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break nice isis claims responsibility for the in texas, two men killed by police sunday night after they shot a security guard outside the, the security guard survived the shooting, more development, and more news, on this situation coming up throughout out broadcast. right now 5:30, you can add one more to the list of republicans seeking the white house. mike huckabee kicks off his campaign today in his hometown of hope. former home of president bill clinton. has plenty of company for the gop nomination including two
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who jumped in yesterday. >> if you believe that it is time for citizens to stand up to the political class and say enough, then join us. >> i'm probably never going to be politically correct because i'm not a politician. >> doctor ben carson is a retired world renouned pediatric neurosurgeon. carly is the first female ceo of fortune 100 company hewett packard both running as washington outsiders. >> well, rare display of emotion from convicted boston marathon bomber tsarnaev dzhokhar. as his aunt testified during the trial's penalty phase tsarnaev cried the aunt also lost her come pews your. his defense hoping to spare him the death penalty. three people were killed, 260 others wounded during the boston marathon bombing. >> right now we want to get our traffic and weather together. check in with katie first and warm dry start. >> yes definitely off to very mild start certainly, as you said, it is dry it, does not
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stay that way unfortunately for everybody as we track our laters cold front. we want little wet weather maybe wash some of the pollen away it, will help the levels of pollen drove zero -- drop off in the days ahead also not dealing with a wash out either. so it is one of those days that features bit of variety pack for our area, if you have any outdoor plans, this is definitely good time to get them n you can see some. wet weather well off to the west here t does look like that particular pulled is essentially going to bypass us, but if you look basically from maine through the clouds, in pennsylvania, and back toward just north of cincinnati, that is the front that will be sagging south throughout the day today. and that's what's going to help produce these late day showers and thunderstorms. so that's when they do happen, afternoon into tonight. but in the meantime, we are off to warm start. certainly going to have sun initially, right back to the mid 80s, which is still obviously well above average. as we look ahead to the afternoon. sunshine returns tomorrow. keep an eye on radar there.
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by thursday the sun is back it, does look as though it will stick around, for couple of days yet again. so we overall are looking at beautiful pay-back, for so many cold days in the month of february. sixty-three out at the airport and little cooler by comparison remote suburbs like lancaster through the course of of the afternoon low mid 80s, shore points, philadelphia, shore may actually miss out on much in the way of wet weather until we head toward evening but the further inland you are the likelihood you'll see shower or thunderstorm begin to pop up out there over to you. >> good morning, yes, looks like classic mid-summer day little bit more humid outside right now, we have the late afternoon showers storms, the good news is, we are dry now and pack your sunglasses if you're about to head out. we take you to 76, around 202 looking east, tail light see the skies starting to brighten up, 5:57 is sunrise so we are
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battling sun glare once again this morning we take you to the boulevard, this is southbound headlight headed into the schuylkill expressway. looking good, this hour, with the dry conditions. there are your area speeds, pretty much at the speed limit this hour for all of the major highways, did have little back up 295 northbound overturned vehicle cleared, glasco delaware route 72 closed between route 40, due to downed polls and wires just off of route one the jersey turnpike southbound between burlington-mt. holly and route 73 left and center lanes block until 6:00 this morning. that is due to construction, and we still have that house fire going on, towamenson, saw mill way near troxell road. weikel will get you around that fire. left lane closed just before the toll plaza due to vehicle fire, back to you. >> right now 5:34. in business news this morning of course, it is cinco de mayo
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today. >> also, what's making new cars cost more, money watch's jill wagner joins us up in new york at the stock exchange, morning, jill. >> what a difference few days makes on wall street. markets are again flirting with record highs, the dow jumped 46 points yesterday nasdaq finished 12 points, higherif you're in the market for a new car, it is probably going to cost you more. the price after new car is up 2.6% from this time last year. according to kelly blue book, the increase is partly because many automakers roo redesigning their popular models. well, while those extra fees are adding up to the airlines, the department every transportation says airlines collected $3.5 billion in bag fees last year. that's up 5% from 2013. they are collecting $3 billion in reservation fees, and reservation change fees, excuse me, up 6%. and, this cinco de mayo taco bell's giving away free sausage and bacon tacos between seven and 11:00 a.m.
