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philadelphia. >> overnight, thief stabs a clerk at wal-mart. police want you to take a close look at the suspect. tracking possible shower for this morning, but then, it is all about the big chill come this weekend. it is getting down right cold. today is friday, october the 16th, good morning to you, so glad you're with us, i'm nicole brewer. and i'm not alone, although erica is off. i'm joined by vittoria and kyla. good morning, ladies. >> you're never alone, morning. oh, just like big hug you guys. >> i know. >> we love you, girls. >> this way, i grab everyone, there you go. >> oh, so nice. >> anyway, kyla tossing over to you, i feel the love. >> oh, so fun to work with you, vet tore y little chilly out here already. we haven't even gotten to the cold part. but i'm feeling a little bit after breeze out here on the skydeck this morning, let's look at current conditions in center city, see it is 54 degrees, not bad. wind out of the west 12 miles per hour, so it has pick up little bit in the last hour for us.
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now, we take a look at storm scan3, you can see, the good news here is that these showers are falling apart before they make it to us. soap, really, if you see sprinkle or two, maybe out of this, but i don't think you will get much. i will start to get to the sunshine in fact getting to the afternoon. once this passes us by, high of 67 today. not bad at all. same story at the shore, starting offer cloudy, get the sun in there, high of 67. in the poconos few showers already, keeping little cooler there, the high of 56 degrees. but, one more seasonable day of temperatures, these 60s, then, saturday, breezy, and cooler, and our are we looking out for frost or freeze? is that possible this weekend? it is particularly as we get into sunday night. check it out. this is your sunday night into monday, overnight low temperature, expected 37 degrees, we haven't seen that since april 25th. so, we are going to talk about this cold air that's coming in for the weekend, i'll get you ahead of t little overwhelming. it is okay. we can all get through it together. right, vittoria? >> we can all chill, kyla.
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we will be chilling, right. good morning, everyone, well, right now, traveling on the majors, i would same, overall, it is still a fairly nice ride outside. besides if you're traveling on the schuylkill expressway, 76 westbound, right at the 26 entrance ramp to the westbound schuylkill, dealing with this accident here. now, you can still access the schuylkill expressway, so they're still allowing the ramp travelers to continue on by. but, we've noticed some intermit and the blockages as a result of some of the emergency personnel, on scene, so if you are traveling in this area, i would do your best to bypass it if you can. maybe maneuver through south philly little bit more. then head into center city elsewhere maybe south street. here better safe than sorry. we'll continue to keep you updated eastbound side running smoothly over to new jersey, 42 freeway, if you are traveling in the northbound direction, seeing few more vehicles out there. as you approach the stretch of 295. not full blown rush hour, just yet, because as we take a look at the speed censors, overall, still moving well. fifty-five is our average on
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the schuylkill, same on 476, and even on the pa turnpike. i would say, however, seeing that slight slow-down on the southbound side of 95 at girard. so only will get heavier from here, nicole? >> tori, thank you. we just got new information on the breaking news that you will see only here on cbs-3, abduction that ended with a crash in north philadelphia. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch live at the scene with the information. justin? >> nicole, good morning. police now tell us, this all began as domestic dispute. man forcing his exgirlfriends into the black suv there, and then speeding across the city, police of course in hot pursuit, trying to rescue that woman who was taken against her will. >> one on top of the other. a honda pilot suv piled a top a mercedes sedan belonging to michael o'connell. >> i got the car fixed. now look. >> he says he had no idea his parked car was crashed into until he headed taught work this morning.
