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new this morning, violence erupts after a police shooting in the milwaukee, developments from overnight. also ahead one person is hurt when a car loses control and crashes in to a building on temple university's campus. and the sweltering weather sticking with us throughout the day, folks in philadelphia try to stay cool as we get ready for yet another day of dangerous heat. i'm rahel solomon. lets turn it over to meteorologist just continue drabick with eyewitness weather. it was so hot yesterday it seems like anything compared to that has to be better. >> don't expect to go outside and enjoy and be able to breathe nice and easy because we have high heat and
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humidity. we hit 98 degrees. hottest day of the summer. it felt like 111 during the afternoon with the humidity. it will still feel like over hundred degrees today. drink plenty of water. same deal just like yesterday. use common sense. we have excessive heat warning continuing through the entire region with the exemption up in the poconos where humidity levels are slightly lower but still will be unbearable up there. there you go. areas in the purple there or pink or the heat warnings, much of the i-95 corridor all the way up to connecticut and virginia. we are feeling that heat across mid-atlantic. today high temperatures mid 90's in spots, tropical humidity levels. it will feel like 105 in a lot of locations. outside drink water, take it easy, stay indoors and air conditioning if you can. eighty-three the official temperature. seventy-three in allentown. lower 80's in south jersey this is not factoring in the humidity. very warm start just like
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yesterday. new lets factor in humidity feels like 92 degrees in philadelphia mid 90's in millville. ninety-three in dover, delaware. we are off to a hot start on our way up to 96 feeling like 105. could have a scattered shower or storm this afternoon north and west of the city could bring brief relief but humidity levels going no where. temperatures at the shore right around 90 degrees. the lots of sunshine. better chance to see showers and storms in the poconos. this week we will see a drop in the humidity not a huge drop but we will talk bit in the seven day in a few more minutes. rahel, back to you. >> justin, thank you. fans of the jimmy buffet didn't let heat stop their fun, thousands gathered at the beach in atlantic city for the big concert featuring the legendary singer. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh was there. >> ♪ >> reporter: atlantic city beach became its other margaritaville saturday. >> ♪
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>> reporter: as parrot head gathered in drones to hear jimmy buffet perform. >> i'm interest cueing my son to jimmy buffet. i think it is best venue to see him on the beach. >> reporter: it seems generations are no match for margarita aville singer. >> so cool, jimmy buffet is doing it. >> our grabbed parents listen to it every night town here, at the shore. >> reporter: saturday marks the first of four and fans could not be happier. >> we love jimmy buffet. >> see him every year. >> reporter: whether almost stole the show, was battering heat and humidity. >> cold water. >> we have basically have a stand that we use, and we went in the ocean. >> reporter: long sleeve shirt on and he has got his son block on so mom doesn't get upset. >> reporter: for days atlantic city police reminded fans to protect themselves from the hot temperatures. >> hydrate, hydrate. that was the main thing. >> reporter: it seems that was well taken.
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officials estimate that a crowd of up to 30,000 people, of them, they say less than 20 needed medical attention and none was taken to the hospital. reporting from atlantic city anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". as we heard it will be another sweltering day in philadelphia today. two women have died from this dangerous heat we have learned. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is live in the schuylkill river trail where on is people are getting their work out in before these temperatures rise even more, good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning to you. sad news to report yesterday, we are told two women died a 67 year-old in brewerytown and eight two-year old in port richmond. we are live on kelly drive on the river trail and as justin said felt like 111 degrees in some parts yesterday. we don't know anything else, but we know women did have some other medical problems, but two heat-related deaths to report yesterday. that is the tragic news, authorities are making sure people stay cool. twenty-one pools around
