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expensive i have then last year. not sure about that, turtle doves and the ten lord of leaping don't know where would you find that took a 3 percent leap. you put the gift together and it will cost you $34,131. and that is, 6 cents of a percent more than last year. not that much just .6 percent. >> that is including the the five golden rings. >> listen, it is all include for the small sum of $34,131. >> small price. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 he is making a splash in the swimming world our pat gallon talks to the local teen hoist grazing the the cover of the popular sports magazine and has his sights set on the olympics, kate. it was a chilly finish to november, today with temperatures just slightly below average as cloud rolled in, raining out here at 5:00 on the sky deck now it has settled down but we have more rain to come tonight, and for the next few days i'll break down when heavier rain moves in coming up with you're
witness weather forecast. also a quiet neighborhood shaken after a deadly shooting three team killed inside a montgomery county home hain year-old child was in the home at the time of the shooting. also taking to twit tore help a ride inner need, septa police used social media site to get back a phone that was stolen after being left on the train. see how office are reached out. he is a local swimming sensation and he is being nationality recognized this 6-foot, 8-inch teenager is making waves and is even being compared to an olympic great. penn charter high school swimmer is grazing cover of the sports illustrated kid. good evening, i'm ukee washington. hi everyone i'm jessica dean. his cover hits news stand tomorrow but eyes have been honoraries wheatly for quite sometime. "eyewitness news" reporter pat
gallon talked about his rise to stardom. >> reporter: when a 15 year-old ties michael phelps in a swimming competition, head will turn. when that 15 year-old is 6-foot eight, 235-pound, it is hard not to take notice. meet 15 year-old reese wheatly, the penn charter high school sophomore is well on his way to becoming one of the next great american swimmers. >> where did you start in swimming come from. >> i was seven, going on eight, summer camp, i failed my deep the water test. i started to get lessons that summer. >> reporter: accolade are piling up already, not only did reese swim the exact same time as phelps in the 200-meter breast stroke during u.s. nationals in san antonio but he set a u.s. record for his age group. today he was name the sports illustrated sports kid of the year for 2015. >> it is something that just cool to be part of, to be up there with other great athletes who are all doing the same thing that i was doing in terms of the working hard in that sport and stuff like that but i never thought, i really
didn't think would i win. >> reporter: is what not lost on him is his difference in size but also race. the it is a predominantly white sport but easies hoping to change that. >> i'm very comfortable in my own skin. i don't find it a problem. i think that yes, african americans are under represented in the sport right now. that would be great if i could set up a clinic with inner city kid, get them in the pool here and just talk to them about my experience. >> reporter: having accomplished so much already it is time to talk olympics in 2016. >> it is a maybe for everybody, nobody is a given. >> reporter: hopefully we will see reese wheatly in rio in 2016 taking on the masters of the the sport while becoming one himself. impressive kid and easies getting some big name recognition, and, after the honors first lady michelle obama tweet todd reese today, congratulations he reese wheatly on becoming si sports kid of the year. we are so proud of you. >> that is fl otus.
