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i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas, lauren and meisha keeping ion things this morning, lawyer never for katie. meisha, what's going on? >> roads are looking good. a loft construction, casino of like the theme lately. yes, other than that, looking good. no problems in the weather department, love it, steve our weather producer taking a nap, just nothing to do. >> just kidding. he's always busy. but a beautiful day in store. we've been on this sunday i stretch it, will continue through the day today, through the upcoming weekend, you know i'm just kidding, steve. you're always working hard back there. i put him on assignment to make a meteor graph inning, he is definitely working hard, 42 degrees in center city, little bit of dawn in the scene there, getting live look at center city philadelphia. winds are calm right now, so with the chilly temperature at least don't have windchill impact. do have frost advisory in effect for the next cup old of hours, expires at 8:00 this morning, don't be too surprised if you wake to up frosty windshield this morning, temperatures are conducive to some of the frost formation. 35 degrees, in allentown, at
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42 in philly, 37 in reading and 34 degrees in atlantic city but in your hour by hour forecast, temperatures are going to be cruising up to 57 degrees by the 11:00 hour, bright sunshine, takes us all throughout the day. sticking middle 60s, 64 degrees by the 3:00 hour. across the region today, beautiful day in store, although, it will be a little bit cooler down the shore, east wind, keeping high temperatures in the middle 50's. but i think anywhere you're cross the region, meisha, a can't complain about this beautiful sunny weather. it is lovely. >> oh, it is beautiful. definitely a day to get outside. thanks so much, lauren. good morning, everyone, hammy friday to you. tgif. schuylkill, taillights moving in the eastbound direction, past belmont, what you are looking at a a lot of brake lights, make note of that, certainly starting to hit our normal groovy would say for the 6:00 hour. ninety-five path south cottman, take a look at this, very, very slow moving, already 6:00 on a friday, i would say, this is a little heavier than what we typically see at 6:00 on a friday, monday through wednesday, not so muchment on friday i would say so. make note of.
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>> this give yourself couple every extra minutes, extra time, leaving the doorway today you need it. construction broad street between jfk and spring garden, they are just picking up the cones now, that right lane was compromised like i said, just moving those now, but still take it easy because you are dealing with some uneven pavement around that area. okay, we've got some downed wires from earlier accident, upper dublin, make note of. >> this blair mill road closed, and it is closed between witmer road and welsh rd. you will have to use an alternate there is will be it, dresher road will be the best bet for now, also construction on kelly drive, that's all clear, but take it easy here, as well, because again, you you will dealing with uneven pavement, over to you. >> thank you, the cosby case heads back to court today, this time, federal judge expected to rule on several key lawsuits. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo picks this story up live outside the federal courthouse in center city. good morning, jan. >> happening today, if educational court judge will hear three different issues, the first two have to do with 2006 secrecy clause, and civil
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lawsuit, both bill cosby, and one of his accusers, andrea con stand, the other party, violated that agreement. now, the third issue has to do with former district attorney bruce castor. >> bill cosby, back in the spotlight today. happening this afternoon a federal court judge is set to be weighing three separate issues. former temple employee and cosby accuser andrea wants to avoid seek rosary klaus surrounding the 2006 civil settle. the lawsuit cosby filed against her, her mother and her lawyer, alleges they violated that secrecy agreement by cooperating with officials who reopened her criminal complaint last year. con stand's attorney says cosby is simply using the courtesies tell to try to intimidate witnesses. the judge is also hearing motions in con stand's defemation suit against former montgomery county district attorney, bruce castor. castor declined to arrest cosby in 2005 when con stand alleged cosby sexually
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assaulted her, now says she is enhancing her story while filing suit. meantime, bill cosby has denied any wrong-doing. this hearing is expected here in federal court today, right around 2:00 this afternoon. reporting live in old sit, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news" jim, brooke, back into you. >> one person is recovering from this fire in the city's logan section. the fire broke out inside a rowhouse around 11:30 last night on the 4500 block of marvine street. flames spread to three homes before firefighters could get it under control. so far no word on the cause. >> in campaign 2016, hillary clinton leans bernie sanders by 6% for the democratic nomination, according to a new cbs news poll. last night, the two met on stage, just days before the new yorkers cast their ballot. jamie yuccas has the fiery debate. >> one of the most heated observe changes of the night when bernie sanders and