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>> apparently someone evading police, and somehow ran over my car somehow? and then police caught him, caught up with him. >> inside the suv, police say, a man believed to have taken his ex-girlfriend, possibly against her will. sore cents say the woman's mother tried to stop the man, even firing her gun, but got away. speeding along north college avenue and later crashing on west college, he then fled on foot, and hid under this truck where police found him and took him in. now, that truck was in the area of 26th and girard, where police found that man. we know he's 44 years old, now in custody. and again, that woman, who was in the car, she was taken to hahnemann hospital for treatment, of what we told our assault injuries, we will bring you much more as we get it. of course live in north philly, justin finch, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> justin, thank you. new this morning, philadelphia police are looking for this suspect in the stabbing after
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wal-mart worker, take a lock here, investigators say he walked into the super center at philadelphia mills then tried to walk out with a big screen tv and few other items. wal-mart worker asked for a receipt and that's when police say the suspect stabbed him. the employee was not seriously hurt. >> well, someone has pulled off a heist at jewelry store in the middle of the night. now philadelphia police are looking for who do it. this happened early thursday morning, at the time and gold store at south 19th street, right around rittenhouse square. investigators say, the thieves broke into a former storefront, drilled through the dry cleaners next-door, into the jewelers. the robbers emptied the safe. >> i couldn't believe it. it is a good thing it is my store is all messed up, but the compared it the jewelry store it is -- >> you're okay. >> yes. >> there is no word on the price tag of the stolen items or the damage to the stores. >> well, police charge a suspect in the death after delaware doctor after a
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chilling confession. delaware authorities say 21 year old christopher frick murdered doctor caroline econg. wednesday the 55 year old body's doctor was discovered by family member. worked as psychiatrist. investigators say this wasn't a romantic obsession, but one that start wad professional encounter about three years ago. >> there was very little interaction between the two of them over those three years, however, yes, he had been planning this event for approximately three years. >> frick is charged with murder, home invasion, and burglary. he's being held on $143,000 cash bail. and we're still wait to go learn cause of death for three year old brendan createo. the camden county prosecutor's offers says an autopsy completed wednesday was inconclusive. his body was found early tuesday, in a wooded area, of cooper river park in haddon township, just about half mile from his father's home where he was staying. the question surrounding that case has many people un set philadelphia that area. >> people are upset because it is a sleepy little town, and
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it is very family orient dollars. the father lives there. the mother lives around the corner. the grandmother drops them off. >> i just can't even imagine, because eggs so little and so frail, i mean, as far as children being so frail, and the fact that they don't know what happened to him? >> anyone with information on how brandon died is urged to contact the camden county prosecutor's office. >> well, published reports say two former new jersey day care workers accused of encouraging toddlers to fight are now seeking probation. reports erika kenny and sean east white are asking foreplays nam pretrial program for first offenders, that could result in charges being dismissed. the pair have previously pleaded not guilty to child abuse charges. authorities say the pair encouraged young children to fight as they ordered on cell phone video. they have since been fired from the cranford new jersey facility. >> all right, 6:07 right now. coming up flashflooding
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triggers mudslides in southern california. hundreds of cars stuck in the mid. they may not even have seen the worse of it yet. plus more trouble for bill cosby. we will tell but another lawsuit he's facing. and have you ever called out sick when you really weren't sick? come on, admit it, maybe you've done it once, twice. well, fake sick calls are apparently on the rise, wait until you hear some of the craziest excuses. that's coming up next. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> it is friday, we're so glad you're with us. we'll take a sort break and be right back. don't go away. >> ♪ this flu season... your immuthe way it didn't work when rock was young. so we made fluzone high-dose vaccine... for people 65+.
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>> the latest on the flashflooding in california. >> oh, my gosh! run for your lives. >> video showed on social media shows a sudden storm that sent mud flowing on to the five freeway, main california north-south arteries, trapped cars, stranded drivers. >> traffic came to complete stop. and then the storm clouds kind of cleared, and right as the sun came out it, cleared up, mud just started pouring down the mountains, down the road, and just kind of engulfed everything. >> michael natoli and band mates headed south from san jose. their band time shares was set to play their first la show tonight, when they hit the wild weather. >> up the mountain, the mud was just rolling down that
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mountain, up there. >> via face time, they showed us the scene where they've been sitting for several hours. >> they were like bulldozers trying to plow boulders out of the road. >> i didn't get too nervous until we started in the g the bolds ers flying down the highway, and getting stuck under cars, and on top of cars. >> the mess meant traffic nightmare for motorists. >> completely shutdown, completely, stuck. >> so they're urging drivers to plan accordingly, and avoid the area, if possible. in california, cbs news. >> so, not good a situation over there, but back here at home, just looking ahead to some chill in the air, right, kind of feeling like fall, kyla. >> yes. >> in fact, it is feeling little too much like fall. little too far into fall. >> yes, not bad today. but as you can see, we've got few showers, making their way across pennsylvania, but falling apart as they make their way toward philadelphia. so, i think, if you are walking out the door right now, you might see few sprinkles. that's about it.
