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looking at video from st. petersburg where flooding and whipped damage is already reported. >> we're closing watching hermine's track and what it could mean holiday weekend. >> the hurricane hunters continue to fly to hurricane hermine and they recorded winds up to 104 miles per hour. very strong hermine continues to strengthen as it is nearing land fall. there's speculation that possibly before land fall which will occur the next couple hours we could see the storm strengthen to category two system and 11:00 advisory came down from the national weather service still a category one wind at 80 miles an hour. land fall likely. big bend region of florida over the next couple hours it will weaken and ride along the east coast as we head into the day tomorrow and then become close to our region as we head into the upcoming weekend. it wail transition into a post or excuse me extra tropical system.
but still it will are have sustained wind speeds of 50 to 60 miles an hour as it's offshore of the jersey coastline and latest cone of uncertainty. we could see significant impacts along the coast as we head to the upcoming weekend. we have a tropical storm watch in effect for the jersey shore and parts of delaware as we head through the weekend into about 9:00, 10:00 on sunday evening so we'll talk more specifically about what impact we could see along coot and the time frame for the most significant impacts coming up in a couple minutes. all right. lauren, we'll check back in with you then. thanks so much. those headed to the shore for labor day weekend are told to prepare for heavy rain and wind. eyewitness news was in ocean city today where those on the beach and boardwalk saw gray skies. lifeguards are dealing with rough surf and rip current. cape may and atlantic counties are advising people not to cancel plans yet. >> with the storm so far out we're not discouraging anybody. be prepared for weather should
it happen. >> tidal flooding is a concern with this storm like hermine and it could cause trouble for made in america festival in philadelphia. crews are busy with the finishes touches getting everything ready for the big crowds. we're expecting more information from the organizers tomorrow about their plans to deal with the weather this weekend. and be sure to stay with eyewitness news as we continue to track her khan hermine and we will have updates here on tv and any time on cbsphilly.com. >> a 4-year-old girl is in critical an after she was struck by a car in juniata. chopper 3 over the scene l street 8:00 tonight. the driver did stop and dui is not suspected in this case. penn state says it will commorate the 50th anniversary of joe paterno first game as coach when the knitly lions host temple in september. david spunt reports about the late coach's role in the
sandusky sex abuse scanned. >> 4 1/2 years after he died he will be honored on the field at a penn state game. university spokesman told eyewitness news the september 17 game will mark 50 years since pat orn owe first ran out on to the field. >> he was a good coach. i think she should honor him for that. i really do. >> football fans in philadelphia had mixed emotion emotions. paterno died a few months after fired for alleged acknowledgment of sexual abuse scandle involving form area assistant coach jerry sandusky. he was never charged with a crime but his statue was taken down as a result of the scanda scandal. paterno honor will come as nittany lines catch up with temple. we caught up with alls fans that plan to watch the game with more interest now. >> honoring somebody that is allegedly associated with that is probably going to make people uncomfortable being the fan base at penn state is really big. >> it will rub people the wrong way.
>> penn state plans to announce specifics of the celebration during the week of the game. put it already has football fans guessing what might happe happen. >> outside of the scandal i think joe paterno is really respectable as a coach and football person. he has a big legacy. >> fan groups pushed to put the statue back on campus and still, in fact, it is in undisclosed location. no word if they plan to reinstate the statue to commorate the late coach's 50th an slersy. reporting live in the stats center david spunt, eyewitness 3. >> when the national football league draft comes to the city of philadelphia they predict a economic boom. they made the formal announc announcement as city halladay. this will be the first draft in philadelphia since 1961. the art mu sooem assume iconic rocky steps will be the back drop. they expect a economic impact. >> folks will be shopping and eating and cultural attractio
attractions. >> if you are spending three, four, $5, $6 million and return is 80 to 90 million dollar impact it's a positive return. i understand the concern about using public dollars for these types of events. the city is responsible for fundraising $5 million of the $25 million cost of the draft. the city says rights now it does not plan to use taxpayer dollars to pay its share of the draft. >> well the eeingings with one last game from the regular season can get underway. they took on the jets at lincoln financial field. >> and lesley van arsdall is here with more. you were down there, lesley. >> it was. we were undefeated i ka say that now. >> saying that over and over again. >> we might not be able to say that much long longer. you may not have known many of those on the field all hoping to make the one play to get them on the 53 man rotor. voice of the eagles merrill reese told us pregame keep an eye on paul turner. he was great.
