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walt. >> reporter: eagles and giants battled on the field but their fans battled here at 69th street terminal afterwards. now septa police, looking at the video are hoping that you can help identify those involved. septa camera a along with at least, one phone camera, were recording, as a fan, wearing a new york giants jersey is punched in the brawl with a man, wearing eagles green. >> thinks a perfect example of the kind of behavior we cannot have happen on our sub waste systems. >> reporter: moments earlier septa cameras spotted the fan wearing quarterback eli manning's number ten, exiting an el train surrounded by green jerseys and jackets apparently exchanging word, before punches are thrown as they walk through 69th street terminal, on the way back from monday night's game but septa police say, so far, the identities of those involved in the brawl, including the phone video shooter who could be a valuable witness remain a
mystery. >> we do not know identity of these victim, nor the identity of the person who posted it on facebook. >> i don't see anything even if we identified somebody because it looked like a mutual combatant. >> reporter: mike chitwood whose investigators are assisting septa cautions even if those in the video are identified, assigning blaming could be complicated. >> started off with nothing good happens after midnight. that is the very, very first thing. >> reporter: septa police say even if no one comes forward to make a complaint, the video alone may be enough to file charges. >> it appears to be he was hit several times and those punches are in the facial area which could cause substantial area damage. >> reporter: septa emphasizes it has lots of officers on trains and buses after games. if you get caught you will get charge. they'd like to hear from you if you have any information on this brawl. live at 69th street terminal, walt hunter for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you for that, walt.
now to the big announcement in campaign 2016. >> vice-president joe biden makes up his mind. >> while i will not be a candidate, i will not be silenced. >> both biden says it is just too late to mount a winning campaign for democratic presidential nomination, but, many in his home state of delaware, still wanted to see him run. >> "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon joins us in wilmington with reaction, rahel, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, that is right, vice-president joe by tone day, announcing once and for all he will not run for president of the united states. they say he is not finished. there are still key issues to be discussed. an announcement had long been expected what his decision would be, highly speculatedd but wednesday afternoon at the rose garden, vice-president joe biden made it official. >> unfortunately i believe we're out of time, the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination.
but while i will not be a candidate, i will not be silent. >> reporter: news not to run came as a shock to some in delaware like wilmington city council president theo gregory. >> if i was a betting manny would bet that he was going to run. >> reporter: biden used his announcement to further conversation on issues like public education, affordable child care and more. >> the argument that we just have to do something when bad people do bad things isn't good enough. it is not a good enough reason for american intervention and to put our sons and daughters lives on the line, put them at risk. >> reporter: his a announce. is seen as some as positive news for democratic front runner hillary clinton. different voters said they wanted to hear more from biden. >> the country is lost, the country's loss but we are still well positioned with hillary and senator sanders in the race. >> we have all been cheated a
little bit. at least how he would stack autopsy begins the the rest of his opponents. >> reporter: biden said he wait todd make a decision to give himself and his family time to grief and death of his son beau to brain cancer an issue that affect him deeply personally but one he hopes can still mark his legacy professionally. >> if i can be anything, i would have wanted to be the president that ended cancer, because it is possible. >> reporter: well, reaction has come out from both sides today, with the g.o.p. party in delaware releasing a statement that said the the cat and mouse game over the the last few months indicates that the vice-president understands that today is his final day in the political sun, for all eyes turn to hillary clinton. we are live in wilmington rahel solomon cbs-3 "eyewitness news". democratic front runner hillary clinton tweeted immediately after biden's announcement at vp is a good friend and a great man, today, and always, inspired by his
operation miss many and commitment to change the world for the better. h for hillary. republican front runner donald trump tweeted he says i think joe biden made the correct decision for him and his family. personally i would rather run against hillary because her record is so bad. brendon boyle says biden is not running. you will remember boyle tweeted that the source told him that the vice-president will run. he told us clearly something changed. >> i passed along accurate information, at the time but with that said i will keep my predictions to sports. >> congressman boyle also told us he admires and respects vice-president biden. stay with cbs-3 and cbs philly.com for latest on the presidential race, see who is in, who is out and where candidates stand on the issues. developing right now new information on the death of the three-year old little boy found dead in the woods in camden county. authorities say there is no indication that brendan creato
