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>> good morning. >> gateway to our weekend. road are looking darn good. just starting to get busy. we have a lot of construction but no accidents. >> i wouldn't be shocked to see a lot of people heading down the shore here today and next couple days on the way to cape may we will be singing it here heading down because we have beautiful weather coming up here, nice heat building, it feels like spring has stalled out for a while, right? earlier we had so many days, that had at least a trace of rain, gray skies now we are starting to go on a up tic for month of may we have had seven days where we have had an 80-degree day, two so far this month and we should get in the 80's here today. we are off to a mild start, you can see here, 69 degrees already here at our station headquarters, storm scan nice and quiet, staying that way for the most part today but later on today, a far northwestern counties could end up maybe in the poconos for example, with a shower or claps of thunderstorm as
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atmosphere moisten up. we will notice humidity. nittany of us are fair game to see a shower or storm. mid 60's around most of the board here. some more outlying suburbs, millville, cooler in the poconos as well, as in lancaster. day goes on we will see nothing but sunshine for the most part, it is a warm morning. 76 degrees, even by 9:00 in the morning. by noon time we will easily be in the 80's and put on a few additional degrees, hit our high of 89 degrees. this factor in humidity and it will feel more steamy then that. >> it is still nice waking up so early and walking out and being so warm out. it feels nice out right now. ben franklin bridge moving in the westbound direction, we are looking good for those in new jersey, both, bet fran lynn bridge, 42 in a bit. ben franklin bridge looking great. construction, route 23 westbound between 422 and gulf rose that right lane is still compromised. these crews will try to speed this up and get this out of the way this he do sometime in
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the earl 5:00 o'clock hour. ninety-five south before girard thinks what you are looking at here looking good, looking pretty quiet and here's 42 freeway, first lot at morning for those in new jersey, 42 freeway north bound at creek road approaching 295, looking good, would i say that this is looking, fairly normal and normal in the world of traffic is not a bad thing at all. we have construction still out there, cristina parkway between, south college avenue and he will beington road two right lanes are blocked and that is block until 5:00 a.m. it should lifting sometime soon, jim, over to you. new this morning police are scouring two scenes looking for clues after a man is show the in the head. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao joins us live from west philadelphia with the very latest, jan. >> reporter: good morning. we are coming to you live from the 5600 block of angora terrace as this is the shooting scene. you can see behind me here that police have this block taped off as they investigate. in the meantime shooting victim is at presbyterian hospital in very critical
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condition. a barrage of gunfire in this west philadelphia neighborhood overnight, leaves cars, damage by stray bullets and a man fighting for his life. >> they found the 34 year-old male laying between two parked cars, suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the back of his head. >> reporter: this shooting happened just after 1:00 a.m. on the 5600 block of angora terrace, a 34 year-old man was parking his girlfriend's car in front of her house when someone walk up to the driver's side door and shot at least 15 times. investigators believe that the victim was able to get out of the car and start running but the shooter they say continued to fire. the victim only make it across the street and collapsed and hit at least once in the head. now this investigation spans two locations, the second right around corner from the shooting scene. police believe the suspect ran away west on angora terrace and may have gotten in a gray or green minivan, police spotted a reek will fit ago this description on the 5700 block of baltimore avenue. >> that vehicle and its
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occupants are being held. occupants were transported to southwest detectives where they will be interviewed. >> reporter: at this point no aroses have been made and as you heard there those people found inside that van are being questioned at southwest detectives this morning. police are also going to be reviewing a number of private surveillance cameras to see if any video provides any help. reporting live from west philadelphia this morning, jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> jim and brooke, back inside to you. >> thanks, jan. developing anyone person did and three others hurt after gunfire interrupts a pack hip-hop concert in new york. rapper ti was about to perform. here's what happened, three men and would woman were shot 10:00 o'clock last night in the irving plaza in manhattan. the authorities say it happened backstage in the the vip area while, wrappers were performing. the gun shots, sent panic concert goers running for cover. >> once i heard one shot, i
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was gone. >> scary. one man died at the hospital. another man is in critical condition. other two victims were both shot in the leg and is in stable condition. volunteers will soon start to monitor the schuylkill river trail after two recent incident of indecent exposure. group calls themselves run 215 and they will wear t-shirts and badges identifying themselves. about two hub volunteers are under going training right now on how to spot suspicious activity on the 10-mile path. >> number one urban trail in the country. it is great. i want people to want to be out there and not be scary. >> it is just to go running at night. i felt a little uncomfortable. but yes, i guess would i go. >> volunteers will work in pairs and they will start after their final training session on june 4th. it will be a busy day for lawmakers in new jersey. they will vote on several big bills, including one to raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2021.
