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>> welcome back to "comics unleashed." do you like shopping? >> i love shopping. i went to a big box store. i get my dvds, right? and i get to the front and the alarm goes off because they forgot to deactivate the security tag on my merchandise. >> right. so -- and everyone in the store is looking at me. like i stole something. because -- i 'm canadian. >> here's the thing, the next time that happens to you, run as fast as you can. and when they catch you, show
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>> ♪ >> from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> tonight at 11 o'clock new details as we are tracking snow. "eyewitness news" inside penndot's command center as they monitor the roads and prepare for tomorrow's wintry weather. >> storm scan3 tracking that system headed our way and new at 11:00 we have updated snow
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totals. good evening to you, i'm jessica dean. >> and i'm chris may. meteorologist kathy orr having another busy night in the weather center with late information now. kathy. >> right now we are looking at this system moving swiftly toward the delaware valley and new information on snow amounts and the advisory from the national weather service has been expanded as well. first take a look at storm scan3. the very latest showing the center of the storm or that area low pressure right through minneapolis heading towards chicago its a fast moving clipper. we'll be seeing a little bit of a transformation going on here. i'll talk about that in a second. first look at these temperatures. allentown 29 redsing 28, philadelphia 33 going down below freezing overnight tonight. earlier this afternoon we had a few sprinkles and few flurries. this will freeze overnight tonight so we could have some patchy black ice come tomorrow morning so please be aware of that. then the snow moves in. between noon and 3:00 p.m. it will be moving in from the west towards the east, by west i mean the lehigh valley and
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by 3:00 p.m. seeing it everywhere. the steadiest snow during the evening commute between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. and i about 9 o'clock the snow will be coming to an end and by midnight we'll be drying out. winter weather advisories have been posted. we had it to the west of philadelphia earlier today but expanded through delaware and south jersey. the reason is because there will be a secondary development with this clipper off the coast of delaware and that could enhance some of the moisture especially through south jersey. so, we expect about a general accumulation of 1 to 3 inches of snow n-philadelphia one, one to two at best. immediately down the shore, a coating to an inch but there will be an area in interior south jersey even as you head down the shore that we could be seeing that enhanced moisture and possibly totals up to 4-inches of snow because of that secondary development. another low developing off the coast. it's all going to be determined by how much moisture and warm air that pulls in. it will be mixing with sleet as well. coming up, we have updated information coming into the weather center as we speak.
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we'll update on anything new talk about a potential weekend storm and more snow next week that would make it three snowfalls within one seven-day. haven't sheen since last yearly i'll be back later on with the broadcast. >> kathy thank you. you can track tomorrow's snow by downloading the cbsphilly weather app. you can get the latest forecasts from our team of meteorologists, also check radar any time. download the app for free on itunes and google play. >> you're looking here at the schuylkill expressway. chopper three was overhead as crews brined the pavement today. penndot says all its prep work is now wrapped up but they will be monitoring conditions across the region with the help of their expansive network of cameras. >> the plan will be to position our trucks on the highways loaded with salt so when the snow begins to fall whether it's late morning early afternoon they'll be salting the roadways, keep the roadways wet plow as necessary and the timing of
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the storm is obviously a concern because it looks like it appears that it will be extending into the evening rush hour. >> now, penndot does encourage drivers to stay at least six car lengths behind salt and plow trucks give them the room that they need to do their jobs out there. camden county told us tonight that's crews spent the day loading salt trucks and pretreating roads. they have more than 70 pieces of equipment standing by once the snow begins to fall. the camden county department of public works is responsible for plowing up to 1200 miles of roadway. neck check in with "eyewitness news" before you head out the door. our team gets started at 4:30 right here on cbs3. they'll have the very latest on the winter storm. >> i thomas westerman wolf. >> the 66-year-old democrat stressed the importance of bipartisanship during his inauguration address in harrisburg tonight the governor is celebrating with supporters at his inaugural
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ball in hershey. "eyewitness news" reporter diana rocco is there. >> the 47th governor of pennsylvania, tom wolf. >> reporter: governor tom wolf is escorted into the great american ballroom at the hershey lodge for the let's get started inaugural ball. before a crowd of supporters and the state's dignitaries. >> the expectations on us are really really high. >> i thomas wolf. >> reporter: earlier in the day with his hand on the bible the new governor took officers, his wife at his side. the democrat said education must be the my evident priority. >> nothing is more essential than working together to make sure that every child in pennsylvania every child has access to a great education. >> reporter: while protesters could be heard yelling ban fracking now wolf ran on a campaign promise of using a 5 percent tax on gas extraction to help fund schools not an easy move with the republican controlled legislature an looming projected 2 billion-dollar budget deficit. tom ridge says he has his work
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cut out for him. >> legislature has priorities. the governor has priorities. and how do they sit down and try to accommodate each other's interests and what do they do in order to get those things done. >> reporter: tuesday night with performances by valerie broussard and damien escobar for many the night was about celebrating new leadership in harrisburg. wednesday morning it will be time to roll up the sleeves and get to work. >> we've got to actually deliver on that promise. that's when the hard work really begins. >> reporter: tomorrow is day one for this administration. tom wolf has gained a reputation as a businessman for getting things done. time to see if that will translate to the political arena. in hershey, i'm diana rocco cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> governor wolf signed two executive orders, one bans members of his executive staff from accepting gifts from lobbyists the other makes the process of bidding for government contracts more transparent. >> for the sixth time t-president obama reported to congress on the state of the
