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nd in his car and garage. >> it is not just you. >> a lot of mail. >> good morning it is thursday july 23rd i'm erika von tiehl. i'm nicole brewer. we have your day started with with a check of weather and traffic with meisha and katie. >> good morning good morning. maybe that weather might have something to do with traffic looking so good right now katie. >> anytime you have a damp road it will slow you down out there but for now things are completely quiet in the weather department. i have to tell you i love bringing you forecast is like this it means i can sit back and wednesday will my thumbs a few minutes rather than be tracking storms. that is good too. nice break for everybody right. looking at storm scan three, quiet as can be say for a couple of high clouds out there and that has led to some gorgeous sunrise as we were able to bring you one in the last hour here, about 15 minutes ago. atlantic city was lit up just looking, so, so, beautiful. sixty-five is current temperature in that location in fact, at the airport. we're at 69 in philadelphia. sixty-six by comparison, much
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cooler, at mount pocono. look at the dew point in mount pocono w a light wind that is within of the best hair days we have seen, in our area in a long time. so, perhaps we will take the boat on the water do some fishing, why not crop your hair nicely. two go hand and hand. we have low dew points in the 50's. even again 40's depending on location but with that nice low humidity in place and full sunshine and light wind it really does not get much better than this mid 70's in the poconos. the that is your head line there sunshine across the board at the shore points. ale need sun block regardless of your plans to be outside today, but whatever you have got going on it is a great excuse enjoy it. meisha, over to you. that makes me so happy. i'm so happy here in this beautiful weather. it has been ever since i have arrived here in philadelphia. >> it makes a difference. >> yes. >> excellent outside. >> for traffic especially in that morning so nice to have that sunshine. it is beautiful outside.
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good morning. if you are just waking up with us welcome i'm happy to report in the world of travel things are looking good both on the roadways and in the eras well. here's the delaware county i-95 north bound at 452. you can see steady flow, everyone traveling at posted speed here traveling toward the airport you are in good company there. seventy-six, schuylkill expressway moving in the eastbound direction past 202 and conshohocken area rather you can see thinks looking good. in both directions. the this is actually looking g but you can see that sunshine so we will start to see sun up, slow down, but bring these sunglasses. and then we have construction on the vine street expressway between i-95 and schuylkill, give yourself a couple extra minutes in the westbound lanes right lane will be close today between 9:00 a a in m and 3:00 p.m. that is a very busy stretch. we have an accident in belmont held bristol road at bensalem boulevard, and a car seeing to go in the pole, not a good start to the morning. yikes. erika, over to you.
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thanks meisha. waking up, to a violent night in philadelphia three people are shot and killed in three different neighborhood. "eyewitness news" reporter, justin finch is in tacony where police are investigate a double shooting. the justin, good morning. >> reporter: erika, good morning. five shootings, three of them fatal, two were hospitalized and youngest victim is just 15 years old. lets take you first to the video in fair hill. about 10:00 had last night a 20 year-old man was shot in that area at least six times twice in his head, this is in the the area have west clear field and north howard street. victim was in that area with a woman near his home when a male shooter approached, opened fire and fled that scene. that shooter is still on the loose this morning. let's take you now to north philadelphia, two shootings in that area one on the 100 block of columbus street, that is where a man was found dead, somewhere between the age of 25 and 30 years old we now know he was shot at least twice once in the the head and
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back and he was not immediately identified by authorities. new to the 100 block of susquehanna where a 15 year-old boy was found with a gunshot wound to his arm. we are told he tried to duck when he heard those shots being tired fired nearby. a car was struck six times. he was taken to i st. christopher's. he was shot by a stray bullet last nights. in that kobe after we were at 1:00 a.m. shots were fired here too 21 year-old man was found shot near unruf avenue and mars den street. police arrived and remains here on this scene continuing to investigate. authorities here now set the scene for you lets take a listen. >> reporter: shortly after 1:00 o'clock in the morning police came out here and we found one male that was shot on the highway deceased. he was shot in the head and shot in the neck. also, there was another male that was shot, he was taken to aria torresdale hospital, in
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surgery. >> reporter: police got that second victim a 28 year-old man to aria torresdale and he was shot we are told in his back. again, he was taken right into surgery. police say they saw three men witnesses saw three men leaving the scene a after those shots were fired and as you can see new live this morning police remain here on the scene crime scene units here detectives, as well and the tape still marking area where these two men were found shot here early this morning. now in total five victims five people shot, three of them dead and in three sections across the city of philadelphia, and for now we are live at one of them in tacony justin finch for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you for that. meanwhile, listen to this a prison guard is recovering this morning after he as stabbed by a inmate. that prompted a lock down yesterday at curran-fromhold correctional facility in northeast philadelphia. that guard is in stable condition, at area torresdale hospital. authorities have not yet said what led to that stabbing.
