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the battle for first place, with the archrival. details coming up. good morning, it is monday, october 19th, i'm erika von tiehl. big story today i think just that cold, you wake up, go you outside, doesn't feel like fall any more, like the dead every winter. we check in with justin and meisha. >> good morning, happy monday to both of you. time to turn on the heat. but it sound like justin that will be casino of warming up throughout the week. i'll let you touch base on, that roadways looking good. we did have frost out there, justin, like you said earlier, but overall things looking prep good on the roadways, how is it looking outside? >> cold. but not harsh wind to deal with. lots of sunshine this afternoon, so overall the forecast pretty good today except little on the chilly side. don't wore at this does warm up later in the week looking for milder temperatures, but the freeze warning states in effect for the entire delaware valley this goes until 9:00 this morning, many suburbs well below freezing at this hour. still sitting at 36 at the airport, 28 in millville.
>> chilly 22 in knowledge pocomoke, 26 degrees, pottstown, mid 20's, quakertown, well below freezing in mt. holly, new jersey coming in at 28 degrees. >> coldest temp since april 1st of this year, record low this morning is 29. so it can be a lot cold they are time of year. here's what it feels like when you factor in the win. wind maybe about 5 miles per hour, does feel like 31 in philadelphia, 30 in wilmington, 27 in allentown, so if you are after that, going after the morning run, it will be cold, dress obvious i appropriate for the chilly temperatures. store storm scan3 quiet, clear skies, allowing the temperatures to drop this morning. and probably drop couple of more degrees before sunrise. the school day forecast, sunshine today, chilly at the bus stop, 8:00 upper 30's at 3:00, lower 50's, overall give it a minus, nice day in the sunshine still chill think time of year. fifty-four the high in philadelphia, low 50's at the
shore. forty-six temperature in the poconos, talking 70s in the seven day. >> get to the de days in a few more minute, but let's get a check on the roads, meisha. >> justin just cracks me up. always has to put the mine just there. happy monday to you, grab the cup of coffee, you certainly will need it, warm tea, maybe, whatever it is, it is chilly outside. roadways are looking pretty good. starting 6:00 hour, it is definitely getting busy. betsy ross bridge, you can see, just kind of steady stream of headlights, looking good there, you're still traveling at posted speeds, just getting busy. you will be slowing down shortly. ben franklin bridge for those of you coming over from jersey in center city looking good here again as well slowing down a little bit as well, another place in jersey 42 freeway northbound at creek road approaching two the five. looking good holding steady here, but certainly a lot of vehicles now out on the roadways, getting back to work and getting back to school.
approaching 295 see the freeway friend pulled off to the right shoulder not causing any slow downs busy in the stretch for this morning. monday morning construction on the delaware memorial bridge, block, until november. erika, back over to you. >> thank you. mother nature serving up cold morning for you, even extra layer of clothing isn't enough, maybe you need the extra cup of coffee too. we check in with justin finch outside of wawa in pennsauken where i manning it is tough to get people to stop and talk, racing back and forth to warm up. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, commuters are slowly showing up this morning, not sure if the forecast has anything to do with that, but based on our side polling here this morning, we're seen computers here walk in, with a few extra layers on their bodies, and walk out that far wawa store with a hot drink or coffee in their hand. >> this morning, crowds agreed, you need a coat, but disagree as to whether or not it is actually cold. >> oh, it is pretty cold. >> i'm good. i like the brisk wetter.
