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just about 6:00. we send it to ever justin for more on the forecast, i know it is cold outside, but that's about the extent of it. >> a lot of people are saying hey does it feel like the holidays. >> this week it will. even next week, highs only in the 40's. >> careful what you wish for, right? >> right t won't last, though. not locked into cold weather pattern any time soon. actually warms up for thanksgiving, we'll get to that coming up a little later in the show. this morning, big change compared to yesterday at this time. we take you outside, though. nice and quiet, live look from the roof camera, center city looking south. there are some mid to high level clouds outside. but they'll break up. so we will see the sunshine out this morning, sunrise coming up at 6:52 in less than an hour, and again, temperatures, big difference than yesterday. anywhere from 11 to 22 degrees colder. so jacket, coat wet they are morning for sure. seeing many locations out below freezing, in the outer suburbs, 29 in allentown, 30 in reading, 42 at the airport officially in philadelphia, so, most likely, waking up to some 30's in some of the
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coldest suburbs, may drop another degree or two right before sunrise, winds, calm, to about 5 miles per hour or so. so there are areas of frost this morning, and you'll be scraping it off your car. big storm system across the midwest, steady snow flying over chicago. that will storm is really going to miss us, as far as this moisture, just bring some clouds, what you are seeing right now, more clouds tonight. that's about it. it will drag cold front through here. just locks in the colder air for the rest of the weekends of the today slowly warming up to 50 by noontime, sunshine, clouds, make it up to about 53 for the high temperature for philadelphia, mid 50's, little more sun in south jersey at the shore, and chilly day in the mountains, 45 degrees, and partly sunny skies. we talk about the colder after for sunday coming up in just a few minutes, nicole, back to you. >> justin, thanks. new this morning, crews are battling two alarm fire in pennsgrove, new jersey. crews responded just after 10:00 last night to report of heater or furnace fire on wes pittman street. crews quickly place that fire under control, then, just before 1:00 this morning, that fire sparked back up, and fully engulfed that home.
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fortunately, there are no injuries. but the house is completely destroyed. two families have been displaced and crews are still working to put out that fire. now, to the latest, on the deadly hotel siege in mali, africa. we now know the american among the dead has ties to new jersey, yesterday's siege comes just one week after the deadly terror attacks in paris. "eyewitness news" reporter diana rocco has the details. >> mali police joined by the french and one off duty special forces open force 100 hostages from the radisson blue hotel in the capitol of mali. gunmen armed with grenades moved in just before 7:00 a.m., driving a toyota suv with diplomatic plates. started shooting in an attack that left at least 20 dead including american anita detar. forty-one year old from the baltimore area who grew up in new jersey. she works for a non-profit group helping under served communities. >> we are devestated by the loss of our wonderful daughter. >> one witness says the men
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were shoot -- shouting: god is great. they spoke french and english the at 1.170 people including 14 americans, were held hostage. >> it is very so sad, actually, sad, because mal is he a peaceful count. >> i in southwest philadelphia, the owner of nile african restaurant has been keeping a close eye on his home. he says the former french colony has been battling islamic extremists for years. >> this is one of the best hotel in mali. and security so tight. and i can't believe they can't keep this place, because a lot of checkpoints before you even get inside a hotel. >> they all need to come together to fight this. >> the french defense minister believes north african al quaida operative is responsible for the attack. he is responsible for kidnapping dozens every westerners, in a attack in algeria that killed 39, including three americans. us war planes tried to kill him in libya, but the pentagon could not confirm he was dead.
