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good morning, right now philadelphia a police are using surveillance video to close in on a diller. cameras captured a man shot to death at point blank range. find out what he was doing right before he was ambush. also it is a moment every mom to be cherishes getting to see your baby on a sonogram but this image of twins is more heart breaking then heart warming, this disturbing reason that she believes they are holding hand in the womb. welcome to the the greatest show on earth. you know what that means, wrinkling brothers barn um bailey circus is in town and more than ace live, all morning with the look at those high flying performances, audience can expect. good morning, it is thursday, february 18th, i'm erika von tiehl. we have april action packed show this morning. meisha at the circus, keeping an eye on the road, katie is
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on the sky deck. in juggling for katie, just a forecast. good morning, ladies. >> katie, i will bring tips, secrets back to you and teach you what i have learn. we are here at wells fargo center. it is so much fun and you have not seen anything yet but first lets talk about what is going on outside, busy in the world of travel. how is weather looking. >> it is quiet, once sunrises, i think motorist will deal with the sun glare more than anything here, meisha but tranquil outlook for our forecast in the next couple days and nice warming trend to beat. lets go out there and show you what is happening on storm scan three. not a heck of a lot when it is empty like this. we have our sweep picking up nothing as high pressure is in place. we're seeing a couple clouds but here's a nice clear shot, you can see a venous off in the distance there outside pleasant valley middle and high school, 22 degrees, marylandes breeze, you barely feel anything on the sky deck
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for sure right on cute workers of the school district driving through the shot. 32 degrees at philadelphia interest the national. twenty-nine in ac. cold start in mount pocono. that would be the the overriding theme of the day here, guys. you will see sunshine but these temperatures, these are high temperatures. normally talking mid 40's. we are within 5 degrees where we should be but it will be the coldest day of our forecast, and as we look forward the milder air will be a welcomed sight. the in the meantime it is all tranquil, we have to bundle up when you hit the road here today, new back outside to you. >> yes, sound that way. we are all looking forward to the weekend and that sunshine, thanks very much. we are here at wells fargo center because circus is in town. we will look at our roadways. we have a disable vehicle will here schuylkill moving in the westbound direction at gladwynn. right lane was block, that is in longer the case. we are looking better on the schuylkill but it will heat up a bit. we have an accident that we have been talking about in
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vineland, new jersey. an investigation happened before 3:00 a.m. route 47 north bound all lanes are block at garden road. use an alternate route 55 or west avenue. also a serious accident car fire on route 55 northbound near little million road with entrapment. only shoulder gets by at this point. the disable truck on the roosevelt boulevard and we will have more coming up in 15 minutes, back over to you. meisha is talking about this earlier this morning crews cleared the scene of an earlier accident on route 30 in burlington county. impact caused this suv to overturn in the highways's north bound lanes in delran. one person under going treatment at cooper university hospital in camden and in word on what cause that had collision. philadelphia police hope that surveillance camera can help them track down a killer. investigators say that the shooter targeted the victim just blocks from his house. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch joins us at police headquarters with the details for us, good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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investigation has been ongoing since late last night with that man found dead, murder police say that what they believe was an ambush and police say surveillance video and witness account may help them hone in on this man's killer. left for dead and lying along the 300 block of south 52nd street, what may have been a marked man. >> it appears that this individual was the intended target. >> reporter: eighteenth district police got the call at 11:00 last night, victim unidentified man, age 31, ambushed police say just feet from his suv. >> he had been shot multiple times in his legs and his back is based on ballistics evidence six shots were fired from a semiautomatic weapon. >> reporter: crime scene investigators measure the could be creek block placing markers and homicide detectives, searched for surveillance cameras and witnesses for details.
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>> based on witness information, as well as some recorded camera information our shooter walk up on the victim, this 31 year-old victim who had just park hits suv, victim exited the driver door and when he walk on to the curve, the shooter walk up, within feet, and fired six shots. >> reporter: eighteenth district officers got the victim to penn presbyterian where he was pronounced dead at 11:19 p.m. the back at the crime scene near 52nd and delancey, authority were looking for footage of the suspect. this case, still coming together, overnight, and based on leaks, and, suspect was last seen, and then, west over on delancey. we do not have a motive at the this time or a description of the suspect but as you mentioned police say this man died several blocks from his own home. erika, back over to you. justin finch thanks for the update.
