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>> this is reality television we need to get out there and check that out. >> how do you rally up, that many chickens. >> i don't know. >> they are trying to cross the road. >> i would take them home as my pets. >> how is weather. >> okay. you mentioned the roads are very, very cooperative. it is tranquil, clear as a bell out there. there could be a few little patches of fog in a couple spots this morning but generally speaking we are looking good here. expect to see that sunshine throughout the take once it does rise and we need another hour and change before that takes place but it does look like it will be a milder day. the temperature is changing in the last 24 hours is reflecting that. we are four to five to 6 degrees milder then this same time yesterday. in short we have a surplus on the thermometer, as it relates to the thermometer readings, we are talking 50 degrees in philadelphia, lower 40's missing the temperature reading there in mount pocono
but your lower 40's there, calm wind every where, 45 degrees currently in at atlantic city. there is still a chill in the air but not as cold as yesterday was and we are expect to go rebun a little bit more readily here. seventy is what we are shooting for. few more cloud but overall this looks like another are nice fall day, a few changes down the road here, we will track some rain and we will do that later in the show. >> nice change, kate toy put on a jacket, scarves, boots. >> yes. >> absolutely. >> i welcome it. >> thanks very much. we are looking outside, good morning by the way and happy wednesday, interstate i-95 in the southbound direction at cottman coming around the s curve. we are seeing brake lights we are slowing down just a little bit but overall looking like a typical wednesday. blue route headlight moving in the southbound direction at media swarthmore what you're looking at right there holding steady there but it will heat up a little bit and ben franklin bridge, coming westbound into center city this is what you are looking
at. not bad. this is looking good. ben franklin bridge nice shot there. this is that accident in delaware we were just discussing route one southbound near smyrna all lanes block right now two tractor trailers involved one overturned as we were just talking about spilling a load of chickens. you will to have use route 13 southbound is your best bet, jim and brooke, back over to you. well, new this morning neighbors are finally allowed back into their north philadelphia homes after a early morning fire forced them to scrapple tomorrow safety. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao is live on broad street where intersection just reopened, jan. >> reporter: brooke and jim, this was certainly a job well done by philadelphia fire department and first responders out here in north philadelphia early this morning. you can see behind me here this morning that broad street at pike street has reopened to traffic, neighbors have been allowed back inside and there were no reported injuries as a result of this vacant house fire here this morning but take a look at this eyewitness
cell even if video. this is what crews were up against very chaotic moments out here this morning. this fire started in a rehome here just before 1:30 at north broad and pike street. we are told no one lives there and in one lives in the home next door either but this fire did pose a danger to the other neighbor here, as fire fighters went door to door making sure everyone lives here were out safe liz this morning. "eyewitness news" spoke to the man lives closest to where this home fire broke out and he lives with his grandfather. while his grandfather woke up, got out he was fast asleep and never smelled smoke and that is when first responders stepped in. >> there was in smoke up in there, it happened so fast, i don't know, the lady came and knock on the door and told me to come on and leave the house. so i had to leave with nothing on. some people out here gave me some things to put on
basically everybody is looking out for everybody. >> now, fortunately he is back in his home with his grandfather, and rest of the neighbors. you can see now quiet out here, besides the traffic this morning fire crews moved out around 5:30. fire marshall will to have determine the exact cause of this fire, and neighbors say that the house where the fire started was a vacant home. reporting live, this morning, jane carabao cbs-3 "eyewitness news". unfortunately in one was hurt. take a look right here over magee avenue at edmond sleet in the tacony section. fire fighters battled a late night garage fire here. flames broke out at 11:00 last night and took 30 minutes for fire fighters to get the upper hand. fortunately no one was hurt. fire marshall's office tells "eyewitness news" they are investigating the cause. so we are now down to 26 days until voters choose a new president. today donald trump campaigns
in the the key state of florida as brian webb reports the republican nominee is now waging a two front war against rival hillary clinton and leaders within his own party. >> make sure you you get out and vote november 28th. >> reporter: moments after mistakenly urging supporters in florida to vote on the wrong date donald trump unleash a new line of attack against rival hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton is the vessel, a corrupt global establishment that is raiding our country. >> reporter: earlier trump took to twit era announcing shackles were off before calling paul rye a weak ineffective leader. the house speak even was among does hopes distanced himself from trump in the wake of the access hollywood tape. >> your vote really, really, really counts, a lot. >> reporter: hillary clinton campaigned alongside al gore in miami yesterday amid release of more e-mails allegedly obtained from the accounts of the clinton campaign chair john podesta,
