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glitch delays hundreds of southwest airlines flights. this video from this morning, look at all of those people, live with what you should do if you're flying southwest today. eagles fans waking up relieved after last night's season victory. explaining why this win was just so important. and, if you have off today for the columbus day holiday, lucky you, you lucked out here, it is expected to be the nicest day of the week, got it get outside and enjoy it, good morning, it is monday, october 12th, i'm erika von tiehl. really looking on two fronts, roads are looking good, weaver gorgeous day ahead. kyla, meisha, do you agree, ladies? >> i agree on both counts. >> and specially when you wake up, and you had an eagles win. >> my victory dance. >> very nice. >> got the moves. >> nice work. well, roads are looking good, kai last how is it feeling outside? >> not bad. little warmer than we were yesterday. but still little chilly.
i don't mind saying there is a little breeze here on the skydeck, but not bad. take a live look at center city. you can see the temperatures actually bit warmer than most here in philadelphia. 52 degrees, that wind is calm. so that certainly helps things feel legs chilly. live look at the temperatures, around, take look allentown, at 43 degrees, 42 lancaster, 41 millville, atlantic city you just dropped a degree down to 41 degrees, too, chilly spots out there. but the chilly morning will be warming up nicely, beautiful day on tap. talking sunny skies, and 70s, again. i know, isn't it nice? live look at storm scan3, shows you we crystal clear. the blue skies will be waiting for you, today talking high of 74, as we get into tuesday, looking out for few showers, in philadelphia, and that's going to be the late morning, early afternoon time frame. but the temperatures still staying warm. start to cool down as we get into wednesday. just little preview for you, that is not all the cooling down, getting some next weekend, talking highs in the upper 50's. so i'll talk all about that
coming up. i got your attention, didn't i? meisha, a we head over to you and talk traffic. >> you it, kyla, always have my attention though. things looking good on the roadways, dealing with construction, trooper road both directions between 42 and bet wood drive telling us one lane was open. looks like things trying get cleared out the way, not caught g any major delays, know it is thereon trooper road. ninety-five southbound at the betsy ross bridging moving in the southbound direction looking real nice. usually our heavier flow of the traffic on a monday morning going the northbound direction, not as much. but certainly even moving in the southbound direction you're still looking good there around the bridge. four had two freeway northbound, a lot of people may be coming back from over weekend activity, looking good. 6:00 hour, it is still looking lighter than what we typically see on monday for those every in you jersey coming northbound toward 295. three spots closed until 5:00 a.m. on thursday. another update of this coming
up in about 15 minute, erika, over to you. >> thank you. ' zero attempted armed robbery, armed man walk into that store, at wyoming and manner street, and couldn't fronted the clerk. it is not clear what he got a which with. police are investigating that crime right now. >> today is the columbus day offices, city offices closed no trash pick up, no recycling pick up, instead they will be collected tomorrow. the post offers will not deliver mail on the federal holidayment got to give them a break, too. >> check this out. long lines at philadelphia international airport this morning. southwest airlines deals with the fall-out from computer glitch. if you're flying southwest today, the airline is asking for your help, to help ease this jam. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch joining us now at the airport explaining what folks should do if they're flying out today. how many are the lines looking now, justin? we have long lines, don't have
any longer. homing you have your paper and plans together, will be put on your plane on time. plan here is to get here two hours early, the paper rather is to have your baggage documents, as well as your bolds g passes already printed and in hand, and hoping those two things will move lines along. >> normal lines than expected. passengers cueing up early hoping to get home on time. >> at least this move in, i mean, it is not you what want to see when you walk in here. >> weekend tech glitch declared some 450 of more than 3,000 flights sunday, the bug in question, intermittently off line in the airlines website, mobile app, computer system. >> dry and gray, bound from in new orleans, showed up three hours early set up system of his own. >> right now checking in carrier, trying to -- we have two people working one inside, one outside. so we are trying to see what will go fast, the inside or outside. >> hopefully one will work
about you checking in by cell phone may not. >> warning you if you have your check in on your phone, it may not work when you get there, so you have to print boarding pass anyway. >> from los angeles to denver to chicago, travelers sunday had to wait in line for check in's. southwest staff and travelers scrambled to make the best of it. >> it was wonderful, i met real nice people. >> so print off your boarding passes and baggage passes, and show up two hours early. say you don't have any every those things, show to up kiosk here and print all every those things off once you arrive: he so far southwest expecting few declares yesterday versus sunday and also too, erika, do not believe that this is the work after hacker. back over to you.