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now keep in mind this is the same prison that pope francis will visit during his stay in philadelphia. a philadelphia police officer is out of the hospital after he have is shot in the line of duty. police say that officer was attempting to arrest a suspect yesterday morning at the north brook apartment complex on woodhaven road. investigators say that devon guisherd shot that officer. police returned fire, and killed him. special swat team body arm or saved the officer's life. >> this particular vest has an extra flap that goes down, and that is what caught the round. had it been a regular patrol officer he might the not have been so lucky. >> reporter: the officer, who has been on the force for 17 years, was treated for a bruce near his stomach. devon guisherd was arrested in 2006 and 2012 on criminal charges. he was considered a fugitive from justice following the shooting of megan doto last summer. now for ten months authorities were on the hunt for him a search that came to a violent end. there is no word why police could not track him down previously. the family of thewoman
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found hanging in texas jail cell is now looking for answers. in take forms show conflicting information about sandra bland's state of mind. cbs news, correspondent hanna daniels has more. >> reporter: sandra bland's handwritten jailed in take form there are check marks in the yes category, next to the questions asking have you ever felt very depressed. do you feel that way right now? yet, in this computer generated one only a few hours later the same questions are mark no. bland's family and friend have insisted she would not have hanged herself in her jail cell three days after her arrest. >> she was making plans to get out of jail. >> reporter: leave on mostly said bland left him this rather upbeat voice mail while behind bars. cbs news has in the yet been able to confirm independently. >> kind of switching lanes with no signal turning, i don't even necessity. >> reporter: both forms do show bland had previously attempted suicide but jail
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officials in waller county never placed her on suicide watch. mayor michael wolf, senior says many people have already made up their mind about a tragedy still under investigation. >> we don't have these issues being presented in terms of extreme racist tensions. >> get out of the car. >> i will get you out. >> bland was arrested after a confrontation during a routine traffic stop july 10th after seeing dash cam video, her family questions why she was arrested in the first place. 6:08. a wear house fire in middlesex county continues to burn this morning. fire fighters plan to let that fire burn itself out before they pinpoint what sparked it. the wear house was filled with plastics, cars and house hold goods which only fueled that fire. doctor was one hand injury. this is what the scene looks like right now. you can see hundreds of evacuated residents still waiting to go hoping. and remember the big storm
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that ripped a path of destruction across south injuries bye a month as? now those hard hit communities will get help. president obama signed disaster declaration making federal fund ago veilable to atlantic burlington, camden and gloucester counties. governor christie requested that federal assistance last week. if you are heading to the shore today you could see extra police officers on the road. they are conducting a hurricane evacuation drill on major highways including ac expressway and garden state parkway. the goal, to make sure evacuation routes are set in place of the major hurricane n roads will be closed during that drill nicole. >> 6:09. coming up, postal worker charged after thousands of pieces of mail that were speaksed to be deliveries found at his home. also bill cosby loses a major court ruling in the the sexual assault case against him. find out how that could lead to a new deposition from the comedian. go go.
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>> family escapes a fast moving wild fire in glazer national park and it is all caught on camera for you, we will have that coming up next. >> ♪ folks are on their way to work summer school, to camp this morning. we're looking live outside meisha will get you you on your way when we come back after the break good morning.
