threat for shoe showers to track your tuesday morning but that is only speed bum this week. then we are talking about sunshine, cool nights, warm days a perfect september forecast, seven day coming up in a bit. jessica. kate, thank you. new developments in the nfl regarding two high profile players, ray rice and adrian peterson. both sidelined, because of abuse charges. cbs news correspondent jericka duncan has the latest on these cases. >> reporter: former ravens star ray rice is reportedly appealing his open ended suspension from the nfl for domestic abuse. >> he has been advised that he has a strong case. >> reporter: jay can of the nfl today and cbs sports colt come say rice and players union believe his suspension violates the nfl's players collective bargaining
agreement. >> they will fight idea of double jeopardy here. they will turn to the cba, articles in the cba saying a team and league cannot punish the player for same incident and they believe a player cannot be suspended twice for his same actions. >> reporter: rice was find a half million-dollar and suspended for two games but last week, after video surfaced of him punching his wife, ravens cut him. nfl commissioner roger goodell then suspended him indefinitely. while goodell's handling of the the rice case is under investigation to day nfl announced hiring of three women as special advisors to help shape the league's domestic violence and sexual assault policies. minnesota vikings star adrian peter some son was also benched this past sunday because of of legal troubles. peterson will be back in action this weekend after ago cues of child abuse for punishing his four year-old son with the tree branch. >> this is a difficult task to navigate regarding the judgment of how a parent
disciplines his child. >> reporter: peterson also released a statement saying without a doubt i'm in the a child abuser n new york jericka duncan for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". greg hardy, a defensive even with the panthers was also benched on sunday and he ace peeling a domestic assault conviction from july. team has not decided if he will play this coming weekend. secretary of state john kerry is working to build an international coalition to take on the militant army known as isis. cbs correspondent craig boss well has more on his efforts from washington. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry met with representatives from 26 countries, to sign on to help battle islamic militant group holding territory in syria and iraq. >> the international community is mobilize to go take the fight to isil, because of the terrible nature of their acts, and because of their visions. >> reporter: several arab countries have joined the coalition and andrew tablier a fellow at washington institute of mid will east policy says
they he expects them to agree to use military force. >> i think some countries oil to part in air strikes inside syria. they perceive them as a threat. >> reporter: president obama had congress to have authority to fight isis on the ground. that vote is expect this week and likely to pass. >> of all of the bad choice necessary my opinion, worst choice toys do nothing, and i'm glad we're agoing. >> reporter: u.s. is conducting air strikes begins isis targets but some lawmakers says that needs their approval too. >> the president is required by constitution to come to congress, so since the beginning of my public life i have always said congress declares war not the president. >> reporter: democratic congressman adam shift says he will introduce legislation on tuesday, authorizing the president use military force against isis for next 18 months. craig bosswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". video takes center stage at court hearing for maple shade man charged in the murder of apathes.
he confessed to choking the six year-old in the basement of a manhattan convenient store in 1979. now the judge will decide if that tape is admissible. at issue whether hernandez was probably advised of his rights and whether he is mentally capable of understanding them. he became first missing child to be featured on a milk carton. the day he disappeared became national missing children's day. close call for a golf ledgend greg norman nearly lost his left hand in the chain saw accident. hall of famer posted this photo on instagram. he said he was trimming trees at his florida home when the chain call blade hit him just below the wrist barely missing an art theory. norman has been since released from the hospital and here's a photo giving a thumbs up at what he called the scene of the crime. it will cost you more than the tip left behind but receipt showing a 20 cents tip from philadelphia eagles running back lesean mccoy is now up for sale on e bay. at last check, the top bid was
nearly $86,000. there is still four days left in that sale. i don't know where to go from there. good afternoon, everyone. i almost said good morning for a second there 5:35. we are going outside on the schuylkill expressway, just at 202 you can see, everything is moving just really slowly heading eastbound toward the city. hardly even moving anywhere jammed solid. same story on i-95 due to an earlier accident, a delayed shot at highland avenue. heading northbound toward the airport an earlier crash that was cleared up, out of the way but this delay about 3 miles back from that accident, as you can see, everybody crawling heading north bound. the lets check out the rest of the majors, 422 to 22. still really slow there. a 13 minute trip and really heavy on 202 with the the 24 minute trip heading southbound from the schuylkill into route 30. accident popping up all over this one is out in montgomery county washington lane and
ashborn road n bucks county not too far away second street pike and bristol road. mass transit great alternate, this morning, this afternoon why do i keep doing. that september, new jersey, and dart reporting on no reported delays and in delays at the airport. >> so used to waking up early, thanks very much. philadelphia mayor michael nutter is trying to increase access in careers in stem, science, technology, engineering and mathematics. "eyewitness news" was there as mayor announced a new on line resource center called u.s. 202phl for professional and organizations, in those fields that allows them to mentor the cities younger generation. mayor today announced that the city was selected by ibm for strategic planning impact grant to help develop a city wide framework for stem education. students at the james rhodes elementary school in west philadelphia have brand new school supplies thanks to 35 local businesses, and global citizens volunteers.
