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abduct, session you'llly assaulted and held captive for hours. coming up we will hear from residents this vicious crime that has a local neighborhood now on edge. push is on for primary day in pennsylvania, and delaware, candidates and a former president took part in the weekend campaigning in our region. and, today is sunday april o you i'm rahel solomon. lets get over to justin drabick. the justin, it is deceiving because it is still chilly but give it a few hours. >> that sun will go to work. classic late april day. it never works out perfect but our low where they should be, our high is where it should be. so enjoy it. >> cecil nal. >> yes. can't complain about today at all. really in threat of any rain. so outdoor plans, maybe little league game to a ten, in problems throughout the day. even for start of the workweek we're in good shape. forty-nine up at the airport at this hour. still north wind coming in at 10 miles an hour and slightly cooler when you factor in that breeze it feels like the mid
40's. we have chilly spots out there. poconos, obviously colder, upper 30's still, getting close to 50 in parts of the south jersey and millville and wilmington, delaware. finally quakertown, pos town, willow grove you guys are out of the 30's in the mid 40's, so that is that wrapped are warm up with that full sunshine. wind 10 miles an hour or less out of the south, so that is a cooler, dryer wind flow, and that wind will eventually switch out of the south over the next couple of days warming us up. look at storm scan three, dry all the way out west into the ohio valley, so no threat of any rain, so we will call it, practically perfect today, we have full sunshine, and mild temperatures, low humidity, and light breezes, the forecast high up to 68 degrees, in the sunshine, for philadelphia, and right around 60 along the shore points, in up in the mountains. if you don't like it this cool wait a few more days, we will talk about summer-like temperature for the start of the workweek we will break it down in a few minutes, back to you. >> looking forward to that, thanks, justin. a pedestrian is struck and
killed on route 42 in gloucester county. investigators tell us that the teenage boy, between the ages of 14 and 16 was hit by a vehicle will in the southbound lanes in washington township. the accident closed route 42 southbound for a while as officials investigated, in details if the driver remained at the scene. route 55 northbound is closed while police investigate the a fatal accident in millville, new jersey. investigators tell us that the driver lost control of hear truck, flipping over a couple of times and catching fire before coming to a stop on the side of the highway. it happened around 4:00 this morning. we have learn that the driver did die at the scene. a teenager is dead a after a shooting in philadelphia's feltonville neighborhood. teenage boy was shot in the the chest, around 3:00 this morning in the the 400 block of wyoming avenue. he was rushed to st. christopher's hospital where he died from his injuries, ape in details on any suspect at this time. police are looking for a man who abducted and sexually
assaulted a woman in west philadelphia. investigators say she was held captive for 11 hours. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh has more from the special victims unit. >> reporter: rahel, it was a vicious crime where a man abducted and assaulted a woman. the as of this morning they still have not caught the man they believe is responsible. a sunny saturday, took a dark turn. >> i heard yelling and ran to the window and saw a black car speeding off. >> reporter: neighbors on the 5700 block of larchwood have avenue say around 3:00 p.m. saturday a woman escaped from that black sedan beaten and bloody. >> i heard her screaming. i heard her saying get off me. that is what made me come down here because i heard another guy a pedestrian say get off of her. >> reporter: police say the 20 year-old woman freed herself after being held against her will for 11 hours. bound by duct tape, the both physically and sexually assaulted. >> my mom was coming home and she told me that she saw a girl, with the bloody face,
just a shirt and duct tape on her angles. she was beaten up and gone through a lot. >> reporter: it started around 4:00 police say when that suspect forced would the man into her car at gunpoint at forty-ninth and lancaster. woman was taken to the special victims unit but the ordeal has neighbors on edge. >> just after that i went to grab my sister from somewhere and it was like, i told her to stay where she was and wait for me. you have to be careful, there is just too much going on out here. >> we have no arrests made, and police say they are looking for a black man around 23 years old with dread locks and a long beard. if you have any information you are asked to call police. the reporting from the special victims june from it hunting park, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". philadelphia police are searching for a murder suspect in strawberry mansion. investigators say man fatal willly shot another man inside of a car yesterday afternoon on the 2300 block of west hunting ton street.
