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>> katie also has your back to work forecast, fear here is what you need to start your day in the morning minute. >> state police tell us escaped prisoner arthur buckle was last seen here at this rest stop, right around 11:00 last night. we are coming to you live from the fork river rest stop off the garden state parkway. >> i casino every have an idea, but i'm not 100% sure. >> anticipation building as we wait for new jersey giant powerball winter come forward. >> just one ticket maimed all of the numbers drawn saturday night, for the nearly 430 million-dollar jackpot. >> new jersey will be front and center this week, in campaign 2016. >> democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will hold rally in atlantic sit. >> i hillary clinton will campaign in south jersey later this week. >> i think this is probably the quinessential moment of the entire huge beautiful event that we brought survivors to the steps and boy are they ever happy to be here.
>> it is overwhelming, but it is wonderful that here for each other and anyone else, i want you to know that we're here for you. >> that's what it is all about, support. a lot of women there. >> beautiful sea of pink. >> katie, are we going to see pink skies or blue skies or skies? >> we will see skies, sure. >> thank you. >> you agree color are we going to see? thankfully see more sun than anything. so, i'm anticipating gorgeous sunrise, and that sun comes up earlier and earlier this time of year. soap, looking ahead to some real nice weather. generally speaking, and i say that because there is a warmfront nearby. that's something that will help your nerve few clouds as the day goes on, what you are look at on storm scan, totally clear sky foray change, did put the satelite composite over top of this, but zoom it out to see any cloud cover, mostly, most part, pent up over the virginias, and then back toward southwestern pa. some that far is going to nudge into our region, how much, with time here today. so, the further north you travel, the more sun you're
going to find. everybody's in sun at least this morning, how much, mile, breezy, granted, but it sure is a decent morning by comparison to recent ones, this afternoon, expect to see the clouds rebuild, however, again, there is going to be front lifting in. so that could potentially lead to quick shower, through delaware, southern new jersey, but i don't think that philadelphia or any points north of that, frankly, will get in on any wet weather here at all today. meanwhile, temperatures are where they. they should be for a change. 72 degrees by 3:00 p.m. tad breezy granted again with this frontal boundary nearby. but overall, it is looking like a pretty decent day. certainly good excuse to get outside. since we haven't had the opportunity as of late with decent weather. meanwhile looking ahead to the rain chances definitely a lot lower today, again, nothing more than shower off to the south. wednesday, the chance does return, and does as well for tomorrow. but thursday, finally, looking ahead to totally dry day that will feature sunshine. much more on that full forecast coming up. meisha? >> katie, i'm so happy for all
of our early morning commuters waking up this morning, and you have dry roadways, good morning and happy monday to you, a look at the schuylkill, taillights moving in the eastbound direction, both moving in the eastbound and westbound side of the schuylkill looking actually pretty good, i've been looking at this since 4:00 in the morning and holding steady. northbound direction approaching route one, what you are looking at, moving in the northbound side, headlight moving in the southbound direction, you can see it looking great, blue route all morning long looking really good, dairy say it, it looks almost like ghosttown on the blue routement looking real nice there. headlight moving in the eastbound direction past oaks, what you are looking at here. a loft early risers, but overall still traveling 55 miles per hour where i want to keep you as long as i can. construction here because of repaving of kelly drive all lanes are still blocked, and the further we push into the morning having all lanes block on the kelly drive certainly will slow you down, something you certainly want to factor into your scheduling plans this morning, leaving the house at hunting park avenue, lemon hill drive. also do have the downed tree still out there lincoln drive blocking gypsy lane.