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bill cosby files a lawsuit begins a woman whose rape allegations fueled criminal proceedings begins him in the montgomery county courtroom. it named constand's lawyer her mother and publisher of the national inquirer. suit alleged breach of contract because parties are subject to confidentiality clauses. constand filed suit against cosby in the inquirer in 2005, those cases were settled. now an incredible sonogram picture has gone viral this morning. emily griffin shows us it captures a special bond between twins, one of them healthy, and the other struggling to survive. iain and before it the any macintyre didn't plan on having anymore kid, much less kid. >> we went in for our six week sonogram and they just said there is one heartbeat and here's another. >> reporter: from shock, to excitement, to hearing news no parent expects. >> with a hole in his heart and abnormal brain one baby wasn't growing like he should. >> he only weighs 9-ounces and
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his sister is over 2-pound. his only chance have of survival would be heart surgery but they weren't do heart surgery because of his brain. >> reporter: at each a appointment it has been more bad news, until tuesday, when the doctors captured this. >> we didn't see much. said there is his and her hand. >> baby mason on the left has his tiny hand wrapped around the finger of his growing twin sister madeline. >> mess twins when she's trying to take pictures and stuff they are kicking each other and hitting each other and she said with our twins it just seemed like she was very protective over him. >> reporter: because mason may never get to necessity his twin or family, this special moment sibling bonding before birth is something that these parent say is no coincidence. >> we know we have a piece of them together that will last forever and it is special to have. >> reporter: i know i'm holding him, i'm carrying him but i just want to be there
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for him, you know, not knowing she's the only one that can be there and holding on to him do it and so it is comforting to know if he does pass he won't ab loan. >> reporter: something neither baby has ever been, from the second their hearts began beating. >> we pray for them, every moment that we have them. >> that was emily griffin reporting. we're told if baby mason does make it through pregnancy doctors will deliver both babies by c-section and allow families to spend most time possible with both babies before mason passes. 6:08. the g.o.p. presidential candidates continue their attacks in dueling town hall meetings. but it was endorsement that dealt jeb bush a major blow. you will need a big are boat, more than 10,000 sharks are hanging out the in florida waters, find out why they are all there at the same time.
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meisha? well, it is in the raining outside but we are at circus having some fun at the wells fargo center. we have met clowns. we have more cool people coming up in a little bit stay right where you are, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right back. ♪ >> looking live outside side right the now earlier this week kanye west went public with his money troubles saying he was 53 million-dollar in debt, well new someone set up a go fund me page for him find out who want to help kanye and why.
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sign that spring is around the corner, pitchers and catchers start their official work out at spring training. there air lot of new faces in the clubhouse too at the this early stage of spring. even the phillies gm is new, matt klentak is youngest gm in franchise history. phillies are in the rebuilding mode so this season should be interesting. and, we have one of the phillies live in our next half an hour, pitcher, or rather catcher cameron rupp joins us right here on cbs-3. extra early down there in clearwater, florida. cameron joins us at 6:30 to talk about facebook and, early dose of spring. to throw the ball around. >> and, specifically this weekend when things will rebound on the thermometer and it is exactly 53 days away
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until season home opener for phillies. so we can give you some spring fever, you know, we have a couple days down the road here that will give us a taste. lets start the with the view of storm scan three, high pressure ruling the route and that does mean we will have more sun then anything but with that said because high pressure is centering over the area it does mean it the is chillier here today but brighter by comparison. temperatures will be on a nice uphill climb as that high builds outs to sea, return flow, clockwise flow to high pressure in the the northern hemisphere but it does mean temperatures rebound but won't see a few more included building in. today is brightest of the next few days but does rebound from here to the point you are in the upper 50's here come saturday. the breeze which a disturbance nearby but should be a nice day and that disturbance is separate from the system moving in here tracking to the north but also bringing in a couple rain showers through p.m. time frame on sunday. hey, skiers we have decent weather to look ahead to here
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moving forward in the forecast we can expect to see some cloud, come saturday, sunday some sunshine and temperatures that will easily be in the 40's. so not bad for poconos standards. eyewitness weather seven day forecast, uphill climb and then down we will go, as we step out of the way see what happens tuesday and wednesday, cooler air taking place of the warmth and with the new storm system brewing we may have our handful with the variety pack of precipitation, stay tune, erika. >> i'm focusing on the weekend. greatest show on earth is in town wrinkling brothers barn um bailey circus performers visited children's hospital of philadelphia to spread joy, on wednesday. after entertaining the kid circus gifted hospital with the $10,000 donation to help with cancer research. circus is at wells fargo center through sunday february s where we will send our meisha, this morning with an eye on traffic and all of the excitement, good morning, meisha. >> yes, good morning you guys. it has been so much fun.