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new customers can save an average of $500 just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. one local neighborhood is fired up and furious at their mail carrier accused of now delivering 22,000 pieces of mail. investigators say they found them in his car and garage, in his northeast philadelphia home. prosecutors say that the deambrose ohio failed to deliver letters to treasury checks between may 2014 and january of this year. the a arrest is causing a big stir in tacony. >> that is a lot of mail. >> i had no idea this was going on. >> if convicted, deambrose ohio could face six months in prison, as well as a fine. that is a a lot of pieces of mail, more than 20,000, so can you imagine all of the pieces
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of mail that people didn't receive. they are like what the heck is going on. >> folks are wondering where their check is. >> now they have the answer for you. >> 6:14. now time for a check of the forecast. katie, you are everyone's favorite person and for good reason. >> thank you. as opposed to a bad reason. >> yes good you never know, it is possible. we are looking at beautiful weather to not tell the story so gorgeous. we have a southwest wind component here but we have a goose egg in terms of how strong that wind is right now as we are here at kutztown area middle school. i love these long shadows. it remind me of football season and maybe driving out to penn state that time of the year. we have clear skies 55 degrees, so comfortable outside, it is just lovely across the game. i want to talk about why this is happening. we have high pressure building in from north to south suppressing a front off to the south and the heat.
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so down to miami jacksonville atlanta memphis, still very warm and steamy and fact that the jet stream is shoved south by high pressure but don't typically find front clearing south east this time of the year. all of the heat and humidity get brought up as a result. heat off to the south when we look at area temperatures these are current air temperatures from dallas, tam parks charleston and st. louis, we will all well above where we stand right now at philly international. it is a lovely start to the daze and whole day looks great. 85 degrees and sunshine with the low humidity. watch it the for the sun glare, guys, that will get you here today and tomorrow. not to mention saturday. temperatures, generally speaking staying pretty steady in the mid to upper 80's. the by sunday we will notice an up tic in humidity and that is our medication shot for shower and storm as our next cold front starts to move in. but you know up until that point, i don't know how else to tell you.
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>> long way away. >> yes. >> absolutely. >> surely. >> so, let me tell you your morning commute is looking great. we have breaking news right now. we do have a gas leak outside i always think whenever we have a gas leak everybody drive carefully around this area thinks allegheny avenue. just use your appropriate cautionness this area we have crews on the site trying to clean up that for you. if you are around this area give yourself a couple extra minutes, because you will need it. i can tell you all of the road this morning have been slow going outside of. that we have a beautiful sun glare, as you you can see it is sunny gorgeous outside. but because of this it will cause you some sun up, slow down, if you will, pack those sunglasses, you will need them. i will show you another stretch if i can. just make sure if you are traveling on the vine street expressway today, you will be having some road construction. so the right lane in the westbound side is going to be closing between 95 and 76, the
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the schuylkill expressway between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. this will certainly cause some slow downs on your drive-in today this guy is moving a little bit slow in the westbound side, again it is closed between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., that is in terms of the everything in terms of the vine street traffic level. beside that, things are looking pretty g then, of course, we have other activity i will tell but in another traffic hit in 15 minutes. guys back to you. thank you, moremeisha. fast moving wild fire forced residents and campers to evacuate. also word that a major bridge that philadelphians use almost every day, will be shut down, could be shut down when the pope comes to town in september. jan is live with that story coming up.
