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>> dick think this may have been a case of mistaken identity. >> girl kidnapped from her school rescued by two unlikely heroes. how a pastor and farmer helped save her life. good morning, i'm brooke thomas. >> i'm jim donovan. katie lets us know when the rain arrives. first what you need to know to start your day in the morning minute. >> all three family members were sleeping when they were awoke end by these three perm traitor. >> family of three terrorized overnight inside their northeast philly home. >> i actually just spoke to
the families, they say, they heard one of the suspect say we have the wrong house. so, they believe, this is a case of mistaken identity. >> chopper three over the bass river burlington county where a forest fire is burning. we're told 464 acres are involved. >> bill clinton campaigns for his wife hillary today in north jersey ahead of their june 7th primary. >> i'm very encouraged at the first meeting of this process,. >> presumptive gop donald trump is vowing to work together with republican leaders following their meeting in washington. >> i was shock when i heard my agent told me that russell would not do the film without me. you can do this interview without me then, couldn't you? >> interview? >> yes. >> i probably could. >> bye. >> what? >> bye. >> bill? >> bye. >> this is much nicer chair,
isn't it? >> ryan gosling and russell crow on the late show to pro moth the new movie the nice guys. you know what ryan didn't talk about? >> what? >> his secret baby. they just had a baby and didn't tell anybody. >> i was really concerned about that. i'm glad you toll me. >> like hello, we want to hear details. we want to see her face. >> katie, do you want details about the baby? >> of course i do. >> outnumbered again. >> how did they slip that past us? >> i'm not sure how they managed to do it, right? i got to switch gears on you guys, let's bring it back to the weather where we are expect to go see more wet weather throughout again today. clearly no rain here on the skydeck yet nor anywhere else at the local level. we start things offer with quick check on storm scan, do you start to see few not only clouds but even lick speckles evergreen start to bubble up here, as we go through that three-hour loop. let me zoom out just one time, see the leading edge of some rain currently moving into north central pennsylvania, northwestern pennsylvania, that's leading edge every cold front that crosses our area, generally through the mid to
late afternoon. here's where we stand, actually feels muggy outside. not terribly humid but you notice it, 06 degrees the current temperature, mild, too, 56 atlantic city and pair of five's up at mount pocono. everyone off to mild start. clouds however are starting already to build, eventually few showers and thunderstorms rumble in. now at this point, not expecting severe weather which is excellent news. but again not totally dry day. i know we haven't been able to say that very often very lately, but at least it is mild, a lot closer to seasonable today. 75 degrees with shower and thunderstorm. let me give you quick check on the area headlines as the days go on. two front in two days, which means, yep, tracking more storms. not just today, but into the upcoming weekend as well plus another very significant cool-down to talk about, and we will again detail all of it for awe bit later in the show. meisha we send it back into you. >> katie, thank you. good morning, everyone, happy friday. what you are looking at right now, the a north the onramp cottman avenue.