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54 degrees in fill, not bad where we are, but it is certainly chilly if you're up at mount pocono where it is 44 degrees, little warmer down wildwood coming in at 59. so, what's happening is that we will see few clouds, give way to sunshine, but notice the two successive cold fronts, rolling through. that is going to open the door for much cooler air. so by saturday, breezy, cooler, highs just in the 50's, those 50's stick with us, and that autumn chip as we get into sunday even monday. so it, won't be until tuesday that we start to see the 60s again after today. so, it is going to be chilly ahead, this is your high for saturday, sunday, 57 and 52 degrees, if you're saying what? little too early for. that will you're correct. mid november when we normally see temperatures like. that will this is where it gets even more tricky. overnight low saturday into sunday, 37 degrees, sunday into monday, 35 degrees. that is going to be very chilly out there. of course you see numbers like that you could be talking about frost. so we will be keeping an eye on that as we head toward the weekend. headed out to the eagles game on monday at 8: 30:00 p.m.,
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talking 44 degrees and chilly, chilly skies. so it will be little cool out there. today not bad. 67 degrees, we get some sunshine in this afternoon, low this evening, we see about low of 45 degrees, and it will be clear out there. let's take quick look at your seven day forecast, you can see the recovery really comes as we get into tuesday. and we'll have sunshine, not only do we recover, but we really warm up mid week time frame next weekment look at the 70s on thursday, sun. >> i looking nice. >> take heart, look at it as a trial run for your winter clothes this weekend. >> gentlemen, like you said, brick out the new outfits. i just bought the cutest little hat. and i'm psched to wear it. >> there go. >> you need to find me some clothe. >> i can spend your money very easily, nicole. >> oh, boy. >> and that goes for anyone else there, as well, just give me your money and i will spend t good morning, everyone, well, right now, if spending some time on the roads get to go work, you will notice that we do have a bit of a hiccup on the schuylkill expressway, it is an incident they've been trying to clear out for quite some time. as you will notice, just have
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lingering emergency personnel left on scene. when i say emergency personnel, it is police. so travel the westbound schuylkill the ram from 26th street onto 76, is what we are dealing with here. that's compromise that ramp making things little slow. but as you will notice, not seeing too much volume in this area. so it is really just this incident, that is just making things little bit of a gaper delay if you will. but just barely. over now to the ben franklin bridge. no major problems in either direction. it is really still smooth sailing out there on the bridges overall. i would say, 95 southbound, starting to pick up that volume out of the northeast, down through to the vine street expressway. so that's bound to get even heavier. 6:15, by 6:30, 6:45, it is a full blown rush hour. also, for this weekend, and the following weekend, the manayunk norristown line will be shuttle bussing, and no service at few stops, careful there. also each weekends through november, 20th to the 22nd, the media elwin line will be shuttle bussing between media and elwyn. so, plan accordingly for any weekend festivities.
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>> all right, tori, thank you. happening today, us airways makes its final flight before the completion of a merge their will make it american airlines. now, later this morning, us airways flight 1939 will take off from philadelphia make stops in charlotte, phoenix, and san francisco. when it returns to philly tomorrow morning it will be under american airlines banner. so the merge is her complete. 6:16 right now. former nba star lamar odom continues to fight for his life this morning. coming up we will have an update on his condition. and take a look at herbal viagra, supplement reportedly taken before he was found unconscious. we'll tell you what it is and if it is safe that's coming up i want a supreme court judge who knows the law. for the past seven years, i've served on pennsylvania's second highest court. and the bar association has given me their very highest rating. i want a judge who understands regular people. i was the first in my family to graduate from college.
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>> rev represented jesse jackson who visited lamar odom in the hospital says he's on life support. meanwhile his estranged wife khloe kardashian reportedly asked the owner of the broth toll stop giving interviews. odom found unconscious at the brothel tuesday night. >> well, workers at the brothel say they saw odom use cocaine and supplement tablets, the brothel owner referred to the supplement as herbal viagra, over the counter product. but the food and drug administration has warned about some of those products, and studies funded by pfizer, which makes viagra, by the way, doctor irwin goldstein,
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investigated 58 different brands to see what they contained. >> from rat poison, to commercial paint, to heavy metals, to even drugs that did other things, we found drugs that lowered blood sugar. >> the fda found that these supplement often contain an ingredient that in large doses may dangerously lower blood pressure. >> well, bill cosby facing another lawsuit. >> this one from a pittsburgh area woman. ranita hill claim cost did i sexually abused her back in the 1980s. after she mad the accusation, said the philadelphia comedian defamed her when he questioned the honesty of his various accusers. hill is also claiming ee meisha fall distress. >> is one more step toward seeking justice for what happened to me and in holding bill cosby accountable for the false allegations that he's made against me. i am hopeful with the help of my legal team justice will be served.
