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you heard him say it awake in a nightmare that is feeling in the palm springs police department after 2b loved officers are killed and another injured, it is a story that has been developing overnight and now we have new information on the man accused of killing them. plus this... >> reporter: donald trump's latest controversy is impacting the second presidential debate before it even beginning i'm jamie you kiss in washington university with the very latest. and matthew has been downgraded from a hurricane but it is still wreaking havoc. is there devastating flooding from virginia, to florida, we will show you where things stand as it moves from the
coast. we will tell you sunday october 9th good morning i'm rahel solomon. hopefully your sunday is starting off to a good note. justin, you come bearing good news this morning for those looking like dry weather this afternoon. we have to wait a few more hours. we have steady rain from the the city south and east coming down hard in spots. we have to slow it down there, when traveling but does get better this afternoon. we will bring in cooler air. if you like fall weather, loving this forecast, were you complaining yesterday about the chills, you were complaining tomorrow because big drop in the temperatures we're talking about 40's tonight, maybe even some 30's in the suburbs for next few nights, certainly good sleeping wet's head but that storm scan three is lit up, again not much happening north of the city, just sharp edge there to the northern cut off for that rain but it is steady any south jersey at the shore, even all of delaware seeing heavy rainfall. we are seeing areas picking up over 2 inches on have rainfall coming from what is left of matthew and cold front combined. watch out for rain around
steady rain this morning mainly south and east of philadelphia, slow travel and for afternoon we should see breaks in the clouds, winds pick up more ushering in cooler air. flash flood watch until noon for kent, sussex county, delaware, that is because of the recent saturated ground there. they have had 13 inches there the past week from the rainfall there and so we have additional rain coming today. fifty's right now. it is not much change in the temperatures today, should get up to the mid 50's at best for philadelphia and the shore. it will take longer to get sunshine at the shore, temperatures in the poconos upper 50's. here's is what ahead cold front comes through, pretty strong, we're talking about below average temperatures and let you know how cool in the seven day coming up in a few minutes. >> see you then, thank you. let's turn west, developing in california, police have a gunman in custody for killing two police officers and hurting another. one had just returned to the force from maternity leave, the other was working an extra shift. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio, in the
cbs-3 sat center with more, hi chere. >> reporter: true tragedy riverside sheriff's department tweeted this a couple hours ago that the suspect has been taken in custody. they have given very little details. suspect is accused of killing two officers, six three-year old jose gill vega and 27 year-old leslie zereby leaving the palm springs community in mourning. police and community members gathered saturday night outside of the palm springs desert regional medical center. where officers, leslie zereby and jose gilbert vega died of their wounds. the officer's coffin were wheeled out of the hospital and gently lifted in to white hearsts, a third officer remained in the hospital. being treated for gunshot wounds. police chief brian reyes says that the three officers were shot while answering a call from a woman who said that her adult son was causing a disturbance. the chief says that officers were at the front door of the home, negotiating with the
suspect, when he decided to open up fire. two of the officers, were killed, and six three-year old jose gill vega, a father of eight was a 35 year veteran of the police department, he was scheduled to retire in december, and 27 year-old leslie zereby had been on the force 18 months and recently returned from maternity leave. she leaves behind a husband and her four month-old daughter. >> i'm awake in a nightmare right now. palm springs lost two brave officers. they go out every day and put their boots on the ground for everybody in the community. they gave it all for you. >> reporter: police have in the yet released the name of the suspect but he is said to have had previous run ins with the the law, the palm springs police department is expected to provide detail regarding that suspect's arrest later this morning, live from the sat center, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for kyw-3