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i can tell you you, it made getting up early quite worth it but before we get to the wells fargo center we want to talk about the roadways. what we have right now, schuylkill westbound at gladwynn, right lane was block for quite sometime. no longer the case, disable vehicle is looking good and better there. we have a disable truck roosevelt boulevard north bound near lars street. one lane blocked in that area overall we are looking at a traditional thursday morning, things are slowly starting to heat up. give yourself a couple extra minutes. right now lets bring it back to the circus, main reason we are here this morning, yes. >> yes. >> it is a lot have viewers just waking up and they are wondering what should we do this weekend. maybe get to the circus. >> oh, my gosh. >> why should they come here. >> bring your whole family because we say circus is by families, for families. we have families from all over the world putting on shows through sunday at wells fargo center. you should come. out there watching news like that sound like fun family
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entertainment. it is. you have to come out. >> what do you have here? we necessity we have clowns, we have clowns, honk, honk, we have our dancers, beautiful dancers behind us. what else is here. >> we have acrobats from all over the world. we can start with the dancers, ariana on than your right is from brazil. jillan from yellow is from cuba. we have literally every continent covered. >> yes good it will be a awesome, show. >> i know you have some animals here in town as well, can you tell us. >> yes, we have performing pigs, 13 kind of of dogs, lions and tigers in the same place, and as always your last chance to see the amazing, wrinkling brothers and barn um bailey elephants. >> thanks very much. so much more coming up. maybe get a couple lessons from those dancers behind us. erika, back over to you.
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meisha, we will see new a few minutes, thank you. coming up next, the g.o.p. candidates just received the most coveted endorsement in the south. >> ♪ >> it is called bernie bae and as you might imagine it is going viral, hear more of the political ode to bernie sanders and find out where bernie stand in the polls begins hillary clinton, that is coming up next.
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voters seem to be feeling the bern. new quint pack poll shows democrat bernie sanders would beat any republican date in the head to head competition in november. poll shows hillary clinton would trailer tie any g.o.p. hopeful. with two days before south carolina's republican primary, marco rubio got an endorsement from governor nicki haley. that is a big blow for jeb bush, hoist also sought haley's support. rubio, ben carson and ben carson took over the town hall. rubio spoke about haley's endorsement. >> i feel great bit. we feel energy. people coming to our rallies which are getting bigger. obviously saturday we will find out. people will vote. all i can do is our best. i know why i'm running.
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i feel good about what that will translate too so we will see. >> various polls put sanders and hillary clinton in a dead heat among two democrats, they are campaigning ahead of saturday's nevada caucus. this is the new viral video of the campaign season, pop anthem for bernie sanders called bernie bae. >> ♪ >> lee kaufman is behind this new video and it is on its way to web sensation status. 6:21. kanye west says he is 53 million-dollar in debt, so now he -- he has a go fund me page but he did not set it up. find out who wants to help that rapper coming up next. plus, floating yoga, that is our own pat gallen upside down. we are hoping he does not go in the the water. he will let us know why this trendies so popular and we want to know if he is able to
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stay on that matt the entire time. my money is on pat. he has skills there. >> i have to say i'm highly impressed by pat. if he hadn't come up like that i would have said no, that is a stunt double. very impressive. but this is impressive, the fact that we are going on such a warming trend and we are tracking another winter storm all in the next seven days. we will talk about this pattern time it out and give you a sense what i
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it turns out people are not only ones heading to florida for warmer weather. thousands office black tipped sharks are making their annual migration to the waters off in the sunshine state this video was captured by drones and look at how many there are. this time of the year they feed on fish and bask in the warm coastal waters. it might seem menacing but experts say these kind of sharks typically have little interest in people. okay, do you think selfie sticks are so, yesterday? well, in the for this sea lion that is myle swimming with the selfie sticks at aquarium in the pacific in long beach, california. the 142nd clip posted on you tube yesterday has already gone viral. what a cool look right there. well, over the weekend we told but rapper kanye west tweeted he is 53 million-dollar in debt. so one of his fans decided to
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do something bit. jeremy piat of minneapolis launched a go fund me page get kanye out of debt. he argued people should help because without it, quote the true genius of kanye west, can't be realized. at last check, listen to this, the campaign has raised $3,400. so kanye, head up for you there, got some money waiting. coming up next on "eyewitness news" a major happies packed and high speed thieves demand a ransom. find out how much they wanted and perhaps most interesting part of this is how they wanted to be paid. jan. erika, apple he will refuses to hack a killer's cell phone, coming up why the company says it will set a chilling precedent and could end up jeopardizing your private information, meisha? you know, i feel so in my element this morning at wells fargo center being that the circus is in town and we are standing on the ground but we
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good morning, clear skies, this morning in philadelphia, they are on the left part of the screen, we're expecting an early dose of spring, speak of spring, check out clearwater, florida, more fabulous weather, and our fightin phillies officially start spring training, just look at those palm trees. we are talking live with catcher cameron rupp about the the new players on the team and new season coming up. the just looking at florida, it is calm there, calm here but they have advantage of what really nice weather coming their way.