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>> so far no comment from cosby's lawyers. cosby has not been charged with any crimes. >> it is 6:21 right now, coming up the most creative and outlandish excuses people gave their bosses for a sick day. that should be entertaining. >> why are there boob in the parking lot? are they going to be closed? >> well, an interesting question. the blow up exhibit that's getting a loft attention and of course raising breast cancer awareness. health reporter stephanie stahl takes us on a tour. and kyla, you're monitoring some drastic changes in the forecast, right? >> yes. so say you can need a jacket walking out the door today, but you might want your winter coat this weekend. cold blast of air coming our way. i'll get you ahead of it, stay with us, everybody, your weather report is coming up. "eyewitness news" will be right
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>> some days you just don't feel like going to work. growing number of people calling in sick, even when they're not sick. some excuses, well, they're a little bit out there. hena daniels has the results after new survey. >> it is something many people hesitate to admit. >> have you called out sick when you aren't really sick? >> never. >> others, like roger shade, don't mind fessing up. >> did you feel guilty at all? >> nope. >> would you do it again?
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>> in a heartbeat. >> new survey from career builder finds 38% of employees have called in sick when they were feeling just fine. up from 28% last year, the fake illness isn't the only lie people tell to get the day off. >> relative had died, and at the really didn't. >> i'm afraid to ask who was the relative? >> my grandma. >> the survey discovered even more outrageous excuses. one person told his manager the universe was telling him to take the day off. another employee claimed he broke his arm, reaching to grab a falling sandwich. and one worker said his grandmother poisoned him with ham. matthew knee, who owns digital display company, once had salesman say he fell off a ladder and was in the emergency room. >> and we later found that to be untrue. and that he was recovering from a very hard night of partying. >> and lying can be risky. about one in five employers have fired a worker for calling in sick with a fake
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excuse. >> did you ever work with that salesman again? >> he is no longer with the firm. >> hena daniels, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". now, come on, you can't be killing off relatives. that's not right. >> that's bad mojo. but you know not eat toy call in sick when you work a morning show. do you have do it the day before. >> you have to have a real good excuse. >> no one wants to get up at 3:00 a.m. to cover you. >> even when i call in sick and i feel legitimately ill, i feet guilty like i feel like i'm making it up. it is weird. >> but personal days have become personal days because they know people need a day every once in a while. >> mental health day. >> save the excuse. just -- >> you didn't break your arm reaching for a falling sandwich. grant ma poisoned you, that was ridiculous. >> goodness gracious, kyla. coming up why two presidential candidates are pulling out the next debate. jan? >> the lower merion fire department needs a few good men and women. emergency calls are up, while volunteer numbers are down. coming up: how you can help. >> and also, traveling on 95,
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>> waking to up crisp morning, maybe sprinkle in the forecast, no lightning that we know of. >> no lightning we know of in in the forecast, but the weather producer jeff, boom, has brought in the lightning cat shirt today. i want you to walk toward the camera there. >> the most ridiculous thing weather shirt. look at him posing. look at him posing. meow. you're totally flexing. we called you out. producer jen, oh, amazing.