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that is almost double the current minimum wage which is 8.38 an hour. last minute mum wage hike was in 2013. democratic leaders said they will pursue a constitutional amendment if governor christie vetoes the bill. a deal to rescue atlantic city from the brink of bankruptcy is also on the an agenda today this will give the struggling resort town 150 days to come up with a five-year recovery plan and five-year budget. it eliminates the threat of the state take over for thousand. bill that limits smoking in public about beaches and parks in the garden state is also expected to pass today. municipalities would be allowed to set aside 15 percent of the beach as a designated smoking area. this smoking ban would apply to e cigarettes and violators face a $250 fine. governor christie vetoed a similar bill a few years ago. hillary clinton is trying to put her presidential campaign back on track on the heels of a report into her e-mail controversy. henna daniels shows us
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republican donald trump seized on the news while bernie zappedders stuck to the issues. >> reporter: hillary clinton brushed aside the latest chapter in her e-mail saga, yesterday. when she gave this interview to a local uni vision station in l.a. >> it is not an issue that is going to affect either the campaign or my presidency. >> reporter: internal audit released by state department inspector general yesterday found clinton failed to get legal approval for private e-mail server she used during her time as secretary of state. report also concluded it staffers who expressed concerns about the setup will be interviewed. >> just like previous secretaries of the state i used a personal e-mail, many people did. >> reporter: development providing new fodder for donald trump who continued to bash clinton's character during a campaign stop in anaheim. >> she's as crooked as they come, she had a little bad news today. >> reporter: for second night in a row, trump's rally was overshadowed by chaos.
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protesters outside clashed with police. more peaceful event in southern california, bernie sanders focused his attacks on the presumptive g.o.p. nominee. >> billion airs are not going to run this country, people will. >> reporter: campaign official tells cb. news that the clinton camp will begin airing ads in california tomorrow. she's counting on a win in the delegate rich state next month to lock up the democratic nomination. henna daniels for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". new news overnight from an investigation that reveals an alarming number of so-called airport intruders. nationwide there have been 345 since 2004. the associated press found philadelphia international the has one of the highest amounts of incidents, 30 total. that includes this incident in 202 when a suv crashed, through a gate and then sped down a runway at 100 miles an hour. that same year a woman grabbed an airport police officer's
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gun and pointed it at his head before he disarmed her. there has been no comment yet from airport officials on any of this new information. historic flight around the world that makes its stop in our area, one of the kind plane will stay here over weekend, solar impulse two landed at lehigh valley international airport after a 17 hour flight from dayton, ohio. the plane took off from abu dab i more than a using ago. pilot celebrated the latest leg of a ground breaking adventure. >> during this entire flight i have only moment of joy. airplanes passing by and saying on the same frequency your plane is beautiful, what is it. so, really i enjoyed that flight because it was fantastic. >> good for him. the solar impulse two will spend the weekend in allentown and take off next week for new york city. after that it crosses the atlantic ocean, powered complete thely by the sun.
