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"eyewitness news" at noon begins with breaking news, a suspect wanted in connection, with the shooting death of an eight year old camden girl is now in police custody. authorities have track down the man, wanted in tennessee, after a nearly month long search. good afternoon everyone i'm jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. lets get to "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan, who is live in camden with the breaking
developments, cleve. >> reporter: brooke, we're awaiting a news conference any minute now with the chief from camden police. we could hear from the fbi and camden county prosecutor's office, since little gabriel hill carter was shot almost exactly one month ago police have made finding her killer their top righter, and there is a sense of relief that tyhan brownies now behind bars. this all happened back on august 24th, little eight year-old gabriel was riding her bike in front of her home on south eighth street. she as shot in the head and then later died, two days later. search led to the largest cash reward in the cities history, $76,000, and it led to the arrest of two women police say hampered their investigation by providing false alibis including brown's own mother, shekia lamb. tyhan brown was arrested in tennessee staying with the relative there. u.s. marshall fugitive task force was able to capture brown. he is charged with first degree murder and gabriel hill carter's death. he is held in scale in
tennessee awaiting a extradition here. we do expect to hear any minute now from the police chief here in camden and we will have more details later this afternoon. live from camden, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". police in yeadon delaware county continue their investigation in the the death of the woman earlier this week, but, they are no longer, calling her former boyfriend, a person of interest. police say 35 year-old mark epps was interviewed late last night, investigators say they have developed new leads regarding other persons of interest in the murder of natasha gibson. police released new surveillance individual row that could can tane a image of her killer. in other news police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in tulsa, oklahoma has turn herself in, to face a manslaughter charge. district attorney said officer best i shelby reacted unreasonablely when she shot and killed terence croucher. correspondent manual, tells us why the slain man's family says, they hey never see justice even though the officer has been charged.
>> reporter: tulsa officer betty shelby turn herself into police, less than a week after she shot and killed terence croucher. >> shots fired report. >> each of our at end of the our days will have to account for our own action. >> reporter: shelby is accused of unlawfully and unnecessarily shooting croucher following his refusal to comply her lawful order. prosecutors say that the defendant's fear resulted in her unreasonable actions. croucher's between sister is grateful for the decision but says it is just in the enough. >> we know this history of of these cases. we know, she's been charged, and then we will get in convictions. we're dehanding full prosecution. >> reporter: shelby was responding to a call when she encountered kutcher's abandon vehicle, video from the police helicopter shows croucher walking toward his suv hand in the air. >> that guy still walking. >> reporter: according to an affidavit filed thursday croucher was not responding to
any of officer commands to stopped and reached in the driver's side trent window but lawyers for croucher's family says images show that window was up. >> the prosecutor, brought the case that he felt he could get a conviction on. so we will hold him to that standard. >> reporter: shelby faces a minimum of four years in prison, if convicted, the funeral for terence croucher is scheduled for tomorrow. manual, for cbs news, tulsa. meanwhile this other news authorities in charlotte, north carolina say midnight to 6:00 a.m. curfew will remain in effect until state of emergency is lifted. police moved in on demonstrators near interstate highway shortly before last night's mandatory curfew took effect. law enforcement used tear gas and push, them off of the highway, the demonstrators are demanding release of the police video of the confrontation between officers and keith lemont scott killed this week. investigators in burlington county are trying to figure out what caused a
deadly accident earlier this morning. one woman was kill in the crash in west front street and woodlawn avenue in florence township just before 2:30 this morning. a man driving the car was rushed to a trenton hospital in serious condition. police say it appears that the victim's were in their 20's but their identities have this is been released. philadelphia has installed its first two-way protect bike lane, this morning mayor kenney talk about efforts being made to keep bikers safer on the roads. >> we are looking forward to bringing many more bike lanes to the city, during this administration, and, its nice to see that, even though it has been about nine months since it has been in office we are beginning to make good the promise that were made during the campaign, to make our streets more accessible and available and safe to everyone and every mode of traffic, and travels. >> the two-way lane on ryan avenue in northeast philadelphia separates cars from cyclist, bike lane is near penny pack park and spans between lexington and roland
avenues. there will be a big difference this weekend in center city. many streets will be traffic free. >> 10 miles of the road will be closed to traffic so everyone can walk, run, bike without worrying about cars. the streets will be lined with activities the remoting a healthy lifestyle, but heads up, there are parking restrictions and the ticketing and towing starts at 3:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. and here's a look at the philly free streets area, south street will be closed, between front street and the schuylkill trail, and mlk drive will be closed to the falls bridge and all roads this fair hunt arc near please touch museum will be all shut down. it looks like, it is going to be a good weekend for it. >> as we head into the first fall weekend, it the is feeling more like summer. the lets get a first look at temperatures with meteorologist katie fehlinger live on the sunny cbs-3 sky deck, katie. >> it is a very warm beginning to the afternoon, nothing but bright sunshine currently overhead, even at the shore where we start off with more cloud then anything because we have had a chance to clear