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>> the us defense department has confirmed that employees in the city are all safe. there were five at the hotel at the time of the attack. in satellite center, diana rocco, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and, president obama has since condemned the attacks in mali. the president spoke during business summit in kulae almost poor, malaysia, condemning attacks, vowing to fight terrorism. like the hain isay tax we saw in paris, attacks we see all too often elsewhere, this is another awful reminder that the scurge of terrorism threatens so many of our nations. and once again there is bar bar at this only stiffens our resolve to meet this challenge. >> meanwhile, the healing has gun in paris, after the deadly attacks that killed 130 people. parisians remembered the victims with candles and flowers at memorials to mark the one week anniversary last night. at 9:20, the moment of the first attack, music and
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dancing filled the streets. authorities are still searching for a ninth suspected terrorist who got away after those attacks. belgium has raised its terror alert to the highest level, warning of imminent threats. belgium has charged at least three suspect in connection with the attacks. well, race weekends for the philadelphia marathon is here, today and tomorrow, run letters hit the pavement with tens of thousands of people expected to attend. and of course with the recent terror attacks in paris and in mali, officials are beefing up security, alexandria hoff live along the ben franklin parkway with more on the race and also increased security measures, good morning, alex. good morning, nicole. well, this is a flat and fast course relatively speaking, so this is a favorite for elite runners, worlds wide, the main marathon will take place tomorrow, but today kicks off with the rothman 8k and the hands cycle race. >> pushing forward, is what runners do. >> they're always thinking positive. because you have to. >> as recent act of terror
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seek to shatter the global spirit, the kick-off to the philadelphia marathon kept in gear. >> between now and sunday, 25,000 runners are going to have to register here at the convention center. they're going get one every these bags with all kinds of supplies, also clear with increased security. >> if you choose to car a bag of your own, for personal items, those bags must be searched by security. >> checkpoints will be established on the ben franklin parkway, between 18th and 25th streets. the philadelphia marathon app was unveiled. also, unveiled, the rigorous training behind mayor michael nutter's spirited race day high five. >> you will see displays of high five's which you have never seen before. >> but the most important high five was handed out early. >> get to get the award, high five award from the mayor himself, kick off marathon weekends is incredible. >> two summers ago, while training for a triathelon, glenn was hit by a car, and paralyzed from the chest down. he is returning to the philadelphia marathon this year, not on his legs, but on
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his hand cycle. >> i'm able to just block things out, and when i'm in the chair, when i'm in the hands cycle training and racing, i don't have a care in the world. it is just an amazing, amazing thing. >> for these athletes, race day is when the hardships of the worlds seem to fade. >> celebrate life, let's do that, and let's think that way. that's how runners think. >> and to push forward, what they do. so much respect for the run that's will turn out here today. many of them telling me they've trained for months, if not years, to set a personal record here in philadelphia, exactly the opposite whatever i did several years ago, i tried to do half marathon, really the only thing that got me through that was blast being in my ear. those who have done the work, put that in, in for great day here in philadelphia. that tag line once again, run fast, run far, run philly. reporting live from the parkway, alexandria hoff, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> don't feel bad, alex ex half marathon, more than i can do. >> yes, it took longer, i think, at any it will take
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these people to run that marathon tomorrow, i can tell that you. >> all right, thanks, alex, we appreciate it. well, new jersey governor chris christie delayed for hours in san francisco's airport after an incident aboard his plane. christie was on united airlines flight from san francisco to boston yesterday morning, while still on the ground, passengers say the pilot turned the plane around, went back to the gate to remove a passenger from the flight for some suspicious behavior. now, picture posted on twitter shows the governor, there waiting in the airport, christie spoke about the incident after arriving in boston last night. >> well, the most important thing was, it was a full flight, and everybody safe, everybody landed here, got home, and, you know, during the current atmosphere, you know, you can never be too careful. >> that's for sure. the flight was delayed for about four hours, christie fors today canals he will campaign event in new sham shire because that far delay. coming up next on "eyewitness news", chemicals in your personal care products could be dangerous. how congress is trying to find a way to fix it. >> and, a road ripped apart.
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what caused this highway to buckle. and the pavement to lift up some 20 feet in the air. we'll be right back.
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>> on the health watch, chemicals in beauty products, experts say, there is very little oversight into what goes into those products. and, of course, putting them on our skin, our hair, and it could be changing.
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the information there, health reporter stephanie stahl explains. >> it a standard beauty routine, hair, nails, and of course, make up. but there is growing concern that some of the products we use to look good, actually, could be causing harm. >> it is because of the addition of more chemicals. >> senator diane fine stein lead ago bipartisan effort, to give the fda more power to ensure skin and beauty products are safe. >> well, i this i we really need to look very closely at some of these ingredients. because we know that at higher concentration can be toxic. >> many products are made with chemicals, like formaldehyde, used in products from nail polish to some chemical hair straightens, and known to cause cancer. a commonly used cosmetic preservative, and lead acetate, used in hair dye. under the proposed law the fda would test whether those chemicals are being used as safe levels, if not, they can force a recall. >> i think our laws should
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provide for adequate testing of chemicals before they go into widely used products. >> the bill expected to pass, politicians are supporting it, and so is the industry. and already the european union bans more than a thousand chemicals from personal care products, of those, the us, only bans 11. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". it is 6:13 right now. landslide destroys road in southern california. take a lock at this video here. road in santa collar eat a started to buckle on thursday, by friday afternoon, just complete mess. locals say they've never seen anything like this. officials say loose earth actually slid under the asphalt, pushing one portion of it, 15 feet higher than normal. now, right now, they don't know what caused the landslide. >> and check this out. not what i want to see around here, that's for sure. the first big snowstorm of the season, blaze ago path, through the northern planes, and upper midwest this weekend. this is what it looked like in
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souix falls, south dakota on friday. parts of the state got up to 18 inches of snow. creating hazardous conditions, as you can imagine, on the roads there. the midwest can expect more snow today, so it is not letting up. i don't know, i don't want to see anything like that here, but i'm in the minority. maybe some people would. i don't know, justin? >> right. some people do like the cold. get egg that colder air today. obviously no snow. still snowing in chicago right now, so if you want to take quick trip out to the midwest, maybe additional 6 inches. out in the west, mountains, good news from the areas. for us again dry weekends, little breezy specially tomorrow, and big story now is the cooler temperatures this morning, waking up with our weather watchers, some 20's, ranking up to the low 40's, really depends where you are. check it out, up in gilbertsville, eileen murray 26 agrees this hour, temperatures really dropping. we have got the frost going. allentown, julia 31 degrees, miler northampton county, bath, charles 37 degrees, connor in chesterfield, also upper 30s.
