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all colors, explode ago cross our region, this is view from wissohickon creek and it is another crisp, and sunny day, but some colder air is on the way just in time for your weekend, good afternoon, i'm so glad you are with us. i'm nicole brewer. erika i can off. you have to go dress warmly if you go leaf peeking. meteorologist kyla grogan is live on the cbs-3 outside on the die deck, how very it going kyla. >> with all this sunshine you cannot keep me outside today,
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it is beautiful but cooler. we're talking about temperatures in the lower 60's. lets look at that foliage map because we are talking about beautiful leaf peeking there is to to do. you can see mount pocono is in the peak category now. philadelphia is still in the moderate category but, that is going to be changing too as it creeps slowly towards us and really anywhere from philadelphia and mount pocono just looking good. head outside if you want to to it, great to do it today. lots of sunshine today, highs in the lower 60's and tonight we're going to feel a chill in the eras we hit a low of 41 degrees. so prepare yourself for that. currently sitting at 62 degrees right now, don't expect it to get warmer then this today. we have a breeze outside in the north at 10 miles per hour, and just say it feels nice out here. still in the 40's in mount pocono. sixty-one down in atlantic city. we are starting to warm up. a big difference between yesterday when we were talking about 70's. there are current wind in atlantic city about 14 miles
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an hour, dover about 16 miles an hour. we have a breeze here but not too gusty but pleasant. we are expecting high in the low 60's in philadelphia heading down the shore cooler in the poconos just in the 50's for you. we do solve rain coming our way this weekend, i will talk about that when i come back with your full forecast and we will also talk about the monster us storm patricia in the pacific. i'll update you you on that as well. >> kyla, thank you. temple owls are beaming with proud after last night's historic win over east carolina owls came from behind and seven and zero for first time in 121 seasons. fans are pumped and looking ahead to the next game begins notre dame a actually. "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff was on temple's campus for all of the excitement. >> reporter: one can only hold their breathe for so long until their must be release. that came after a weak first half followed by two wrapped fire fourth quarter touchdowns. the owls, staggered a away
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with a 24-14 victory over east carolina. >> that is best thing that has happened to me, in these four years. >> reporter: as those student slept off that victory, those players, behind this epic season were riding back to campus undefeated. that wave, that sense of achievement last night has been gaining momentum since that early season win against penn state. when the team reached six-zero, that was first time since 1979. seven and zero has never been done. >> yes, temple take charge. i like it. >> reporter: however they wore it, student were quick to flash their gear. >> everyone is excited, they are happy, i think it is a good time for temple football. >> incredible right now. campus is excited. everybody israel up. we are getting ready for notre dame. it will be a great time. >> reporter: call it a a band wagon if you will but temple a's team is becoming pride of the philadelphia as a whole. the owls will take on fighting irish on the national college game day stage a week from tomorrow. reporting from temple university, alexandria hoff,
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cbs-3 "eyewitness news". stay with "eyewitness news" as we lead up to temple's big showdown against notre dame next a saturday. all right. switching gears a weapons controversy is brewing at villanova university. a plan to arm members of the public safety department has students up in arms. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson is live where students are holding a protest a about that decision, steve. >> reporter: nicole, that protest is happening as we speak. students along with some staff, and faculty are marching through campus. so first thing we will do is get your eyes on and show you video from early this morning. those students gathering, the students, their basic argument is this, the policy is fighting fire with what they call fire, only fanning the flames, of fear on college campuses, that guns would only increase tensions on campus, not to mention instances of racial profiling, and undone force. university counters by saying they have been transparent with this holding public
