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eight year-old gabriel carter was shot right here by her home on eighth street. police say since that time it is no exaggeration they have had somebody working on this case around the clock and now they say they have at least one of the people, responsible, in their custody. they say that 18 year-old tyhan brown from camden is now in jail, after he was hiding out with a relative in tennessee. august 24th, little eight year-old gabriel was shot in the head during what police believe was a gang related incident. police say early on they had a hint brown was involved but a record $76,000 reward didn't help them much, to get any information about his whereabouts. they say that brown's mother and girlfriend were arrested this past week for allegedly hindering investigation by providing false alibis. tyhan brown was arrested in clarksville, tennessee this morning by the u.s. marshals fugitive task force. police and community hope this is first of several arrest toss hold people responsible for little gabby's death. >> i'm just so happy, so filled and thrilled as a
mother, parent, family friend and as a neighbor. i will just say thank you jesus, for real. >> they have been hiding under a rock where they belong for quite sometime at least for the last almost month and it is only a math other have time until we flip that rock over. >> reporter: police sent their investigators down to tennessee to begin the extradition process for brown, no timetable whole they will be back here in camden but he will ab rained on murder charges n camden, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". now take a look at this surveillance video yeadon police are looking for this man as a new person of interest in connection with the gruesome murder of three two-year old natasha gibson. yesterday a family friend found her lying outside of his home with her throat slashed, investigators say they interviewed her former boyfriend mark epps, last night, and had cleared him. philadelphia police make two arrests in the deadly shooting of a father in germantown, one suspect is identified as 19 year-old man
who has not yet released the other suspect's name. shooting happened, in july, on the 4900 block of germantown avenue. police say 25 year-old alsherry ford was caught the in the cross fire of the gunfight while driving with his three-year old daughter in the the car. he later died at the hospital. little girl was unharmed. we're if thing a look tonight at video of the fatal shooting of keith keith scott by charlotte police. you may find this video disturbing. >> don't you do that. >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him. did you shoot him? he better not be dead. >> that is a portion of the video and voice you hear is scott's wife, she receipt petely told officers scott did the not have a gun. officers can be heard telling scott to drop a gun. after the gun shot scott can be seen lying face down on the ground. "cbs evening news" will have more coming upright after us
tonight at 6:30. victim of the hit and run in philadelphia's fair hill neighborhood has died, domingo menendez was hit at second and allegheny. he was rushed to temple university hospital in critical condition. police say driver who hit menendez, kenneth bauer junior was under the influence. stadium showdown continues for temple university. temple football team taking on the university of north carolina charlotte tomorrow during their home coming game at lincoln financial field. as "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon explains some protesters on campus today want to make sure that the linc is where their football games stay. >> at temple university alumni prior to return to campus for home coming weekend another issue returns to campus as well friday afternoon community leaders and group's stadium stoppers protested the university's proposal for building of an on campus football stadium. >> we do not intend to have a stadium, in our neighborhood.
