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test. test. test. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. flea teenagers are shot overnight in the grays ferry section of philadelphia. we're live with the detectives as they try and uncover more details about the shooter. >> panic at one of the largest and bus years airports. passengers were sent running at lax after report of active shooter. turns out no shots were fired, but we'll tell you what authorities led to the scary moments. and, storm scan, shows center city this morning, and the wide of our area, temperatures are going up today, and for much of the week, justin is here with your monday forecast. well, good morning everyone, today is monday august 29th, i'm jim donovan. >> hey, there i'm brooke thomas. we're getting your day started with a check on weather and traffic. we have justin in here hanging
out with us for katie. meisha, good morning, thank you so much, great to be back, guys. we'll let you know we have water main break on the boulevard right now, still active with a couple of accidents. >> final days every august, guys, it will be still feeling like july, cranking up the heat, 90s, still humid. some changes that we have something for everybody on tap this upcoming week, this morning, all is quiet. okay commute as far as the weather goes. clear skies right now, looking at center city, no problems, temperatures right now 73 degrees, so little warmer than yesterday morning at this time. wind has shifted direction out of the south, 6 miles per hour, so that's going to bring back some humidity through the afternoon. there is the temperature difference compared to 24 hours ago, anywhere from two up to 9 degrees warmer compared to this time on sunday morning. and winds pretty much less than 10 miles per hour right now. more of the southerly wind today, so that's going to help boost the temperatures back up into the lower 90s for hotter humidity levels. few clouds will roll this later this morning into the
afternoon, weak cold front will pass on by, but really doesn't change up our weather whole lot. on our way up to 91 degrees this afternoon, average high should be in the low and mid 80s, shore still in good shape. we'll have plenty of sunshine, nice breeze off the water keeping temperatures there at 84, heads up, still strong, rip current potentially throughout the next few days, poconos, high temperature up around 80 degreesment we'll keep the hot stretch going through the rest of the month, we will be talking about some changes, on the way for labor day weekends, and i think you will like it, so check out the forecast coming up in just a few more minutes. but let's head back over to meisha for a check on the latest road conditions. good morning. >> good morning, justin, great to see you. what we're looking at right now, take a look at this, water main break boulevard southbound between ridge and kelly drive, and the exit, see the right lane blocked, you can still see the water clearly still active pouring down on the roadways, clearly right lanes blocked, crews are out, there this one will certainly pose a problem with you as we push through, i
would say, starting in the 5:00 hour, gaper delay in the 65:00 hour, still active like this, really going to slow you down specially with the amount of water still coming out. boulevard southbound before ridge avenue, kelly drive exit. make note of. that will also, around this area, yesterday, at around 2:00 p.m., overturned tanker truck. route 30 westbound near business route 30, clean up still underway, crews are out, there see flashing lights, probably blocking a lane. can't get close enough to tell you which one, bye i'll let you know will slow you down little bit as well, then the vine not closed overnight for the construction, so schuylkill, the vine out of the schuylkill, looking really good, eastbound, westbound, all open. also, an accident wynnewood, wynnewood at men owe a roadment back to you. >> new this morning, chaos breaks out at lax after report of a shooter. people were seen running from the terminals at los angeles international airport, officials briefly cleared everyone out and grounded all flights during the
investigation. fortunately, authorities say, it was a false alarm, caused by allowed noise. they didn't find a shooter and no shots were fired. right now, travelers are dealing with very long lines, as you can imagine, flights are delayed. >> gunfire in philadelphia's grays ferry neighborhood sends three teenagers to the hospital. >> police are hoping surveillance video will help them solve the case. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo is live at south detective to bring us up-to-date on the investigation. jan? >> brooke, jim, good morning, police are describing what happened in grays ferry overnight, as a shoot-out. when the dust set recalled, three teenagers as you mentioned were hit and injured, had to be taken to the hospital. two of those teenagers are 16 years old, one of the teenagers 17 years old, again, they are all taken to the hospital in stable condition this morning thankfully all expected to survive. take a look at the video this morning, chaotic scene, police