was sexually assaulted, or that there was forced entry into his home. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is live in camden county with the very latest for us, david? >> reporter: natasha, this case is a mystery, law enforcement source here in camden county called it just plane bizarre. we have a little boy found dead in the wood half mile from where his dad lived and no one really knows what happened at this point. i have to tell you, natasha a, residents that live in haddon township are frustrated and they want to know more and if somebody is going to be charged in this case, so far, nobody has been charged. prosecutor's office released a statement talking about the fact that brendan was not sexually abused and no forced entry in the home. dj creato, brendan's dad was home with the the boy and discovered he was missing just before 6:00 in the morning. i spoke with dj's attorney, richard in philadelphia who insists as odd as it may sound his client really doesn't know what happened to his son. his story is dj woke up and brendan was gone. the since that happened dj
went immediately to meet with law enforcement and answered questions. >> did he meet with them, without my being there to speak with them during the interview. he answered, as far as i know all of their questions and since then they have not had any other questions for him. >> dj creato met with investigating last tuesday and it had has been a week, no suspects in the the case. autopsy last week for brendan came back inconclusive, a tax coming test is, pending right now. if you have any information, police are still looking for tips, give camden county prosecutor's office a call. we are live in camden tonight, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". thank you very much. also, pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is hours away from temporarily losing her law license. she held a meeting with aids today to outline her duties. a spokesmen says that the kane expects to be able to perform about 98 percent of her job. kane name will appear on court
documents but she will not be able to sign some legal papers. state supreme court ordered kane's license suspension last month as she fights criminal charges. the suspension goes into effect at midnight tonight. now on the cbs-3 healthwatch carmel apples are a fall and halloween tradition but health experts say that they could actually make you sick. >> health reporter stephanie stahl reports on the details, and how to protect yourself. >> reporter: they are a popular fall tradition carmel apples, packaged from the grocery store or homemade, but health officials have uncovered a potential danger. >> it was surprising that said that there was fear in carmel apples. >> reporter: listeria apple scare sickened 35 people from 12 states and seven died. >> it is most harmful to what we call immuno compromised population. >> reporter: jennifer quinn len from drexel said scientists figure out how listeria bacteria lived on carmel apples. >> on the skin of the apple, and when they put the carmel
on it actually kills it the a little bit because of the heat. if it doesn't kill it completely, then that interface between the carmel and the apple, seems to be an environment that it can grow in. >> reporter: inside drexel food lab she explained that juice released when apple is punctured from the dipping stick allows bacteria to grow. >> listeria can grow well at room temperature but it can grow refrigerated that is challenge, it grows refrigerated. >> if you see it or smell it you would the not know you are eating listeria. >> reporter: most of the listeria problems have been found with prepackaged carmel apples and not the kind you make yourself. delicious, homemade. it was good. now doctors say the best way to to prevent food poisoning from listeria is to make sure to thoroughly wash produce like apples before you eat them or make carmel apples. >> i would have brought you back one. >> just as i was saying that, you were just saying i love carmel apples and there that is shot of stephanie, nice. that goodies news, thanks for
the heads up, appreciate it. local children in need will be warmer this winter thank to the knit in in philadelphia church groups and knitting clubs came together to make hats, gloves, mittens for philadelphia's children homeless shelter. it is organize by council woman brown and other k nit enthusiast. >> we all come together, we crow shay, k nit and so items and bring them here to her. to be able to distribute them throughout philadelphia area for people that are in need. >> nicely done, everyone. thinks the event's 16th year. brotherly love and sisterly affection right there. >> i used to crow shay. >> did you really. >> k nit too. >> i was real slow though. it would take a little while. >> we can try. >> there is a lot more still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> tracie morgan making a bit of the come back. he is returning to our area an area which could have some very bad memories.
