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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. >> well everything you have heard just now from donald is not true. i'm sorry i hate to keep saying this, but he lives in a alternative reality. >> well first they came out fighting then they shook hands. hillary clinton and donald trump trade insults in a tension-filled debate. >> all bets are off as the trump taj mahal. less than two hours away from the troubled atlantic city casino closing its doors for good. finds out who is blaming who. >> and a heart break nerve motown. razor thin defeat for the birds, how eagles nation is reacting to the birds first lost of the season.
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well, today is monday being october 10, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas, we're getting your day start wad check on weather and traffic with meisha. >> good morning, happen mine day. oh, a lot of people will be so sad about that oh, so close. >> and they are this close. so close but no cigar. guys, i can tell you right now roads are looking okay. we have two accidents in the camera, and a lot of construction. >> as is typical. quiet, no rain in the forecast, looks like real tranquil forecast, matthew worries, the indirect worries we had are basically done and over with, good news, we can wipe the slate clean there. outside, show you what's going on on storm scan. this will be work ago lot of over time this week of the not again much to report when it comes to any impending storm systems in the days ahead, for now you barely have a cloud out there. a couple of very high thin clouds back through our very far north and west most suburbs, generally speaking just quiet all be it chilly start to the day, and it is
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cool dome of high pressure settling in to bring that to us. when we take a look at some of the area temperatures, yes, do you have cool start here. fifty-one is our current at philadelphia international airport. it will only drop from there. at 48 degrees in trenton, mid 40's from say atlantic city taught millville, the pine land areas, and up in mount pocono once more you have cracked into the 30's there this morning. so, it is one of those mornings, that again, it will require nice heavier extra layer as the day progresses, though it, looks like somewhat after cool afternoon, 60s isn't terrible, but by comparison to the mid 70s, upper 70s we enjoyed in the past week, this will feel much more like fall to us, but the sun will shine, all be it tad breezy or windy depending on location, wind may be little stiffer, a wean will be talking about that so the morning progresses here, but generally speaking meisha, do you have pretty good start, sunglass z required? >> it will sure be nice to see that sun. thank you so much. well, this very early monday morning, morning, by the way, looking outside, you can see
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the camera rolling, it is of course windy out there. this is 95 north at girard. two left lanes right now are blocked. not to mention you have all of the flashing lights out there. take a look at the backdrop behind us, almost sea of headlights, and only 4:30 in the morning, good indicator it needs to get cleared out of the way. also accident northeast extension, before the mid-county tolls, one e-zpass lane is blocked, and we have some construction to talk about, pa turnpike between valley forge and downingtown, left lane blocked right now. and also in new jersey, 42, both directions, between route 544 and 295, there will be a traffic shift there, this there will be some lane shifts there, also speaking of the right around the general vicinity, 295 between 42 and route 168, another traffic shift there. more coming up in about ten minutes, jim, brooke, back over to you. >> thank you, another heated debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> absolutely the town hall style meeting featured questions from the audience, as well as the moderator. and as weijia jiang reports
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it, didn't take long for the sparks to start flying. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump didn't minutes words in their second debate getting right to the video released friday in which trump was heard using vulgar language about women. >> yes, i'm very embarrased by it, i hate it. >> i think it is clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> trump then brought up sexual misconduct allegations made against clinton's husband, former president, bill clinton. >> was impeached. he lost his license to practice law. he had to pay a $850,000 fine to one of the women, paula jones, who is also here tonight. >> i am reminded whatever my friend, michelle obama individuals us all. when they go low, you go high. >> trump said if-ee elected he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into clinton's deleted emails. >> you should be ashamed of yourself. anything to avoid talking about your campaign and the way it is exploding.