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forums, conducting surveys, even contracting independent study, all based on data a, that said that this is the best course of action for the safety of their students. regardless, next fall about 20 r public safety force will be armed. we got reaction from those students. >> i think an institution in meant to be nurturing, loving, and a safe place for everybody to learn, and come together, a community, and i think that this policy ultimately threatens our community's safety. >> it is a response to the fear and i don't think guns are a solution to guns. i just don't think that this lines with the catholic values of this university and the mission of this university and i am not sure that all students would feel safer with the the presence of an armed police force. >> reporter: you heard reaction there, also as we have been speaking just came down, another statement from the university, basically
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saying the same thing. they have been opened, honest. they have had a dialogue with students and conduct a number of surveys. the feedback that they have gotten over years of collecting all of this data is that this is the best for the safety of campus. reporting live from the campus of villanova university i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". steve, thank you. now latest developments in the deadly shooting on the campus of tennessee state university. police say a gunman shot and killed a 19 year-old during a argument over a dice game. this happened before 11:00 last night in the courtyard in nashville. three students passing by were also hurt, their injuries are not life threatening. so far there are no arrests. developing right now, two new women are expect to go public today with sexual assault allegations against comedian bill cosby. the women will hold a press conference this afternoon in new york with their attorney gloria alred. would the men will share what they say happened to them after they met bill cosby. a alred represent several
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other women who accused cosby of sexually assaulting them. watch the news conference live on cbs starting at 2:00 o'clock. a three-year old boy found dead in the wood in haddon township last week is laid to red. loved ones gathered to say good bye at brendan creato at a funeral had mass in westmont, new jersey. authorities are still investigating the boy's mysterious death. detectives found no signs of forced entry in the haddon township home where brennan lived with his father. they also didn't find any signs of sexuality assault. philadelphia police need help in finding a missing 15 year-old girl. siani torres is three weeks pregnant and last seen at 1500 block of fairmount avenue last night around 7:30. she's 5 feet one with freckles, two tone, red and blonde hair. she was wearing a gray sweater, blue shirt and white stripes and blue jeans. well, parents of the toddler found wondering alone in love park will get keys to their new home today. angelic rowland and michael
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jones were philadelphia area family court as they tried to regain custody of their two children. chosen 300 ministries raised thousands of dollars to move a family in the house and pay their rent for one year. local student raised money for appliances. and now to campaign 2016, hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail after her 11 hour grilling yesterday, on capitol hill. she attended women's leader ship for number washington this morning with president obama a craig boswell has details now from washing ton. >> wow. >> reporter: hillary clinton didn't show any signs of fatigue friday morning as she addressed the democratic parties women's leadership forum. >> as some of you may know i had a pretty long day yesterday. >> reporter: clinton spent 11 hours thursday being grilled by members of the house select committee investigating the 2012 death of four americans and u.s. compound in benghazi. >> i wanted to rise above partisan ship and reach for
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statesmanship and that is what i have tried to do. >> reporter: if republicans were hoping to score a knock out they missed their mark. >> there were times when you turned on and thought what does this have to do with the central question and that was challenge for committee of republicans have had said that has a partisan leaning. >> reporter: clinton's performance shourd up support of the female democratic voters a at leadership forum. >> i really respect her but it is highly different level. i think she's just it. >> reporter: clinton's performance helped push out one of her challengers. >> after much thought i decided to end my campaign for president today. >> reporter: former rhode island governor lincoln chefee is not ready to endorse anyone. >> i will just wish everybody well and watch the issues and rooting for the democrats. >> reporter: senator bernie sanders and governor martin o'malley are the only remaining democratic challengers. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". 12:09. strongest hurricane in history is heading toward in mexico.
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we will have details coming up. plus a wall of water huge water main break floods an entire neighborhood in new york. on the edge, a truck crashes on the chesapeake bay bridge as part of it is dangling over the side there. we will have more of that video when we come right back, stay with us.
