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but katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> yes, good morning. happy wednesday. happy hump day. brooke, i know you love to say it and i love saying it too many, we are getting over the hump. >> a lit built of wet weather. >> here she goes. >> hey man i'm just the messenger but what is happening here guys is frontal boundary is just stuck. it can't get pushed out just yet. it will eventually get pushed out of the way but it cannot go anywhere. as a result it brings with it a couple of showers, southern most counties. we are not seeing anything here in philadelphia we are in the seeing any further north as you travel. but there is wet weather to track and it comes because of this front that is just hung up and is there nothing to push it out of the way. eventually it will get pushed out of the way later in the week. for now temperatures where they stand at the moment we have clear skies, we have cooler air. forty-three in allentown. forty in mount pocono. mid 50's still being reported around the rest of the i-95 corridor through wilmington
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and philly international and 50 in ac and wildwood. looking at the region throughout the course of the take we are calling it partly sunny basically. clouds, some sunshine, we will see a shower, however, coming through very, very much in spotty fashion. this is not a wet day at all, just one of the things i got to talk about because we have it out there. we do expect to get a shower anytime, temperatures rebound nicely as we flirt with 70 later on today. the closer to seasonal, meisha, over to you. >> i hope we will get up to 7o i see 69 but nope, not accepting it, i will stay and get to 70. hopefully we do. i-95 off ram township broad street is still closed. repaving between oregon avenue and broad street. we are just blocked with the flashing lights. make note we keep looking at that picture. i will let you know when it clears. levels building ever so slicely now that we are racking the 5:00 o'clock hour. burlington bristol bridge is scheduled to open in three or four minutes. just know that heading out the in that direction. ben franklin bridge looking great in the westbound direction from new jersey into center city. we are looking good.
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one of my favorite shots. it is, so gorgeous. so 422 eastbound between oaks and route 23 that left lane was compromised because of that construction that has been cleared. what we are dealing with is ramp to route 23, one lane still blocked. it was all block for quite sometime and new we are down to one lane. kelly drive, all lanes are block because of that repairing project inbound between hunting park avenue and fountain green drive. that is scheduled to open up at now. it hasn't opened yet. i'll let you know when it does. jen and brooke, back to you. road to the white house runs through new jersey again. >> hillary clinton has a campaign stop in camden county college blackwood campus where "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is, now, live, hi there justin. >> good morning. that event is set to start at 1:00 p.m. at camden county college. we can tell thaw things will be raising here as breaking down barriers for americans. we know that new poll shows clinton runs with donald trump the presumptive g.o.p. nominee
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showing him over clinton in three swing states including pennsylvania, florida and ohio. that same poll shows sanders over trump in those same three states and this comes as both men won big in last night's primary. another win for bernie sanders. cbs news calling west virginia for the senator, of the state's 29 delegates, more than half go to sanders, remainder to hillary clinton. >> this is a state, west virginia where hillary clinton won by over 40 points against barack obama in 2008. >> clinton keeps her delegate lead though, a new poll of key swing states shows clinton and presumptive republican nominee in a virtual dead heat in a general election. tuesday, clinton was on the campaign trail in kentucky ahead of its primary next week. >> with something like donald trump you would see a race to the bottom across our country.
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with working families paying the price and i don't think that is a risk we can afford. >> reporter: as the g.o.p. presumptive nominee, trump essentially ran unopposed in west virginia and nebraska. exit polls cbs news reports that republicans in both states feeling betrayed by their party, republicans also sensing those divisions, and hope for healing by november. >> would i like to see unity in the the party. i believe we will have great unity in the party. >> reporter: that could come tomorrow when trump is set to meet with house speaker paul ryan and congressional republicans looking ahead, that is set to start at 1:00 o'clock p.m. at joseph popiano gym in camden county college and that is set to address wages and breaking down barriers for americans. it is opened to the public. rs vp is referred. we saw sanders here in atlantic city on monday, of course, new jersey votes in their primary on june 7th.