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fire fighters in napa, california are working around the clock today to obtain this massive wild fire. wind driven fire has burn more than 4,000 acres and threatening 150 structures. that fire has forced resident and campers in the area to evacuate, authorities say that fire was started by a car accident and then quickly grew. several hikers had been rescued, officials are urging visitors to stay away from that area. >> my gosh go, go, go now. >> terrifying moment caught on video as missouri family drove quickly to escape that wild fire. the family was vacationing at
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the glazer national park in montana when the fire broke out. >> i could even feel warmth on my hand as i was filming outside the window. it was super hot. i have never seen anything like it before. closest thing i have ever seen was a small field fire so it is just totally shock to go me. >> that fire forced visitors to abandon their vehicles. they were shuttled out by officials. another lawsuit begins bill cosby gets the go ahead despite his attempts to block that case from moving forward. the california supreme court rejected cosby's petition seeking review of that case. the that means suits filed by would the man can proceed at the trial level. she claims the comedian sexually assaulted her in 1974 at the playboy mansion. her attorney believes they now have a right to take a deposition from cosby. 6:21. there could be a lion on the loose in milwaukee. self sight goes reported and making residents nervous. find out what happened when
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one person went so far as to shoot at what he thought was the lion. another gorgeous day ahead, can't talk about the weather enough today but we are getting spoiled, katie. >> absolutely, and we will keep this going. we will be spoiled brats with our weather department here for the next couple of days, i will tell you exactly when the next shot for showers and storms comes along but in the meantime sit back and enjoy it night weather coming up. more
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the deaths of two children have prompted ikea to issue a safety warning for 27 million dressers and chests. one of those children was actually here from our area 23 month-old karen collins of west chester died when an ikea west chester toppled over and killed him. his family is now suing the furniture giant but their attorney says ikea did too little too late to address the danger. >> a problem a concern, that is well known and it is long past the time when companies like ikea address this problem. >> the piece of furniture that is being named in this safety warning is the mall dresser and if you do have the dresser, you can't return it but ikea is distributing free kits to anchor the furniture to the wall. ikea which has a north american headquarters in conshohocken release aid statement saying in part at
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ikea we are committed to help raise awareness of the serious home safety issue and to continue to provide consumers with the tools and knowledge they need to prevent these accidents. for more information on this safety warning head to our web site at cbs philly.com and we have posted details about how to get that free kit anchor and dressers. the it is all on cbs philly.com erika. people in milwaukee are claiming to have seen a lion and police are treating the report as credible. so far five people have reported seeing the alleged lion roaming the streets. the here's video. one person took a photo too. tuesday evening a man reportly fired a gun telling police he thought what he was shooting at was a lion but instead he hit that pit bull. >> certainly we don't want any residents, discharging a firearm, certainly trying to shoot at a something moving because often your following it and you hit something that you did not intend to hit. >> at least we have heard that
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pit bull will be okay. he was tranquilized after his leg was set. that bullet fractured his bone and so sad i'm sure people get nervous but you just cannot shoot anything moving, that is just irresponsible. coming up in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news" lindsey graham needs a new cell phone since donald trump gave the world his personal phone number. see how he lets his frustration out. it is pretty funny. jan. whether you use the benny for work or play come the end of september when the pope is in town, it may be off limits to vehicles. i'm jan carabao reporting live. coming up we will look at that possibility and when a decision could be made, meisha. nice weather and typically nice traffic is what we are seeing right now sunnies coming up, pennsylvania pack those sunglasses. also my next traffic hit i will let you know about construction on the vine street expressway, you will want to know about this ladies over to you. >> meisha, thanks. we cannot ask for better
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weather. >> it is just gorgeous. >> if you like yesterday we have more of the same today. katie has your forecast when we come right back.
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glorious fantastic incredible, just a few of the word you can use to describe the forecast, all good ones, of course, we're enjoying a spectacular stretch of weather. we will go ahead and give it up for katie fehlinger here in the weather center: >> yes. >> we're loving this. >> it feels so good. >> for late july too that is the thing i want to keep bringing up because it is, great. >> exactly. >> it is incredible. >> exactly. >> glorious. >> there you have it.
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>> many, many adjectives we can use to describe this. >> we will give you a sense of why this is all happening and tell you why it will last too taking you out to storm scan three quiet as can be, couple higher cloud that is it, and we will see that sunshine all day to day. now looking at area temperatures, it feels really comfortable outside and not just because temperatures are terribly warm but we don't have mugginess that goes with that. so often like what we had to tiehl with earlier in the week. 58 degrees is your current air temperature with very, very row dew pointness allentown. sixty in mount holly where national weather service regional office is located and again all across the the board here regardless of the the actual air temperature it does just feel, comfortable. as the the day progresses here we have a great excuse to have lunch outside, take the dog for a walk, go for a extra long jog, hit rocky steps whatever you have going on it is great day for it. 85 degrees is where we will top off past 3:00 p.m.