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now to the latest on the deadly crash in france, at least 43 people are dead after a tour bus collided with a truck. bus caught fire after the wreck in france's wine region. now some people managed to escape by breaking windows. that bus was transporting
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retirees on a day trip. this is the deadliest crash by the way in france in more than 30 years. the front of the school busies crashed after colliding with a tractor trailer in north jersey. this happened on route 35 in middletown monmouth county this morning. authorities say that there were no children on the bus but the driver was pinned inside for quite sometime. that person was air lifted to the hospital for treatment, after being freed, from that wreck. a box truck dangled dangerously close to going over the edge of the chesapeake bay bridge this morning. this is really scary. crash involving the overturn truck and another reek will shut down traffic for hours. now fortunately there were no reported injuries, crews since removed that truck from the off the barrier and also reopened the bridge to traffic. well, potentially catastrophic hurricane is about to descend on mexico. hurricane path tricia is the longest hurricane ever measured. residents there are bracing for the worst, boarding up buildings trying to save whatever they can at this point. officials say category five storm is powerful enough to
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lift up automobiles and even destroy homes. it is expected to make land fall near puertovillearta mexico and move north toward texas an area that has already gotten plenty of rain. well, a large water main break flood city streets and prompted evacuationness queens, new york. take a look at this, geyser sent rushing water in ground floors of nearby homes, businesses and down in the subway. authorities say workers caused the break at a construction site. holiday shopping season is just around the corn are and more stores then ever will be opened on thanksgiving day. but some employees of the deptford mall are trying to change that trend. they have started an on line petition, titled do not open up deptford mall on thanksgiving day. mall is scheduled to open up at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving n an open letter the employees are asking management to consider families of those who have to work in the mall stores. so far more than 1,000 people have signed that petition. children's hospital of philadelphia a, dedicates a unique new mural, titled a
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jungle for you and me. 38-foot by 8-foot creation was painted by dozens of patients over multiple sessions. several clear frails were also left so new patients will be able to contribute to the mural in the future. 12:15 right now. a police officer goes on a bizarre bear hunt, you hear the distress call from the mother of the little boy who lost his teddy bear of all things. coming up next how this beloved bear was rescued, kyla. oh, my i want to see that one. i will give you an update on weekend weather, what you can expect, we have rain coming our way plus we will talk about this category five hurricane, latest from the national hurricane center advisory, stay with us,
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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. my dad was a coal miner. my mom- a factory seamstress.
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i want a judge with integrity. me too. and that's why i'm running. i'm christine donohue. it's time to bring integrity back to the supreme court. a sheriff's deputy in indiana goes on a bear hunt only to find a teddy bear. rice county deputy matthew white said he received an on distress call from the mother of a five-year old boy in minnesota who lost his teddy bear during a family road trip. boy's mother believed the bear
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fell out of the car when help stop on the side of the highway. >> the bear was really important to him. it was mother's bear, she passed it down to her son. >> he went out and put forth time and effort and as a result we have a happy mother and son in minnesota a. >> it gets a little extra time on their hand to find a teddy bear. the bear was right where the family believed it was and it is now, in the mail on its way. >> it looks so forlorn laying in the road like. that i expected it to get up like that movie, ted. >> naughty teddy bear. >> story would be different one. >> yes. >> i know. >> let's talk about this weather here, it is chilly there. >> and i have to say it is beautiful right now. we have blue skies, it is gorgeous, and yes, as we head toward weekend we will keep that sunshine on saturday but we have some rain to worry about. we will not get out of the 60's anytime soon. i want to start off with the big weather story of the day which is hurricane patricia to give you the latest
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precipitation. check this in monster category five storm out, 200 miles an hour, gusts up to 245. its track has it going in to mexico this evening and not too far from the resort town of puertovillearta. this could be a disaster and everyone is on edge for good reason. not only mexico will bear the brunt of this but it combined with the low pressure system bringing texas to text a as a place that has quite a bit. we will not see any major i am pack from this but take a look at the map. this is why texas is concern. they are already getting rain, today. so, yeah, not a good set up a at all. well here we are right new with our beautiful blue skies looking at storm scan three. just gorgeous, no matter which direction you look in. lets look at our live neighborhood network to kutztown where we are seeing 55 degrees and blue skies, beautiful. that soccer field beckoning for somebody to come out and kick the ball. nice day to play today too. sunny today but cooler temperatures, certainly in the 60's and not 70's.