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philadelphia were supposed to close but we're told now that eight pools will close, three pools will remain opened because of this excessive heat. we are told that there is a excessive heat warning tonight, that is a warning not a watch that goes until 9:00 p.m. tonight, rahel, as far as people outside on the schuylkill trail we are seeing more pick up of activity as people come out to enjoy their work out. we thought we would see more before the sun came up but we are seeing more activity because as you know this humidity is very dangerous today. it is only expect to get worse. reporting live, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". for a important resource guide on how to stay cool during this dangerous heat check out our web site at cbs a car crashed in the frat house in north philadelphia. it happened on temple university's campus at broad and norris street. police say the driver ran across the intersection and crashed in the steps of the corner building, the driver was hurt in the crash but is
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expect to be okay. the cause of the crash is under investigation. developing this morning in milwaukee violence breaks out after a fatal police involve shooting. authorities say a crowd of protesters smashed a milwaukee police car into another and neighborhood where an officer shot and killed a man. the gas station and auto parts store were also torched. investigators say an officer was hurt by a thrown brick. police say shooting happened yesterday after a traffic stop and foot chase. one of the two people running from the scene was a 23 year-old man who was armed with the stolen hand gun. >> we didn't know it at the time but there were 23 round in that gun. twenty-three round in the gun that officer was staring at. >> reporter: the 24 year-old officer who shot the man had been on leave and his name has not been released. the officer has been with the milwaukee police department six years three as a officer. authorities are
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investigating a shooting involving an off-duty corrections officer in mercer county, new jersey. prosecutors say officer shot and killed a man who was tried to get into his house. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do has the story. >> reporter: woman cleaning up the front yard here said a tragedy occurred and that the family would have no further comment. meanwhile neighbors hearsay they were asleep and didn't hear anything. gunfire erupted on vicky court a usually quiet street in hamilton, new jersey around 4c a.m. police arrived to find dominic neil with the critical gunshot wound to the head lying by the front steps. >> this is like right here, like right around the corner here, so it was a little scary. >> reporter: detectives interviewed the home own shore said he went out to his front porch to smoke between 3:30 and 4:00 a.m. he saw neil coming up the walkway in the black hoodie with his head down one hand on the waist band and other reaching for the door. home owner said he shouted at neil to stop and when he didn't, the home owner fired three to four shots to the storm door striking neil once.
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neighbors say they didn't hear a thing. >> didn't hear anything at all, no commercials or anything and i didn't realize anything was going on until i came out 6:00 o'clock in the morning with my dogs. >> reporter: police did not release homeowners name but say he is a corrections officer. >> keeps to him early. i know he is a corrections officer. i don't really speak to him a lot but like i said he keeps to himself. there was no problems. >> reporter: officer found neil's car a block away near intersection of buchanan and mcclellan avenues. the home owner's girlfriend was inside the house and did have a domestic violence restraining order begins neil. medics rushed neil to capitol health regional medical center where he later died. so far no charges have been filed in this case. in hamilton township mercer county i'm trang do for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". police are asking for public's help to identified a man found unconscious in southwest philadelphia. take a look, the man believed to be in his early 60's is at
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the penn presbyterian hon. he was found lying at 62nd and graves back on july 9th. hospital staff have not been able to identify him or look at his family so if you recognize this victim you are asked to call police. nypd. lies fog a gunman who shot and killed a imam and member of congregation. they were shot leaving their months income queens sat the day afternoon. this morning motivation is unclear but many from the surrounding community who attend that mosque is calling this a hate crime. >> it is unsafe in a moment like this, it is really, threatening to us, and threatening to our future, turning against us in the neighborhood and we are looking for justice. >> investigators say there is no indication that the men were targeted because of their faith. still to come this morning a golden send off for swimming star michael phelps. also ahead in the healthwatch we will take a closer look at trending treatment that has left marks
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on phelps body, stephanie stahl with the science behind it and who is using it here in philadelphia. plus a dramatic rescue the story of a woman pulled from her submerged cara live, justin. get ready for another hot humid day across the delaware val which a piece i have heat warning continues but i'll let you know when relief arrives. i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine... with botox®.
