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ukee washington is off this week. "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon is in olde city where this group of children boarded the market frankford line, rahel? >> reporter: nicole, good evening. septa police say these kids were probably on the train for less than 15 minutes and unclear what provoke what you are about to see but the video has been shared more than a thousand times and septa's police chief says it is outrageous. the language is so offensive, we cannot broadcast it. the alleged aggressors so young we cannot show you their faces. >> when you watch that video, as a parent and as a human being, your alarmed to the well than being of those children. >> reporter: video from an incident evening of march 24th that shows who police say are four boys likely just six to seven years old, cursing, hitting and at the one point even spitting at a passenger. police say kids got on at second and market and got off
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at york and dolphin which is about when you hear other passenger asked the adult with the group, if she's going to interest convenient. the alleged victim patrick coyle posted video on facebook and said he started recording after the kid apparently slapped another woman. tuesday, we showed to it some passengers on the market el line. >> i'm taken back, you know, we live in baltimore and, you know certainly we have our share of criminal stuff but i have never seen anything like that with children of that age. >> reporter: and it is exactly that, their young ages that have septa police so concerned, first about identifying, and then finding them. >> this isn't a case where at 6:00 o'clock in the morning when we identify them we will break down the door and dragging them out in little handcuffs. that is not the goal. the goal, to get them help. >> reporter: chief nestel said they have tried to reach the victim several times but they have not heard back. our attempts were also
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unsuccessful. of course, if you do know who these children are the police want to hear from you. reporting from olde city, rahel solomon for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> rahel, thank you. a would be burglary suspect tries to make a getaway but instead gets caught by a cell phone. police in radnor township say ricky weston broke in the home on ashwood road overnight. he allegedly drove off in the family's suv and inside that suv the family's i phone with the find my phone app. now that app showed officers every move weston made as he drove through west philadelphia and on to upper darby where officers were waiting when's arrived. >> it is just amazing when we were pulling up in the block and vehicle is one block over. >> reporter: weston was arrested and police say he dropped his own phone at the home he allegedly burglarized. fbi and philadelphia police department need your help finding a erial bank robber in center city. man caught in these surveillance photos is wanted in connection with three robberies, the beneficial bank on 16th and chestnut, republic
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bank on 16th and walnut and first trust on 15th and market. in each robbery he hand a threatening note to the killer and then gets away with the cash. if you have any information, call the police. police make an arrest in the deadly hit and run, the victim a 16 year-old boy, and a suspect was allegedly turned in by her own niece. new jersey reporter cleve bryan is live in pennsauken, camden county the scene of last night's deadly accident, cleve. >> reporter: well, police say even though the driver, that fatally shot struck 16 year-old quason turner was driving on a suspended license, she made things a lot worse by not sticking around. prayer and tearful embraces marked last day of easter vacation for these pennsauken high school students, after a hit and run driver fatally struck 16 year-old quason turner monday night. >> he was fun, athletic, funny he was creative. he was best friend.
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>> reporter: stewart is quason's older brother who was just one year apart. >> i love my brother, rest in peace. >> reporter: turner was coming home from the friend's house 11:20 when he decided to illegally cross route 130 at forty-ninth street. after jumping a concrete barrier a driver hit him in the southbound lanes and kept going. police are trying to get a vehicle description when they received a 911 call from a young woman who said she was in the the car that hit turner and her aunt was behind the wheel. >> i guess she felt guilty, pedestrian jumped the barrier, and they struck the pedestrian and they just didn't stop. >> reporter: that call led to the arrest of 40 year-old susan hyland from beverly. police say she was trying on a suspended license and tried sneaking out of the back door of the house in camden where they found her and the damaged car. >> i do what the bible tells me to do, pray for them, who wants to use you, or abuse you, in any kind of way and hope that they come through. >> reporter: brent walters
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said he will miss the boy that called him pop pop. le keisha turner is relying on faith to accept the news that her son was gone. >> one of the worst thing you can say to a parent of your baby that he is no longer here and no longer walking through that door. >> reporter: family and friend will hold a vigil for quason turner. now miss hyland is behind bars, on $200,000.01, charged with leaving the scene of the fatal accident and in doing so on a suspended license. live from pennsauken i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cleve, thanks. pennsylvania senator patrick toomey is pushing legislation, that he has authored to deal with drug abuse. >> pennsylvania is hit as badly by this scourge as any other state in the union. the thinks a huge problem. i know it is a problem here in bucks county but it is a problem in every county, in every community. >> in bensalem today senator toomey, a republican held a round table discussion with law enforcement, medical
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officials and a addiction recovery specialist. the senator says that his legislation is bipartisan and will help to cut down on doctor shopping and pain kill's boost. taking a look at the weather a sunny but blustery day and tonight will leave feeling the chill. meteorologist kate bilo is here now and kate, people are wondering just how cold it will get tonight. >> jessica, it will be a chilly night with a clear sky like we have outside right now and wind dying down overnight. that is a recipe for some serious cold and temperatures will be dropping down into the 30's in some spots even the 20's overnight. right now still not feeling too bad out there. wind are strong but it is 57 degrees in philadelphia. fifty-four in reading. fifty-three in allentown. perfect spring day if only we could have dialed those wind back ten or 15 miles an hour. wind are robust this evening, gusting to 33 miles an hour at the moment at the a airport. 37 miles an hour gust in mount pocono. 29 miles an hour win gust right now in reading. the less than what we thought this time yesterday.
