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north from camden county, to someplace in north jersey, and that would describe why he came through, barnegat township. now, they say that there are more than 100 police officers from multiple agencies working together, with state police and the department of corrections which has taken lead for the last 24 hours. so far nothing has turned up, we have heard from the mayor and residents here at barnegat township who want him caught and out of their neighborhoods. the with guns drawn and search dogs at their side, police scoured wood and patrolled several neighborhood, in barnegat township looking for an escaped convict. this morning around 10:15 authorities got report of the stolen chevy truck out of hammington, new jersey. they believe was taken by arthur buckle. this is surveillance have of buckle going in the cvs pharmacy in barnegat where he apparently ditch the truck. buckle has been missing since 6:00 tuesday morning from bay side prison satellite facility on the an core property in winslow township. searches in that mostly rural
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area proved fruitless on tuesday. pursuit around homes including one sighting in a person's yard. >> it is certainly nerve racking particularly in this environment these days. >> reporter: schools were on lock down and residents in barnegat and surrounding towns were told to lock doors on their homes and cars and shelter in place. >> that is crazy, just nuts, never really seen anything like it, lived here my whole life and hopefully they catch him soon. >> reporter: barnegat mayor john no vac has a message to arthur buckle. >> you will be apprehended. best thing to does peacefully and voluntary will surrender yourself to law enforcement. you will be apprehended, make it easy for yourself. >> reporter: weather has complicated the search for arthur buckle, the rain, making it more difficult for the dogs to track him, also they have in the been able to use any helicopter to search from a above. now something interesting that truck at the cvs, authorities believe he mate actually be the second vehicle will stolen by arthur buckle.
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they are looking into another vehicle on the atlantic city expressway. the message to people in barnegat township and surrounding area is if you don't have someplace you have to go and you are at hemlock doors and stay inside for now. hopefully we will have another update, they are scheduling a press conference, for 8:00 p.m. live from barnegat township i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cleve, thanks very much. tonight the there are more questions, then answers, following an intended car stop that led to the deadly police involved shooting in philadelphia's overbrook neighborhood. "eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter is live outside police headquarters with what we know so far. >> richard ross says he is quote, concerned, about some the of the police tactics used in an early morning confrontation, that left a driver, shot and killed behind the wheel of his vehicle in overbrook. the first sounds of that confrontation going out over police radio around 1:00 this morning. >> shots fired, police
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discharged, lancaster and overbrook. >> reporter: philadelphia police say an officer opened fire, fatally wounding the man behind the wheel of this van, after he allegedly tried to off as police were attempting to stop and question him. >> one of the officers, felt he was being boxed in and in fear of his life and fired his weapon strike ago this male. >> reporter: it began police say with the 911 call in the early morning hours from a neighbor reporting that the van's driver had been acting suspiciously, repeatedly circling the block. police say the officer fired four shots, the wounded driver, continuing down the street, striking several park cars mr. the van finally came to rest. >> we heard the loud boom, and which we now know is a crash and then we heard sirens and saw the light through the window. >> reporter: strict philadelphia police guidelines prohibit officers from firing, into vehicles. unless it is a matter of life
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and death urgency. the police commissioner says that although many details still must be pieced together, he does have questions about how this deadly incident was handled. >> somewhat concerned about the tactics i will be honest with you involve in this but we have a lot of work to do, this investigation, but it is an unfortunate situation all the way around. >> reporter: neither the driver nor the officer has yet been form liz identified by police but sources tell cbs-3 that the same officer, was dragged by a suspect, from a car, a few months ago and injured. just returning to duty recently. the police commissioner says after the department completes its internal investigation, the results will be passed on to the district attorney's office, to determine, if the shooting was justified. live from police headquarters i'm walt hunter for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> more to come on that walt, thanks very much. hours earlier and few miles away in southwest
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philadelphia police say they were forced to shoot an alleged gunman. officers were called to the 5300 block of grace avenue around 11:00 last night for reports of shots, fired into the air. police say that the gunman ignored order to drop his weapon and then, he fired a shot at the officers. they returned fire, hitting that man in the leg, he is now in stable condition. campaign 2016 donald trump now has no competition in the race to be the republican party presidential nominee. ohio governor john kasich is dropping out today. ted cruz announced his decision to bow out last night. kasich and cruz lost badly to trump in the indiana primary. it looks like trump is beginning his general election campaign well behind democratic front runner, hillary clinton. new cnn poll shows clinton leading trum will 54 to 41 percent in the match up in november. cbs news correspondent craig boswell has very latest on the state of the race. >> reporter: patties now clear for donald trump to be the