>> yes, better news about his schoolwork. >> a student. >> wow. >> i met him last year at four. he was 6-foot eight or so. this kiddies big. what stand out is he wants to get everyone else involved. knows cameras are on him but he gets his teammates involved and you saw one of those photos they were with him. so cool. great kid. >> can't wait to see, it is only up for him from here. >> yes. this is the second year in the row local product has earned sports illustrated sports kid of the year. last year was mo'ne davis following her historic performance in the little league world series. way to represent, gang. >> absolutely. tonight tracking rain, wet weather is moving in the area. meet the role goodies kate bilo is tracking things on the cbs-3 skies deck, kate? >> it seems to have dried out a little bit in the past hour or so and that is how it will be for next couple hours, a little will shower moves through, burst of rain and then dries out. overnight tonight rain will be steady, more widespread and that will last into your
tuesday morning. that is not the end of it. we have yet another round of steady rain to talk about this week. lets take a look at storm scan three as we sweep area with light rain and drizzle. steady rain over southern cape may county and southern delaware about there is more to the south, lot more green that will be lifting in here during other night hours and things could get messy on the roads. we will give you green light with period of rain steady, light to moderate rain overnight. tomorrow morning showers, pretty robust in the morning. that could slow down your morning commute. afternoon is okay. it will clear out. maybe a lingering shower but not a huge deal but we have 48 hours of wet weather starting tonight and continuing through wednesday night. highs will be in the 50's. this is just rain. then sun comes back. we will warm up as well. i will have your full forecast when i join you inside. >> thanks very much. quiet montgomery county community is rocked by unspeakable violence. three people were found shot to death inside a hatfield home late last night. two others, escaped, including a young child. as "eyewitness news" reporter
greg argos tells us investigators are searching for a motive. >> reporter: neighbors say there was no indication of trouble here at this home on diamond street in montgomery county, decorated for the holidays. last night though, the the scene of a double murder and a suicide. when hatfield police rushed to this diamond street home around 11:30 last night they found three people dead inside. >> to see a 48 year-old woman, a 27 year-old man and a 48 year-old man. >> reporter: today with christmas lights flickering we know the shooter is 48 year-old paul moriarty shall, his victims neighbors say his girlfriend and her son. >> i just don't believe it happened. unbelievable. >> reporter: steve lives directly next door and like many on the street they say there was no reason to believe his friendly neighbor would commit such a crime. >> we borrowed butter, sugar off of each other and got along real good just yesterday, everything was fine.
>> reporter: today from the outside it appears that everything is as well. the only indicator of the tragedy that unfolded was within this walls thinks exit hole from one of the bullets investigators say marshall fired from a semiautomatic rifle. the police are calling that i domestic disturbance but they are not giving motive for killing. neighbors say two people marshall killed his girlfriend and perfect son, police in the yet releasing their names. reporting from hatfield i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". in the wake of the the friday's deadly planned parenthood shooting in colorado, facility in our area amping up security. there has been a noticeable presence both inside and outside in the delaware valley where robert dear accused of killing three people in the colorado springs plan parenthood has his day in court. ceo of southern new jersey planned parenthood says patientness our area should feel safe, visiting the clinic. >> just make it a more comfortable, safe environment,
we did ramp up our security today. >> mostly in an effort to alay that anxiety, anxiety for our patients, not because we necessarily felt the need. >> she and her team are meet to go determine just how long the increased security will last. unique experiment gets a wider message on the fun that he left on the bench. it started with this video shows a woman packeting a phone at cecil b. moore station and telling the the owner that she did not have it the when he return. the septa a police chief tweeted out a photo and instead of threatening rest, offered amnesty if the phone was returned. >> within 12 hours of posting my amnesty tweet, a woman who identified herself as the offender's sister went to the 39th police district and presented that phone. >> the the the chief told us he was criticized for his decision but he says benefits of getting the the phone back to the owner verse a lengthy
criminal and court proceeding proves his decision was right. a frightening moment this morning for those enjoying their morning coffee at a local star bucks. a car, slammed into a exton, chester county location, these photos come to us from viewer jp davisson. around 8:30, two elderly man were unable to navigate parking lot and they instead accidentally drove in the star bucks. the store was evacuated immediately. men in the car were unharmed and no other injuries were reported, that crash is under investigation. still to come on "eyewitness news" the cyber monday rush is on. we will stop at local headquarters for a major on line retailers and keeping up with the order. if you are buying on line one local police department wants to help you, how they are providing a safe spot to meet for those person to person on line transactions. a few showers moving in the area tonight but more rain to come, this system will eventually impact us, good news, is that we're not talking snow but talking a