eyewitness news. >> much more to come there today. this morning police are investigating a shooting in north philadelphia police tell us the man was shot the in the the shoulder, it happened around 1:30 in the 2600 block of north franklin street. the man is in stable condition no details on a shooter at this time. well, donald trump is defiant this morning, he says there is zero chance he will quit and even as republicans support appears to be crumbling trump does have a chance to save his campaign tonight when he faces off against hillary clinton in the second presidential debate. jamie youkiss is at washington university with what to expect. >> reporter: donald trump greet aid crowd of supporters in new york but behind the scenes, a crisis was getting worse by the hour. key members of the republican party have pulled their support after hearing trump's vulgar recorded comments about women. >> i moved on her and i failed. >> wow. >> i did try to bleep her. she is married. >> reporter: reaction to the 2005 tape has been fierce even from his own running mate mike pence said he cannot conn
donor defend trump's remarks. >> hi everybody. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan disinvited trum top saturday's republican rally and said he was i can is end by his comments. >> i meant what i said and it is still how i field. >> reporter: senator john mccain joined dozens of republicans withdrawing support. every g.o.p. woman in the senate condemned trump's remarks and some lawmakers have gone further, demanding that he drop out of the race. trump says he will never do that but he made a rare apology in this video posted on social media. >> i said it, i was wrong and i apologize. >> reporter: trump will have to answer to voters tonight when he faces hillary clinton in their second presidential debate. >> just requires a little humility. >> reporter: doctor wayne fields is an expert on political rhetoric. he says clinton should leave the scandal alone. >> what she has to do is to avoid anything that suggests she is paraphrasing what he said. >> reporter: the debate will allow for questions from the audience and trump is likely to face some tough ones about
this new scandal. jamie youkiss for cbs news st. louis, missouri. here at home pennsylvania continues to be a critical battle will ground state in the presidential race. senator bernie sanders campaigned for hillary clinton and katie mcginty at university of the arts in south philadelphia. they spoke about raising the minimum wage, making public universities free, and fighting global warming. >> where do we want to go in the future, what is our vision? that is pol tics. i just want to touch on a few of the issues as to why hillary clinton should be our next president. >> sanders also commented on hillary clinton's leaked speeches to wall street executives which appeared to show she had a cozy relationship with the big banks he himself wants to break up. sanders said whatever clinton may have said behind closed doors is fine. and you can watch donald trump and hillary clinton
square off in the second presidential debate, it starts at 9:00 right here on cbs-3 followed by cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at 11:00. hurricane matthew is moving away from the coast of north carolina this morning, authorities say the fierce storm killed at least ten people in the u.s. and a thousand more in the caribbean and has caused billions of dollars in damage. edward lawrence has the latest from charleston south carolina. >> we were going to be out here for another two weeks or so. >> reporter: evacuees are waiting to return home aftermath you brought record breaking flooding and damaging wind, hitting north carolina hard saturday and overnight with torrential rain and destructive storm surge. the rain continues to soak up the region and stretches into the the mid-atlantic states, more than a foot fell in southeastern north carolina last night. >> the report that it is all under water right now. >> reporter: deluge reached as far west as raleigh-durham damages homes and businesses.
search and rescue from new york city say three people in fayetville after their suv got stuck in the rushing water. the matthew hug the southeast coastline moving north sparing coastal communities from severe wind but causing devastating flooding like here in charleston. there were reports of scattered looting, at homes, and businesses, including this gas station, in garden city, georgia. >> pretty frustrating because people don't care about, you know, what they got, i mean local stores here to help the community and everything trying to get opened up. >> reporter: in florida matthew caused severe coastal erosion wiping away beaches and destroying coastal roads. experts predict matthew will leave behind four to 6 billion collars worth of damage here in the u.s. an impressive some but far less than super storm sandy, 20 billion and hurricane katrina's 40 billion. edward lawrence, for cbs news, charleston south carolina. hurricane math the you could put a temporary halt to the mosquito that spread zika
virus. right after a big storm there can be a decrease because adult mosquitoes including those that carry zika virus get washed away by heavy rain. lust heavy rains and flooding wash larvae from mosquito breeding sites such as tires, bird bats and other areas. still to come, an update on new jersey transit commuter rail service to hoboken. the rescue teams pull 30 people, including children from the capsized boat in the san francisco bay, find out what went wrong. and jane pauley makes her debut of host as sunday morning. hear what she says about taking on the job and rare interest right you'll see on her first show. we will be so happy to say as we end weekend with sunshine, justin drabick lets us now know when we will dry out