south pecks was last seen on 24th street wearing what police described as a water department vest, or jacket. to campaign 2016 now and it is final sunday of campaigning before the pennsylvania and delaware primaries. the eyewitness cam on the campaign trail sat the day, where former president bill clinton brought the his legendary, political skills, to the dining car in northeast philadelphia. there he asked dine tours vote for his wife, hillary clinton, the front runner in the democratic presidential race. the former president also visited the irish broker 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. >> as often is the case in life important journeys are mapped through well planned steps. former president bill clinton hit campaign trail in the 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 wants to do. we can do it, so we can all rise together again. >> reporter: president clinton spoke about an hour in wissohickon middle school in ambler, back in 2008 presidential can tait hillary clinton won montgomery county by just a few hundred votes. she lost in delaware county which is where bill clinton also spoke on sat take. in 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. >> reporter: also in ambler a focus on gun violence. former congress woman gabby giffords who survived an assassination a tempt in 2011, highlighted speeches aim at energizing democrats who want tougher gun control measures. >> speaking is difficult for me but come january, i want to say these two words: madam
president. >> wow. >> reporter: crowd was certainly woed by the high profile speakers. >> it was great, i wanted to see him speak and great he came five minutes from my house. >> it is really energizing and i felt like he was really speaking from the heart. >> reporter: president bill clinton says in the only say hillary is most experienced candidate to be president but she has the best ideas and hopes that pennsylvania voters will feel the same way on tuesday. in am will blower i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meanwhile, hillary clinton campaigned in new haven connecticut. the democratic front run are held a round table of events with working families to discuss the need to raise federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hours. the clinton discussed her policy proposals to provide equal pay for women. local supporters of the bernie sanders marched to philadelphia a city hall as part of the 11th hour push to get out the vote for tuesday's primary. earlier the versace machines senator posted a rally in
wilmington, delaware. >> if you look at the match ups, match ups polls between donald trump and myself, we are beating him in every instant tans. >> bernie sanders is scheduled to campaign again in philadelphia tomorrow. on the republican side, ted cruz took his campaign to western pennsylvania, before finishing the day in indiana. he rallied with supporters at a school in monroeville, a suburb outside of pittsburgh. the cruz focused on presenting himself on the best republican date, to beat hillary clinton in the fall. >> we have seen the pattern. usually they talk good on the campaign trail and then they get in office and betray us. i have to give donald credit, he has been betraying us before he got the elected. >> and the latest franklin and marshall poll find cruz trailing by double digits to donald trump in pennsylvania. meanwhile, trump is set to
campaign at west chester university tomorrow. he made two campaign stops in connecticut yesterday and told supporters in bridgeport that he has no plans to tone down his rhetoric, and that his g.o.p. rivals should just give up. >> new 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 are bet out. it is just one. >> ohio governor john kasich is campaigning in rhode island ahead of the state's april 25th primary, he held a town hall at bryant university in smithfield said he remains confident in his campaign despite trailing in the tell gates needed to secure the republican nomination. >> i think we're optimistic about what the future holds for us in terms of the convention but, then i'll find if it doesn't work, i will fine another purpose. >> kasich will return to his hometown, mckeysrocks pennsylvania for another town hall event tomorrow. stay with us for complete
coverage of the all a of the area primaries, of course, the pennsylvania and delaware primaries are this tuesday, and new jersey has sometime, it is a primary on june 7th. north korea says it has successfully test fired a ballistics missiles from the submarine a strengthen its nuclear capabilities. the state news agency released these photos and the united states is responding by limiting the have travel of north korea's foreign minister and his delegation while they are in new york. they can only attend places necessary for them to conduct u.n. business. and still to come this morning how pope francis surprised a teenager in st. peters square this weekend. purple tribute to prince in philadelphia, plus this... prince's fans are honoring the artist life by celebrating his music in movies, i'm omar villafranca in minnesota and how his family is coping with the looks coming up. plus, parents are looking for safe sports for their children, health reporter