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now for a look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> from the philadelphia inquirer city council president darryl clark blasted mayor kenney's propose $3 per ounce tax on sugary drinks. clark says that tax rate will never pass and it is ridiculous. clark is urging the mayor to take another look at a beverage container tax. trenton ian reports that the employees with the mercer county park commission has been hitting up lots of overtime. more than 20,000 hours of overtime at a cost of $940,000. last month authorities actually raided the commission's facilities as part of an investigation of public corruption, theft and official misconduct. >> in the bucks county courier times second graders at russell elementary school in bensalem entertain areas veterans and family members during the school's annual solute to america show. they sang songs, poems and share facts about everything from the statue of liberty to washington d.c. >> that is a look at some of
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the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. do you want to see eagles in action this summer? >> we will let you know when you can check them out for free. plus tornadoes tear through midwest for second straight day we have new video this morning of the the widespread devastation left behind. plus what do you call this meat pork roll or taylor ham, governor christie tries to settle a debate that is tea trieding new jersey. another warm start to the day. katie says we will be pushing 90 this afternoon, she will let you know when you can see a chance of rain, stay with us.
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well, more severe weather in kansas as a large tornado rips apart more than a dozen homes. >> this morning, troopers are checking on the people to make sure everyone is okay. the state has really suffered a tough week with multiple tornadoes touching down on tuesday. the storm system is now said to be moving on. well, luckily there nor
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storms in our forecast here, katie. >> that is right. >> basking in this great weather. >> definitely but we get back, they really have seen devastating thunderstorms in the last few days but even still very nasty storms currently out break ago cross that area. it is just the way the atmosphere is playing out, it is that time of the year as well, however, they have seen a bit of tornadic activity and heavy duty thunderstorms rumbling through iowa, missouri, rather into minnesota at this point as well. difficult just check with the storm prediction center at last check and they had 14 separate reports of the tornadoes, just from the last 24 hours alone, so heavy duty thunderstorms rumbling through here. this is at least what we have found in terms of the any tornado reports, most ofly confined across kansas. here on our side, of the united states, what we are finding is generally still just some sunshine, that we can expect as sun comes up and
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also, a little bit the more humidity as well. but right now, the cozies looking g you have beach plans, coming up, why not, lucky enough to have the day off, head on down, to check out beaches but we have got to talk tropics if you can believe it, technically atlantic hurricane season starts june 1 but mother narcan throw whatever she'd like and at this point we are watching disturb area weather. it is any a organized system yet but south of bermuda and northern of the hispaniola this area has decent potential in the next five days to develop into something. if it were to be a name system next name would be bonnie. we have had alex, early this year. again, atypical but this may end up being an above average or hurricane season simply because we are expecting more lah nina pattern to develop. that just becomes more conducive for storms to develop. we will keep an eye on that and hurricane center issues
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their predictions tomorrow, so make sure we will bring that news as well. mostly sunny for today, hitting the shore, uv index high, rip current risk low but nice and warm and great excuse to do just that. in the city, 89 the spec high. that would be the theme moving forward into the weekend, meisha. >> so many people, so exited to get to the water again. thanks, good morning everyone. happy gateway. lets lot a the boulevard, taillights in the southbound direction, at wissohickon avenue. you can see what it is doing now, slightly building. you can expect it to push in the 5:00 o'clock hour and in the 6:00 o'clock hour but slowly starting to build. a lot of you hanging out knowing that the weekend is upon us and it will take us longer to getting. i don't blame you, construction here route 23 still out there westbound between 422 and gulf road, that right lane compromised. you can see crews out there. this will clear in the 5:00 o'clock hour. sometime soon but they are still working right now in the right lane is still
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compromised, blue route headlights moving in the southbound direction at route one, looking quiet as you move both in the northbound and southbound side. blue route, you're looking great this morning. delaware county, same story, 95 north at 452, you take that up to the airport. this is what you are looking at. we check with the airport no major delays but i would check with your airline carrier because of the weather and stuff across the nation, brooke, over to you. listen up eagles fans you have a chance to see the bird in person were the season starts. the team released its training camp schedule and it includes two open practices at lincoln financial field. first one is july 1st and 2nd is august 14th. both practices are free and first come, first serve. >> one of the phillies best players will see a doctor today as he nurses an injury. here's sports director don bell with your morning sport. >> reporter: miguel franco walk around with a slight limp, phillies third base man left the yesterday's match up
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in detroit with the left ankle sprain. he will be reevaluated during today's day off. day baseball yesterday, phillies trying to avoid a sweep. peter borges takes second while andres blanco steals home. he is first philly to steel home since chase utley in 2009. then to the fourth, odubel herrera bunched for not husseling, look at this trot, three run shot. phillies go on to win eight-five. check the bat flip. he has some swag why don't you. to the pitch we will go, union in orlando last night seventh first minute game tied at one, orlando's kyle lowery makes it two-one. the ball actually crossed the line, it was close. seventh fifth men, they have the equalizer. that is how the game would end, in a two-two tie. that is all for sports. i'm don bell. have a great day. get ready to spell.