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republican presidential nominee. cbs news can confirm that ohio governor john kasich will officially suspend his campaign today. the move comes less than 24 hours after ted cruz dropped out of the race. >> we are suspending or campaign. >> no, no. >> reporter: now the hard work begins as donald trump attempts to unify a fractured republican party. >> because we want to bring unity to the republican party. we have to bring unity. >> reporter: 90 percent of republicans say their party is divided and nearly half say it just can't be put back together. >> that would be lying to be all if i said this would be easy we will just pivot. >> reporter: but if there is one person who can get republicans on the same page it is likely democratic nominee, hillary clinton. >> we're going after hillary clinton. >> really? not like i have in the been dealing with that for 25 years. >> reporter: professor michael cornfield teaches campaign rhetoric at george washington
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university and says clinton will be ready. >> what would donald trump's attacks be. >> he will throw everything at her but she's very good when she's under attack. >> reporter: new poll shows clinton would head in the match up with a 13-point lead ever donald trump. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". here's john kasich right now let's list men right now. >> first thing i have to do is to thank migrate wife car even for the fact that you've owe she has endured my political career and also, of course, accentuated it. there is nobody like karen. she's charismatic, she walks into a a room, and people fall in love with her. you know, when she appeared on anderson cooper, john weaver
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commented and bet h hanson commented if we had only run karen we would have been a lot more successful. i happen to agree with that. you know, emma a reese showed up and they are unbelievable. they are just so beautiful. they have been so supportive. and they have traveled with me around the country as well and it was always such a delight to have the family on the road and as their principal had said, don't let education get in the way of learning and i think they learned a great deal and i want to thank the the worthington christian staff and their patients and willingness to kind of look after our family. it was, ter i can nobody has ever done more with less in
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the history of politics then what this staff has done. i mean, it is kind of always been this way, it has been a mystery to me other than to say that i like to think that they think that they have been part of something bigger than themselves. we all want to be something bigger then ourselves and i think we do it with honesty and integrity and as a result, i think i know and i sure hope and pray that they -- this they feel that this experience that they have had, in this campaign has improved them in some way, change their lives for the better. so i'm looking forward to being able to spend more time with them. the volunteers just amazing. i don't know how many, 800 people that went to new hampshire, people that went to
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michigan, people were in south carolina. i mean i would show up places and there were people i knew. i would be like why are you here? but they were, they were believers, and i could never thank them enough for the long car rides in the snows of new hampshire they knock on doors and in the rain of south carolina they knock on doors. it really gave of themselves. my mother used to always say never forget the volunteers, johnny, and they were always the ones that have given me the octane, the fuel to be able to carry out my purpose. i want to thank the people who gave the money, the financial resources. we never had all of the money we wanted, we were probably out spent by 50 to one but we were never, ever daunted in that and we just got up every
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day and did the best we can and, of course, big thank you go to beth hanson who was the campaign manager and did everything to keep as much as we possibly could do. and my dear, dear, friend, doug price. well, we start getting into these names but as i mentioned, i think emma said we will see mr. doug, didn't you travel with my daddy for like a year and a half ape reese looked at him and said how did you ever do that? but we had a great time and we will have a lot more fun in the future and, of course, the kitchen cabinet i look add joann davidson and tim, the only guy i know that carried more luggage then a entire circus crew.
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it was just unbelievable. so, i know i'm leaving some people out but i want to thank everyone of you. you know. i: >> john kasich bowing out of the race for republican nomination for president. we will have more at 5:30 and 6:00 and full wrap up of campaign news on the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. don't forget keep it right here on "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the campaign 2016. get latest anytime at cbs all right. lets talk weather now. it sound like a broken record, but we're tracking more rain. we have heard that before. we will get outside to meteorologist kate bilo live on the cbs-3 skies deck with the first look at your forecast, kate. >> we can't get a break from the gray dreary weather, another day in center city philadelphia a. at least it is dry for now but that wasn't the case earlier down the shore. look the at storm scan three right now it shows heavy rain has pushed out to sea we are sweeping on our triple sweep right now not finding much of anything in the wake. if we get back to the three
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hour loop you can see heavy rain and storms that formed throughout cape may, atlantic, ocean and burlington counties as well. that started its push away. we have another system diving southward impacting us through the end of the workweek. quick look at doppler estimated rainfall totals over an inch fell in atlantic, cape may counties and burlington, ocean counties as well and with the cloud, wet weather today, it is down right cold for this time of the the year. only 51 in atlantic city. fifty-three in philadelphia. coming up i'll tell you hutch longer we can expect this kind of weather when sun finally returns when i join you inside, back over to you. >> thank you. still ahead on "eyewitness news" they call it a great medical emergency so why did prince's representatives call an out of state doctor to take care of the super stars the day before his death. and we're learning found prince and called 911. heart disease and cancer are the leading causes of death the but the third, isn't even a disease we will tell you what it is.