time is 7:13. eight people, including three children are in the hospital after a boat flipped over in the san francisco bay. authorities say the boat was carrying 30 people help it turned over in the water tossing everyone out. a five-year old boy was unconscious and not breathing when pulled out of the water. first responders were able to revive him. officials say all of those hurt are expected to survive and the cause of the accident, of course is under investigation. well, nearly a dozen people are hurt in a train crash in garden city new york. commuter train derailed east of new york city after it hit a work train on the tracks. it happened after 9:00 last
night near new hide park. spokesmen for long island rare says about 600 people were on the train but they are expected to be okay. these are exclusive pictures. a cnn employee was on the train that jumped the tracks in garden city new york and you can see seats, windows were broken by impact. train service has been suspended. new jersey transit will reopen a portion of the hoboken terminal to commuter rail service after the terminal, of course, suffered a extensive damage following last week's train crash. investigators say morning rush hour train, accelerated just before the the accident, and the engineer apparently put on the emergency brake less than one second before the collision. one person standing on the track died and more than 110 others were hurt. all right. turning now to justin, justin, i just got a new puppy, new dog. >> cool. >> i have to take him out every three hours. >> yes. >> it has been very difficult with this rain. >> bad timing. >> boy, look at your hair,
that is the most important thing. we cannot have that. >> hopefully a change is coming. >> you don't to have go far a few miles to the north, where it is dry, folks in berks county, they are saying what rain. check it out, a live look at the bernville berks county where we had just cloudy skies. some clouds trying to break up. we will get some sunshine, further north and west from the city, cool though, 53. north east at 13. they didn't get any rain at all from this cold front and then the moisture from platt you or at least this morning we are not getting rain. they will stay dry for the rest of the the day. improving conditions. it will take sometime. this is what is left of matthew post tropical cyclone matthew off the coast of hat rust. all of the moisture combined to the north combined with the cold front so it is a combination of the cold front and matthew bringing rain. steadied rain in delaware and south jersey. is there pockets of heavier rain throughout the morning hours, and getting bet they are afternoon. cool though 40's mount pocono.
the further west you are today but not helping temperatures that much. we may get back to the low to mid 50's at best today. north wind continuing at the shore, wind driven rain, 60 in ocean city. fifty-nine in cape may. check out these wind gusts they will decrease over next few hours. gusting to 26 atlantic city. thirty in dover delaware. these could get up to the mid 40's but gustness south jersey and delaware this afternoon and that is why a wind advisory goes into effect at 8:00 this morning for extreme southern new jersey, and central and southern delaware. so just a heads up for that. as of 5:00 a.m. matthew is called post tropical cyclone matthew because it lost tropical characteristics. it does not look like a hurricane. all of the cloud displaced to the center but it has hurricane force wind. 75 miles an hour moving east/north east at 14. we will get improvement. further ease this storm goes it takes the rain witt. we will have wrong track for that, for the afternoon. damage is done. look at carolinas, brighter colors here and it is blue, purple, up around 15 inches of
rain over the past 48 hours. even up into central virginia here, richmond, hard hit area over 10 inches have rain. now we're getting hard hit areas in parts of the southern, delaware, parts of the central maryland and del marva peninsula four to 5 inches have rain falling from the cold front, and the remnants of the matthew. so this is what is happening, dryer, cooler conditions, return todays the cold front passes on by, cool high pressure builds in from can inadequacies, notice wind direction, the flow, coming out of the northwest and that means temperatures running below average. so we should be in the upper 60's this time of the year. we will not get that for the next few days. good conditions in the afternoon and evening. breezy. dry, clearing it out tomorrow. lots of sunshine. great looking columbus day, tuesday. same deal. notice temperatures we will struggle in the 60es a. warmer farther north and west because we will be stuck in the clouds in eastern new jersey. tonight chilly 40's, 30's in the suburbs. tomorrow same deal lower 50's. forecast high up to 64 after we get rid of the morning rain