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cherry hill at lynn's house, 39 degrees. clementon, new jersey, lawrenceville, both low 40's this morning. we struggle to get near average this afternoon. so, let's take you outside. down south to the rehoboth beach region,, boardwalk plaza, getting ready to decent looking sunrise, further south, little less cloudiness we're dealing w breezy along the coast, check it, north northeast wind 18 miles per hour, 47 degrees, this morning. but still about not a bad morning for the morning jog on the board wal in rehoboth beach. average high this time of year, mid 50's, not even yost to that, go back to thursday, yesterday, pretty much on target, just feeling colder because we're not used to it, today similar conditions, then talking upper 40's, sunday, the core of the coldest air coming in monday, looks like some of the cold isay of the season we've seen, will arrive in time for the start of the work week. there is the storm over the midwest, bringing the steady heavier snows out toward chicago right now. this front will come through
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tonight, brink bring some colder air, most of the moisture staying well to the north and west, actual center of the storm rides up across the great lakes. we may get stray sprinkle coming in the poconos later on tonight. >> still under high pressure right now. so we see dry conditions today. sunshine and clouds. little bit on the cool side. lower 50's, there is the storm system rolling on through, dragging the front, locks in colder air for sunday, monday, still dry sunday, sunshine and clouds, little breezy at times. and the core of the coldest air really set unless on monday. temperatures only in the low and mid 40's for the afternoon highs. that's good 10 degrees below average. today, winds, eventually switching off the ocean out of the east, 10-mile per hour, or less. the cold front comes through overnight, so that starts to kick up the wind tomorrow. so breezy day, sunday afternoon, winds up around 15 miles per hour, maybe some higher gust toss near 30, that northeast winds starts to bring in the colder air. not much happening today. look for more sunshine through the afternoon, but clouds, quickly move back in tonight as that front approaches, but again, not a loft moisture.
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maybe get spotty shower, to the north and west, lehigh valley, poconos, then for your sunday, starting off some clouds, should see increasing sunshine throughout the day. here are the temperatures today. upper four's, to low 50's, maybe some mid 50's, some of the warmest spots. then tonight, those temperatures kind of hang out in the 40's, because of the clouds. holding in some of the heat. noticeably cooler sunday. check it out. even no matter where you are from the shore all the way up to the mountains, chilly day. temperatures generally in the upper 40's. forecast high today near average at 53. sunshine, clouds, this afternoon, northeast breeze, coming in about 10 miles per hour. mostly cloudy tonight. cool 44 degrees. could be worse this time of year. and then that eagles game tomorrow, 1:00 kick off, tampa bay coming to town, 48 degrees, it will be windy, northwest wind at ten to 20 miles per hour. but classic football weather, on this mid november day on sunday. fifty-three today. we go to 50 sunday. mid 40's, on monday under partly sunny skies, then we bring back full sun for the second half of next week. look at that, each day gets
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little warmer, thanksgiving sunshine at 58. and "black friday", look at that, making a run at 60 degrees. >> that's good shopping weather, justin. >> yes, it is. >> i approve of that. >> thanks, well, since it is marathon weekends, there are some closures you need to know about if you are driving in and around the city. here is meisha johnson from the cbs-3 traffic center. meisha? >> hey, everyone, here's what you need to know as you navigate around the city this weekends, first as you know we have the philadelphia marathon taking place, and because of this, we have some closures to talk about. first, the ben franklin parkway is closed. the inner drive is closed until 6:00 p.m. sunday. and the outer drive is closed until 2:00 p.m. today and then again 3:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. also, there are some ramp closures tomorrow as well. interstate 95 southbound ramp to columbus boulevard, the vine westbound ramp to the ben franklin parkway and the vine eastbound ramp to 23rd street are all closed. additionally, mlk drive closed both today and tomorrow. you can expect closures
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throughout center city, fairmount, along kelly drive and in manayunk. >> if you are using septa this weekend, several bus routes will be detoured on sunday, starting at four a.m. and 6:00 a.m. also, route 15 trolley will be separated into two different routes. one will be servicing west philly and the other one is for north philly and fishtown. also, there will be no service between 40th and 29th street. if you need to use both routes, you can connect see at market frankford line at girard and fourth street. you can also check on line for all additional details. switching gears, we're talking football. temple plays today against memphis at noon at the linc. and the eagles, take on the tam that bay buccaneers at 1:00 p.m. sunday. go eagles. from the cbs-3 traffic center. i'm meisha johnson have, a great weekend, everyone. all right, meisha, thanks. it is breakfast the most important meal of the day, vittoria woodill found the place to go. coming up next on "eyewitness news", taste with tori takes you to the neighborhood favorite known for its home
