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tragedy on the the busy new jersey roadway, a pedestrian accident leaves a teenager dead, coming up, what police are saying about the the crash that closed down this highway, for hours, overnight. also ahead, neighbors say they heard screams, police say a young woman was abduct, sexually assaulted and held captive for hours, we are live with the latest on this story that has a local neighborhood on edge. and the push is on for primary day in pennsylvania and delaware, candidates are spending part of the weekend campaigning in our weekend. it is sunday, april 24th i'm rahel solomon. it is expect to be a beautiful day if you can get out there
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and enjoy it meteorologist justin drabick joining us now. >> yesterday morning, yesterday afternoon felt like completely different days. i was asleep and felt like i sleep through the day. >> then you woke up in the afternoon an it was all night. >> then too nice and then i had to go back to bed. >> we will start to finish see the sunshine. different story is temperatures. pretty chill think morning. you have to break out heavier coast. we are waking up to 30's in the colder suburbs with you we will have a lot of sunshine and late april, that sunnies strong so that will warm things up. let's check it outside right not, clear skies, 46 degrees at philly international. we have north winds at ten. we have a wind chill. the it feels like lower 40's around philadelphia but the suburbs, may feel like the lower 30's. maybe upper 20's when you get stuck in the wind gusts. forty in allentown. thirty-nine in reading. mid 40's in interior south jersey and dover, delaware. we will zoom into some suburbs, quakertown checking in at 36 degrees, and this
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hour, north wind will continue today, shifting maybe more to the northwest, around ten to 15 miles an hour. that just reenforcees cooler but pleasant air mass, all that humidity we had over past couple daises gone. looking at storm scan three it is quiet. big difference compared to this time yesterday. good travel, across the region today. check it out no matter where you are from the mountains all the way down to the shore we're in good shape. full sunshine 68 for the high in philadelphia, near 60 along the shore and poconos and then get ready for some real big time warmth coming at us over next few days and we will break down that forecast in a few minutes, back to you. justin, thank you. a pedestrian is struck and killed on route 42 in gloucester county. investigators tell us a teenage boy between the age of 14 and 16, was hit by a vehicle will in the southbound lanes of the washington township. the accident, closed route 42 southbound for a while during the investigation, now we are working to learn if the driver, remained at a the
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scene. police are looking for a man who abduct and sexually assaulted a woman in west philadelphia. investigators say she was held captive for 11 hours. "eyewitness news" reporter anita amount h is live out identify special victims unit the with the latest on the investigation, what can you tell us. >> reporter: good morning, rahel. it was a vicious crime. that suspect is still at large this morning. thirty he lisa accused him of forcing a 20 year-old woman at gunpoint into his car where they say he physically and then sexually assaulted her. police say it happened around 4:00 a.m. yesterday morning, on forty-seventh and lancaster, that is where police say that the man held the woman begins her will, binding her with duct tape before assaulting her. police describe the car as a black sedan with the trash bag covering the rear driver's side window. would the man was able to escape from that car around 11 hours later on the 5700 block of larchwood avenue. one cobbs creek neighbor
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describes what happened next. >> i was coming home and she had told me that she saw a girl, bloody face, just a shirt and duct tape on her angles. she had been beaten up and gone through a lot. >> reporter: again, there is still no arrest, police are looking for a black man around 23 with dread lock and a long beard. if you have any information, you are asked to call police. live from the special victims unit in hunting park this morning i'm anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thanks very much. very disturbing details. philadelphia police are searching for a murder suspect, in strawberry manning. investigators say the the man faith 58ly shot another man inside a car yesterday afternoon. it happen on the 2300 block of west huntington street. the suspect was last seen on 24th street, wearing what police described as a the water department vest, or jacket. 2016, it is final sunday of campaigning before the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. eyewitness cam on the campaign
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trail, saturday, where former president, bill clinton, brought his legendary retail political skills to the the dining car in northeast philadelphia he asked diners there to vote for his wife, hillary clinton. the front runner in the democratic presidential race. and the former president also visited the irish station house in langhorne, bucks county. he took pictures with customers, shook hands and signed autographs. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan was with clinton supporters in montgomery county. >> it is often the case in life, important journeys are match through well plan steps. former president bill clinton hit the campaign trail in the philadelphia suburbs hoping to improve upon his wife's mixed results running for president in 2008. >> we have to pull this country together again. we have to quit being small, petty, and mean, and divided, that is what she want to do. we can do it, so we can all rise together. >> reporter: president clinton spoke for about an hour at this middle school in ambler.