and chilly night tonight, 30's and 40's with the clear skies, there is that extended forecast, we're dry through the entire week, 64 for the high on monday. back to the lower 70's for wednesday and thursday. rahel, back to youy can't believe i heard you say lower in the 30's and 40's that time of the year. all right. >> thank you. >> time is 7:18. the lets turn to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center and for those not with us us we were talking about our collogue dane wayne who tweeted me saying his drive from bucks county to philadelphia very difficult this morning because of wet roads. >> it can be very difficult, you just to have take your time, rahel, you see, you mentioned hydro planed and that is a common owe concerned on highways like this, this wet, and then this slick today. you also have leaves that have fallen on the highways as well. so they will get little icy patches, when the leaves start to fall on the highway so again just take your time, you have to put up with reduced visibility on a morning like this. so, be aware of that, and keep
a safe distance between you and the other driver. this is i-95 at walt whitman bridge. walt whitman on ramp of course to the left of your screen. i-95 looks all right despite the rain. you can see folks taking their time and they are being careful on the highways for the most part. we don't have any accidents on i-95 thankfully. in construction either to talk about. i-95 looks all right through philadelphia and suburbs. so does walt whitman at this point. we will move the traffic cam here, there you go, right there, and what this is, it is the blue route, right approaching the mid county tolls of the pennsylvania turnpike and we don't have any problems here. that is the latest from the cw. three traffic center i'm ann evans now rahel back to you. well, this morning, jane pauley begins anchoring cbs sunday morning. she's following in the footsteps of charles osgood who anchored the broadcast for 22 years. cbs correspondent brooks silva-braga sat down with jane to talk about her new role and a rare interview she has lined
up for her first show. >> i heard you say earlier this is the biggest thing that has happened in your career which given the career is a big thing to say. >> well, it is not most stunning in that my appearance at 25 years old on the today show anchor desk and chair recently vacated by barbara walters probably got more attention but this was unexpected as things generally have been in my career and i'm not unappreciative. >> on this first forecast you have a interview with justice ginsburg what can we expect to hear from her. >> we have a privilege of having two separate sit downs one within chambers which in itself is pretty exciting for me. >> reporter: and rare. >> and rare. >> but more rare is to spend time at home with a supreme court just advertise. so she opens up the freezer and it is very well organized and all these little labels
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this year a quarter of a million cases of breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed. and while some women are not expected to survive they are actually have have been a decrease this death rates since 1989. "eyewitness news" health reporter stephanie stahl has interesting new research in the fight against breast cancer. >> it is fairly easy year ago audrey katz, diagnosed with breast cancer but before she got treatment she gave researchers a stash of her germs. >> i was able to do it at home. the it was a couple of swabs. >> it is new frontier of health, medicine.
>> reporter: researchers are collecting, analyzing microbes for breast cancer patients hoping to better understand the disease. >> i think that you will find that they hold key place in our understanding of cancer report report human body is home to about 100 trillion microbes, about two to 6-pound worth, bacteria and other organisms are mostly beneficial, they break down food. teach our system to recognize danger and pre dues anti-inflammatory compound. >> these organisms are absolutely necessary to be living in us for us to survive. >> reporter: our good and bad germs mixed without problem but in women with breast cancer the mix is off, in one study their breast tissue had lower levels of the protective germ and higher levels of possibly, damaging microbes. >> so their difference is breast tissue and people who have cancer compared to people who do not. >> reporter: antibiotics could be the issue, research shows women who used lots of antibiotics are at increased
risk of breast cancer, now you doctors wonder if cultivating or maintaining healthier mix could reduce risk. >> will that help us prevent breast cancer? that is question of the day. >> audrey is intrigued by research. >> they are there and we need to figure out how to access them to potentially help us. >> reporter: scientists with the national institutes of science are also involved in collecting microbes hoping to go used not just to treat breast cancer but other diseases as well. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a group of teachers in texas come together to make a high school senior's dream come true, need sandra with autism and, cerebral palsy and big fan of the back to the future fans and has wanted to travel through time. who hasn't, right? the maker of the back to the future car and asked the fan to go for a ride even if it is in the town's parade.