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louisiana historic flooding has killed at least three people and officials say
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more rain is in the forecast. as omar villafranca reports flood watches are up across southern louisiana. >> crews reached a woman as flood waters swallowed up her car near baton rouge, lou san a they found her dog, under the water. in lafayette water surrounded cars in a hotel parking lot. >> officials say more than 100 roads are cut off as rivers and creeks overflowed their banks. >> this is unprecedented so we do not have record we can go back and see who all will be impact. >> reporter: national guard made countless rescues including this man had been clinging to a tree branch for hours. homes across southern louisiana have been flooded. >> our house has gone under, everything has gone under back there. >> reporter: in jean holmes neighborhood water is knee deep still trying to recover from flooding five months ago. >> pictures you just can't replace and they are still in the big green rubber made from last time and i never put them
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up. >> reporter: while some are await to go survey the damage holmes says it is time to move omar villafranca for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". hard to believe that flooding but even here in our region people just don't realize how dangerous heat can be but you we are seeing it over here. >> heat is number one weather related killer in the last ten years, flooding comes in number second. another rough day to day, with the high heat, humidity feeling like well over hundred degrees. water is the drink of choice, just to try to stay hydrated all day long. the heat index over 100 once again and it does feel like mid 90's in some spots with high heat and humidity. we are taking a live look, at the a nice morning looking outside and we have mostly clear skies, good sunrise here, coming up, actually just happened a couple minutes ago here in philadelphia. so, that sun will quickly go to work already, 83 degrees
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here around the station and quickly climbing back to the mid 90's this afternoon. south jersey feeling warmth already, atlantic city at 83 degrees. ocean in the upper 60's. still on the cool side. that is place to be again today, jersey shore, delaware beach, get a is in breeze off the water. cherry hill at 82. eighty-one in newark, delaware. up toward city similar numbers. still rough. not much relief with any breezes across the region. we have cooler spots lehigh valley 73 degrees in allentown. seventy-two in the poconos. still tropical like humidity levels. we are looking at dew point temperatures very similar to yesterday in spots. we are in the upper 70's for dew point. you don't see they a whole lot. i only think we had this a couple of days earlier this summer in the month of july. so this makes it feel, oppressive or even insufferable. dew points running high. they will start to lower tomorrow. this is what it feels like with that humidity 92 in
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philadelphia. near 90 in wilmington. feeling like 94 in millville, new jersey. these numbers are only going to go up from here. storm scan three is quiet this morning. looking at clear skies. as we head in the afternoon like yesterday we will see those cloud build up and watch out for scattered showers and thunderstorms north and west of the city. tories a threat for severe weather up toward lehigh valley and poconos. the reason is there a cold front off to the west but out ahead is where air mass is unstable and we're sitting in it. you can feel heat and humidity to fuel showers and storms. front will try to come through this evening bringing a shower or storm chance. things quiet down thomas front moves off shore. don't expect a big drop in temperatures and or drop in humidity. it happens a little bit but still will feel pretty rough outside even tomorrow. as we head towards tuesday we have another round of showers and storms developing with our next storm system. keyword is scattered for next several days. don't expect to get rainfall every where across the region.
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here's the storm threat or severe threat. morgue nal risk a 5 percent chance for severe thunderstorm from the city off north and west. best shot around poconos as that front approaches. the lets talk about the heat index, not quite as bad as yesterday. we were up around 111 for philadelphia yesterday afternoon. so 102 through 105 most likely during the mid afternoon hours. tomorrow, yeah, it will feel better, mid 90's close to 100 factoring in the humidity for monday afternoon. so it does get better and each day things do improve. hot and humid to day, watch out for late day shower or storm. 96 degrees this afternoon for actual air temperature. still muggy tonight not as warm. seventy-eight for city. chance for shower or storm early. check out the seven day forecast. we have 90's tomorrow. 92 degrees. not as humid. should stay dry with partly sunny skies. tuesday upper 80's, just a straight forecast, warm, humid, tuesday, to thursday,
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could be a scattered shower or storm in the afternoon an then friday maybe we will start to drop and it looks like rahel, next weekend could start off nice mid 80's with low humidity. the lets home that stand if you don't like this rough weather we are dealing with. >> absolutely, sound beautiful. michael phelps has a golden good bye in the rio in the 100medley. >> he leads for a third leg of the tight rushing pushing u.s. to first with them finishing it off for goal. they had a record time of three minutes and 272nd. baltimore bullet as phelps is called is most decorated athlete in olympic history after claiming his 23rd career gold medal. thinks phelps last race before supposedly retiring. he has 23 medals, five gold and a silver at rio games. speaking of michael phelps there was lots of talk about those big brown bruises on his body. they are from a therapeutic