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union but this time when he looked out on the house he saw many new faces. appearing for the first time before a congress controlled by republicans president obama spoke of a resurgent america following years of economic turmoil and threats to our security he said we have turned the page. >> the shadow of crisis has passed. and the state of the union is strong. (applause). >> describing his vision for the years ahead the president touched on familiar themes like expanded childcare paid sick leave and more affordable college tuitions. he pledged his remaining time in office will focus on the lives of the struggling middle class. >> we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and chances for everyone who makes the effort. >> but his idea for fostering that economy is a political. big tax hikes over 10 years on
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capital gains estates and corporations. $320 billion in all. for his newly empowered opposition it's a bridge too far. iowa freshman senator joni ernst delivered the republican response. >> we'll propose ideas that aim to cut wasteful spending and balance the budget. with many reforms not higher taxes like the president has proposed. >> while most topics the president touched on tuesday night will be hashed out in the congress, others will be determined outside of washington. most notably the state of race relations and the growing tension between law enforcement and citizens. >> we may have different takes on the events of ferguson and new york but surely we can understand a father who fears his son can't walk home without being harassed and surely we can understand the wife who won't rest until the police officer she married walks through the front door at the end of his shift. that's how we start rebuilding
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trust. >> quite a speech tonight and local leaders are responding. the governor of delaware jack markell said that our country's future prosperity depends on a strong middle class and a fair opportunity for all those striving for the middle class. he went on to say to achieve those goals requires that we give our people the skills they need to thrive in today's economy. republican u.s. senator pat toomey of pennsylvania responded saying i believe our country faces two big threats, one is from our own economy that is growing too slowly and the other is from islamic terrorist threat. i'm disappointed president obama didn't speak forcefully to these issues. reaction came in instantly on social media some using the hashtag cbs3, al cassidy said that the speech convinced this president will be helping to make more significant change in his final two years. while in response to the push to raise the minimum wage dim donkey hater said minimum wage isn't meant to support a
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family. want a better job pay for your own education. we would love to hear your thoughts on all of this. just use the hashtag cbs3 on social media or go to well, for the first time tonight the white house released the president's speech to the public before it was delivered. they also made it interactive. for those who followed online, the president's speech was complimented with graphics and statistics that related to the president's remarks. they could also tweet their favorite lines. >> just a short time ago jurors broke off deliberations in the trial of former tv sportscaster don tollefson. the jury deliberated late into the night after getting the case late today. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is in doylestown with new detailsism the jury had the case for some five hours and it became very clear that they were nowhere near making a decision in the tollefson case. throughout deliberations they raised several questions their most recent centering on exact dates of eagles away
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games, witness testimony as well as financial records of certain victims in this case. for weeks these jurors watched tollefson defend himself against allegations that he fleeced his victims of 340 thousands. that money paid to his charities in exchange for sporting events benefiting children. the prosecution says most of those outings never happened and that he used that money to bank roll his own lifestyle. now, tollefson has admitted that he did do some wrongdoings in this case but he said he never set out to scheme anyone. and said that he's just a bad businessman. now, if he is convicted, will he face some 37 years in prison and deliberations resume at the courthouse on wednesday. at the bucks county courthouse i'm justin finch cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> the woman charged with murder for setting her newborn on fire had a court appearance today in mount holly. hyphernkemberly dorvilier went before a judge via video. she was arrested friday night. police say she left her pemberton home after giving
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birth in a bathroom and according to police she then drove the baby a couple miles away to a dark road to kill the newborn. according to court documents she had a can of wd40 and a lighter in her possession. >> well, there's some disturbing charges tonight against a bucks county man. he is accused of inappropriately touching two girls during his daughter's sleepovers. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is live in bensalem. david, what have you learned tonight? >> reporter: well, chris right now david huebsch is behind bars here in bucks county on a $750,000 bail. detectives tell me this case is far from over. in fact, they were actively seeking out more possible victims. 36-year-old david huebsch said nothing as bensalem police officers walked him to the back of a squad van. he's accused of inappropriately touching two 10-year-old girls at his daughter's sleepovers. >> it's very scare tree have that happen so close to home. >> reporter: ann-marie catalano lives across the street from huebsch, right across from the house in which
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police say the alleged touching happened on two separate occasions. >> my daughter is only four, she's not sleeping over anywhere yet but it makes me want to make sure i know the parents well. "eyewitness news" spoke to another neighbor who asked us to hide her identity. she says huebsch is well known in the neighborhood. >> i'm shocked by the whole thing, just totally shocked. it seems unbelievable to me. >> reporter: bensalem township public safety director fred herron says the parents of one of the girls recently came to his detectives. he says the two 10-year-old girls go to the same school is that the alleged abuse happened over an 18 month period behind this door. >> it's just a horrific act by this creep and i don't know what more you can describe to have a 36-year-old man assemblily molest two girls. >> reporter: huebsch's attorney says his client will have his day in court. >> he's innocent and i think the facts will bear that out when we have an can actual hearing and we hear the accusers under oath.