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for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. it is sunday october 9th, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. it has been a wet weekend. lets see how this wetness will stick around. lets get out to justin drabick on the cbs one skies tech. justin you hear that ran coming down on your umbrella. it is steady, wind driven down at the shore. it is nasty outside. basically from the city south and east. we will have to deal with this steady rain for the next few hours, by the afternoon we should see improvement, even some sunshine in here but you don't to have go far north and
west to get out of the rain. check it out, storm scan 3a pretty sharp edge to that rain line north of philadelphia, up in northern bucks, montgomery, chester county, it is dry and that dry air continues to the poconos. we will see breaks in the clouds over next couple hours, probably north and west of the city but heavy rainfall continuing, to southern delaware, into southern new jersey, with a flash flood watch continuing until noon for kent county, delaware and sussex, ground is saturated from the other week where they had 13 inches have rainfall. chilly, 40's and 50's for current temperature right now. there is not much change in the temperatures even with some sunshine. this morning rain, breezy, temperatures in the 50's this afternoon. some clearing skies, still breezy, making it to low to possibly hid 60's for warmest spot. sixty-four will do it the for philadelphia. at the shore stuck in the 50's in the poconos. get ready for chilly nights ahead we will talk about 40's and 30's and i'll let you know
how long it last in the seven day coming up. >> sound fun, thanks justin. developing this morning two police officers are shot and killed and another hurt in california. police have gunman in custody. cherri gregg from our sistertation kyw news radio is live in the sat center which sparked this shoot-out. a very difficult night for this community. >> reporter: rahel, routine call gone terribly wrong and two officers are dead 35 year veteran jose gill vega and 18 month veteran leslie zereby, both lost their lives in the line of duty in the riverside sheriff department announced on twitter a few hours ago that the suspect is now in custody. a triple shooting, following what appears to be a routine, 911 call. a mother says that her adult son was causing a disturbance. the office's arrived at the home and tried to talk the suspect down. but things went ary. >> we were sitting there watching tv and we heard a couple bang, bang, bang and we
look out and it was crazy, it was wrapped fire. >> reporter: all three officers were shot. >> the officers were at the trent door trying to negotiate with the suspect just to comply. it was a simple disturbance and he elect to open fire. >> reporter: officers were rushed to the hospital, two died from their injuries. police join the community in mourning their lost and vigil saturday night, officer jose gill vega, father of eight was 63 years old and had been on the force for 35 years and was set to retire this december. >> we have an officer, that was qualified for retirement five yearsing a and here he is 35 years in still putting a patrol car for our community to make it better, on a date he wasn't even scheduled to work. >> reporter: officer leslie zereby had been with the department 18 months and married to a sheriff's deputy and just returned back from work for maternity leave. their daughter was just four months old. >> here we have a wonderful,
young, dedicated, officer that pressed forward every day to make it better for everybody else. she gave her all. >> the palm springs police department is expected to provide more detail this morning about the arrest of the suspect, whom they say is known to police. his identity has not yet been released. live from the sat center, cherri gregg for kyw news video for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meantime back here at home investigators believe an electrical fire swept through the homes of the five trenton families. three alarm fire on holmes avenue started around 5:00 yesterday morning, fortunately in one was hurt. investigators say the fire started in an electrical panel in one home and then spread to the others. well, donald trump find himself in the storm of trouble ahead of his second presidential debate, and his comments about with men are drawing criticism from all corners even among republicans whose support could be
critical. trump will have to answer to voters about the recording tonight as he faces off with hillary clinton at washington university. it will follow a town hall style format hi is much more casual featuring questions from voters in the audience. with pennsylvania a prime battle ground state in campaign 2016, bernie sanders is campaigning on hillary clinton's behalf. yesterday he rallied democrats in south philadelphia and "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff was there. >> thank you philadelphia. >> reporter: while campaigning for hillary clinton and kate i mcginn any south philadelphia senator bernie sanders did not mix words when it came to his thoughts on the release of the 2005 tape that captured derogatory language regarding woman spoken by republican presidential nominee donald trump. >> i think you have a spoiled brat. i think you have a person who grew up very, very wealthy who thinks that he is entitled to do anything that he wants. >> i never said i'm a perfect person. >> reporter: in trump's apology video he conclude by