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taco bell is calling it breakfast defector day. trying to win over some breakfast customers, from mcdonald's, how better to do it than with a free breakfast ukee erika? >> sausage and bacon? >> it sounds delicious. >> yes it, does. >> going to have to get some of those. >> yes, we will, maybe in a couple of hours thanks, jill. >> maybe throw scrapple on there, too? >> no. >> the word is fashion some of the worlds' biggest stars shove off their stunning looks at the red carpet at the met gala. >> our sister station in new york, showing you some of the most outrageous outfits. >> the most exclusive guest list could you dream up. and many people say they love this event so much, because there is no pressure that comes along with a awards show. there is plenty of pressure, though, to look good. the met gala known as the party of the year, is also a costume ball and over the top
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fashion show, starring all the stars. george clooney with his wife, stepped on to the red carpet, next to sophia, jennifer lopez stunned in a fiery gown with shear side panels. kim kardashian wore a similar look, with husband kanye west by her side. many celebrities arrived with a design here created their dresses. kate hudson was michael coors. the design was modern twist to a traditional chinese gown, nod to the theme of this year's gala, chinese whispers. the mets spring exhibition celebrates how china influences western fashion and art and sarah jessica parker bald chinese jeweled head piece. >> tour head piece, is it heffy? >> no, easy breeze. >> i host of cbs the talk, julie chen and her husband cbs president and ceo shared a playful moment about the theme. >> my husband is very funny like, you know, do you have wear like jade tonight or i don't know, it has to be
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something very chinese. i said guess what? no matter what i wear, i'm chinese, so it works. >> it is great to just come and see everybody really dressed up. and it is great to be with the most beautiful woman here. >> the guest list included plenty of people outside the entertainment industry too. former yankee derrick jeter and former new york city mayor michael bloomberg who walked the red carpet twice, the woman who made the most waves rihanna, in a fur trimmed yellow cape that required three wranglers. >> aside from being a massive social event, it is also the mets costume institute's biggest fundraiser of the year. last year the event raised $12 million. reporting in new york sit cbs-3, "eyewitness news". now, beyonce was fashionably late on the red carpet but she did show off herschel are you see-throughout fit on instagram. that seems to be the look they're going for. a lot of folks saying she stole the spotlight last night. but j-lo and kim kardashian,
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also, working that kind of same look, shear sequins. >> what was rihanna was that rihanna? >> that bright yellow cape that took three people to help her along the way? >> i heard it took like two years to make that dress. how do you get there in that? >> time well spent. >> you what do come in? >> i bet they bring in a in it own separate car. >> really. >> my coat's back there. cup bring it me? >> whatever floats your boat. and, a lot of monday. >> i two years to make that dress. >> all right. well, it is being called the sweetest resignation ever. >> you can say the way one man quit his job is all in good taste. and, a hairy situation foremen with beards. the hidden danger in some men's facial hair. be right back!
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you've tried to forget your hepatitis c. but you shouldn't forget this. hep c is a serious disease.
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left untreated it can lead to liver damage and potentially liver cancer. but you haven't been forgotten. there's never been a better time to rethink your hep c because people like you may benefit from scientific advances that could help cure your hep c. visit or call a hep c educator to help prepare you for a conversation with your hep c specialist. >> on the health watch dangers of exercise equipment. according to government data, almost 460,000 people, went to the emergency room, for injuries related to exercise. >> about 19,000 of those injuries, were caused by treadmills. injuries included broken bones, chest pain, sometimes death. >> a surprising new study here, finds that facial hair could be dirtier than a toiletbowl.
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a group of my row biologists in new mexico say bacteria that beards collect are the kind of things you find in feces. they say the key to a germ-free beard is regular hand washing and keeping hands away from the face. >> mustaches are cool, though? >> yup. you keep that nice and trimmed and wash your hands a lot. i know. ya. >> well, goes without saying our parent and guardians have huge influence on who we become as adult. >> for one man, his mother's battle with breast cancer shapes not only who he is, but his career path, too. >> when carlos hernandez was growing up, he admit he was full-blown mama's boy. >> my mom and dad and i will go to the movies every weekend, and we will go to hometown buffet. we would just have little family outings, just the three of us. >> the young that's large family carlos, always close with his mother. she called him my sweet.
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>> she was that special person to me who always believed in me. even when i do believe in myself. >> at just 16, it was carlos' turn to believe in his mom when she learned she had had breast cancer. >> she was diagnosed when she was 55 because that was the first time she ever had a mammogram. her primary care physician didn't request that mammogram when she probably should have had it. and my mom didn't know that she could speak up about it. >> that delay meant her cancer, which is considered quite treatable, early on, had already spread to her lymph nodes. after a long battle with breast cancer, she passed, forever changing carlos' life path. >> i wanted to help people feel more confident about their issue about their diagnosis, about their illness. >> after graduating from the university of pennsylvania, he chose a career in public health. when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity arrived.