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hillary clinton sparred over the issue of income inequality. >> i am sure a lot of people are very surprised to learn that you supported raising the minimum age to 15 bucks an hour. >> now, wait a minute. i have stood on the debate stage with senator sanders, and i've said the exact same thing. >> senator, please. >> google says the vermont senator was the most searched and most followed can't date of the night n1 instance he pounces on clinton after monday rate ores pressed her to release the transcripts of her paid wall street speeches. >> if everybody agrees to do it, because there are speeches for money on the other side, i know that. >> i am going to release all of the transcripts of the speeches that i gave on wall street behind closed doors. there were no speeches. >> the steaks are high for sanders and clinton here in new york with 247 delegates on the line. both candidates are vowing to fight all the way to the
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convention. >> i think we will win this nomination, to tell you the truth. >> a win for clinton in the state would make it mathematically difficult for sands tears catch up. party leaders say now is the time to come together. >> i believe hillary clinton's going to win, and i believe there will be unity. >> the next big prize for democrats is pennsylvania, where 210 delegates are at steak. >> shows how democrats establishing up against the republicans in possible november general election matchups. hillary clinton has a ten-point lead over republican frontrunner donald trump. but clinton holds just a three-point lead over ted cruz, and trails john kasich by six points. however, bernie sanders beats all of the republican candidates. he holds the 17-point lead over donald trump, 12-point lead over ted cruz, five-point lead over john kasich. the republican candidates met at a gop gala in manhattan last night to plea for their party's support. coming up 6:30, how trump's
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gop opponents are still courting new york voters. >> vice president joe biden is heading to the vatican in the fight to cure cancer. biden? travel to vatican city neck week to talk about the new cancer moon shop program. president obama announced the creation of the national program in january. on april 28th, biden will discuss the program before members of the pontiff call council. the vice president lost his 46 year old son, beau biden, to cancer just last may. >> brave little boy gets honored in a super way. >> well, many boys dream of being superheros, seven year old dj has earned his case. the young boy survived a brain tumor, and to pass the time while recovering, he made personalized key chains for his heroes at the mt. holly police department. yesterday, the department thanked him by throwing him a superhero pizza party. >> what's it take to be a superhero?
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>> it takes guts. i made key chains and of the colors of the cop cars. >> couldn't be prouder of him or the mt. holly police department for all of this. he's been an inspiration to me. he's my hero now. >> very refreshing, to have somebody so young, to come and embrace the police department as he does. >> you can buy one of darian's key chains on his facebook page, gives money to the charities that help him. we have all of the information on our website >> good story. >> i love how he's cuddling his dad, so sweet. >> nice stuff. still ahead on eye cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning, deadly earthquake rocks japan. hundreds are injured. many are still trapped. see the damage and what is hampering rescue effort. >> plus, dangerous teens. find out how their sleeping lab coats lead to risky behavior and health problems. >> and it looks like a scene from planet of the apes. a chimp escapes his new and
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>> we're been playing that tsongas morning show, it is called here's to the sunrise. >> yes, i love it. >> it is catch. >> i very catchy. >> we thought so. so, while we track down the bands, it turns out, they're local. kicking sunrise from washington township, new jersey, and they're here in our studios this morning, getting set up to play that
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song here's to the sunrise, we'll play it just for you. that's joe, matt, mark and ryan. >> these guys have a great sound, coming up soon in just a few minute, couldn't be more excited to partner with them for our morning show music. now, as you can see, they're kind of jamming out little bit, still setting up, getting things in check, but we'll get back with them a little later and hear the whole song, trust me, you don't want to miss it. their performance in our studios last week make me down. >> and i've been playing it every day. so good is speaking every sunday rise, should be beautiful one this morning. >> lauren says there is lots of sunshine on tap, flight. >> yes, a lot of sunshine on tap. i love that we have a little ban. i didn't even know they were next-door, music to get you going on this early friday morning. the sun is coming up, getting the day start, nice looking scene, checking in on neighborhood network, palmyra cove nature park, tac-pal bridge, little action getting going there, cars, traffic, starting to pick up, everyone getting awake, little going toy start us off.