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>> a new spelling bee champ will be crowned today. >> i-n-v-i-s-c-a-t-e. >> that is correct. >> so cute. >> do you even know what that means, the field has been narrowed down to 45 spellers including three local students from glen mills, cherry hill and newark, delaware. the winner will take home $40,000 cash along with several other prizes. did you know what that means. >> in case you are wondering it means to in case in a sticky substance and that young speller we just saw is six years oldy love that. >> he is youngest speller in the national spelling bee. >> good for him. >> he is awesome. >> yes. lets see, coming up next, we have the water bottle trick that caused the internet to go crazy; hi, pat.
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on the other side we will take a really interesting look at a cool piece of memorabilia, really a piece of american history that has to to with jackie robinson and it is here at the national constitution center. don't go anywhere. >> ♪ >> i will be heading to the national constitution center see this. it is in my neighborhood. i love seeing that place. they have great displays. i need to take you over there. >> we will be right back.
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welcome back. historic documents on display starting today in philadelphia shed a new light on the ground breaking moment in u.s. history. >> document are contracts, signed by jackie robinson but you know they mean more than just sports. cbs-3's pat gallen is live at the national constitution center with a preview, pat,
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this is so cool. >> reporter: yeah guys it is cool at the national constitution center in olde city there is a document that even if you are not a baseball fan you can absolutely appreciate just how important it is, in the only to the baseball world but to american history as it stand and it really has to do with this guy right here, jackie robinson who broke mlb color barrier in 1947. on kiss play they are at ncc through june 5th is his first signed contract. it tells us her about this contract. it is coo of the ncc, vince stango, vince, good morning good morning pat, how are you. >> good. tell us about this tour that is going on here and i'll step out of the way so we cap get a better look at it. >> these two are great contracts. one is jackie's 1946 contract with the montreal royals and other 1947 contract with the brooklyn dodgers. it has been on tour in new york city, toronto, canada and after it leaves here it will go to st. louis, atlanta,
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chicago, miami and los angeles. >> it is really going through each town in just one day but here in philadelphia we will get it for much longer. >> we do. we have it until sunday june 5th. we are really excited about that and pleased to have it over memorial day weekend when visitors can come to downtown philadelphia and check out these great exhibits. >> obviously jackie robinson a important sports figure. talk about the importance of the the contract and how cool it is. >> i think you mentioned it earlier, jackie robinson's story trans send major league baseball. it is a african-american story. he broke the color barrier in 1947. twenty years, almost 20 years before the civil rights act in 1964. one year before president trumandy segregated the u.s. arm any 1948. seven years before brown verse board of education in 1954. this act really set up a lot in motion in years to come. >> come on down to the ncc. come see this thing. thinks funny, i don't know if
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you can see it, monthly $600 per month he got paid, i think clayton kershaw makes 33 million-dollar a year. so breaking open barriers, really cool, objects to come see here at ncc, guys, back over to the studio. >> well, inflation. >> cost of living. >> thanks, pat. coming up next on "eyewitness news", it is one of the great debates that divide new jersey. >> governor christie weighs in on what a popular meat should be called, plus. one person dead and three others injured after a shooting during the hip-hop concert in new york city wednesday night. i'm hena daniels in new york with the latest coming up. >> scary story. >> this new roller coaster is no joke. we will take you behind the scenes of the six flags new roller coaster before it opens to the public, you'll see why it is called chaotic and unpredictable abe why it is something i'll never ride, katie. >> i'm so excited for this report, you have no idea.
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