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we are live here at blackwood, new jersey i'm justin finch for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". jim and brooke. >> thanks, justin. host committee for democratic national convention in philadelphia says that it has more than enough volunteers. the committee has recruited 16,000 volunteers for the convention. it starts july 25th at wells fargo center. the commit thee was anticipating 10,000. >> well, you know i have been here since december and our team has been on the ground for almost a year. i'm in the really surprised. the philadelphia community has been so opened and so warm of their embrace of the convention that i'm in the surprised that philadelphians want to be engaged and want to be involved. i think it is fabulous. >> volunteers will undergo training usually a day and they will undergo background checks. a terrible scene in the massachusetts shopping mall when a man goes on a deadly stabbing rampage tuesday night. police say 28 year-old arthur derosa crashed his car in the macy's the the mall in taunt on just south of boston and then stabbed four people
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inside a restaurant killing one of them. earlier police say derosa stabbed two people at a nearby home leaving an 80 year-old woman dead. off-duty deputy shot and killed derosa at the mall but there is no word what sparked the violence. police in camden county community are trying to solve several cases of vandalism. investigators believe two teens are behind it. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt shows us surveillance video that police hope will help solve the case. >> two teens knocked on the door of this voorhees home monday night and according to police they were trying to sell magazines. once they were told no, authorities say they did a number of on several cars, including this one, the home owner, who recorded the video asked not to be identified but told "eyewitness news" the key marks on his car add up to about $2,500 in damages. >> there is no reason for that. if they were selling magazines, move to the next hour. >> reporter: detectives rich taylor is with voorhees police. >> we have people that are hard working people that are
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home, they are trying to, enjoy their evening off, and because they declined to purchase what would be a magazine and for that reason their property is damaged. >> reporter: taylor told "eyewitness news" that the teens, a male and female damaged at least five vehicles and there may be more. he said other neighbors reported similar encounters. >> thank god the home owner had video, otherwise, we would be further behind then we are. >> reporter: home owner who captured this surveillance video says he hopes both teens are caught. he insists that they deserve whatever comes their way. voorhees detectives have posted the surveillance video on their facebook page. if you have any information about the two teenagers give police a call. you can remain anonymous. reporting from voorhees township david spun t for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a fill law maker insists he is innocent have after he is indicted on fraud charges. prosecutors say that state senator larry farnese used campaign fund to bribe democratic party ward committee woman ellen chapman back in 2011.
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prosecutors accused him of giving chapman $6,000 to pay for her daughters study a broad program in exchange for her support when he ran in the eighth ward. chapman was also charged. farnese's lawyer denied the accusationness a statement writing larry farnese is 100 percent innocent of these novel charges and expect to be fully exonerated. these charges have no connection whatsoever to his senate office, end quote. city hall chambers will be packed again tonight for the final public hearing on mayor kenney's proposed city budget among other proposals city wide soda tax has attracted a lot of attention. supporters say 3 cents an ounce tax will will pay for libraries, rec center and prek school programs but others say tax will harm businesses. the hearing is at 5:00 o'clock. pennsylvania prosecutors are dismissing new allegations in the jerry sandusky case. two assistant penn state coaches claimed to have witnessed sandusky having inappropriate or sexual contact with children in the
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late 1980's. the that is more than two decades before his convictions as a serial child abuser. the solicitor general bruce castor says investigators found report to be third and fourth hand, sandusky a former assistant football coach of penn state denies the allegations. now for i look the at newspaper headlines across our region. >> from the front page of the burlington county times a 71.4 million-dollar budget is adopted by willingboro board of education. it includes layoffs of more than 30 employees including 28 teaching positions. the newspaper reports that the average taxpayer there can expect a tax hike have of offer $300. in the bucks county courier times the pennsbury school district is being sued after it ex-service dog. the the dog monitored sudden changes in the boy's blood sugar. the district says dog was in long's how in the elementary school after it bit a student. on the front page of the delaware county daily times the delco spca is no more.