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saturday we are looking out for dry conditions but sunday starts a little bit soggy as we have overnight showers coming our way. now i mentioned cooling off. last few days we were in the 70's with our average high is 65, and not the story to day or as we head through weekend. we will be a little bit below average for next couple of days. currently at 62 degrees in philadelphia they are cooler for mount pocono at 47, atlantic city coming in at 61 today. let's zoom in, you can see a few of us, cape may getting warmer then lower 60's. sixty-three. we're working on mid 60's there weekend, saturday, we will start off dry and we will have sunshine. work our way up to 61. cool day, overnight, where we will get showers coming in saturday into sunday. they are lingering sunday morning, but mostly sunny will be a mostly cloudy day for us but track through on future weather, just to show you here we are, stunning, gorgeous, pick your adjective. it is lovely. as we get into saturday 1:00 p.m. we will see cloud
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moving in. here comes that stormy wet's head of the front. overnight 3:00 a.m. sunday. good news it pushes out by the time you are awake unless you are a poor souls like nicole and hoy get up real early in the morning on sunday to do the news for you but for most people it won't impact your plans too much. today 26 degrees. lots of sunshine. the little bit cooler then we have been used to and wind out of the north at 10 miles per hour. tonight, just as you think you will start to feel it, 41 for the low. chilly out there we will have clear skies with us, taking a look at your seven day forecast we will see clouds moving in later a saturday, and sunday, we will have a little bit of the shower to start the day with and sunshine on monday but notice, no 70's. >> i did note that is. >> i think we have turn the corner, folks, it is fall. >> but 60's. >> sixty's are nice. >> they are fine. >> we will take 60's. better than 20's and 30's. >> yes, yes. >> exactly. >> appreciate it. time to check your philadelphia a jobs market report, cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger looks
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at health care jobs you may not know about. >> reporter: country ace a wash in pink as we mark breast cancer awareness month but if you want to make a difference all year long there are a couple profession toss look into that you may not have thought of. cyto technology are disease detective, they look for abnormalities and cells, helping pathologist diagnosis cancer a and other diseases. cyto technology do not need to attend medical school but they need to require bachelor degrees. wages closely track the broader group of laboratory technology careers. in the philadelphia area these workers can expect to earn $64,000 a year. another health care job you may not have considered, bio statistician. anytime you read about a health-related finding like an effective cancer treatment or link between the behavior and disease, those numbers are crunched by a bio statistician. you may land an entry level job in the field with an under graduate degree but you'll need more advanced education.
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average salary is $75,550 a year. i'm jill schlesinger for
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coming up later on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 it is an embarrassing problem for some men and women sitting here, medical reporter
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stephanie stahl has encouraging news, and already a approved drug that seems to help regrow hair. she will have exciting details at the 5:00. and check this out, don't look down, okay. this is what it looks like to repel down one logan square building, sixers mascot made the attempt this morning of all people and this afternoon mayor michael nutter will repel the building as part of the annual fundraiser, philadelphia at work bound program for school programs. look at him, wow. >> hey, look who else took the plunge. >> i know that laidy that is vittoria woodill repelling down that building. see her hair raising experience tonight at the 11:00. >> she's amazing. >> little crazy but go torey. that is "eyewitness news" at noon i'm nicole brewer for kyla and all of us here thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00 and we are always on line at cbs >> young and the restless is up next, we will see you, tomorrow morning.
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>> bailiff: the jury's reached a verdict. >> adam: how long? >> bailiff: about five minutes. >> billy: so, i guess this is it. >> adam: there's something i got to say to you. >> billy: i don't want to hear it. >> adam: just... just give me a moment of your time, please. >> billy: i need to go let victoria know. >> adam: i'm not gonna get another chance to say this to you. when you were on the stand, testifying... [ sighs ] when you said you forgave me, i didn't expect -- >> billy: i did what i needed to do. it wasn't for you and it wasn't a favor, and i don't want your gratitude. it was for me and my daughter.


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