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>> have you seen this man? heesiason caped prisoner on the loose right now in south jersey police say he's dangerous. arthur buckle escaped from pschiatric hospital early this morning. good afternoon, i'm brooke thomas. >> i'm jim donovan. let's head right to "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan, live at the pschiatric hospital in winslow township camden county. cleve? >> reporter: good afternoon,
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jim, brooke. i just want to be very clear about this, arthur buckle was at a facility on the ground of ancora pschiatric hospital. but he's not a pschiatric patient. it just so happens that bayside prison has a satellite facility here on these grounds, and the only reason it is here is because this is state property. so, there is no association between buckle and the pschiatric hospital. let's get right to his picture, show you what he looks like, police do want people to be on the look-out in this area. he is 38 years old, 5 feet 9 inches tall, ways about 180 pounds, and he has a small tatoo under his left eye. officials say he wasn't present during a 6:00 a.m. head count this morning, and that's when the search began with the department of corrections and local police. now, buckle is at minimum security satellite facility at bayside prison which houses about 300 inmate. that's much smaller than bay side main prison which has closer to 2,000 inmates. now, buckle, this is very
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interesting, he was eligible or is eligible for parole in about three weeks. he was just sentenced to go to prison back in january. just short-term. he's in prison for aggravated assault, as well as some controlled substance drug charges. so as of right now, they are continuing the search right now. they doesn't want to talk about where they're searching, what assets they're using because they don't want to -- they want to help arthur buckle, latest we're hearing from the department of corrections that the search is ongoing. they'll update as soon as he's located but for everyone in the area please be on the look-out. reporting live in winslow township, cleve bryan, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thanks so much, cleve. now, getting break from the rain but don't put that umbrella away just yet. you'll probably need it later this week. meteorologist, katie fehlinger live in the cbs-3 weather center her first forecast. >> that's right. more rain on the way even though the ray we had on earlier this morning starting to taper off completely, just
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left with clouds, damp weather the rest of the day, yes, some more rain on the way, as at any really helping to put decent dent thankfully into the rainfall deficit. but yes, does make for obviously dreary conditions, quick peak here at storm scan3, which at the moment has thankfully gun to empty outment granted do you still have very thick cloud deck. don't bank on seeing a lot of sunshine today. visibility have risen considerably since last check, but even up at mount pocono under 2 miles. you will likely still see some areas of fog out there, maybe not as pronounced as it was this morning. but, regardless, there is still a lot of moisture in this atmosphere. mid, upper 50s, anywhere from philly down toward the shore towns, still little cooler by comparison mount pocono, but i suggest a jacket, you know, really not going to rebounds all that much here today. it stays damp. it stays cloudy. as a result of the fact that we are only in the low 60s, at best, yes, it is certainly a chilly afternoon, in terms of the standards, for early may, that's for sure. up in the poconos, probably won't even break out of the 50's, chill in the air, certainly staying damp, more
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rain on the way which we'll track later in the show, brooke. >> thanks, katie. american service man has died in an attack carried out by isis fighters iraq. it happened outside of the isis-held city of mozul this morning, defense department officials say the service member killed under direct fire at least 2 miles behind the front line. american was a military advisor to group of kurdish fighters work closely with the us-led coalition in northern iraq. the identity of the service member killed has not been released. >> us servicemen catch three children thrown from burning building in south korea. the terrifying ordeal was caught on camera. the children, aged one, three, four, were caught in blankets held by us soldiers, who just happened to be passing by. the mother also jumped, and miraculously everyone survived without a scratch. turning now campaign 2016, the race for the white house goes through indianna today as
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voters go to the polls for public and -- republican and democratic primaries. craig boswell at the white mouse with that story and how the republican race has dipped into tabloid territory. it is primary day in indianna, and voters are out casting their ballots. fifty-seven delegates are at steak, and ted cruz needs big win if he hopes to stop dab from clinching the nomination. >> pretty much over it, donald trump, especially if he wins by the margins that the polls are suggesting. >> headed into today trump 15-point lead over cruz in the latest polls. >> if we win in indianna, it is over with, folks, it is over with. the race for the white house turned bizarre today when trump tide ted cruz's father to the man who assassinated president john fk den. >> his father was with lee harvey oswald prior to oswald being, you know, shot at. the whole thing is rad i can us. >> trump is referring to national inquirer article, which says, this photo from the warren commission shows raphael cruz with oswald at a pro castro rally. the cruz campaign says it is