say exchange every gunfire, three parked cars hit by stray bullet, at least 12 spent shell casings at the scene, now, at this point, police don't know if the victims were hit by stray built or were somehow involved in this shooting. they hope surveillance video will help sort all of this out. investigators have found private cameras, at a business nearby the shooting scene, also found police real time cameras about a block away. this all happened at 27th and tasker street, just after midnight. when police arrived, they found 16 and 17 year old shot in the leg, they also found another 16 year old shot in the back. they were all taken to the hospital, again, in stable condition this morning. as police investigate, reminding neighbors these teenagers should never have been outdoors to begin with. >> they are under the age of 18. they're juveniles. they're not adult. so, therefore, they have to adhere to the curfew rules, and they should been in, should have been home. these rules protect people not only from committing crimes, but they protect individuals
from being victims of crimes such as these three juveniles. detective are investigating, and hopeful will he we find out why and who committed this triple shooting. >> at this point police do not have motive for the shooting. they do not have description of the shooter or shooters. they do say one of the suspect may have left the scene in a white older model car possibly nissan. anyone with information is asked to call police. we're reporting live outside south detective this morning, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> thank you, jan. police are investigating after a toddler was hit and killed by an s.u.v. in west philadelphia. >> this happened just before 7:00 last night on the 4800 block of marion avenue, in the city's west park side section. police say a mean rory darted out between two parked cars, hit by white chevy trailblazer. >> for sure, i don't even think the lay i actually saw
him until it was too late. >> we know he did run out in the street. so, you know, it really wasn't her fault. >> paramedics took rory and his mother to children's hospital of philadelphia where he died a short time later. the driver of the suv did stop, and is cooperating with police. >> meanwhile, in camden, new jersey, the reward being offered in the killing of a eight year old girl has grown now to $50,000. right now air brush artists are creating memorial shirt, free of charge, in honor of gab re he will carter. gabby struck by stray bullet last week and later died. owner of the shop will give memorial shirts to anyone in the community who wants one. >> camden county police are investigating a fatal crash in sicklerville. eyewitness video captured the aftermath sunday near sicklerville road and chews landing road. police say the car went out of control and hit a pole and the impact through the driver out of the car.
a man who was standing nearby described hearing the crash but did not want to be identified. >> just heard allowed screaching, the tires, sounded a little something like err. , and then boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. >> so far no word on the victim's identity. >> well, democratic runningmate, tim kaine, will maple campaign stop near bethlehem on wednesday. and donald trump is starting a media campaign blitz in pennsylvanian several other swing states. as wendy gillette reports, the trump campaign used the sunday morning talk shows in a attempt to clarify his stand on illegal immigration. >> donald trump's campaign manager told john dickerson on cbs "face the nation" the republican presidential nominee has not changed his stance on undocumented immigrants. first. >> first, still no amnesty, secondly he is build that wall. that has been the centerpiece, his vision from the beginning, it has not changed one begin
what has seemingly changed is trump's position on what will happen to an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants, currently living in the u.s. trump's original plan laid out in november, called for a deportation force to help send them out of the country. but, in recent days, his campaign team has talk about what they've called a more humane approach, though they say trump's views have not shifted. >> what you heard him describe there in his usual plane spoken american way was a mechanism, not a policy, and you're going to hear more detail in the next two weeks. >> on the democratic side the chair of the party defended hillary clinton after trump called her a biggot last week. >> donald trump has not held an event in the black community. he has not gone to a black church. and hillary clinton has done. >> the democratic presidential nominee spent the day fundraising in the hampton's, trump held no public event. wendy gillette, cbs news, new york. >> days after sparking national controversy, in his
decision to sit for the national anthem, san san francio 49ers player isn't budging. he said staying seated during pre-game performance is his way to calling attention to race relations in the country. he take to the media yesterday and said he glad to start a dialogue. >> i just can't stand for what this represent right now. it is not right. and the fact that it has blown up like this, i think it is is a good thing, you know, it bridges awareness. >> he called for more accountability for police officers, and other public officials. >> well, still ahead: six scientists wrap up a year long mission living in a dome. >> we'll tell you why they did it and when they had to wear to go outside also ahead the coast guard rescued two people in south jersey. we'll tell you why the pair were actually praised by rescuers. >> as floridians deal with the zika outbreak, some residents bracing for a big storm. we'll have the details whether we come back.