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back in 2008 presidential candidate hillary clinton won montgomery county by just a few hundred votes. she lost in delaware county which is where bell clinton also spoke on saturday n swarthmore and ambler his message was on your wallet. >> talking equal pay for women and stimulating job growth. >> do you believe we can all rise together again the way we did in the 1990's in. >> reporter: also in ambler a focus on gun violence. former congress woman gabby giffords who survived an assassination attempt in 2011 highlighted a set of speeches aim at democrats aimed at tougher gun control measures. >> speaking is difficult for me but come janne want to say these two words: madam president. >> the crowd was certainly wowed by the high profile speakers. >> it was great. i wanted to watch him speak and came five minutes from my house. >> it was really exciting, and energizing and i felt like he
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was really speaking from the heart. >> reporter: president bill clinton says not only is his wife hillary the most experienced candidate to be president but he thinks she has the best ideas and hopes pennsylvania voters will feel the same way on tuesday n ambler, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meanwhile, hillary clinton campaigns in new haven connecticut. the democratic front runner held a round table event with working families to discuss the need to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour. the clinton also discussed her policy proposals to provide equal pay to women. local supporters of the bernie sanders marched to philadelphia city hall, as part of an 11th hour push to get out the vote the for tuesday's primary. earlier, the vermont senator hosted a rally in wilmington delaware. >> and if you look at the match ups, match up polls between donald trump and myself, we are beating him in every instant tans.
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>> reporter: bernie sanders has scheduled to campaign again in philadelphia tomorrow. on the republican side, ted cruz took his campaign to western pennsylvania, before finishing up the day in inn yan a a he rallied with supporters at a school in monroeville a suburb outside of pittsburgh. cruz focused on presenting himself as the best republican date to beat hillary clinton in the fall. >> you have seen the pattern. usually they talk good on the campaign trail and then they get in office and betray us. welshing i have to give donald credit, he is betraying us before he got elect. >> latest franklin and marshall poll find cruz trailing by double digits to donald trum in pennsylvania. meanwhile trump is set to to campaign in west chester university tomorrow. he made two campaign stops in connecticut yesterday and he told supporters in bridgeport that he had no plans to tone down his rhetoric, and that his g.o.p. rivals should just give up.
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>> now we're down to two. i call it one and a half, i now actually call it one because i call it a half and a half because they're bet out. it is one. >> ohio governor john kasich is campaigning in rhode island ahead of the state's april 26th primary, he held a town hall in bryant university in smith field and said he remains confident in his campaign, despite trailing in the delegates needed to secure the republican nomination. >> you think we're optimistic about what the future holes for news terms of the convention? if it doesn't work i'll fine another purpose. >> kasich will return to his hometown, mckeys rock, pennsylvania for another town hall event, tomorrow. and, stay with us for continuing coverage of the all of the area primaries, again, the pennsylvania and delaware primaries are this tuesday, and new jersey has sometime, their primary is june 7th. well, still to come this morning, how pope francis surprised some teenagers, in
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st. peters square this weekend. the purple tribute to prince in philadelphia a, plus this. prince's fans are honoring the artist life by celebrating his music and movie. i'm omar villafranca how his family is coping with the loss coming up. busy street shut down saturday big bash that brought high flying fun to broad street. but first here's just continue. >> all right, good morning. we have a pleasant finish to the weekend but get ready for workweek warm up, i'll show you when it will be the
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gloverwhen i visitedi knew whmy family in georgia.ike when i saw bernie sanders getting arrested for protesting segregation, it was powerful. dr. martin luther king jr. was building a poor people's movement where blacks, whites, latinos, asian-americans would come together around economic justice, and that's what bernie is trying to do today. i think bernie is with us. that's why i support bernie sanders.
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sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. welcome back, two days after his death sent shock waves around the world we are learning prince's body has been cremated. family and friend said a loving good bye to the music icon in the small private ceremony. his publicist says that musical celebration will be held at a future date. omar villafranca shows us how fans are paying their respects. >> reporter: prince family and closest friend including his girlfriend demaris lewis gathered for a private memorial at his paisley park estate saturday afternoon. mega superstar public list says his remains were cremated. >> thank you very much for being here report report prince rodgers nelson was found dead thursday morning, sea of purple covering the fence outside his mansion, gets bigger by the hour. his family handed out momentoes to the pop icon's fans.