he's made more catches than any other nfl receiver this free season now tonight he was returning punts for first time in the preseason and came up with play of the night it's a 71-yard punt return for the score and the eagles will win this one 14-6 and we have much more on the game coming up in sports. but the other big story of football we have colin kaepernick is refusing to stand during the national anthem in protest and after sitting the anthem first preseason games he follow through on that promise once again tonight. >> we'll have more on that and coming up we'll have highlights from that game and also hear from doug pederson about paul turner's performance. >> it will be interesting to hear. >> bit way you can see the eagles first regular season game sunday september 11 on cbs3 coverage starts 11:30 a.m. with toyota sunday kickoff and nfl today follows at noon and birds take on rg3 and browns at
1 in south philly and then stick around for the cure postgame show. >> four of those sideline septa regional rail cars are on track after critical safety repairs. 120 silver line cars railroad pulled from service july 1 after hairline cracks were spot from the equalizer beams. they are making new beams app the workers are pauling extra hours to get septa back on track. >> there are employees on the project that work 15, 16 hours a day working saturdays and sundays and here at 9:00, 10:00 at night and basically whatever it takes. >> septa hopes to have all cars back in service by mid november. >> campaign 2016 trump will number philadelphia tomorrow afternoon to meet with african-american leaders and a round table discussion at a venue on north broad street. we're 67 days away from election day and the focus remains largely on the battle
ground states. both campaigns focused on ohio today. and trump spoke tots american legion con snrengs cincinnati the same event hillary clinton attended yesterday and trump once again talked immigration and he praised mexico president to their meeting in mexico city saying they found common ground. >> we greed in the meeting on the need to stop the illegal flow of guns, drugs, cash, and people across the boarder teen take out the cartels, have to get rid of those cartels and we have to do it quickly. our country is being poisoned. >> clinton had no public event today and joe biden campaigned on her behalf in parma, ohio near cleveland the vice-president took aim at trump saying he has no business running for the highest office in the land. >> don bell is simply not qualified to be the commandner chief of the united states of
america. and we never had a more qualified candidate seek the office of president than hillary clinton. >> we learned today the clinton campaign will begin running tv commercials tomorrow in arizona it's a traditionally red state that has not voted for democrat for president since 1996. >> we now know the identity of a map shot and killed at busy outlet center in atlantic city around 1:30 this afternoon tanger outlets atlantic avenue. 65-year-old louis masonette shot 26-year-old christopher romero and then turned the gun on himself. romero died at the hospital. masonette is hospitalized under city condition. it was connected to a domestic dispute and the public was not in danger. >> a statue stolen from a port richmond church is back where it belong. a good samaritan brought the
statue to our mother of divine grace church. he found it push cart 7 and girard this morning and he said he did not realize it belonged to the church until he saw it on the news. >> and well varieties of popular snack are being recalled tonight and what some people say they found inside the treats. >> plus explosion an launch pad. a space rocket burst into flames. and this alligator is now in custody of animal control until montgomery county and wait until you hear where it was found rome around. >> and barbeque in the bushes, taste with torrey heads to a spot right out of grandma's kitchen each served with a side spot right out of grandma's kitchen each served with a side of soul.
>> it was explosion that was heard and felt for miles a test firing for the space x rocket ended in massive flames on board that rocket a satellite facebook helped to expand internet access in african. space x released a statement saying there was aknowledgely on the launch pad that caused the explosion and no one was injured. >> a major setback in florida fight against zika. health officials found the virus in three groups of mosquitoes trapped in miami beach. since july a few dozen zika case have been linked to transmission zones. in the miami and south beach areas. authorities had not found the actual virus in florida mosquitoes until now. mosquito control is spraying
where infected mosquitoes were trapped. 49 cases were reported in the state of florida. >> it's not the type of call police in collegeville get often or maybe ever. someone needed an alligator removed from their backyard. and at first police thought it was a joke. and once they got there, they saw a gator wapderring down the middle of free land drive an a residents was able to capture the 2 foot alligator there it is and animal control came pick it up. no injuries were reported. >> well a popular sweet snack is recalled tonight after complaints of plastic bits found in the treats. the recall affects entemanns chocolate chip brownies and variety packs with best buy of september 24. all were shipped to retailers in 30 states within the past two weeks. it traced problem to a contractor's bakery in illinoi illinois. underneath i-95, south
philly, concrete was transformed to a food court at the market street food festiva festival. they gathered front and snyder avenue south philly to serve up the crowd. it attracts more than 90,000 people to explore new neighbors and enjoy diverse flavors of our city. >> well, are you looking for good barbeque for labor day weekend. we have a plate full in tonigh tonight's taste with torrey. >> choking down on a meal that comes with a whole lot of soul on the side in montgomery county. ♪ are you looking for so much more than barbeque. sure this norristown joint is ev serving sticky ribs. home smoked turkey that will roll your eyes back. hickory smoked chicken and bit of homemade sides for pickings and zacharys is a spot soul sticks to your ribs. how do you define soul. ask this dad.
>> every meal that some mother or parent put together with know. nothing that's soul. soul is born to struggle. >> who is making soul something out of nothing in nutly judge new jersey for him. this sweet soul his grandmom. >> if i had to describe zacharys it's like going to my grandmother's sunday dinner on any given sunday. >> lucky for us on the menu is zachary's there's something to comfort us all and they have bragging rights. >> bragging rights. >> no really on the menu you can order bragging right. three meats, three sides and corn bread. >> we never seen one guy eat it by himself. >> i'm taking the challenge. >> girl versus food. >> here we go first match baked four cheese mac. >> oh, my oh, my. snappy fresh coleslaw and succulent ribs. >> i want to put the barbeque sauce on as a lip gloss. >> finger licking chick. >> she knew what she was doing.