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let's look at so many temperatures. we got a look at the temperatures. >> get back to work. >> cat lightning, man. >> check it out, 51 degrees in drexel hill this morning, winds nice and calm. millville, 56. fifty in lumberton, pottstown cool 48 degrees. mount pocono, how about 44? fifty-seven down in atlantic city. in the the wind pick up little bit out of the west. little breeze out there. the good news you can see the rain been off to the north and west, falling apart, so barely a sprinkle. making it to philadelphia. but, this is going to make it to philadelphia oh, ya. the cold air, this is a blast of cold air coming behind two successive colds fronts. that will leave thus weekend with temperatures in the 50's. so, today, we are going to see the 60s like we've seen all throughout our work week this week. but it is going to be big difference in temperatures starting on saturday. and not only am i concerned about what is happening for our highs, but listen, talking lowe's in the 30's, 40's, as we head across the weekend so we will get more into your
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seven day forecast, so you can time out your weekend, make your plans shall everybody, i'll be back in just a few moments with that. but now we head over to vittoria. >> i didn't know that shirt had sleeves. i didn't know it had sleeves. >> even better, right? >> that's intense. >> even better. >> that was intense, i think for us all. >> well, good morning, everyone, right now, also the rush hour is going to set you back something awful. because if you are traveling on on 95, we are already delayed out of the northeast down through to the vine. check it out. you now have this indent causing intense situation for anyone trying to commute into the city. so 95 southbound, right around allegheny, it seems to be where we have this penndot arrow right here, compromising the right-hand lane, traffic squeezing throughout this area here. what did i see earlier was two tractor-trailers, it does seem to be that they've moved on. but could be another vehicle, as again, compromising the shoulder area, also the right hand lane. so it will be a slow go on 95 out of the northeast, please
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give yourself more time. approaching the incident scene, now that, dent scene at allegheny. this shot here, right around cottman avenue t seems that our camera has froze, but still gives you good idea of all of the taillights merging together, because it is starting to develop a very, very thick situation. if you are traveling 309 right before county line road, southbound, we do have an accident here, only allowing the right lane of traffic to get by. another situation, that will set you back this morning. speed censors, 20's now your average on the schuylkill, 12 on 95, still in the 50's in new jersey, and also on 476 and the turnpike, but please give yourselves more time this morning, again, that situation on 95, going to put us back something terrible. i would imagine, nicole. >> tori, thank you. south jersey crossing guard is facing child porn charges this morning, they found evidence in the home of the 80 year old man, rudolph, containing numerous images every child pornography, he is crossing guard at magnolia middle school, also a member of the magnolia school district board of education.
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>> well two, men charged in the beating of same sex couple in center city last september have agreed plea deal. philip williams and kevin hair gone won't serve jail time. but they are on probation for three to five years. and will serve 200 hours every community service, at a lgbt organization. the third suspect, kathryn knott, reject add plea deal and will go ton a trial. one of the beating victims was left with a broken jaw, that doctors wired shut while it healed. >> a local fire company is putting out the call on social media for a few good men and women to join their ranks as firefighters. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live for us at the merion fire company, of ardmore, with more on the recruiting effort. we hear that you your report at 5:00 already getting some result, jan. >> good morning, how is this for an update? after our 5:30 segment aired, someone already called this fire station, to learn more about how to volunteer here at the fire company. now, this one is just one of seven companies throughout the lower merion fire department
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umbrella so to speak. >> this one has a long history. it has been in service here for 125 years. and you can see along the name plates here, just how long some of these folks have been volunteering. some since the 19 60s. so, the issue is once these folks retire, these companies need to replentish their ranks, so they are looking for a few good men and women. for now, relatively calm at the fire company of ardmore, just truck and equipment checks. but when the horn sounds, these are the people who know matter what answer the call. >> our page remembers activated, we drop what we're doing, get in the car, go to the firehouse, grab our gear, go to the scene. >> it takes a special person to be able to juggle everything they have to do in their personal life and the firehouse. >> over the last 25 years, the number of emergency calls has doubled for the lower merion fire department. but volunteer numbers continue to drop. >> the volunteer fire service is in a crisis today. the companies are down at
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least one third to half of where they were from when i started. it is tough. i mean, people's family dynamics, their work structures, have all changed within the last 30 years. >> there are seven independent companies within the lower merion fire department. members respond to emergencies, just like this one, in bryn mawr. the great majority of these firefighters are volunteers. >> you might not even be aware that their local company is partially mostly or 100% volunteer. >> so, they're changing that perception, banners and signs all over the township urging people to answer the call, become a volunteer. over at the gladwynn fire company, there is even a cadet program for 14 year old. >> and what makes these fire companies so amazing you can walk into a fire company, see 14 year old just as interested as the 80 year old who retired 25 years ago. >> to start, no experience is necessary. volunteers are fully and highly trained. you could fine yourself at a scene like this, merion fire