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>> it just shows that he loved us all and that they are very appreciative of our support. >> reporter: to help prince fan get through this thing called life some amc movie theaters are showing his iconic film purple rain throughout the weekend. a handwritten note left at a growing memorial for prince outside of the famous downtown minneapolis club, first avenue, says it all, you will be missed. inside, fans danced through the night just like his song let's go crazy made them do. and while the cause of the 57 year-old death is unknown his fans plan to celebrate the musical genius's life and party like it is 1999. omar villafranca for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and purple lights are shining, bright in honor of prince on the ben franklin bridge. the delaware river port authority, which manages the bridge, says it is just a small way to memorialize prince's amazing talent. the bridge will remain lit in purple throughout the weekend.
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on saturday the ultimate block party for the philadelphia international festival of the arts. >> ♪ >> broad street from chestnut you the to south street was transformed into an oasis of art for 2016, pifa street fair. practically the only place where your dancing feet, could also include a ferris wheel, 25-foot waterfall, and these cool characters. all and all it looks like a lot of fun. yeah, for all of those folks out there and i was in the too far from there and i saw that. the end of the day was okay. >> beautiful. >> luckily, because the morning was pretty dreary. >> i don't lie, i am real. >> sometimes. >> sometimes. all right. today, no complaint, you cannot complain about today, this is what mid to late april is all about, sunshine, comfortable temperatures, no humidity, lets get outside and energy it. practically a perfect day. look at this sunrise up at big
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boulder looking the at the lake there, nothing but clear, skies, a beautiful shot there. a little chilly though. we're waking up to 30's and 40's. it is much colder then yesterday at this time but we're not dodging any rain. out door plans today, certainly a go, so, our headlines, seasonal, conditions today. everything is right where it should be for april, temperatures upper 60's, cool mornings and warm afternoon. tomorrow though different story. we will bring in some warmth, as the start of the workweek, it the will feel more like summer, and then we do need some rain. we had it yesterday. we had more coming at us this week. we will break down those chances coming up in a bit. look at the temperature change compared to this time yesterday, 16 degrees colder in philadelphia, 22 degrees colder in allentown. here we go low to mid 40's interior south jersey, 44 in dover delaware. milder right along the beach there in rehoboth at 52. around the city mid 40's. forty-two in chalfont. forty-one in malvern.
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further northwestern suburbs, quakertown 36 degrees. thirty-eight in pottstown near 40 in reading and in allentown. nothing happening on storm scan three, nice area of high pressure has built in from canada. it does bring that cooler air mass in and brings in try air and you can feel that difference. we have had humidity over past few days, that is new gone and we will look at dew point temperatures over past few days they were in the the 50's to 60's that feels humid but right now very dry air mass indicated with a dew point of 20 degrees, that is nice. high pressure stays locked over us throughout the day to day and tomorrow, and so no problems, without door plans. sunshine, out in full, tomorrow we will start to warm up back to the mid to upper 70's and then well watch this warm front. this is a bit of the tricky forecast but it looks like the front stays to the north throughout the day on tuesday. it will bring in some rain but as long as it is to our north we will be warm, it is also going to be humid as well, temperatures may get to 80 degrees if we can see enough sunshine.
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the eventually that front does pass and cools us down a little bit. today very comfortable. mid up toker 60's. tonight chilly, 40 to 50 degrees. the not quite as cold as what we have this morning. monday afternoon really start to warm up, mid to upper 70's and just warms up more. areas away from the the water, inland spots from philadelphia, even up toward lehigh valley we will be pretty warm the next few days. today, pleasant, sunshine, 68 degrees. tonight not quite as cold but clear, 50 for the city, cooler in the suburbs. look at tuesday, it is pennsylvania, delaware primary, it will be warm, 79 degrees for the high temperature but you we are dodging showers and potential thunderstorms in the afternoon. here's the extend the forecast, enjoy the sunshine, today, tomorrow we will bring back the clouds, showers on tuesday, still warm, little cooler on wednesday back to the upper 60's with some sun and more rain chances on the the way for thursday, into friday, so rahel, have that umbrella around a couple days this week. >> we can enjoy it. >> not the bad at all. >> all right, justin, thank
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you. a massive fire reaches five alarms not far from arizona's capitol city. flames broke out late last night, at an apartment complex under construction in the town of gilbert. now that is just south east of phoenix. the residents of nearby apartments had to be evacuated as high wind were driving the flames. a fire fighter did suffer minor burns and three police officers were treated for smoke inhalation. a stunning, discovery in the search for two florida teens, lost at sea, the boat, that four year-old austin and perry cohen were left in last july has been recovered off the coast of bermuda authorities say a shipping crew spotted the capsized boat in march. cohen's iphone was recovered from the boat as well as other personal items. a manhunt is underway for suspect killed eight members of the one family in ohio. investigators say they have received a overwhelming number of tips but in one has been arrested. the victims include seven adults and a 16 year-old boy.