pointing to what he feels is mistreatment of the women by the clintons. >> bill clinton has actually abuse wood man and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims. >> i asked senator sanders if he saw any any validity to the comparison. >> no, of course no, and toy in the believe that is true. b, second of all maybe for once in his life trump might want to take spent for his own actions. >> reporter: what overshadowed by all this was friday release of hacked hillary clinton e-mails that seemed to demonstrate the kind of relationship between clinton and wall street that senator sanders had been so critical of while campaigning against her. i asked him about this he told me he believes in where the party is right now and quote whatever clinton may have said behind closed doors is fine. reporting from south philadelphia, alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". you can watch donald trump and hillary clinton square off for their second presidential debate tonight, lot of people
expect to go watch. starts at 9:00 right here on cbs-3 followed by "eyewitness news" at 11:00. coming up, a devastating fire breaks out in a neighborhood already evacuated because of hurricane matthew. plus, home coming in happy valley penn state tries to play spoiler to undefeated maryland next up in sports. and justin said we will see sun sometime today we will time out the dry out when we come
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back on "eyewitness news" with a rear inferno down south, fire fighters in south caroline, battled intense flames for hours, the fire broke out in an ocean trent property that was already evacuated because of hurricane matthew, flames so intense that they jumped from building to building. fortunately in injuries were reported but you can tell how fire fighters were running and how intense these flames were. hurricane math the you is fortunately moving east this morning away from the coast of north caroline, authorities the say the fierce storm has killed at least ten people in the u.s. and thousand more in the caribbean. right the now people are waiting to return to their homes after record breaking flooding and damaging wind battered part of the south east. experts predict when it is all said and done matthew will leave behind four to $6 billion worth of damage, here in the u.s. all right. lets turn to justin. justin, we have got really luck any our region. it moved from the coast but we did get residual rain. >> we are getting rain, it the
is partly due to moisture from matthew and combination of the cold front h that cold front is drawing that moisture further north and we are getting steady rain, especially in south jersey and delaware. it has been that way, and we are seeing amounts over 2 inches, south and east of the city but it is sharp edge to the rainfall. you don't to have go far north of philadelphia to get in the dryer air. we will see improving conditions in the morning and afternoon. much cool tore day. that is our trend. typical october weather coming at us. we will be a few degrees below average for next couple days, and chilly at night. current temperatures, up in berks county 55 at helen davis house. she as seen dry conditions with the cloud. fifty-six in eagleville. link syringer at 56 degrees. not much change in the temperatures all across the region. cooler in philadelphia with that rain and still has 50's, and down in newark, delaware mid 50's at delores lee's house. we are seeing lower 60's along the coastline at jane's house
in ocean city. they have heavy rainfall. check out these rainfall amounts. james in ocean city 1.39 inches of rain. he has more to come, maybe an additional inch. over an inch in newark delaware. close to an inch in cherry hill, new jersey from jenny janssen. lets take you live to ocean city, not a good morning for that morning jog or walk on the boardwalk. pretty nasty with the wind driven rain. we are seeing win close to 40 miles an hour already along the coastline but heading in the afternoon the rain should cut off, it does stay windy though and perhaps a few breaks in the cloud later on during the day. check out storm scan three as i said north of the town, again, it is dry, north chester, bucks and montgomery county heading up toward the poconos. slow progression east ward to the edge to the rainfall. eventually it will move east as the cold front move off shore. and it is heavy rainfall coastal new jersey into delaware, flash flood watch in effect for kent, sussex county delaware. look at those northerly wind
sustained, close to 20 in philadelphia, 23 miles an hour sustained wind in dover, delaware. this will increase in the afternoon as well as the gusts, it could be gusting over 30, in philadelphia later today, possibly mid 40's for south jersey and delaware. that is why wind advisory goes into effect at 8:00 for delaware and southern new jersey. still gusty wind tonight, over 30 miles an hour tomorrow, win backs off a little bit but still a breezy day, that north wind will push in cooler air. speaking of the shore it does get better. it turns out to be a nice day. once we get rid of the rain it does stay windy. tomorrow a windy day bye sunny at 62. tuesday sunshine and highs in the mid 60's. matthew post tropical cyclone matthew has lost tropical characteristics but still has hurricane force wind, and those strong wind, just off shore of hat race right now, tropical storm warnings remain in effect for coastal north carolina we are starting to get a off shore wind now, that is good news, that will put an end to the coastal flooding but still flooding on the bay