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fries. they cover it with what they call dust, but i'm sure it is tastes a lot better than it sounds. we'll have that story coming
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>> if breakfast is the most important meal of the dale, as many people say, then do you have check out one northeast philadelphia restaurant. vittoria woodill takes us
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inside a family favorite known for its home fries, let's get a taste for tori. >> ♪ >> it is breakfast time, and all of the seats at the counter are taking a taste. this place is casino of the cheers of holmesburg. >> i come in here, everybody knows my name. >> and everyone knows your order. >> this is his special. eggs up. >> robin elliot has been coming here for l years with her family. >> great food. grace atmosphere. the waitress also fantastic. >> like waitress lisa who just loves her customers. >> i just make friends with them, feed them, make them happen. >> i you have been working here for how long has it been? >> eleven years. >> eleven years. why contact me on facebook? >> well, i watch your shows. i thought of us because all of your shows, when i was watching them, it was like family, like you went to
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places like the girls worked hard, and they made the people happy. >> and i just thought she would love to be at my place. i know i can make her happy and give her great food. >> great food, that's an understatement. i could eat a whole plate of these home fries. >> it was awesome food! tate's known for their home fries, covered in what they call dust, a secret blends of seasoning. look at the crisp on those home fries. >> there go, tore. >> i here we go. >> we have the tower of flurries. >> they named a dish after me? french fries, shot nerd peppers, homemade chilly and cheese. >> okay, seriously? >> tower of tori. >> if anyone is excited as i am? >> bring on the smors pancakes with marshmellows, crumbled gram crackers, chocolate dzhokhar. >> i homemade creeps from scratch, blue berry,
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strawberry sauce on the outside. >> when we opened it, to make it a real family place. >> our waitresses, you know, became very close to the customers, like family. >> with lisa's own family of five children now grown, her daughter, and son, in the marines, lisa gets emotional. thinking of how much she misses those big family meals but she gets her taste of that at tate. >> my family is far away. this is my family. >> aren't you so lucky that you have this place? and you make that feeling for everyone else. >> i think i do. i hope i do. >> you do! >> the sign is right. this is a nice place for breakfast and lunch specials. because of the people like lisa. >> brotherly love. sisterly affection. >> there you go. >> ♪ >> i love that. that is so sweet. torp i find all of the great places. all right, coming up in the next half hour every "eyewitness news", time is running out to save dogs who
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>> it is just about 6:30, right now, a check on your forecast with justin. we know it is the the race weekends, people in town for the marathon. how is it shaping up out there? >> cool, but pretty good running weather, at least today. now, tomorrow the wind kicks up little bit for the actual big event. but, overall, at least we will keep things nice and dry this weekend. getting ready for nice sunrise in about 20 minutes or so. clouds starting to break up little bit. so we'll see nice start to the day. it is cool, though, for -- throw that coat on. making up many areas below freezing at this hour, specially to the north and west, 28 in allentown, 30 reading, 42 officially at the airport in philadelphia. so, a lot of frost out there, this morning, with the winds going calm. look at the cold spot, quakertown, coming in at 28 degrees. thirty-six in doylestown. winds at about 5 miles per hour, or less, right now, coming out of the north. they'll switch out the east later on this afternoon. still, some left over mid to high level clouds over us right now. we will give way to little
