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that keep guns out of the hands of criminals and terrorists. true independence, and real guts. that's how pat toomey is helping us, keep you safe. senator pat toomey, the best choice to protect pennsylvania. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> the scene is set and the crowds are gathering at eakin's oval. philadelphia is preparing for a presidential visit. good afternoon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. president obama is scheduled to lands at philadelphia in less than an hour for a rally on the parkway. >> the president is on the campaign trail for hillary
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clinton, our greg argos live on eakin's oval where crowds have been gathering since early this morning, good afternoon, greg. >> reporter: good afternoon, jim and brooke. i can tell you pennsylvania has become battlegrounds state for this election, many high profile spearing ers have arrived to pennsylvania to philadelphia this afternoon we're expecting the president of the us himself, to stomp for hillary clinton here at eakin's oval. there are hundreds of people already gathered here right now, hundreds more waiting to get through security. >> ♪ >> hundreds already lining up at eakin's oval waiting for an event hours from now where president o'bauma is expected to stump for hillary clinton. >> i have never seen him before. and can i not wait. >> the ben franklin parkway transformed over night, in place, ready for the president, who is expected to focus his remarks on the economy and voter registration >> on everyone's mind hillary
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clinton's health and the candidate taking some time off from the campaign trail to recover, after being diagnosed with pneumonia. >> i know hillary is not here, and she needs to be home in bed. >> the security is incredibly tight for the president's visit. philadelphia police and the secret service shutting down the area ensuring every person here for the rally is screened. and takes payings is building, the president is expected to land here in philadelphia for the next hour or so, remarks scheduled for 1:15 this afternoon, liver here at eakin's oval, greg argos, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thanks so much, greg. well, candidate clinton was never scheduled to company the president to philadelphia. as greg mentions, she is taking break from the campaign trail, to recover from pneumonia. on sunday cell phone video caught clinton stumbling and being helped to her van by the secret service. she said she never passed out
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about did feel a bit busy. doctors told her on friday to rest for five days, but she thought she could get through it all. now campaign promise to release more of medical records, clinton said she didn't think it would be such a big deal. >> if it happened to you and you are a busy active person, you keep moving forward. and, you know, i think it is fair to say, anderson, that people know nor about me than almost anyone in public life. they have 40 years of my tax returns, detailed medical letter report. all kind of personal details. >> meanwhile, republican presidential candidate, donald trump, is campaigning today in iowa, tonight, he'll be in our area, trump will be holds ago event at the community center in aspen, delaware county beginning at clock 30, that event is closed to the public. and we are now counting down 55 days until americans vote -- go to the polls. stay with "eyewitness news" and go to cbs3 "eyewitness news" for campaign 2016.
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>> three bear sitings this morning, have left people in radnor township a little shaken this noon. >> well, "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon live in bryn mawr where one school has been placed on lockdown. good afternoon, rahel. >> reporter: good afternoon, brooke, jim, outside of ice on elementary. take a look behind me, you can sort of see the center of the activity this afternoon. you can see radnor township police car down there, also see if it is positive to zoom into those wooded areas you can see some officials out there. now, this is where a radnor township employee just told me that he came face-to-face with a bear. i asked him what it look like, he said appeared to be a juvenile. we take you now for an air val view to police activity in the wooded area as well as behind the school. radnor officials telling me within the last few weeks they have seen at least three to four police sitings reported by different neighbors in this area. that will township employee that i spoke to short time ago, again, when i asked him what it looked like he said it
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was a juvenile. this is how he said he end countered the bear. >> we didn't see anything. i saw guy caught g -- cutting grass, i said to the guy cutting grass don't go by the woods, there was bear siting. and couple minutes later i was just sitting here on my car, he popped out, just looked around, big field i guess, decided to turn around and went right back into the woods. >> now, according to radnor's website, it there has been increase in bears in pennsylvania in recent years, so we should expect more human contact with the bears, but again, as we heard from the township employee, the bear didn't seem too concerned with him. they do not appear to be inherently dangerous, meantime, iceon elementary school, just spoke with official, said the lockdown went into effect around 10:00 this morning, you can see, if we can take a look where the playgrounds is compared to the center of activity this morning where that employee saw the bear, that it is quite close.