>> torey? i just think the the flux capacitier, we are going back to the future, stay tune, kate. thanks, torey, beautiful day, it feels like we took a trip back to summertime with temperatures in the mid 70's and we have more warm weather but behind this front a weekend cool down. we will have have more on that coming up. eagles safety mal conn jenkins mentioned his grand mom and cam knew you ton in the same sentence, what the birds are assaying about carolina qb in sports.
tracie morgan is coming back to delaware. >> comedian performed at dover counts hoe to tell casino the night he was in the accident that killed his friend and left him in critical condition. morgan returned to stand up, earlier this month, he tweeted this photo from new york's comedy cellar and he also hosted saturday night live just this past weekend. in march morgan will perform at the playhouse on rodney square in wilmington.
where we're going, we don't need roads. >> it is october 21st, 2015, also known as, back to the future day. the day marty mcfly travels to, save his children in the movie, back to the future, two. it is a day movie bufs have been waiting for. >> well, it is finally here, bryn mawr film institute is holding a special training tonight, vittoria woodill is there and she's closer to the delorean. >> yes, she was. >> hi torey. >> i traveled, i traveled into the future and then back and i brought back the mini dock and mini marty mcfly from the movie. thinks actually how they looked as kid. welcome, you guys. how does it feel to be here october 21st, 2015. >> good. >> great. >> you too. >> yeah. >> marty, dock lou amazing. if you are not familiar with back to the future, so movie back to the future two, they used dock's delorean to travel back to the future to save marty mcfly's kids and i bet his kids were about the same
size. over there as little marty but delorean has been the biggest talk of the town right now here live in bryn mawr and delorean's a owner bob, bob what does it mean to own this piece of history, not only movie history but you car history really. >> it is pretty iconic. i have had the car for 15 years now but as time goes on it gets more and more special. you don't see them around anymore. >> reporter: were you saying make of this car specifically that it is steel makes it so unique. >> this carries stainless steel, brainchild of john delorean and this car will never rust, there is no paint, it is grade three or four stainless steel same as your kitchen sink. >> perfect to travel for the future. >> perfect for timetable or streets of the philadelphia. >> you're right. >> hates a flux capacitier, so where is that, bob. >> the flux capacitier is right there just like here in the move i. >> look at that. >> you guys, back at the desk,
i will be honest, i don't know where i will go next, dock, marty, let's go, all right, we're about to time travel, see you guys, see you later. come on, dock and marty. >> send us a post card where ever you end up. >> safe travels. >> complete with the flux compass totier and everything. >> waiting for it to fly. >> whoever board, yes. >> yes, beautiful night out there. we went back, to september. >> it is warm. >> beautiful day out there. we have another one just like this on the way. not to say last time in the 70's all year because there is a chance we will get back there but three straight days in the 70's, that is less and less likely a as we head toward end of october and into november. so i hope you're enjoying this stretch. in honor of back to the future day we will the the forecast of the future. it is forecast of the past. you could argue you that the average high is 65.4 degrees,
it could be our future temperature next year. high last year was 78 degrees. in the present we are sitting pretty. the high 76, on october 21st, of 2015. i don't know if they predicted that in the movie or in the but we are loving weather today. a at palmyra cove nature park it is gorgeous, take a look at that sunset shot. we have which ispy cloud, we have pink, yellow, blue, just a great night to step outside and take a peak at that sunset because as we have been saying all week we have another ten days or so with sunset times in the 6:00 o'clock hour. we will see it driving home from work, but eventually it will get dark before we even leave work and that starts november 1st with the end of daylight savings time. heading in the weekend this is our change maker. is there storm bringing snow, see purple up in northern and eastern canada. front extend back into the northern plains and that is front that will come through for us late tomorrow night and it will knock down these unseasonably warm temperatures, back to some unseasonably cool temperatures