one of the e-mails published yesterday, purports to show now interim dnc chair donna a brazil a cnn contributor at the time, giving clinton's campaign advanced notice on cnn town hall questions. another suggests clinton's press secretary alerted aid that the justice department was about to release a court filing regarding her e-mails. clinton aid say that information was publicly available. brian webb for cbs-3 eyewitness news. there is a usual to release out takes from donald trump's the apprentice. former produce other have the reality show said presidential candidates hade remarks far worse than what he said in the recently 2005 video. gloriaal red and several women's group says public has a right to know what trump says. >> i think that his own word and his own conduct in the work place are certainly legitimate issues. i mean the a rent advertise
may have been a television she but it was also a work place. >> apprentice creator hashing burn it says he does not have legal right to release footage. hearst after trump tape hit air waves, kelly oxford launched a twitter feed asking women to tweet sexual assault or specifically the first time that they were sexually assaulted. she started sharing her own and as it continued she ended up getting two per second. >> it is hundreds of people with the same perfectible story, and telling them, maybe for the first time. >> by monday morning, oxford received 27 million tweets, many with the #in the okay. in other news, comcast is find millions of dollars for wrongfully charging customers. more than a thousands complained they were charged for services they never agreed to and tried to get a refund which took hours or even weeks to get answers. some even reached out to the fcc for help. >> my services went from $80 a in to about $200 a month.
>> you have a bill, five dollars more expensive, ten will dollars more sensitive, it is the same issue. >> fcc spokesmen says comcast refunded customers who reached out with billing disputes so the 2.3 million-dollar fine money will go to the u.s. treasury. comcast will to have submit a 90 day report and annual reports to the fcc over the next five years. a new leader is in charge at temple university. trustees voted tuesday evening to a point richard evening leather as president. he has been acting president since july when trustees ousted neil theobald from the position. temple's board says he has earned an outstanding reputation over the course of his 40 year career at temple and one of the big issues he inherits is controversial proposal to build a stadium on campus. here's a question do you get dizzy after standing up too fast? it is cause for concern, we will tell you why in the healthwatch. what an epic fail for implosion crews trying to bring down this nine three-year old bridge, find
bridge connecting with little rock fell in the arkansas river with the help of the barge. earlier, the explosives, just didn't work. the nine three-year old bridge is being replaced with a new one, contractor has until this morning to get the metal from the old bridge out of the river. well, president obama sets a goal to send people to mars and bring them back safely to earth, by the 2030's. >> the president says he wants nasa to team with private companies to accomplish the mission. the franklin institute chief astronomer derek pits spoke with "eyewitness news" sees a skype saying the deadline can be met. >> it is certainly possible to do in less than two decade, there is in question about that. some technology is there, some infrastructure already exists. >> pits points out we were able to send a man to the moon within eight years of the president kennedy's speech with much less advanced technology. all right.
katie's outside, meisha is still inside though. >> yes. >> are you kidding? to the moon. >> to mars. >> okay. >> one heck of a dream drive we are expecting really nice fall weather. in the next dream drive we will take you somewhere you can see some fall foliage starting to pop out there. we are looking at storm scan three, you crack me up. storm scan is nice and quiet. high pressure in place at this point. you might see a few little will pockets of fog here and there but very, very few and far between generally seeking in the sunshine but i wanted to zoom things out, two things to point out here, next system that brings our next rain chance as it relates to tomorrow not everybody gets hit and then this just a above cbs-3 eye we have an eye of your own here at hurricane nicole which is in threat to
north america. but this is looking well define then it did this same time yesterday. it is still moving. you look closely enough moving north/northwest it is still expect to make a turn back to the right and then go north east and then very likely in the just brush bermuda but make an close approach to the island itself. hurricane warnings posted there and decent category two storm system. meanwhile sun will shine back here stateside throughout the day-to-day we expect to rebound to 70-degree high. sun officially rises at 7:09. we have time to kill before that happens we can expect that sun some shine all take. patchy if you go redeveloping that lingers tomorrow morning before we see sun break it apart and north and west specifically in the city you will see a shower, not enough to require an umbrella but behind that cold front temperatures take a hit, over to you. >> i'm bringing to you mars with me.