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authorities say most of them were shot, execution style, as they slept friday. an infant and two other small children were not the hurt. well, president obama is on his way to germany where he hopes to build momentum for a trade deal between the u.s. and europe. on his last day in london the president, and britain's prime minister david cameron played a round of golf, the president also took part in the town hall style meeting and he urged britain to support the new trade deal. the the president says it will help improve workers rights and environmental standards. and president obama's trip to england wasn't all business. here you might remember we showed you these photos yesterday of mr. and mrs. obama meeting prince george, a after a dinner at kensington palace. the young royal and his pajamas and tiny bathrobe was allowed to stay up past his bedtime to commander and chief. that robe my first years has already sold out, so you cannot reorder it. it sells for $40 and it comes in a variety of colors and can
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be personalize todd bear your child's name. well, speaking of royal off spring this weekend we have our first look at sweet prince alexander. prince karl and sophia released a close-up photo of their son looking very handsome there he was born on tuesday and we're told prince karl took the photo the owe himself. also, in britain honoring life of the one of the best writers to ever take up the pen. saturday marked 400 years, since the death of play wright william shakespeare n his birthplace, stratford avon resident held a parade to honor the writer. plays and concerts are also taking place this weekend. well, pope francis surprised thousands of teenagers in st. peters square on saturday. he sat down to hear their confessions for more than an hour the saturday morning. holy father administered sacrament of reconciliation to 16 boys and girls. and coming up next on "eyewitness news", climate
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cancer research and patient access. on the cbs-3 healthwatch, doctors chime in on climate change. health reporter stephanie stahl tells us they issued a new report saying it is a major threat to publish health. >> reporter: extreme weather conditions like the historic flooding in texas is partially blamed on climate change by many scientists and new american college of physicians is warning climate change will have have a devastating consequence on everyone's health, unless aggressive axis taken. >> we are the physicians of the nation and of the world that will bear the brunt of taking care of most of the conditions that result from a rising climate. >> reporter: ac p says the science is clear, compelling that climate change can cause potential health problems including heat related illnesses, respiratory issues like asthma and insect and water born diseases. >> we have had more incidents of heat stroke over the last ten years then we have had in the prior decades. infectious diseases, tic born
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diseases, lyme disease, malaria and now more recently zika virus has been associated with higher temperatures in parts of the world. >> reporter: there are concerns natural disasters and rising temperatures culled lead to behavioral, and meant willal health challenges. >> more stress, more anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder. >> reporter: report says that the poor, elderly and sick are most vulnerable to climate change, health related issues. i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, we are counting down, to this years race for the cure. cbs-3 is proud to support komen and fight against breast cancer. join the "eyewitness news" morning team, jim donovan, brook thomas, katie fehlinger and meisha johnson atco men philadelphia race for the cure on mothers day sunday may eighth. come walk or run with us by registering at cbs everyone who registered to walk or run with team cbs-3
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will receive a special commemorative t-shirt. we hope you can be there with us for a very special event. a chilly start to the day, grab those jackets if you are heading out the door, justin's back to tell us what to expect for the rest of your
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good morning, i'm rahel solomon. well, weekend started off wet, a little gray but justin drabick outside on the sky deck and justin you say it should be evening on a much better note, um. >> a little chilly. we have 30's and 40's but you can see clear skies, nothing but full sunshine that sun will quickly go to work. it is late april so that sun does get strong this time of the year. we have high temperatures back where they should be for this time of the year. chilly to the north up in the mountains where we're at 34 degrees in the poconos. forty's around philadelphia, lower 40's inland a the atlantic city a airport. you cane spread of temperatures in the region generally from the 30's to the mid 40's. some suburbs are dropping a bit especially protect from the breezes that we have, where we're in the mid 30's at this hour still in quakertown even with the sun up. storm scan three nice and quiet, yesterday we were track ago this rain that moved through during the morning, not happening today, even tomorrow, we have a nice couple of days ahead, with