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icon in a small, private ceremony. publicist say a musical celebration will be held at a future date. correspondent omarville frank contact shows us how fans are paying their respects. >> reporter: prince family and close friend including his girlfriend demaris lewis gathered for a private memorial the at his paisley park estate saturday afternoon. mega superstar public list says the remains were cremated. >> thank you very much for being here. >> reporter: prince rodgers nelson was found dead, thursday morning, the sea of purple covering the fence outside of his mansion gets bigger by the hour. >> his family handed out momentoes to the pop icon's fans. >> it just shows that he loved us all, and that they are very appreciative of our support. >> reporter: to help prince fans get through this thing called life, some amc movie theaters are showing his iconic film purple win throughout the weekend. a handwritten note left at a growing memorial for prince outside of the famous downtown
minneapolis club, first a avenue, says it all, you will be missed. inside, fans danced through the night just like his song lets get crazy made them do. while the cause of the 57 year-old death is unknown his fans plan to celebrate musical genius's life and party like it is 1999. omar villafranca for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". president obama is in germany where he hopes to build momentum for i trade deal between u.s. and europe. on his last day in london the president and britain's prime minister david cameron played a round have golf. the president took part in a town hall style meeting. he urged britain to support the the new trade deal, the president says that it will help improve workers rights and environmental standard. and, we showed you these pictures yesterday, over the adorable prince george and his bathrobe, meeting president obama and first lady the at kensington palace. it turns out that tiny
bathrobe sold out in seconds after this picture started popping up every where. retailer by the name of my first years, sells the robe for about $40, and you can preorder it, it comes in variety of colors and can be personalized and bear your child's name. we are trying to get todd one. >> yes. >> he is ten month-old. >> we treat him like a prince. he does deserve it. >> we need a little robe. >> yeah, good thing. >> he won't need it this week because it will be warm. >> we will warm it up, feeling like summer again, certainly tuesday, it will feel a bit humid as well. >> oh, no. >> you may have to dodge some rain too. you sound disappointed. now i get dirty looks off camera. >> today it is beautiful outside, cool start to the day, 45 outside, up in kutztown from the kutztown area middle school. we are looking live from our neighborhood network. there is a few cloud around, high, thin clouds, that is not going to produce any precipitation but we will go full sunshine today. story is seasonal conditions for our sunday, as we head into the next couple of days,
we will warm things up. it will feel more like late june and especially on tuesday, and then needed rain is returning in our forecast a few times this week. so, a little soggy at times so have that umbrella a around. as far as temperatures go, all over the place, typical for april right in your average, 67 is where we should be. we will be in the up are 60es a. monday and tuesday are the warmest days. we are close to 80 degrees. it will depend how much sunshine we could see on tuesday, there will be a threat for showers and storms. by the even of the week we will level back off where we should be upper 60's to 70 degrees. all across the region 40's, 42 mounter pocono. now it is 52 in wildwood. we will get out toward the west, the ohio valley, west of chicago, near 60, des moines and st. louis. that mild air mass does to have move east ape it will, for the next 24 hours we will start to slowly warm things up. in threat of any rain, check it out, we have to go up toward upper great lakes north of chicago to find showers. we are protect by high
pressure so we're locked in with clear skies, today, tonight and certainly on sunday. as we get through time our future weather model is showing nothing happening, we will get fair weather clouds during the day on monday but that is bit, big story will be the temperature change. we're warming well into the 70's, close to the 80-degree mark. then tuesday we will change it the up a little bit, forecast is tricky because we will track cold front that moves in from the north, depending on where it lines up is where it will determine our temperatures but minutely from the city own southward good shot of getting close to 80-degree, tuesday afternoon but we will to have dodge showers, widespread showers around for tuesday afternoon, and there is a threat for some thunderstorms, maybe even a few of those severe, especially for south of the city where we will get that sunshine, and it really warms up the atmosphere. we are closer looking here through time, again, nothing to day, tomorrow, into tuesday. we will see showers coming in during the morning, best shot to see these will be in the afternoon and they are gone, by wednesday. and temperatures today, 60's, upper 60's right here near