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department saving this driver's life. a driver trapped in his car for nearly ten hours. >> when we make a rescue, when we put out a fire, when we save somebody's house, that's what it is all about. >> reporter: now the merion fire company of ardmore, the station we're at this morning, is 90% volunteer. so we really want to thank the guys behind me this morning. they came in to open up the doors, going off to full-time jobs after. >> this so it really is a donation of your time when you become a volunteer firefighter. now, if you live in lower merion township, this interests you, start seeing all of these signs all around town, and this is the website you need to know. join lmsd.offering. go thereto figure out what station is closest to you, get linked to up recruiter it, helps start the process to becoming a volunteer firefighter. and really, even if you don't live in this township, this is an issue that's impacting the whole region, and the country, so if you hear this story, you think you might want to volunteer, call your local fire department to see if they have a volunteer fire
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department, and what you can do to help. of course this link for you, on our website, at nicole, into you. >> jan, thanks. big thank to you those who have made that calhoun will eventually make that call, because that's the best work around. jan, thanks, we appreciate it. >> two republican candidates threatening to skip their next debate in campaign 2016. we may learn within the next few days whether vice president joe biden will make a run for the white house. don champion has the latest now from the campaign trail. >> have you made your decision yet? >> while the vice president continues dodging questions about a presidential run, behind the scenes, it appears an announcement could be imminent. one of his top political advisors, former delaware senator, ted kauffman, sent letter to former biden staffers, in it, kauffman said biden is, quote, aware of the practical demands of making a final decision soon, and that
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if he runs, quote, we will need each and everyone of you yesterday. >> i just think he needs to decide what is best for him and his family. >> on the campaign trail, some democrats fear biden waited too long. hill little as new energy, following her strong debate performance. thursday, in san antonio, she passionately touched on one of her key debate topics: gun violence. >> i will not be silenced, and we will not be silenced. we must continue to speak out. >> we are going to build the wall. >> on the republican side, two front run verse threatened to boycott their next debate. in a letter to cnbc donald trump and ben carson said they would not participate in part if the debate lasted more than two hours. for which rival carly fiorina took a jab at the men. >> i'm for three hours don't have the andorrans to go the distance. >> debate september for october 28th. done -- champion, cbs-3, "eyewitness news".
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6:39 right now. coming up we will show you a venamous caterpillar showing up here in our area. also, a $32 million project to protect part of atlantic city from storms, gets underway, we'll see how it works, coming up next. plus this: >> this is a giant breast, the biggest i've ever seen. i'm health reporter stephanie stahl. coming up: what it is doing in a south philly parking lot.
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fighting to saveatlanti. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
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>> construction now underway on atlantic city last project in storm protection. the $32 million see wall will run along the absecon inlet there, replaces old section of the boardwalk damage in the super storm sandy. local officials say there were plans to repair that for more than three decades, help also came from the federal government. >> we have filling up trucks with gas these days, so it is very grateful to have everyone else on board. >> there is a lesson here. not to give upment there is a lesson that if you keep working at it, that we can get
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to it. >> another $3 million in federal money will build a new boardwalk from the revel casino to the atlantic city aquarium. >> 6:44, let's check in with kai l chilly temperatures on the way? >> i know, it is okay, everybody is talking about this weekend temperatures, going to be chilly. not bad today. we say good morning to the eyewitness weather watchers, start off with the 40's, do have cold temperatures out there, kyla higgins, good morning to you, some clouds out there in hatboro. says the chilly morning out there so far, make sure you bring a jacket. yes, that's very good advice. no doubt about it. ooh degrees as we take a look at where he haded is in chesterfield, and ed sent me picture, check this out. of some of the foliage that he's been seeing. and you might in the, we are starting to see some of the leaves turn, so i just want to point out if you want little leaf peeping as i call it notice creeping closer to philadelphia. so i think this weekend if you head out, i won't have to drive as far to see the
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beautiful leaves out there. we want to talk about our football game of the week here, too. because it is friday. and this one is downingtown, east taking on coatesville, 57 degrees, few clouds, and little chilly out there for your 7:00 p.m. kick off. about 57 degrees. so just take that jacket, that's the advice that you just heard from my weather watcher and we will stick with that. good news take a look at storm scan3, see how the showers literally just fell apart? so i think really few sprinkles even if you get that, that's out of here, then sunshine in this afternoon. current temperatures, 44 mount pocono, 54 in philadelphia, about 57 in atlantic city. as we go hour by hour, see the sunshine coming out today, we work our way into the 60s, so nice day on tap. very seasonable temperatures. no problems at we get into today. but, this weekend, we are going to see temperatures highs in the 50's, and check this out, sunday morning, we are talking in philadelphia, temperatures between 35 and 40 degrees. so it is going to be cold one out there. a we get to the weekend. but today high of 67. get into the overnight lows, low of about 45 degrees.