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treatment that is very popular. health reporter stephanie stahl explains what cupping is. >> reporter: michael phelps shoulders were dotted with brown bruces as he won in the free style relay. the therapy called cupping being used by phelps and other olympic athletes. >> it is placed on the skin of the athlete and we pulled on the suction. >> reporter: eric le dano head trainer at penn who demonstrated how cupping works says it is a common therapy the skinnies sucked into specialized glass cups. how long does it the stay there. >> we will leave this on for two minutes to ten minutes depending on the injury site. >> reporter: it can be done with heat, it causes capillaries just beneath surface of the the skin to rupture. >> originally developed wye the chinese in an effort to take out evil toxins out of the body. >> reporter: doctor brian senate, chief of sports medicine at penn medicine says cupping works on soft tissue reducing soreness by
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increasing blood flow. >> we are potentially removing break down products from injury by bringing more blood flow to the area someone like michael phelps his shoulders are such an important part of the swimming stroke and he has probably got soreness and done this in the past and found that it has improved him. >> reporter: doctor senate says while cupping is best performed by experienced trainers it can be done at home with kits ordered on the internet. because many are wondering fit is painful i tried it. >> there you go. >> it doesn't hurt. >> no, it does not hurt. >> it feels good actually. >> reporter: experts say while there are in studies proving cupping works there are plenty of people including olympic athletes who are convinced it helps. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". coming up next on "eyewitness news" a look at the two worlds of rio di janeiro. >> a million-dollar view, i'm jamie youkiss and i'll take you inside a traditional home.
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them. >> reporter: this is the largest area in rio di janeiro, houses jammed nearly on top of one another and taxi drivers help people navigate the slopes and narrow alley ways. >> marcos has lived here for 34 years and never imagined himself anywhere else. >> i love this place. i love the people. >> reporter: but he says olympics are forcing him out of the neighborhood. wealthy area nearby received infrastructure upgrade but nothing changed here but his rent which skyrocketed this year. >> unfortunately it is reality here in rio and that reflects with the olympics. for example they will watch the games, we won't. so we are fighting to have more equality. >> reporter: even with the million-dollar view, americans are considered this neighborhood annex stream poverty but for people live here all they see is a tight kn theit community.
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and then this is a hero here, he carried olympic torch through the neighborhood but cannot afford to see any of the games. >> for me, really important to carry the torch and represent the communities, kid will see that and maybe they can carry too. >> reporter: he hopes children here can have a future brighter then what the olympic games promise but didn't deliver n rio di janeiro, jamie youkiss for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". coming up next on "eyewitness news", preserving history, a local woman is sending hundreds of pieces of movie history to new national museum dedicated to african hearn history and culture. her story come up. plus remembering man gave life to one of the star wars most iconic characters. and most people dread those trips to the dentist but for this man it was a dream come true his emotional reaction to something he has waited for since childhood. plus an excessive heat
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warning remains in effect and justin is back to tell us whether he we could see storms today, stay with us.
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"i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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good morning i'm rahel solomon. hopefully you have been staying cool this week because it has been a scorcher but this weather even had deadly consequences. the lets get out to justin drabick with eyewitness weather. you say a slight dip in temperatures but not that much. >> yesterday we got to 111 for the heat index. 105, maybe 106. there is some improvement but you start to notice it tomorrow. heading outside today just take it easy just like yesterday it will be rough. we have excessive heat warning. we didn't get out of the 80's in the city. a lot of warmth to start off our sunday morning. entire region under excessive heat warning until 9:00 tonight. exception in the poconos. temperatures will be in the mid 90's for afternoon highs. tropical humidity levels again. heat index is up around 105 through the afternoon maybe higher, in some spots especially, a little bit to
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the south and dover delaware as we get closer toward warmer waters of the delaware bay. ocean is still chilly 67 off atlantic city. it will feel good heading to the jersey shore. eighty-three in philadelphia. lower 80's in south jersey. seventy's in quakertown. not much change in the dew point temperatures. this is what you want to machine for, if you get a drop, that means lower humidity, seeing a slight decrease in the lehigh valley, no change around philadelphia and wilmington. heat index is 92. mid 90's in parts of the interior south jersey in millville. on our way up to 96 but feeling like 105 for the city, near 90 at the shore with lots of sunshine and chance for future scattered showers and storms in the poconos this afternoon. it will be cooler with highs in the mid 80's. we will have decreasing humidity throughout this week and more storm chances and i'll break it down in a few more minutes, back to you. as we heard from justin it will be another hot day, while