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>> they also sparred over trump's texts. >> people like donald who paid zero in taxes that's wrong. >> did you use that $915 million lost to avoid paying personal federal income taxes in. >> of course i do, and so do all of her donors or most of her donors. >> while the candidates started off attacking each other the audience asked questions about more substantive issues including healthcare and muslim american relations. >> an audience member asked what the candidate respect about each other. >> his children are incredibly able and devoted. >> she does fight hard and she doesn't quit and she doesn't give up. >> clinton and trump have one last match up next week. weijia jiang, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". while so many of us watched this second presidential debate from the comfort of our own home, venues throughout the city actually stream the action live. "eyewitness news" went to regal cinema in south philadelphia where dozens watched the debate with a bag
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of popcorn in hand. here are some of the reactions to clinton and trump. >> i don't believe anyone in their right minds would vote for somebody like that to be president after country. >> both sides, obvious lay lot going on with donald trump. but it was just almost immature the way they would interrupt, yell, fight with each other. >> we are now down to 28 days until election day, stay with cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for complete coverage on air and on line at the final debate is wednesday, october 19th, in las vegas. >> in less than an hour and a half the last gamblers at trump taj mahal will be cashing in their chips, the casino will shut down this morning at 6:00 a.m., owners blame unite here local 54 for closing the casino. union workers were on strikeout side the casino for more than 100 days demanding better benefits. donald trump opened the casino 26 years ago, but he has no
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longer any involvement with the casino. new this morning, police are investigating a shooting in philadelphia's lawncrest section. this happened around 2:00 this morning in the 900 block of granite street. police tell us, a man was shot in the leg, but they're not sure if he accidentally shot himself or if someone else shot him. the man is in stable condition. >> investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause after house fire in delaware county. eyewitness video shows flames shooting from a home on the 500 block of upper chichester township. firefighters got the call around 6:30 yesterday evening, under control in about an hour, and there are no reports of injuries. a tradition of philadelphia lgbt history month turned hostile, protesters took over the annual pride flag, raising ceremony inside city hall. mayor jim kenney was there but eventually left when protesters interrupted his speech. the demonstrators say city officials have long ignored discrimination within the lgbt
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community. >> first lost of the season is a tough one for the eagles, come back attempt fell short at just one point. the birds trailed by 11 after half time, finally got two-point lead in the fourth quarter but ryan mathews skoots to the outside and he fumbles beyond mid field. the lions recovered. that will led to matt's field goal, 29 yards out, and it was good. the lions take a one point lead. carson wentz and the birds were looking for a game winning drive. but wentz was intercepted by darius slay. the eagles cough up first turn over of the year, just minute 17 apart. detroit wins this 124 to 23. here's eagles coach doug pederson on wentz's first interception. >> i first feel like he has short-term memory. he is going to look at the tape, he will make the corrections and be onto next week quite honestly. kind of glad he got the interception out of the way. >> it wasn't a perfect throw obviously, i tried to give nelson a chance to make a play, i left it too far outside. the guys at cornerback, he
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made a great play, hats off, he sealed the win for them. >> eagles are now three and one, they fall to second place in the nfc east after the dallas cowboys victory over the cincinnati ben as. so eagles fans are waking up today disappointed for the first time this season. some fans think the eagles week off is to blame, while others say the match up should have been an easy win for the team regardless. "eyewitness news" talked with disappointed birds fans after the clock hit zero. >> we took it a little lightly, first quarter wasn't good, dominated the rest of the game. but they had momentum going in, got little cocky over the bye week, defense came out little flat i think in the beginning. >> i did not thought the eagles would win comfortably with ten points. >> it is clear this isn't the ends for the eagles, loyal fan base next weekend travel to washington. >> much more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", palm springs california mourns two fallen officers. what the suspects' father is
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saying about the motive. >> and as a weakening matthew heads taught sea, still packs a punch for the coast of north carolina. we're back in two minutes.