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see this cool air, rolls right through the weekend into monday, so really don't warm up until we get into tuesday. but notice, there are some 70s on the other side of that. no need to panic, right, vittoria. >> absolutely, we have to just keep that in our heads, because going through the commute this morning, i'm sure a loft you will be panicking at the wheel a bit. because you're going to find a lot of rush hour volume and incidents to double that volume. as we take a lock at the schuylkill expressway, this is eastbound, belmont, we do have accident here, the majority of it or one vehicle off toward the shoulder then another right at the merging lane here, on to the eastbound side of the schuylkill from belmont. so, this will cause a gaper delay, no doubt about it, already seeing a slow-down making your way out of your western suburbs down through to this point, then again, approaching the vine. on the flip side, westbound, 76, earlier accident, was cleared around the 26th street area. so south philly. that's been cleared out of the way. but still have delays approaching the vine. then a little bit of that volume aoun continuing to build even more from city avenue out through to just beyond belmont.
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i would say gladwynn. forty-two freeway northbound jammed approaching 295 heading through to the walt whitman bridge. southbound 95, completely jammed, out of the area, of i would say at least now academy, all the way down through to the vine street expressway. and be mindful chestnut at front is still closed and should be closed until about the weaken or so many we continue to keep you updated on it, nicole? >> tori, thank youment on this morning's cbs-3 health watch, special event honoring breast cancer awareness month. health reporter stephanie stahl, the eye catching feature. >> reporter: breasts like you've never seen before, camped out at snyder plaza in south philadelphia, grabbing lots of attention. >> people kept saying like why are there boobs in the parking lot? >> up close inside view sponsored by the golden berg group. >> really is educational come pope. walk through the inside of the exhibit see the anatomy, breasts how they work begin side the 13-foot hi, inflated exhibit, people can see blood
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vessels, milk ducts, lymph nodes and all of the other anatomy after breast. >> i've never gone inside of a breast before. i love the anatomy. i think it is very educational >> want women to know about the importance of early detection. she ended up with a double masectomy after being diagnosed late. >> i like the giant breast. i'm sorry, i think it is beautiful, it is informative. it is he had as al. >> the message for women, be pro-active about their own health. >> doctors say because of better awareness, better, growing number of women surviving breast cancer plus screenings and treatments are getting better all the time. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, ooh i witness news. >> well we talk about the importance of mammograms and detecting breast cancer, right? but minnesota woman says her dog actually helped tip her off to the disease. tara leonard just turned 40 years old. said she was lying in bed studying for school when her dog willow jumped up and put her nose to tara's left side.
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she said willow's behavior got even more unnerving. >> doing whatever she could, you know, just being weird, jumped back up on the bed, pushed on it again this time, it was wet. felt gross, went to wipe it off, i felt the almost up. >> tara went to the doctors, that's when she learned she had breast cancer. good news here tara is cancer free, and by the way a vick tech and believes willow saved her life. that's incredible stuff. 6:49. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning, charlie roads joins us live from new york with a pro view. good morning, charlie. >> good morning, nicole. ahead we're in california where flashflooding and major mudslides leaves hundreds of drivers stranded plus presidential candidate, former florida candidate bush, and also nancy cordus on capitol hill. and hillary clinton's aid will testify in front of the committee. only on cbs this morning we go behind the scenes with the founders of instagram.