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plenty of sunshine, temperatures, today, again, chilly, 30's and 40's this morning but right where they should be for the ladder half of april, upper 60's for the high temperature today. we will get up to 68 degrees for philadelphia cooler toward the shore. we have a breeze out of the north. ocean water is chilly at 60 degrees and pleasant day in the poconos with a high of 60. then well bring back some warmth, we're talking about summer-like temperatures in the the start of the workweek. the those details in a few minutes. >> looking forward to hearing that, justin. police are looking for a man this morning who abduct and sexually assaulted a woman in cobbs creek. investigators say she was held for 11 hours before she managed to escape. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is live outside the special victims unit with the very latest on the investigation, a neat, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a horrifying crime, police say that man forced a 20 year-old woman into his car at gunpoint and then physically and sexually assaulted her. he also bound her with duct
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tape. police say it started around 4:00 yesterday morning on forty-ninth and lancaster. they described, the suspect's black sedan, as having a trash bag covering the rear drivers side window. somehow the woman was able to escape, 11 hours later on the 5700 block of larchwood avenue and neighbors described hearing the commotion. >> i heard a screaming, i heard her saying get off me, goat off me. that is when i heard another guy, say, you know, get off of her. >> reporter: again, there has gone arrests at this time but police are looking for a black man around 23 with dread locks and a long beard. if you have any information you are asked to call police. live from the special victims unit in hunting park, i'm anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you you very much. two days after his sudden death sent shock waves around the world, a a private memorial services was held for prince on saturday. meantime crowds gathered
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outside his paisley park mansion in minnesota. a publicist for the 57 year-old entertainer says that his body was cremated and will be intered privately. musical celebration have of prince life will be held, at a later date. in campaign 206, the presidential candidates and their surrogates are crisscrossing our area ahead of tuesday's primaries. former president bill clinton campaign for his wife hillary clinton at the dining car in northeast philadelphia a he spoke to reporters in montgomery and delaware counties. he asked pennsylvanians to vote for the democratic front runner. >> we have to pull this country together again. we have to quit being small and petty and mean, and divided. that is what she wants to do. and we can do it the so we can all rise together. >> the former president, also visited the irish rover house in langhorne, bucks county. he took pictures with customers, shook hand and signed autographs. the republican presidential candidates are
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also working hard to pick up these last minute votes, ahead of tuesday's five state primaries. correspondent brian web shows us why don't old trump and his campaign are in the seeing eye to eye. >> reporter: donald trump came out swing nothing a campaign stum in connecticut and took aim at the election process he calls rigged and hillary clinton whom he calls crook. it comes after trump advisors insisted that their candidate would tone things down. >> this is crooked hillary clinton. people start yawning, leaning the whole thing is a disaster. >> reporter: trump's closest republican rival ted cruz is in indiana where he criticized both trump and clinton as politicians who cannot keep their promises. >> usually they talk good on the campaign trail and then they get in office and betray us. i have to give donald credit, he is because trailing us before he got elect. >> reporter: clinton spoke
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with working families in new haven connecticut today, a good showing on to tuesday would give her nearly 90 percent of the delegates needed to win the democratic nomination. >> it the will take everybody working to turn that around, and to get back to where we're really trying to take care of people. >> reporter: bernie sanders isn't giving up just yet, he continued to attack clinton on her connection toss wall street and support for wars in the the middle east. >> secretary clinton heard the same evidence that i did, she voted for that war. >> republican date john kasich campaigned in rhode island, he is trailing trump and cruz heading into tuesday's primary. brian web for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and, with the outcome of the primaries still up in the air, pennsylvania's playing a major rel in campaign 2016. face the nation moderator john dickerson explains to our ukee washington why a victory in the the keystone state is crucial to all of the candidates. >> john, senator sanders had momentum and hillary clinton put the brakes on that in new
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york. how do you see the match up in the commonwealth of pennsylvania is the keystone state a must win battle ground for sanders. >> well, yes, it is not only must win but he has to win it the buy a lot. the problem with bernie sanders path to the nomination is because the delegates are given out the proportionally in the democratic race in order to catch up with the pledged delegate lead, he has to win and by big margins and right now the polls don't look like he will be able to win states with enough big margins to overtake her. >> every poll i have seen clinton has a substantial lead, with that fact alone, i guess gaining considerable ground anyway looks like an impossibility or not or how would you say it. >> that is right. in the only does bernie sanders, he just can't fight her to get even, he has to beat her by ten points to get enough delegates to even come close to matching or shrinking that lead that she has already got. it is in the just that he has to get to zero, he has to beat
