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>> shooting inside a montgomery county church what we know about the victim and the latest on the church what investigation. today is monday, april 25, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke tongs. of course meisha here with traffic, katie has your
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forecast. >> good morning. happy monday everyone. >> vine open this morning, that's clutch for me, yes, another day where the wet letter stay dry, stay tranquil, looks like warm summer like day out there, at the moment, not terribly chilly either, storm scan, hey, that's empty, so all good things to report on a monday morning. definitely makes getting up little easier, but looking at this wider zoom, you can see limb wet weather just over the new york state border there, that is a warmfront, lifting through, so temperatures are really going to have chance to spike once again today. see couple of clouds, really that's t here's where we stand right now, 51 at the airport, not too bad. cooler through all of the other outlying observation that is we've got on the map for you right here. forty-one in quakertown, 46 palmyra, in mt. holly the oddball out here at 39 degrees. so where you have the clearest sky, re remote suburbs, have chance to cool off more readily here this morning, take a peak, this looks awesome, mostly sunny, nice and warm today, p seven in the
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city. not shabby. upper 60s the expectation at the shore towns, keep it in mid 60s up in the mountains, as well, few additional clouds for you there. those clouds will be building as our next cold front starts to march ever closer. but today is a dry day shall meisha, a we can expect to see the sunshine throughout the afternoon. so overall not a bad way to kick start a week, flight. >> morning commuters will love this, 77, sunshine, dry roadways, thanks, for bringing good news on this very early monday morning, good morning, everyone, construction here 95 south between bartrum avenue and route 420 all cleared. looking very good there. looking basically real nice anywhere that i look. 422 eastbound between route 23, all clear. the vine, all good. all open. both moving in the westbound and eastbound directions. it wasn't even closed this morning, that's gratz news for a loft you wait to go hear about the vine. all good. all open. see early risers out there already. ben franklin bridge looking
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nice and quiet. take a look at this, moving in the westbound toward center city looking great. patco running special evening schedule tonight in norristown high-speed line, new weekday schedule starts today. check your schedules on line, brooke, over to you. >> meisha, a one day before primaries in person pen and delaware. political bombshell in campaign 2016. ted cruz and john kasich are actually teaming up in a last ditch effort to block donald trump from getting the republican president a.m. nomination. crews will focus on indianna, kasich on oregon and new mexicoment trump holding rally this afternoon, at west chester university. kasich plans to shake hands this morning at the penrose diner in south philadelphia on "face the nation". kasich questioned whether cruz or trump could defeat hillary clinton. >> the delegates are going to want to know who can beat hillary, if we don't beat hit hillary we eyes lose the supreme court, state and local races, where we are heading.
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>> campaigning today, indianna and nebraska. >> trump tweeted his reaction to the cruz-kasich strategy. he says lying ted and case rick mathematically dead and totally desperate. he goes on to say their donors and special interest groups are not happy with them. sad. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton plans two rallies one in wilmington this morning, the other tonight at philadelphia city hall. yesterday the democratic frontrunner visited two philadelphia churches, triumph baptist church one of the issues clinton pushed is education. she praised pennsylvania governor tom wolf's plans to improve it. >> and that's specially true here in philadelphia. your governor has been fighting to get the resources that the schools in philadelphia deserve to have. and it is an outrage that the state legislature is standing in the way. >> will also appear tonight on nationally televised town hall at the national constitution center. >> separate town hall at the
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constitution center yesterday during speech in providence, rhode island, he spoke about a rigged economy that causes hardship for the lower and middle classes. >> a rigged economy is despite all of our labor, 58% of all new income generated today is going to the top 1%. >> sanders will also hold a 6:00 p.m. rally at drexel university's athletic center. >> new cbs news poll shows the front runners each party ahead in the keystone state. the cbs battlegrounds tracker shows donald trump with 49%, with ted cruz getting 26% and john kasich, 22. >> among the democrats, hillary clinton leads bernie sanders 51 to 43%. >> today president obama is expected to announce the us is sending up to 250 military officials to see ya to battle isis. the president will deliver remarks in germany, the troops will help advice here and forces near the town of rocka,
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about 50us special operations forces are already in syria. an autopsy scheduled today for a man fatally shot inside montgomery county church. developers tell us the fight broke out yesterday morning between two church members at the keen stone fellowship church in force whales, 27 year old robert braxton shot once in the chest. he died at the hospital. an eyewitness describes the moment the gunfire started. >> we were worshiping, and you hear three different gunshot right after, i mean, everybody kind of went on the floor and was hiding. >> we have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law. we are still interviewing witnesses. >> the montgomery county district attorney says that parishoner has not been arrested and is cooperating with police. >> a community meeting is scheduled tonight in wilmington, days after a student was beaten to death inside howard high school. >> police confirm the fight was recorded, this is an image of the video, the girl on the right is the victim, 16 year old amy joiner, joiner was air lifted thursday to the