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medical errors are now the third leading cause of death,
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in the united states, behind heart disease, and cancer. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here with more in a new report and pennsylvania group that is looking out for residents. >> yes. >> reporter: trying to help on 24 would. pennsylvania safety patient authority has said there has been a noticeable increase in reports of, series of events and deaths at hospitals and medical facilities around the state. there is a similar situation, a cross the country. medical mistakes have become the new, third leading cause of death in the united states. >> we're talking about patients dying from the care that they receive rather than the disease or injuries for which they seek care. we're talking about things that happened that shouldn't happen in a sound health care system. >> reporter: medical errors include mistakes in diagnosis, inadequate discharge instructions, and preventable complications. such as infections, pick up in the hospital. >> patients just don't die from heart plaques and bacteria, they can also die
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from communication break downs and medication errors. the system level problems are almost ubiquitous in health care. >> reporter: researchers say most medical errors are not due to bad doctors, they a say system wide failures are responsible for putting patients at risk causing 250,000 deaths a year. >> patients falling through the cracks, a fragmented health care system, diagnostic errors, medication dose goerors and preventable complications. >> reporter: pennsylvania pennsylvania safety authority's annual report says serious events at medical facilities are up 9 percent with a 22 percent increase in patient deaths. that could be due to implementation of the new standardized reports. so the question everybody is asking is what can patients do to protect themselves. welshing a couple things. be informed? know about potential complications, ask questions, especially about medications or treatment options, and get second opinions if you can. you know, if you are in the the hospital though you are out of it sometimes so get a family member to be involved asking questions.
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>> yes, and know your business. >> yes, you need an advocate. >> let's check our forecast with kate bilo. i thought i would be late to work to take because i got a little sleepy: this weather, it the slows you down. this is grilled cheese, tomato soup, nap on the couch weather. >> unfortunately we have to be up and out and about in it. i saw jessica dean walking her in, today. >> yes, must think i'm crazy. >> it is only 53 degrees. the it should be close to 70. this is not good for april. but, for may it is actually may, feels more like march with temperatures in the lower 50's. the as we head in the second week of may, everything starts to turnaround at least a little bit but we have ugly days to get through. lets look outside and take you down the shore where we can see the boardwalk in ocean city still wet. we have had rain down the shore a couple hours ago that has cleared out but everything is wet behind the ears. we have a flood advisory until 6:00 which i'll show you in
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just a moment. time lapse video from margate, shows gray skies and then heavy rain that it up this afternoon. it powered, you can see heavy rain and big rain drops coming town for a couple hours there. it has dried out for the most part, and sand is wet, beach patrol headquarters it is only 49 degrees. generally dry we have one shower moving across the delaware bay, there it is, it could impact cape may county, possibly vineland, millville areas with a couple sprinkles through this evening. rest of us are quiet for now. that is good news. evening has been generally dry, scattered showers, and get the dogs out for a walk, weather sent so bad. heaviest rain push away. take a look the a the pictures there is more rain, and, moving southward and impact us over the next few days. again, it is chilly. break out parka. we are in the lower 50's. it feels colder. rain amounts down the shore almost an inch in dennis township. .83 inches in atlantic city inn and flood advisory up and
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down coastlines of at plant being county and ocean county and that goes until 6:00 o'clock tonight. what to expect? just cloud tomorrow, maybe a stray sprinkle but rainy day is friday when this moisture spins from the atlantic and we have spells of rain pretty much all day especially early in the day on friday. so for rest of the week light showers, drizzle possible tonight, tomorrow just cloudy and cool maybe a sprinkle but friday is steady rain, pockets of rain throughout the take especially through the first half of your friday. overnight cloudy cool, 49 degrees is your low. tomorrow's high only 58. cloudy, it is chilly, and shower is possible. friday again some steady rain, through the day, high only 58 but pattern does start to break down this weekend. saturday 68 degrees, some sun peeking through, still can't rule out a couple showers but we will start to see improvement begin on saturday and take us into next week and you'll like rest of the seven day forecast which i'll show you next half an hour. stay there we will be