you will have to use alternate west schoolhouse lane will be your best bet. jim, back over to you. >> thanks so much, meisha a more now on the breaking news we're following in ocean county, the manhunt is intensifying overnight for escaped prisoner. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo is live in lacy township, where arthur buckle spotted just few hurt a hours ago, good morning, jan. >> good morning, that's right, state police say escaped inmate arthur buckle was last seen here at this rest stop right around 11:00 last night. we are coming to you live from the forked river rest stop, off the garden state parkway, in lacy township. now, since that spotting, they've set up this command post, nearby, to coordinate continuous search in the effort and right past there you can see that njdoc still has an unit here on scene, and k9 aoun vet been coming in and out of this rest stop all morning long, regroup. take a look at the video. you can see what's bank happening here overnight. k9 unit and search helicopter were brought in to look for the escaped prisoner, the fork
river rest stop where buckle was last spotted 11:00 last night. as result lacy township police as well as berkeley township police have stepped up patrols near the garden state parkway, and will continue to do so throughout the morning. now, police have been searching for buckle since last tuesday, when he had escaped bayside state prison winslow township camden county one day later the search switched to ocean county where police tracked buckle to barnegat township. escaped prisoner spot interested on surveillance video at local vcs pharmacy. barnegat police called off the search late last week when officials were confident the inmate had left the area. buckle was serving time for aggravated assault and he had previously served 14 years in prison, for manslaughter, of ten month old crying baby. when he escaped this time around, he was three weeks shy for being eligible for parole, could now spend three-five more years in prison when captured. still active scene in lacy township, crews coming back in
to regroup and go back out. did i stop inside the rest stop to talk to couple of employ threes who work overnight. this did he not see him. but again state police say this is his last known whereabouts, so scouring the area, so will have stepped up patrols throughout the morning. for now coming to you live from lacy township, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> thanks so much, jan. >> it is now 5:36 in the morning. in business news this morning, how the canadian wild fire is impacting oil prices. >> and what happens when you download the app for the new yorker magazine? money watch's jill wagner joins us live from the new york torque stock exchange, good morning, jill. >> good morning, brooke, jim, investors waiting for macy and other big names in retails to report earnings this week, on friday the dow jumped 79-point, nazdek roast 19. after a weaker than expected jobs report. labor department says hiring slowed down in april with fewest jobs add in the seven months, unemployment rate helped steady at 5%, analysts
say the weak jobs report makes it less likely the fed will raise interest rates in june. >> well, that massive wild fire in alberta canada sending oil prices higher. area's home to the third largest oil reserve, some pipelines shutdown as a precaution, production has been cut by about a million barrels a day. rising oil prices are sending gas prices higher, triple a says drivers are paying the highest prices in six month, in the philadelphia area, the average is about 2.42 a gallon. >> and the new yorker is coming to life with new augmented reality cover. it is part of the magazine's annual innovate or issue, if you download an app on your tablet, the cover is yellow and black drawing of manhattan, will pop up the screen and turn into three dimensional city. kind of cool. become, jim? >> have to try this out. >> now we have to download the app. >> now we have to. >> do that after the show. stop and think about this for one minute. someone in our area may be
even someone watching right now, i think this is meisha, is sitting on a powerball ticket worth almost 430 million bucks. came in too chippy today. >> justin finch live in trenton where a 2-dollar investment turned into one of the largest jackpots in powerball history. justin, we think it is meisha. find out for us, just give us a sketch or show the clerk a picture, something, find out. >> oh, interesting, brooke, jim. meisha, i never thought about that there. i can tell you this. that so far this clerk hearsay this is the first time they've ever sold a multi-million dollar winning lottery ticket. this one as you mention is a big one. $430 million roughly the six largest powerball jackpot on record. so, no surprise. but at this hour the winner, meisha or not, has officially not yet come forward. >> where were you two days snag. >> i was working, that was my shift that day. >> saturday my lewis was behind the county at this
chamber street 7-eleven in trenton. he thinks he just may have sold that single winning powerball ticket to a woman, he called, a regular customer. >> kind of slow that day. i casino of have an idea but i'm not 100% sure. >> in a matter of hours someone turn couple every bucks into a $429.6 million jackpot. the largest single jackpot in new jersey state history, the of largest powerball wing on record. >> just happy for who ever won. >> patricia williams somewhat of a regular here, powerball wasn't always her game of choice. but snow. >> now ill. >> and she knows what she'll do if she becomes the next winner. >> if i win that much money, get ahold of my family out of trenton and get out. >> lewis also sees himself selling more ticket soon. >> oh, would you win the lottery for me? >> and, lewis actually is at work today, inside, perhaps you can see him there in the
hood i behind the register here. we have a very busy morning here at the 7-eleven, mix of media and regular customers showing up, some buying tickets, hoping they too will be lucky. there is 11:00 a.m. press conference today that lottery officials will be holding about the details of the winner, perhaps, and also more about the winning ticket. we can tell you again the winner it, might be meisha, has not come forward just yet. the lottery will reset on wednesday night at $40 million. i'll take that. jim, brooke, back into you. >> we will time it by the time meisha leaves here and how long it takes to get to trenton from our studio, if we get a call -- >> always on those dream drives, all i'm saying. >> exactly. >> thanks, justin. did you pull out all of the stops for mom on mothers day? >> got to tell you probably didn't measure up to kanye's over the top amazing surprise for kim. >> plus, prom problems at a pennsylvania school. see the outfit that got a girl kicked out of her school
dance. >> and wild weather when tornados touchdown. see how the storm created incredible memory for one couple. as an educator, it's all about connections. you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things.
about 1100 people rallied in center city yesterday, calling on state lawmakers to relax penalties on recreational use of marijuana. they also say marijuana provides relief from some symptoms that recently legalize cannibis oil, does not address. >> it shouldn't just be the oil. it should be the full plant that should be used. all of us need an access to this. >> between 63 and a half years, i've saw un -- i've fought unreal mental disease. >> this gives me relief for it. >> says the golf who are has talk about the need for de criminalization for march juan, a but not support the full legalization of recreational marijuana. >> plane makes crash landing in rather odd place. the roof of a building in california. the pilot reportedly told officials his plane lost power, shortly before the crash. he's in the hospital, but his wife tells our sister tv station in los angeles, he will be okay.