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more sunshine this morning, then clouds build back in later tonight. so, overall today, pleasant november-like day. mix of sunshine and clouds, temperatures going to be in the low to mid 50's, at best through the morning, again, we struggle to get about 50 by noontime, make it up to the lower 50's for afternoon highs for philadelphia, so high near average of 53 today, it get colder tomorrow, little windy, high of only near 50. and we are talking about some 40's for high temperatures next week. we get to those details coming up in just a few minutes, nicole, back to you. >> justin, thanks. race weekends for the philadelphia marathon is here today and tomorrow. runners will hit the pavement with tens of thousands of people expected to attend. and of course with the recent terror attacks in paris, mali, officials are beefing up sex your at this, alexandria hoff with more on the race and also the security, alex, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nicole. as justin was mentioning, it is a little brisk out here this morning, but i believe that's good running weather, little chilly for me, but we had these metallic thermal
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wraps, all ready for the athletes when they finish the fine i shall line. starting up in just under one hour, weaver l wheelchair, hand cycle, rothman 8k. >> runners have a way of staying in motion, even when events around the world seek to make them pause. nearly 30,000 runners and 60,000 spectators over the weekends expected, there is no stopping these dedicated athlete. >> some of it -- let's do that, let's think that way. that's how runners this. >> i mayor michael nutter consulted with homeland security this week, and said no credible link, still heightened security put in effect. areas around the event will act as secure zones, stretching from 18th to 25th streets on the parkway. anyone look to go get into the start or finish zones, will have to pass through the security checkpoints. as was the case with the world meeting of families, clear bags have been issued to all participants. spectators, please remember,
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if you choose to carry a bag of your own, for personal items, those bags must be searched by security, prior to entering the start-finish >> speaking of the start finish zone, seeing the athletes starting to trickle in now, once again, that 8k will kick off in just under one hour. the 13.1 and 26.2, they'll be run tomorrow. reporting live from the parkway this morning, alexandria hoff, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thanks. protesters took to the streets in center city friday. civil rights, anti-war and political groups came together for what they called rally against war, racism, islam phobia, police repression. philadelphia police were on hand, no word on any arrests, some roads did have to be shutdown because of the disruption. told that everything is now back to normal. urgent plea from philadelphia animal shelter. they've run out of space. and they have some special offers that they hope will help to find homes for many of the dogs there.
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"eyewitness news" reporter natasha brown has more. >> meet rough us, very friendly, mellow guy, and petara. >> came in as a stray, about three to five year old mama. >> just two of many dogs in desperate need of adoption at the animal care and control shelter in philadelphia. >> all of the health remembers full, so they need them to come in, foster lives, encourage adoption. >> over-crowding at the shelter forced staff members into a heart breaking decision on thursday. >> we have euthanized about 22 dogs yesterday. it was really hard on staff and l volunteers, pretty much everyone. so it was a sad day. >> at the shelter, hope's good days are ahead with new push to adopt. they're offering free adoptions for all large breed dogs. >> you can imagine, we've been swamped. >> it is sad, you snow, that
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they could be put to sleep. >> with so many adoptable dogs, it is authorities walk away without one. our cameraman, dennis richardson, couldn't resist rufus' charm. says they've seen huge response of people trying to come in to adopt dogs, remember, large breed dog adoptions are free, all do you have do is pay $15 pet registration fee if you live in the city of philadelphia. in hunting park, natasha brown, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". that's a great story. another good story here. grand donation for a good cause at the children's hospital of philadelphia. take a listen. >> sound every newly donated stein way piano, will sit in the lobby of the university city hospital. the piano's can cost upward of $30,000, was actually donated by the parents of former patient. they say they did it because they wanted families to be up lifted by beautiful music in their time of need.
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well, nearly two months ago, that pope francis came here to philadelphia. and the visit by the pontiff touched many. including a one year old little girl with a inoperable brain tumor. now her parents are called what happened after the pope's visit nothing short after miracle. here is "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt. >> they call it the miracle on market, they say the quick kiss is partially responsible for her quick recovery. >> i think all of this is from god. you know, the pope just messenger from god. >> one year old gianna has rare inoperable brown tumor, her blood blood cells attack her brainstem weeks after birth. surgery is not an option. the clan showed up for the papal parade in front of independence hall expecting maybe quick glance. but thanks to friends from the fbi ...
