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the leggo movie? everything is awesome. >> okay. >> everything is awesome. if you have seen that leggo movie you know what i am talking about, that song so addicting, i'll play it later for jim. >> ♪ everything is awesome. >> everything is awesome right now, roadways, nice and dry, construction moving out of our way, so we're looking awesome. >> this is what happens to us, lauren, on friday. >> you said it, i'm not wake enough to have a song yet. i'm building, the song is building in me, but the weather world is awesome as well, yesterday, beautiful day, very low humidity, certainly by june standards, and again today, we will keep the humidity on the lower side, before we start to bump it up as we head into the upcoming weekend, but temperatures right now, chilly in the poconos. need that coat. 46 degrees, even down the shore, we're at 51 degrees, cool start with the northwesterly wind at around 6 miles per hour, but mild in philadelphia, starting off at 60 degrees, there are the dew points in the 30's, 40's, meaning it feels nice and comfortable stepping outside. >> storm scan3 showing us no problems, you can lever the umbrella behind today, clear
sky conditions, across the delaware valley, and as we head into our day planner, we keep the sunshine around, comfy, bright for the 9:00 hour at 68 degrees, as we head into lunchtime, 73, mostly sin, little bit after breeze picking up as we head into the afternoon, not as gusty as the winds we had yesterday. high temperatures topping off at 79 degrees. but, as we look ahead toward tomorrow, keep this in the back of your minds, we have this potential for some severe weather, not going to see widespread storm activity, but the storms that do form as we head into tomorrow afternoon and evening, could be a little bit on the stronger side. the storm prediction center does have us in a slight risk of severe weather as we head into late day tomorrow. talk more about the timing on those storms, meisha, coming up in your full forecast in just a couple every minutes. >> all right, lauren, thank you so much for that. and good morning, everybody. happy friday. take a look at the blue route, southbound at baltimore pike, looking quiet. just what we want to see on a friday morning. this is where we had some
construction, 202 northbound, between route 30 and route 401, it is now all clear. so looking good on 202, moving in both directions north and southbound, 95 and girard, this is the one area, starting very early, i'm keeping my eye on it already. take a look at this, we just cracked into the 5:00 hour, and already this many vehicles on interstate 95 moving in the southbound direction. so, good indicator, that interstate 95, you're going to heat up early. it will be in the southbound direction, it is because i would bet a lot of people want to get to work and then get off early. can't blame them there. construction 168 northbound between newtown creed road, route 130, two lanes blocked, staying should lift right around 6:00 a.m. i'll confirm, as soon as it does so, just know that that's out there. also construction here, 495 northbound at edgemore road. two left lanes block until right around 5:00 a.m. so this should be lifting and clearing right about now, and i will confirm, when that does, as well, brooke, over to you. >> thanks, meisha a tragedy in delaware county this morning, when fast moving fire claims a life. >> you can see the intense flames ripping through this home on east thompson avenue
in granite terrace springfield, crews responded around 12:15 this morning, remained on the scene for at least a hour, authorities have haven't identified the victim or cause of the fire at this time. >> well, another fire to tell but. this one forced someone to take dramatic measures to escape the flames. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live in west depford, gloucester county with the latest, jan? >> brooke, jim, good morning, three people had to go to the hospital as a result of this overnight fire in west depford last night. one of those people were told had to jump from a second story window, in order to escape the flames. you can see, live on scene here, behind me, this morning, that work is wrapping up here on scene. firefighters were throwing water on this house, just couple every minutes ago, to put out some flare ups, but their work all but done. the investigation just starting though. this fire started around 10:00 last night, here at 66 church street in west depford gloucester county, when fire crews got the call, there were report of people trapped inside. fortunately, when they
arrived, three people had already made their way outside to safety. but again, that one person had to make bravest cape from jumping from upstairs window. the home was engulfed in flames. and the fire actually grew so large, that it also damaged the home next-door. >> were able to keep it to the majority of the original fire building with some extension to the house next-door. there was minor damage, burnt siding, but able to just keep it to that. >> now, the three people who live here again were taken to area hospitals. fortunately, no firefighters were injured. now, this cause is under investigation this morning, the fire marshall here on scene, doing part of that investigation, unfortunately it, does look like this home is a complete lost. we're reporting live in west depford, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> also, new this morning, police investigating a homicide in the city's hunting park section, officers found the body of 47 year old man shot multiple times around 10:30 last night in the 3900 block of north ninth street.