♪ >> that is a sign of the season here in our cbs-3 studios. philly pops festival brass, to help kick off our joy of sharing toy fest. they will be collecting toys for kid in the area to benefit the salvation army, uso and boys and girls club. here's how you can help if you want to donate a toy go to cbs philly.com/toy fest and through will find a full list of drop box locations. today is cyber monday, the busiest on line shopping day of the year. >> many today placed their order on amazon to the come and "eyewitness news" went to one of amazon's fulfillment centers in robbinsville mercer county. there is 14 miles of conveyor belts at robbinsville
fulfillment center a and today they were full of boxes. last year amazon received 43 million orders on cyber monday, a number they are expecting to, eclipse this year. following some crimes elsewhere the upper darby police didn't want to ensure safety of its residents taking part in person to person on line transactions. the police station is now a craigs list safe zone, lobby is under constant surveillance, so too is the outside of the building for those dealings in cars or other big items. police say safe zone benefits both parties. we will have more from the commissioner in a bit. it is available from 8:00 to 8:00 p.m. but you must schedule an appointment. some local news organizations are getting a financial boost, toward their championship as preparations. >> mayor michael nutter presented travel grants to several youth football teams and cheer leading squad from all over the the city. money will go toward cost to
transport each team when they compete in national championships next month. >> whether they are cheering, or running, or jumping or doing whatever it is that they are doing, with dedicated coaches and parents these are the positive young people here in the city of philadelphia who need to be highlighted on a regular basis, not just tonight, not just today, but every day. >> congratulations to all of the the teams, nicely done. well, tribute to pope's philadelphia visit could land in the record books. >> more than 2700 people, including pope francis himself, help create the giant mural titled the sacred now, faith and family in the 21st century. it was unveiled during a dedication ceremony this morning at the future home of the saint maliki school in north philadelphia. >> with those numbers, the the 2700, that means that we are on track to earn the guinness world number for most contributions to a painting by numbers. >> now we have to wait and see if philly can take that crowd
malaysia hits is the the current record holder for that category. we will see what happens here. >> i hear the wind blowing around out there it started out nice and then cloud rolled in and then we are like is it going to go rain? and here it comes. >> here it is. >> i know the rain is here and we will be dealing with the threat for rain throughout the next 48 hours at least. right through wednesday, night, we have got some wet weather in the forecast so make sure that umbrella is handy. here's good news. i am not telling you to have snow boots or shovel or ice scraper, it will warm up in the 50's. that means thinks a all rain this storm and then things improve as we head toward the end of the week and weekend. it is not all bad news. the lets look outside. we will go down the shore. we will have have a great shot, camera is shaking there at boardwalk in ocean city, not a whole lot of people out there whole different story from when we look at this 6:15 g and boardwalk is complete thely packed with people, sunnies shining, but looks different the last day of november, but it has been a
very mild november. top five warmth. it looks like it will come in at number two. not too bad to take a trowel this evening as the rain just now starting to move in. for now it is dry. our live neighborhood network shows progression of the day. we start at 8:00 a.m. we started with blue sky and sunshine but as day went on cloud thickened through the afternoon. the the the fog then moved in the afternoon and then once the the sun went down, it stayed cloudy right the through the overnight hours and steadier rain begins to push toward the area storm scan three shows where that rain is right the now, not a ton but it is just starting to lift to the north over cape may county. the scattered showers in the north and western suburbs not a big deal there but this will continue through the next 48 hours as this storm slowly pushes east and draws moisture in from the south and eventually that cold front crosses our region late wednesday, and that means we have got to deal with the impact from this system tonight, tomorrow, andes specially wednesday and that is when heavier rain will fall. temperatures across the area right now 46 if you are in