>> brisk tips hovering the mid 30's, kick off the monday morning rush, early risers pulling over to the pennsauken wawa to fuel up, and warm up, with the hot drink. even cold weather fans can admit, this is an unseasonable start to the work week. >> so this feels to you more like what month? >> more like november. hat err part of november. >> some parts waking up even colder temperatures feeling due south of freezing, even seen some snow, light snow, dusting the deck in vineland, new new jersey and falling on front yard in wallingford. soon those places will be inches, you will want to be ready for that. >> whenever you are going out, make sure to dress warm, be safe. >> be safe and also smart, as well. people here this morning, are casino of veering away from calling this actually cold. more like a cold snap. how much, we do know, we do have a freeze warning in effect until this morning, at 9:00. soap, bring in those pets, and also your plants to protect them from this cold. we are live from pennsauken,
justin finch, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> just not right, justin, only october. come on, thanks so much. new this morning, in port richmond, where it appears somebody intentionally set fire to at least two cars overnight. we can show you part of the car there, it was charred, right, there around the gas tank. says the call came in just after 3:00 a.m. neighbors near the intersection of janney street and east tioga told "eyewitness news", someone stuffed several rags in the gas tanks then lit them. also told one of the neighbors ran out of the house, grabbed a garden hose, quickly doused the flames. quick thinking. fire marshall is investigating. >> driver is seriously hurt after his vehicle slams into the back after tow truck in south philadelphia. the accident happened around 2:00 a.m. at the intersection of penrose and paterson avenues. the injured man was taken to the hospital with unstable vital signs. police have not released his identity.
overnight firefighters still dearing with minor flare ups at the huge fire at the montgomery county country club. destroyed nearby 100 year old clubhouse. officials say fire broke out in the basement, quickly spread throughout the entire building. members say this lost hit them hard. >> we've eaten dinner over here, we've attended parties, you know, my family swam at the pool, down the street here, but yes, absolutely, it has been a spectacular building. it has a lot of memories. >> the investigation continues. but the fire marshall says the fire did not appear to be intentionally set. >> philadelphia police are asking for the public's help in low catting a missing west philadelphia woman. forty-six year old tanya keno last seen one week ago at family member's house on the 6,000 block of cedarhurst street. keno has the mental capacity after young child, and suffers from schizophrenia, and by bipolar disorder, prone to
epileptic seizures, last seen wearing a sun dress and sneaker. >> snakes on a bus. no, not samuel jackson movie, it is what happened when boa constrictor got loose and forced septa passengers to evacuate. "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon shows us how life really does imitate art on wheels instead of wings. >> it was a harrowing ordeal. sunday afternoon, for passengers on the route 52 bus. >> she got under the seat in the bus. she got stuck in there. >> this two and a half foot boa con stick shore somehow slithered away from owner koran really. koran said she was supposed to be tucked in his pock when he realized she was loose. >> everything freaked out. >> bus evacuate the at 52nd and westminster while septa police caught the snake. it was in a compartment under a seat. >> they got it. >> overcome with relief at the safe return, koran immediately hugged the brave officers and even our cameraman.
he tells us he just bought red some food and on his way home when she escaped. he says no big deal, she is gentle. some neighbors aren't didn't seem to mind. >> if you got it in a cage, supposed to have it in a cage when you get it from a pet store, gave you a cage. >> but it wasn't in a cage today? >> no, i figure it wasn't. >> koran's young son was apparently on the bus, as well. >> he always crawling around me, and she is always coming toward me upstairs, be like -- >> but septa apparently is not a huge fan of loose snakes, koran was thrown off the bus. ever the optimist, he didn't seem worried. he just would catch a later bus. >> buses don't seem to be stopping. how are you going to get where you are going? >> sit tight. i live far from here. >> unclear how koran ultimately made it home, and while they say you can't put a price tag on love? >> this is a 450-dollar snake. and i love her to death.