>> happening today, for 25-dollar fee, cats and small dogs within taken on northeast regional rail trains. it is an extension of pilot program that began in illinois in 2013. pi must remain in carriers and under your seats, and can only travel on trips to up seven hours. >> well, fans are waking up a little happier with their eagles fans today after yesterday's win against the saints. but some people still scratching their heads about the future of this team. >> would jigs need the the win. >> one of those guys, still scratching my head about this team. but eagles in must win situation yesterday at the linc, and they did not disappoint. the birds beat the saint 39-17 in what was easily their most complete performance of the season. so let's take deeper look at the game with a few things, that stood out to me, and as usual, that starts with the quarterback. sam bradford's final stat were solid, 33 yards, two touchdowns, two picks. hit josh hoff here on 41-yard
score, and brent celek added 13-yarder. that's exactly what were you hoping for when the eagles traded for bradford. >> moving the offense with ease, but as we saw yesterday, he is still susceptible to the turn over right now. with the look from the field level, bradford first half inconsistencies were on display again, and his two interceptions, really about as bad as can be. he under through riley cooper, actually overthrew him there, but under through riley cooper in the end zone on the first interception, cool her to step on his man. his second pick, slightly behind miles austin, as you'll see here. he made nice play on the ball, but that that is still a mistake that he cannot make against elite teams. he is not going to get away with that against the arizona's or the green base of the world. bradford though says the bye didn't let the turnovers hurt them. >> keep going, don't like to
throw interceptions but when do you you have to get over it and move on. guys did great job just continuing to battle. it would be easy to fold up and say oh, man, throwing interceptions, can't do anything, but that's not how it went today at all. >> fletcher cox is a large man, and he's playing like it right now. cox dominated the saint offensive line. tossed drew brees around like a rag doll. he put up three sacks, forced two fumbles, and it is his presence in the middle that helped keep the saint run game in check. now, cox is a guy who usually doesn't get a ton of accolade. after that performance he certainly deserves it. >> i was surprised, see, the ball going real quick, we just stay in his face, talk about it, got up there. >> coup owes for offensive line. give love to the running back who finally broke out in a big way. murray, matthews, sproles combined for 183 yards on the ground. and you can see from this angle the lanes, the back were
running through, they were large. solid all around performance from demarco murray as well, who had 83 yards on the gown, plus, 67 catches through the air, game certainly needed to boost his confidence, because, when the run game is working, it is going to help the offense, immensely, so, kudos to the o line and the run game. >> let's give away the big fake football. we give it today to fletcher cox. >> okay. >> because he beat up hall of fame quarterback andrew breeze, three sacks, and again, we don't really focus a lot on the defensive lineman. but he certainly deserves that today. so fletcher come pick up your fake paper football today. >> they're all over the place. >> your name signed on the back, thanks, pat. >> last week no one was big fan of chip kelly or the eagles, but today, everyone's in a great mood this morning, we caught up with some of the jovial fans, jovial, after the game.