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so it is very alarm alarming for officials, kiddos during recess being so close to where a bear was cited this morning, they tell me that the lockdown will probably stay in effect until dismissal today. radnor township police say they do expect to be here for dismissal to help parent out to make sure the kids get out of school safely. dow hope everything will be back to normal tomorrow. as far as the bear is concerned, i'm told the game commission will likely try to place a trap, they've not located the bear yet. they'll try to place a trap and hopefully safely get this bear out of this highly populated area. reporting in bryn mawr, rahel solomon, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> you're right, that seems pretty close. thanks for that information. police are searching for the suspect who they say opened fire on another man this morning in west philadelphia. chopper three right here over wyolucing just after 9:30 this morning. police say someone shot a 25 year old man four times including twice in the chest. that victim was returned to
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presbyterian hospital. he is listed in stable condition right now. former itt tech students are getting the chance to go back to school. >> they could be back in the classroom as soon as next month. all four locations of itt tech in our area closed earlier this month. all day today community college of philadelphia is inviting former students to meet with their admissions department, up until 5:00 tonight. ccp's fall term starts october 4th. the state of north carolina has been in hot water over their stance on same sex bathrooms. and this morning, it all boiled over. the ncaa has made the decision to pull seven championship events from the tar heels state. cbs news correspondent kenneth craig with the latest. >> reporter: ncaa says its decision to pull seven college championship events out of north carolina is direct result of house bill two, state law, that opponents say allows discrimination of lgbt people. >> fairness, and inclusion, are right at the heart of what the nca does, what
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universities do, and so for our university president this was the proverbial no brainer. >> house bill two requires trans gender people to use public bathrooms, corresponding to the sex on their birth certificate t also excludes gender identity and sexual orientation from anti-discrimination protection. state republicans called the ncaa decision on surrounded, and silly. >> i don't know what the ncaa, doing, but certainly not standing up for the privacy and safety of their athlete. if they were standing up for the privacy and safety of their athletes they could care far more about the women being raped by bail or football players. >> in july, the nba announced it was moving the 2017 all-star game from charlotte to new orleans because of the law. state democrats fear more fall-out. >> having the worse anti-lgbt law in the nation on the books is deadly. further north carolina economy, for tourism, and for our continued ability to host critical events like ncaa
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tournament games. >> the ncaa says it would decide on future tournaments early next year. kenneth craig, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". well, coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", olympic swimmer ryan lochte just can't shake it off whether it comes to controversy. >> excuse me, excuse me. >> we'll show you what all of the commotion was about as lochte makes his first appearance as a dancer. >> and cannons show up overnight in the historic district. more on the new attractions for senate, a clear difference. katie mcginty: for background checks, for banning assault weapons, and banning high-capacity ammunition clips. and pat toomey? against an assault weapons ban
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and against banning high capacity ammo clips like those used in the orlando massacre. listen to pat toomey brag: "i have had a perfect record with the nra." pat toomey gets an "a" from the nra. he's not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey. toomey voted to protect their special tax breaks. saving oil companies twenty-four billion dollars. and big oil polluters have given toomey seven hundred thousand dollars in campaign contributions. tax breaks for them. campaign contributions for him. pat toomey. he's helping big oil polluters and millionaires. not the rest of us. lcv victory fund is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting... but after this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists - and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole.
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j there is a new landmark in olds sit that i wasn't there yesterday. five cannons were installed overnight in the outdoor plaza of philadelphia's new museum of the american revolution. and these cannons actually saw action during the revolutionary war. museum at third and chestnut. outdoor plaza opens this thursday, although the museum itself opens in april. >> and our favorite ladies from cbs the talk are celebrating their seventh season. all this week the hoses will be sharing behind the scenes moments, and revealing the answer to some of the biggest questions fans have always wondered about. >> i spoke with them about the premiere week, asked them which celebrity celebrity guests were looking forwards to speaking with. >> definitely meg ryan. i think i'm real excited. i love her movies and she's going to common and talk about a movie that she directed.
