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. welcome back, a deadly shooting in a montgomery county church one man killed after a fight between two church members
leads to gunfire. it happened at the keystone fellowship church on stump road in north wales about 11:30 this morning. the man has been identified as 27-year-old robert braxton of north wales. one eyewitness describes the moment the gunfire erupted. >> we were worshipping and you hear three different gunshots. everybody went on the floor. >> we're going to have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law.
>> the district attorney says the shooter has not been arrested and is cooperating with authorities. to campaign 2016 tonight on tuesday, democratic voters will decide who will run against republican incumbent pat toomey in the general election. jessica dean sat down with the four candidates vying for the democratic nomination to learn more who they are. >> reporter: four pennsylvaniaians are hoping to take on pat toomey in informed me each brings their own reasons for running and ideas how to best represent pennsylvania. brad mayor says. >> this idea that if you washington i'll go in and change it. it doesn't work that way, you're one of 100 people in the senate. because something is difficult
doesn't mean it's not something that should be attempted. there's a moral duty to do that. despite the odds and the in any sayers, we were able to create success and get things done. i believe the same thing can be held true in the united states senate. >> reporter: katie mcginty most recently served to tom wolf but he also has experienced in private sector. >> i think people are tired of the business sector. i started a small business. helped funnel a larger business, worked with entrepreneurs and helped to grow up very creative high tech companies. that brings a common sense of a no nonsense too of what i believe is missing in washington dc. >> joe says stack unsuccessfully ran against senator toomey in
2010, but says stack says he won't be deterred. >> i was 39 when i met my wife, proposeed to her two weeks afterwards, eight years later, she said yes. that same persistent is what i want. not the democratic in washington, dc. there's difference between power holders and leaders and how you use the power for people. >> reporter: joe owns a small manufacturering business in allegheny county. on tuesday, the pennsylvania supreme court restored his ballot after sestak challenged the validity of what he collected in order to get on the ballot. >> i got seven days before the election since they put me on a ballot and we let things ride because you can't do nothing on all the time you were off. almost month. i represent fair trade. that's my goal. my goal is to have fair trade
enacted and bring the jobs back to america. >> democratic voters will make their choice tuesday, april 26, jessica dean cbs3 "eyewitness news." again voters will be heading to the polls in pennsylvania and delaware on tuesday in new jersey. the primary will be held on june 7th. president obama is expected to announce tomorrow that the u.s. is increasing it's military presence in syria. this comes as the president back as new trade deal. cbs correspondent margaret brennan reports. >> reporter: president obama and german chancellor are pushing a controversial trade deal that brought more than 30,000 protesters to the streets this weekend. they fear the swell trans-atlantic partnership will weaken environmental standards and consumer protection, but president obama defended the
packet that would create the world's largest free trade zone. >> if you look at the benefits of free trade around the world it is indisputable it has made our economy stronger. >> reporter: the support for mr. obama still popular could help. which. >> reporter: he has been consistent, she has been steady. she is trustworthy. >> her decision to allow more than 1 million refuges safe haven in germanny. >> she is giving voice i think to the kinds of principles that bring people together rather than divided. >> margaret brennan cbs news. >> the suspect wanted in a violent sexual assault new the victim through work. this is locally here in philadelphia. the man is accused of forcing a 20-year-old woman into his car
at 49th and lancaster in cobbs creek. suspect then tide up the victim is, sexual assaulted her and held her captive 11 hours. police are continuing to search for this suspect. they are not releasing his name. not at this point. a teenage girl is in critical condition after police say she was struck by car in gloucester county. authorities say the 15-year-old was hit while crossing route 42 at shopper's lane in washington township about 8:00 last night. the victim is being treated at cooper university trauma center. police say the 21-year-old driver did remain on the scene and no charges have been filed. police in millville new jersey are investigating a fatal accident. investigators tell us the driver lost control on route 55 north. flipped over a couple of times and caught fire before coming to a stop on the side of a highway. the driver in this case did die at that scene. stay with us, coming up on
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fantastic run just to get in the playoffs now they're looking towards next season, first year coach dave hakstol said he learned what it meant to be a flyer. >> one of the foundations of it is going out competing, competing the right way, night in and out and i think if you look down the stretch of what this group went out -- went out and did, they lived up true to that. we pushed awful hard for the last really the last three, four months. if you look all the way back to, you know, somewhere around january first, january 5th. it's been a hard push. we haven't been able to take our foot off the gas. there won't be one guy in our room that rests on that. we came into the series to win the series. we came into today's game to win game six and move on to game seven. you know, we came up short on that. >> after the game, flyers fans
had a standing ovation for the team and a let's go flyers chant with a tremendous effort to get into the playoffs, now on to the off season. phillies with a stretch of good baseball coming into today's game in milwaukee. they won three in a row and looking to sweep the brewers, phillies able to get on the board first second evening, eickhoff singles to left: mccall franco on the tear. singles to left. odd dull herrara will score. the wheels fell off the wagon. homers to left. the great hit. that makes it 4-3 brewers. just gets worse, alex presley comes into the game. homers to right. that will make it 8-4 brewers. a six-run six inning did the phillies in, 8-5. they face nationals tuesday in
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the series went kind of the way i feel the whole season did. no offense. the goal tending problems. the power play during the series just awful. where would you like to begin with this. >> i believe you summed it up pretty nicely. by and large, six goals in six games it's pretty impossible to win. power play went dead. first line wasn't able to do anything. i have a feeling ands there's no hard evidence to this. that something wasn't quite right with claude giroux. he's a better player than this. >> you're saying an injury. >> that's all i can suspect. again, it's just. >> in the playoffs, isn't everyone injured? it comes, outcomes the injury report and it's like every single player is. >> and he played, you know, to his credit. he really wasn't that good, vorachek was -- wayne smomdz kind of disappeared. they didn't have enough inspected dare scoring. if you shut down the first line
they're cooked. >> schenn was most physical player in this game and he didn't do anything. >> he didn't. >> all of those guys. >> nobody scored but schenn had a very good series because he was an agetator. he was one of the guys i thought can hold his head high. >> when it comes to the power play. seems like they did miss sean couturier. >> they missed sean couturier more as an all around guy, as a second line guy, as the guy who can be a shut down defensive guy. one of the other things i thought happened early in the series looked like schenn gotisbehere was kind of out of gas, he's a college kid. never played this long of a schedule. he did come back, i thought game four, five, started him back. he wasn't as good as he had been earlier in the season. >> he fought so hard to get there. >> yeah. listen i think the flyers go out with their head held high.