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we were in the 40's yesterday, wind speed wide and now wind are slowly backing off but it is a brings, chilly evening for us. the here's what to expect as far as wind is concern. throughout the rest of the evening wind will gust to or above 30 miles an hour. overnight tonight wind northwesterly, gusts not as bad but sustained wind at ten to 20. tomorrow we will get wind direction switch here, wind southwest at five to ten and that is a nice warm breeze that will pick up in the afternoon and will feel nice. what ace head? overnight brisk and chilly. sunny or pleasant for your wednesday but by later in the week toward weekend we will have big changes to tell but as we move from march into april. i will break down when rain gets in the forecast and when it will start feeling chilly for this time of the year, coming up, jessica. >> a portion of the pennsylvania turnpike in bucks county is back opened, hours after this fiery wreck shut down traffic. a tractor trailer crashed and caught fire at the delaware valley interchange around 9:00 . now no one was hurt but the fire closed the westbound toll
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plaza. crews were able to get the scene cleared a little bit before 4:00 this afternoon. final four fever has arrived on the campus of villanova, "eyewitness news" at the university today as the ship. of wildcats final four merchandise showed up to the student store. fans snatching up the guard but they are hoping for a ship. of national championship gear come next week. first up nova needs to get by oklahoma in the final four. well, you could say he is the perfect fit. >> villanova coach jay wright's style really suits the wildcats. >> um-hmm. he also measures up to his coaching count are parts in terms of his wardrobe. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do shows us the tail of the taylor's take. >> reporter: while villanova coach jay wright focuses on march mad gabriel focuses on what he is wearing. >> basketball is great, looking goodies good. >> reporter: in business for 50 years denuncio has had many shines but his work for wright has earned the coach the best
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dressed coach in college basketball. >> he carries himself beautifully. always impeccable, you know, from the first minute of the game until the last seconds, the man stays crisp. >> reporter: sure enough bright will be wearing a costume suit taylor should wildcats take it a all this year. >> i think that they are playing great, and the defense is incredible, the best in the country. they are so tenacious. they will win it. >> reporter: win for the team is a win for denounce ohio getting another case to showcase his, craftmanship on a national level. >> it is a very good feeling especially when the broadcasters are talking about it and they are saying, great, he looks and all. that i say geese, say my name. >> reporter: he does not know which suit wright will wear this weekend but he will call him with a few suggestions. in newtown square i'm trang do for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". our leslie van arsdal will be traveling with jay wright and his suits and team all the way to texas. she will have live reports from houston starting on
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thursday as wildcats prepare for a final four match up. don. >> let's talk about the gear. jay is a sharply dressed man whose team operates with the precision of a taylor. do you see what i did there? oh, yeah, one of the reasons why senior leadership what this run to the final four means for two main stays on the main line, that is later in sports. >> so many times. >> also tonight "eyewitness news" it could be a big roadblock for those hoping to get around for this summer's democratic national convention. will we will tell you why taxi, limo and uber drivers say they may stay off the streets for the big weekend. a big birth the day for one of philadelphia's most popular spots, where they were celebrating and changes you will see this summer. we will be right back.