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temperatures didn't really help right now anyway. 31 degrees in millville. 34 degrees in cherry hill. 34 degrees in pemberton. really everywhere you look temperatures are chill think morning, you need that coat, maybe even hat. 32 degrees right now in mt. holly. and as we move northbound, 32 degrees at the freezing mark in quakertown and 35 in allentown. but, with clear sky conditions, storm scan3, confirm that for us, if returns on the radar, not even satellite imagery picking up anything, there are no clouds to see, perfect viewing conditions, for our meteor shower, meteor shower begins tonight, april 16, and run through the 25th, peak on the 23rd, and 24th. could you see around ten to 20 meteors per hour. so something to look out for, very cool, over the next several night we'll have nice clear sky conditions, perfect for viewing, although the moon might interrupt little bit with the brightness, but that's okay. sunshine it will be bright today. 65 degrees, northeast wind, turn over to east around 5 miles per hour, sunrise just ten minute away tonight clear sky conditions, chilly down to
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42 agree, sunset is at 7:40. and as we look ahead in your seven day forecast, 67 degrees, as we head into tomorrow, bright sunshine, up to 72 by sunday, and a perfect spring weekend in store. our warmth peaks monday at 77 degrees, bit cool near tuesday, but that's still very mild, six of degrees, 64 our coolest of the next seven days, and not a shower to see. >> love it. >> yes, that's gorgeous. all right, you guys, well, traffic certainly starting to heat up this morning watch we mainly have been dealing with is construction, a lot moved out of the way, new project, also, some updates on mass transit. had couple every accident this morning, two of which have now been cleared, one still lingering around out there. take a look outside. starting to see that sun come up. it will look absolutely gorgeous here. a lot of times you mover in the eastbound direction, you will want to peak your sunglasses because that sun up sun glare can certainly slow you down little bit. shear look at the schuylkill, tail light moving in the eastbound direction, approaching the conshohocken curve and you can see some
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brake lights starting to go off. you can also see the volume levels starting to deal with now moving into the 6:00 hour, of course we'll see that only grow as we move toward that 7:00, new jersey, 42 freeway northbound at creek road, this is what you are looking at as you approach 29a volume levels yes indeed, still traveling the a miles per hour, slow moving, in fact, just looking at camera shot 15 minute ago right around girard, very slow moving there, so might want to leave your homes little early in the area. let's look at mass transitment west trenton line under construction, shuttle bussing through june from these three stations, west trenton, yardley, wood born, make note, also, make sure to check your schedules on line, that's going to be where you find all of the updated information, also construction, pa turn peak westbound at new jersey connector bridge, that left lane is still blocked. and also, we have some more downed wires from earlier accident in upper dublin, may get to that in about 15 minute, jim, back over to you. >> thank you very much, meisha. we're going into some breaking
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news here, looking at big fire burning through several row homes in jersey city, new jersey, you can see the flames have already spread to four homes there fires try to get the under control. >> so far there are no word on any injuries. but, we will keep following this fire in jersey sit. look at that smoke. i hope everyone is okay. >> again, jersey city in north jerseyment following this through the morning. >> meanwhile, in other news, the city of philadelphia marks jackie robinson day today with a celebration in the west park side section of the sit. >> i sit already apologized for its treatment of robinson when he broke baseball color barrier in 1947. today's observance will be at the philadelphia stars negro league memorial park on belmont avenue. all major leaguers wear robinson's number 42 today. >> still ahead, why some say sleepy teens are dangerous teens. >> plus, incredible video from japan, where a baby was pulled from the rubble of a powerful