>> the us coast guards says two boaters alerted them in plenty of time to rescue the men after their boat renee grounds, and before their situation got worse. this is video shot by the coast guard saturday night near little egg inch atlantic in galloway township atlantic county. the coast guard chopper lifted the men from their 36-foot cat ma and, they were not injured but were checked out by emergency personnel anyway. mission accomplished, for six scientists who spent the last year pretending to live on mars. the scientists left the simulation yesterday. they were actually living in hawaii inside a dome and could only go outside if they wore space suits. the simulation was the second longest every it kinds, simulation in russia ended in 2011 after 520 days. >> nasa scientists are check out the newest photos from the juno spacecraft, flew past jupiter this weekend, research
unit came within 2600 miles of the planet surface. one image shows half of jupiter and it famous red spot near the bottom. juno's mission to our solar system largest planet ends this february. well, south florida is getting ready for possible flooding. tropical depression has formed in the florida straight, expected to produce to up 4 inches every rain through wednesday. health officials want to make sure pooling water from possible floods doesn't turn into widespread breeding grounds for mosquitos caring the zika virus. well, time now 44:44. >> justin here with another check on your forecast, hey, justin. >> morning, brooke. do have two drop cat depressions near the east coast, we'll have to keep an eye on that, maybe i am packing the delaware valley. we have to see right now. i think we will be in okay shape. temperature wise this morning, no problems, as far as humidity goes, 68 degrees, capitol city of delaware right now at 69 in cherry hill, mid 60s around the shore, at 73
officially at the airport, 70 up in chalfont, even the suburbs feeling some warmth this morning, quakertown yesterday you guys were in the 50's at this time. now in the mid 60s, same deal mount pocono. little band of clouds offer to the north and west. that's actual cold front that will try to pason through later today, doesn't have a loft moisture with it, doesn't have a lot of cold air. so looking for cool temperatures, not going to happen. first depression, the one closest to right now, tropical depression eight west northwest, 10 miles per hour, forecast to become a tropical storm maybe in the next 24 hours, or so there is would be named hermine if this does happen before the storm in florida it stays off shore being then moves back off to the north and east, just really will do, maybe bring few more clouds, obviously, just keep the rip current threats elevated really over the next several days. colds front passes through today, maybe stray shower, that actually helped keep the depression off shore over the next few days, as it moves off to the north and east
eventually. then see stronger front approaching wednesday, that's going to bring some changes for labor day weekends, it will be hot today, up around 90 degrees for the hot spot. cooler along the coast, little drop in the temperatures tonight, should see some 50's in the suburbs, tomorrow, little cooler but still warm for this time of year. mid to you are err 80s, so for today, sun, clouds, little more humid, up to 91 degrees, this afternoon, tonight, 68, clear and warm, and here is that extended forecast. low 90s through the ends of the month, then there is the change, to be labor day weekend, below average friday, right now meisha things looking dry throughout labor day, tropical season, always have to keep an eye on it. >> fingers crossed for sure. thank you so muchment looking outside. good morning, happy monday, what we are looking at right now water main break, actually happened yesterday afternoon, this is the boulevard southbound before ridge avenue, kelly drive exits, right lane is blocked, you can see, crews are still moving around, take a look at how much water is still coming out.
so, very much so active. >> this will absolutely slow you down, not only with the gaper delay, with all of that water coming down, but also the volume levels will sustain significant back up depending how long. so make note that far again, boulevard southbound, blue ridge, kelly drive. overturned tanker truck around 2:00 p.m. route 30 westbound near business route 30, clean up is still underway, you can see the flashing lights off in the distance, just make note. just heads up for those of you hitting the roadway around the area, might slow you down little later maybe in the 65:00 hour right now looking okay. then an accident wynnewood, will shire road at men owe a roadment back to you. >> thanks so much, meisha a still ahead this morning, the major company that is experimenting with a new kind of work week. that's next in money watch. >> also ahead, community came together to help local student get ready to head back to school. we'll be right back.
>> well column -- welcome back, if you are headed out the door, stay tuned to justin's forecast "kyw news radio 1060". the faa loosen up restrictions on who can operate commercial drones. student in several school district across our area head back to class today. >> and an effort to preserve farm in chester county in the home stretch. check in two, three, four times a day, "kyw news radio" 1060 on your a.m. dial. >> dozens of organizations came together to spread joy to children in camden this weekend. "eyewitness news" was here at the first camden community celebration at master and jefferson streets. more than 2,000 book bags were handed out and children got to enjoy water ice, live performances. the organization sharing a mission, helping at risk youth. >> time now 4:50. time for check on business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us live this morning, from the new york stock exchange, good morning, jill. now, we know, federal veer of chair janet yellen laying the ground work for possible interest rate hike this year.