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>> nice and bright, quiet across the eastern see board but as you might imagine it will be warmer down south. seventy and sun any clearwater today. so jealous. >> tell us about the weekend. >> we are looking at a warming trend. nothing close to 70 we don't think but it will be a nicer milder pattern. here's that eastern seaboard on storm scan three. high pressure ruling the roost across the entire east coast. but we will talk warmth and shift gears here and talk about climate information that just came in from noah. unusual warmth in the ocean mostly because of el nino in the pacific led to the larger warmth departure, in other word biggest departure from average that january has ever experienced. 371 consecutive months new with global temperatures have been above average. the in the u.s., our january, this past has been the 34th warmest january ever since railroaded began. so, we certainly, have had
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some warmth across philadelphia obviously but the entire country let len the globe in recent months. so, there is a reason for. that temperatures meanwhile, right the now at freezing mark we will see the chilliest day of the packed here but the brightest as we expect to see full sunshine through the rest of the the day here. we are looking at 39 degrees on the thermometer in philadelphia. colder in the mountains. not the worst excuse to do some skiing. we sent meisha down to the wells fargo center, she's live at the circus, hi there, meisha. >> hi, good morning. happy thursday to you. we are here at wells fargo center with the circus and it is a blast. but first, we must look at the roadways, we will take a peak, what you are looking at is an accident, tractor trailer and vehicle route 422 eastbound ramp to the schuylkill, right shoulder and right lane are block in and around that area. this will slow you down as more vehicle start to hit the roadway. make net for those in that
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area on route 422 in the eastbound direction a and tacony palmyra bridge is now opened. make net for those just waiting a bit, other than that it has been a busy morning in the world of traffic. give yourself a couple extra minutes and then of course back to the issuing is us. we have been on the ground all morning long. we know there is much more than just our ground game, we have aerial game as well. taking a peak at my friend, this is what we will see in a little bit, aerials, trapeze, clowns, dancers. we have seen them all. they are all getting ready. we will have another update in a little bit, back over to you. >> loving the clowns, thanks much. it is 6:33. battle is brewing over privacy verse protection. the fbi wants april toll help them break in the one of the phones of the san bernardino shooters but apple is standing its ground. the it is a case which could have major implication was everyone with a smart phone. jan carabao is here to explain more on how this effects all of us. >> reporter: this has to do
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with encryption. it keeps our personal information safe. but it can be used by terrorist to hide their activity. so now a judge's ruling could allow the fbi to break through that security shield for the first time in search of evidence. apple though promises to fight complying that the company says could put the private information of millions around the world at risk. the war on terror, and right to privacy have now collided. retired fbi agent jj is a former, supervisor of technical operations in the bureau's philadelphia office. he necessary how encryption, which protects your privacy on line and on phones can also protect terrorist. >> encryption is one of the strongest, tools that the bad guys have to communicate in ways that cannot be detect. >> reporter: following san bernardino attack a federal judge has ruled fbi can access encrypted information on the phone of said farouk, one of the two kill hours gunned down 14 people at a holiday party
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before being killed in the shoot-out with police. >> that is what the government needs to further the investigation to get the evidence this need to prevent future attacks. >> reporter: investigators can't open farouk's phone by trying random pass codes until they hit the right one, phone enabled an apple security feature like a self-destruct option after ten incorrect pass code attempts. apple ceo tim cook calls it chilling, providing the fbi with that software, he says would be like creating a master key, one that could be used over and over again, not the just in the san bernardino case with you on anyone of the millions of iphone around the world. rob devideo is an associate professor of criminology and justice studies at drexel university. >> the concern is ripple effect and this is a slippery slope. today it is a a request coming for a national security terrorist investigation, tomorrow it is a request for child porn investigation.