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in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us. >> after shocks continue to rock japan after magnitude six-point a quake struck the island nation. cameras inside a news room show the violent shake being, panic resident, ran into the streets, so far, nine people confirmed dead, nearly 800 more are hurt, 44,000 people
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are still head today safety at this hour. >> the quake shook just before 9:30 local time. gas fueled fire sparked late into the night, early morning, and the huge boulders tumbled from a historic cast em, into the street. >> and yet after all of that devestation, the sign of hope, as nearly 100 after shocks rattled the country. rescuers managed to free an infant from the collapsed rubble after home, the eight month olds girl was taken to a waiting ambulance, and she will be okay. >> well, parents, listen up. research shows teens who are tired are more likely to engage in risky behavior. study released last week by the centers for disease control and prevention found sleepy teens often text while driving, or drink and drive, if they don't get nine hours of shut-eye. other concerns for sleepy teens include obesity, depression, and accidents. >> nearly quarter of traffic accidents involve cell phones. now those startling statistics are many prompting new york law makers to push new tool
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called the textlyzer. held hand device that can detect if you've been texting or talking during a crash, use of the device falls under evan's law named after 19 year old evan lieberman, he died in head on collection with a distracted driver back in 2011. evan's law just a bill now, but if it passes new york would be the first state to use that technology. >> up next, more news making headlines in our local newspapers this morning. >> plus, quite a day for some utility workers, when a chimp escapes the zoo and lungs at them from the telephone wires. see how the drama unfolded, and lauren, just some company over in the weather center today, right? >> yes. getting extra help in the cbs-3 weather center from our weather watcher lynn from cherry hill, giving us good wet their will persist into the upcoming weekend, talking about sunny stretch, even warmer temperatures, by sunday, and i'll have all of the details coming up next.
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>> newspaper headlines. >> from the press of atlantic city, large fire with damage to the aspen green community. the fire on sharp road caused roof to collapse. the homeowners were out at the time of the fire. luckily. >> the delaware county daily
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times reports on a partnership in pre serving two delco parishes, worshippers at saint charles borromeo church in drexel hill and sacred hard church in clifton heights will operate as partners under one pastor and one administration, beginning in june. in the burlington county times, us a ten and zachary of pemberton had great surprise waiting for them at school yesterday afternoon. it was an unexpected reunion with their dad. master sergeant jeremy is back from six month tour of duty in kitar. >> that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> meanwhile, the subject of a wild high wire chase is back in his habitat this morning. >> but cha-cha the chimp had some fun on the loose. cha cha cha escaped from his wife wildlife park. he scaled utility pole. crews eventually sedated the chimp and took him back home, but cha-cha turned some heads, with his aerial activity. >> poor cha-cha.
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the weather was nice, he wanted to go out and just explore little bit. leave the monkey alone. >> it is dangerous up there, though. >> i know, well, you never nope. >> never know? >> well, coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", major on line retailer, housing the homeless. >> plus, have you flown out of philadelphia international airport lately, chances are you've gotten stuck in long security lines. well, that back up is causing a record number of people that missed their flight. find out what tsa has to say about it. >> when we come back. >> republican presidential court donors in new york and john kasich picks up notable endorsementment aim don champion at the cbs broadcast center with the latest from the republican race for the white house coming up. >> we have some construction and sunshine slowing you down. also downed wires, changes to mass transit. all of that coming up. first we'll take a quick break, stay right where you are, cbs-3 great price on this boneless chicken! yeahno bones about [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices.