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>> i have always tried to figure out how i could carry on my mom's legacy, work for an organization, work for a cause that just meant so much to me. and here it is. >> carlos' now in charge every grants for komen philadelphia, providing medical and educational services to under served women in our area. giving them the information that may have saved his mother's life. a mother he'll be thinking of this sunday, at race for the cure. >> i'm going see her there i'll see her there in all of those smiles, even though she can't be there, i know she is there. >> yes, he will. yes, he will. beautiful. >> and he'll be volunteering and stop by and say hi, and just -- you can just tell they had such a close relationship. really her illness shaped his entire life. and he now is helping so many women, thousands of women in own community. >> you can definately see. that i'm looking forward to meeting him. i'll be out there. >> we hope you can join ukee,
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katie, all of us, for live coverage of the 25th anniversary of the susan g. komen race for the cure for breast cancer, 25 years of saving lives. we're live on the air starting at 6:00 a.m. on mother day that's this sunday, may tenth and katie some news, looking like peach after forecast? >> definitely look that way, yes. we continue the above average warmth yet again today. we drop off little tomorrow. then rebound once again and see that, in the seven day forecast, but we take you on out to the eyewitness weather watcher network here. they have been reporting this morning very mild air in place. the lowest of the pack right now, 53 degrees temperature out here, across some of the northwest suburbs, we stick close to the delaware, ed connor sent in nice clear moonlit sky this morning. he is at 59 degrees here in chesterfield, and nice and mild, he says here for the morning, as he takes his dog for walk. i know he does that every single morning he sends us great pictures along the wayment lynn sent in clear sky, as well, cherry hill, 62,
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already for her. she said she thought someone left the porch light on, but it is the moon shining until the another moonlit morning for us although, now that sun at least the light of day starting to pop over the horizon. again, clear scient from david, in clementon with modest northwest flow. right now, though, we are tracking frontal boundary, that's eventually going to be sagging south. somewhat slowly, and it will be bringing with it at least potential for a couple of showers, or thunderstorms around our area. so you can see sort of draped back here, this heavier batch of rain looks as though generally going to bypass us to the north may help produce additional shower tomorrow through the northern region. meanwhile otherwise, you know, definitely some volatile weather going on across the southern planes, subtropical system developing, out over the caribbean and in toward portions of hispaniola. so that's something else we have to keep an eye on. not necessarily for the local level, but around the rest of the country a lot of things going on, and we are sort of sheltered otherwise. now, granted later on today you can see the cloud
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beginning to build, this is 1:00 p.m., this afternoon. appears as though we will get you through the lunch hour, if you want to celebrate cinco die mayo outdoors, few speckles of green do start to pop up. they'll be out there through the evening and possibly even into late tonight. so just keep an eye on that for you, if you hear thunder head inside of course. even tomorrow, that left over shower, and modest hit on the thermometer, and then we rebound, right now, it is looking like a very warm and sunny upcoming mothers day weekends, certainly for the race for the cure, justin, it is looking pretty good for that in the morning sunday, too. >> i can't beat t comfortable in the morning gets little warm in the afternoon but we won't complain about mid 80s for this time of year. we do have accident in center city coming off the ben franklin bridge, right before eighth and vine, franklin street taking out two right lanes here, keep that in mind, about to head over the bridge into the city again at franklin street two right lanes blocked right before eighth street, and vine st. that's an accident here in center city. new jersey looking good on 42 freeway, volume picking up just little bit.