another man with a gunshot to the shoulder showed up at temple university hospital. investigators believe both men were involved in a altercation. >> thousands are gathering today in louisville, ken tuck toy say good buy to muhammad ali. the legendary boxer died last week at the age of 74, and he's being honored with a star studded memorial in his hometown. correspondent don champion joins us live from louisville with the details, hi, don. >> reporter: good morning, brooke. >> this city will literally pause to remember lou ooh ville's native son today. the service will ends week long celebration of the life after man who not only had an impact on this city, but also, this world. today's public memorial service for muhammad ali will be fit for a champion, after will smith and former heavy weight boxing champion lenox lewis are among eight paul bearers. >> i'm truly honored. he will always be remembered. and he will never be forgotten. >> thousands attended
traditionalist lamb i can prayer service for ali yesterday, where his family was seen for the first time since his death, the service drew celebrities and fans alike. >> well, he examplified all of the true virtues of islam, together, the community. >> today's interfaith event will draw dignitaries like mormon senator or and hatch and the king of jordan, comedian billy crystal, and former president bill clinton, will help eulogize the champ. >> this guy a bok error a ballerina? the way he moved, the speed, the grace. >> before the service, a hurst will carry ali's body 19 miles in louisville past places he held close to his heart. >> i i was just so happy to be here -- >> ali will be laid to rest today at cape hill cemetery in his beloved hometown. >> and ali's family says the champ actually helped plan
today's ceremony, several years ago, one of his big requirement was that every day fans not just vips be allowed to attend, brooke, so many people are expected to converge on this area today, huge monitors will stream the entire service just a few blocks away from here. it should be very powerful. >> it will be very powerful. what a great celebration of his life. don, tell us about some of the places the procession is going today? >> again it, stretches about 19 miles through the city of louisville. we are told it will ride along muhammad ali boulevard, which was named in his honor, many, many years ago. the procession will also pass by his house, one thing that will be really powerful to see a lot of the neighbors and people of the city lining much of that 19-mile route today. we are told it should last about 90 minute or so starting at about 9:00 a.m. this morning. >> wow, that's awesome. thanks, don. >> well, police are searching for the person who attacked a woman on the schuylkill river trail. it happened thursday afternoon on the steps leading to walnut
st. the victim said the suspect followed her on to the stairs, and then toll her, quote, you don't know anything before slashing her on the forehead with a unknown object. she is going to be okay, but this latest incident has people who use the trail on high alert. >> you just have to be like aware of your surroundings, i would say, be minds full of the people that are walking behind you, in front of you. >> be cog cognizant of waist gog on, to be like this, you know. >> volunteer group called run 215 is stepping up patrols after two indecent exposure incidents on the trail last month. stickers will help tell first responders exactly where a victim is in case after emergency. >> the campaign for the white house is heating up as hillary clinton picks up several key endorsements, and the democrats turn their sites to donald trump. hena daniels with the latest from new york. >> leading democrats are endorsing hillary clinton's run for the white house, including president obama, who
through his support behind his former secretary
of state. >> look, i know how hard this job can be. that's why i know hillary will be so good at it. in fact, i don't think there has ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> donald trump ways dollars no time going after his likely opponent, tweeting obama just endorsed crooked hillary. he want four more years of obama, but nobody else does. the clinton campaign tweeted back telling trump to delete his account, did not ends on social immediate massachusetts senator elizabeth warren laid into the presumptive gop nominee during a speech to the american constitution society. >> donald trump is allowed, nasty, thin-skinned fraud who has never risk anything for anyone and who serves no one but himself. >> vice president joe biden also delivered a blistering condemnation every trump's repeated public criticism
after federal judge. >> under cutting the legitimate of a judge by suggesting that because of his heritage he is incapable every being fair, in addition it this, it is racist. >> president obama's first campaign appearance with clinton will be in greenbay, wisconsin, next week. hena daniels, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> coming up: words every encouragement from the vice president. >> hear his message to the victim after rape that sparked outrage across the country. >> plus a philadelphia mother accused of killing her children while on vacation in florida. why the father of one of those children says he forgives his wife. >> also, pretty scary scene at a zoo when that tiger pounced at a visitor. see why this video is igniting a controversy. >> and if you like the weather yesterday, you will love today's forecast, lauren lets you know what the beautiful weather stick around for the weekend, stay with us.