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all this dreary, rainy weather, we have been having causes a few bad hair days but it also seems to make people bad drivers. >> that brings up a good question, is what worse mistake you can make driving in the rain. you know how it is, poor visibility, wet road, bumper to bumper, traffic, it is tough getting around on those not so perfect days? what are some of the things that people do that bug you when it is raining. >> cut you off and slam the brake american normal so you have less time to react. >> sometimes people for get how to drive when it is raining they go too slow and that is when i get in trouble. >> i hear you. nicole brewer answers your good question is what the worst mistake you can make driving in the rain, tonight at 11:00 o'clock. do you have a good question? log on to cbs question or tweet us using the #cbs-3, good question. a lot more still ahead in our next half an hour. >> administration proposed
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soda tax gets a noisy reception outside city hall, i'm joe holden live in center city. what are your children doing on line, on their phones, tablets, lap tops even being smart, others may not be. how a local man wants to help you protect your children. then new at 6:00 o'clock tonight, walking for the first time in nearly two decade, the futuristic technology that is making it possible and the emotional response, from this local man, and his family.
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so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. honking, tractor trailers swarmed city hall. protesters coming out in force against a proposed sewed tax in philadelphia. "eyewitness news" continues now at 5:30, hi everyone i'm jessica dean.
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i'm's ukee washington. the those for and against soda tax are getting their first chance to speak to city council about the the proposal. "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden is in center city with what both sides are saying tonight, joe. >> reporter: ukee, jessica, good evening. this entire area was shut down earlier and there is still a heavy police presence out here but dozens of those protesters packed in city council chambers. in the meantime mayor kenney is saying that this taxis a much needed, set of money, set of cash to sure up funding for schools, and other city initiatives. under pressure protest against mayor kenney's controversial soda tax, spills outside city hall ahead of the public hearing. >> glad to see people are finally standing up to being taxed the way we are. >> reporter: labor leaders and those begins 3 cents per ounce plan blasted city administrators, really they blasted their horns. officials said they intend to use revenue to fun universal
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prek and other city project. what is alternative? >> i don't know what the alternative is. >> reporter: city project 400 million-dollar would flow in, if council gives a green light. >> if we pass this tax you will see the greatest, bootleg operation since prohibition right in this town. >> reporter: potential health benefits of less soda and other drinks is a consideration overshadowed by some people convinced that a tax would drive up costs and amount to a hit to the beverage industry. >> are you willing to pay possibly double for soda, the drinks. >> not necessarily if i don't have to have. >> reporter: stage is getting higher, outside lobbying interest from both side are waging millions in ads spending, drawing ire of at least one counter protester. >> it just feels like a real set up, a real put on to me. where is the other solution, you know what i mean? >> reporter: now, that hearing continues, right now in council chambers. city council has until june,
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to decide what they will do with this possible and very controversial city soda tax. reporting live from center city, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> joe, thank you. welcome to the eyewitness news team, great to have you. >> reporter: thank you very much. >> we will see you soon. we are learning more about the investigation surrounding the death of pop super star, prince. the son of a nationally known expert on pain management and addiction was the person who called 911 from prince's paisley park compound in minute so the a jamie youkiss explains how he fits in the time line leading up to the music icon's sudden death. >> reporter: lawyer for family of doctor howard cornfield a national authority on opioid, addiction treatment, told reporters that the california doctor was contacted by prince's representatives, the night before the music icon was found dead in his paisley park home. >> he set into motion, a plan to tiehl with what he felt was a life saving mission.