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. we are waking to up frost advisory this morning. but then we soar into the 60s with lots of i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. it is 6:30, time to get you caught up this friday morning. here's what you need to know in your morning minute. >> secretary clinton was busy giving speeches, with $225,000 a speech. >> democratic debate got heated fast. >> it may be inconvenience, but it is always important to get the fact straight. >> a key endorsement for donald trump at the new york post supporting the republican front runner. >> if donald trump is the nominee, hillary clinton wins. if i'm the nominee, we beat hillary. >> one of villanova's biggest fans gets the surprise of his life from the ncaa national champions. >> low and behold ryan arcidiacono and daniel ochefu are in blaze's playhouse. and i think blaze, his
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reaction, something that we'll never forget. >> holding on, shots, scores. >> there the capitols take on, shutting out the flyers two-nothing. >> and it got even worse, too, sean was injured in the game. and could actually be out for the rest of the series. >> flyers will hit the ice again tomorrow night. go flyers. >> well, now let's head over to the weather center, lawyer then with some company this morning. good morning. >> yes, good morning, we have some very special company, one of the cbs-3 weather watchers, lynn from cherry hill, in with us, in the weather center this morning, helping us out, she hems us out all the time by submitting reports. lynn, why did you want to be weather watcher? >> i grew up on the west coast, weather rather boring out, there so once i moved here and i saw the four seasons, thunder and lightning storms, i just became fast natured. >> thank you so much, and your reports are so important us to, providing us ground truth of what's actually going on
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across the delaware valley, what you are seeing, rainfall measurement, snowfall, hopefully we won't have any more snowfall measurement, but if you are interested in becoming a weather watcher hit to -- head to cbsphilly.comment sign up. very easy process. we love your reports, thanks so much lynn for being with us here today. beautiful start to the day. the sun is up. 42 degrees, though, not feeling so beautiful. but, as the sun continues to warm us, temperatures will really start to soar over the next couple of hours, but chilly right now, a lot of three's across the region, 35 degrees allentown, 37 right now in reading, but at least, we do not have a windchill impact, winds calm to light across the area, will have light winds all throughout the day today. that sunshine is really going to warm us up by the lunch hour feeling goodment you can lose the winter coat. 59 degrees, by noon, 64, by the 3:00 hour. and for the upcoming weekends, beautiful conditions, persisting, gradual warming trend into tomorrow, 67 degrees, and by sunday, meisha, a up to 72 degrees, with a lot of sunshine.
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>> that's going to be gorgeous. thank you so much. lauren, bringing the great news on a friday morning, good morning, everyone, just waking up with us on the roadways, thing starting starting to heat. expect it about 6:30, will only increase pushing toward our main hour of the rush hour. also updates on mass transit. we get to those in just a moment. right now what you are looking at, a look at the boulevard, moving in the southbound direction. plenty of headlight out there moving in the southbound direction. then once you get off the boulevard, and on to the schuylkill, this is you what looking at. the schuylkill westbound at city avenue. very slow moving now. and of course, it is only 63:00 on a friday. i would say this is fairly typical for monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday's and friday's, typically it eases up just little bit. i would say it started early today. so headed out of your homes up might opportunity leave maybe few minute early might not be bad idea. broad street, northbound side between jfk boulevard and spring garren, earlier in the morning both directions, now it is the northbound side. make note that far. the right lane.