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a new animal shelter has been up unveiled, the the facility on sandy bank road includes a state of the art surgery suite with grooming rooms and treatment areas. that is a look at some of the newspapers from around the delaware valley. you could see the inside of one of philadelphia's most ambitious, rehab projects today. >> north broad street's divine already rain hotel is under going a transformation. the building was once a graffiti covered eye sore but no more. there are apartments and restaurants coming to the fame as you dress. you can see for yourself from 3:30 until 8:00. the developer say new residents will move in this november. worker survived frightening fall on the job. >> huge pay out he is getting after nearly being killed inside a popular museum. plus, i was running down the road, like a chick when his head cut off i guess. >> people run for cover with severe weather strikes for second straight day. why this storm could have been
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much worse. also candid comments from the queen, the rare criticism captured by her own cameraman. don't are surprised if you see a spotty shower or two, katie will let you know when best chances are to see rain, we will be right
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we are learning more about a frightening fall, at philadelphia's rodin museum caught on camera. this is, video from november 2012, watch as the man falls from above, on to the museum floor. victim an energy efficiency engineer plunged through a glass ceiling falling 38 feet. he barely survived and spent three months in the hospital. museum and security firm allied barton agreed to a 7.25 million-dollar settlement with the man as the trial was begin. >> it was the most terrifying moment of his life, more terrifying moment then almost all of us will ever be able to come to grips with. it was just a few seconds of
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knowing thaw will fall, and then having your bones crushed and your dreams destroyed. >> attorneys for allied barton security and museum did not immediately respond to a request by "eyewitness news" for comment. series of powerful storms move across the plains, two dozen tornadoes were report add cross six states including western kentucky. storms leveled homes in mayfield and eight people were injured but not seriously injured. >> we see these things all the time in the news in other cities but it doesn't strike you until it happens in your hometown and then you see it and it just hits you and you think how could this happen. >> scary moments, at times you have to count your blessings that everyone is safe but incredible devastation there. >> yes, katie, we don't have any chance of that. do we have a chance of seeing more rain today. >> yes, we do and as we talked about the potential for additional round of severe weather in the midwest it looks like not just a minor
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threat but enhanced threat for severe weather across the plain states. lets start off by turning our focus to the midwest and central plains where a enhanced risk for severe storms is posted for portions of oklahoma, as well as north central texas today, we are also going to be in line for maybe a couple have of showers but nothing on the order of this and even right now, through the overnight hours, there are a handful of thunderstorms, severe thunderstorm watches currently posted through eastern nebraska, portions of kansas and then this same system will rel rel through our area we are not expecting any major severe out break. looking at the system in the entirety there is no a lot of well define organization, for our area, there is a frontal boundary that is basically gestationry at this point. the close enough it could trigger a quick shower well off to the west. you can see a little bit of that circulation and more, organization starting to form, and you don't have a classic look to this storm just yet where it looks like a giant candy kane almost on the map.
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looking the at the live neighborhood network here, pleasant valley middle school is, quite pleasant right now. we have a couple cloud but up in broadheadsvillain many locations we are starting off on a dry net here. we have to throw in a shower anywhere north you go, you will stay mainly dry. looking at the averages, it the has been cool, lately on may 11th the average high was 72 degrees. we don't think we will get there but we will get close tore day then we did yesterday up to 82 by june 11th. by july 11th your average high is basically at its peak for the year as a whole. 87 degrees. we are not talking 80's in the the forecast but we are looking not only close to seasonal but couple degrees above seasonal average by tomorrow and friday. seventy-five appease for both of those days. by friday though our next front is scheduled to cross through and that will trigger showers for a thunderstorm through p.m. time frame, meisha. >> katie, thank you so much. good morning. happy wednesday if you are just waking up. roads are okay. we are dealing with lingering construction.
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this is i-95 north bound off ram township broad street is still closed. you can see flashing lights because of the repaving between oregon avenue and i-95. that is why that is closed. overall, interstate i-95 moving in the northbound direction and southbound direction, holding steady as we are cracking in the 5:00 o'clock hour looking good. that is where i'm keeping my eye on. i'll let you know when that off ramp does reopen. burlington bristol bridge here is scheduled to open up at 5:05. hard to see it right the now. hopefully that is opened right now. vine is all opened for those taking the vine in the morning, moving in the westbound direction, and the eastbound direction over here eastbound is what i'm keeping my eye on as it looks heavy right now. heavy meaning as we push toward 5:00 he clock hour toward 6:00 this will get busy. if you take vine moving in the eastbound direction know it is heating up. westbound is looking okay right now. that will change. 422 eastbound take a will between oaks and route 23, that is all cleared but ramp to route 231 lane is still block here in the 422 area and
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also we did have some retention on columbus boulevard between columbus and oregon avenue that has been all cleared. now back to you. phillies keep finding new ways to win close games. here's sports director don bell with your morning sports. >> day two of the phillies/brave series. jared eickoff gets the ball for the phillies. last night fightins with another one run game. two guys dancing on the warning track at turner field, i don't know why, because the team is horrible. horrible and terrible. top of the fifth, game tied caesar hernandez thinking outside batters box, drive-in peter borges. eighth inning we will go, live, miguel franco. >> deep to left field. >> get up and get out. seventh home run of the season. how about general mar gomez comes in and gives up a home run but here he is, picking up his 12th save of the season. phillies win three-two. their last seven wins have been one run, longest streak since 1942.