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welcome back, alleged gunman in the kings of two palm springs police officers will be formally charged with murder tomorrow. police arrested john felix and took him into custody after lengthy stand-off sunday morning. police say felix emerged wearing soft body armor and caring ammunition, but no weapon. minutes before the shooting, the suspect's father allegedly told neighbors his son was inside acting crazy and wanted to shoot police. an eyewitness describes what happened. >> we were sitting here watching it. v. we heard couple of bang, bang, bang. we looked out. went crazy. it was rapid fire. >> officers respond the to the suspect's home saturday for family dispute. the slain officers are jose gilbert vague a and leslie,
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investigate a 35 year veteran of the force, and she had just returned back to work from maternity leave. third officer was wounded. >> matthew is moving away from the southeast coastline after forecasters downgraded the storm to a post tropical cyclone. matthew's winds are diminishing along the north carolina coast, some areas are still dealing with unprecedented flooding with entire communities underwater. the death toll in the u.s. climb to at least 18, with nearly half of those victims in north carolina. a reported 1,000 people were killed as matthew moved through haiti. >> time now is 4:43. >> katie is here with another check on your forecast, hey, katie. >> good morning to you both. thankfully that storm now starting to pull away. the renmant moisture still across down east maine at this point into atlantic canada, but pulling away, we can finally wipe our hands clean of the storm system and move onto thankfully much quieter weather so the clean up can continue. that's the thing with flooding it, tends to be not only a delayed reaction but a delayed
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recovery, as you just need the time for those contributaries and the flood waters to recede. so it will still be a little time. again, the rest of us will continue down that way. quiet weather here locally and across the eastern seaboard even back to the plane states. so out to the mississippi river, you are basically in the clear with nice cool dome of high pressure. looking at the current winds speeds, breeze toy windy. i draw the fine line, depending where you are, little breezier than other places into millville, allentown, quite light winds. but the overall theme it is out of the north. going to make it feel little bit cooler today. i would say for many of you this might be winter coat alert for the morning here, even later tonight that will be the story too. sun will shine today, breezy definitely cool for the standards, high no better than 64, below average as it stands, but factor in northerly breast, will make it feel cooler. lock at the f word, frost that is, 45 degrees in the city but it will drop into the 30's in a lot of spots at the lehigh valley and interior southern
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new jersey, actually frost advisory if you can believe it in place here tonight. first of the season, meanwhile looking forward in the forecast we warm things up, there is a cool front passage thursday into friday, meisha, but looks like it comes through dry, nothing more than couple every clouds, and modest cool down behind it. >> all right, katie, thank you. yep, 70 on wednesday, 64 today, okay, we'll see the sun, good news. good morning, everybody, happy monday. looking outside where we had an accident, one of the first of the morning, looking at 95 push willing in the southbound direction at girard, accident on the northbound side, blocking two lanes. but that has now since been cleared, what we are looking at, actually looking pretty darn good. we do have accident still lingering, southeast extension before the mid-county toll, looks like one car involved, one e-zpass lane right now is still affected so just heads up on that. it won't slow you down too much. just want to let you know it is out there if you are head in the that direction. we do have a lot of construction out there this being one of the areas, hatboro, byberry road closed right now, replacing some
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railroad crossing. this will be closed between new street and penn street, 9:00 a.m. today and it will go on through friday, 7:00 p.m. you will have to use an alternate montgomery avenue probably your best bet, again, heads up on that. just reminder and i will be talking about it this morning, construction here as well. pa turnpike, between valley forge and downingtown, left lane block, more construction coming up in about ten to 15 minutes, jim, back to you. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, the man behind tezsla tweets about the company's new product. >> we will show you one smashing good time for a good cause when "eyewitness news" continues.
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stay updated with katie's forecast on our sister station "kyw news radio 1060". with less than a monthing it before the presidential election, many notice willing scar at this of political sign in our area. eye of the beholder philadelphia high school student lending their views and voices to inter-active
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exhibit at the moore college of art. and there are 11 weeks until christmas. amazingly some people have already finished their holiday shopping. check in two, three, four times a day, "kyw news radio" 1060 on your a.m. dial. >> well, time now 4:49. time for check on business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us live this morning from the new york stock exchange, good morning, jill. i know the jobs report came out friday. let's breakdown what this means for interest rates. >> well, most analysts say the federal reserve is still on track for a rate hike, possibly by the end of the year. labor department says the economy added about 156,000 jobs last month. fewer than expected but it is still considered pretty solid. the unemployment rate picked up slightly to 5%, that means, more americans are looking for work. brooke, jim? >> jill, i know tezsla ceo tweeted something new. what do you know about that? >> all right, ceo tweeted yesterday about new tezsla product that will debut
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october 17th. he says it is, quote, unexpected by most the debut comes right before tezsla solar city energy system event. some speculate it could be new vehicle or possibly improvement to the self-driving features. brooke, jim? >> didn't give too much away. that's why they call it a tease. thanks so much, jill. >> we could learn from that, right? >> yes, exactly. >> every day. >> i don't give too much away. >> check in within the next hour. well, in other news, cbs-3 the "cw philly" and komen philadelphia are teaming up wednesday again in the fight against breast cancer turning local landmarks pink. >> take a look at moore college of art and design at philadelphia, glowing in pink. october national breast cancer awareness month. pink lights are reminder to schedule a mammogram and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. this is the 15th year for the light for the cure campaign, could you find more information at >> well, after the break, katie explains why it is time to dress for fall.