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mass transit for those every you taking mass transit. take a look, west trenton line under bussing, shuttle bussing on the weekend. going on through june from the three stations. west trenton, yardley, wood born stations, so, you can always check your schedules on line, they'll have all of the updated information for you, brooke, back over to you. >> i'll take it, thanks, meisha a federal judge expected to rule on few lawsuits today between bill cosby and one every his accusers andrea, both accuse the other of violating 2006 privacy clause in their settle. n today's hearing a judge will decide which evidence can be used in the case, and hear motions on the lawsuit cosby filed against accuser, andrea, her mother, and her attorney. andrea also suing former montgomery county district attorney bruce castor for defemation. campaign 2016, two key endorsement for republicans, new new york post is supporting trump, kasich getting end dollsment of former new york governor george poe at that time i. as don champion reports, all three candidate spoke at last
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night's gala while hundreds protested outside. >> in the city he calls home, last night done al trump praised new york's response to nine 9/11 at a state gop gala. >> as the city, we showed the world the very, very best in terms of bravery and heart and soul that we have in america. and these are the values that we need to make america great again. >> the remarks a thinly swaled swipe at rifle ted cruz, who questioned so-called new york values on the campaign trail. >> outside the event hundred cents of people protested trump's immigration stands, earlier in the day, cruz campaigned in buffalo, where he maintained the gop is rallying behind him. >> if donald trump is the nominee, hillary clinton wins. hillary beats trump by double digits f i'm the nominee we beat hillary clinton. >> thursday john kasich pick up endorsement of george
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pataki. told the new york gop there is a lot at steak in this election. >> we're just not going to lose the white house. there is a very good chance your senate majority leader will be the den at minority leader. >> the latest cbs news poll shows kasich is the only republican who can beat hillary clinton in november. don champion, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> president obama set to give the commencement address, will offer graduate his advice on graduation day, may 15th, rutgers. ceremony will be at pie point solution stadium in piss katow way. more than 50,000 people are expected to attends, it is one of three commencement speeches the president will make this spring. >> if you are planning some get away sometime, some get away sometime soon, may want to give yourself extra time at the airport. that's because new report shows the security wait times are getting longer while the number of tsa screeners shrinking. some passengers at philadelphia international
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airport say wait add hour, doing their best to accommodate the problem in the security line, like an hour. in the security line. it look like they were just slow. >> we know the line may look long, but many lanes, so even though the line looks long, may not be as daunting as it appears to go. >> agency officials say they hope to have more screeners as we head into summer. >> delta airlines dishing one of its fees, many travelers are probably happy about t customers who want to speak to human while booking flights can now do it for free. in the past, delta charged travelers $25 per ticket, for booking over the phone, and $35 when buying at the airport. well, dangerous products that may be in and around your home. here's information you need to know in this week's "3 on your side" recall rounds up. >> ♪ >> first up, 3,000 golf putty gps fans being recalled, the
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charging ports can produce electrical charge to expose skin, two customers already burned. the recall involves golf buddy bb5, golf gpsled bands. they operate as pedometer, distance monitor, watch and come pre-loaded with golf course information. they've been sold at golf shops and on-line since last april for 250 bucks. stop using the wrist bands, and contact golf buddy, for instructions on how to update the units, with the latest firm wear. next up: fine foods recalling refrigerated salads in 29 states, after possible listeria contamination, salads sold under different names at stores like wal-mart, safe way. affected products have use by date ranging from april 27th to may 16th of this year, and are always followed by a stamped number ten. return the salads to the place of purchase for a refund. finally, testify la mott
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ores recalled suv's this week, after the auto maker test show the third row seats could snap forward in a crash. says bottle x own kearse continue using the vehicle, but passengers shouldn't sit in the third row seat while the car is in motion until it is repaired. tezsla says it will take five weeks to make parts available for repairs. customers will be notified when the parts are available. and, that is this week's recall rounds up. for more information visit or follow me on facebook and twitter. >> great information there, thanks a lot, jim. >> the weather will be perfect this weekend to visit a national park specially if he starting tomorrow. national park service turning 100 years old, and they waived all entrance fees as part of national park week. only a third of the 411 national parks actually have entrance fees, but those that do tend to be the biggest attractions. talking like the grand canyon. >> that's good to know. >> well, also something good to know, homeless people in seattle will soon have a home
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thanks to amazon. >> the company has offered up one of its buildings to house the homeless after the city has declared a state of emergency on this. >> the building, not the one you see here, was most recently being used as college dorm, but now empty. amazon is planning to tear it down in 2017, but before demolition, the company will work with non-profit to use it as a shelter for 200 people. >> well, up next, a rough start to the playoffs for the flyers. >> plus, young villanova fan gets the surprise of a lifetime. we're going to show you how two stars from the winning basketball team proved they are champs on and off the course. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> the band kicking sunrise is here to perform their hit song that is also now the theme song of our new morning show. we'll get to know the guys and in this up and coming local ban, and hear the whole song
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in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us.