this fourth lane actually open last night construction crews opened that, that will certainly ease little bit of traffic. now moving in the southbound side, 95 south near cottman, we do have some sort of activity going on on the shoulder, not quite sure if it is an accident yet. overall levels around this area are still fairly light. so not slowing you down too much. you might just start to get little gaper delay moving around. nice thing the northbound side like i said that fourth lane is open on 95. that's really going to be nice for a loft that you take the northbound side of 95. 422 at valley forge, what it is look look like out there, looking really good, nice and quiet. schuylkill tail light moving in the eastbound direction, past montgomery. you can see fair looking fairly good, heating you ever so slightly on the schuylkill. >> this event i've never seen it but certainly want tonight kelly drive closed between fountain green drive around strawberry mansion for the dad d vail regatta, closed through 6:00 p.m. saturday, so make note of. >> this that will cause little traffic for you. also, we do have another report of accident in camden, 676 northbound at atlantic
avenue. jim and brooke back over to you. >> thank, meisha a home invasion in northeast philadelphia, may have been case every mistaken identity. just after 1:00 this morning, three mask men broke in through a back door on fair day street in somerton. they tied up three family member then ransacked the house. no one was hurt but the men did get away some money. looking at surround vape ends cameras in nearby church for their clues for suspect. >> tennessee girl back with her family after being kidnapped more than a week al. carly found by two good samaritans who joined in the search. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch live in the cbs-3 stat center more on the heroes who helped save carly. good morning, justin, this is a great store. >> i good morning, great story indeed, overwhelming sense of relief in eastern tennessee, law enforcement now there confirming nine year old carly trent was found alive thursday afternoon, her mother now by her side. and this morning, we're hearing from the two men who found her and her accused
kidnapper. >> now the tennessee bureau of investigations thanking the two men who made the big find. donnie lawson, franklin, searched their own property which includes remote roads and woods for carly marie trent and her accused kidnapper, her uncle, gary simpson. the tv -- said one held at simpson at gunpoint as the other called 911. on their alter answer vehicles they found carly and her 57 year old uncle nel hard to reach swat of woods dotted with abandon cab continues, he said his intuition helped find trent. >> you know, each one of us has been praying, you know, everyday, to help to find this little girl. and so finally, you know, answered prayers. >> now though carly appeared unharmed, she was taken to the hospital for a checkup. amber alert was taken after simpson took carly out of
school under false pretenses now faces charges. >> the time now 5:37. >> in business news this morning, what happened to that money you left in security tray at the airport? >> most valuable condition in the world, jill wagner joins us live from the new york stock exchange, so how much was it, jill? >> well, good morning, brooke and jim. we start with the market. futures are pointing to bit of lower open yesterday. it was casino of flat here on wall street, dow rose nine-point, naztek fell 23. apple's no longer the most valuable company in the world. google parent company alphabet took over the top spot. apple shares have plunged in the past couple of weeks, the company said overall revenue fell as iphone sales are slowing down. >> invest remembers waiting for the government to release numbers on retail same for april. they come out before the opening bell. this week retailers like macy's, kohl's, nordstrom,
reported their earnings for the first quarter, so far not so good. all say sales are downment next story bridges new meaning to the phrase keep the change. the tsa said it collect more than $760,000 in unclaimed cash from travelers who forgot their money after passing through airport security lines. most of it was loose coins, left behind on passengers emptying their pocket. tsa uses unclaimed money on security operations. brooke, jim? >> that doesn't surprise me. i always see people leave it in the little containers and run away. >> do you believe people leave it on the airplane, people leave everything. >> it does add up. >> i wonder if they can pay for extra police to shorten these lines? >> well, we need them. >> exactly. other news a judge could decide today if jimmy smuka is competent to stand for
charges. date from 1983 down to snuka mistress nancy. nancy died of a brain tumor in an allentown motel room that she shared with snuka. his attorney said he has dementia, does not understands the charges or even knows that he's under arrest. >> president obama is weighing in on the bathroom debate. affecting trans gender student across the us. >> hena daniels report the justice department and the department of education recommending that all public schools allow transgender bathroom access or face consequences. >> not bound by law, the tone of the letter is forceful, obama administration will rec all public schools allow trans jenner students to use bathrooms and locker rooms, according to their chosen gender identity. excerpts of the letter obtained by the new york times the white house maintains quote the desire to accommodate other discomfort cannot justify a policy. that singles out and disadvantages of particular
class of student. failure to comply would put the schools at risk of losing federal funding. >> the guidance comes in the same week the justice department took legal action against the state of north carolina. over it law limiting the use of public rest rooms to the gender on a person's birth certificate. >> they create state fund for discrimination against transgender individuals who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a place of safety and security. >> in response, state governor pat mccrory filed his own lawsuit. >> we believe a core rather than a federal agency should tell our state what the law requires. >> the fight is now spilling over into other states. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick is calling for the resignation of the fort worth school superintendent. brooke proving a bathroom policy that accommodates transgender student. >> this is social engineering, political correctness run amuck. >> bathroom policies are up for debate this week in
michigan, florida and georgia. hena daniels, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". bidding in a on line auction for george zimmerman's gun is now back on and the current bid more than $50 million. the gun was used to kill trayvon martin. right now it is unclear if the bids are even legitimate. but the web soot united gun group hosting the auction after another site bailed out yesterday. the starting bid for the gun was $5,000. the zimmerman says some of the proceeds will be used to fight violence against law enforcement officers. zimmerman was acquitted in killing the unarmed teenager back in 2012. >> well, coming up: talk about major travel headache. find out why thousands of pieces of luggage were left behind at a busy airport. plus: >> i didn't expect any of this. it has been quite overwhelming, actually. >> that officer went above and beyond the call of duty. we'll show you what inspired him to hug a stranger in the emergency room. hey, pat?