those two wins they had kind of gave them a sense they can go into the off season and carry something. >> because many people doubted they'd even go to the playoffs. there's no way. >> they didn't look like they could get there. put on a very nice run to get there. >> it's interesting because it appears we may have a goalie situation here. >> you think? >> it was unbelievable. but he's injury prone. what are you going to do. >> we've had a goalie sways in philadelphia. >> forever. >> since, you know, bernie, really. you know, you had lindbergh a for now year, hakstoll. most of the last three decades, we've had a goalie situation. neuvirth played great in the playoffs. neuvirth is a guy been around this league for awhile. more often a backup than starter. i don't know that i'd believes he the guy. mason is a guy when he's great he's great. he's extreme inconsistent. he went back in that game three.
what i believe you have is next year they're both under contract one more year. mason for over 4 million, neuvirth i think a million 8, something along those lines, you sort it out, they got young goalies in the system. you hope one of those guys moves up and graduates. >> you hope. >> it's been three decades. of we've had this. >> we're due. >> we've been going through this forever. >> the fans gotten a lot of air time during this series but the philadelphia fans i thought they were classy today. gave the standing ovation at the end. was it just because they were heavily motivated to do that? . >> i think a little bit. i also think the fans picked up on how the team certainly improved in games four, game five. the team redeemed itself. i think the fans, the good fans, which is 95 percent of the fans are the good fans, they were
embarrassed by what had happened at that game last week. they wanted to show that that's not who they are. that's not who we are. so i think they went out of their way today to show this is what philadelphia is about. good for them. >> good for them. switching gears to the eagles. trading out from eight to two. do you agree with the trade? >> i agree with the concept of the trade, yes. here's why. because. >> there's a but. >> here's, i'll give you the but. i can't sit here, lesley and tell you that carson wentz will be a top nfl quarterback. he goes to north dakota state. i've talked to people, read up on him. seen highlights of him. that doesn't make me say this guy will be top level. in concept i like it because. you clearly do not have a quarterback who can take you far in the playoffs. you need that. how do you get that?
more often than not you go early in the draft and you take one. with mcnab they had that guy. a certainly a confident guy for a decade. you're at eight. you want to move up to two, you're taking a shot. if it worked, howie roseman is a genius and we build him a statue. if it doesn't, he's a joke and out of work two years. >> it's definitely a make or break deal. >> i give him credit for having the guts to put his reputation and job on the line. >> before we go, congratulations are in order for glen. being inducted into the philadelphia sports hall of fame. >> there are eight people in there. there's a world class water skier, a tennis player. respectable, some terrific people. >> very honored to be part of this institution, there's top people. i think they ran out of names. >> top of my list right here. glen macnow. the ceremony is may 26th.
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. the jungle book roared past the competition at the box office. >> trust in me. disney's spin on the children's classic raked in nearly $61 million in it's second weekend. in a distant second the hunt man about 20 million. third place barbershop. rounding out utopia and the boss. more than 38,000 runners took part in the london marathon today and you're looking at one of them. british astronaut ran the race from space. striped a treadmill. international space station, three hours, 35 minutes, 21 seconds. amazing. if he can do it from space. i think we can do it from the ground. >> zero gravity?
i don't know. >> lauren. >> mostly sunny 77 tomorrow. a warm day and showers and thunderstorms especially in the afternoon 10 evening on tuesday, still warm 70 degrees, cool off in a wednesday, mostly sunny 66 right around where we should be, another chance of showers on thursday. use the umbrella more so this week than part of couple weeks. >> thank you,
appreciate it. thank you so much for staying up a little later with us tonight. we're always on cbsphilly.com. have a good night everyone. screech
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