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her buy a lot and in a lot of different contests i'm listening and thinking would you characterize at this point, the rnc this summer, a rather unsettled, situation, on so many levels. >> oh, yeah, there is a lot of news. it will be unsettled stomachs in either camp. if donald trump wins there will be republicans that would not like him to have the nomination. they will be unhappy about that. if donald trump does not get an nomination and is there an opened convention in cleveland and somehow somebody else wins there will be a whole slew of voters who are strongly in support of donald trump will be quite upset. so for the leaders of the party to try to create unity and want to see everybody moving in the same direction a after a convention that is a challenge for them. >> tuesday is going to be huge, john dickerson, as always, we appreciate your insight, thank you, sir. and join john dickerson or face the nation, guests include democratic presidential candidate bernie
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sanders and republican presidential hopeful, john kasich. that is this morning at 10:30 here on cbs-3. and a delaware county high school marching band gets back together and after 50 years, they are proving that they have still got it. >> ♪ >> looking good there. the cardinal dougherty alumni ban celebrated 50th anniversary of the band winning the world music competition in who will an. the group embarked on a european tour and even performed for the pope and other world leaders. fifty years. well, it is prom night at du pont hospital for children in wilmington. this is eyewitness cam video of excited teenage patients making their grand entrance, dress todd impress there, hospital staff and family members made this a night that the children will likely never forget. looking good. well, the wedding dresses of a princess, still to come this
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morning how local students designers are recreating history, one stitch at a time. and bouncing from job to job, shaking up the work force the new millennial trend and how it could affect everyone. and rain is starting the weekend but justin is back to tell us when we will need umbrellas again this week, we will be right back. gloverwhen i visitedi knew whmy family in georgia.ike when i saw bernie sanders getting arrested for protesting segregation, it was powerful. dr. martin luther king jr. was building a poor people's movement where blacks, whites, latinos, asian-americans would come together around economic justice, and that's what bernie is trying to do today. i think bernie is with us. that's why i support bernie sanders. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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spring is a popular time for wedding, but you you don't need to tie the knot
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appreciate new wedding dresses. there is a new exhibit that was fit for a princess. vittoria woodill has the story. >> ♪ >> reporter: here comes the bride, and a bridal party of wedding dress that he is tell a story in detail from decades ago. like a dress requested out of the pages of a magazine in the 1930's. >> she brought the image from vogue, to her dress maker here in philadelphia a, nina fell, and had it created for her wedding. >> reporter: a wedding guest dress that slightly in distress. trains that have trailed through time. and finally, a true replica of the princess dress on display, philadelphia's princess, princess great of monaco. >> we wanted to celebrate this 60th wedding anniversary of someone so important to this community, grace kelly's wedding gown took 35 craft people six weeks to create. this gown took three craft people, five months to create. so the material is a good
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approximation of the lacrafte used for kelly's gown. >> reporter: meet the curator of the swann, and central bridal fashion exhibit at philadelphia university. >> every manikin is a same but every gown is different from the very first gown from 1854, through the grace kelly gown, each object is telling a bit of history. >> reporter: and student designers like maria are taking pages out of these design history books and making gowns iconic but with unexpect material. >> this sexist all wedding invitations. these are plastic bags. and these are, plastic containers. it is really exciting because everyone who come to the the library can see it. >> reporter: and come take a look. and, last week was the 60th anniversary of grace kelly's wedding to prince rainer. her dress was a gift from the original designer who was a costume tea signer for mgm
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studios. brightal history exhibit at philadelphia university runs through june 24th. a solar powered airplane on the journey around the world reaches california. the plane did a fly by, yesterday around san francisco's golden gate bridge. the solar impulse two, took off from hawaii, last thursday, with pilot, and swiss engineer andre forsberg. the plane touched down last night in the the bay area now, during landing, two crew members on bike had to chase the plane to grab handles on the wings so it does not tip off. solar plane is half will way through the trip around the world, next stop is new york city, final destination is ab anudabi. >> a good vacation spot. i need a vacation. it will be nice and warm around here. >> we have a stay home vacation, the next couple days really nice and warm up too we have a taste of summer coming at us next couple of days if you don't like the warmth you'll love today. very pleasant outside. we will caught it seasonal, chilly, but we have sun going