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hospital but pronounced dead. so far no arrests, tonight's meeting hopes to bring the community together. it start at 6:00 at stubs elementary school. governor markell among the elected officials attending. >> this morning police are investigating possible link between two shootings, one in which a man was shot and killed, just after talking to a pennsylvania state representative candidate. investigators say the 21 year old man was talking to a staffer for can't date chris rock on vernon road in cedarbrook about 3:30 yesterday afternoon. man approached the victim from behind, shot him twice in the head. gunman got away. short time later a 18 year old man was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting on temple road. police believe both shootings to be gang related. >> police tell "eyewitness news" they have identified a suspect in a weaken sexual assault in cobbs creek. they say the suspect new his victim through work. he forced the 29 year old victim into his karat 49th and lancaster early saturday morning. investigators say the suspect
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tied the victim sexually, assault dollars her, held her captive for 11 years. the woman freed herself and got away. police are searching for the suspect, but have not yet released his name. well, still ahead this morning, surprising announcement of love. >> the 90 year old former pennsylvania senator planning to marry his boyfriend, we'll tell you about it, also this morning, new details in the grissly murders of eight family members in ohio. what police say they found as three of the crime scenes. plus this: >> ♪ >> ♪ >> remembering a philadelphia talent, billy paul has passed away. we'll hear from his manager next. >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> autopsy expected to be finished today, authorities reveal sunday they found marijuana growing operations at three of the four crime scenes, but they say, it is unclear if drugs played a role in the murders. eight members of the same family were found shot and killed friday, authorities are searching for the gunman. >> a surprising revelation from a former us senator. ninety year old pennsylvania democrat, harris wofford, will march amen, 50 years his junior. wolf err penned new york times he editorial, with the relationship, couple together 15 years, wofford's wife claire passed away after nearly 50 years of marriage. he calls his life, quote, a story of two great loves. >> another voice in the music world has gone silent. philadelphia's own singer billy paul has passed away at 80. the soul singer diagnosed with pancreatic dancer -- cancer, died at his blackwood new jersey home yesterday. perhaps best known for 19 70s hit, me and mrs. jones. his manager tells "eyewitness
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news", paul came from a challenging backgrounds. >> the fact that he succeeded in music with honor, with dignity, with talent, is a credit to him. >> paul also served in the army with elvis presley and a number of other musicians in post world war ii germany. kenny gamble, leon hoff, say after they signed paul to international records, quote, we immediately realize that we had discovered and launched one of the most unique voices in the music industry. they say he has a special place in music history. ♪ purple rain ♪ >> bruce springsteen pays tribute to prince. the boss opened his show saturday night in brooklyn with that performance of purple rain. minneapolis paid tribute, as
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well this weekend. >> ♪ >> did you catch that? the bell of city hall rang to the tune of 1999. the minnesota wild honored prince, putting him symbol in the stands, and holding a moment of silence for him. musical celebration every prince's life is also being planned. beyonce's new albumn will soon be available on itunes, albumn called lemonade, supposed to be released at midnight, but hasn't showed up yet. lemonade ex crewsly released saturday to her husband's jz streaming service title, many fans were angry because of course not where everyone is a title subscriber. it is a good albumn. i'm title subscriber because can i not wait for beyonce. >> what a surprise. >> so i was already there, check it out pretty well. it will be therefore the rest of you who are there.
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>> thank you for that. >> your review. >> 4:43, meisha watching the roads this morning. >> happy monday, roads are looking good, nice and dry. >> the weather definitely provide that dry weather, and it looks as though we will stay that way through the rest of the day today, maybe watching for wet weather to arrive overnight, into tomorrow, then things starting to downhill. next storm system namely frontal boundery with it crossing through, brink withing it eventually cool down, as well, but we're spiking on the thermometer next two days here, eventually stormy weather on the horizon, for now though all good. we take you outside to live look overlooking center city. this from high atop our very own station headquarters here, looking at broad and spring garden, end oint section, here essentially just quiet right now. looking at storm scan, though, we go to nice wide zoom of that to start it off. see warmfront lifting north. it won't be producing any wet weather for us, but it does help usher in more of southerly wind flow.