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flyers are playing the top team in the nhl in the opening rounds of the stanley cup playoffs. flyers lost to sean, with upper body injury, last night in washington. reports say he could miss the rest of the series. flyers also lost the hockey game, two-nothing, they try to even the playoff series tomorrow night in d.c. >> meanwhile, the villanova basketball team continues to wow fans on and off the court where the team's biggest and possibly youngest fans get the
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surprise of a lifetime. >> ♪ v for villanova ♪ >> that's four year old blaze davis of havertown. he was recently diagnosed with cancer while playing in his new villanova theme playhouse to surprise visitors showed up. that star players ryan arcidiacono and daniel ochefu. fresh off their ncaa championship win. the emotional video now going viral. >> i think blaze's reaction, is something that we will never forget. key were completely surprised about the whole thing, this exceeded our expectations. >> just kind of excited. excited for everything. we were more excited who was there, he would be excited for anybody that was there. >> contractor who designed the playhouse helped surprise the family and i'm continually impressed by ryan and daniel. >> what's ryan's last name? >> i've been massacring that name. i had to apologize last week
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during the parade. >> no, you're good. >> hey, lauren, how is the weather looking? >> it is good. that's why i stick to weather so i don't have it pronounce these things, just sunny, that's what we can pronounce over the next few days, nice sunny stretch. weather watchers up earl which us giving us report this morning. there are some chilly temperatures across delaware valley to wake up to. twenty's in fact, 28 degrees, right now, at mary ann's house in browns mills, new jersey, she says sunshine in full effect right now with the 28 degrees, beautiful day ahead, now that the sun is up. temperatures are going to be warming up very quickly, we will have the light wind today, so really promote that radiational heating with the sunshine around, we will check in another 20 degrees reading on the board, 29 degrees at christopher's house in saint david's, pennsylvania, he says sunny skies as well. oh, we have picture here. let's see. if i can blow it up there, oh, that's nice. some dogwood trees blooming, gorgeous picture there, nice sign of a spring, we do need some april showers of course to promote our may flowers.
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but we are really not going to have any in the forecast. as we head into the neck several days, and for this morning, no showers in the forecast, but a touch of frost, frost advisory in effect for the entire area. for about the next hour, hour and a half, it expires at 8:00. temperatures are conducive to frost formation, 35 degrees right now in allentown, 42 degrees our current temperature in philadelphia. we're at 35 in trenton, but storm scan3 showing us a bunch of nothing. couple of clouds, way down toward virginia and the caroline's, high pressure in control, and it will stay that way, something we call an owe mega block is going to be in control over the next several days. so it keeps our areas of low pressure, those are the storm makers, off at the distance, high pressure in control, nice ridging, also, will promote a gradual warming trend, as we heed into the next several days, and for today, 65 degrees, your high temperature, sunny skies, nice light winds out of the east at around 5 miles per hour, over night tonight, looking chilly once again, bring the jacket along if you are headed out and about on the town,
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42 degrees, eventual overnight low. then beautiful conditions as we head into the upcoming weekend. sunny skies, saturday, sunday, meisha, a up to 72 degrees on sunday. and then 77 on monday. my might and good day to maybe play some hooky. but i'm not suggesting that. >> you would never do that. lauren, i know we need the rain, so glad it is in the in our forecast, so glad we're seeing this instead. take a look at this, delaware county 95 north, 452, that sunshine, that is going to cause some slow-downs in some areas, especially for those every you traveling in the eastbound direction. but, overall, that sunshine is just going to be a very quick and easy mood lifter for most of us. looking good all the way up to the airport there. vine ramp to the schuylkill, you can see, casino of what we are working with right now, actually looking pretty darn good. i will say. a lot of the areas starting to slow down, mainly i would say, the schuylkill, and 95, the vine, the ramp to the schuylkill looking good. broad street, jfk, spring garn earn, cones in place blocking