philadelphia district attorney's offers. >> take a look at this surveillance video, you can see the man casually spin around, throw an object at the office early wednesday morning before walking away. the impact shattered a window, at three south penn square. police haven't said if he specifically targeted the d.a.'s office. >> a philadelphia mother is charged with murder, in florida for the suffocation deaths every her two children, in is the suspect, 40 year old sophia heinz, accused of smothering her two children, with a bed sheet at relative's house in florida the children were identified as three year old aero he will, and seven month olds saint lou owe. the suspect's husband and father of the youngest child said he's devastated. >> what was going on with her head was wrong with her, but i just can't understand, i'm really confused right now, i'm trying to talk but the words just aren't coming. i need to forgive her in order for me to get by. >> if she was stressed, anything, could have left them both there. >> florida investigators say
heinz confessed to killing the children, but did not offer an explanation why. >> vice president joe biden expresses his outrage about a story that's upsetting people across the country. the vice president wrote an open letter to the woman who was sexually assaulted by turner, we told you earlier this week how the case ignited fire storm when the former sanford university swimmer was only sentenced to six months in jail for raping an unconscious woman. the vice president wrote i am filled with furious anger, both that this happened to you and that our culture is still so broken that you were ever put in the position of defending your own worth. he also called the victim's bravery breathtaking. >> well, turning to other news, let's get a check on today's forecast. >> lauren, how does it look outside? >> it looks awesome outside, about 15 minute away from sunrise, beautiful start to our friday. yes, it is friday, as we head into the upcoming weekend, we'll bump humidity levels up a bit, feeling so comfortable right now when you step outside in center city philadelphia, twilight in
effect there, temperatures 60 degrees, northwest winds at around 8 miles per hour, on storm scan3, very quiet conditions, high pressure still in control. we're going to feature clear skies through much of the day today, maybe few clouds as we head into the afternoon hours. and temperatures, right now, we are cool off to the north and west, 58 degrees in allentown, 46 in mount pocono, down the shore little cooler in aca53 degrees, starting offer philly 60 degrees, 61 in wildwood. dew point they tell us about the sticky factor stepping outside, how comfortable feels, when dew points are down, into the 40's and certainly 30's, that's more akin to fall-like humidity, pretty rare for june, but yesterday, was very comfortable, and again today, feeling nice and comfortable, when you step outside. but temperatures will be few degrees warmer as we head into the afternoon hours, 79 degrees, under that mostly sunny sky, and then tonight, if you are hitting the town, beautiful conditions, mainly clear, pleasant, down to 60 degrees. sunset is near 8:30 as we head into the evening hours. >> future weather nothing going on today to show you.
we will start tomorrow at 7:00 in the morning, some sunshine, but then increasing clouds as we head into the second half of the day. some thunderstorms now few more models are differing on the timing, some bringing few showers and storms in, earlier in the day, but certainly as we head into the late afternoon and evening hours, we are going to see some hit or miss showers and thunderstorms, not widespread, but do notice bright reds in the reflective at this, few of the storms could be on the stronger repo tently severe side as we head late day tomorrow and into tomorrow evening, so again, not going to be wash out, but the storms that do form are going to have to keep an eye on, because they could be potentially strong even severe with some strong gusty winds, but then, meisha, a we quiet things down headed into our sunday, still warm at eight a degrees, bit windy sunshine low humidity returns once again as we head into next week. >> sounds good, lauren, today is going to be gorgeous. get outside and enjoy it. a look at the boulevard, headlight southbound direction, approaching the schuylkill. see both moving in the southbound or northbound
direction. looking pretty good on the roosevelt boulevard right now, so if you are just thinking about heading out there you are in great company. a look at the schuylkill, now, the schuylkill, headlight moving in the eastbound direction, this is at the vine, the vine was open last night, as you jump on the vine, there go, jump on the vine looking good, like i said, it was open last night. so for those of you jump on the vine between the schuylkill and broad, looking great. you can see how many vehicles already are jumping on moving in the eastbound direction on the schuylkill. good indicator like i've been saying all morning long, friday, especially gorgeous friday like this, everyone will want to get to work, and get out early. so, that might pose us to maybe have a slightly earlier, i would say, rush hour, usually start kind of at the tip hour of the 7:00. might even start in the 6:00 the see what happens. just look at 95 south at academy, looking good, both direction actions look -- directions looking good. ac rail line back to normal. so i will be tweeting this out, as well, back to normal, talking about that for like a week now, jim, brooke, over to you.
thanks, meisha a now time for look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> on the front page of the bucks county courier times, governor tom wolf issues letter to the secretary of the navy and air force, calling on military to fund blood tests for nearly 07,000 resident every warminster, warrington and horsham. this over curbs that local water supplies have been contaminated, by unregulated chemicals used at area military bases. >> from the cover of the delaware county daily times, advocates against drunk driving are celebrating act 2033. the law requires carrie mission interlocks for first time convicted drunk driving offenders. the interlocks prevent inebriated driver from starting the car. >> from the font page, local congregations are feeding the hungry. grace epiphany church in mt. airy, and chestnut hill, joining together and holding wednesday night suppers in an effort to help those in northwest philadelphia who don't have enough to eat. >> and that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley.