>> we executed today,. >> when you see somebody break through five tack tolls get three more yards, five more yards, ten more yards, it is the best thing you could possibly watch. >> beginning was little scary, couple of interceptions, after that birds flew, baby. >> we brought it today. lodge season, one and three, turned this thing around, going straight to the lombardi trophy. >> okay, coming up in the health watch this morning, the reason why many people fall and no, this has nothing to do with clumsiness. also this. >> new controversy for police department that's no stranger to national headlines. find out why a city councilman was tazed and arrested. right in front of his house. >> now the ss united states could be sold for scrap. the deadline looms. >> ♪
kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. >> texas police department under fire this morning after city councilman is tazed, while on his knees, with his back to officers. the incident captured by cell phones and police body cameras, is raising questions on the department's use of excessive force. >> officers arrived to
jonathan miller's home to question from a at this brothers outside. police warned the city councilman several times. >> i feel like it escalate. >> charged with interfering with public duties and resisting arrest, coincident lit the female officer in the video the same one who transported sandra blands to county jail when arrested back in july. authorities say blands hanged herself while in jail. >> best day of the whole seven day, don't you think, kyla. >> yes, i do. it will be a gorgeous day out there. we have people starting their day in the 30's. gets you thinking frost. we had frost advisory this weekend in the poconos. early october, that's about right for the poconos. for philadelphia, we probably won't be seeing that until late october, on average, that's when we do, so we cross our fink first that's correct. but today, yes, not wearing bo
frost this afternoon, 74 degrees, sunshine, for your columbus day, blue skies again too guys, it will be gorgeous out there. 52 degrees currently in philadelphia, bye we do have the cool spots out there, lancaster one every them at 43 degrees. just 41 at the atlantic city airport warming up bit in dover at 49 degrees. zoom in down the shore, you can see, ocean city at about 56 this morning. live look at storm scan3, shows you just how clear we are. so when the sun comes up, all blue skies all the time. taking you hour by hour, beautiful day on tap, sunshine, rolling right through your afternoon, as we work our way up to the beautiful 74 degrees high. then take to you future weather. do have rain coming our way. starting in the evening tonight. about 11:00 a.m., showers cracking, doesn't look like huge deal, but take the umbrella with you on tuesday, as you head out the door, quick hit. 74 degrees, gorgeous for your high, sunny skies, light winds out there tonight, low of 58 degrees. should be cool but
comfortable. and take a quick look at your seven day forecast, because, this is where i've got some casino of wacky news for you. take a look at next weekends, wacky, another coal front coming through friday, will bring few showers, will pacca punch with temperatures dropping us down to highs in the 50's. >> oh, my gosh. >> need the boots and the sweaters. >> i vote no. >> something nice about hot chocolate, that kind of season. >> absolutely, the food that comes with it. >> oh, the food. >> nice to wear clothes for cooler weather but not out of necessity. >> and who, who doesn't love tall boots? like i know all of the guys sitting at home rolling their eyes, oh, please. but there is something so awesome about those. >> guys, you might not ever understands me, but tell you what, it is something special. good morning, everyone, so all of the accident we've been this morning, clearing out of the way, looking at 95, right around cottman. moving in the southbound direction, weaver disable vehicle. so not goes it cause delays if
terms of you know blocking any lanes. but, certainly, with all of the flashing lights and certainly starting to see levels starting to build now on this monday morning, so might get gaper delays, wide shot, pulling back looking at 95, southbound moving around the s curve at con man certainly are starting to see volume levels pick up there. make note the disable vehicle is there. approaching the schuylkill, once look on the schuylkill, moving in the westbound direction, at city avenue, looking pretty good on the schuylkill actually. just the boulevard starting to heat up little bit. starting to see a lot of headlight out there. so, you know, monday morning still. it is a holiday. give yourselves couple every extra minutes, ben franklin bridge looking pretty darn good. coming over the bridge from jersey. pretty impressedment so those of you who that have to hit the roadways, looking pretty good. mans transit, lansdale doylestown line is busing this line weekdays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. between doylestown colmar through december. all right, looking pretty good
in the world of traffic. no complaints there, erika, back to you. >> thank you, we'll be right back. 130 yards now... bill'slie here... tough looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club... well he's definitely going to lose a stroke on this hole. if you're a golf commentator, you whisper. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. this golf course is electric...