right? >> reporter: right. and in a speech to bankers friday, us economy and labor market is strong, the case for rate hike has quote strengthened in recent month. then, her second in commands, by stanley fisher, told possible it could raise rates twice this year. all of this very interesting to investors. brooke, jim? >> looking in the crystal ball. more companies are experimenting we understand with flexible schedules for workers, now, i hear, amazon is getting in on the act? >> reporter: yes. amazon is experimenting with a 30-hour work week, as part of the pilot program, few dozen tech employees will work monday through thursday, they'll get 75% of the pay that full-time workers earn, and they'll get the same benefits, amazon says it created the program because one size does not fit all when it comes to work schedules. monday through thursday. it is kind of perfect, right? >> well, i am wondering, can we do the morning newscast in the afternoon?
that would be very -- >> i need to talk to your boss about that, jim. >> we should tape five shows on monday evening. >> good, go out for cocktails after, jill, you can join us. >> thanks a lot, jill. well, coming up after the break, we're continuing, we'll get another check on weather and traffic. >> stay with us, we'll be right parts a and b and want more coverage, guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want. no enrollment window.
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>> big difference in the humidity today compared to yesterday, increasing throughout the morning, another hot day, talking 90s as we finish offer the month every august before we get that change, just in time for the labor day weekend. there go, 73 officially at the airport, not much change, mid 60s, poconos, mid ville, low 70s around millville. noticeably warmer compared to this time yesterday morning. at the jersey shore, you will be dealing with a lot of sunshine today, eight # degrees, so nice southwest breeze at 10 miles per hour. heads up, still have the moderate threat for strong rip current, today, really the next several days, due to
hurricane gaston, way out to sea, but strong category three hurricane. today though sunshine, clouds, hot, maybe stray shower, as a weak cold front approaches. high up around 91 degrees, the front really not going to bring much relief. still warm tonight, mostly clear, upper 60s for the city. almost cooler in the you can, warm finish to the month. look at that, upper 80s to around 90 degrees, tuesday, wednesday, looks like wednesday better chance to see shower or storm, as the strong cold front pushes through. and that knocks the temperatures back. look at that, going below average, headed into the weekend. friday's high near 08 degrees, lot of sunshine, hopefully holds for labor day itself. >> that weekend looks gorgeous, already thinking about the weekends, isn't that funny? monday morning, going to the weekends. good morning, guys. the schuylkill, head lights moving in the eastbound direction past kop. what we are looking at here, king of prussia area, anywhere i look you are looking real nice this morning. we can see on monday morning already a lot of vehicles out there, not even in the 5:00 hour, but overall what we can typically expect on a monday morning, where we had water main break, happened yet
afternoon, still active out here, in fact, still see the water coming down the boulevard southbound, kelly drive exit, right lane compromised, it is probably will be for quite some time. this is really going to slow you down we crack further into the 5:00 and 6:00 hour. what you are seeing here, flashing lights, overturned tanker trucks, route 30 westbound near business route 30, clean up still underway. not causing too many slow downs yet but could little later. accident wynnewood, wiltshire road at manoa road. northbound between lansdale quakertown cleared this morning, jim, brooke, back to you. >> thank you, meisha. coming up in the next hour of cbs-3 eyewitness new, the latest in campaign 2016. >> donald trump is preparing to give a major speech on immigration, as he continues to reach out to minority voters. i'm hena daniels in new york, more on campaign 2016 coming up. >> and also ahead, flashflooding stranded
>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs-3 eyewitness this morning. >> new this morning, three teenage remembers shot overnight, in grays ferry, we're live with more on their conditions, plus, the latest on the search for a gunman. tragedy in west philadelphia, two year old boy was killed after darting into traffic. we'll hear from the relatives of the child, as they see a life cut short. >> and new this morning, a scare at the airport, travelers in los angeles take off running, after reports of an active shooter. there was no shooter, we'll tell you what police think led to the panic. >> today is monday, august 29, good morning, i'm jim donovan hey there, i'm brooke thomas, justin is in for katie, meisha
here as well. >> good morning to you. happy monday morning, can you believe the weekends just goes like, that doesn't it? >> we do have active water main break on the boulevard, also an accident. >> weather is quiet. some sun glare later but it will be hot, if you likes the weekend, you will like today. little more humid, jim, i think you will like the forecast later in the week, just in time for the holiday. >> i'm watching. >> oh, yes, i will thank me later believe me. 73 degrees right now at the airport, so little warm, compared to yesterday at this time. over the weekends bit of northerly breeze that knocked the how many i i had at this levels down, but still hot, temperatures all across the region, 70s up even into the lehigh vale, exception, go into interior south jersey, 64 millville, zoom into suburbs, not much cooler up in quakertown and pottstown mid and upper 60s, at