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>> the bodyguard, dominick gianna. dominick is gianna's older brother. the family says similar names just another sign of devine intervention. and they believe the proof is in the scans. here is a scan take never late august. before the pope's spontaneous kiss. here is the scan from the ends of october. >> you can hardly see the tumor. and in so many of the cuts. it is just a blur. >> the scans next to each other clearly show a difference. the left is before the kiss. the right after. >> she is getting better and stronger. she's blowing kisses. she's starting pointing, started pointing at things. >> gianna was name for saint gianna, a modern day saint from italy who died in 1962. saint gianna's daughter was in philadelphia and met little
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gianna during the papal weekend. gianna's parents insist her future is a bright one, and they can't wait to sit down one day to show-and-tell her what a difference one kiss can make. >> last year it was about living in honor of her. now we are going to get to live with her. >> david spunt, cbs-3, ooh "eyewitness news". that is a miracle. 6:37 right now. are you ever worried about your brand new phone getting wet, or maybe scratched? well, coming up. some advice for finding a durable smart phone. plus, car recalls, what you can do if you can't get repair right away. plus this. >> forget a cup of coffee, the newest way to get your caffeine fix, caffeinated peanut butter. here in philly with wet -- whether or not this product is dangerous. >> and, it is starting to feel like the holidays are right around the corner. the temperature dropping, the lights starting to go up. we'll take to you one of the most dazzling dzhokhar place in our area, that's opening up this weekend. and, it is going to start
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feeling like the holidays around here, as well. justin drabick is back with your eyewitness weather forecast next. they recently rated their care experience at over 3,500 hospitals nationwide in a survey conducted for the centers for medicare and medicaid services. fewer than 10% received 5 stars. among them was cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia. learn more at cancercenter.com/eastern.
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>> welcome back, concerns about new brand of peanut butter that packs caffeinated punch. some believe the peanut butter pick me up can be too much for children even deadly to animals. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos has the details.
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>> it is creators say it could replace your morning pick me up. forget that cup of coffee. one of the newest products on the market, caffeinated peanut butter. mixed feelings from folks who normally order their caffeine in a cup. with sugar and cream. >> would you try this product? can he caffeinated peanut but ther? >> probably not. >> i love peanut butter. i don't know about adding caffeine to my peanut but ther. >> and from someone behind the counter creating caffeine beverages. >> exactly. i mean, i look the two separate. >> separate is what nutritionist says you should keep your peanut butter and caffeine. >> to me this product is reaching. do we need to combine caffeine and peanut butter? i don't see the benefits to that. >> the keith ate ores of steam peanut butter say it can be eaten before a work out, each has 150 milligrams of
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caffeine, like downing two shots of expresso. and though caffeine is okay in moderation, one senator says this product needs to be regulated. >> the fda has chance to stop it, and nip it in the budd, seriously, now. >> and you can see why. >> okay. yes, i'm down. you got a spoon? >> i do. hold on. >> well, they hide it pretty good. >> i can definitely feel the caffeine. >> already, few minutes later? >> yes. >> there are also concerns for our four recommends friends. >> did they do neutral sound or anything of her? >> overdosing on caffeine can be deadly for dogs. >> the concern is that first accidental, peanut butter sandwich, and your little dog gets that, he's going to have a bad day. >> this would actually kill a 18 pounds dog. >> craig argos, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". very scary. 6:42 right now. issuing largest recall ever.
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the auto maker is recalling its entire fleet of model s sedans. wants to check their front seatbelts, after one became disconnected. now the recall involved 90,000 cars world-wide. there have been no accidents, or injuries, related to that problem. well, sometimes, if your car gets recalled, it doesn't always mean you'll get a quick fix, some people complain there aren't enough parts and mechanics care out the repairs right away. "3 on your side" consumer reporter jim donovan takes a look at what you can do if you're afraid to wait. >> laura buyers is afraid every time she backs out of her driveway. >> i have the stress of wondering if somebody is going to hit me and below this air bass in my face. >> she said the dealership tells her it doesn't have the parts to replace her takata airbag in her mazda rx8. >> they can't give me a date when they have the parts. >> mary jane, waiting for parts for her ford fiesta, recall over an i shall thousand could cause the door to fly open while driving full speed down the road. >> i feel unsafe and dangerous. but what's in the door? i need my car to get around with. >> 2014 was record breaking year for recalls.
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64 million vehicles in the u.s. with safety defects. some with the potential to kill. 64 million vehicles, that need to funnel their way through 16,000 dealerships nationwide for repairs. repairs that aren't necessarily happening quickly. for instance, in may, "3 on your side" reported that at the rate takata airbags are being manufactured it, could be two and a half years before they all get replaced. >> the number is absolutely staggering. >> jake fisher the director of auto testing at consumer reports. >> it is confusing for consumers to have these vehicles, because you can't always get them fixed right away. >> the national highway traffic safety administration acknowledges parts, supplies, and the availability of repair technicians are both factors in delayed recall repairs. so what can a concerned vehicle owner do? the auto alliance, which represents 12 manufacturers, says owner should request a loner from the deal here will work with the manufacturer. loners given on case-by-case basis. >> i'm just taking chances.