>> good morning, guys. we are looking at a disable vehicle this was a car fire we saw fire truck out there a little bit ago southbound blue route off ramp to ridge pike you can see we have people outside walking around. problem is that will in the slow you down too much, it is not anyone traveling around but when we do have people outside their vehicles and still very dark out there which is is right now we can see problems. just a head up that is where we have that. delaware county i-95 north leading up to the airport this is what we are looking at, we are looking nice in the northbound direction and in new jersey we are starting to heat up on 42, 42 tree way north bound approaching 29 just a sea of headlights. southbound side we are seeing break light as well. northbound side is where i have my eye and it is looking slow. accident route one in delaware we will talk about this coming up in 15 minutes but first we will take a quick break, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right
for a look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> on the cover of the trentonia an for third time
this year a male employee at a new jersey women's prison has been charged with sexual assault. late's rest involves three two-year old brian ambrose, a senior corrections officer at man hand correctional facility in clinton. authorities say he engaged this sexual relationship with an inmate at that prison. from the bucks county
courier times at the regional school has shifted in to high tech. the catholic school in northampton has invested $81,000 in a new media center and other equipment to design the student for rapidly advancing digital world. in the times hurled a halloween party for special need teens, and young adults, on october 16th the park bistro in skippack will launch new chapter of fantastic friend whose mission is to create meaningful relationships for young adults and teens with special needs,. that is a look at some newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. well, on the cbs-3 healthwatch, do dietary supplement really work. >> national survey of 38,000 people, find more than half of the adults, take dietary supplements. researchers found multi vitamin use dropped, vitamin d supplement use tripled, and use of fish oil supplement also increased. researchers say while fish oil supplements may prevent heart disease and cancers there is
little will proof other supplements are even helpful. here's something interesting have you ever stood up to fast and got dizzy. that is caused by a sudden drop in blood pressure and linked to the higher risk of developing dimension a researchers followed over 6,000 elder liz and healthy people for 22 years. they say that participant with this particular type of low blood pressure called hypertension got less blood pushed to the brain. overtime that can lead to brain dysfunction. and, running, repairs the brain according to a canadian study. researchers working with mice discovered mol school that is triggered by running. it helps heel protective coat ago this surrounds and insulates nerve fibers this is brain. well, starting next year social security checks will be getting a little bit bigger, that is coming up in the next half an hour. >> but first tim tebow on the road to saint hood, we will show you what he did for a fan who appeared to have a
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stuff that is best october taste are made of with plenty of sunshine, comfortable, crisp air in place, temperatures where they should be so we're talking mid to upper 60's and this is regional wide. no matter your outdoor plan they are looking good and if you don't have any out door plans i suggest you make some it is looking good this weekend. guys, back to you. a lot of you are talking about former eagle tim tebow this morning. >> back in june former heisman trophy winner prayed next to the man tying on the the airplane, that man recovered, now tebow, a baseball player and as kerry van horn shows us he was this is right place at the right time, once again. >> reporter: from football to baseball and now miracle worker? >> it feels fine. obviously done more at plate. >> reporter: what tim tebow didn't do at the plate he hure did in the stands. >> i think one of the awesome things, i think one of the awesome things. >> reporter: just moments
after being heckled following his air zone fall league debut number 15 yum pink into action to save a fan. cameras rolling the man down from an apparent seizure, tebow liens over to say a prayer, witnesses say moments later the hand jumps up, fire fighters still at his side. that was kerry van-reporting. the pick was tweeted and tebow reach out to pray for the fan. when the fan woke up he joked, a former quarterback at university of florida. he is a georgia man. tebow responded you're kidding me. happening today october fest opening up at dilworth plaza. >> this is video of the fall festival, the party will have plenty of food, beer garden and autumn inspired cocktails. >> yeah. >> there is plenty of old school board games to play. if you are looking for somewhere to watch games this week up, october fest has that too. watch on large flat screens, festival starts today and end