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not true, and that trump is detached from reality. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders is hoping to pull off an upset against hillary clinton, he had coffee with voters in indianapolis today. but even if sanders does pull off the upset, he's unlikely to gain grounds on clinton in the delegate race. clinton is campaigning in west virginia ahead of that state's primary next week. craig boswell, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". keep it on cbs-3 throughout the day for the latest updates from campaign 2016. we'll have the primary results tonight on "eyewitness news" at 11:00. right now, police are searching for the gunman who shot two cousins, early this morning, in north philadelphia. the victims, 16 year old boy, and 20 year old woman, told police a man approached them and opened fire near summerset and park avenue, around 1:00 this morning. right now the victims are in stage condition. police investigators also say they could not locate the scene of the shooting. >> there is a preliminary hearing today, for 20 year old
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sam ear coyett, one of the men accuse in the crime spree that led to the shooting of philadelphia police officer, james mccullough. investigators say, the officer interrupted carjacking and was shot in the leg by coyett's accomplice, scott griffin. faces list of charges including attempted murder. >> on line court records, philly jesus is out of jail, arrested last night inside the apple store at 16th and walnut. authorities say philly jesus, whose real name is michael grant, blocked an aisle inside the store with a cross, then refused to leave when asked. he was charged with disorderly conduct, and defiant trespass. grant has a hearing on the charges in two weeks. meanwhile, unidentified minnesota man has come forward claiming to be the secret son of music legends prince, los angeles-based firm sales the man who is in his 30's, reached out to them, he claims his mother had a fling with the singer in the 80s, and wants to take a dna test to prove prince is his father. right now, prince's sister, tyka nelson and his half
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siblings are in court trying to sort out $300 million estate. new jersey based johnson & johnson vows to appeal multi-million dollar verdict over its signature products. >> jury awarded $55 million to ovarian cancer survivor. as correspondent vanita explains, decades of talcum powder made her sick. >> it is a huge public health concern. >> ted meadows represents gloria, who won the multi-million dollar judgement monday. >> the $50 million award in punitive was intends today punish johnson & johnson for their conduct. >> her son is 62, said she used johnson says baby powder for decades, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2,011. talc was found in hero vare yan tissue after hysterectomy. her lawsuit claims the talcum proud nerve johnson's baby powder and shower to shower is carcinogenic, and that the company has known about it, quote, based upon scientific
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knowledge, dating back to the 19 60s. >> what we're hoping is that johnson & johnson will finally do what they should have done decades ago, and put a warning on the product. >> but, johnson & johnson said scientific and regulatory reviews have determined that talc is safe for use in cosmetic products, and the label on johnson's baby proud serra prepare re at. >> in february of $72 million judgement was awarded to the family of the late jacqueline fox, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2,013. after using johnson's talc products for decades. the company's chief medical officer denies any link. >> we are confident in our position that there is no causal association between talc and ovarian cancer. >> there have been about 20 epidemiologic studies suggesting association. >> doctor daniel kramer of brink ham and woman's hospital in boston was expert for the plaintiffs in both lawsuits.
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>> my advice is always been not to use talc on a regular basis in the genital area. and i haven't changed that opinion for 30 years. >> cbs news, new york. well, coming up: history is made at this morning's tony nominations, that's coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> plus, his buzzer beater won the national championship for villanova. now, chris jenkins decides whether he is coming back to nova next year. >> then soccer fans set their stadium on fire. what led to this inferno on the field, you're watching "eyewitness news" at
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>> crazy video. fans went wild, setting the stands on fire. now, that happened before the championship game even started. you can see a wall of smoke on the field, forcing the game to be delayed for several minutes. then, after one of the teams scored a goal, fans tossed dozens of flares on to the field. you don't see anything like that at union games. >> more bad behavior on tennis court, watch loses his cool smashing his racket during the final of a tournament in istanbul. the top sad, he -- the top seed. he didn't stop with one, actually smashed three raquets.
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>> he is a senior next year, led the wildcats in three pointers last season, but will always be remembered tore just one of them. now we know the broadway shows in the running for next month's tony awards. judge ♪ >> along with shuffle along ... >> catch this, annual tony awards sunday, june 12th, 8:00 right here on cbs-3. >> we'll be woman. it is called fashion's biggest night. >> still ahead on "eyewitness
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news", the craziest outfits on the red carpet. at last night's met gal a and there were some doozies, katy? >> sure were. yes, from torn jeans to, well, you'll see. we are looking ahead here to more wet weather. it is dry for now, but, we've got more of the wet stuff to track for you. see you in narrator: the constitution says the president shall make nominations for the supreme court and the senate votes. no exception for election years why is pat toomey refusing to do the job pennsylvania elected him to do? toomey refuses to consider anyone president obama nominates, even a former prosecutor with more experience than any other nominee with bipartisan support. but toomey is choosing his party's leaders and
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playing politics with the supreme court. call senator toomey and tell him to put the constitution before his politics.