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>> reporter: other privacy advocates say there is no clear indication that farouk's phone will provide any compelling evidence so no reason to jeopardize everyone's information. the in the meantime apple says it is cooperating with the fbi investigation by providing information that the couple backup on line. apple does plan to appeal as soon as next week. >> you can see it is such a tough issue, jan, thank you. hospital in los angeles is admit to go pay thousands of dollars in ransom to free their computer network from hackers. hollywood presbyterian medical center handed over $17,000 worth of bit coins, and that is a form of internet currency that is virtually untraceable. it is a move executive say was the quickest fix. mal wear block access to certain sit tells as the fbi is investigating. 6:36. next week is america saves week a chance for individual to assess their own saving status. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger joins us from new york to tell us how we're doing and how to turbo charge
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our saving efforts. jill, i love the sound of this. what would you say is the state of savings in america, can we improve on this. >> reporter: we're doing pretty well. personal savings rates stand at five and a a half percent, half of the level of the recession high, but think about this, it is so much better than the less than 2 percent rate that we have in 2005. so how will you improve your own savings efforts? auto mate it. please do this. so much easier. instruct your bank to pull money from your checking account every month. if you set aside your emergency reserve fund and saving for retirement many plans have an automatic feature that increases your contributions level every year. even a percentage point a year can add up to significant savings for the future. >> absolutely. twenty bucks a day worth more than 20 bucks next year. those savings rates they are disappointing the interest you get on that money you save. are there alternatives out there. >> reporter: it has been a
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rough go for the last decade. think about this average yield on a one year cd have dropped from nearly 4 percent, ten years ago to less than a half of 1 percent today according to bank rate.com. average yield is even worse for a savings account it is a tenth of a percent. so to boost your bottom line you will want to first pay off that high interest consumer or student loan debt, that is a risk freeway to earn more money. next credit credit unions and on line banks and do shop around at sites like deposit accounts.com, these are the folks who are tracking the best rates across the country. lou will in the get 10 percent but instead of the half percent if you can get one, one and a half percent just by little bit of work then it is worth it. >> absolutely every dollar counts can buy a cup of coffee, jill. >> there you go good thanks very much. still ahead this morning pitchers and catchers begin spring training work out is today in clearwater and there are new you players this year,
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coming up, we are talking live to catcher cameron rupp about whether there are any impact players that stand out, meisha. i have fallen in love with clowns, i have learn how to juggle and now i may just join the aerial part of the circus, we have got all of the updates coming up but first we will take a quick break stay where you are, the cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right back. wow. >> ♪ did you know, it is national drink wine day. yes, this is a real thing. so grab that glass of red, white, for dinner tonight and help celebrate, skies looking clear, katie is tracking a storm next week but this weekend is looking terrific. she will tell you what is in jeopardy next week, we will be right back.