>> and koran tells me he was not given a citation, but, septa's police chief says the investigation is underway, and many different factors will ultimately determine if in fact charges will be filed. reporting at septa headquarters, rahel solomon, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". happening tonight, another debate for two of philadelphia's candidates for mayor. democrat jim kenny and republican melissa murray bailly focus on business and economic development. the two go head-to-head at the temple performing art center at 7:30 tonight. >> also tonight, the eagles play in prime time facing giants in a battle for first place in the nfc east. the eagles have to beat the giants to get a share that far top spot. the eagles are coming off a win over the saint, but the giants, they've won three straight. former eagles cornerback bobby taylor stopped by sport zone and told our leslie van arsdale and don bell the key is the eagles defense. >> we look at the defense, those guys up front, get pressure on eli like they did last week against drew brees,
i mean it, makes the guys jobs in the secondary whole lot easier. >> taylor also told leslie and don the birds have to take advantage of the eagles mistake in other to -- in order to win. >> star wars part of time's prime time battle betweens the eagles and giants, tickets go on sale for the new star wars force a weakens, the highly anticipated movie trailer debuts at half time. the new movie is the seventh film in the star wars saga, it comes after the event of return of the jed eye, highly anticipated. looking forward to it. we hate to make you angry first thing in the morning, former giant punter posted this picture on stain gram last night, yes, that's his jersey all over our rocky balboa statue at the art museum. unacceptable. it comes with the caption, quote, team weatherford has invade the sit of brotherly love. can't wait to see my brother get to work on monday night
football. dis r g all fired up. in fact, the unemployed punter, was getting bashed so badly on twit their he posted this tweet saying: quote i didn't put it there. and you can't disgrace a fictional champion much like your teams titles fictional. all right, fighting words interest this guy. of course eli manning, hang on, coming to town, unlike the weatherford cuts from the giant, manning will be playing tonight. eagles fans home to see this, remember this face? the manning face, really frustrated hoping to see that tonight. when he takes on the eagles. >> we have some grace neutral also about great local team. say hello to the number 22 temple owls. the owls are in the national top 25 for the first time since 1979. they beat central florida, saturday, to go six and zero on the season. if they beat east carolina thursday night, they will be seven and zero for the first time in school history. they also have the fighting irish of notre dame on the schedule coming up halloween weaken, well done, great to see that.
all right, still still ahead, warning for parent about the make up children might wear for halloween. also this: >> terrifying scene, when gunman opens fire into the crowd. now, college football player is dead, and his killer is on the loose. >> limb laid err on this morning, did you know october is adopt a shelter dog month? all of these cutest need a new home. we will tell you what you need to know before rescuing a pet from your local shelter. we'll be right back.
in the face. look at the numbers right now. upper 20's cherry hill, millville. forty-four along the coastline, rehoboth we have. ocean water at 06 degrees. then pemberton also upper 20's, there you go, temperatures really below freezing in many spots, outside the city, now, still sitting at 36 at the airport in philadelphia, 27 in chalfont, look at the numbers to the north, 25, quakertown, 26 pottstown, knowledge pocono the cold spot at 22 degrees. rebound coming up this week. for the middle of the week, if you don't like today's cool temperatures, highs only in the 50's, 56 where we should be, average tuesday, we surge above average, highs reaching the 70s, quiet on storm scan3, high pressure over us. locking in the cold air this morning. but that will give way to more sunshine through much of the week. nothing happening today in our future weather model, tonight dry, good news for the football game. how much, though, chilly, and then tuesday, talking about just maybe few clouds around. the core of the coldest air starting to move out there. is the dip in the jet stream. starting to move over new
england, over the ocean, so we will see improvement as far as the temperatures go. then the jet stays to the north through the end of the week. that means milder temperatures, return to our forecast, that will be the trends, as we head into the weekend as well. but the forecast high today still cooler than average, 54 degrees for the high temperature, and then tonight, not quite as cold, 41 for center city still lower 30's in the colder suburbs, and then the eagles forecast kick off at 8:30, dress warm, 44 degrees, at 8:30, and then drops few more degrees by the end of the game. don't worry, though, lot of sunshine this week, look at that, low mid 70s for wednesday, thursday, so we go from weather to shorts? i don't know. >> 20 degrees? >> heatwave. how about that? >> it happens. >> just regular fall weather would be nice, you know? >> never happens around here, you know? >> i know, what are you going do? >> i'll take the 70s, flight. >> we will take the 70s on thursday. >> good morning, roads looking really good. still early, little after 6:00. i'll tell you the morning rush has been looking good, just heating up early in the
5:00 hour, slow downs on 95, certainly seeing that right now, all of the overnight construction project are getting out of our way. take a look, 95 southbound at cottman, area i always watch starting in the early hours. still looking pretty busy. pretty much bumper it bumper. you are seeing tail light go off most definitely on 95 southbound, you are no longer traveling at posted speeds, so give yourself couple every extra minute, if you have to travel in and around the area. another look, the look at the schuylkill eastbound, at city avenue. once you get off of the roosevelt boulevard, moving in the southbound direction and on to the westbound direction, of 76, looking busy, over here, going casino every behind those trees, but moving in the eastbound direction, toward center city, you're slowing down just a little bit. accident in cheltenham, washington lane at township lane road. blocking one lane in this area, now you are still traveling around posted speeds there, but just make note it is there in montgomery county, another accident, skippack pike near whitehall road, left lane block, in and around that area.