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this is a stretch of nice weather that will not end anytime soon. it looks beautiful right in the weekend but things to have change. stick with us through the rest of the half an hour. meisha will tell you when to expect showers and storms next time around. over to you. >> good to know, katie thanks very much. good morning. good morning to everybody at home. if you are just waking up with us welcome. it is a busy world in the land of traffic but right now this is actually looking good outside. we have got the sunrise going on. certainly for those traveling in the eastbound direction pack those sunglasses. just moments ago when i looked at this camera there was a bright glare staring at you and that can be very blinding. right now on 202 looking good traveling toward king of prussia area. we were talking about this earlier, the vine street expressway you will lose that right lane between schuylkill expressway and i-95, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. today. this will certainly cause slow downs not only in the morning rush because it seems to carry
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through 9:00 a.m. but as we move toward that 3:00 p.m. area when the evening traffic starts to pick up. we will see slow going on the vine street expressway. give yourself a couple extra minutes in that area. ing to the map you can see speed sensors. everything is looking g we are dropping on the schuylkill expressway. also on the vine street expressway. ninety-five is also slow right around cottman avenue. erika, back over to you. meisha, thank you. ben franklin bridge daily commuters take it for granted that it will be opened. >> sometimes but maybe not when pope francis comes to philadelphia in september. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao is live at the foot of the bridge on more on whether or not it is being opened, closed when pope francis arrived, jan good morning. >> reporter: good morning. whether ben franklin bridge remains opened to the vehicle traffic in september that still remains to be seen. ultimate decision lies with the secret service and that decision could still be weeks away. but still the new jersey transportation safety officials, they are dealing witt, they are planning ahead
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they say just be prepared to wear your walking shoes. if you plan on crossing ben franklin bridge to visit the pope in philadelphia, you may have to leave your cars behind. >> this event is being described as a pilgrimage which means expect to walk. >> reporter: delaware river port authority officials don't yet necessity if the bennie will close to vehicle traffic when pope francis visits in september, they are waiting on word from the secret service. here's the issue it is unclear if the roads streets on the philadelphia side of the span will be shut down. >> we're not right now thinking about closing the bridge for any particular reason, but we're waiting to see, you know, what the plans are. >> reporter: but many travelers are waiting to find out, instead, they are planning to take patco which started selling special papal passes earlier this week. patco will run services westbound into center sit friday only four stations: lindenwald, wood crest ferry after new and broadway. tickets need to be purchased in advance. annmarie mcmullen is in a
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group of ten relying on mass transit. >> we're determined, we're going. >> reporter: meanwhile a new poll shows approval of the pope francis dropping slightly in the u.s. although pope francis is seen as more favorable as his predecessor his approval rating is at 59 percent down from 76 percent in 2014. some in philly say they would rather avoid the traffic headaches that he will likely bring with his visit. >> i just feel like the amount of people showing up here will be crazy so i'm just going to stay away from it all. >> reporter: yeah, word is, expect to walk a couple of miles at the very least abe remember if you plan on taking patco you have to plan ahead. you have to buy those tickets now. they will in the be on sale the weekend of september 26th and 27th and patco warns that parking will be extremely limited so best bet toys get trooped off at one of the four operating stations. reporting live at ben franklin bridge jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> all right jan thank you for that report.
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6:36. happening today president obama heads to africa his first stop in kenya his father's home country. the president will head line a business summit with african leaders starting tomorrow and then from there the president heads to ethiopia. this is first time a sitting president has visited either one of those countries. donald trump is taking his presidential campaign to lar red owe, texas. he plans to hold a news conference at the mexican board tore highlight his stand on immigration. trump's campaign says he also plans to meet the with law enforcement officers. trump rekindled the debate on immigration when he referred to mexican immigrants as racist and drug dealers. now earlier this week donald trump made senator lindsey graham's private cell phone number public. >> now graham is getting the last laugh check it out. >> ♪ >> golf club, blender that should do the trick. in this video from ij review the south carolina republican shows various ways to destroy his old flip phone there.