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temperatures in the 90's it will feel like the triple digits. officials say that heat caused deaths of two philadelphia woman. lets get out to david spunt live on the schuylkill river trail with ways people are trying to stay cool, good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning to you. we have sad news. a 67 year-old woman in brewerytown and eight two-year old woman in port richmond both passed away yesterday. we are told they did have other chronic illnesses but clearly heat was an issue there. i can tell you we will feel a little breeze, we are looking live right now to check out kelly drive and schuylkill river trail a lot of people rowing, running, you don't see any right new but people have been out trying to beat that heat before it gets too brutal later on in the day. but yesterday when it felt like 111 degrees, we had the mayor's cup race. it was second annual mayor's cup race. it was a half marathon and a 5k among other things, local runners and running clubs, avid runners coming out they
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didn't let the heat affect them by any chance and when we asked them how they dealt with the heat, what felt like 111 degrees, they didn't seem too phased by it. >> we have emt on the site here we have a medical coordinator who is here, as well. >> it looks okay. some are tiring out. >> it is brutal. it was 85 at the the start. hotter on the blacktop. >> reporter: hydrate, hydrate, hydrate is the keyword here as you can see right now some runners on the schuylkill river trail a live picture right new but again, there is a little breeze coming from the water but it stops, goes, it is not anything that is constant. so bottom line just make sure that you drink plenty of water out here, rahel, we expect to see more people as the morning goes on. reporting live, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> david, thank you. good to see them get their exercise in early before the sun fully rises, thank you. the philadelphia
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corporation for aging heat lines will be activate today. you or someone you know needs help beating heat give them a call at (215)765-9040. the heat line will be opened from 8:30 a.m. to midnight tonight. closing argument in the trial of pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane are set for tomorrow. kane decided not to testify friday or put on any defense witnesses at her perjury obstruction trial. her lawyers say they don't think the government has proved its case. the testimony included the reporter whose news article is at the heart of the case against kane, chris brennan wouldn't say who sent him secret grand jury documents citing pennsylvania shield law. turning now to campaign 2016 hillary clinton has scheduled a campaign stop tuesday in west philadelphia a high school. she is new hampshire yesterday. meanwhile donald trump is heading to ohio tomorrow. as brian web reports, trump is trying to turn a normally blue state, republican red.
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>> reporter: with supporters in connecticut chanting lock her up, donald trump blasted his rival democratic rival hillary clinton on saturday night. >> she is going to raise your taxes, she's going to raise your regulations for your businesses which will put everybody out of work. >> reporter: a republican presidential candidate hasn't won connecticut since 1988 but trump isn't writing off the state. >> we are making a i big move for connecticut. >> reporter: trump says he can win states that have gone to democrats in recent elections including pennsylvania. friday, trump warned that the election could be rigged, and now his campaign is recruiting trump election observers. >> only way we can lose in my opinion, i really mean this, in pennsylvania is if cheating goes on. >> reporter: trump trails clinton in national polls and in most battle ground states. >> my prediction is when this campaign is all over and people have forgotten the losing campaign that he ran the two word they will remember about donald trump is
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you're fired. >> reporter: clinton's vp pick tim kaine campaigned in new hampshire criticizing trump's character this guy will make up anything and we are not gullible people. >> reporter: kaine clinton released their 2015 tax returns on friday, and they are calling on trump to do the same. brian web for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". members are giving back to the community in camden, new jersey this weekend. brothers of the phi beta sigma hosted their community cook out. hundreds of families turned out at the park, for plenty of food, music and fun activities for the children. the fraternity has been active in camden county since 1978. >> after the event, we have voter registration, domestic violence, folks from the the police department to give out information, we are giving out information about our beta sigma club which operates here
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in camden county. >> fraternity's motto is culture for service and service for humanity. and the buzz is growing around the new, smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture. it opens next month in washington d.c. museum will feature tens of thousands of artifacts. reporter cherri gregg of kyw news radio, spoke to a mt. airy art collector who made a significant contributions. >> i feel like the keeper of our history. >> reporter: beverly richard is curator for a cinema apart a collection of early black film memorabilia that resides in her mt. airy home. >> this room actually holds every race film that is still available. >> reporter: the collection of race films from the early 1900s to the 1950's, feature all black casts at a time when hollywood refused to do so. >> if an african-american went to the movies, to see a hollywood film, the black person in the film was usually