so two accidents to tell but blocking one lane and both of those but not causing too many delays like i said. all right, erika, back over to you. >> meisha, a thank you. us senator urging parents to be cashes what casino every make up they put on their children this halloween. new york senator chuck schumer says novelty make up and face paints are often made in china, and they contain -- can contain metals including lead that could pose danger to children wearing them. the fda does not conduct routine testing of novelty cosmetics but senator assume is her calling for change. 6:18. still ahead this morning, how teachers aid stopped attempted abduction, great story here. also jilted bride has the best reaction after her fiancee get cold feet and calls off their wedding. see who a $10 her 35 reception instead of the groom. that's coming up. [ female announcer ] business travel isn't just about the going. it's also about the going home.
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>> this morning police searching for the shooter who opened fire at zombie con in florida over the weekend. >> one person is dead, and five others injured, at the shooting at the zombie theme event. it happened just before midnight on saturday in fort myers. the victim, who died, was a 20 year old junior college football player. police are canvassing the area for witnesses, who may have clues as to who is responsible. >> there were people taking
cover, you know, running toward the shots, and that's when we located victims. >> zombie con has been running for eight years, and attract more than 20,000 people to fort myers every time. alert and fast acting teachers aid foils alleged kidnapping attempt in california. sandra ferguson on her way to work at elementary school in when she recognized 11 year old student in the front seat after car. however, she did not recognize the man behind the wheel. when she saw the girl appear to be scared, ferguson's instinct kicked in. >> i put my car in front of his car, i blocked him. and i toll her you get out of the car right now. >> ferguson also called police. they arrested the man on suspicion of kidnapping. that little girl was not hurt. quick thinking there, good job. >> all right, did you know october is shelter dog adoption month? there are so many dogs in need of homes. still ahead, we take you inside the delaware county spca to see some of those
adorable dogs available for adoption, we'll let you know what you need to do if interested in getting a in you pet. >> justin, bring the pet inside this morning, it is just cold out there. >> yes, good tip. cold this morning, since early april of this year. but there is a little bit of warm willing trend i'm seeing in the forecast models, details coming up in the details coming up in the eyewitness weather forec this flu season... your immuthe way it didn't work when rock was young. so we made fluzone high-dose vaccine... for people 65+. with a high high higher dose of antigen... it's significantly more effective than fluzone vaccine in preventing flu. fluzone high-dose vaccine is approved for people 65 and older. it's not for anyone who's had a severe allergic reaction to any vaccine component, including eggs, egg products, or to a prior dose of any flu vaccine. tell your doctor if you've ever had guillain-barré syndrome. side effects include pain swelling and redness at the injection site; muscle aches, fatigue,
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coming up. >> and the controversial female viagra is now officially on the market. but doctors are raising new concerns. meisha? >> it is a busy monday morning, traveling less than posted speeds, particularly here, 95 southbound at cottman, and we have two accidents to tell but, you will i'll have all of the updates coming up. first a quick break, for the girl scout meeting... ok! for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?! giant just dropped prices on thousands more items. which makes the checkout lane, victory lane. my giant.
>> today, lot of sunshine, but still the temperatures little cooler than average. rehoboth beach right now, live look, getting ready for nice sunrise, skies starting to brighten up just little bit. well away from the sunrise coming in around 7:15 this morning. 43 degrees, entire delaware valley, again, right outside the city, the freezing temperatures, for everybody else, just about at freezing, epp the exception dover, delaware, right along the immediate coastline action wildwood at 34. palmyra, 32, degrees in the middle of the code blast, so far the temperature in morning, 36 for philadelphia, coldest morning since early april. we only make it into the low 50's this afternoon, but there is warming trends in the seven day, details in a few minutes. meisha, a what's the latest on the roads? >> roads are look pretty good. good morning to you at home, if you are just waking up with us, i'll let you know some of
the major intersections and highways starting to travel little less than posted speeds which we're not too much after stranger to, that specially on a monday morning. looking at 422, taillights moving in the eastbound direction, this is at trooper road. and you can see traveling, snail crawl, a lot more brake lights starting to go off in most of the major road, here is another air, same thing happening, roosevelt moving in the southbound direction, just about ten minute ago, we took a peak at the schuylkill, moving in the westbound direction at city avenue where the roosevelt boulevard link up. it was looking busy there, as well. ninety-five southbound at girard, looking busy all the way down to cottman, we saw, not too long ago, and then here we do have an accident, now this is an accident in upper moreland township. all lanes block, certainly give yourself couple of extra minute this that area or avoid it altogether, also another accident, washington lane at twp. line road.