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>> reporter: his attorney nick mancini says he's going ask for a reduction of bond try to lower that $750,000 bail. meanwhile his client is charged with indecent sexual assault, corruption of minors and unlawful contact. we're live in bensalem, david spunt, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> david thank you. new video tonight, a burglar tries to break into a home by throwing a fluoro pot through a sliding glass door not once but twice. this happened on coach lane in hopewell township mercer county january 14th while the homeownerrer was in the shower. now, after feeling the house shake that homeowner ran downstairs to investigate and scared off the suspect. anyone with informationing is asked to call police. up next, a hero in the face of tragedy. hear from the off duty officer who jumped into action saving two lives after an icy crash on the blue route. kathy. >> coming up, new information about our system bringing snow tomorrow plus two more chances for snow in the seven day after this. we'll talk about what's to
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come and what we're looking at with those as well in the seven-day forecast. >> also ahead here on "eyewitness news" at 11 o'clock, new details on the pope's vis tightest to philadelphia. hear what we've learned about the trip including where the pontiff may be meeting with some childre
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>> liftoff of the atlas five rocket. >> impressive video from florida tonight. you're looking at the liftoff of the atlas five rocket. it is carrying a 15,000-pound navy communication satellite. this satellite is the third of five and it's part of a plan to deliver cell phone like 3g mobile communication around the world. >> time is running out tonight for japan to respond to a threat from the militant group isis. new video was released today showing two japanese men dressed in orange jump suits. the masked figure in this video demands a $200 million ransom within 72 hours or he
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says the hostages will be killed. this video marks the first time that isis has publicly demanded cash in exchange for hostages. >> a hero has emerged from the tragic events on the icy roads in our area this weekend. >> radnor township rookie police officer james gallagher was off duty when he came onto the scene of this accident on the blue route. a car driven by jason anderson was on its way to dover when it slammed into a tractor-trailer and became wedged underneath. officer gallagher was the first to arrive and he quickly realized the driver was not alone. >> the operator wasn't responsive at all. there was a female passenger who walks you know, she could hear me, she could responds to me. she started to scream her baby. i went to get the back door of the car opened and there's a child in the car seat. >> officer gallagher used a knife to cut that car seat out of the wreckage. the baby and mother survived. however, jason anderson a 33-year-old who worked at dover international speed way was killed in that crash.
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>> philadelphia archbishop charles chaput reveals more details about pope francis' visit to philadelphia. "eyewitness news" caught up with the archbishop as he launched the 2015 catholic charities appeal today. chaput is hosting the pope during the world meeting of families september 26th and 27th and he says three items are on the tentative agenda. >> sure, i know there's going to be a stadium visit with young people and grandparents a-festival of families on the parkway on saturday night and there's going to be a mass at the same venue on the parkway on sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. >> the archbishop says he's headed to rome in two weeks to meet with the pope to firm up his agenda. new tonight the public gets another chance to weigh in on plans to redesign philadelphia's love park. the city recreation department hosted its final informational meeting. planned upgrades include adding restaurants and new
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terraces to the open space. the love statue will remain the heart of that park. input gathered will be shared with the design team. >> it's a cold night across the delaware valley and we could run into a few icy spots come tomorrow morning. so, please be aware of that. anything that looks wet could be ice. we're talking about a quiet night before the clipper moves in and that means some snow. right now looking at some snow at jack frost/big boulder. the snowers and ski boarders out this evening with man-made snow. mother nature will provide about an inch in the poconos that's just about it for you come tomorrow afternoon. on storm scan3 you can see we're in between the clouds. it's mostly cloudy out there with some breaks and our eyewitness weather watchers are reporting some areas of fog out there as well f you're going to be driving during the early morning hours be watchful of that. take a look at some of our reports from our eyewitness weather watchers. temperatures basically in the 30's beltway we do have some 20's to talk about.
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we'll start off right about where where hal reports in collingswood 30 degrees, not much of a wind out there so we don't have to worry about anything in the way of wind chills come tonight or tomorrow morning. lou reporting 31 degrees with a calm wind in eagleville. delaware looking at many of our eyewitness weather watchers reporting, it is 26 degrees in new castle county, delores says in newark no wind but a temperature of 26 degrees. take a look at some of these numbers. in philadelphia it's 33 at international airport, 28 already in reading and allentown 29. the poconos sitting at 21 degrees. we will watch this clipper zip quickly toward the region tomorrow and then it's going to redevelop. something that these clippers don't usually do, they do not pack a lot of moisture but it's going to redevelop right off the coast of delaware and possibly push more moisture toward the coast and where we see that warm cold line, the line between the sleet and the snow will be where we have some enhanced precipitation. take a look at future weather. this is what it will look like


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