out, courtesy of that sun scouring out, any cloud cover that may have been left over, but, it is a warm, afternoon, for sure, and if those of you who may have been, kind of hanging on to summer for one last gasp you are worried about this heating away we have one last afternoon as we are flirting with 90's later this afternoon. the let look at storm scan which at the moment is, devoid of any kind of stormy weather. you can see cloud rolling through in recent hours that is the beginning of the next cold front, passage and that comes later tonight, that is what actually brings about such a significant change in the thermometer readings in the days ahead but for now it is still very warm and as a result, another feature that you will see a lot of times in the the summertime forecast is is this, air quality alert posted for sensitive groups. if you tall in the category of children, elderly or respiratory illness, but is there an air quality alert posted for counties shaded in the gray. southeastern pa as well as state the of tell way wear and spilling in maryland for that
hatter. area temperatures are warm. we normally top off at 76 in the city. we are just getting in the afternoon hours. so we have got wherewithal to spike another 10 degrees, we think at philly international. so we will see how we to but regardless many locations already in the 80's and cracking into that, mean that it will feel very warm as we head out the door here today. 888 is what we're expecting for that day time height. upper 70's at the shore and mountains. really nice afternoon. it is just way warmer then average, and again, that is a trend that will be go by the way side already by tomorrow, and then in the meantime, ebb joy the warmth as you are a big fan of it. i have to say it does feel good out here, right thousand. >> thanks very much, katie. coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> donald trump turnout in delaware county. all this as both hillary clinton and trump prepare for their biggest event yet of the campaign. be prepared to wait on tickets to the nation's new museum, we will wait and have a preview of tomorrow's big opening in washington d.c. stay right w
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trail preparing for hon night's debate. >> last night donald trump made his second stop in aston delaware county. the republican presidential nom behind they spoke to a crowd of about 4,000 people, and he talk about security, saying he would work with police not against them. he also promised to fix what he calls, broken, unfair interest the national trade deals, and bring manufacturing jobs back to the pennsylvania
area. >> my economic agenda can be summed up in three very beautiful words: jobs, jobs, jobs. >> earlier in the the day trump visited geno's steaks in south philadelphia. he shook hand with customers and employees and he ordered ten cheese steaks. on the democratic side vice-president nominee tim kaine is in houston within the hour he and tell i can congress woman sheila jackson lee campaign at the communications workers union event. presidential candidate hillary clinton will attend opening of the smithsonian african-american museum in washington d.c. tomorrow, in her off hours, clinton says she's preparing for monday's debate. clinton and donald trump will face off in the first presidential debate monday night at hofstra university. it starts at 9:00 and you can watch it right here on cbs-3. also "eyewitness news" anchor jessica dean is heading to insuring to cover every angle of the debate. her live reports begin monday
on "eyewitness news" at 5:00. as we just mentioned new smithsonian african-american museum of history and culture is about to open this washington d.c. >> can you believe, interest is so high tickets are taken until november. there is, in shortage of people who want to work at the museum. cbs reporter justin finch takes us inside to meet the staff and volunteers who are excited to finally welcome museum visitors. >> reporter: alice bonner's journey to welcome visitors to the new national museum of museum of history and culture will be long but you worth it. >> it will be, overwhelming, it will be validating. >> reporter: now 67, she grew up attending virginia segregated schools. >> you just feel invisible, you feel that your history doesn't matter. >> reporter: for bonner and many more this hugh seem has been a lifetime in the headaching. >> as a kid growing up here in d.c. we see museums but to
have one that will tell your story, from your perspective, it is exciting. >> reporter: for assistant joslin imani a labor of love. she is researching some of the museum's 3,000 artifacts from slavery to the present day. >> all of the people that sacrificed, and that worked, and that conspired to get us here but this building, the other peoples story that we tell, it is at a level you if you think bit. >> reporter: thousands of untold stories soon to be known museum officials hope visitors will be moved as well of all walks of life. museum has had, and they have to stop taking this applications. they count 200 on staff and some 300 role tears and this saturday president obama will dedicate 540 million-dollar, 400,000 square foot the museum. in the sat center i'm justin finch, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well still ahead, on
"eyewitness news", eagles nation firing up sunday's game. >> we will see hoe you can get on the wentz wagon this sunday. really there is a wentz wagon, katie. as we look ahead to the weekend and how it will play out for you tailgaters hitting the link here on sunday, it looks good, if you have been craving that fall-like weather we have it coming up for you, take a look at these temperatures from the poconos to the city and down to the shore, we will go for, well, 60's in the poconos, but a little bit more of dramatic drop off in the city where we struggled to just hit 70 come sunday. so real taste of fall coming your way, time and dress in layers follow accounts, fall is here and that will continue in the rest of the forecast which will have on the other side.