>> i know exactly what i'm doing. >> brisket and beans with puffs of mip apple like mom mom used to make. >> let's take a corn bread break. >> i try do it like the butter commercial. >> i smell pepper that's so good. >> when i thought hi enough to brag about real barbeque chips. >> we make our own kettle chips we fry in house and all that pulled pork it's real hic hickory smoked carolina pulled pork with vinegar, barbeque sauce, cheddar sauce. mild cheddar, scallions, come on feast what is that? >> real barbeque potato chips. >> torrey is right. >> and we saw her just like serious? >> and corn bread. >> looked so good. >> stop it. stop it. we have to get going and talk about weather. we've got a lot happening come are our way. >> up fortunately in time for
the labor day weekend. it was looking grate and then hermine came along and ruined it for everybody. we have a close eye on the track. hurricane hermine making land fall along the florida coastline and for us we cleared out as a cold front moved across the delaware valley and much reed needed rainfall over the past 24 hours and all is quiet if center city philadelphia. a live look right now check out the temperature. 74. feeling good. wind shifted north backed side of the cold fron and you beener in color and drier area as we speak. storm scan three showing us last of showers dissipated and clouds clearing on out and to problems throughout the overnight period. and with rain, clouds in place today, 8 19 high temperature in philadelphia. our coolest day since august 1st. yes, temperatures right now are cooling very efficiently. 67 allentown and we're down to the 50s in poconos and down to the 60s in ac now and that complements of cooler and drier air spilling in across the area
and dew points into the 50s and the lehigh valley along the i-95 corridor and muggy points south and east of city and this drier air will move south eastbound for you and overnight period. you'll wake up to much more comfortable conditions. to pick up that much needed rainfall on order of about half inch to inch in some places over the last 24 hours and pottstown close to inch and point pleasant .80" and on up the windows and great sleeping weather timely. 65 degrees overnight low. and beautiful day tomorrow. mostly sunny. less humid, 82 degrees with late-day clouds and take it all in because things go downhill as we head to the upcoming weekend and unfortunately time for made in america festival and we're keeping a close eye on the impacts of hermine could be dealing with periods of rain and gusty winds temperatures middle 70s sunday. hermine's current location right now really making starting to make landfall along the big ben region of the florida coastline south of
tallahassee. here hermine is starting to come on shore at this time as category one hurricane and will move along the coast as we head to the next several days and we have a tropical storm watch in effect for parts of our area. jersey coast and parts of delaware all throughout the weekend. so what affects we can see here along the coast potentially wind gusts to 60 miles an hour along the immediate coastline and heavy rainfall order of 3 to 5" throughout the event and high surf possibility of coastal flooding and dangerous rip current and possibility of moderate beach erosion as well. needless to say it's not going to be a great weekend down the shore. take projection of our future wind speeds and again this is one run of one particular model but it is showing us potential for sustained tropical storm force winds along the coot and we could see tropical storm gusts as far as west as the city and as far as as the lehigh valley and poconos non event for upcoming weekend and wind relax late day to labor day.
also dealing with rain throughout. you can see hermine moving through the coast into the day tomorrow and coming weekend dropping heavy rain along with. it again this is one run of one particular model but i like what it's project, 3 to 5" along the immediate coastline and southern and interior new jersey and parts of delaware, inch, inch and a half closer to city and minimal amounts to lehigh valley and poconos. enjoy the sunshine. high temperatures in the 70s. low humidity friday and leading into upcoming weekend. of course, stay tuned to the evolving forecast with a track of hurricane hermine. always making just ms in the national hurricane center issuing new tracks every three hours. if again you are having plans to be down the shore or have a home down the shore you want to take precautions right now as we head to the upcoming weekend for potential impacts. >> good heads up. thanks, lauren. >> what's up next in sports. >> eagles are undefeated. i know it's a preseason.
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the sideline. world champions in the house soulp ot sideline taking in the game showing off the trophy. teammate jake metz loving every minute of. it solid showing from dorial green-beckham. two catches and 31 yards before he took the rest of the night off and how about the guys trying to make the team for the jets, wide receiver robby anderson rookie from temple making a 44 yard touchdown there. and big start for eagles wide receiver paul turner. six catches for 66 yards and showing you the big play the 71-yard punt return for a touchdown and he needed to have a great game to get a job and he may have done just that.
>> and former penn stator christian hackenberg is under pressure. those a pick to ed reynolds he'll take that all the way back 9 0 yards and eagles win 14-6 preseason undefeated 4-0 here's coach doug pederson on paul turner's big night. >> he had a great training camp and great camp i told the guys after the game tonight you know how proud i was of all of them for the effort they put n his individual performance stood out. he had a big catch. he had the punt return tonight. he's done everything we asked him to do. he's making it hard on us and that's what i challenged all the young guys really to make it hard on m myself and howie and the personnel staff when we have to make these decisions by saturday, 4:00. so, yeah, he's put himself in a good position and we have to continue to evaluate and see how it shakes out. >> the eagles first regular season game sunday september 11
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