>> well, coming up: you may notice changes the next time you visit times square. >> new rules designed to stop street performers from bothering you. >> i was in disbelief. i was like is this for real? >> well, it is definitely for real. the dollar menu mystery, after a man finds a 20-dollar bill hidden had his burger. >> and meet the new face of the phillies. hear about the skills moan ac can bring to the team that made him the top pick in the draft. >> ♪ >> of course we play this, leaving his mark on the game, we'll also tell you about the embarrassing tatoo one every his friends has to get after the draft. it is crazy. we'll be right back.
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>> back on "eyewitness news", terrifying moment at a zoo in russia igniting a controversy on the internet. >> watch this. that unsuspecting woman, was sitting in front of the tiger exhibit, when all the sudden the tiger lunged at her. critics say, people were taunting the tiger right before it pounced. luckily, the glass barricade held up. >> leave the tiger alone. well, times square in new york gets a make over. it is an effort by the city to maintain peace between the public and those characters that some may think are nuisance. well it, includes three zones. there is a chill zone, for visitors to take in the sites and sounds, the designated activity zone for performers, and this one i love, the express lanes for those who want to get in and out. violators will be ticketed. >> well, if you are going to find a foreign object in your food, this is probably the best kind of find. david cook bit into his mcdonald's mc double burger and found a folded up 20-dollar bill between two of the patties. richmond virginia man says he
has no idea how it ended in his sandwich and the workers are just as baffled. >> i owned it up, i was in disbelief, is this for real? >> cook said i'll give the money back if somebody claims it. and in case you were wondering, yes, cook did finish his burger, i'm not mad at that, and so if you lost your money in a cheeseburger, he has it. >> k. >> hey, just when you thought you have seen it all, there is now rainbow colored grill cheats. >> the latest food crave in hong kong. the shop uses lavender tomato and basil flavored cheeses to create the rainbow colors. pictures of the sandwich have flooded social media. employees say they never expected it to be this popular, but sold out on its opening day in just three hours. >> i love a nice grilled cheese sandwich. >> my favorite sandwich. i don't want the green cheese, though. >> okay, all right, women, coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", security scare that caused a pennsylvania high school to
cancel graduation. >> also, re-opening revel. we have the new plans to open the doors in what was the biggest bus on the atlantic city boardwalk. lauren? >> it is a great start to our friday. not a cloud in the sky. another beautiful day in store for today. we are watching a storm chance for the weekends. i'll let you know to expect those in your full forecast coming up. >> and, meisha let you know how the friday morning commute looks. get ready to head out the door. stay with us.
>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. we have to tell but a terrifying confrontation on popular trail. a stranger cuts a woman on her face, we'll show you what he toll her right before the vicious attack. good morning, i'm brooke thomas. >> and i'm jim donovan. get ready for plenty of sunshine again today. lauren let you know where you may see some rain over the weekends, but first, here's what you need to know when you start your day in the morning minute. >> three people had to be taken to the hospital over night because of this fire in west depford. one of those people we're told had to jump from second story window in order to escape the flames. >> one attack is one too many. >> and another scary incident on the schuylkill river trail. >> police are searching for the person who slashed a woman across the forehead yesterday afternoon. >> the greatest of all time, muhammad ali, will be laid to rest today. i'm with her.
i'm fired up. and i cannot wait to get out there, and campaign for hillary. >> president obama throws his support behind hillary clinton. the president calls clinton the most qualified person ever to run for the white house. >> after the endorsement, trump tweeted: obama just end tears dollars crooked hillary. he want four more years of obama but nobody else does. then hillary immediately responded: delete your account. i tell you, if he needs help deleting computer records, she knows a guy. >> oh, oh, battle of politics on social media. >> that was funny on both sides. i just kept thinking when i saw that yesterday that there is some 20 year old who get twitter jokes, totally post that for her. >> i enjoyed it. >> funny. lawyer send outside on the skydeck. lauren? >> hey, guys, yes, always love it when politicians go on the funny side. you snow. >> right. >> so great. but temperatures right now, we