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>> yes, this is her directorial debut. she is also in it. tom hanks is also in it, love seeing those two in film. >> and congratulations, tom hanks. >> and kaylee cocoa is coming on this week, talking about, you know, big bang moving to monday nights on cbs. see what she did this summer, see what she can tell us of the new season. >> probably will reveal something there. best part for me the game show. we have five game shows this week, that are account of what do you say crafted around each post. >> well sounds exciting. seven seasons, julie, what's the secret to the success? it just seems like yesterday. >> wow, i would say the chemistry with us five women, and beyond the table, the team is like a family. the story producers, you know, the guest producers, guest
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bookers, and most of all, our audience, our live audience come to live as the sixth person at the table and the people at home weighing in with their thoughts, whether or not they send them in via their mobile device or just screaming at the television. but i think, i think it is just chemistry. >> chemistry. >> we don't take ourselves too seriously. >> that's right. >> people's choice away, emmy award, ncaa award, people will recognize we generally care about ourselves and the audience, so much so, $750,000 worth of prizes, give aways,. >> cars. >> that's the cool part. i quit. i quit. >> you can catch all of the excitement of premiere week on the talk, the show air weekdays of course at
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2:00 right here on cbs-3. still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> see what happens when jim and cbs-3's meisha johnson head out to the grocery store in the middle of the work day together. it is all for a good cause. >> i hear she is very competitive. so i highly anticipate this story. folks, dealing with heat, humidity on the way, not here yet, so very comfortable outside. will feel like the height of sum another days ahead, but only briefly. full forecast for you on when it comes to risking social sepat toomey wrote the book. .. "i'm...i've got a whole chapter in my book where i... specifically lay out how i think we should... reform social security." toomey's plan requires wall street and bankers to manage...
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welcome back everyone, we have live picture now of president obama, he'll be leaving washington, d.c. from joint base andrews in maryland, headed to philadelphia, today, where he will be campaigning as we
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mentioned for hillary clinton at eakin's oval, by the art museum, expected here in a little bit more than an hour, and of course we will be following all of the details today on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 and at 6:00 and the president from what i understanded is on the chopper, we're just awaiting his exit from the chopper. >> it will be a quick flight. once he finally gets on the plane. >> should. >> let's move on here. if you were watching last night's live telecast, dancing with the stars, you probably heard an off-camera commotion. >> excuse me? hey, back off. >> what you didn't see was two men wearing anti-lochte t-shirts rushing the stage after the olympic swimmer's performance. this is actually cell phone video of someone in the audience. security detained these two people until police took them into custody. of course lochte has been criticized claiming he and three teammates were robbed at a gas station in rio, rio police say he lied, either
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way, he had this to say after the dancing incident. >> a little hurt. but, you know, he came out here, i wanted to do something that i'm completely not comfortable with. and i d and i came out here with a big smile. and i have the best dance partner. >> lochte's police say, two men arrested on sus pigs of criminal trespass. >> he has dark cloud hanging over him. speaking of dark clouds. >> aren't many. we may see shower or thunderstorm, got a front moving through, that's really the next best chance for any wet weather, but up until that point really nice outside. there are couple of puffy white clouds out there. but otherwise, we've just got really nice weather unfolding for you. tan does appear as though we will see little roller coaster take place here, very come on this month of the year. we are in transition, trying to get out of summer, get into fall. and you know you will a lot of times see extremes out there. let's go ahead, take it outside to actually some statistical information. frankly we could use the rain
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at this point. the last day that we actually had measurable rain was september 1st. that's when, or rather, so far this month, we've only had just shy of half inch of rainfall to actually report. that is at philadelphia international airport. so it has been somewhat of a dry month, thus far anyway. don't see any deluge type rainfall coming our way. any time super soon. so, again, we're not in a dire status right now, but we could use the rain, that's really it. storm scan3 pretty quiet, nice area of high pressure locked in place, we do have area or rather a frontal boundery more specifically and eventually it will be crossing through our region tomorrow night specifically. but i have to tell you even this looks as though the brunt of the moisture will bypass us to the north here. take a look what happens in future weather. so, starting to moisten up the atmosphere first and for most. tomorrow does turn steamier, hotter day, see that in the seven day, but here is the next chance for rain. notice heaviest moisture, i mean, way removed, all the way up toward maine, atlantic canada, we might see couple of showers or thunderstorms out of this. even over the course of time, see how things fizzle out?