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philadelphia. we are less than a month away from the mayoral election. >> meanwhile, several presidential candidates are courting voters in new hampshire today. this event comes just one day before democratic candidate face-off in their first debate in las vegas. as don champion reports, president obama's news weighing in on the presidential campaign. >> the latest cbs news pole shows only 35% of primary voters view hillary clinton as honest and trustworthy. during a interview, that aired sunday on 60 minutes. president obama weighed in on clinton's ongoing e-mail controversy. >> she made mistake, she acknowledged it, i do think the way it has been up because of politics. >> still democrats overwhelmingly believe clinton has best chance of winning,
but, joe biden more honest, and trustworthy. when president dollars on whether biden might announce his candidacy, the president said this. >> i'm going to let joe make that decision. >> the latest cbs news poll, 84% of voters believe the republican frontrunner, has strong leadership qualities. >> he knows how to get attention. he's, you know, the classic reality tv charger. >> trump will address undeclared voters in the key state of new hampshire today, along with clinton's biggest challenger, bernie sanders. don champion, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". 6:22, and coming up in your health watch, how falling down could be a more troubling issue, howell fans could hold the major clue in the fight against cancer, what we can learn from them. that's coming up next. kyla, just gorgeous day, split. >> yes. stunning day today, but i am tracking some showers, heading our way tomorrow, so i'll time it out for you, get you ready,
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>> lighted yum safe for treating children with bipolar disorder, commonly prescribed by adult, to control mood swings. research in the journal pediatrics focus on patients between the age of seven and 17. it found that lithium is safe for that group, at least for the short-term. >> new research also showing insight into why people fall. and it turns out, infection may be to blame. not clumsiness. a study at massachusetts general hospital finds infections can cause low blood pressure, and that will lead to light-headedness or dizziness, infections may be the culprit in as many of 45% of falls, especially, in older people. clues, new research out this week, from study looking at why elephant rarely get cancer. biologists say the massive mammals have a cancer rate of just 5% compared to 25 peers
in people. elephants have extra genes to stop tumor growth. >> coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", blow to millions of americans who rely on social security benefits. why there will be no increase for the third time in 40 years. >> reporter: last ditch effort to save this ship, must pay its bills by the end of the month, or it is in jeopardy of heading to the scrap yard. jan
lunch outside, little cool. to start things off but don't let it fool you, right, kyla? >> that's right. starting off little chilly. >> beautiful look to today. in fact, looking at conditions right now, a 2 degrees in center city, see the wind nice and calm. humidity up there, but will certainly start to ramp down. live look at the neighborhood network, spots chilly while in philadelphia, we're in the 50's, take a look at hokessing, 44 degrees, lumberton, same story, 44, bensalem about 45 degrees, very calm winds though, so chilly morning, but warm up nicely to highs in the 70s, and beautiful sunny skies. when the sun comes up, beautiful bridge today throughout the day. gorgeous. so today high of 74, get out, enjoy it if you consideration few clouds coming in later in the afternoon at the shore,
and about high of 69. seventy in the poconos, absolutely beautiful. however, friday, we have another cold front coming our way this one will knock us down. so talk about that when i come back, plus tracking some rain for your tuesday, for now over to the lovely meisha. >> i sure a.m., good morning, to all of you at home, if you are just waking up with us, so happy you're here watch we have right now on the roadways, 59 right around cottman, moving in the southbound direction. addition able vehicle, just busy area, kind of your normal, monday morning traffic john jest ton. i will say, however, the levels little lighter today because it is a holiday. however, when i am looking at these cameras, certainly are seeing levels pick up basically on all of the main veins. so again, 959 southbound before cottman, you can see, pulled all the way out here, going to have little bit of gaper delay, also, suing
westbound, wasn't quite this busy before it, lets us know that a lot of people grabbing their coffee mug, jumping in the car, hitting the roadways, and you are looking like you are stopping there taking a lock at the vine, vine actually looking pretty good traveling around at posted speeds. construction closed, these threes areas 5:00 a.m. thursday. ninety-five north and south ramps to route 202 southbound, 202 southbound between 95 and broom street. 202 southbound ramp to 95, northbound. so make note of that. over to you. >> thank you, two teenagers remain hospitalized this morning. after their stabbed in south philadelphia. west oregon avenue, the victims are just 16 and 14 years old. no after he cents were made.