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>> here is some amazing video of a jellyfish, shot during a deep water exploration near the trench, deepest point of the pacific ocean. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration
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took the video last month. this is from more than 2 miles below the surface of the ocean. >> it doesn't even look real. >> looks like a picart thing. >> there are some bizarre looking creatures that far below. >> ya? >> not evening ankle deep? >> sharks! >> i'll stick to puddles. >> like shark lived there. >> well, jaws ruined it for everyone. >> yes, exactly. >> you know what? not the best beach day anyway. safe on dry land. it is actually drying out for now. we did have quite a bit of rain earlier on this morning, obviously, that's really starting to diminish at this point. you're not going to see too much sunshine out there today. at least you can get your outdoor activities in as the afternoon progresses here, maybe just some damp fields out on the baseball diamond. going on outside, show you the view first and for most on "skycam 3", blooms, beautiful view, granted little dreary,
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certainly, hey at least you can see them. able to see it earlier today. such low cloud deck and still obviously looks little damp. now we can say all right, first system pretty much done with our area. now that we sit between systems, we go next to our live neighborhood network shot, yes, it will stay somewhat dreary even as tomorrow, which we'll discuss. here you have it, you can tell, that the rain has dampened the sands outside beach patrol headquarters here in margate. at the moment, we've seen easily over an inch from last night and this morning's rain, in quite a few spots, for as long as one of them, hatfield, pick up just shy of an inch, the list goes on. obviously this is very short lived, pretty much everybody ended up with quite a bit of rain at some point through last night and this morning, but you can see it all starting to pull away. now, some clearing going on in the back side of this. i just don't think it will have a chance to get to us. you might see a few peaks of sun, but, i wouldn't bank on a lot of it, that said, any warmth through the day today, but as this storm is pulling
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away, at least drying out for a time, tomorrow we sit between systems, the next system that's on the way, so, as we sit between these systems, stuck under the clouds here, it will likely be at least a passing shower or two, before all said and done. thursday the next system pushes in, bridges with it more showers. that will continue to be the case on friday. remaining wet and dreary with this system casino of just me around erring nearby for a day or two, before it, too, finally pulls away. yes, been active week already. it is only tuesday. looking for more along the way. temperatures held mid and up ear's, generally, like mount pocono, wildwood, where it is cooler and milder by comparison. but, yes, that's pretty much the story. even as we go north of philadelphia, here, palmyra, mt. holly, 52 in doylestown, 54 in quakertown, and again, a lot of consistency with the temperature readings across the board. you will find areas of fog, not necessarily very widespread and catchy, but crossing some of the area bridges, could limit your
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visibility, but, that said, even into tonight, even looks like the evening seems dry, additional spotty showers in the forecast, nighttime low, and we will as i said catch at least little bit of break tomorrow, that shower, on the warning wednesday, passing shower, thursday, friday, still looking damn many but good news for the weekends, looks like saturday pretty quiet, and sunday, in time for rales for the cure any showers look like they're going to hole off right now anyway until later in the day. >> bless you. >> well, it is called a superbowl of fashion. and guess what? it didn't disappoint. >> fashion and technology came together at last night's met gala. crazy cue tore looks from the red carpet. >> hollywood's biggest stars marveled in metallic during fashion's biggest night. >> bit overwhelming, but exciting. >> after name owe i was among those who nailed the trends, in a burr berry gown.
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>> some celebrity couples went for robot love theme, including these. kim and kanye matched blinking ensemble for the night. material girl madonna also quite flashy with this daring red carpet look. >> madonna you look just as good from the front as do you from the back. >> not to be out done, lady gaga matched a beaded bell error jacket with fishnets, platform boots. this year's theme, fashion in the age of technology. up until the event, taylor swift had kept people guest g, telling vogue magazine she planned to commas a robot. instead the pop star dazzled in a mini, she and actor, elba, searched as co-chairs for the event. >> the fact i am hosting it today, super exciting. >> more than 600 person guest list is notoriously strict. guest razz given strict instructions on dress code, by vogue editor in chief, anna.
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>> superstar beyonce managed to possibly save the best for last, arriving fashionably late in this beaded latex gown. jamie yuccas, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> kate upton on, showed oven guagement ring. upton said her boyfriend of three years, to pitcher, popped the question just before the start of the baseball season, no ring yet on a wedding date. congrats to them. and she was fully clothed. >> i just didn't need to see the butt cheeks at an event. >> madonna -- >> but she is not 20 any more. >> and lady gaga, the winds blew her pants away. yikes. where eye exams have gone to the dogs.
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hey there, police dogs and other service animals help key many of us healthy and safe. >> so bucks county vet offers is taking care of them on the house. "eyewitness news" at the center for animal referral and emergency services in langhorne, service animals like guide dogs, search and rescue dogs and therapy dogs, getting free eye exams, so they can continue to do their important work. the center is offering the free checkups all month. well, that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> and i'm brooke thomas. for katie all of us here, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. we're always on line for you at the young and the restless is next.
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>> chelsea: it's like a message from the grave. >> adam: now you know why i didn't tell dylan what sage really said. >> chelsea: what did she mean that -- that she needed to talk to you about christian? >> adam: i don't know. maybe she figured it out. >> chelsea: how? >> adam: i don't -- i don't know. i mean, it's possible that she put the pieces together, right? and she found out i switched the dna results. maybe she was on her way over here to -- to talk to me. maybe she just wanted to hear me say the words that i was christian's father. >> nick: [ screaming ] [ crying ]


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