>> a mishap aboard crust ship makes for close call in baltimore. the carnival pride hit a gang way on the pier yesterday morning causing part of the ramp to come crashing down, landing on three cars. >> the gang way was not being used at the time, and no one was injured. the ship was able to leave on its next voyage, as scheduled. >> meanwhile, a stomach bug sickens hundreds of passengers on british cruise ship, the ship made a stop yesterday in port lan, maine. it is operated by fred olson cruises, on month long cute from southampton england, pass inning have the norovirus, un quarantine while the ship finishes its trip back to england. >> some wild weather video outside denver. storm chasers spotted this tornado near the border with nebraska saturday. that's one of three tornados that touchdown in colorado over the weekend. at least five people were hurt in the storm, and handful of homes were destroyed. pretty scary storm, but that tornado led to prom picture after lifetime.
alley posted this epic picture on her facebook page, if you look closely she is post withing her date with the twister right behind them. >> oh, my gosh. >> tornado just few miles away. but she says they took the picture after the storm died down. not died down enough for me. but a memorable temperature. >> oh, my gosh. >> you would be in the basement. >> with a mattress on top of me and full blown duck and cover position. >> thank you for saying that. >> in a safe room, no windows. >> epics granted but your life is not worth a picture, guys. if you ever hear that there is tornado coming please don't go out and take pictures of it, okay? oh, my gosh. >> oklahoma. >> oh, you know all about this, and i guarantee you those tornados sirens were going off when that was all going on, i guarantee it. my gosh. that makes me very upset. >> calm down, calm down. >> just glad everybody is okay. >> it is sunny today. calm down. >> oh, yikes, yes. we have to switch gears.
all right, no tornados in sitement look at this beautiful shot overlooking center city. what beautiful beginning to the day here. we are just nothing but blue skies, couple of whispy clouds out there, to start the day off. now, not going to last necessarily few clouds do start to eventually build in for us, but at the moment, lovely start to the day. and the further north you go, the more sun you're going to end up with throughout the course of the afternoon in its entirety, that said, little chilly start out there. we are seeing temperatures starting off at least into the 30's in a hands full of spots, that's where we turn next to the eyewitness weather watcher network. many of you reporting 40's out there, that's definitely an instance up in allentown, where julia resides, he has just got couple of clouds in the allentown area saying she is very happy that the weather pattern is changing and i think so many people concur with. that will eye loan has the chill in the air again. in one of the more remote suburbs out in gilbertsville, nice clear sky, grateful there is no rain. there can be as much chill as there want to be as long as we
keep things nice and quiet. we tack to you one more, little further off to the southeast, where it is actually ooh degrees right now, so little variety in terms of thermometer readings around the region, mainly clear in eagleville where lou is reporting from this morning. looking at storm scan, nice wide zoom here. you can see frontal boundary starting to lift n so the cloud deck will eventually lift in here, as well. obviously wet weather with this, it looks to me like south of philadelphia, just stay dry here today. through delaware, portions of southern new jersey, you have got the best shot at least to see shower roll through. but probably doesn't even hit us until tonight at the earl yells. health report not looking terrible. air quality moderate today. pollen level start to climb up little bit here. we are also going to seat uv index finally climb up. so make sure the sun block is ready to go. spf30 or greater please, as we take a look at the for cats, give you a on day lick this, a minus start to see the clouds build back in, low 70s the expectation, little cooler tomorrow, courtesy of couple of scattered showers and clouds. we will rebound right back to the 70s, though, mid to late
week, meisha? >> nothing like a minus on monday, thank you so much for that, katie. good morning, everyone, looking good out there. now, this is where we had some police activity, just cleared the fire department was out there, sound like a pedestrian was walking around on this interstate. so 95 north at the base of the girard point bridge, looking good now, that's since been remedied. and taken care of. the boulevard moving in the southbound direction, looking good. once you take this to the schuylkill and jump on westbound at city avenue, looking a lot like. >> this a lot of early risers throughout starting to jump on as we pushed towards the 6:00 hour, fairly typical. that's what we can expect moving toward the 6:00. construction, or this is 95 south past cottman rather. take a look at this, i want to pull your attention, repaving the kelly drive all lanes have reopened, yeah, because that was going it really slow you down between hunting park avenue and lemon hill drive. looking good. all of the construction on kelly drive talking about since 4:00 in the morning, now all since cleared. we still have this downed tree, lincoln drive, gypsy, west schoolhouse lane your best bet. also have this water main