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graham running for president tweets he is getting a new phone and he is also ditching that old number. >> would you think so. >> it is a frustrating situation. >> and having some fun witt on social media people can see your lighter side, it is a smart move. >> yes. >> i like that he had a flip phone. that is like going back some years. >> yes. >> ten or so years. >> 6:38. the economy may be improving but that is not enough to get adult children off of their parents payroll you might call it. >> fur kids are bleeding you dry, cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger has tips to create boundaries for us. she's live from new york. good morning jill. >> good morning. >> how bad is this problem are kid really feeding off their parents. >> reporter: oh, my gosh 63 percent of american families are still providing financial support to their adult kids. parents most often pay for their kids cell phone bills their rent student loans car
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loans, credit cards bills wait a using, even vacations. now here's what is worrisome to me, 45 percent of those that are helping says the help is hurting their own retirement savings. they are putting their kid before themselves. >> you want your kid to become financially independent what to parents do. >> you have got to have that tough conversation where you outline your expectations going forward. if you are paying a bunch of bills maybe you set concrete dates as to whether and by how much you will be reducing and ultimately ending your financial support. now you will also want to say i'm here if you need me but this is what is an emergency a medical crisis, job loss, yeah shoe i'll help with you that a vacation not so much. whenever agree to it should be in writing specific, both side need to stick witt.
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it is tough but financial indies a marker of adulthood. help and generosity are often different than unhealthy dependency. for more on how greedy kid could be raiding your retirement, go to jill on money.com. 63 percent though. >> greedy kids. >> i never thought that many. >> that is crazy. a little tough love goes a long way i think. >> thanks very much. crazy. >> two month-old are getting a kick out of the kobe bryant new school from nike, see why coming up next. that apple watch is one of the hottest gadgets on the market but you cannot wear it every where. find out where it is being banned. >> interesting. a man goes in the ocean and drives a hammer head shark out with his bear hand, find out what possessed him to do something so dangerous, that is coming up next. folks are really getting brave. >> ♪
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>> in case you are drinking your coffee look at this scene we have a fun new shot we will be using all morning long. >> yes. >> a little wham to take us to break.
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we have been reporting on a lot of shark activity. >> one young man is getting a tension after he helps one of the deadly predators. brothers marcus and logan were vacationing in the florida panhandle when they saw a hammer head shark with hooks in its mouth. when one brother jumped in the what the tore help that shark the other grabbed his camera and started rolling here. >> it was kind of scary but you know, it is hammer head sharks that are in the really that dangerous to humans. knowing that i pulled it in. everybody else was frequenting out so hard to bring him in
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but once people realized we were trying to help it, some other guys around we were all crowding around trying to help it. >> that is really sweet. >> well done good shark made it back safely in the ocean and did not appear to have any injuries. >> the hooks, line can get caught up and keep animals from eating. >> it is important to remove it. >> but i give them credit because if it were me i'm not touching the thing. leave the to the authorities. >> yes. >> wave them down, that is all i'll do but very nice. >> katie, i know you have a special graphic. >> i love that story because it is important for to us really understand what these animals can actually do and what their behavior is all about. so perhaps you tuned in last night on the sci-fi channel shark nato three yes there has been three. it aired for the first time last night. we want to give you a sense of do you need to worry about a actual shark nato. the question is could
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something like this actually happen where sharks get pulled into a tornado and get swept on shore. >> big concern. >> yes. >> so, here's how sharks behave. they have an inner ear that can sense pressure change. they sense bad weather. they will seek deeper water. it doesn't happen all that often. so they will seek deeper water if they sense a storm brewing and baby sharks in their little shark nurseries willfully if there is a storm brewing overtop of them. could a shark nato actually happen? no. >> say it ape so. >> we do not have to worry about that. >> we want to necessity more about these shark nurseries. >> it is hilarious, because we had to get to bed early to sees all this but antics include space shuttle laser defense systems to get rid of the shark nato this time.