side of the outer banks. cold front pushes remnant of the matthew out to sea replace by high pressure sets up to a nice weather pattern for upcoming workweek. if you like mild afternoon and cool nights we will love this forecast. for today, morning rain, and then clearing, breezy. 64 degrees. tonight we will get chilly. check it out 48 for the city. thirty's out in the colder suburbs. yes, yesterday rahel was complaining you know tomorrow she will be down right angry probably. there you go. temperatures when you wake up, i think allentown and reading in the upper 30's. it is a wind, back off enough. here's extended forecast, a lot of sunshine next few days, below average temperatures. back to the lower 07's for wednesday and thursday. full winter gear, rahel. >> justin, back to that. so yesterday i was complaining in the twitter universe they gave me a hard time. today, they are on my side. i'm getting support. >> okay. >> thanks, justin. time is 7:44. lets check back with ann evans
in the traffic center and ann, you are watching ab incident there, what is that. >> it is a close another columbus boulevard is closed rahel between spring garden street and spruce street closed for 5,000-yard dash run/walk, you can see some runners and walkers getting to their destination the two right of the screen but again columbus boulevard is shut down for this event. we have a couple other events, we will go over with you, arch street westbound shut i odn't between second street and fourth street for old city festival preparations have already begun there. over at wells fargo center flyers 5k watch out the for delays around broad street at the pennsylvania son avenue. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans new rahel, right back to you. eagles visiting detroit. even though he won't say it defensive coordinator jim schwartz has a healthy discuss for lions. he was their head coach for five seesbut fired in 2013. now schwartz returned, and he is ready to unleash an eagles defense that is number one in
the league, in scoring teams. meanwhile on offense carson wentz has had extra time to prepare for the lions because of the bye week. now after sometime off he says he cannot wait to play, he has had a charmed existence since becoming the starter. >> it has been fun. i'm playing ball. i'm out there with these guys. you know, i just love every part of this game, preparation, coming in here, every day, being around these guys. there is not many things i would rather do in the world. it has been fun. i'm glad things have turned out the way they have. >> i had to sit back for a whole week and hear about how good we have been and when we have a young team we want to make sure you come back and you prepare even harder. >> eagles and lions, game time at the 1:00. we will get you ready with toyota sunday kick off, leslie van arsdal will join us live with merrill reese, plus we will go one on one with doug pederson join us at 11:30 a.m. right here on cbs-3.
preseason hoops sixers visiting cleveland cavilers, injury report for the sixers, pretty extensive, five players missing in action, including jahlil okafor and nerlens noel. joel embiid front and center. on a minutes restriction. can play only 12. he got the sixers first if points of the game with the big old jam. don't think about that pass from dario saric. later in the first, two hook up once again, joel cutting, gets the lay up, the big fellow, showing the range. this gets you all excited because he can do this, straight away three, knocks it down. embiid 12 points on four for ten shooting. lebron james played 17 minutes, had 15 points, not surprise by that. he is pretty, good. cleveland beat sixers 108-105. now to hockey, flyers final game of the preseason, they are up in boston, the bean taking on bruins. game went into overtime and bonus period, the bruins ryan
spoon are on the break away beats steve mason, orange and black lose one to nothing. season starts this friday in l.a. college football, easy for penn state to find metvation, one it is home coming. two they were hosting undefeated maryland why in the celebrate by handing them their first loss of the season. 101,000 packing beaver stadium, festive environment as always in happy valley. lions up by three. quarterback trace mcsorely, 9-yard out, and goes for touchdown 17-seven penn state. still in the second, takwan barkley, i said barkley. that is just terrible, kenney. up the gut he goes. twenty-four-14 nittany lions. he had a career high 202-yard rushing. mcsorely airing it out to deandre thompkins, go get it, he does. 70-yard score. pep state with 524-yard of offense, happy home coming penn state, upsets maryland
38-14. on the main lineville 'nova hosting rhode island wildcats looking for their fifth straight win. the first quarter cats up seven to nothing. zach bernardcheck to ryan bell, you got to watch out for those bells they will get you have time. 36-yard touchdown 14 love nova. still in the first, hand off to aaron forbes, where is he? moving by defenders and 67-yard, villanova shutting out rhode island 35 to nothing. over at franklin field penn taking on central connecticut, no score in the first, alex torqueson, calls his own number makes pay dirt. torqueson this time to nicholas b acham, 19-yard score and quaker taking down blue devils 28-16, your final score. that is all for sports i'm don bell have a great the day. still to come this morning
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foster program. it is a huge thing, as pennsylvania spca and it may be absolutely perfect for you, you may not be able to adopt an animal but might have time to spend with one, and first we always show adoptable animal and do very same thing today. these are three animals up for adoption at the pennsylvania spca. i love dougie a one year-old boston terrier mix who cannot wait to get love, attention, very people oriented. gets along with everybody. you know, he even became best friends, yeah, you see him on the camera. >> i know, that is your old friend dougie. we have a machine for and bianca is looking at dougie. anyway we will get back to that. not a mean bone in his body, he even became friendly with the rabbit in his foster home. dougie is gaining confidence to be a very, very sweet wonderful dog.