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>> these drivers just hope their fixes or loner cars come before they experience the issue, that had their vehicles recalled in the first place. >> now, from a relatively new car, two years old or less, you may want to file a lemon law complaint. try to get the manufacture tow buy the vehicle back f older vehicle, file a complaint on line with the government at safer car ~.gov. reporting for three on "3 on yor side", i'm jim donovan. >> and speaking of jim donovan, it was a very special honor for jim last night. he was inducted into the philadelphia broadcast pioneers hall of fame. known for his award winning consumer reporting, jim was among several veteran broadcasters recognized for their achievements in our industry. check out jim from the past, little throw back there. special dinner was held at the hilton city avenue and jim was inducted along with broadcast executive al primo, the creator of "eyewitness news" actually, reporter lauren lip ton of our sister station "kyw news radio", and radio host, harvey holiday, of our sister station wogl.
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radio host bob pan tan owe of wogl was this year's person of the year. so a big congratulations to each and every person, and to the first class organization and all of its members. the philadelphia broadcast pioneers. great night. 6:46 right now. ere is a lot coming up on cbs this morning saturday. anthony mason, van eat a meyer join us live from new york with that preview. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nicole. coming up: his athletic talent was the stuff of legend. but it was his message off the fields that changed the lives of millions. the true story of the football star whose life now is big hollywood film. >> also, emmy, tony, golden globe winner, is now an authorment talk about her new book, series of letters to the good and bad men who changed her life. and, in the 70s and 80s, the electric life orchestra one of the biggest bands when suddenly front man jeff lynn called it quits. twenty-eight years later, the bands is back, we'll talk to jeff about his story career, and elo will perform in our
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saturday session. >> all of that, plus your eye opener and ledge edge deer shelf coins us in the dish just ahead on cbs this morning saturday. >> all right, sounds like great line up, guys, thanks for the preview. hey, if you worry about damaging your phone with water or scratches, there are several smart phones that can tough it out n this tech minute, cnet.com sharon has recommendations for adorable phones. >> durable phones. >> the sony z5 the newest water resistant smart phone with full high-def display, sharp next a picks he will camera. has ip68 waterproof rating which means it can be dunked under water to up 30 minutes. we only suggest do you that if it is an accident. motorola motog1 of the cheapest water resistant android phones out there. at just $179, the motog has good camera and nine and a half hour battery life. finally, samsung flag ship phone comes in more durable
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version. samsung galaxy s6 active resistant to water, dust, and scuff. it is a great choice for those with more vade venture us lifestyles. it is made encouraging tirely of plastic, so it is not as attractive as the all metal phone. but if you are too long trade design for durability, it might just be the right choice. in san francisco, i'm sharon pro fuss, cnet.com, cbs news. all right, good morning, everyone, cool stuff right there. i can certainly use one of those phones, i'm always at the beach, always trying to get sand off the phone. waking up this morning, with our weather watch ers, a lot of 30's, even some 20's showing up, so cold start to the morning. good news there is entire weekends does stay dry. out in nottingham, 34 degrees at fran's how, 36 up in berks county, 29 degrees, frost on the grass, chesterfield, mid three's, little milder lawrenceville, peter has 41 degrees this hour, mid 30's, blue bell, middletown, delaware, and up in perkasie,
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riding on freezing right now. so again, cold start this morning. have good sunrise shaping up. pictures sent in from our weather watchers, this is fran out in nottingham. mid level clouds showing up, closer to home here in philadelphia, from phil, he's showing those high serous clouds this morning, so again we go mostly sun think afternoon, more clouds will build in throughout the afternoon into tonight. let's take you outside. to our north into burke county, we go to kutztown, live look from the neighborhood network. from the kutztown area middle school where it is 27 degrees, you can see the frost out on the fields. cam winds pretty much out of the north northeast 1 mile per hour right now, so, chilly start, in some of the northwest suburbs. check it out. all every these orange boxes indicate temperatures above average for the entire day when you average everything out. the entire month, almost. one day where it was below average, one day right on average, 7.3 degrees above average, good bet we finish offer the month of november above average. next couple every days, different story.