for those of you in cheltenham. all right, erika, back over to you. >> meisha, a thank you. just absolutely tragic scene in arizona as entire family of five dice after their truck plunges into a lake. police say the family's suv went into tempe town lake early sunday morning. there was group of fishermen on the other side when it happened. they told police they saw the vehicle parked near the water with its light on, then they heard loud splash. though called 911, and police dover right into the lake. >> one of the witnesses that was here fishing, he jumped into the water with our officers. again, he helped us pull these individuals out. you know, he did exactly everything we do could have asked for and more. we're grateful for him. he was concern for the victims in the vehicle and also the officers? officers recovered five bodies, the husband and wife, six month old girl, and two boys, ages two and three. police say the father was behind the wheel. they don't know if he intentionally drove into the
water. >> clean up krause in california continue to try to dig out vehicles stuck in mud slide north of los angeles. at least 30 cars, trucks, stranded right now, in the harden mud out there. after being swept off the highway, off highway 58, following heavy rains on thursday. there had been no reports of injuries, but officials are saying they are searching the vehicles for anyone possibly still trapped inside. this process they say could take days. wild fire near austin, win and dry conditions are making it difficult. so far 50 homes have been destroyed, roughly 4600 acres are now black ends as a result of the fire, and it has been burning for nearly a week. officials are now bracing foray poaching front, that is likely to boost winds, and lower humidity. >> shaping up to be eventful
week for the race to the white house. hill had i will head back to washington to testify in front of house committee on benghazi. meanwhile, two republican frontrunners making headlines with their talk of terrorism. brooks in new york with more. >> republican campaign for president took a bitter turn over the weekend, with frontrunner done al trump saying president george w. bush didn't keep the us safe because 9/11 happened on his watch. the former president's younger brother, jeb bush, pushed back. >> mr. trump talks about things that as though he is still on apprentice, literally talking serious isis should take has add, russia should take out isis as though it was some kind of board game. >> but trump isn't backing off his statement. >> jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. well the world trade center just fell down. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton is preparing to testify before republican controlled house committee investigating the 2012 attack
on the american compound in benghazi. >> i will do my best to answer their questions. but i don't really know what their objective is right now. whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee. >> representative tray god how chairs the committee says he's not concerned with the 2016 campaign and is only focused on finding out what security failures led to the death of four americans. i have told my own republican colleagues and friends shut up talking about things that you don't know anything about. >> clinton will testify in front of the congressional committee on thursday. cbs news. >> vice president biden could reportedly announce presidential bid any day now. a long time advisor says that biden feels he's earn the right to make a decision about his political feature on his own timetable. the closed confidant also says that the vice president will not be bullied into making that decision.
>> well, people on social media, they are certainly talking about larry david's impression of bernie sanders on saturday night live. the former starve curb your entheusiasm looked so much like sanders, that even the candidate himself is taking in the. >> in terms of larry david, i think we're going to put him up on the stage, let him do it rather than me. >> he does it better than i do. >> last week's democratic presidential debate on cnn which s&l arrived. >> happening today, in delaware county, regional rounds table will take place to discuss the exploding heroin empidemic southeastern pennsylvania. congressman patrick meehan will host members of the de a and other law enforcement officials at upper darby high school. law enforcement and elected officials will join together to discuss improving efforts in combating heroin abuse. the event gets underway at 3:30 this afternoon. and, later on today, the federal aviation administration will announce new rules regarding the use of
private drones. the faa will announce national registry for anyone who buys a drone. allow the government to keep track who have is flying them. the goal is to have a registry? place by the holidays. it is estimated that 750,000 drones will be sold by the year's end. former nba player lamar odom showing some signs of improvement. his family says odom has regained consciousness, and has been speaking. odom has been in a hospital for almost a week after he was found unconscious at a brothel near las vegas. authorities are still retracing odom's three day visit to the broth em to determine what caused his medical episode. right now 6:38. still ahead here on "eyewitness news" the jilted bride that's making headlines this morning the the california woman has a priceless reaction when her groom to be gets cold feet and canceled her weddingment finds out who she invited to their $35,000 reception. >> and do you have room in your heart and your home to rescue a dog in need?