sunday the 16th. well, coming up in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news" millennial voters and their impact on the presidential election. plus there has been another train derailment in paulsboro, this time close to a high school. find out if anything leak and if the community is in any danger, justin. brooke, jim, changes could soon becoming to the the way tobacco items are sold and advertised here in philadelphia, i'm justin fin watch those details in a live report at 6:30. justin looking outside we have a disable vehicle car fire on the blue route and accident in delaware involving an overturn tractor trailer and spilled chickens we will have those updates coming up but first lets take a quick break
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coming up, good morning, i'm jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. it is almost 6:30. here's what you need to know today in your morning minute. >> i looked up, looked up at the fire and said i don't any clothes on. >> chaotic moment for people living on this block in north philadelphia early this morning but you can see everything is kind of winding down. >> make sure you get out and vote november 28th. >> twenty days too late trump supporters would miss election day. >> i'm running against a guy who denies science. >> clinton will hold rally with is in colorado and nevada my services went from $80 a month to $200 a month. >> comcast is slapped with a 2.3 million-dollar fine for wrongfully charging customers. this is largest fine ever against a cable company. i am a new cover girl. >> milestone for make up giant cover girl, 17 year-old high
school senior james charles would be first male to appear in cover girl ads. that young make up artist has over 400,000 twitter followers. james charles said he started to try on make up a year ago, he is only 17 years old and qued owes to cover girl for breaking those gender norms. >> compact right here on the test being here, you know, sometimes you have to. >> how did they skip over you, i like this guy but how did they skip over you. >> i could be older version. >> just a couple years. >> little resemblance i saw a few freckles in here. >> my instant tan otherwise i would be looking like casper the friendly ghost up here. >> we have seen that. >> i'm out. >> okay. it is very quiet the here, weather-wise this is delaware valley. you had mentioned this fantastic day ahead and looking very similar to what we saw yesterday with minor changes. we expect to see temperatures
rebound more readily. we are starting storm scan on a quiet note as we have, and we expect nothing but normal. sunshine throughout the day a lot milder then this same time yesterday. 42 degrees in mount pocono. this was a spot that felt more like 20's and bottom out to and below freezing mark in some instances. forty-three is temperature at trenton. thirty-nine in allentown. coolest spot of the pack here. fifty in philadelphia. that is right where we should be. we may knock another degree off, maybe two but regardless it looks like we will start to rebound here eventually, and we will have 70 degrees for ride home for kid. not too much wind here more sun then anything but a few additional cloud that rebuild with time here. not just for school day but anything you have going on today certainly no umbrellas required. i would have an extra layer walking out and meisha, sunglasses are good too. >> we will need them today, katie, thanks very much. we are looking at live chopper
three over an accident in delaware, route one southbound near smyrna all lanes blocked alternate route 13 southbound is your best bet, one overturn that spilled chickens and they were alive, you guys, the chickens were alive. we will not get too close to this scene but i can tell you a really sad case here. the driver of the vehicle, they are okay, be in was hurt. the overturned tractor trailer carrying chickens only thing or things or being hurt in this situation were in fact the chickens. just so you no, we do have that closure. you will to have youth route 13 southbound as your alternate. yikes, that is quite sometime before that cleans up. anywhere around that area avoid it at all cost route one southbound right now is closed in smyrna. lets move along here disable vehicle southbound blue route off ramp to norristown we had a car fire here. we will slow you down here,
you will see a couple people putting on their breaks but not slowing you down too much. ninety-five south at girard, 95 southbound you're looking slow. northbound side is where we have another disable vehicle, it looks like crews are trying to get that pulled off to the far left lane. the head up there because now northbound side of interstate i-95, that is also looking very slow because of the disable. schuykill taillights moving eastbound near king of prussia, take a look, this is looking pretty good as we move in the eastbound direction, westbound side is where i have my eye, looking slower on the westbound side but overall, head up, starting to heat up there and also some construction here in delaware 495 northbound at route 13 left lane block until end of october, jim and brooke back over to you. 152 years after surgeon general warned about the health hazard of smoking philadelphia mayor jim kenney is hoping smokers will get the message once and for all. >> marries backing new rules to discourage tobacco sales. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is live, to tell