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the news is back in the morning, and we'll see you in about ten minutes. >> all right, sounds good, charlie, thanks for the preview. >> well it, looks like marry lee the shark is back again off the coast of the jersey shore, remember player he lee? we haven't seen her since about mid summer, but according to the shark tracker osearch she pinged off ocean sit. she has been busy. say she traveled more than 140 miles in just a little more than a day. mary lee spent the latter half of the sumner florida and off the carolinas. >> and well this caterpillar may look harmless enough, but get this, actually contains venum. the white hickory caterpillar has been showing up in parts of central pennsylvania, and if you see it, just don't touch it. because the thing has hairs with bashbs contain venum to ward off preditor, can imitate human skin. >> the hairs embed into the skin, and then they pull away from the caterpillar. so they're left behind, they cause a determinal reaction. >> so, if you do come into
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contact and end up with a rash, you can actually just treat it with a conventional anti-rash medication, and the good news is pretty soon it will be too cold for these caterpillars who actually go away until spring. so, i guess something to look forward to with the cold weather. but if your honor headed to the movie these they are weekends, you might want to check out bridge of spice. tom hanks stars as american lawyer recruited by the ci each for very dangerous mission. kevin frazer from entertainment tonight gives us sneak peak at the "cold war" litter. >> we are engaged in a war. with the soviet union. >> james donovan played by tom hanks is recruited to negotiate a prisoner exchange of russian spy, for an american pilot. based on real life events at the height of the us tensions, it is a story that has history buffs hang hitting the books. >> russian want their man back before he cracks. we want you to negotiate the swap. >> i'm an insurance lawyer. i did not realize it comes down to the negotiations of
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behind the scenes as much as it did. >> ripped right out of the history books, and unknown to me, and, you know, i consider myself a fan of such things. >> this will be a first. >> you should be careful. >> in his research he found dedicated man working hard to do what's right. >> i read everything that he said himself about, about these moments, and when he said yes to taking on the killings, he threw himself into a degree of work that was non-stop for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks. and that's up late nights, pots of coffee, it was hard, hard grunt work, that only someone who was really good at his job can know that he has to do in order to see it do any sort of successful conclusion. >> we need to have the conversation our governments can't. next mistake our countries make could be the last one. >> for entertainment tonight, kevin frazier, now, back to you in the studio. >> and you can stay to up date with everything that's happening in hollywood with entertainment tonight, it is
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on tonight and every week night at 7:00 right here on cbs-3. we will take a slotter break
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>> breaking story, learning more about abduction thinned dollars after a car crash in north philadelphia. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is on the scene with more, justin? >> nicole, that's right. the man who caused all of this is now in police custody. they say, he ran from this scene, where we are right now, on west college avenue, just
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north of girard, here, they say, he ran from this honda pilot suv, after it crashed into this wall, inside what's exgirlfriends whom police say he abducted from a home in west philadelphia. that brought along north college avenue. they both crashed right here. there are no injuries to report, however, the woman inside was taken to hahnemann for treatment of what we are told are assault injuries, the investigation as you see continues this morning, detective are now here on scene. nicole, back to you. >> gloucester county school teacher's fish story has landed her in the guiness book of world records. a.m. and did a brewer, no relation, not my aunt or cousin or anyone else, art teacher in turnersville and shark lover. welshing she took picture while volunteering for shark conservation group off the coast of south africa. that picture is in the 2016 guiness book of world records, how cool is that? most cage divers keep their heads underwater, right?
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not amanda. >> i stayed right on the surface because a loft times the sharks will pop up out of the water. they do some cool things on the surface, that's how i happened to get this photograph. when i saw it was printed few days ago it was like wow that's my photo, and that's my name, and it is there. and all every these kids and all of these people around the world will get to see it and read it and learn about these animals. >> those jaws, little too scary. a.m. dan's photo appears un the category of largest predatory fish in the latest edition of world records. >> you can see, peeling its lips back, about to eat you. that's terrifying. >> great photo. >> crazy photo. brave, brave, brave. >> good for that good. good for amanda. >> go amanda. we thank you. >> not happening here. >> better you than us. >> one last check on the forecast. how is it looking today? >> today we're fine, we're -- the rain pretty much gone everybody. so few clouds to start off with high of 67, sunshine this
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afternoon, cooler air rushing in over the week edge, when you will really feel it is that sunday night into monday with a low of 37. >> oh,. >> sleep in if you k we start to warm up getting into next week, tuesday looking at 60s again even next 70s next thursday. >> you know what else is giving you the cold shoulder. >> what's that? >> ninety-five. >> oh, ouch. look at this mess. isn't it terrible? >> oh,. >> i know that feeling, you guys. i know that feeling. >> hopefully they pack their patience and cup of coffee. >> and a snack, reaching into your kids lunch bongs, no, 95 is jammed, all the way out of the northeast, down through to the vine. i mean the schuylkill expressway looks the same. the usual culprits, so again, pack your patience. >> rush hour. >> and happy friday. keep that in the forefront, you guys. >> that's right. all right, keep it positive. thanks, ladies, next on cbs this morning, five years of instagram, can you believe this? co-founders show us what draws 400 million people to post their pictures, i'm sure lots of themself eels. have a great morning,
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