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i'm told is there a shark nato four in the works already. >> of course. >> hooray. >> no sharks to be seen outside beach patrol headquarters right now. just a couple folks and a sea gull rolling through the camera shot here in the live neighborhood network. this is a beautiful beach forecast. we want to you swim the life guard. don't fear the sharks here. 82 degrees and sunshine with a nice high uv index. layer on that sun block. looking forward in the eyewitness weather seven day temperatures stay in the the mid to upper 80's the not terribly humid. that last us right through saturday sunday more muggy for you when we see a sure or a storm at that point. meisha hopefully that will clear up confusion in case you were confused about could there been a shark nato? i know it was on your mine. >> i was thinking bit well, maybe. good morning. just joining us welcome good morning. it is busy, as you can see i-95 southbound before girard avenue. look at this, we did have a
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disable vehicle that has been since moved out of the the way. but that has caused some slow downs here but it is busy. a lot of you getting out on the roadways leaving your homes and bring your coffee with you because it is slow moving. traveling at 20 miles an hour. also on the schuylkill expressway around the spring garden area you can see slow movement here as well. both in the westbound east and westbound direction on the schuylkill. ben franklin bridge, as well, some of you traveling out in new jersey over the bridge into center city, it is looking good as we head in the westbound direction. both direction looks great but westbound direction one i'm keeping my eye on is looking good as well, ladies, over to you. >> meisha, thank you. pointing lasers a at the pilots is a dangerous trend and it seems to be happening more and more. the faa announced that it says five pilots were hit with the high powered lights during flights over new york city area earlier they said there were four incidents tuesday night. one strike happened 20 miles
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south of liberty international airport. another southwest of the laguardia airport. no injuries were reported but those lasers can distract or temporarily blind pilots. pointing one at a plane is a federal crime. well, if you are one of the follow thanks bought that brand new apple match you may have to take it off before dealing with matters. apple watches are no longer a allowed inside courthouse necessary many parts of the virginia. they can record audio and take pictures. officials say apple watch is not only a safety, privacy concern but also a distraction as they can access social media. we have heard it said you are more likely to get struck by lightening then win the lottery, right? one canadian man can say both has happened to him. meet pete, he won one pulled with his co-worker diana miller. this all seems normal until his story came out. back at 14 he was struck by lightening. he has been buying tickets with miller for almost a year but never expect to beat the odds.
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>> no, no, i didn't expect to get hit hit by lightening first. >> more likely to get struck twice then win the lottery. the a man mantition says odds of being struck by lightening and winning the lottery are are one and 2.6 trillion. >> wow. >> amazing. >> he says that he and his wife will take a second honeymoon, good for them but also get this he owns the store where he bought the ticket so he gets an additional $10,000. not a bad way to wrap up a day >> yes. >> don't stand next to him in the thunderstorm. >> no. >> right now 6:50. lets see is what coming up on cbs this morning. >> charlie rose joins us from, new york with the preview good morning. >> good morning, erika and nicole. new warning from the fbi director about cyber attacks and yes says isis is a bigger threat than al qaeda. plus legal analyst ricky kleeman that could force bill
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cosby to answer new questions about allegations of sexual assault. and gayle's conversation with actor jake gyllenhaal, that and more, the the news is back in the morning and we will see new about ten minutes. >> i love jake gyllenhaal. >> great actor nice person too. >> so cute good that as well. >> i know you get that as well charlie. >> yes maggie as well. >> thanks, charlie. 6:51. a shocker in the world of soccer, team u.s.a. mens team is upset the by jamaica and knock out of the gold cup. jamaica advances to the gold cup for the first time in the history. finals are this sunday night at the link. jamaica scored two early goals and hung on for dear life against heavily favored american team. team u.s.a. out shot jamaicans and controlled the ball for more than 60 percent of the game but they lose two -one. team u.s.a. is riding high after their world cup win. >> world cup mvp carli lloyd is back home in south jersey