let's be real clear. >> reporter: group says stadium will worsen quality of life with neighbors with issues like parking, traffic, litter, and noise. university says they are taking those concerns into account. according to the school, money needed for 35,000 seat stadium is built, would come from fund raising and other sources adding the stadium would save school money in the long run. right now temple pays three million-dollar a year to use lincoln financial field for home games some say is also inconvenient. >> it is far away, and it was kind of far. >> reporter: philadelphia city council would ultimately have to have okay proposal but has said neighbors must be considered and consulted. at this point it is still unclear what compromise can be reached. >> basically, they are saying that the stadium is going to be built, that it is their position and we are adamant in our position. >> reporter: some students however say in the meantime no matter where the games are played they will be there. >> i want to support them and if that means taking the subway to south philadelphia
to support them or just walking a few blocks to on stadium stadium i will support them where ever they play. >> reporter: representatives for temple board of trustees says there is not even a time line for completion of the feasibility study. it is still very early stages. but organizers i spoke to with stadium stoppers say they will be here every step of the way. reporting from temple university, rahel will solomon for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". after a warm start to fall, we are in for a cool down. meade role goodies kate bilo is outside on the skies deck to tell us what to expect, kate. >> i cannot believe i will need to break out jacket this weekend because it is so warm and even sweaty out here right now. it the is a beautiful evening. the sunnies shining. a great sunset is just beginning over the city of philadelphia but big changes are on the way as cold front comes through tonight. lets take a look what to expect as we move ahead we will start with the recap of today, we will hit the a high of 89 degrees, today, and the average high is 76. that means 13 degrees above
average, and almost to the record, record was 97, we got less than 10 degrees shy of that record which was set just like yesterday's record in 1895. storm scan three though shows the change. you can see the front, rain over nova scotia front extend out from that over portions of new york state. that is where showers are right now. it is a slow progression with that front that will cross at year overnight into tomorrow morning but it will not have moisture maybe just a stray shower especially in the northern suburbs. in the meantime we will trim back this heat, quite considerably, it is 87 degrees in philadelphia right now. eighty-five in allentown. seventy-six in mount pocono. watch what happens help we zoom to the north, and look at that cool air only in the 50's, in buffalo anal ban i, and that cool air is heading our way, coming up just how cool it will be this weekend and how long it will last and when we're tracking some rain, returning to the forecast, that is coming up in just a few minutes, back over to you. >> there is a happy end to go a story we first told but in december, lily, the bald eagle has been released, back into
the wild. you may remember bird was found in very bad shape in a new jersey backyard. it had been shot, suffering from nerve damage and lead poisoning. but after months of treatment, and care, at the raptor trust, lily was finally cleared to fly once again. campaign 2016 a war hero joins pennsylvania senator pat toomey on the trail in delaware county today. arizona senator john mccain stumped for republican date at follow come veterans of foreign war post in north wales. two discussed national security and veterans issues. mccain praised toomey as an important alley who needs to win reelection. >> i'm very happy to be here because i believe in this man and i'd like to say seriously we once had a senator from arizona who was there for a long time and he said in the senate we have two kind of senators. work horses and show horses. i'm telling you you have a
work horse in pat toomey. >> mccain also praised toomey for working to reform the department of veterans affairs. toomey is lock in the tough race with democratic candidate katie mcginty she campaigned in pittsburgh today. mcginty told support their toomey should stand up for constituents not big bankers. mcginty is former chief of staff for pennsylvania governor tom wolf. i'll be at new york's hofstra university for monday's presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. look for my live reports on "eyewitness news" starting at 5:00 o'clock. new national museum of after rick kaine american history and culture on the the national natural opens up its doors to the public tomorrow 36,789,000 artifacts will be on display, some so large they had to build museum around them, like this, segregation era railcar, and a guard tower from a notorious louisiana prison. the visitor encouraged to start with an exhibit on slavery in the u.s. which displays shackles, a slave cabin and harriet tubman's
shaw. on his recent visit to philadelphia to receive the liberty medal i spoke with congressman john lou hoist spent 15 years fighting for the museum's creation. >> it was a wonderful place, you have to be prepared to smile, on one hand and on the other hand you must be prepared to cry. it will tell the story, the whole story of america from the days of slavery to the present. >> president obama will be on hand tomorrow for opening and there will be a music festival to celebrate tomorrow night. well, south jersey woman has donated very special items to the the museum. she will there been tomorrow. >> she spoke with "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff. >> we're ready to go. >> we're ready to go. >> reporter: janet galloway is d.c. bound where she has been invited to be in the company of the president obama's dedicates the brand new national museum of african-american history.