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for us. we can finally see the sky line from palmyra cove nature park, yesterday we were sock in with the the low clouds, fog and showers. we have pick up a an tenth of an inch of rain officially at philadelphia interest the national. some areas half inch. we did have heavier downpours but we're still below average the on the rainfall. so far this spring. the since april 1st, we're down over an inch and a quarter for philadelphia, and over 3 inches of rain since march 1st, but we do have some more rain chances come at us for the upcoming week. we will break that down a little bit. make sure you have the umbrella haines. temperatures all offer the place, typical will for april. temperatures today, cool in the upper 60's and then into monday and tuesday we will be well in the 70's, on spots reaching 80 degrees and cooling us back down for the second half of the week starting on wednesday. right now, compared to yesterday, it is colder. 39 degrees in reading. who in allentown. the mid 40's around philadelphia is there some warmth once you get west of chicago, des moines, st. louis in the upper 50's to near 60. that milder air mass will
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start east ward and arrive tomorrow. you'll feel a big difference in the temperatures. very dry. we have high pressure over us right now that locks us into a dry air pattern. we are block from the storm systems from developing. we have to go west of chicago to find the rain. we will get a good 48 hours of dry conditions. the eventually, tuesday we will start to bring in some rain chances back in here, and could be a few then are storms, that system is gone for wednesday, brief, dry period and then we will see more rain chances, returning on thursday, possibly into friday, and again, that is good news because we do need some of this rain. look at the pattern with the high pressure system is, all of the clouds just going around that high, and eventually that ridge of high pressure will break down and move off shore and allows a cold front to approach us on tuesday. so starting tuesday morning it will be cloudy, some showers around, and then we will get in the afternoon hours, and we could see a little bit of sunshine. that could spark a few heavier thunderstorms coming in here especially on the southern half of the viewing area as this front slides back down. so best shot the to see,
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thunderstorm, during the day on tuesday will be the in the afternoon and evening, mainly from the city on southward, and much of delaware, parts of the southern chester county. this is a marginal risk for severe storms. main threat would be strong, gusty wind, obviously heavy rain if these storms do develop at all. 67 degrees, eventually later this afternoon, approaching 68 for the afternoon high, and mid 60's up toward lehigh valley. still chilly tonight the but not as cold, we will be in the the 40's and 50's. the and then look at monday, well to the mid 70's all the way up into berks county and lehigh valley, it is cooler right along the shoreline and then delaware bay. and today, enjoy it. very pleasant, full sunshine, 68 degrees for the high, tonight, a low of around 50 for the city. here's that extended forecast, if you do not like the coolest temperatures wait another 24 hours. upper 70's on monday, tuesday still very warm for here but there will be chances of storms around. we are back to the 60's by even of the week and more rain chances thursday and friday. >> keep the umbrellas, ready,
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justin, thank you. 6:47. lets check the roads with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center, good morning, ann. >> good morning, rahel. we have an accident on the blue route southbound, this is between exit number nine broomall and exit number five, route one. you can see two lanes block, only that right shoulder squeezing by. emergency crews on the scene and a tow truck on the scene too. hopefully this will be cleared out real soon. blue route southbound, jammed packed between exit nine broomall and route 16789 traffic squeezing by on that right shoulder. we will move traffic cam here to i-95 at cottman avenue. i-95 looks all right, even through that long term construction in the north bound lanes to the right of the screen. i-95 looks okay through philadelphia and suburbs. it is moving just fine. on to ben franklin bridge, mid span, that is moving along just fine this morning, no delays. other areas bridges looking okay as well. that is very latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans now rahel, back to you. >> ann, thank you. it seems like just about everyone is changing jobs, at
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least everyone under 32, as three object your side consumer reporter jim donovan takes a look at a new study that finds millennials are job hopping the at a surprising pace. >> reporter: the new normal for millennials, changing jobs four times in the first decade out of college. that bouncing around is nearly double what the previous generation did. the study by linkedin, the generation xers who graduated from 1996 through 19 on, averaged two job changes in their first decade out of college. today college grads just don't change jobs often but they switch industries. the biggest hoppers, those with gigs in entertainment, government, non-profit, and yes, the media. millennials who stay in their position the longest, work in industries the longest where they make things, cars, manufacturing, and oil. the trend doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon. younger millennials, those who graduated from 2006 through