break bala cynwyd. city avenue northbound at balance an avenue. right lane is still blocked. so not causing too many slow downs right now, pushing teacher into the 6:00 it certainly can. jim, brooke, back to you. >> thanks, meisha a got to tell you it looks like sharon and ozzie osborne are calling it quits. according to entertainment tonight, the rockledge ends and co-host of the talk are splitting up after 33 years of marriage. sources say ozzie sobriety issues are not behind this break up. >> sharon osborne has denied divorce rumors in the past, so we'll see if she says anything on the talk this afternoon here on bs3. >> superheros rule the box office again with captain america and iron man destroying the competition. >> you know i wouldn't do this if i had any other choice. but he's my friend. so was i. >> captain america civil war earned whopping $181 million in its opening weekend, that's the fifth biggest debut ever,
more than the first captain america movie made the entire time it was in theatres. also ends the jungle book's three week rain on top of the box office. it fell to second with $21 million. mothers day the huntsman winters war and kianu rounded out the top five. i love this storiment kanye west gets a bad rap sometimes. but you will have to get some credit for pulling out all the symptoms for his wife on mothers day. >> ♪ >> i love this. kanye surprised kim kardashian with private orchestra performance in their living room, happened yesterday morning in the living roomment she shared the performances of tomorrow and let it go on snap chat. got it tell you kanye is raising the bar for all of the husbands and boyfriend out there. amazing. he gives her some interest things. you're not moved by that? >> no, i would have been more
impress if he made her breakfast, seriously, you are a billionaire, make your wife breakfast in bed. >> what makes you think he doesn't? >> then post that on snap sharp. >> well, before you head out, we have throw things you need to know including the search happening right now foreign mate on the run in new jersey. >> we will be right back.
>> anna wolf is a lesbian, says last minute e-mail changed her prom's dress code requiring her to wear address. she said she went in a tux, what she was comfortable in. but officials wouldn't let her in. >> a lot of the girls dresses, i mean, i'm not saying that all of them are this way, but i mean they do show a lot of skin. i think i'm dressed pretty modestly. >> we had gone out, bought a nice suit, i think my daughter beautiful in a suit. >> my experience shouldn't be different than anybody else's, just because something i was born with. >> she said the school official took her by the arm and threat toned call police. so she left. school officials insist they did not target anna but would kick out anyone who defied the dress code. good for her mom living in
the 1950's? >> ridiculous, do you have show your legs? ridiculous. >> glad we're on the same page there. kanye will get there. wounded service members, from around the world, are competing today in the games in orlando. >> this is good stuff. last night star studded opening ceremony including remarks from first lady michelle owe bomb a, george w. bush, britain prince harry who found the the parra olympic style games in 2014. said he was inspired to start the games after serving in the british army, the games last four days. >> well, before you head out the door, here is you what need to know. it is three to go. >> there is intense manhunt right now for escaped prisoner arthur buckle. state police say he was spotted last night, at the fork river service area, in ocean county. buckle has been on the run for six days now. >> we could learn more today about the winning powerball ticket sold at 7-eleven in trenton to meisha. still waiting for the winter come forward to claim the 429 million-dollar jackpot. >> and bernie sanders will campaign in new jersey for the
second straight day. he's holding a rally at boardwalk hall in atlantic city starting 9:30 this morning, that's three to go. >> well, coming up in the next hour of cbs-3, "eyewitness news" we will talk live to nasa scientist about a rare event happening in the sky this morning. what to look for, and when. >> and wait. that's not a student. find out how a dog has got his picture in a middle school year book coming up. cute.
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> we've been following breaking news all morning. a manhunt is underway for escaped prisoner in new jersey, he was seen just few hours ago, six days after breaking out of jail. we're live with what neighbors need to know at this hour. >> winning powerball ticket was sold at this store in trenton, new jersey, what the store clerk knows about the possible winner coming up. >> the sun will shine for another day. unfortunately rain making come back. wawa. katie brooks down what we can expect this week. well, today is monday, may the nine, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. no rain. katie, meisha are hearing keeping an eye on things this morning. >> yes, today is really great day.