>> she was special. >> reporter: in 1977, janet, who lives in collinswood got a call to be at her grandmother's dying bedside back in her hometown of make on, georgia. >> she kissed me and she cried and then she said i want you to go look in the hallway in the trunk and there is a secret compartment in there. >> inside janet found three pieces of clothing, a skirt, tunick and a shaw. >> she said those were my mother, motheres, grandmother's, mother's, clothes that they had as slaves. i said wow. she said, i want you to have them. >> reporter: her late son had an idea, about a decade ago he put up pictures of the clothing on line, and got the attention of a smithsonian curator who authenticated items and asked if they could be displayed in the new museum. it turns out clothing belonged to a family member an early slave. >> all that clothing they had to have it.
>> so beautiful. >> yes. >> reporter: last weekend janet got a preview of the the museum and her family's permanent clothing display, and in that moment she realize used her grandmother had chosen her to give them to. >> i said this is why they are here, this is freedom, this is their resting place. >> reporter: in collinswood, alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> what a journey. >> remarkable. still to come on "eyewitness news" forget boots, a new type of arcing enforcement is getting drivers attention, find out the how it works and how it can be removed without using any tools. plus a local accordion shop says business is booming, why the instrument is flying off the shelves in our area leslie. well, eagles get a major upgrade in competition sunday at the link so how will bird deal with the steelers ben roethlisberger, brandon graham will tell us later in sports.
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cups, and the only way to get this off is to pay the fine. drivers can pay over the phone and enter a code on the bar's key pad. device will release and the driver drops it off within 24 hours to a predetermined location. >> um-hmm. >> the barnacle was invent by a drexel graduate named kevin dougherty. >> interesting. >> very much so. >> philadelphia now has its first, to second way protect bike lane. >> it spans between lexington and role and avenue. this is an effort to keep cyclist safer on the road. >> 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 we have been in office, we're beginning to make good the promises that were made during the campaign. >> two-way bicycle lanes include new striping, painted bike symbols and signs to clearly up kate where cyclist should ride. leave it or not, an
accordion appears to be making a come back and it is apparently a sign of the season. john mcdevitt of our sister station kyw news radio visited a shop in queen village where the entire store centers around the squeeze box and we are told business is booming. >> ♪ >> they were rocking their leader hose inside liberty, in the 600 block of south second street. the busy time of the year for accordion shop with october fest underway. hundreds of accordions on display ranging from a few hundred dollars to more than $10,000. >> i started business, myself, and ever since we have been, selling thousands of accordions. >> but he has been buying/selling accordions around the world thanks to the internet for about 12 years. >> we have got piano, concertinos, fun boxes, we have got, you know, anything accordion related, straps, cases, everything but every accordion is different. they are like snow flakes.
each one has its own personality, own sound. >> reporter: repairs are made and they buy and bread instruments too. >> liberty bellos offers lessons too by way of the internet, skype and old fashion way, right here in the shop. >> okay, john ready for your first lesson but we forgot one thing. >> right. >> here we go. >> ♪ >> celebrities have been known to do business with liberty bellos, bruce springsteen's band members, have purchased an accordion a piece from the shop, when went on tour in philadelphia earlier this month. john mcdevitt for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". look at john, with his skills. >> i'm thinking of the lawrence welk. >> yes. >> from back in the day. >> yes. >> you ever play sound of music when they did that. >> yes, indeed. >> that one note really
nicely. >> yes. >> that was good. >> that was good. >> nice fall weather coming in. >> great fall weather. this is kind of weather i have been dreaming about for weeks, just so hot, love summer, can't say enough nice things about summer but it has been a hot summer. we have had so many days in the 90's that stretch in august hottest ever in philadelphia. and we're on track for a top ten hot september, even, with this cool down for the last week of the month. it has just been really unbearable for a few days here and there but now things are changing and cool air is moving in. lets take a look what is going on outside looking at that deep blue skies what a beautiful evening in philadelphia despite the fact that it is warm, 13 degrees above average today, it is gorgeous, humidity not too bad. dew points in the upper 50's or so. doesn't feel too bad. certainly once that sun goes down it will cool off nicely. the beautiful friday night to be walking around. it may be last night out and about in the city for a while we we don't need life jacket or sweater. head out in short sleeves or