y- in morning's health watch, the drug known as female viagra officially on the market. the drug is supposed to boost female low beat owe in pre menopausal women. fda approved the drug, but concerns remain over its effectiveness and side effect including low blood pressure and loss of consciousness. it is not meant to treat low beat owe in women who experience low sex drive due to anti-depressant. researchers from rowan university are developing blood test that could detect proteins associated with altzheimer's disease. they say it will help doctors diagnosis the disease early. researchers say if altzheimer's can be detected before symptoms begin, changes can be made to help slow the progression that far disease. >> well, a loft people scratching their heads about this one after seeing new gray burying fresh mcdonald's in china yes, cookie colors of
course popular fast-food trend including mcdonald's black bun, we know that one, now mcdonald's fans say maybe gone too far with the gray bun? one person tweeted out review, yuck, looks like granite. burying is her pork patty similar to american sausage. >> they say you eat with your eyes, but looks like granite, that's funny. cold out, there maybe hit mcdonald's for the warm cup of coffee. most areas below freezing this hour. check it out from weather watchers, mid two's showing up right now. we take you taught south in dover, delaware, capitol city. feeling below freezing right now, 31 degrees, at andy's house, with the clear skies, has a message, says we skipped family, fell right into winter. that's right, typical conditions for the winter season. could be worse, record low for philadelphia for today is 29 degrees. so not quite there just yet. little bit just outside of philly, christopher's house in saint david's, look at that,
25 degrees at this hour with the clear skies, temperature, 20, so there is breeze to deal with this morning, coldest day of the season so far. bundle up. good advice, maybe do some scraping this morning, have the gloves around. the set up for the next few days, cold morning, cool afternoon, tomorrow, though, still have to rebound where we should be in the 60s, wednesday and thursday, 70s return, temperature right near average for the weekend. here is the set up. again today, average high of 66, not even close to that, mid 50's, but look at the trend, uphill, look at the middle of the week wednesday and thursday, those are the days if you like mild temperatures, we have a lot of sunshine around this week, here is the set up right now, just cold flow coming in out of the northwest, chilly air over the open waters of the atlantic, still warm, clouds over the ocean, but for us nothing but sunshine today. high pressure locked in control for tuesday. wednesday, and thursday, that keeps skies in the sunshine, and temperatures on the warm side in the low and mid 70s, all right, today, nothing happening with the clear conditions, tonight, looks good for the not ballgame, just cold, but no rain to deal
with. then tomorrow few afternoon clouds. forecast high today, cooler than average at 54, wind pretty light, southwest, around five to ten, tonight not as cold 41 for the sit low 30's in the suburbs, here is the eagles forecast, kick off at 8:30, clear skies, temperature of 44 degrees, though, so dress warm, extended forecast, we go from the 50's to 60s tomorrow, the sun continues to the end of the week with highs wednesday, thursday, in the low mid 70s. i know meisha you are liking those temperatures? >> i love it. when see 70s oh, i can't wait until thursday. can i never wait until the weekend, good morning, everyone, ham mine day, roadways looking very busy indeed. disable vehicle, near malvern, 202 northbound approaching route 401, you can see, pulled all the way out the right lane blocked, so cars are having to try to swerve around. now pretty busy we push through the 6:00 hour, so that will cause some slow downs there, quick peak at the ben franklin bridge, for those every you coming from jersey into center city looking good there. still traveling at posted speeds, this is where we have
an accident, schuylkill eastbound at conshohocken, you pull all the way off to the shoulder, not causing any slows downs, not block ago rain. just very busy so we get the flashing lights, brake lights starting to off in the area. up mere lan township accident involving septa bus. westmoreland road, westbound lanes are blocked at park avenue. in front of the willow grove mall. so this is right around the willow grove mall. you can avoid this area altogether. you want to but the eastbound lanes are still open. also another accident in cheltenham washington lane at twp. line road. one lane is block for those every in you and around this area. so on all of these areas where we do have the accident, just make note you give yourself couple of extra minutes or avoid the our altogether, it is getting busy. i can hardly focus on traffic because i know we have a puppy in the studio. >> we do. we will be getting more on that puppy and also adopt a shelter dog month coming up in one moment. first terrific story right now. a bride has her wedding canceled and her heart broken, her family decided to give backment tomorrow toll miller