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well, taxer accounts i and uber black drivers are threatening to boycott the democratic national convention
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in philadelphia this summer. >> philadelphia limousine association issued a statement suggest law make tours address, lyft and uber x services that have been operating illegally in the city since 2014. a spokesmen for mayor kenney says mayor has been calling for regulation of the ride sharing services. uber calls the move by the limousine association, unfortunate. well, franklin square in center city a announced big plans for its tenth birthday. >> the philadelphia chinese lantern festival will light up square for seven weeks starting next month. visitors can expect daily performance, chinese dragon and illuminated flower displays. another birthday gift will make good, excellent use of the park's fountain. >> historic philadelphia, will be creating a permanent fountain show, in our historic olde district for functioning public water fun tane in the united states. >> city is donate ten new trees to be a permanent addition of the park.
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now coming up tonight on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at 11:00 take a ride along with james corden and today's biggest stars. >> do not miss late, late the show car pool karaoke prime type special happening tonight at ten right here on cb. 36789 of course, stick around for "eyewitness news" at 11:00 . ♪ >> break the window. >> yes. >> this is what you will see on "eyewitness news" after james corden, the choir boy who sang for the pope does a classical cross over and goes pop. singer bobby hill grabs his play list and hits road with vittoria woodill tonight at 11:00. >> torey has a great voice. >> she does. >> she does. >> they will have a lot of fun together no doubt. >> you find yourself, sniffling, sneezing, these days. >> yes, it is allergy season. many people are just miserable, right. that brings up a good question, how do you know if it is a cold or allergies? i will have that answer
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tonight at 11:00. we were talking earlier about all of the wind, blowing all of those allergens around for people, and getting in your eyes. >> yes. >> eyes swollen. >> it is definitely that time of the year. my husband has allergies. i don't have them. allergies or cold. i just know. i just know. how do you know. >> yes. >> i will watch tonight. >> absolutely. >> it will be a definite allergy kind of evening and tomorrow as well. wind have been strong all day. we have had gusts over 30 miles an hour. we had gusts over 50 miles an hour in some spots yesterday. got news is overnight tonight and into tomorrow the wind will be dying down. we still have sunshine on the way and then maybe some rain late in the week, that should help allergy sufferers but you will want to have that umbrella close at hand especially late thursday into friday. looking outside right now doesn't get much prettier then that over center city. it is a beautiful evening. the not a cloud in the sky outside right now and just a gorgeous stretch of nice weather, this evening, as we wait until around 7:15 or 7:00 .
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they are getting later ape later. we are gaining two and a half minutes of sunlight every day as we head toward summertime. these days lasting a lot longer. when they are sunny and beautiful no complaints here. take a look at storm scan three no complaint there. things are quiet, skies are clear across the region. no cloud to be found. really we have to zoom way, way out to find our next system which is going over portions of the rockies. a warm front draped across portions of the the dakotas into minnesota and then we have rain, mountain snow moving through colorado and into portions of new mexico and arizona this system will be advancing through the next few days impacting us by late thursday or friday. in the meantime big dome of high pressure keeping things sunny, clear, dry, all across the eastern half of the country. as that high shifts, we will start to warm up and wind will gradually diminish. temperatures up and down this week we are mild yesterday in the 60's. today right about average in the upper 50's. tomorrow is warmer. we will spike 07's briefly on thursday but don't get too used to it.
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it doesn't mean we will stay there we will tumble right back down to near average on saturday and then below average by about ten full degrees, by sunday. so it that is spring roller coaster, we will get into this time of the year when warm air wants to come in but cold air wants to hold its ground and we will get that battle ground. that is what we have this week. temperature averaging jumping well as we head through next couple months. average high for today, is 57. tommy should say april 29th a month from now the average high is 69, and by may 29th the average high is 78 degrees. that will feel fantastic. we had a taste of that back in early march. not looking like anything warmer then the 07's or 80's on the the way for the next few weeks. right now as we wake up tomorrow morning we will see tours drop in the 30's. we will wake up to below freezing in the lehigh valley. far western suburbs, pine barons area of new jersey around freezing as well. the lots of sunshine in the afternoon. warms up quite nicely. the thursday into friday this next system advances.