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you go from seven p.m. to 10:00 p.m. might be shower or storm in a few spots. otherwise a lot of you might not see drop of rainout of this mainly tomorrow evening, tomorrow overnight. then by thursday high pressure back in place for couple of days. meanwhile we turn the focus to the tropics. tropical storm ian has been swarmed, if you missed that memo. meanwhile does not appear at this point like this storm will have any kind of direct threat to land. so, bermuda in the clear, atlantic canada in the cure, definitely good news, we will keep you posted if that should change, but the update we like to give if you things are brewing in the tropics. no clouds in the sky. beautiful live picture outside middle township high school cape may courthouse currently 73 degrees. little warmer everywhere else. almost like 78 through 80, magic number, the magic range that we have across the board right now, slightly cooler but still very comfortable at mount pocono, currently at 70, do expect we'll tack few additional degrees on for the daytime high. eighty-four in the sunshine for the rest of the day, tomorrow though again it get hotter, more humid, tomorrow night is when we see that shower or thunderstorm,
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chances, and look at the drop off. we drop solid 12 degrees or so. and it is feeling a lot more like fall for thursday and friday. >> looks great. >> a lot more like fall. >> well, in honor of hunger action month, partner with philabundance for supermarket challenge today. cbs-3 "eyewitness news", shoprite in south philly where meisha johnson and i were among the teams with the challenge. each team given $1,000.30 minute to gather and purchase as much non-perishable items as possible. >> shoprite is an excellent partner and "hard rock cafe" raising $10,000 means 10,000 meals will be going out to the community members. and those are in needed to. so it mean so much. >> now, all of the items will be delivered to fill abundance, given to those in need. >> and was that you in a shopping cart. >> i was in the shop cart. toyed monitor the situation from inside the cart with my clipboard. >> you needed to stretch out after that. >> meisha pushing me away, oh,
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boy, we'll make a turn smear. >> yes. >> i like. that will got to make room down the lane. >> we'll be right the real story on pat toomey. on background checks for gun buyers... toomey has shown the courage few others have... toomey steps up on checks... toomey is on the right side... state leaders should follow toomey lead. no wonder leading pennsylvania police organizations endorse pat toomey
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coming up later today on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 do you have a plan for your pets after you pass away? what if you become disable? we have some options you may want to think about. and that's today at 5:00. meanwhile, two more americans have been named to the national indoor sky diving
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team. >> they're headed to the sports world cup. take a look at this. fans of indoor sky diving call it exhilarating and dick tiff. sky divers float around in 11 different events that you can't do on the ground. more sky divers will be named to the team after this week's competition in texas, the world cup competition is in poland, next month. >> oh, my. >> sign me up. >> real. >> i i love to do that. >> just as long as you don't eat lunch beforehand. >> would you do that? >> i'm on the fence with this one. >> you can't drop that far. well, that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. for all of us here thanks for watching. >> the logic, jim, that's right. and i'm katie fehlinger. "eyewitness"eyewitness news" cot 5:00. we're always line for you at >> ♪ >> ♪ pat toomey started his career as an investment banker.
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then, a wall street wheeler-dealer, overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making the risky investments that wrecked our economy. pat toomey. he's for wall street. not us senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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i know more about isis then the apprgenerals do. age. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey. toomey voted to protect their special tax breaks. saving oil companies twenty-four billion dollars. and big oil polluters have given toomey seven hundred thousand dollars in campaign contributions. tax breaks for them. campaign contributions for him. pat toomey. he's helping big oil polluters and millionaires. not the rest of us. lcv victory fund is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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>> chloe: well, it's nice that you came by. i assume that you're looking for chelsea. >> nick: yeah. i thought i'd try and take her and connor to the park, you know, maybe get them outside for a little bit. >> chloe: oh, that's sweet, but connor's spending the day with bella and me, so... >> nick: oh. okay. where's chelsea? >> chloe: oh, well, she couldn't handle looking at all of the lilies and accepting all the condolence phone calls, so she went to the studio. >> nick: she went back to work already? seriously, chloe? >> chloe: i'm sorry. was i supposed to stop her? >> nick: well, did you try? chelsea needs to be focusing on herself right now, not rushing back to the office. >> chloe: no offense, nick, but i think i know my best friend a little better than you do, and what she needs right now is to let go of the past, remind herself that there is a life without adam.


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