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coming up tomorrow meisha is taking us on another dream drive, but first she stops at a coffee shops that goes inside a vintage movie house, find out where, after that she checks out nature in new jersey, and, you you can see the place that rescues thousands of wild life animals every year and they let you get close to those animals too. find out where that is tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. on dream drives on cbs-3. right new lets check with katie, hopefully a dreamy forecast. >> at least we will have some sunshine today but once that sun pops up, and, just about ten minutes or so, we will be dealing with sun glare. that is something you have to contend with, that is a quiet day, nice quiet forecast, generally speaking for now, a full slew of reports for you, zero in on a handful of these. twenty-five from rick. he is in bethel pa, one of the
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suburbs with just a handful of cloud there, he sent in a cool picture which i had to share, in the necessarily weather related but cbs family related. he is cousin with debbie warner, who is from this season of survivor. we her about her this week. i thought that was cool. thanks for sharing. he has cold eras do many other watchers this week this morning. we will zero in on northern philadelphia in the chestnut hill section. one of the gold star reporters phil send in a clear sky here. he did send a picture as well which i love. you have to look closely, folks but there is venous shining in the predawn sky. pretty stuff. lets talk about what is happening down the road, storm scan quiet as could be for right now. all this mess out west, don't worry bit, it does not impact us. what we want to look ahead to is next week, specifically into tuesday into wednesday. there will be a new storm system developing and it looks like it will impact us. depending what model you buy it is warmer or cold system depending on the track, that
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does mean more rain verse snow or more snow verse rain. we have to keep a close watch on that. there are question marks that remain but i show it to you because it is head up for next tuesday into wednesday. meantime sunny and cold and then warming up this weekend we will flirt with 60 on saturday. erika. >> kate, thanks very much. are you looking for something fun for the whole family, weather will be gorgeous, issuing is us is in town and that is where we sent our meisha down at wells fargo center, meisha, how are you doing. >> good. things are great here. we are at the wells fargo center because circus is in town. erika and katie, i can tell you they are energy pack. now they opened up last night, they will go on through the weekend. we will touch base in just a minute. lets look at the roadways, an accident involving tractor trailer and vehicle will 422 eastbound ramp to the schuylkill right shoulder and right lane are blocked, make net for those in an around that area. we will start to see roadways heat up a bit.
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route 55, they have that car fire, all that has been cleared, great news, for those having to take route 55, all clear there and for the most part, travel levels are building a as they should on thursday morning, they started off very busy and new we are starting to see normalcy which in the world of traffic is good news before our rush hour. so, now lets bring it back to the circus, shall we? asa my man main, my clown in charge. so you have been around. the first of all lets talk about your history with the circus. >> all right. >> lets do that. how long have you been in here. >> this is beginning of my third year in the circus, circus is adventure and insight drew me to the show. i started with my brother, actually on another show and quickly transitioned over into clowning and it is great. >> you are so adorable as well. >> i can't help but notice asa is what going on behind us.
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>> yes, you saw that. >> circus has so much stuff going on. we have clowns, dancers but talk about what we're seeing right now. >> right now you are seeing lovely sabina a aerialist. he comes from the ukraine. we have half dozen in the show. this is one of the acts you cane in the all access preshow, come one hour before, free, come down to the floor and see new stuff you that you cannot see later in the show, meet performers, try on costumes and watch one of our awesome dancer kelly ann take a close-up picture. >> lets talk about that prehelp show because a lot of moms might be thinking wait a second difficult hear asa a say they can come down and try on costumes. >> yes good what do they get to do. >> you can try on costumes, get your very own clown nose good i got one. >> we will help you out, walk you through it, get a free temporary tattoo, meet stars of the show and as i said watch exclusive acts. >> straight from asa, it will be action pack, stay right
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where you are, back to you. >> thanks very much, appreciate it. right now 6:48. time to see what is coming up on cbs this morning. charlie rose joins us from new york with that preview for us, charlie good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erika. we will reveal results of the new cbs poll on the presidential race. we will have that and all of the major news of the the day. plus a closer look at how your government is enlisting hollywood in the fight against isis. also this a reality check on cheese, putting together is what really in your parmesan. this meet the first american woman to complete seven marathons on seven continentness seven days, all that and more, the news is back in a morning and we will see new ten minutes. >> in seven days i'm blown away by that. >> seven days. >> my goodness. >> that is most amazing part of it. it is big day for phillies fans in the only are pitchers and catchers ready to work out