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>> reporter: attorney william mo zy could not get there until friday so he sent his son andre to device a treatment plan for prince. it was andrew who called 911 on thursday morning. >> he arrived, to see him unconscious in the elevator. it was certainly a difficult time. >> reporter: cornfeel's lawyer says pills were found in the andrews backpacks and said they used in pain management and addiction. >> no drugs were ever administered. >> reporter: on tuesday carver county sheriff's office released a looking of dozens of emergency calls to prince's paisley park home. in june of 2011 the report says rp or reporting person is concerned about prince's cocaine habits. he advised last year in germany, he cannot control his habit and advised to report it but officers were unable to investigate since info is year-old and she did not specify prince as an immediate danger. jamie youkiss for cbs-3
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"eyewitness news". for victims of bullying, parents, and teachers, bad behavior may have been easier to combat when it was restrict to school playground but now you that it has extended to the cyber world it is harder then ever to keep up. cherry greg from kyw news radio introduces you to a west chester man says he created an on line solution. >> it is called, bark. >> technology is powerful. >> reporter: the name is a a plane on words for this on line watch dog. the search's for children's text message, e-mail and social media accounts for questionable behavior. >> this is for parents, you know, that have children getting new devices. >> reporter: brandon is the brain behind bark, father of two launched product to combat increased risk to children on line. >> we protect those, sending and receiving messages. >> reporter: studies show kids send hundreds if not thousands of e-mails, text and social media messages every day.
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bark uses a special algorithm that looks for word or images red flagged for drug use, depression or sexual behavior. it even checks for cyber bulling a leathering parent via text or e-mail of potential problems. >> recap which is real good and it is not good then we will send them alerts. >> reporter: there is an alert if kids make changes to their accounts or if they create alternative log ins. one cool feature is risky app monitoring. it will alert parents if there is activity on apps that include fake camera oracle all thors that keep pictures and video hidden. >> parents are removed from it and not in the know. >> reporter: parents can signed up at bark dot u.s. for nine bucks a month. >> one of the rally with yous in bark is to allow the child to have privacy on line and to allow them to socialize freely without parents seeing anything. >> reporter: but with bark parents can feel confident they know enough to keep their kids safe n west chester, cherri gregg for kyw news
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radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we will continue to follow latest developments in campaign 2016. republican john kasich has now dropped out of the presidential race, he made it official just moments ago. >> as i suspend my campaign today, i i renewed faith, deeper faith that the lord will show me the way forward and fulfill the purpose of my life. >> test cruz announced his decision to bow out last night, and kasich and cruz lost by large margins to donald trump in the indiana primary. that means that the patties now clear for donald trump to be the republican presidential nominee. he says that he wants to unify the party and now focus on the general election. the his likely opponent hillary clinton has won about 92 percent of the delegates needed to clinch the democratic nomination but bernie sanders says he will stay in the race until the very end. coming up at 6:00 the key
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role to keep the stable lay in the general election, could pennsylvania help decide end up in the white house? alexandria hoff speaks to local political experts. and as news continues tonight a hacker is rewarded for his actions, coming up what he found on instagram while hacking in the social media web site and why it made him $10,000 richer. by the way, wait until you hear how old this hacker is. it is star wars day, may the fourth be with you, you know. disney release add a new mini movie but it may look different. we will show you, next, kate. well, it has been over a week of gray, glummy weather and more of that to come but pattern cost starts to break down eventually we will tell you when sunshine first peaks through clouds and when we will get a full night spring day, back in the forecast, coming up when we come right back.
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folks are saying may the fourth be with you since it is star wars day. >> i said that. that was good. >> to celebrate, disney has had hey mini version of the force awakens, controlled by emojis. >> ♪ >> this is one of our epic, into three minutes of adorable stories told as a cell phone conversation. it is all there don't you worry but they are doing battle, the attacks, hey man, good reception in that galaxy far, far away. >> that is pretty cool. >> that is really cool. >> i think people will love it. >> do you see chewy that was pretty good.
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>> yes. >> up next, she's on television, movies and on the road but is she heading down the aisle? that is
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well, facebook has paid a $10,000 reward, to a ten year-old, boy for finding a glitch in instagram. the boy said he wanted to find out if instagram could withstand malicious code, and it turns out that the site could not. and, facebook has found a way to delete comments, from instagram accounts. the boy is youngest ever recipient of the facebook's so-called bug bounties, paid to users who find bugs or weak necessaryes in its platform. >> ten years old. >> sunday is annual komen race for the cure for breast cancer. so many people fighting for a cure. we want you to meet two of them. >> andrea miller and kate royal and by chance in the business world but became friends through their shared experiences, fighting breast cancer. and kate bilo has had the chance to meet these two ladies fighting for a cure. andrea miller knows what it takes to raise money for
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breast cancer research. she sells homemade sweet powe tait the owe pies, she writes her big pink buck tote wawa. >> bowling allies, up and down south street on saturday night, we do it all. >> reporter: she does all this because in the end it is dollars that make the difference. >> i have a theory, hopefully not a strategy we will in the hope for a cure we have to work for a cure. >> reporter: as with so many, andrea's relationship to breast cancer is a personal one. >> i lost my grand mother to breast cancer in 1989 at a time when there were no treatments and there certainly was no cure, and i lost subsequently a cousin at 52 years old and if you have ever a sat at a funeral, with two teenage girls and watched their mother being buried is there something unnatural about that. >> reporter: their business relationship turned into a friendship as they bonded over a shared commitment to fighting breast cancer. >> i learn obfuscate's diagnosis, and i shared with her, that i was an advocate, for raising money for breast cancer. >> reporter: kate knew something was wrong when she was diagnosed with a cyst on her breast.