kelly drive where he is learning all about rowing from one of the best teams on the water. hey, pat? >> reporter: good morning, jim and brooke. yes, live here on the banks of the schuylkill river, as you mention, the weather is going to reek havoc little later on. right now it is actually quite beautiful out here. it is nice and dry as we get ready for the 7:00 a.m. start time of the dad vail regular glad a as you can see, actually few people out on the river right now. later this will be pack. if you just want to come out and have a good time, see what the dad vail regatta is all about, you can absolutely do. that will beautiful morning here on the schuylkill. and if you have ever wondered where is the name came from, harry emerson vale, his nickname was dad, he was one of the early collegiate rowing copes, he coached at the university of wisconsin, between 1911 and the late 1920's. so, a little bit of early morning trivia there. one of the best coaches in the country right now about 100 years later hads name is paul
saval head coach at drexel. he said okay why don't you jump on a boat with us, see what it is all b and i tell you what rowing is hard work. >> this weekend is the main event in rowing. >> coming out, coming to the dad vail, it is unlike any other race you've ever been to. it is electric. the energy that is coming off of the banks is just unlike anything you have ever seen. i think rowing is not seen as a spec tate over sport so much, but dad vail, especially drexel, we have hundreds and hundreds of people there supporting us. >> direct he will university head crew coach, paul, knows how important this week send. >> large he is collegiate race in the country, something we've been working for all year. >> last year drexel was the dad vail champion. that means for me to be the best do you have learn from the best. >> wait, are my feet going to get wet?
>> they stay dry, absolutely dry. >> all right, perfect, all right. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> good. >> good? don't lie to me, coach. >> so, people will think that, and it is, a tough upper body work out, as we're back live at the schuylkill river, tough upper body work out, but really all about the legs. you have really got to get your legs into it, see our
friend we've made here along the banks of the schuylkill river. drexel team thank you so much for let ming come out, join you on that boat. they were the champions last year, overall champions and the men's champions and the women's team looking to follow suit this year. so far this morning, couple of people were out here, just couple of minute ago from the st. joseph university team. i know the weather won't than great but bring the park, a bring the jacket, bring the hood, bring the gear, get out here and do it. >> i kayak on a lake, and i'm thinking of adding music to a sound effect, makes you go faster. >> oh, pat, look what you did. thanks a lot, pat. >> katie, are they going to get rained on today? >> you know, casino of depend, did you draw the long or the short straw when it comes it that? i feel like some of the row he is might actually enjoy rowing
in the rain, but we do have scattered showers and thunderstorm that will be dodging out for the dad vail, 75 degrees, scattered shower and storm, we'll track it for you coming up in a minute. dow want to give big shout out to one of our eyewitness weather watchers, in house today, john val error, welcome, he comes from yardley, pa, part of this program since it first started so grateful he woke up dark and early to be with us here this morning, give us a wave, john, give us a wave. we will talk to him as we head into the 6:00 hour little more about him. but he will be hanging out with us in the studio all day helping us to produce the show. so we check in with some of the watch that's did report in within the last hour or so. we check in with peter, up in the lawrenceville section of new jersey, got just couple of clouds, mild start to the day with pretty decent humidity, too, at 58 degrees. we go to one more here 63, come on, there you go, 63 comes into us from barbara, also with a lot of clouds, starting to roll in out in willow grove.