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actually going to stay little below average, we head to sunday, monday, average high of 54, close to that today, tomorrow, struggling to get to near 50. highs on monday, only in the 40's. don't get used to it, though, warm it back up as we head into thanksgiving holiday. some left over clouds over us right now. they are thinning out. we go generally mostly sunny, later on this morning, but clouds quickly move back in tonight. here is the reason. storm system out across the midwest bringing heavy snow to chicago right now, actual center of the storm moves to the north. we're just going see some clouds roll in here tonight with the cold front. once the front passes by, it ushers in some colder air for sunday into monday. we see increasing sunshine, for sunday, and mix of sun and clouds for your monday, but again the story is just some cold temperatures, little below average. today, low mid 50's, at best, tonight, not quite as cold as this morning, because of the clouds. mid 40's, for the overnight low temperatures. then here is sunday check it out we struggle to get close to 50 degrees, so, we're running oh, 5 degrees or so below average.
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and the reason is the jet stream, it is on the move. there is the core of the coldest air, northern planes starts to track southwards. that core settles in over us on monday, so that's why we are talking about highs only in the 40's, then watch what happens. this jet stream moves back north. here comes another push of some milder air. it is not record breaking. but talking about temperatures returning to around 60 by the end of next week. cool day today. sunshine, clouds, 53 for the high. tonight, not quite as cold. mostly cloudy, 44 for the low, them looking a led to your thanksgiving holiday next thursday, looking good. mostly sunny skies, temperatures back above average at 58 degrees. so, few cool days ahead, with sunshine and clouds, both saturday and sunday, highs in the lower 50's, only in the mid 40's, on monday, with overnight lows even at the city right around freezing, so the suburbs will be dropping well to the 20's, but each day, it gets a little milder. we will see a lot of sunshine for next tuesday, wednesday, and thanksgiving, back to the upper 50s, and "black friday", 06 degrees for the high, next
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friday. always seems like it is colds and nasty on "black friday" shopping day. so looks pretty good. now, do you love watching the weather you can be featured in our newscast by becoming a eyewitness weather watcher. sign up right now at cbsphilly.com/watchers. 60 degrees for "black friday". ya, that kinds of takes the edge off standing in line. >> if does, yes. >> the door buster thing. >> camping out,. >> cool, thanks. get ready to feast your eyes on sites and sounds of the holiday season. jan carabeo takes a look at shady brook farms in bucks county, for their preview of their spectacular annual light display opening this weekend. >> ♪ >> dazzling display every light that gross every year at bucks county at spots reaching mount rushmore proportions. holiday season has arrived at shady brook farm in yardley
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>> install 3 million lights is no easy feat, design starts yearly year in advance, close to two dozen workers construct everything from the blue woods to the brilliant light tunnels over the course of months. >> actually nice and hot out. not cold or rainy. >> shady brook farm owner, paul fleming, took "eyewitness news" through the nearly 2-mile show before opening night on saturday. the wagon ride, his personal favorite. >> it is the best way to see the lights if it is not freezing. >> it is real a great experience for your family. >> and this is only one of many light displays in holiday attractions in bucks count. >> i we have the furry christmas at sesame place, washington crossing, historic park on christmas day, no matter what part of the 622 square miles you have, there is something to do. >> this display draws more than 30,000 vehicles each season. the cost forecaster is $25, a wagon ride, runs $12 per
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person. not even the grinch can resist the trip. the shady brook farm annual light show starts saturday at 5:00 then runs through january 10th. reporting in bucks county, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". you know, a lot of people say it is too soon, it is too soon. but i'm starting to get into it. >> each year starts earlier. starting to feel cold. >> and that's pretty cool. like you said for the temperatures that we're having, great time to get out maybe get the wagon rides. >> or put up your own christmas decorations at home, good week toned get it done. it is dry. >> i'm talking about your husband when you say that, not me. call, are you listening? all right, justin, thanks. we'll take a short break and be right back.
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let's back that forecast. >> cold, that's about it, typical mid november. >> we need little more information, justin. >> that's all i got. prep it quiet overall. we'll have some clouds, temperature near average, a three. tomorrow, little colder, highs near 50. still dry in the next week. monday is the colds he is day, only make it up today mid 40's. but 06 for thanksgiving weekends. >> football plans looks good for thanksgiving dinner. >> i like the little turkey, too. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news". always on line for you at cbsphilly.com. cbs this morning
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good morning. it is november 21, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." breaking news overnight. an immediate terror threat puts belgium's capital on lockdown. plus new information about the american killed in the latest terror attack in mali. >> and his talent was stuff of legend buzz it was his message that changed america. the true story of the football star whose life is now a hollywood film. >> and wein
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