>> man's body found inside a clothing bin. the body found yesterday, dangling from planet aid donation box on pemberton browns mills road in pemberton township. the person has not been id. and the cause of the death is unknown at this time. >> south jersey man dice in a freak lawn morgue accident. the 79 year old man riding mower on sailors ponds road in jobstown yesterday afternoon, when it suddenly caught fire. investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked that fire. >> if you were on social security you probably will be getting a cost of increase. cheaper price fos gasoline brought down consumer price index which measures inflation, unwelcome news for more than one fifth of the us population. also affect disable veterans. >> philadelphia fixture, the ss united state is now on borrowed time.
the ship docked in south philadelphia is in death pratt needs of fund f nothing happens it could be headed for the scrap yard. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo joins us now, in south philadelphia this morning, with more on, that the last minute to ever save the ship. good morning. >> good morning, wouldn't it be strange to see pier 82 without the ss united state, been here if philadelphia for 18 years, after all. that's real pocket, the owner look to go sell the ship and selling it for scrap at. that will people trying to save this really working over time now, they say, that would be like top bling over the statue of liberty. ss united states once symbol of pride, now look past the peeling paint to remember. >> symbolize the moment of our history when we could do anything. >> part luxury liner, faring everyone from president's and movie stars to businessmen and i am grants, and part top secret "cold war" weapon, the united states was in a class
of her own. could could steam 10,000 miles, 15,000 troops, without refueling. this ship could go fastener reverse, than the titanic could go forward, and for that matter, many cruise ships today. >> on her made encouraging voyage it, crushed the transatlantic speed record title she still holds. that will history now in jeopardy. the ship possibly destined for the scrap yard. we are so close, never closer, but unfortunately never closer to losing her. >> con is her venosi that saved the vest sell running out of monday. >> i the challenge facing them is that to keep this vessel safe and sound, here, at peer 82, costs us approximately $60,000 each month see envies
cents, restaurant, conference center, and says it is close to securing redevelopment deal, but unless the united states compare bills this month, she may never have the chance to revisit her glory days. and for in on and not preserve this would be tragic. >> owners say they simply need more time, compare it to rain running out of runway. they want to keep it here until they can finalize the redevelopment deal. so will go on with the fundraiser october 29th, but need backer before then, the ultimate deadline, to save the ss united states; october 31. reporting in south philadelphia, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> here is hoping they can pull it out and save that ship, jan, thank up. >> well, you can expect wells fargo center to be rocking tonight when the flyers play the florida panthers in the home opener.
the flyers lost to the panthers saturday night. fans can look forward to 3d opening show, and a caravan at noon through center city. >> major league baseball suspended former phillie and second dodge baseman, chase utley, against the mets game there, see that? mets shortstop rubin broke his leg, on that play, annum pierce called the slide legal but baseball officials disagree. utley is appealing that two game suspension, major league baseball says they'll have a decision before game time tonight. still ahead, while weather video here. waterspout comes on shore destroying mail truck. eyewitnesses describe that scene. >> and, president obama speaks out about the e-mail scandal plaguing presidential candidate, hillary clinton. hear what he has to say next. >> ♪
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for the last three months, all that's spoken about an indication that we're if presidential political season. >> the issue certainly dogged clinton's campaign. >> did i not e-mail any classified material. >> paid for this new attack ad, accuses clinton of misleading the publicment tag line reads: hillary clinton is not telling the truth again. those us agencies have retroactive at this classified hundreds of clinton's emails, she said none classified at the time it was sent. the releasing the ad ahead of tuesday's democratic debate, targeting supporters of her biggest primary rival up to this point, senator bernie sanders. >> andrew expenser. >> representative paul ryan under pressure from fellow republicans to run for speaker of the house. rhine-main tapes he does not want the job, but some of his allies say he's weighing his options. he returned home to wisconsin to confer with his family over
congress' columbus day recess. right now, 6:43. we check in with kyla and our weather watchers. how are they looking? >> good. still bopping along to fly like an an eagle song. good morning to my eyewitness weather watchers, chilly temperatures out there some people seeing fog, lan dep den berg, 39 degrees, he says, cool morning, nephroses, not in any hurry. 44 degrees where doll he is is, in newark, has some clouds out there, she said it, they've extreme fog this morning, can't see very much. today sunny, sunshine, stunning day, i think all getting used to this gorgeous weather.