we go back to the maps. take a look what's happening here. front number one, already, obvious here, across western pennsylvania, this is going to be a riffing in our area, i would say, between about noon and 5:00 p.m. or so as it moves from west to east. now it, does not appear as though any storms would be locally strong or severe but will likely be thunderstorms if you hear thunder head inside. again long straw, short straw for the dad vail. whole event won't get washed outment front two is back here, that crosses through tomorrow, speedy little guy, and it will be bringing with it potential for strong storms tomorrow. so when you want to get outside, any time this evening after 6:00 p.m. saturday morning, through the early afternoon before that front gets herement and then sunday looks good. you want to dress warmly because take a look at what happens to the temperatures. economy on serious nosedive. at best, we hit the low 60s, it will be struggle but we think we will get, there at least the sun comes back, will stick around into the first part of next week. meisha, over to you. >> sounds good, thank you. good morning everyone happy friday to youment taking a look we were looking at the ben franklin bridge. right now looking at 95 that
onramp from cottman, last night construction crews opened fourth lane, really going to ease tension there so to speak. for the bound isn't as bad as southbound, but it will help ease tension little bit there. also, see if i can move along, delaware county 95 north at 452, moving in the northbound direction looking good. still looking very quiet there. when i look at the ben franklin bridge, going right here, talk about mass transit. ac rail lines suspended between 30th street station and pennsauken, bridge failures, the reason i've been tweeting this out, as well. bus service is available. i also tweeted that out, as well. we do have an accident in camden, 676 northbound near the walt whitman bridge, pulled all the way off to the right shoulderment construction delaware still out there. fifty-nine southbound between delaware service area and 8963 lanes block, blocked until around 7:00 a.m. jim, brooke, back over to you. >> before you head out we have three things to know today. >> we will be right back. stay with
was simply piled up in the parking lot. >> a photo getting a tension. >> seen cradling toddler in a savannah emergency room. young boy found wandering alone monday morning, photo published in a local paper and soon received thousands of likes on line. officer said he's overwelmed by it all. >> this job is so much more than just chasing the bad guys. it is about serving the citizens of the community that you work in. and doing what they need to you do. >> he's in good condition, and no charges will be filed. >> before you head out the door here's what you need to know. three to go. >> philadelphia police are looking for three men who broke into a somerton home and tied up the family while ransacking the home. jan carabeo will have a live update at the top of the hour. >> a meet will be held today to talk about safety changes that still need to be made to
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>> new this morning it, may have been case of mistaken identity. but that's not helping to console the family tied up and terrorized by mask intruders overnight. we are at width latest crews that police have revealed in the case. >> here we go again, more rain, and chance at thunderstorms. katie times it ought out for today and the weekend ahead. >> mother nature can't stop the dad vail regular glad a. they'll be rowing in the rain for the largest collegiate regatta. live at college boathouse as
they get ready for the race. tgif, may the 13th, i'm jim donovan. >> any friday is good. >> i'm brooke thomas, katie and meisha are here keeping an eye on things this morning. >> good morning, one accident in camden and some changes to mass transit. i'll have that coming up in a little bit. >> at least for now the rain is not here, little window of time here. i don't think the rain will have any major impact on the morning drive here. looks like mainly later today but for now yes you definitely got little bit of moisture in the air will make it feel steamy outside but go ahead, take a look at really just the general time line here today. today showers, evening clearing, also few rumbled every thunder but nothing severe. saturday, it is one of those days that start off innocently enough, but then eventually we start to see clouds rebuilding and eventually some showers and thunderstorms in some of the storms could turn strong, more on that later in the show but on sunday, much cooler day, as the wind kicks in, and