average, cooler along the shore and then tonight not as cold, 40's to about 50 degrees by the time we will wake up machine morning. still jacket weather. in the afternoon real nice, mid 70's. again, further away from the water that is where we will be the warmest. berks county, lehigh valley, well in the 70's, yet toward wilmington lower 70's and as well as philadelphia. today where we should be this time of the year. very pleasant 68 degrees. light wind and sunshine. tonight near 50 for the city. forty's out in the suburbs. we will bring in warmth especially on tuesday, primary day, pennsylvania and delaware heading out to vote, showers, thunderstorms, best chance for the afternoon. if you want to stay dry do your voting in the morning, 68 today. seventy-seven on monday. seventy-nine on tuesday with the rain, and cooler, mid week, back in the 60's before more showers around on thursday and then friday, and like i said, april showers, rahel. >> kind of what you expect for spring. >> exactly. >> i'm not happen bye that humidity but, i'll manage. time is 8:19. the lets check those roads
with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic enter, hi there, ann. >> hello rahel. we are looking at i-95 at walt whitman bridge. i-95 looks all right through philadelphia and suburbs. walt whitman at the top of the screen there, it is getting busy on the walt whitman, wow, look at that volume. in delays or problems, though, everything is moving long just fine, if you are taking walt whitman to 55 northbound, that is closed between the vine and millville exit and bridge land vineland exit due to a serious accident. we have to move the traffic cam here to the schuylkill expressway. this is the schuylkill expressway in center city philadelphia right at spring garden street. no delays or south street, rather. no delays or problems here on the schuylkill, it looks fine, through philadelphia and its suburbs, moving along without delay. and, again, we will move the traffic cam to 422, at the saint gabe's curve here, 422 looks fine, that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans now back to you rahel. >> ann, thank you. on the cbs-3 healthwatch,
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of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. good morning, i'm rahel solomon. if you have have already been outside this morning you know it is a chilly start the two day. meteorologist justin drabick is outside on the sky deck. the justin, you say it might warm up and we might see 80 this wecht. >> good warming trend the way. today, running out of the ways to to describe day. it the is just about near perfect for late april. we have sunshine out here. it is very strong. we have a wrapped warm up over next few hours and then tomorrow if you like summer-like weather just wait a couple case and that will happen. we will head to the workweek. but compared to this time yesterday it is still colder, anywhere from 15, close to 20 degrees colder then this
time yesterday, as we did have the rain around and cloud. now we have clear skies and calm wind, temperatures did drop off last night. a lot of locations did dip in the 30's outside the city buzz we are making progress up to 49 in philadelphia and millville as well as wilmington. 47 degrees in allentown. suburbs we're stuck in the 30's for many hours and pottstown, willow grove, quakertown but you guys in the the 40's a at this hour and close to 50, already in mount holly, new jersey. the wind out of the north, at 10 miles an hour or less, against that wind switch out of the north, that is bringing in cooler, and dryer air, so you may have felt a little humidity over past few days, that is now out of here. very comfortable outside, and this afternoon, full sunshine, so, good warm up, temperatures, where they should be for this time of the year, seasonal in the upper 60's, after this chilly start. so around the region we will go, philadelphia has a high of 68 degrees in the sunshine. near 60 at the shore. breeze off the ocean. up the in the mountains a is in day in the poconos at 6o like we said it feels more
like summer over next couple of days. we will let you know how warm it will be when i show you the seven day forecast in a few minutes. new back to you. >> looking forward to that, thank you. a teenager is killed in philadelphia's feltonville neighborhood. teenage boy was shot in the chest, around 3:00 this morning in the 400 block of wyoming avenue. he was rushed to st. christopher's hospital where he died from his injuries. no details on any suspect at this time. police are looking for a man who abducted and sexually assaulted a woman in cobbs creek. woman told police she was forced in the suspect's car at fourth ninth and lancaster, around 4:00 o'clock yesterday morning. she said she was then tied up and sexually assaulted. victim was able to free herself around 3:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon at 57th and loch wide and taken the two special victims unit. the community is now on edge. >> i am just glad because that is scary. stuff like that don't happen around here. >> just a have that i went to go grab my sister from
somewhere and it is like i told her to stay where she was and wait for me. you have to be careful, there is just too much going on out here. >> police say that the suspect has dread locks and a long beard. a teenage 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 in the southbound lanes at washington township. the accident closed route 42, southbound and officials investigated, in details, as the driver remain at the scene. route 55 north boundary mains closed while police investigate a fatal accident in millville, new jersey. investigators tell us that a driver lost control of their truck, flipping over a couple of times and then catching fire before coming to a stop on the side of the highway. it happened around 4:00 o'clock this morning and the driver did die at the scene. a suspect is under arrest for a costly act of vandalism in south philadelphia.