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at least dry looks like we lost that camera. we will take you down to delaware and glasco route 72, closed, between route 40, and del law road due to down polls and wires. porter road is the alternate to get around that closure. the turnpike southbound new jersey, we are dealing with construction, left and center lanes taken out between burlington-mt. holly route 73 that goes until 6:00 this morning. back to you. >> thanks so much. well, president obama opening up about his presidency on his final appearance on the late show with david letterman. >> the two men spoke about baltimore, poverty climate change, and also, found some time to joke about their upcoming retirement. "eyewitness news" reporter just continue finch joins us now in our sat sent war recap of last night's appearance. >> the 44th president of the united states, barack obama. >> all laughs for the outgoing late show host, and soon to be outgoing commander in chief. >> is this the first count
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rough ' presidented? >> it is, i suspect the first and last. >> monday's sit down was the eighth for president obama. >> nice round number for the first sitting president, to appear on letterman's late show. >> no surprise, the conversation was wide ranking turning for a time to the unrest in baltimore, between law end foesment and communities every colors. >> are. >> poverty, lack of education all across this country. and too often we ignore those pockets. then we act surprised, we have the tv cameras come, in put the police officers in real tough spot. >> there was some news breaking post white house the president revealed he and the first lady plan to pursue their passions including climate change and veterans calls it quote different
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capacity. >> god bless you mr. president. >> letterman as last late show may 20th just more than two weeks from now. >> mr. obama also, thanked for his 22 years at the late show desk, also says once they're both retired and done he wants to meet for starbucks, maybe play game of dominoes' sometime soon. will cents makes way for steven cobair's transition. live in the sat center, justin finch, "eyewitness news". >> only 12 new episodes left of the late show with david letterman. tonight, he sits down with reese whitherspoon at 11:35 right after "eyewitness news" at 11:00 here on cbs-3. we'll be right back.
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there's over two hundred thousand students in philadelphia. jim kenney and tony williams are fighting over public schools versus charters. i think they're both's making sure they all get a good education. teachers should have their contracts respected. they also should be held accountable.
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and it's wrong philadelphia gets less school funding than other parts of pennsylvania. i'll work with harrisburg to change that. but if they refuse i'll take them to federal court. as mayor i'll do what's right for them.
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>> seven year old seems to be okay, but the search continues for a gunman. girl was in her family's car 53rd and haverford, occupant of another car opened fire. >> two delaware teenagers exposed to a pesticide while on vacation in the virgin islands that pesticide has been prohibited since 1984. >> gop sealed for the presidential nomination is getting more clouded now mike huckabee kicks offer his campaign in hometown of hope. that is also the hometown of former democratic president bill clinton. right now, it is 5:53. we want to check in with katie for our forecast, more heat today, right? >> definitely we can expect to see temperatures easily rebound once again into the mid 80s out there we take that live look, "skycam 3", it looks little hazy offer in the distance, doesn't it here? you can see some of the light every day popping over the horizon, leading us to start off with sunshine, some clouds
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offer in the distance, though, looking further inland on storm scan3. and eventually, we are going to start to see some showers and thunderstorms to get triggered later today. sixty-three your current temperature, meanwhile, at philadelphia international airport, as the day goes on, we expect the high to easily hit 84 but again got to keep eye to the sky for the scattered showers and storms. >> mid 80s we take it, not record high for this date, 90 degrees. but here we go accident, we won't take this, this is coming off the ben franklin bridge. right before franklin street. taking out two right lanes. looks like we are dealing with back up, starting to the bridge especially with the increased volume. so just keep that keep that in mind coming over the river into philadelphia. ninety-five starting to pick up basically allegheny south all the way into the vine. right around cottman. volume increasing, have some patience this morning, stay with us, we'll be right back.
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i used to be able to have students come in and we do a social studies project and it was connected to language arts and it was connected to math. we educated in such an interdisciplinary way that educated the whole child. the testing shouldn't be in the driver's seat. i should be in the driver's seat. i should be directing my students in a way that's helping them make connections not just for an assessment but for life.
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resignation letter that takes the cake. >> news director in tuscon, arizona resigned with his job with there is a cake.
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mark herman wanted to soften the below of the announcement so had his resignation letter put on a cake with strawberry filling. 's office jokester, followed up the cake with more formal resignation letter. >> pretty cool. >> very thoughtful idea. i'm sure people appreciated it in the news room. we're just high even a's in there. in the news room you smell it -- game over! but always something on there my favorite question i hear is how long has this been here? >> i know, i know. >> how long is too long? >> i know! take a boat -- never mind. oh, right now it is 5:57. and we will be right back. >> good morning.
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>> good morning, in the news this morning, family un fire in west philadelphia. >> a stray bullet injuries a little girl, sitting in the back seat after car and philadelphia police think they know why it happened. now, at police headquarters with what the investigation has revealed. good morning! judge police say they believe the gunman to be responsible for this shooting, that opened fire, into this car they believe, that this person may have done this, because they got upset originally, behind the wheel. more on that in just a minute, but first, little girl who was injured, just seven years old police say that bullet is still lodged in her skull but miraculously, they do expect her to be okay. >> little girls, sisters sitting in the safe tiff of their back seat friday night. peace of minds along with the glass shielding them shoot nardine stant. stray bullet, pierced the window, hit


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