back to school supply drives were held between august 25th and september 7th, and today, students were presented with those generous donations. good work with them. >> yes. >> still to come on "eyewitness news" it is a common health issue one men are embarrassed to talk b health reporter stephanie stahl is on your side with new guidelines to treat a condition that effects millions of woman, without surgery. also what just might be the most frightening game of peak a boo you will ever see at least for this little girl when her dad shaved off his beard. did jay-z secretly make a big announce b. beyonce during a concert this weekend we will get inside scoop from our friends at the insider next, kate. it is last week of summer but definitely feels more like fall, we have sunshine in the forecast right through rest of the week and temperatures staying below average i'll the week and temperatures staying below average i'll show thaw seven day
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and get preferential treatment or slow speed in order to charge customer more money. this is the last day ftc will hear public comments on the issue. iphone six is shattering sales records since it went on sale friday. apple says they have taken 4 million preorders, for the six, and the larger six plus. customers reported problems logging on to the apple web site due to high demand, some who were able to get to the page said they experienced long delays. the phones will be in stores on friday. well, swedish game company that built the high lay dick mine craft game has been sold to microsoft for two and a half billion dollars. the game's excentric developer, and, they have gotten too big for him to handle adding that the game always belong to the players. many worried that new innovations won't be released to outside outlets, however, the the head of the microsoft x box posted that the game will continue to be offered for, ios, for android, play
station and p.c. trending now a golf ball lands in a rather unusual place, a little girl sings her heart out and game of peak a boo with a twist. this is a new trick shot, rory mcilroy t's off, ball hits a tree and then land in the pocket of a spectator. now, the guy looked around, he wanted to keep the ball but the judge not allowing that. the video has gone viral with 3 million views. >> frozen let it go headlines era adorable video on line. >> ♪ >> we have all done that, be honest. >> this is four year-old little girl with down syndrome and she belted it out in front of the mirror caught on camera by her sneaky mom. so to be able to capture that moment. it has been shared more than 40,000 times.
>> i have done that, i admit it, i have done it. >> haven't we all. >> this little girl gets the surprise of her young life during a game of peak a boo. dad and daughter having a lovely time here but then dad shaves off the beard and resumes, no, not having it. resume peak a boo game. does not like the new look. he better get that beard back fast. >> did he go away for a little while. >> i'm not sure about the logistics. >> this is freak ing me out. >> i'm in the sure. >> that is a big bushy beard, you just don't make something that go away. >> they resume the game that. >> that makes sense. >> we understand how she feels. big change. >> we will be right
it is time for hollywood gossip. insider's thea andrews joins us with the latest, the a. >> reporter: what a week even. lots of news for you. first of all baby number two for beyonce and jay-z and should kanye west think before he speaks? i don't know, just solve of what is trending tonight. beyonce pregnant in paris. >> ♪ >> twitter atmosphere on fire after jay-z saying pregnant with another one during one of their final sold out shows.