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but to get us ready for the season we are joined by phillies catcher cameron rupp live from clearwater up very extra early. cameron, thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me, erika. it is extra early this morning. >> we know it is nice weather in florida. a lot of new faces in the clubhouse this spring. what has it been like meeting all those new players. >> i think everybody needs a name tag. it is going to be tough for me to remember everybody name but it is exciting. we have a lot of new faces a lot of good things happened in the off season for us. i think we're all ready to go. >> are you exited to see what these new phillies can bring to the ballpark, any new impact players we should look out for. >> i think all of us, we have a lot of young talent that will start getting their feet wet this year. it will be a lot of fun. there will be a lot of energy
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at the ball park and it will be different then what you saw on the felt last year. >> very good, looking forward to that. >> i'm just curious as a catcher what do you do to get ready for the regular season what do you go he through right now. >> i have to learn all these new faces like we talk about earlier. you know, getting to know the new pitchers, what they throw, when they throw, and how they like to pitch. i have got homework that i'm doing, not only while i'm catching them and their bull pen sessions but after just getting to talk to them and getting to know them more and building a relationship. >> last week we saw that big u-haul fan with the kyack, hot dogs, fanatic hot dog launcher. what have you been up to any fun outings yet. >> nothing yet, playing a little bit of golf, been out on the beach, even eyeing this warm weather. i don't think you guys have right now up there but it has
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been fun. the just getting back in to it. being down here seeing all of the guys, we're excited. you don't want to rub it in but it is cold up here. it is all of 32 degrees. that is what you have to welcome you back in a couple weeks. >> no thanks. >> phillies single game ticket go on sale so lay it on us, is what your pitch to go out to the ballpark this season. >> who doesn't want to come the to the ballgame, there will be a lot of excite accounts things to happen, a a lot of new faces to learn. you can expect a lot of different things. a lot of good things to happen. come out and play every night and just start having a lot of fun out there. >> thank you so much for your time. great to he sue cameron. we will be watching you this spring. >> sound good, thanks guys. >> take care. right now 6:51. it looks more like a physical challenge from double dare then an exercise but, floating
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yoga is a real thing and apparently it is quite a work out. so who better to try it out then our very own pat gallen. check this out as he tried his downward dog on a paddle board. >> reporter: yoga is a 2,000 plus year-old practice that encompasses mental, spiritual and other exercise this is different, floating ohio a i will jump in the pool with drexel university, i will be sitting taking part with aquavita first floating yoga studio. thinks the first ceo. >> i have been stand up paddle boarding for six years. i started practicing yoga on it. >> reporter: she's an instructor who says that floating ohio ace for all. >> people who want adventure to try something new, and just want to up their practice. >> reporter: i wanted to up my practice, so i decided to join. >> you want to make sure your center of gravity is over that sweet spot. >> let's do it.
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>> perfect. >> your point of focus should be at typical point of focus. ohio ace all about the the breath. smiles always help make this a little bit easier, inhale, and left, undo the toes, inhale e-mail. look forward. we do need someone to fall in. keep the right foot flexed, you might just want to lift the right heel >> wow. >> that is one of the hardest posts to master on the board
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and you got it your first day. >> put your head in front of the sweet spot of the board. >> that was a really good work out and would i suggest anyone who toss this to try this at least one time. thirty minutes it felt like ten and it was refreshing when i fell in. thanks, guys. >> i'm impressed, well done sir. >> we will be right back with the check of your forecast, katie will let you know which weekend day is better one for
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hot headlines a man is dead after being ambushed and shot in west philadelphia. it happened on the 300 block of south 52nd street. police say that the gunman fired at least six shots from
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a semiautomatic weapon. also, bill cosby is suing, one of his accusers andrea constand. he is alleging breach of contract in regard to the prior confidentiality clause between nine. apple is refusing to comply with the court order to unlock iphone of san bernardino gunman said farouk. company plans to file an appeal of that ruling. right now we will get a last minute of the forecast and another calm day but this weekend is looking so nice. >> especially sat the day because we will see a nice warming trend, warmest day of the pack and nicest day too. this looks good, right. >> absolutely. >> up 28 degrees, sunrise. but it is a pleasant looking day. still chilly outside. outside middletown ship high school, live neighborhood network right now but with that said lets just get right to it. 57 degrees, and perhaps warmer then that, and we will call it partly sunny and tad breezy, and nice day, sunday we might
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see couple showers moving in system nearby. i wouldn't cancel your outdoor plans. >> still enjoying, the photos, taken from space, tweeting them out and sharing another great one from the international space station here. they snow a snow covered region green and blue right there and orange fans and yellow desert. the these captivating images are posted on his twitter page. >> kelly is almost finish with his year long stay in space. he will return to earth next month. we will miss all these great pictures. we saw the storm system, yes. >> he has been there a year almost already. >> i'm sure it felt like a year to him. >> next up on cbs this morning first american woman to complete, so incredible, world marathon challenge. she ran seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. >> that is remarkable good hear from her but first back to the circumstance news south philadelphia with your on own meisha johnson. have a great day.
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