53 degrees, cool spots, millville one at them four; same story atlantic city, lancaster coming in at 42 degrees there is morning, so there is a chill in the air. look at this blue sky. storm scan3, boy oh, boy, nothing on the radar, just gorgeous, so the sun comes up, going to see beautiful blue skies, future weather shows you that we've got a little bit of a shower, coming toward us, monday at 11:00 p.m. see this track ahead, cold front coming through, casino of weak one, we get into tuesday becomes that 11:00 a.m. noontime frame. could see some showers rolling out of this. but pretty quick hit. i would take the umbrella tuesday, i wouldn't worry about major deluge every rain, but you could get either one caught in the shower. and then we talk about front later in the week. that will bring few sprinkles friday, that one, is going to drop these temperatures down, so, while today in the 70s, the average high is 68. you can see we stay there until we get into the later part of the week. we've got cool down coming everybody. seventy-four today though i hope you can enjoy, get out, a loft you maybe have the day off. good for you. 58 degrees for overnight tonight, the wind stay calm. our seven day forecast shows
we've got little bit of rain tomorrow. >> biggs story is on the weekend, up ear, a i feel a chill. feel a chill. >> sounds like beautiful day today. disable vehicle, nine at southbound at cottman, coming around, see pulled all the way off, little cones we've been contending with. disable vehicle pulled off to the shoulder, not causing too many slow downs because of the disable, just know that it is very busy, in and around this area, right now. and also, here is a look at the schuylkill eastbound, past montgomery, this is casino of beautiful shot with the city in the background. brake light, 95 southbound, business route one, you also have another disable vehicle pulled all the way off to the shoulder there, getting little busy there. and then the schuylkill eastbound at university ave. closed, ten p.m. to 5:00 a.m. week night until wednesday. looking but i, starts to go pick up right now. back to you.
>> meisha, thank youment frightening moment on bridge, in tampa, florida, waterspout turned tornado traveling across the bridge and ripped apart a tractor-trailer amazingly no one hurt. but it is reporting terrifying to other drivers. >> tornado sweeps his truck into chaos. mail flies away. the track is damaged. eventually walks away uninjured. >> i didn't even think it was anything except a bunch of bird at first until i saw it kind of get bigger, get closer. >> tim davis one of the couple dozen drivers who suddenly stopped when they saw the commotion. >> we pull off, then ran up into the rest area in case it got closer. >> he said the whole thing lasted matter of seconds but been on his mind all day. >> that truck was probably no more than 50 yards in front of
me when finally figured out what was going on, and then i stopped. i've never been associated with tornado or anything that close. but i feel bad for the guy in the truck. that had to be just really scary, because i know i got nervous. i tried to film on my phone, but i panic, dropped my phone when it was getting closer to me. i was worrying about just getting out of there. >> terrifying. also report that tornado damage construct son site as well. not new campus feature in tack comb, a that water full result of days of heavy ran, all of the watt her to go somewhere, right? much of it ran right downhill, turning the schools stadium into a lake. river coming down the street. i thought oh, that is just crazy. >> look at that. >> right now, 48:00. time to see what's coming up on cbs this morning, gale
kings joining us up in new york with the preview for us. good morning. >> reporter: i am live up in new york live, 60 minutes interview, with president obama that you didn't see last night. what he has planned for his last 15 month. block talking charles coke talks about the millions he spends on republican politics, and his surprising alliance with the white house on one issue. >> and, what set don't did in for the korea that spark a threat that he may never be allowed back in that country. what did seth do? it involves dolphins. think about that for a second. and we take you to the elementary school putting standing desk in every classroom. the news is back in the morning, we'll see you in just about ten minutes, from now, and counting. erika, back to you. >> now that kids are doing it, do we have to change the anchor desk? what do you think, gale? >> i don't know, i prefer sitting, erika, i prefer sit going me too. i'm little bit after bumm. >> everybody says stand something better. everybody says stand something
better. >> for your health, absolutely. >> something to think about. >> see you in ten minute. >> a philadelphia civil rights and lgbt activist will now be depict in the center city mural. on the same day as national coming out day the community kale together to celebrate a woman who inspired this. rahel solomon has more. >> meant to be thought provoking and challenging as its name sake. >> you will see image of her, with a mega phone, demand that we stand up. sunday celebrated as will he bee and, bye, gay, transgender month, and a flag raising ceremony. at the mural celebration, mayor michael nutter fought back, first director of lgbt affairs, even sharing personal stories of walking with the philadelphia native. >> i've finally figured this out after some time. that she loved to play trick