beyonce saying i'm your biggest fan, well, maybe it was hormones but kelce's friend were with b at the vma and they say her stomach was rock heart flat. django unchained star gets cuffed for kissing. >> publicly humiliated me amy haven't done anything wrong. >> who brought up the the race card. >> reporter: tmz with audio of danielle watts who say cops mistook her for a prostitute. lapd is investigating but danielle still venting on facebook. those cops could not stop me from experiencing myself, my spirit was and still is, free. >> unaudible. >> kanye impaired vision. two fans were boo add a kanye show after help refused to stand, only problem thinks were difficulties abled. >> he continue the show after he saw a crutch, leaving
in the air. great guy. chris and jessica back to you in the studio. yikes, okay. >> oh, brother. >> thank you very much. much more of the entertainment news the on the insider tonight at 7:30 and every week night at 7:30 right here on cbs-3. well, definitely interesting to go step outside this morning and realize that the short sleeves may be weren't cutting it, you needed a jacket, fleece or hoodie. you don't need it this afternoon. turnout to be a beautiful day. lets go through time lapse from our live neighborhood network camera at leadership academy in philadelphia notice puff i cumulus clouds that developed mid afternoon. now, blue skies as far as the eye can see. temperature there just 68 degrees feeling very comfortable. it has been a nice take at boardwalk plaza and rehoboth beach. shadows lengthening. people were outside on the beach. it was chilly. you have to make the most of it the down the shore. lets look at storm scan three which is clear. notice clouds filtering in
across portions of western pennsylvania at the moment and that ace head of the weak cool front coming through overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. you can see rain moving through portions of indiana where eagles are headed for monday night football. that roof will be closed as they take on the colts tonight. i want to zoom to the other side of the country where baha peninsula here getting hit hard by hurricane odial. you can see band of rain sneaking over mexico, arizona new mexico border and that will be in a threat for some flooding abe mud slides. as odial weakens as we go through overnight hours and into tomorrow and then head up through the rain storm into southern arizona an area that has dealt with mud slides just a couple weeks ago and could see yet another round of heavy flooding rain there. closer to home we're looking at a beautiful start to the monday evening, 71 degrees at the airport. sixty-nine in trenton. seventy-one in millville. 69 degrees in allentown. future weather shows clear skies and then clouds increase
overnight, not until early tomorrow morning that front begins to move through. it doesn't have a lot witt at 5:00 a.m., showers in the area it will intensify a bit as it moves into portions of new jersey. this is 8:00 a.m. prime rush hour time across the area and this could provide some slow downs. see heavy rain over portions of burlington county, camden, gloucester counties and moving down the shore by 10:00 o'clock. that will push out to sea. by 1:00 we are looking at sunshine across the area clearing things out throughout the rest of the afternoon. it will be a nice day. umbrella in the morning but grab sunglasses as you may need them for your drive home tomorrow evening. look at your shore forecast, heading down the shore for next couple days, september a great time to go. i was there last week. beautiful weather. water still nice and warm, morning showers tomorrow and looking fantastic by tomorrow afternoon and especially wednesday and thursday, little bit on the cool side but still pleasant with highs near 70. closer to home clouds increase, a few showers by
dawn, 59 degrees will be the overnight low, clouds are slower to come in we will drop in the 50's and clouds up sooner some spots could stay in the 60's here tonight. you're witness weather seven day forecast and shore cast shows temperatures below average right in the weekend but how beautiful is this forecast. 75 degrees won sunshine tomorrow afternoon. wednesday and thursday mid 70's sun inn a beautiful. cooler friday but still sunny and nice and upcoming weekend looks good with clouds and sunshine partly sunny sunday with we will start fall on monday, next monday and that is our next chance for a few showers. now back to you in the desk. on the cbs-3 healthwatch tonight new guidelines for a common health issue that many women just don't want to talk about not even with their doctors. >> three on your side health reporter stephanie stahl, explains. >> reporter: like millions of woman six three-year old shelley goalberg suffers from urinary incontinence. >> it seems that most of us hit middle age and then all of a sudden it is terrible. >> reporter: doctors say it is a common problem half of the
women between ages of 40 and 60 and three-quarters of women 75 and older have trouble controlling their bladder. american college of physicians has new recommendation toss treat the the problem, without surgery. >> ke g al exercises which strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, loss of weight and doing bladder training is retraining the bladder to hold more urine so you don't to have go frequently. >> reporter: doctors say medication may be recommended for some women, monk causes, age, child birth and obesity can play a role affecting pelvic muscles. >> ultimately with time, with age and other risk factors they weaken. keeping them strong is best way to prevent pelvic floor problems in general. >> reporter: shelley does her exercises three times a day and says it is helping. >> it is a fact of life but it doesn't have to be. >> researchers show half of the women struggling with the problem don't tell their doctor about it. experts say it is really important that women speak up
so they make sure they get right treatment. these recommendations are based on 20 years of research. >> it is hard, embarrassing but if you can eliminate discomfort that is a plus. still ahead on "eyewitness news" a milestone first day for prince harry. >> wait until you hear what he got as a gift this year, up next. blank hello! i'm a kid. and us kids have an important message for our grown ups. three grams daily of beta-glucan...