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because it's your turn to get ahead. >> good morning, hammy monday, everyone, looking ahead to pretty quiet week here across the delaware valley all courtesy generally speaking hive pressure, there will be frontal passage that taste plaques later this week although looks pretty lack lust nerve nature. so after what had been a pretty dreary weekend just generally speaking, things are now clearing out nicely. you can even see on the tail end of the loop if you are watching just hd the retreat of the rain across new england. but we're back into sunshine, once it does rise, but it is a cool day. it is a cool dome of high pressure, as a result, the first frost advisory of the season takes effect later tonight. notice, philadelphia county not included, but good portion of southern and even central new jersey for that matter, not to mention outlying suburbs back through chester, montgomery, upper berks and points north and west. you will be in that frost advisory starting at 2:00 in the morning, about the time those temperatures really have
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a chance to bottom out. now in the city, early morning low tomorrow, 45. that's chilly enough. but it is going to be a lot cooler through the outlying suburbs, but notice, quiet weather, lasting us through the week, cold front that crosses thursday into friday, certainly knocks the temperatures back, and bridges in couple every clouds, but at this point, not expecting any wet weather from it. so nice long lived break it looks like, meisha. >> so nice, katie, great, thank you. nice way to start off on monday i would say. morning, looking outside, accident northeast extension southbound for the mid-county tolls, one e-zpass lane right now affected and sound like it is only one car involved. just heads up on that. not going to slow you down too much. but i want to pull your attention to this here. this is where a deer was hit by a car, and it was still in the road. northeast extension southbound between lansdale, mid-county it is blocking a right lane. so just make note of that. poor dear. forty-two northbound both directions between 544 and 295, there is a traffic shift here. and also, right around that area, 295 both directions between 42 and route 168
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tractor shift here. those every in you jersey heads up on that this morning. we have more construction, pa turnpike week between valley forge and downingtown, left lane block, in that area, guys, looking at the censor maps, won't slow you down too much right now. we're just heading towards that 5:00 hour. certainly can in the 5:00 hour if it doesn't get out of our way. more construction hatboro, byberry closed between new street, penn street, 9:00 a.m. today. >> this will go on through friday until 7:00 p.m. you will have to use that alternate, jim, over you. >> thank you, meisha. not a fan of halloween or just love to smash things, would you have loved the fun they had at university city. >> teamed up for pumpkin smash 2016. this was the six year for the event, included of course pumpkin smashing along with other pumpkin theme activities. money raised goes to morris animal refuge, the oldest animal shelter in the united state. >> well, coming up: things are starting to return to normal in hoboken, after horrific train crash. >> we'll tell you what's next, and show you how commuters are
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being impacted today. >> please clean up continues to our south after hurricane matthew. we'll let you know how soon evacuees can start returning to their home. we're back at the top of the hour.
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> another fiery confrontation between the presidential contenders. have both candidates are react to go their performances this morning and the big moments of their second debate. >> you're looking live at the trump taj mahal, which is about to close its doors and go out of business. you can see a lot of people are upset. we'll tell you what this means for atlantic city. >> and, after a big train crash, things start getting back to normal at hoboken's train station. what this means for commuters. today is monday, october 10th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> morning, ladies? good morning, happy monday, you guys, kicking off brand new week together. things are looking pretty good out there. couple every accidents that we had, most moving out of the
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way right now, but a deer was hit, blocking little bit of the northeast he can tension. we will talk about that. >> weather very quiet at least it, looks like it will that i that way the majority of the forecast very tranquil. matthew no long area concern for the east coast, down east maine still getting hit with some rain, but that's all left of the storm, and here we dried out nicely. in the wake of this now that high pressure is pulling in, the breeze really picking up which we'll discuss throughout the show. right now storm scan looking at just three hour loop. it is completely tranquil. it will likely stay this way through the majority of the entire week, courtesy of high pressure, bank on sunshine, also bank on the fact that temperatures drop a lot more readily and in the clear skies through the overnight. so by comparison to this same time yesterday, you're anywhere from ten to 12 to 14 to even as many as 16 degrees cooler by comparison. so, definitely noticeable difference, factor in the breeze, yes it, will feel little colder than that. so 50 degrees made to feel easily five, maybe up


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