sleeve less and for most of the night be comfortable. the not the case as you will see this weekend. storm scan three shows our front, you can see most of the moisture will stay east of us, north east of us, producing showers right around albany area they will head toward boston. i don't think that front produces much if anything for us maybe a stray shower late around midnight in the poconos, possibly a syringe will further south overnight or early saturday morning but for the most part we will get that front out of here quickly during the date tomorrow. start the day with cloud, sunshine in the afternoon and highs in the 70's. high pressure planted overhead on sunday, chilly tart to the day, and then pleasant in the afternoon with a high right around 07 and lots of sun. monday looks like a nice day, cloud may start to increase late monday as this front approaches, does look like this front will hold off until tuesday, these can always speed up, i wouldn't be shocked if monday afternoon turns out cloudy, and we will keep an eye on that but as far as how it will feel in the not bad range with dew points in the 50's, we will cut them down to the 40's tomorrow afternoon. sunday dew points in the 30's,
a major, major cool down and much dryer eras well. jump ahead to sunday morning when you wake up sunday morning heading out and about kid sporting event or tailgate early for eagles, bring jacket, 51 sunday morning in philly. forty-four in allentown. just 42 degrees sunday morning in reading. speaking on have that eagles forecast it looks pretty good. let's break it down day part by day part, tailgating 65 degrees, and if it the is early morning, expect it to be cooler. kick off right around 70 high for the day and then by end of the the game we are down to temperatures in the 60's again. overnight partly cloudy, just that stray sprinkle, down the shore this weekend morning clouds tomorrow breaking for some sun, sunday and monday looking fantastic and the seven day forecast looks pretty good as well, sunday probably the best day, sun to clouds and we have a threat for rain tuesday but late next week again looks beautiful. sunny mid 70's. what a great stretch. >> isn't it though. >> thanks, kate. >> leslie up next with sports.
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tightened zach ertz and mckelvin will in the play. doug pederson hopes to have them back after the bye week. sunday eagles defense will play the toughest opponent of the season, steelers offense led by four time pro bowler and two time champion ben roethlisberger. big ben has thrown six touchdowns in the steelers first two games. >> a real good quarterback, you know what i'm saying. basically, you know, that is who they look up to. we have to get to him. if we get to him, everything kind of, settles itself. >> well, here's line up this sunday on cbs-3 at is 11:30 we will get you ready for toyota sunday kick off and at noon nfl to take that will be followed by broncos at bengals. 4:25 the big game steelers/eagles live from the link. we will wrap up the action after midnight on the hyundai sports zone. well to day in camden...
>> yes, the sixers new training facility, 125,000 square foot building is largest practice facility in the entire league along with practice courts, weight room and brand new locker room. team will move their corporate headquarters into that building. training camp starts on tuesday for the sixers. taking a live look at upper perkiomen high school tonight they will host phoenixville and friday football frenzy game of the week but this is a very special night at the game with cancer awareness night, two cheerleaders on the upper perk's team are cancer survivors and they are an inspiration, to the entire school. >> tonight the girls are going to do a celebration type of performance, and, this is just to show it is not a lost cause, you though, that you can battle cancer and win, and live a full, complete life. so tonight they are going to get out there and show everyone just how healthy and happy they are. >> beautiful. >> a macing story. >> fantastic. >> we will be rightc3c3
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( gunfire ) the family of keith scott releases video that captures the sound of a charlotte police officer shooting him to death. >> did you shoot him! he better not be ( bleep ) dead! >> pelley: also tonight, hillary clinton will interrupt her monday debate preparations to visit charlotte. we'll look at where the candidates stand on law, order, and race. >> drugs are a very, very big factor in what you're watching on television. >> pelley: from russia with love, for donald trump. the russian politicians pulling for a trump win. >> i'm charles osgood, and this is "sunday morning." >> pelley: and farewell to our guide for