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>> whether he they drained it for purpose of the comfort and send it away, i got a call at work, and really sorry to tell you that you have breast cancer. >> reporter: kate and her husband had been married 11 months and news came at an incredibly hard time. >> my mother in law had passed away within days of me finding out that i had breast cancer. >> reporter: kate had triple negative breast cancer a highly aggressive form and required surgery and intense chemotherapy but today she's a survivor. kate will be joining andrea's team, team pink ribbon express and will be walking down steps for her first time as a survivor. >> i'm in the really a crier but i really think that it is going to be a very emotional day. >> reporter: for andrea in addition to heading up a race team she's chairing another important part of race day. >> you can find me at the big pink footprint tent where we will be honoring young survivors, 20 to 40 years old. we have a hollywood glam team. we will be making women over,
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making them feel fabulous. >> reporter: kate is planning to feel fabulous so she march necessary that sea of pink with her fellow survivors and hope she can pass message to others still suffering. >> you can do this. keep fighting, the days where you feel like i just can't do it the anymore, just keep pushing through because you can do it. >> reporter: both of these women so optimistic, so full of energy, andrea has a to know prisoners, don't take no for an answer for fund raising and kate is so excited to be there with her husband walking in the race on sunday. i can't in the wait to see them there as always, cb is is. three is proud to support komen in the fight begins breast cancer. join the entire "eyewitness news" team this sunday morning, we will be broadcasting live starting at 6:00 a.m. you can send us your messages of support, love, and hope, for those fighting breast cancer, survivor and loved ones we have lost. post using #cb. three, rftc and we will show them on tv sunday morning. you can join fight right now
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text $10 donation to komen for the cure just so easy text the word pink, to 80 seen owe 77. >> pink ribbon express. >> yes. >> beautiful. beautiful. >> they will have marilyn monroe i am person nateer and it will be a big footprint tent. really fun time. >> i will be there on sunday. >> sure will. >> kate has your forecast and to talk about this weather. >> i do have the forecast for the race for the cure. >> and? >> and it looks a little will iffy but it doesn't look like the worst day this week. that is at least good news. things are starting to move in the right direction but first we have more rain to get through over next couple have of days. tomorrow doesn't look like a wash out. friday is the day you want to make sure you have windshield wipers in good working order and umbrella ready to go. let look outside right now. this is what tomorrow will look like for most of the day just that gray sky, and doesn't look like it will rain all that much tomorrow but it is overcast, and it is chilly. we have got this upper level storm which i will show you diving southward and it will bring temperatures, well below
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average, once again, lot of cloud cover and eventually that rain will return to the forecast, late tomorrow night, into friday morning. checking in with our eyewitness weather watchers they are keeping an eye on this doom and gloom and you can see temperatures, all across the delaware and lehigh valleys, down the shore and in delaware, only in the low 50's right now. andrew was in medford, new jersey, 52 degrees with clouds. andrew says chilly end to a dreary daze looking forward to some sun in the seven day, and this beautiful daughter joining him, with his picture there. we love to see. that they are bringing sunshine to my day. she's at 52 degrees. she has got clouds as well. it could be a lot worse. we have to look at the bright side with weather like this it could be powering. we could have severe weather. we did have heavy rain down the shore, only 51 degrees checking in with james our resident shore reporter here in ocean city, james say what hey day, hail, rain, win, thunder, lightening and cold, the worst day of this streak. for shore points it is
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certainly was. the lets look at is what going on right now. we will go out to storm scan three. you can see rain impacting the shore just earlier today. they had nasty thunderstorms over an inch of rain in some spots and as james just reported, some hail around ocean city. that has now moved out. just a stray shower over delaware bay about to push into south jersey but you here's the next storm that will impact our forecast tomorrow and friday, right here, upper level storm and we talk about this yesterday and imagine it as a puddle of cold air in the upper atmosphere diving south and moving off the coast. as that puddle sits over us, temperatures will be cold, dealing with the gray conditions and the threat, for rain and that lasts right through friday. here's what it looks like tomorrow, in the a wash out just a cloudy day. noon time tomorrow generally dry across the region. the late tomorrow night at 1:00 a.m. when rain lifts back in and it comes just in waves all day long through the day on friday, pockets of heavier rain then a lull and then picks up through the afternoon. here's the good news this week