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so while we keep the sunshine, get some of the southerly wind, means the temperatures can go right on up. they sure will later today. eventually the cold front with this same storm though will be crossing through, that comes tomorrow. so let's walk you through this. we jump top 5:00 p.m. this evening, already you see the atmosphere starting to moisten up well off to the south and west, again, don't worry about wet weather until overnight. time stamp 2:00 a.m. future weather model trying to bring in some pretty heavy rain across some of the northern communities here outside of philadelphia. but it is really tomorrow. and specially through the second half of the day, any wet weather will pick up for us perhaps morning shower, or brief heavy downpour off to the north, and then the front passes through, because sunshine to work with, some of the storms could be locally strong or gusty. we have to keep an eye on how those guys develop. head toward night fall, things start to dry out, front drops pretty much north to south. we start to clear out as a result. for some pretty nice weather looks like by wednesday by the way. today looks awesome. make outdoor plans, have the
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sun glock ready to go. seventy-seven probably feeling easily like in the 80s when you factor in the higher sun angle. scatter shower, perhaps rumble every thunder late tonight. likely showers and storms through the p.m. hours of tomorrow. plan your primary voting plans around that. mid six 60s under some sunshine though by the time we hit wednesday. so bit of roller coaster on the thermometer here, meisha. >> looks that way, all right, katie, thank you so much. good morning, everyone, happy monday morning to you. the schuylkill, headlights moving in the eastbound direction, past montgomery, looking great. basically anywhere we look this time of the morning it is looking really good. a lot of the morning construction, over night morning construction cleared and out of our way. did so fairly quickly, vine no problems there. a look at new jersey, 42 freeway, looking good, nice and quiet. ninety-five south past cottman, we can expect this. ninety-five south at con man you can see still plenty of vehicles out there already. not even into the 5:00 hour. already good indicator it will be busy morning, on interstate 95 for sure. boulevard southbound, this is what you are looking at for those every you just headed
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out there, looking good, once you jump on the schuylkill looking good there, as women. patco make note of. >> this patco running special evening schedule tonight. norristown high-speed line, new weekday schedule starts today. make sure to check your schedules on line. certainly want to do. that will delaware memorial bridge, just quick reminder left lane still closed. speed limit is still 50 miles per hour, jim, over to you. thank you, so much, meisha a still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, the common household item that could be making your kids sick. >> new information just released overnight ahead in money watch. bus first there is a look on what's ahead tonight on cbs-3.
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clear path in the indianna primary while cruz says he's clear the path for kasich in oregon and new mexico. trump expected to add to his delegate leads tomorrow including pennsylvania and delaware. police say dispute between two members of a north wales montgomery county church ended when one man shooting and killing the other. so far, no arrests. >> there is a meeting tonight in connection with death of teenage student inside wilmington howard high school last thursday. jack markell is expected to attend, police say 16 year old amy john err was assaulted inside rest courtroom at the school, died later at a hospital. >> now 4:50. time for check on business news. >> money watch's hena daniels joins us live this morning from the new york stock exchange, hena, doctors are once again warning parents about laundry detergent packets? >> they are convenient but dangerous to children.
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>> we'll in the the humidity coming on us. sign of things to come already out there on storm scan3, this is our warmfront lifting north. soap, we are keeping sun around, all day today. you'll see few clouds, but that's rally t but as that warmfront lifts, in you get more of southerly winds flow t helps the temperatures to spike and it also of course factors in the solar heating will heat up just from that straight up just from the sun. so, by tomorrow, cold front crossing through. it is going to lead to scattered showers, and specially into the p.m. hours some thunderstorms, some of those could be locally strong f you are hitting the polls, i highly suggest that you keep the umbrella around for the second half of the day, maybe
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see few showers in the late morning. so there really is just i would say two separate time frames, best shot to see weather. most notably of wet weather comes in the p.m. hours. but look at that, we flirt with 80 tomorrow. come wednesday, big old drop on the thermometer, back to the mid 60s, as skies start to clear out for sunshine, and keep those mid 60s through the end of the week, meisha? >> sounds great. we could take a little rain, 79 degrees tomorrow, no problem. bring the umbrella blue route headlight moving in the southbound direction at ridge pike, looking good. basically, if you are just waking up with us, anywhere i look, overnight construction, clearing out of the way right away. anywhere i look right now looking really good. now we will slowly start to see it change in the 5:00 hour. overall really really nice right now. the vine, all open. moving in the westbound and eastbound direction, for those of how have dealt with the construction, 959 south at cottman, what you are looking at, looking very nice and quiet, jim, over to you. >> thanks, meisha a headed out the door stay updated when katie's forecast on sister
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>> it is a sprint to the finish line as the candidates make one final push to win pennsylvania and delaware. where you can see the candidates today, and the surprising new republican strategy to de die donald trump the nomination. >> we were worshiping. you hear three different gunshots after, i mean shall everybody kinds of went on the floor and was hiding. >> gunfire interrupts a church service and leaves one person dead. we'll tell you why police have not arrested the shooter. >> and get ready to open up the windows again today. katie says it will be a beautiful spring day. she'll let you know when the sunny stretch comes to an end this week. well, today is monday, april 25th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning.
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>> yes, good morning, happy monday. kicking off another week together. >> fantastic, weather looking good. we're done >> very own station headquarters here at cbs 3, facing south, entire city skyline, totally visible, no visibility problems what so ever for us, not weather-related ones that we can certainly expect to stay nice and clear, eventually things are going to starting to downhill in our area, that comes, courtesy after new frontal boundery on the move. for now, storm scan nice and quiet. very high vale of clouds, up in the atmosphere here, but generally we have a nice clear sky, where you have got the clearest of skies, you'll see the coolest temperatures, very likely here this morning, but eventually there is a storm on the way. and that's going to be dragging cold front through. now on tuesday, we see pretty significant so far ear weather threat through the central planes. here, her


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