residents on the 1700 block of christian street, woke up saturday morning to find tires slashed on 13 vehicles. police say they found the 54 year-old suspect sitting nearby with the knife, he was taken into custody without incident. just a shame, there is no benefit to any within all it does is inconvenience people. i hope that people could feel safe and confident in their community. >> and charges against the suspect are pending. tomorrow night in delaware, a community meeting to discuss violence that left a teenager dead at her school last week. sixteen user old amy joyner francis was attack in the girls bathroom inside howard high school of technology in wilmington. police say at least two suspects were a rested. and in the campaign 2016, the presidential candidates and their surrogates are
crisscrossing our area ahead of tuesday's primary. former president bill clinton campaign for his wife, hillary clinton at the dining car in northeast philadelphia. he also spoke with supporters in montgomery and delaware counties. he asked pennsylvanians to roth for his wife, the the democratic front runner. >> we have to pull this country together. we have quit being small, petty, mean and divided. that is what she wants to do. we can do it so we can all rise together. >> the former president also visited the irish broker station house in langhorne bucks county. there he took pictures with customers, shook hand and signed autographs. well, the republican presidential candidate are also working hard to pick up these last minute votes ahead of tuesday's five state primary. correspondent brian web shows us why don't old trump and his campaign are not seeing eye to eye. >> reporter: donald trump came out swing nothing a campaign
stop in connecticut and took aim at the election process that 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. then people start yawning, leaving. the whole thing is a disaster. >> reporter: trump's closest republican rival ted cruz is in indiana today where he criticized both trump and clinton as politicians who just can't keep their promises. >> usually they talk good on the campaign trail, and then help get in office and betray us. well, turf give donald credit, he is betraying us were he even got elect. >> reporter: clinton spoke with working families in new haven connecticut a good showing on tuesday with give her 90 percent of the delegates needed to win the democratic nomination. >> it 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 middle east. >> secretary clinton heard the same evidence that i did, she voted for the war. >> reporter: republican date john kasich campaigned in rhode island and he is trailing trump and cruz heading into tuesday's primary. brian web for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and with the outcome of the primary still very much up in the air, pennsylvania's playing a major role in campaign 2016. sure to be big topic of discussion on today's face the nation. john dickerson joins us live with the preview, john, good morning. >> good morning, rahel. we have got ohio governor john kasich, and senator bernie sanders on, two challengers trying to slow down front runners in their party who are kind of moving quickly to the exits, towards those majority delegates they would need to get the nomination. we will talk to the two will challengers about how they will stop them, how far they
will take their fight? will they get all the way to the convention? what will that mean to the two parties if they keep the fight up until the even. we will also talk to mark landler a insuring times white house correspondent and written a new book called alter egos about barack obama's foreign policy vision and hillary clinton. what would the world look like if she were become president? how does she view foreign policy. we will have new poll numbers from our battle ground tracker and discuss those in our political round table, rahel where we will try to make sense of the weeks political news. >> john, a at least on the democratic side, hillary clinton certainly out pacing bernie sanders when it comes to delegates. do you think we might see the vermont senator drop out anytime soon. >> i don't think he will drop out. we might see him take his foot off the gas in terms of his attacks on her recognizing he may have to after this next tuesday, that he math the mathcally cannot get number of delegates that he needs, and so while he may want to continue his campaign to push his message and he has been quite successful in changing