for a day or so. right now 07 in philadelphia. 66 degrees in wilmington. here that is front, watching it swing in through the the next couple of days. the it comes through generally dry tomorrow afternoon with just a few you more cloud at most a stray sprinkle but feel wind pick up and cold canadian high that takes over starting on friday. so temperature wise, 76 tomorrow by 3:00 p.m. that feels great. watch this cooler air and green colors sink in. in the 40's friday morning and in the afternoon not much better than 50's and lower 60's with high in the lower 60's after a few days in the 70's. overnight tonight mainly clear, cool, 53 degrees. tomorrow nice warm day we will see sun, breeze will pick up late afternoon and in the evening a as that front approaches and that is 76 degrees on notice. hour by hour for thursday not looking too bad. fifty-seven at 8:00 a.m. sixty-six by 10:00. mid 70's through late a afternoon hours and turning breezy and cooler overnight thursday night as we drop to the 40's, friday, full sunshine but breezy, and
chilly, definitely to dig that jacket back out. i want you to do it for past few days. that will be warming up for you. a said day 63. we have a chance for shower sunday morning and we're cool and dry early next week as well. >> really looks good. >> thanks, kate. >> we will be right 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.
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trying to prove he is deserving of that big contract. getting pressure on him is key. just ask mal conn jenkins. >> you can throw my grandmother out there if she got six seconds she might catch it. it is really hard to cover somebody for that long. if you can extend the play that is where big plays happen. regardless of hoist at the quarterback. >> you will get your runs to him, which is unique. eight to ten runs from him that you have to prepare for. but probably more impressive, he has settled in passing game. he is not making mistakes. he is taking what you give him. >> shout out to grand mom. normally we don't encourage kicking someone when they are down. flyers visiting boston where bruins have opened up with three straight losses at home for the the first time since 1965. can fly guys make hit straight? we hope so. find out tonight at 11:00. after 15 years, camden river sharks have seized operation, the independent baseball team that has played
at campbell's field says it was unable to reach an agreement on a lease at the ballpark no word whether the team will move to another state. breaking news, hallmark channel, kitten bowl three. hundred kittens competing the game that will air super bowl sunday. that is february 7th. cbs is home for super bowl 50. they are all rescues. we will find loving home, before the game. so it is all about the cat nip. >> yes. >> look at that. >> i don't know what they are running. >> they don't seem to be very organized. >> that is already. >> they are all over. >> they cannot find the even zone, it might be an issue. >> but they're adorable, right. >> they are. >> we almost had a collision there at 209. >> they have to play nice. >> so cute. >> looking forward to that. >> that is fun. >> we will be right back. giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy... kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever.
well, a circus in a local school. >> and the students there were in for a quite a treat, the the universal circus went to the universal blueford charter elementary school and put them on a free mini circus there were games, performance, and dancing going on. students learn about the history of the circus and importance of staying healthy and fit. the universal circus will be in philadelphia, starting tomorrow, through november the the 15th. always a fun time. >> fun circus. >> yeah. >> great circus he this do dance. >> big show. >> we don't want to you dance. >> i'm saving the other hip. >> no, you don't. >> thanks so much for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00 "eyewitness news" returns at 0:00 on the cw philly and back at 11:00 on the cw filly up next, the "cbs evening
news". thanks for watching. take care >> pelley: joe biden shakes up the race. >> unfortunately, i believe we're out of time. >> pelley: also tonight, remnant of america's nuclear past, the health effects from radioactive contamination at dozens of sites. baby boomers are forced to put off retirement. >> right now, all i'm looking at is working and making money. >> pelley: and a big change on "sesame street." a very special new kid moves in to the neighborhood. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: today, joseph r. biden jr. stepped into the rose garden, laid out a platform, and then gracefully stepped off, bringing to an end his