in kcr, shows they through a wedding reception for sacramento homeless. >> tables are set, food hot out the oven, one by one the guests arrive. these aren't the men, women and children the duane family originally planned to host, but they are happy to do it northern the less. >> when found out monday that the wedding would not n taking place, it just seemed like of course this would be something that we would do to give back. >> earlier in the week, the would be groom got cold feet and called off the wedding, rather than cancel the $35,000 outing, the bride's family invited the city's homeless for a once-in-a-lifetime meal at one of sacramento finest hotels. >> very generous, to lose out on something important to yourself then give it to someone he is was really giving. >> many came with their families, giving their kids a rare night out. >> when you are going through a hard time, and a struggle, for to you get out, to do something different, and with your family, you know, real a blessing. >> the food is sim floor what would you find at the hotel's
four star restaurant grange, their salad, couliflower, nookie, salmon, even -- >> there is plenty to go around. 120 people were invited to the wedding before it got canceled. >> this we love this, but nothing compared to this. >> smiles everywhere. the night is still painful for the duane's, their 27 year old daughter chose to stay home. >> i feel a lot of heartache and heart break for her. i am take away something really good from this. ill. >> turning the night that was supposed to be about their family, into one that takes care of other. in sacramento, tomorrow toll miller. >> just beautiful. now, mother and daughter take off for bell ease this week, and willing going on that i moon, have a nice vacation. teenage cancer patient? pennsylvania had a dream date for his homecoming. marcus invited miss new jersey lindsey, to join him two of them arrived at the venue in
manchester pennsylvania in a limo over the weekends, arrived it style. he said he didn't initially have a date, so he went out on a limb and invited miss new jersey. she said she was touched by his story and his bravery. also said some of his pals as you might imagine were a little bit jealous. >> yes, there is some gel as i. most of my friends are excited for me, though. >> everyone should be jealous of me. i have a great date. >> oh, special night for her, as well. has been battling leukemia for about six month, homecoming also a first for her because she missed her own prom four years ago. well done. right now 6:49. time to see what's coming up this morning. nora o'donnell up in new york this morning with a pro view. >> hey, good morning to you, erika. the lead lawmaker of the benghazi committee telling his colleagues to shut up. how hillary clinton's testimony could shake up the presidential race. plus, amazon cracks down on those steak row views. we'll reveal how to spot them,
who is wrote g those false claims. >> and our conversation with oscar nominee, kerry milligan, about her role in new movie about the fight for women, right to vote. important film. the news is back in the morning, see you guys in just about ten minute. >> all right, nor, a you see you then. thank you. october is adopt a shelter dog month. what better way to honor that than open your home to furry friend? "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo went to the delaware county spca to see some of the pets in need. and these face also just guaranteed to melt your heart. take a look here. >> are you familiar? >> duffy is a success story. named after the duffle bag she was found inside at chester park, duffy came to the delaware county spca near death. now, fully recovered, she's off to her forever home this wednesday. and that's the goal for the dozens of dogs here at this no kill shelter. >> we want to adopt out as many as possible it, means more animals we can save. it is 30 minute process. come in here, adopt the same day, which a lot of people are
surprised about. >> october is adopt a shelter dog month. and at any given time, there are nearly 60 dogs and puppies here at the spca media. all looking moore perfect family. and that's why the workers here consider themselves match makers. >> we are very, very good at investigating pets with people and make right match. >> meet this one. >> would do well with kids, with other dogs, really the best option for her would be a family with an open mine. they just lead her along into her new life. >> pipe is her playful, and would do well with an active family. >> piper is very sweet and loving has good amount of energy, loves to run, actually a member of our dog trotter program. >> the delco spca also rescues puppies, don, bulldog; bit of scene feeler. >> when i hole her he is very sweet, calm, casino of doesn't know what's going on. but really loves the attention. >> this month, the spca is