cbs-3. >> the steelers led by pro bowl quarterback ben roethlisberger who leads nfl in touchdown passes through this season's first two games. steelers also have antonio brown, who has more than 250 catches over the past two seasons. he is a tough player to cover. but, the eagles have given up zero touchdown passes so far this season. >> it is going to be huge, hand. we got them here at home, which will help. i know crowd will be into it. that is why we needy fence i havely. we have to play eagles ball. we should be fine if we do that. >> don't forget we are your home for the eagles football, we are, we're home for eagles football this sunday. kick off at 4:25 right here on cbs-3. mr. the game we will get you set with toyota sunday kick off at 11:30. so are you on the wentz wagon? >> well, you can literally hop on board sunday afternoon. check this out it will be at wip tailgate zone on the 11th street side of the wells fargo
center right across from the link. >> i would drive it the through the streets of downtown philadelphia if i could. our tori woodill will be there long side wip's sludge, lots of excitement for sunday's game. can you see me with the hat on. >> absolutely, just like the horse. >> do we need sound effects. >> yes. >> i don't know that is just on the morning show. >> okay. >> yes. >> first time, yes. >> okay. >> i will say, really glad pittsburgh is here, rather than us having to be out there. >> yes. >> because we all know it is what steel country is like, they are big fans out there. we have got great weather coming up. we know that sunday will be a awesome day because weather will cooperate so nicely and it is perfect, perfect tailgating weather. we know our bird will win. come on who are we kidding. i want to show you outside on storm scan and we have mention that had cold front throughout the show already. there it is, it is kind of lackluster not very i am rest
i have, i will say that but sometimes having less than impressive cold front is a good thing. i would say it is because we will eke out, generally dry night when this crosses through, bulk of the the moisture far removed off to the thort, it is even fizzling out across upstate new york. so very, very far removed from the main energy. as a result we will see clouds build in overtime here. take a look, this is most we could fine on future weather in the form of any wet weather. philly you are fine, the entire delaware rally stays dry out of this, when front does cross it will bring in a few more clouds but maybe poconos, maybe lehigh valley or north jersey end up with something. now, come tomorrow, clouds will be breaking for sunshine. it is breezy in wake of this front. certainly the main legacy that this front leaves behind is the cool down that comes in its wake. you will see that in the seven day. look at how clear it becomes even through 4:00 p.m. on sunday and beyond that point i might add. you will probably not the see a cloud in the sky on sunday. so perfect, perfect day for
tailgaters, although you will want to dress in layers. you'll see. very quickly we will check on the tropics though, we do have karl still sitting and spinning out here and just barely clipping bermuda, so that is going to be a concern for that island here, over the course of the next 24 hours. it is still a tropical storm but it may actually upgrade to a hurricane as it is bypassing that region. tropical storm lisa also still out there, no threat to land or property, certainly not our coastline. meanwhile here it is, karl, take a look as it goes off to the north east here that is saturday morning. tomorrow morning it likely bypasses bermuda as a hurricane and maintain that the status as it stays well out to sea. tropics are active for sure. one thing that is not and i'm bumped bit, as i was looking and setting it up for this show there was a hot bed of activity on the playground. kids were out for recess, beautiful outside, however they have all gone back in. but with that said it is nice afternoon and pretty shot outside whitefield elementary
school. dew points are getting up there in the 07's in dover and wildwood. starting to feel muggy. here in philadelphia it feels hot at least that is my gauge for having been on the sky deck but regardless those dew points will climb a little bit before it is all said and done look at the that eagles forecast, um, love it, lots of sunshine. barely a breeze. sixty-seven. nothing but clear skies, and take a look at these temperatures, guys in the seven day. we will see a dramatic drop already by tomorrow, and then sunday is coolest one of the pack. frankly one of the prettiest days we will see in the next seven days. overall a nice forecast. >> looking good. >> thanks. >> thanks, katie.
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last look at weather. >> yes, it looks great, something for everybody, we have summertime heat out there this afternoon and then it starts getting cooler by tomorrow. so we go from the upper 80's this afternoon to the mid 70's come tomorrow to just bear liz cracking 70 on sunday and modest rebound up next week. there is a new front that moves in as early as tuesday so we are allowing for a shower but up until then this next front coming through dry tonight. we are rain free for days. >> you are like mcguyver you rigged a great forecast for us. thanks very much. that is "eyewitness news" at noon aim jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. for all of us here thanks for watching. >> i'm katie fehlinger. e witness news continuing at 5:00. we are always on line at cbs philly.com. >> the young and restless is up next.
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