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cooking, cleaning, singing. >> reporter: race films fascinated beverly's husband larry a historian and librarian he collect 2100 artifacts, soundies, cartoons, posters, even fashion. some connected to superstars like paul robeson, lena horn and dorothy dandridge. >> this was a girl... >> a dress, yes. >> reporter: when larry died, beverly contacted the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture. it has acquired more than 35,000 objects, 1,000 are from this collection. >> i'm just so excited. >> reporter: so excited she visited the new home for the collection, the taking the stage exhibition. >> it is really bitter sweet and my only regret is he isn't here. >> reporter: but new museum means larry's dream of sharing his ge nre of film lives on kept save at the new smithsonian opening
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september 24th. cherri gregg for cyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". now man behind one of the most beloved characters in the star wars saga has died. kenney baker played r2d2 in the first six star wars movie 36789-foot 8-inch actor died in his home in england n cause of death was given. kenney baker was 81 years old. still to come on "eyewitness news" how to land a role on the hit cbs daytime drama we have details coming up on a casting call coming up next. also ahead a reason to smile. >> oh, my gosh, my life changed. >> he is perfect, pearly whites for a long time copping for this man. our stephanie stahl shows us his emotional journey and reason this is a childhood dream come
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on the healthwatch, smiles can light up the world and one langhorne man just cannot stop smiling. health reporter stephanie stahl tells us why. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: twenty-one year-old steve up colorito is seeing his new teeth for the first time. >> unbelievable, honestly, this is something i have wanted since i was eight years old would i say when i realized how bad my teeth really were. >> reporter: steven was born with the genetic disorder that caused him to lose most of his teeth and he has endured lifetime of bullying until he
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was select to get free implants... from by design dental implant center which provided this video. >> when i was a kid, i just expecting someone to say the most mean thing they could say to me. >> it wases heart breaking. >> reporter: people were looking at me how did this kid's teeth get like this. >> reporter: steve he was selected from a group of 200 applicant toss get free implant a community give back program called share a smile. >> it was so hard because there are are so many people in need. there have been tears shed throughout steven's treatment. not just by him and his family bye also the staff here. >> reporter: took months for steve tone get a full set of permanent false teeth they are held in place with titanium posts implanted in the bone. >> i never thought i would have teeth, ever. then i have a full set. perfect. wish i could go back to high school. >> reporter: instead he can go back to his job as a barber
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where he interacts with people all day this makes me more comfortable. i don't think i'll ever stop smiling after this. >> reporter: steven's implants would have cost $50,000 because his case was so complicated. implants can be expensive but usually not that much. i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and if you have ever felt like you were just meant to be on tv, well, that could be your shot. join cbs-3 at sugar house casino on thursday for a daytime drama casting call. from noon to 3:00 men and women 18 or over are invited to audition for a chance to appear in the upcoming episode of young and the restless or bold and beautiful. two stars, doug behave i had son will be at sugar house to meet and greet fans for more information for cbs justin joining us thursday, hopefully a little bit better than today. >> it will be better. >> i prom that is humidity will be dropping and each day it gets better, so i would say, today will be almost as
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bad as yesterday but tomorrow unfortunately as we go back to work, things start to improve in a bit. ocean city, another good beach day to escape from the heat. it will be hot. temperatures around 90 degrees in ocean it is i. pew feel on the boardwalk, ocean water depending on which beach some spots in the 60's. it could feel cool if you just go jump in for a few minutes but make sure life guard are on duty. yesterday was a hot day, inland, we made it up to 98 degrees officially at philadelphia international airport. that makes it hottest day of the season so far. it felt like 111, around the city and hot inner parts of the delaware and south jersey as we get closer to the higher humidity areas interior south jersey, dover delaware v humid with the delaware bay close by. these are current air temperatures right now. eighty-three at the airport. seventy-three in allentown. and, poconos, little breeze out of the southwest today, this morning, at the shore, so 82 in stone harbor. seventy-eight in ocean city. eighty-three in rehoboth
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beach, delaware. when you factor in that humidity it feels like low to mid 90's in spots. we are on our way to feeling well over 100 degrees, once again, later this afternoon. so how will it feel? insufferable today with those high humidity levels. tomorrow, still oppressive but not as bad as today, it does get better. same deal on tuesday, wednesday, even better and wait until thursday and friday we will really start to drop these humidity levels. each day there is threats for the scattered showers or thunderstorms. here's the shore forecast. we will be rain free today. that is good news with beach plans. mostly sunny skies. make sure you wear sun block. uv index still very high. eight out of ten. 90 degrees for air temperature. atlantic city ocean water still in the upper 60's at this hour. we have a cold front off to the north and west. that could provide a few scattered showers and storms, later this afternoon. so keyword is here is scattered main threat is north and west of the city. lehigh valley, poconos, best chance, to see a few showers and storms. some of these could be severe as well. let's time things out for you.