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2010, are on track to surpass four job changes by the time they celebrate their third second birthday. the reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. still to come this morning, a day dedicated to everyone who owns a pet, we will tell you about it, up next. and the flyers, still alive, game six this afternoon begins the caps, coming up next, leslie van arsdal tells us what to fill your family of four up, with eight pieces of delicious
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of that series. so another must win for dave hakstol's squad. michael neuvirth will start in goal for the flyers, friday night he won game five for the flyers stopping 44 shots, playoff record for him and the franchise. in the last two games he has saved 75 out of 76 shots. i would say michael is in a sound groove. >> it was an amazing game. i was seeing the puck well, and, every bounce was just going my way. >> terrific performance. he was great. he was on his game. he was focused. he was really a calming influence. >> the caps dominated every category, except for the scoreboard they held flyers to just 11 shots, it was their worst offensive output in franchise history. flyers scored twice. first goal went off caps skate and in the goal, other an empty netter and they know they must play better to play game seven.
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>> you you know, we have one ugly performance. so, we have have to thank michael. we fully intend to go out there tomorrow night and have have, you know, a way better game, 100 percent better game. >> phillies finish up this afternoon against the brewers, jared eickoff will get the start. charlie morton took the mound for phillies last night but only went an inning. charlie laid down a bunt and fell running to first base. he left the game with the left hamstring strain and he will be put on the dl. in the third inning phillies score three time. tyler goodell will score to get darren ruf. in the fourth phillies trailed by a run until miguel franco hit his third home run in the last three games. three run shot to the left. fightins take the lead. next inning, franco just showing off, on the field. robbing ryan brawn a hit, franco went three for four and drove in four runs. then in the ninth, odubel herrera a hit his second home
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run for the year. the phillies beat the brewers ten-six. nfl draft is thursday night. eagles making a bold move earlier in the week trading up with the number eight spot to number two with the quest to find their franchise quarterback. will it be jared goff or carson wentz. we caught up with beaual tone ask him what the eagles might do with that pick. >> i'm exited to see what happens. i don't have any sort of insight into what we're doing or anything like that but obviously our front office has a good idea of who they want to get, and it is exciting to see thursday next week what happens, along with everybody else. >> to the pitch, union hosting new york, villanova wildcats honored for the national championship. union up one to nothing in the fourth first mink, cj sapong redirects sebastian le toux shot in the goal.
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union win two to nothing. that is all for sports. i'm leslie van arsdal, have a great the day. today is national pet parents day. pet parents put your children some extra love today if that is possible. we pet parents know there is a very special connection between a pet and its owner. they are a member of the family. national pet parents day is observed annually on the the last sunday of april, and it was created to honor all dedicated pet parents across the nation, with a special day of their own. and, my friends, this is a picture of my pup, he is a poodle mix and i am just a little bit crazy about him. just a little. he is very sweet. that is it for "eyewitness news" at 6:00, here's what we have at 7:00. it is approaching crunch time in two local primaries, candidates and a former president married to one hit the campaign trail but we will tell you which candidates are sill in the area. meisha johnson's dream
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clues that will help them crackdown a sexual assault suspect, after a women breaks free. we will bring you up to date on the investigation. finally people who want to become next president of the you had, and one who already has a job. find out how and when, speaking of the candidates. and a cool morning makes way for a pleasant afternoon, but more rain may be on the way. and, it is sunday april 24th, good morning i'm rahel solomon. thanks for spending part offer your weekend with us. meteorologist justin drabick is here. weekend played a switch a roo, it started off wet but ending nice, sunny. >> we will have more time when it is nice but we have had rain in the morning. >> it was off a little will bit. >> a little bit. >> not you. >> come on. >> i know, i know. >> we can enjoy today. it is down right perfect, pretty much. we have sunshine out in full display this morning. we are cool, we are waking up to cold temperatures,s


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