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on to hoops, michael jordan, lebron james, magic johnson, in of those guys done what steph curry did yesterday. warriors point guard was name nba, mvp for second straight year but first time in league history that the player with the unanimous choice. golden state set a nba record with a 73-nine mark. that is all for sports. i'm don bell. have a great day. hey, watch out steph, your daughter is stealing the spotlight, again. check out riley curry working the ropes as he walk in for her dad's press conference. curry's three-year old daughter has her eyes on those reporters. maybe she's sending a message they should keep voting for her dad. >> she has been keeping it the in the family. well, coming up inning iser fires back against internet critics. >> tell you how he is defending his wife this morning. >> i'm going to be so cool and take a selfie and send it to her. well, it seems like a good idea at the time how that mom's selfie backfired and
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what happened when she realized her big mistake, we are be right back.
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england's queen elizabeth might not be the monarch she's crack up to be. at a buckingham palace celebration queen told police officials chinese official where is quote very rude to the ambassador, during a recent visit. the comment was heard on a open microphone. so far the brits haven't commented on the queen's remarks. army cadets will not be punish for a picture that went viral this shot caused controversy, and some people thought the 16 west point cadets were trying to make a political statements with their fists raised in the air. military academy decided the picture did in the break any defense department rules, limiting political activity. new york mom may want to leave selfies to her daughter after a dorm room mishap. >> tracie explains how surprise photo shoot backfired. >> reporter: diana had just arrived at utah state university from new york city, to help her 18 year-old
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daughter mckenna pack up her dorm room for summer or at least that she thought she did. >> i was just standing there thinking wow she cleaned up a lot, and then oh, no i could just do that or sit on a chair or wait. i hopped on the bed, laid down, took a selfie look where i am. surprise. >> reporter: selfie novice texted this picture to her daughter look where i am, where are you. mckenna's response was where is that. please tell me you are not in someone else's dorm and then embarrassing realization, not only in the wrong dorm but on the wrong floor. >> fear, panic because i had said hi to several people on the way in, i don't know what they thought like who is this women. >> i just started laughing and ran out of my room and found her in my building. >> reporter: mckenna a screen shot of the selfie fail and it has been retweeted more than 15,000 times, favorited more than 32,000 times. >> it got bigger and bigger.
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i was like wow, everyone thinks this is funny. >> reporter: mistake new something to laugh about but diana had no idea it would be seen by so many. >> i'm like oh, i will be so cool take a selfie and send to it her. >> reporter: diana tells us that she probably won't be sending her daughter a selfie anytime soon. >> well that was tracie reporting. i was saying why wasn't the door lock, who keeps their door open. i never live in the dorm. >> nobody locked them because there are so many doors locked, so many doors before you can actually get to the area where the dorms are, the only people in there are your dorm mates, the other people and -- >> i keep the doors locked anyway. coming up next half an hour of "eyewitness news" a popular beer plays a name game. >> patriotic change coming toss labels. >> new clues investigate what killed prince. >> we will show you what we have learn about the singer's final days. also john bon jovi gives back to an area devastated by
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super storm sandy, how he wants people to pay for food at his new restaurant, katie. well, it is going to be one of those days where we have to allow for wet weather but do i come bearing warmer weather news, details of just how warm these temperatures will climb coming up. meisha is watching wednesday morning commute? she will update overnight road work and slow spots as you get ready to leave home, stay with us. we're out ink.nk. not ink. getting ink doesn't have to be painful. staples just cut ink and toner prices. add in our 110% price match guarantee and our prices are unbeatable. staples. make more happen.
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a horrifying scene at a mall when a man goes on a stabbing spree. that is not the only crime that he is accused of committing. how the chaos finally ended and big question that detective still have have about the rampage. good morning i'm brooke thomas. i'm jim ton van. we will also check weather and traffic with katie and meisha but here's what you need to know to start the day in the morning minute. >> this presidential election has about the highest steaks that we have seen in a really long time. >> hillary clinton will campaign in camden county college in blackwood. >> her stop comes one day after bernie sanders pulls off a win in west virginia's democratic primary. >> they have gone. >> we all heard a loud noise and bunch of people running. ep

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