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the here's future forecast model not showing a whole lot happening. just some cloud building up. maybe a couple of spotty showers later this afternoon into the evening. the once we lose the heat from the sun, things will start to calm down overnight and then tomorrow should stay dry, and then sunshine, mixed with a few clouds. storm threats today, pretty much, with some heavy rain, lightening as main threat from these storms, low threat for some hail, and obviously wind damage, if these storms do come severe. later this afternoon, heat index up around 102, 105, near 100 up in the lehigh valley. 11:00 o'clock tonight still feeling like 90's in some spots and then tomorrow a noticeable drop in those heat indexes. now we're feeling more like mid 90's to 100 degrees. still hot but much better than 111 we had yesterday. on our way up to 96 degrees for actual air temperature still feeling like 105. storm chance early tonight otherwise partly cloudy still mug which a low of 78 degrees. tomorrow still hot, we will be at 92 degrees with sunshine
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and cloud but lower humidity levels. upper 80's for our temperatures on tuesday, through friday and each day is there a chance for scattered shower or storm. it looks like next week will start off nice, partly sun which a high of 86 on saturday. rahel, back to you. time now at 6:47 lets get to weather, and impacting traffic at all keeping drives at home. the lets check with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. how ann, what are you seeing. >> hi rahel, a lot of people are on vacation. we are seeing less people on the roadways which is good for our business. we are looking, and good for you too, taking a trip. this is schuylkill at vine expressway. schuylkill at top of the screen, vine street expressway in the middle. they are both in great shape with no delays or problems. we're going to move our traffic cam here, to i-95 right at blue route, i-95 looks perfect today at blue route and philadelphia, and in suburbs, again work no delays or major problems for your ride in this morning. we are going to move to the ben franklin bridge mid span,
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ben franklin bridge as well as walt whitman looks okay this morning. that is latest from the traffic center, i'm ann evans now rahel back to you. the academy of natural sciences is celebrating insects this weekend. "eyewitness news" at bug fest where kids and parents can see hundreds of black critters, build a beehive and work on a giant ter might mound. event continues today and features roach races, and bug walks and, um-hmm, insect tasting for more adventurous guests. good way to stay inside. get ready for a fierce competition, torey woodill and pat gallen get in the olympic spirit with the epic battle of badminton. we will see who wins. ahead in sports bad news for the eagles rookie, quarterback carson wentz is hurt. leslie van arsdal tells us how it happened when
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eagles will hold another open practice at link but fans hoping to see carson wentz will be disappointed, he is hurt, out of action for some time. he has a hairline fracture in his ribs. it happened in the second to the last play thursday night when hit on a bliss. he complained that he was sore and was held out of team drills. ct scan revealed fracture. team hopes to have him back by end of the preseason. lane johnson speaking for the first time since it was reported he is facing a ten game suspension for ped's, he expects he will have to serve it. he had a positive test on the supplement he bought on land. he said it was approved by players union phone app. this is not first time for
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johnson. he was suspended four games in 2014 for ped's. >> something i wanted to avoid, it is nothing i ever wanted to be part of. i learn my lesson. i feel like players have no rights. i feel supplement industry is not regulated. it is hard to believe coming from the second time offender but i want it to be clear that the nfl pa does not stand up, they do not check the supplements. you call and ask them if they test positive for something they a have prove it doesn't mather players union made this statement after johnson's comments. we always stand up for rights of our players. mr. johnson's statement are factually inaccurate and we have been in touch with both lane and his agent, who now understand the facts. we constantly remine all players even if a supplement is checked green these supplement provider may in the list certain ingredients, there are therein a player can test positive for. phillies will go for the sweep this afternoon against