making it easier than ever to take her and her friends home. in honor of its 104 years in existence, you will get $104 off any adoption. and this includes spay and neuter, microchip, and all of the regulatory vaccines. there is also a vet visit that's included and pet health insurance. >> and on the last day of the month, the delaware county spca waiving all of its puppy and dog fees so you can away a with a on october 31 for free. in media, jan carabeo, and don, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> oh, hopefully don has new home soon. the delaware county spca joining us now with very special guest, and you say this is the is sister of one of the dogs in the video. who is this little guy? >> this is april. >> taking little snooze, even onset. how about that? sweet disposition. how did you get april? >> april came to us from local over crowded shelter. >> three month olds. >> ready to go. >> and look at this personality. just crashing right now with
all of these people around her. tell us about some of the things that you need to do if you are looking to adopt a shelter dog, we'll have tell for you at the bottom of the screen. not everyone can do this, right, for good reason? >> right. if you own a home or rent, no big deal. we need proof of ownership or renting saying you can have a pet in the home. so, that's probably the biggest thing. we need all family members to meet the pet. and if you want to add a new dog, we need the dog at home to meet the new dog. >> make sure the dogs can get along. >> right. >> other retirement that i talk about also, so you have to be 18 years oldie believe, right? and also have drivers license? >> right. >> we can also look up your ownership on a data base that we have. not big deal. you don't have to bring a deed or anything, we want it quick easy process but thorough because we really looking for wonderful people for our wonderful pets. >> and forever homes. >> right. >> we talked about a little story some of the fees being waived. let's talk about that. >> yes, we are in existence 104 years this year, so we doctor topping fees $104 off. >> appropriate. >> puppy fees normally are
$300, so it is real a good deal. it is just under $200, comes with spay, neuter, microchip, vaccines, puppy ready to go, healthy i, just like all of our other pets. >> you mention spade g and neutering, required? >> yep, it is great, huge discount. that will could cost between three to $500 alone. >> absolutely. so little april here, how long have you had her at the shelter? >> few days, since friday. >> do you think she will go fast? >> we certainly hope so. >> look. check it out. that little face. oh, okay. well, april, you may have to come with me, i'll bring sophie in. thank you so much. again it is about the shelter month. hope you can take party. we have all of this information on our website as well cws philly.com.
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>> but of call it a, more temperatures are near freezing, justin finch outside of a wawa in pennsauken, where a lot of folks are stopping in for coffee. we can see your breath it is so chill. >> i commuters are definitely layering up this morning, protection of course from the near freezing temperatures out here. and with cold snap, like there is of course, we can see some snow, and we did get a taste of that over the weekend. with viewers, viewers sending us video every light you? fall from their yards n philadelphia overnight we did not see any flakes out there. however, in old city we did see people out there in coats,
jackets, freeze warning in effect until 9:00 a.m. this morning. ever kay? >> justin, thank you so. and we're glad justin did not take your gauntlet throwing on twitter. >> not advocating from freeze. >> oh, we will hold him to it, erika. >> i like the warm up in the seven day. >> yep, still chill think time of year 45,'s today, back to low to mid 70s for the middle of the week. >> we have an accident the schuylkill eastbound at conshohocken, all the way out to the shoulder not causing too many slow downs there, very busy, also disable vehicle near malvern, 202 northbound approaching route 40; see pulled all the way up to the right lane blocking that right lane. so causing some significant slow downs in the area. give yourselves some extra time in the morning. >> cbs this morning is coming up next, reminder join us bright and early every weekday morning, we kick things off 4:30 a.m., looking forward to nicer temperatures. see in you about 25 minute. take care.
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