some of hillary clinton's positions he will keep the push to the convention but he couldn't be so aggressive in making distinctions with her and taking her on as he went towards the convention. >> very interesting. a lot of primaries on tuesday, lot to see, thanks john. well, if you have flown recently chances you are a complaint but how do you tell. why it is so hard to file a complaint and what to do if you have one. that is gloverwhen i visitedi knew whmy family in georgia.ike when i saw bernie
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good morning waking up to a chilly morning but temperatures warming up. we're talking about 50's returning for our current temperatures as we check from the weather watchers. they have been excited. lots of sunshine. check out these lows we have this morning, we did get down into the 30's, in some spots. lou in eagleville dipped down to 39 degrees at one point this morning. we hit 40 in mount laurel, new jersey at carrie's house. in philadelphia 41. forty-three in media at eric's house and mid 40's in willingboro from kenneth martin. right now here's a check of the current numbers warming up in chesterfield. ed at 55 degrees. lower 50's in buena vista township at margot simmons house. still in 40's in northern delaware, wilmington lisa at the 49 degrees.
and lawrenceville, 47 at peter's house. no worries. we will talk about 60's. temperatures where they should be for this time of the year. nothing but sunshine, right new looking from the palmyra cove nature park across the delaware river. you can see sky line yesterday at this time, could not see that because we were socked in with the the low clouds, fog and we pick up a tenth of an inch of rain yesterday. we could use more. check out this deficit. since april 1st down 1 inch, and over an inch in a quarter, for philadelphia, and over 3 inches since march 1st below average. so we could use some more rain, and help grass grow this spring season. with the recent dry weather, high pollen counts for several days, allergy sufferers, you know it, you probably feeling it. remains high today, tomorrow, even on tuesday with rain, a pollen count still remains on the high even. high pressure over us right new, so that cold front that brought rain yesterday is long gone, moved off shore, we are nice and dry, ohio valley, into the mid-atlantic northeast no threat of any
rain, today and tomorrow, we will start to bring back rain chances on tuesday, and bump it up to an 80 percent chance. good shot have of seeing widespread showers and maybe a few then are storms. we will talk about that in a bit. wednesday, we will catch a break, mid week we're okay but by even of the week more rain on the way in the form of showers, thursday, potentially into friday as well. so, through the day day nothing but sunshine, pleasant conditions, get outside, enjoy it if you can, we're still dry on monday, and is in start effort to workweek just warmer, temperatures surging back in the 70's. here comes our next system a cold front moves from the north on tuesday, and so tuesday morning we will start to see some showers, develop, and then depending on where this front sets up that will determine our temperatures as long as it is to the north, that is what it looks like right now, we will be staying on the warm side, but into the afternoon, we he will get a few peaks of sun, south of the front, and that could fire up thunderstorms. we are under a risk for severe storms, mainly from the city on southward across delaware, parts of the south jersey,
into southern chester county, upper maryland, easter shore, cecil county maryland there is potential for stronger thunderstorms tuesday afternoon at the this point. today they right where it should be for mid to late april, mid to upper 60's with full sunshine, light wind, near perfect conditions, and, then tonight not quite as cold, near 50 for the city, 40's in the suburbs. still jacket weather, on monday morning but look at monday afternoon, nice rebound, well into the 70's, maybe upper 70's around philadelphia, even up toward lehigh valley, berks county, good shot at reaching mid 70's because we are away from that chilly a atlantic ocean. today pleasant, sunshine, 68 degrees for the afternoon highs, tonight, 50 for the city, so jab 40's out in the suburbs and look at this extended forecast, it is one of a warm day, just wait until tomorrow 77 degrees, mostly sunny. cloud, showers potential thunderstorms on tuesday, with a high of 79, then the front moves through. we are back down to the 60's, wednesday and thursday but then we will break out more rain chances, on thursday, and friday, but rahel, this is