>> isn't it darling. >> yes, he likes to watch tv. >> yes. >> sally, five month-old, look at this dog, all legs hound mixed pulled, available for adoption. she's wonderful. this is a dog who would love a lot of exercise. if you are a cat person blinky is two-year old female domestic short hair cat, recently pulled from the city shelter and wow love to go home. >> now you know this is continue i because when bee april contact saw dougie on camera. >> yes. >> there was a lot of barking because, well, that is, this dog with like to be by itself i think. >> she has been getting a long well with other dogs. i think seeing dougie show up a six year-old spay female in the foster program at pennsylvania spca and this is a great program for animals that need to get out of the shelter. beast anika has just terrible allergies. the she's allergic to cats and that sort of thing.
she was losing her hair in the shelter, a lot of stress. >> shelter may be too stressful for bianca. >> and so many other animals. >> fortunately, a doctor stepped forward and said let the me give this dog a respite from that shelter. i will take that dog in the home, all of the medication she's in a special program with the pennsylvania spca because she came in through humane law enforcement. she was neglect or cruelty case. >> foster is in between between the shelter and finding a permanent home, to foster that middle ground. >> it allows them to realize, the two lives, they have made space in the shelter for another dog and they are saving the life and socializing and just kind of giving the break to the animal that needs it. some of these foster animals up for adoption we have a five week old kitten too little to be at shelter. somebody could foster that for a couple weeks. we have puppies, kittens and that sort of thing. so many different ways to get
involved. great foster coordinator who is able to tell you animal that is good and it is short term, longer term, and the at the end of your foster, you would be like anybody else, available to adopt that animal, should you choose. >> that would be another process. >> but there are so many ways to help and pennsylvania spca will work with you, like this dog with the medication and special food that is provided by the pennsylvania spca. bianca is looking for either a permanent home. she's an absolute angel. >> yes. >> a doll. >> she's allergic to cats and needs to be on special food but that can be provided for you or she could use another foster as well. somebody who understands the issues. it is a very rewarding project thaw can get involved with and you get plenty of support. you will be told exactly what to to,. >> spca wants to make sure they are in the home suitable and they want to help as well. the you are never alone out
there. >> they have behavior people, only positive reenforcement but, they are so willing to help do anything. for a lot have people maybe you only have weeks vacation i'm not going anyplace, contact spca and say i will be home do you have anybody for a week i could help out and they will help you out. >> okay good to know. carroll, thanks. to adopt bianca who has been a absolute doll, visit pspca erie avenue headquarters. their hours from noon to 6:00 on the weekend and one to 8:00 during week. >> it is not working out with the foster you are free to return them to the shelter, might work better for something else but great flexible program and wonderful for animals and peopley love when my dog or dogs see another dog on the screen and they react because we know they are so smart. >> this doggies brilliant, she's brilliant. >> hopefully we have found bianca a new home. good to see you. we will see you next week. that is it for "eyewitness news" at 7:00. here's what we have at 8:00. donald trump and hillary