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>> reporter: prince harry celebrated end of games for a wounded soldiers, before cracking open a beer for his 30th birthday. harry's birthday bash was reportedly small, but prince got a big gift, of more than 16 million-dollar inheritance from the the estate of his late mountain mother princess diana. >> i think he thinks not about his mother, her legacy, what she would have wanted her children to have done. >> reporter: he has grown up to be a military man, who served in afghanistan. prince harry is incredibly popular here in the uk but most people wanting a birthday photo with the prince will have to settle for this a wax museum figure of the prince unveiled to mark his 30th. >> eligible bachelor. >> of course. >> reporter: this have been girlfriend and some scandalous headlines like harry's naked party vacation in las vegas. now some wonder if it is time the playboy prince settled down. >> i hope he is looking at his brother and saying that is what i want, family and little
kids. >> reporter: harry does not seem to mind that his brother william is expecting another baby bumping him further from the thrown. >> that is great. >> reporter: great to live life as a royal without the pressure of one day becoming king. in london, alfonso van marsh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". life is good for harry, we like harry. that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 search for a kill shore fires a gun that killed a young pregnant woman. we are live as manhunt intensifies. minnesota vikings running back adrian peterson will suit up for sunday's game. he has been reinstated to the team just a couple days after being charged with child abuse, kathy? sunny, 72 degrees day to day but not the case tomorrow, rain is on the way, we will also take a look at how lopping cooler weather will stick around as fall begins soon, it is coming up with the seven day. what women want could be the key to a happy marriage. "eyewitness news" at
6:00 starts right now. i knew she wasn't going to make it. she was pretty much, dead right there. she had a pulse but that is bit. >> caught in the cross fire, a young pregnant woman is shot in the face and killed. her baby ties, just a few hours later and this murder is now being called a double homicide. good evening, i'm chris may. i'm jessica dean. is there a growing memorial at this scene of that shooting. it happened in broad daylight in the 1500 block of adams avenue in frankford. "eyewitness news" reporter noel mcclaren is live there with more, noel. >> reporter: police are now calling this horrible incident, a double homicide, as you mentioned including mother and her baby girl. we have been watching this, memorial, right where the woman was shot, right in this area grow as the day goes on.
neighbors are paying their respects but they say they are still in disbelief that she has gone. new family's dreams broken but one bullet allegedly intended for someone else. >> i just knew she wasn't going to make it. >> reporter: police say eight months pregnant mega doto was relaxing in the 1500 block of adams avenue. friend say she was looking after a neighbor's child as she often did. >> i loved her. i like that long black hair. girls like to do hair. >> reporter: but in broad daylight investigators say that ten to 12 shots were fired in the 26 year-old's direction. >> one of the bullets struck the the decedent about a block away. >> reporter: police believe the gun man was aiming at white four door sedan when he struck doto instead. >> it could have been one of the children but it is sad it happened to her and baby as well. >> reporter: doctors were unable to save her or her baby galore died just hours after an emergency c-section, but police are hoping to catch her