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up expiring junk players. carli is from delran and yesterday she returned to the evesham township rec center where she trained to become a international soccer star she is today. court there has been rename, check out the sign, the carli lloyd court in her honor. she told young athletes that attended that their dreams can also come true. >> i want to be a good role model and a inspiration for them. i want to teach them that hard work pays off and you have to keep grinding away. >> soccer teams from across evesham came to hear lloyd's word of encourage. many young mayors posed for pictures with her just an unforgettable day. >> it is. >> she's so great. >> she's handling that well. a lot of people are getting a kick out of kobe bryant's next shoe design by nike. >> "eyewitness news" sports report or pat gallon, highlights a local school that kobe went toe to toe with in high school. >> hussled by kobe. >> lower merion native kobe bryant is within of the most
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impressive competitors in sports. notorious for using every bit to fuel his game. in his high school days at lower merion bryant was part of the intense rivalry with chester high school. >> there have been really memorable chester/lower merion games over years and obviously great players. >> reporter: to pay tribute nike reheated its new shoe the kobe ten elite a special version of the shoe called rivalry was designed in two tone orange, colors of the chester clippers. >> it is really nice looking sneaker. >> reporter: initially the shoe was slated to be called chester in honor of the team kobe helped take down while here as a senior in 1996. >> that was a tremendous for this area, you know, for high school basketball and everybody was in the house. >> reporter: according to the description of the shoe chester was constant foil that helped ignite now famous competitive fire that burns within him. that rivalry might be slightly over blown it began during kobe a's year on the main
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line. >> he had a presence for sure. you look around the walls and lot halls in the school and kind of a tradition that really he played a really big role in starting here. >> rivalry probably started with kobe. >> in his junior year we beat him in the district final but in his senior year kobe really willed his team to two wins. >> reporter: if you want to feel like kobe's favorite boyhood rivalry well, you'll to have shell out to hundred dollars a pair. i'm pat gallon, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> i cannot spend 200 bucks even if he is a lower merion guy. he was in my central league. i was in middle school. it would be a big deal. very exciting. >> someone will buy them. if you ever wondered what it would be like inside a massive water balloon when it explodes, i know you have. >> every day. >> here's your chance. the slow mo guy films himself doing silly things in slow motion this time one of them
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climbed inside a giant balloon filled with water until it exploded and then they slow down the the video the the exact moment that it pops. >> boom. >> it is slow. >> wait for it. >> wait for it. >> he could be waiting for it all day. >> at least they have a hobby. >> it is always good to have happies. >> we will be right back. >> but first here's what is coming up tonight on cbs-3. we will speed that up we have to see it at the some point.
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one last check of the headlines on cbs-3 a violent night here in philadelphia, three people are dead and three separate crime scenes. in fair hill an argument ended with a gunman shooting a man twice in the head. >> also a postal worker is charge with destruction of the mail patrick deambrose ohio did not deliver 22,000 pieces
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of mail, it was speaksed to go to homes and businesses in tacony. president obama declared four new jersey counties disaster areas after last month severe storms that allows atlantic, burlington, camden and gloucester counties to obtain federal funding to repair the damage. lets get a quick check of the forecast on the roads. >> let's hear more, katie. >> i'm's running out of adjectives but we keep them coming. it comes after a stretch of days representing the humidity eventually will start climbing for us but for now it still feels so comfortable. that last right through saturday meisha. >> that is doing great things for traffic although we are slow 95 through southbound and vine street expressway we have lost the far right lane between 95 and the schuylkill expressway. so it will be a busy stretch all morning long. >> all right. next up on cbs this morning charlie talks about jake gyllenhaal about his new movie south paw and how he transformed himself in the boxer in better shape. >> hard to believe. >> remember to join us bright and early each weekday morning
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on cbs-3 we will get it started at four credit 3 it is thursday july 23rd 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." isis could be a bigger threat to the united states than al qaeda. the fbi director has new warnings about home grown terror. fast moving flames race across california's wine country overnight. we're near the fire lines where more than 100 homes are threatened. and actor jake gyllenhaal tells us about his dramatic transformation for his new movie. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> my husband was like it's not that close. i was like it's close enough. i want to get

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