on me. >> laughs, punctuated with more serious moments. she died every breast cancer in 2014, was widely thought of as a crusader, for civil rights and lgbt issues. problems, friends say, are still present today. >> she would want to make sure you new, at least the 20th trans bamm to be murdered in the u.s. this year. >> these are the struggles that we're still dealing with. that's the motivation to cope on fighting. >> said the activist would be shock to see her larger than life image. >> she would be a little bit surprised at all of her legacy really truely. >> friends say that surprise would also be met with pride. >> she would have wanted us to remember to keep working. the mural will be complete in about a month, 12th street side will depict images from
her professional life, st. james street side, her personal. rahel solomon, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> welshing check this outright here looking at parade of cars used by super spy james bond. the caravan cruised the boulevard in paris and included some of the most iconic cars in movie trist at this -- history. just beautiful. among the bonds, aston martin, the car parade comes to be release of the 24th james bond movie, starts daniel craig, opens in theatres around the world november sixth. >> actor shia labeouf book for public intoxication in austin, texas friday. last year the france former star also arrested for disorderly conduct, following an outburst during broadway show in new york city. janet jackson debuts at number one on the billboard 200 albumn, new albumn, it marks
her seventh chart topper and makes her just the third act to achieve number one albumn in each of the last four decades. up brain recall sold over 100,000 copies. miss jackson was performing in philadelphia at the wells fargo center february 24th. >> martians raking in $27 million. saga start matt damian. coming in second, hotel trans ' vale ya, with little more than 24 million. pam pan, flops to just 15 million. the intern and rounding out top five. tonight on cbs-3, it is all new em sewed from your favorite shows. at 8:00 the big bang theory. that's followed by life in pieces. then at 9:00 catch scorpian, you don't want to miss nci los angeles at 10:00. stay tuned for ukee and jessica for "eyewitness news" at 11. we'll be right back.
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>> quick update how the lines at the airport are looking with southwest airlines having technical issues. we head over to justin finch at philadelphia international airport with the latest on that. how is it looking right now, justin? >> southwest continues to resolve the tech issues, first flew flights, averaging delays five to ten minutes, those long lines we saw earlier have greatly dim inch recall.
the hope is that will continue throughout the rest of the day, that causing intermittent delays, website as well as their app. asking passenger now to arrive two hours early and to print off their baggage document, as well as their boarding passes. they're hoping that process will minimize delays at check in, and get these flight out on time. they are specking though fewer delays today, than yesterday, when they had 450 delays across the country. ever kay? >> your heart goes out to travelers, justin, thank up. at least weather not messing with anyone's flit this morning. >> we can help you out with the weather today will be gorgeous, blue skies, i mean, stunning today. get out and enjoy, take the umbrella tomorrow. hello up ear's next saturday and sunday. go away. >> yes. looking pretty good on the roadways, all things considering. heading into the rush hour now. here is a lock at the schuylkill city avenue looking pretty good. looking busy but for a monday we will take it.
fifty-nine southbound before girard same thing, traveling little less impulse ever speeds, if it wasn't the holiday what we typically look at going to the wide. 9 miles per hour on the schuylkill, 28 on 95, looking pretty good. twenty-nine blue route heading toward route one, yikes, 29, so, you know, but we will take it again, little better than what we normally see in a rush hour. >> break for a holiday. >> yes, you know, still bus. >> i not everybody gets the day off today. >> no, no. >> including us, we ' here with you, but we have to be here. coming up next on cbs this morning, dom he is he can violence survivors evicted for calling 911. why local laws can force landlords to throw them out. they'll have the latest on cbs this morning, reminder join us bright and early each weekday morning, right here on cbs-3. we will check in with you about 25 minutes. hope you have a great day.
>> ♪ captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, october 12th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." nationwide frustration for thousands of passengers mysterious technical glitches could force another day of delays for southwest airlines. president obama looks ahead to his final year in office. part of his "60 minutes" interview you didn't see last night. north korea gives western reporters a show. see why seth doane was told he may never be allowed to go back! we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> this is about intaed i'as ba seen it. >> long day and long lines. >> we might go to the bar and drin