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right lane. worlds of mass transit, you're going to want to board from the eastbound platforms, fifth to 15th, for market frankford line, experiencing some delays because of a medical emergency and also, construction on west trenton check your schedules on line. brooke, jim, i know you are in the house with a very special band. >> indeed, good news, excited to introduce to you new band, kicking sunrise. >> not only are they fabulous, but they are local. these guys are from washington township, right? oh, and we're thrilled to announce our casino of special partnership with them. >> indeed. they have a song called here's to the sunrise, it fit perfectly with our show. we're going to let you philadelphia international airport a few minutes. first we under want to introduce all of the members of the bands. lead singer? >> joe murphy from washington township new jersey. >> and joe had who else do we have here. >> mat boss being from washington township, mark, on drums, see him back here. we got ryan hornbrooke on base
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and lead vocals, as well. >> great to have you guys here today. >> it is. >> so excited. >> so ryan, you know, we red your bio, checking up on you guys, we talk to you a little bit. and i hear you have pretty cool story. how long have you been performing? >> performing just the last couple of years. i was always a behind the scenes kind of guy, grew up with music, my father, so we had home studio, so i always just chilled in the garage or the basement and made whatever you wanted to. but just recently i went with these guys and they kind of brought me out of my shell. and it has been a wild ride but i came a long way in the last three years, but it has been fun, it is a great time. >> name of the band is kicking sunrise, how did you guys come one that name? >> i owe that to luke bosco, he actually camp with the name. we heard it, we were just like this just fits us perfectly. >> kick the sunrise, party all night. feel good. jam, feel good vibes all around. >> shout out to luke this morning. >> yes, how long have you all been together? >> we have been together for three years. little over three years. >> little over three years,
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yes. >> all right. >> now, do you write all your own music? >> yes, we do. >> you do. >> we have own albumn out on itunes. >> i just bought it. >> thank you. >> i too, support the band. >> thank you. >> yes, out on itunes, spotify, digital download site. >> well, let's hear the song. we will get out of the way. >> do you want jim? >> just in case? >> lead singer, yes. no. >> here's to the sunrise, right? >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> three to go. >> federal judge expected to rule on lawsuits of bill cosby and andrea con stand today, both accuse the other of violating 2006 privacy clause in their settle: andrea also suing former montgomery county district attorney, bruce castor, for defemation. >> and new cbs news poll finds
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hillary clinton would beat donald trump and ted cruz, but would lose to john kasich. the pole find bernie sanders would beat all 3gop candidates. >> and as jackie robinson day, all major league letters wear robinson 42, in addition, the city of philadelphia, will apologize its treatment of robinson back in 1947. >> that's three to go. >> last check on weather and traffic. >> all right, not much to talk about today. another round every sunday shine, up to 65 degrees, the weekend ahead is gorgeous. sunny skies, 67 on saturday, 72 by sunday, perfect. >> yes, sure is. thanks so much, lauren. taking a look at 95 south at cottman, looking busy, but i will say it is holding steady now. just awe while ago it heated up to that, now holding steadiment look at the sun glare, what you are dealing with, make sure to pack the sunglasses, same thing on the ben franklin bridge. >> thank you, next on cbs this morning, how i max wants to revolutionize the world of fit fest. >> before we leave this morning, let's listen one more tike to kicking sunrise and their hit song, we love it,
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