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thursday a shower late in the day but friday this rain moves through and maybe even some thunder, especially through the first half of the day. it is a a cool start to april. we will warm up on thursday that front comes through on friday and then take a look at that cold bubble of air that spills in for the weekend. overnight tonight we are looking at temperatures in the mid 30's, mainly clear, less windy. tomorrow mostly sunny, pleasant not a lot of win, 60 degrees a perfect spring day, thursday's warm, watch for late day shower, friday a wet one and then it gets colder. temperatures will drop down by ten's here. sunday may not the get past the 40's. going down by ten's. >> craving warm weather. >> i am too. >> it needs to get here soon, not that it is your fault. >> yes. "cbs evening news" is just minutes away. >> scott pelley joins us with a look ahead, scott. >> here's the "cbs evening news" tonight, was it an assault on the campaign trail? donald trump's manager is charged with battery, after an altercation with a reporter.
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plus president obama's new effort to tackle a growing drug epidemic in america. and this man foiled a plot, to commit a mass shooting. we will have his story tonight on the "cbs evening news".
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don's back, we have discussed gq jay. >> yes. >> now we can move to the players. >> most of the guys, yes, go ahead, i wish they were playing like tonight. i want to play already. he has a baby face, innocent smile. he has the kind of jump shot that will break an opponent's will, villanova a guard ryan arcidiacono is shooting 58 percent from three in the nc double a a tournament. ryan and dan you'll ochefu make up a lethal tandem of veterans. ochefu was brilliant. it keeps teams honest in the paint. two are heading to the final four for the first time.
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>> this is a great feeling, just extremely blessed to be in this position for myself, my fellow seniors, our whole team and the program, the university, definitely great to be back here. >> it is unbelievable, something that i have dreamed of. i am just going to try to embrace the moment and try to keep playing and finish my college career. >> it that is time of the year for flyers. every game is the biggest game of the year. they are tied with detroit for final playoff spot with seven games left to play. light voluntary practice for fly guys today. they are off after beating winnipeg. tomorrow they will host the washington capitols the best team in hockey but dave hakstol is keeping the focus on these guys. >> we are he's worried about ourselves and taking care of ourselves, you know, getting ourselves ready and prepared and we will do that. it is a big challenge, big test against a great team but again, we will worry about ourselves and we will be ready
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to play. >> let's be honest, sixers are shorthanded, even when they are the at full strength. tonight the with jeremy grant and nerlens noel nursing injuries they will try to snap a nine game losing streak. tip off against charlotte in south philadelphia in 35 minutes. a big welcome to dax spiker, he was introduced as new head basketball coach at drexel. he comes to philadelphia after spending seven years at army. coach k, bobby knight and spiker are only coach toes win 65 games at the academy. he replaces the fired bruiser flint. >> bruiser. >> welcome, welcome. wig five hoops, i know that he will. >> all right, don. hopefully they can play more basketball. >> yes. >> we will
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we have been following eagles as they have eggs in their nest in york county thane monday one of the eggs hatched. >> baby eagle was born just after 8:00. there were two eggs in the nest, so far second one has not yet hatched. the nest is in the town of hanover and the pennsylvania gaming commission provides camera for all to see so happy birth the day to that baby eagle and hopefully it will have a sibling very soon. >> very sweet. >> thanks so much for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00, "eyewitness news" returns at ten on our sister station wpsg the cw philly and we will be back here on cbs-3 at 11:00. up next, "cbs evening news". tonight her career spanned six decade from television stardom to the silver screen after life and talents of the legendary path i duke. from new york here now is scott pelley.
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>> pelley: the front-runner says the charge against his campaign manager is trumped up. >> he was very, very seriously maligned and i think it's very unfair. >> pelley: also tonight, the president takes aim at the heroin epidemic, and we'll show you a program that's working. an alert gun shop owner may have stopped a massacre. >> the look in his eye, i'm-- i mean, he just-- there was something about him. there was definitely something about him. >> pelley: and we'll remember former television and film star patty duke. patty duke. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: this evening, donald trump says he stands by his campaign manager, corey lesk


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