good news, it is raining, we do need it, it has been a while since we have had a soaking rain. >> typical spring forecast with sum inner there too. >> that is right. >> justin, thanks. 8:50. lets get one last check of the road. lets go to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> good morning, rahel. we are looking at i-95 north bound between girard avenue and allegheny avenue. autopsy ahead in the northbound lanes to the right of your screen, there is actually was a person that has a flat tire. he is kind of getting an entourage there in the back and front. they are making sure there is a a tow truck in the front and police car in the back of him. they are making sure that he exits safely or she exits safely. this is i-95 north bound disabled vehicle will right lane kind of block, because they are going so slow between girard avenue and allegheny a avenue. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans new back to you. we are going back to sports. here's leslie with "eyewitness sports". >> she down at high noon game six between flyers and caps,
orange and black still playing after losing first three games of that series. so another must win for dave hacks stahl's crowd. michael neuvirth will start in goal for the flyers, friday night he won game five for the flyers having 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's has found his groove. >> it was an amazing game, you know, i was seeing the puck real well. every bounce was 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. they know they must play better force a game seven. >> we will in the play like we
played last night. we had one ugly performance. michael saved us. we fully intend to get out there tomorrow night and have a way better game, 100 percent better game. phillies finish up their series this afternoon with the brewers. jared eickoff will get the start. charlie morton took the mound for phillies last night but only went an inning. to the second inning charlie laid down a bunt and fell running to first base. he left the game with the left hamstring strain, he will likely be put on the the 15 day disable list. on the third inning phillies scored three times. tyler get dell with his first big led rbi when he sing told score darren ruf making it three-1h in the fourth phillies trade by a run until michael franco hit his third home run in the last to games. three run shot to the left. fightins take a six-four lead. next inning franco showing off in the field. robbing ryan brawn with the hit. franco went three for five and drove in five runs.
odubel herrera, baby bull went three for four and drove in two runs as phillies beat brewers ten-six. nfl draft is thirst night, eagles making a very bold move, earlier in the week, trading up from the number eight spot the to number one spot. and with i a question questions to find their franchise quarterback in mine. will it be jared goff or carson wentz. we caught up with defensive lineman beau allen to ask him what the eagles might the do with that pick. >> i'm exited to see what happens. i don't really have any, sort of inside, you know, or what we're doing or anything but obviously our front office has a good idea of who they want to get and, you know, ultimately, next thursday, next week, we will see what happens, but we just have to wait. >> to the pitch, union hosting insuring, villanova wildcats honored for winning national championship, life very good for cats right now. first half union up one to knowing in the forty-first mink cj a sapong redirects sebastian le toux's shot in
the goal as union beat new york two to nothing. that is all of the sports, i'm leslie van arsdal, have have a great date. well, for some of us, today is a very special day, it is national the pet parents day. time to show your fury children some extra love. we pet parents know there is very special bond between a parent and a owner, pet and its owner like they are a member of the family. national the pet parents day is observed on the last sunday of april. it was create todd honor all dedicated pet parents around the nation with the special day of their own. lets take a look, this is my little guy, his name is bj, he is a poodle snoozer mix and he is very sweet, very protective, and i'm a little crazy about him. we will be right back in a moment.
pleasant, light wind, 68 degrees, that is our average high for this date. then we're up to 77 on monday, mostly sunny skies, tuesday another warm day but humid, upper 70's again but there will be showers around and a few then are storms late in the day more shower chances later on thursday and friday this week. >> thanks. >> all right, justin, thank you. >> that is "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tr but we are always on line, cbs philly.com. sunday morning is next, have a great day. apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. she trayvon martines. shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong.
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