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the rockies, adam morgan on the mound last night with the phillies got some clutch hitting, and check out this young fan he is just trying to stay cool out there and look at jim thome and fanatic shooting hot dogs on the alumni weekend. in score in the first two runners on for miguel franco, no problem, left center field, his 21st of the season and phillies take a three to nothing lead. now in the fourth freddie galvis at the plate, with the single to center, franco will score easily, fill business a four to nothing advantage. now, four-three the in the seventh, aaron altear hits a rope up middle, caesar hernandez scores. they beat colorado six-three. jonathan papelbon is looking for a team. nationals released him yesterday and will pay 11 million-dollar salary. the right-hand, struggled in his within year in the nation's capitol's loud eight runs on seven hits in his last three outings before he was replaced with the closer. papelbon will be a free agent
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next season. jonathan is phillies all time saves leader. the union facing new england in the second minute union with the ball, cj sapong scores and chester take the lead. fiftieth minute of the game union in control, chris pontius has his fourth goal in the last five games. union beat revolution four to nothing. that is all for sports i'm leslie van arsdal have a great day. a lot of eyes are on the swimmers, gymnast and basketball stars at the olympic games in rio but there are plenty of other great athletes flying under the radar. "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen sheds more light on one of the more obscure sports. >> olympic games, they are in rio but we are bringing them to philly. we saw best game to really do a pat verse story was badminton. >> thanks, guide. >> to win the game we sought the help of the university of the pennsylvania badminton team. what is this. >> this is a shuttlecock or as
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we referred to it as a birdie. >> to win you must take two of three sets with each game going to 21 but there is much more to it as meng and mang prove i have after observing meng and mang's winning ways it was hand on time. >> keep your two hands here and for the rest of us here, just like that. >> if you held it correctly this parties down here. you just look at it, and use your wrist and hit it. >> flip of the wrist. >> you do this. >> can you show me yours and i will she you mine. >> boom. >> yes. >> wrist follow through. >> yes. >> keep the foot pointed. >> so it doesn't matter as long as you accelerate close
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to the birdie. >> when you serve it has to be two pairs. >> yes. >> you give them pressure. >> yes. >> when you try to serve lou at him aggressively and question like that. >> like that. >> you want to intimidate him. it is legitimate thing, it is real. >> so get in his head. >> and now it is time to go head to head. >> so who won? coming up at 8:00 cbs-3 bolt of the sexes pat verse torey, they go head to head in a fun challenging olympic sport. stay with us through 8:00 to see who wins. well, that is it for "eyewitness news" at 6:00 here's what we have at 7:00. doctors and nurses already know the need for blood donors but our stephanie stahl shows us how co-workers battle spark action at a philadelphia
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hospital. pooling resources, philadelphia makes changes to the schedule to make sure people can find more places to beat this heat. and speaking of heat get ready for another day of excessive heat warning, justin drabick tells us when we will get a break on "eyewitness news" this sunday i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine... with botox®.
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the dangerous heat turns deadly in philadelphia the reason remains under an excessive heat warning we have the latest on when it will finally start to cool off. developing in wisconsin violence erupts after a fatal shooting involving a police officer. new this morning a car hits a frat house on the campus of temple university sending the driver to the hospital. today is sunday august 14th, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. lets turn it over to justin drabick. story of the day and week is this heat, today more of the same but some relief is in sight. >> a little bit. might feel like 105 to yesterday's 111 we will take it. we got to 98. hottest day so far. >> it felt hotter then that. >> 111 around philadelphia, hotter in some spots in interior south jersey and delaware. it will be rough. sunshine. maybe we will get shower and storm, north and west


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