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we are in the cool pattern. next week jet stream lifts the to the north and we are talking about temperatures at or above average. overnight cloudy cool with showers, drizzle will, here's your race for the cure forecast hoping to get that sure out but we have to plan for it in the morning, scattered showers around and then some sun later in the day at 57 degrees. you're witness weather seven day forecast does warm us backup in the 70's next week. ukee and jessica, back over to you. hollywood gossip to tell but now about a a lister reportedly about to get hitched. >> there were stories swirling jennifer lopez was engaged to long time boyfriend, and background dancer casper smart but we have learned that is in the true. our sources say that j lo is not engaged. she and smart have been dating for five years briefly breaking up in the summer of 2014. don't forget, you can get more hollywood news on entertainment tonight at 7:00 right here on cbs-3. still ahead on "eyewitness news" a concert for a cause.
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>> ♪ >> sometimes these young people can feel invisible because of their disabilities, but now, they are stars. you can help them reach their goals, it is our story of brotherly love when we come back. narrator: the constitution says the president shall make
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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 playing politics with the supreme court. call senator toomey and tell him to put the constitution before his politics.
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this group is different and they embrace i had. it thinks weeks story of brotherly low everyone gets a chance to be a rock star. >> and we are rehearse forgo a concert. >> there are dancers.
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drummers. and singers. and dancers. >> they are all part obfuscate's place, joe and mack in a me started it inspired by delayed teens and young adults like her daughter kate hoy have down syndrome. >> they are forgotten. they don't get to go off to college like most individuals do, they cannot drive to their friend's house. >> reporter: kate's place meets at first united methodist church in moorestown three times a week for activities like these. >> we love it. >> reporter: the concert will raise fund for kate's place, 21 year-old dalton stills plans to sing some green day. >> ♪ wake me up when september ends ♪ >> i know, everyone knows their part. >> yeah. >> reporter: music lessons are run by a non-profit call all together now music. laura reynolds is president.
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>> a lot of chance toss collaborate with each other, we are all constantly growing together and learning from each other. >> reporter: they find friend, and even love. katie will sing with a boyfriend, and andy with a friend. every note, need in the be perfect, to be powerful. >> rock on my friend. >> kate's place concert heart and soul is on saturday may 21st, tickets on sale for $12 each. they hope it is a sellout. go to cbs to see how to order tickets. great program, great show. >> great songs too good great songs. >> wonderful. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00 and then there were three, race for the white house is shaping up, the important role pennsylvania could play in the general election. and a convict on the loose in ocean county, tonight the manhunt has residents on alert, the break that tipped off police in barnegat, kate.
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>> we have two more chilly gray days on the way, one is mostly dry, the other one lots of rain, i will tell you which is which and when the sun comes back for the weekend coming up at 6:00. it is getting there, you know, and i just always get emotional. >> hope renewed this man hasn't listen to his feet on his own in 17 years. our stephanie stahl shows you the future treatment and a the moment with his family he calls overwhelming as suspend my campaign today, ivory nude faith, teacher faith that the lord will show me the way forward. >> ohio governor john kasich officially ended his campaign for president, that leaves donald trump as presumptive,
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republican many in minute knee. what does that mean in our region and in philadelphia which typically votes democrat in good evening i'm's ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. for more we will turn to alexandria hoff, and election central, alex. well, think back on that first crowded debate, it took two different stages, two different time slots and to think that on the republican side is there a nominee and not in the democratic side, that is just where we are right now. the two candidates who moved the team up against trump have now both tapped out. >> he earn 57 percent of the vote statewide and then, also 57 percent in philadelphia a county. you know he is presumptive nominee and pennsylvania voted for him. >> pennsylvania republicans that is. allison young is former special assistant to president george w. bush and says this interesting election cycle has made waves. >> pennsylvania historically has a low voter turnout, somewhere around 28 percent n they lex we are turning out


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