millville. forty-seven in wilmington as well. forty-four in allentown. the these numbers are chilly. today was on target for this time of the year. our high 46. 4 degrees below average. morning low was about 1 degrees below normal. you can see warmth that will bilo in with this system and that means it is all rain. too warm for any frozen precipitation for our region. the the rain will intensify through the the overnight hours. the it will stay light but it will be more widespread and steady. midnight it keeps coming through 3:00 a.m. start your tuesday morning with scattered showers. watch out for slow downs in the morning commute. in the afternoon showers get scattered, drying out, here's at 6:00 p.m. it is not expecting a whole lot to be happening but another round of it comes in through the day wednesday and we can see waves of steadier rain, orange and yellow shading throughout the day on wednesday and that means for next 48 hours or so some spots could end up with over 2 inches of rain, any of those heavier spots on wednesday that is where heavier rain
amounts will occur most likely down the shore but expect one to 2 inches every where. the tuesday, wednesday 100 percent chance of rain. thursday maybe a shower early in the morning and clear it the out 0 percent on friday, things looking better as we head toward weekend. great moves, steady in the morning tomorrow we are in the mid 50's. the wednesday, rain will be heavy at times on and off all day long, high near 60. it gets briefly cooler thursday behind that system but then take a look at the how beautiful upcoming weekend look. it is only monday. too early to talk about the weekend. if you have man's, look at that 53 saturday. fifty-seven on sunday. the christmas lights being put up, parade, tree lighting, things going on, across the area the weather looks gorgeous. >> too early to talk about the weekend. >> never too early monday morning, start looking for the weekend. >> thanks, kate. >> "cbs evening news" is just a few minutes away. >> scott pelley joins us with a look ahead, scott. >> hi ukee and jessica, great to be with you in if philadelphia a here's the the
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and you may now be covered. contact your health plan for the latest information. don is here with sports. >> head coach interrogate today. >> yes. >> i know. >> that is what happens after you lose. chip kelly started his workweek by facing avalanche of questions. if you are wondering if u.s.c. reached out to him over the the holiday week bend their head coaching opening as one report suggests, his answer is no. it never happened. kelly met with the media today, within of the topics of conversation was also about his beleaguered defense. bird have after loud 90 points in two games, kelly is sticking by his defensive coordinator billy davis. >> in the last two weeks we
have in the played as well as we can as a team. on that side have the ball or in any phase of the game in the last two weeks. offensively, defensively and special teams. i seen him coach. i necessity billy is a good communicator and good teacher and really good football coach. >> standing by his man. good job. next up for kelly and eagles is ten-one patriots. last night they lost for first time this season. they saw their tighten leave with the knee injury. that guy one of the best in the business. he had no tears, however, his status for sunday, is, unknown. >> switching gears, basketball royalty is in town and that royalty is home grown. kobe bryant and lakers landed less than an hour ago. they will play sixers tomorrow night. over the weekend kobe announced he will retire after the season. remember he went to lower merion high school and went straight to the nba back in 1996, old school photos of kobe. he is averaging five points per game while shooting
30 percent from the floor. his former high school coach thinks he has found the gold. >> i think it is a good decision. i don't want greatness lick himself to hang on for too long like many other athletes do. >> so much of my game was develop in philadelphia. you know, lower merion high school, and the coach and playing in the sonny hill league and so many of the great coaches playing at the playground and ardmore playground and all these things. just so many great memories there. it is a very special moment. >> wouldn't you know it, here he is, kobe trying the with the team at the airport a little will while ago. he is scheduled to speak before the game tomorrow and we will be coming to you live from the center starting at 5:00 for his final game here, in philadelphia. it also happens to be a big game for sixers as well but when you talk about a guy going straight to the hall of fame when he is allowed to go head liner is kobey remember being at that press conference at the lower merion when he made that announcement.
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thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00 we are back at ten on our sister station cw philly and back here at 11:00 on cbs-3. >> up next "cbs evening news". up next more than 21 million people plan to to shop from home and work today but just how much business was done? this cyber monday, from new york here now is scott pelley take care family we will see you tonight.
>> pelley: the president warns it will soon be too late to stop climate change. we find evidence in china's pollution emergency and in the melting arctic. >> scientists say what happens up here is what's going to happen to all of us. >> pelley: also tonight, deadly storms in the southern plains and upper midwest. a court appearance for the suspect in the planned parenthood attack. and after black friday, a new take on the holiday calendar. >> giving tuesday kind of opened up a world of people the start celebrate how we give as good as we get. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: in paris today, president obama warned that the world is fast approaching the hour when it will be too late to save the planet from climate