us more about it, justin? >> reporter: brooke and jim, good morning, over past several months we have seen city take a tough stance on smoking raising taxes on tobacco items back in august and now taking steps to limit tobacco advertising and sales here in the city. on a walk through kensington health commissioner doctor tom mcfarly gave cbs-3 health reporter stephanie stahl a close-up look at volume of tobacco ads seen by residents young and old every day. >> right at cruise level for child. >> reporter: as for the doctor hopes will be less common after city works fosterrering a smoke free generation as start with the new proposal to limit number of stores selling tobacco products in low income areas and also keeping those stores 500 feet away from schools. >> this is about quality have of, ones life and this is obviously this along with healthy eating, and promoting a safe environment. >> reporter: health department will hole public meetings on those proposals and hope they
will be official sometime next year. commissioner says philadelphia has highest smoking rate have of any big city in the u.s. and as of 2014, city counted one in ten city teens having pick up smoking. >> as young people get addict as teenagers and they are addict for life. we want to prevent these kid from getting a dick especially low income neighborhoods where it is not fair where they are getting heavier marketing of tobacco products. >> reporter: this is a major concern for city officials. they say smokings claims more lives and illegal drugs, homicide, diabetes and aids combined and even homicides as well. no vice, tobacco industry is not into these regulations and mayor will have more at 10:30 at city hall. brooke and jim, back inside to you. new this morning neighbors are finally allowed back in their north philadelphia homes after a fire forced them out. flames broke out just before 1:30 at north broad and pike streets. fire fighters went door to
door making sure all neighbors made it out safely, the cause of the blaze is under investigation. caught on camera employees at philadelphia's mail distribution center are accused of committing fraud. employees at the facility near suburban station were under surveillance for eight weeks. some, including supervisors allegedly put in for overtime they didn't work, or they were obsessively late. city controller's office says troubles the at the center resulted in late mail delivery. the city is working to recover losses from what it calls, fraud. it is unclear if any charges will be filed. meanwhile police are looking for two young suspects whom they say broke in the philadelphia academy charter school. this surveillance video from sunday shows a boy and a girl entering the school in the 11,000 block of roosevelt boulevard. police say they got away with several items from classrooms. if you have any information, call police. freight train jumps the tracks in paulsboro, gloucester county, the train was carrying lube oil when it
came off the track. there was in leak. four cars derailed at an interchange directly between paulsboro high school and boys and girls club teen center. local officials were told they derailed while backing over a separated section of track, town's mayor was among those who rushed to the scene. >> i think everybody's adrenaline goes up when we hear train wreck and news helicopters are flying over. >> it happened again, it is happening again what are we up against? what happened? what fell? what spilled. >> this morning's derailment happened in the far from the site of the 202 paulsboro derailment and chemical spill which sent toxic vinyl chloride in the air. man lost part of the finger and suffered a broken nose in the hoboken train crash plans to sue. lawyers for shell den katz announced planned lawsuit against new jersey transit yesterday. the 66 year-old was a passenger in the front car of the train that crashed in the hoboken's terminal on september 29th. donald trump continues his
campaign in florida today, last night, g.o.p. nominee focus and on hillary clinton's hack e the males focus on wikileaks. >> hillary clinton is a corrupt global establishment that is raiding our country, and surrendering the sovereignty of our nation. >> earlier trump blasted, house speaker paul ryan for refusing to back his campaign, he tweeted, quote, despite winning the second debate in the landslide, every poll, it is had hard to do well when paul ryan and others give zero support. >> abe cnn polls, with clinton as winner at more than 20 percent. clinton focused on climate change campaigning in my am which former vice-presidential gore. >> climate change is real, it is urgent, and can take the lead in the world in addressing it.
>> today clinton planned rally with is in colorado and nevada. meanwhile at 75 million strong, many experts believe millennials will be deciding the factor in the upcoming election. while they are more likely to vote democrat, recent polls show an influx of millennial support for third party candidates. lena dunham and others recognized power in their votes. >> voting isn't the only way you engage but one of the most important ways and one of the ways that you can say what you do and don't think is acceptable. >> make a decision if you vote for them it is almost a in vote. >> there are complex issues in this election and i think just one or two word on social media can really have an effect on people. that is where people spend their time nowadays. >> millennials make up 26 percent of pennsylvania's 8.5 million voters. they are 35 percent of philadelphians, 1 million voters. people in social security
will sees an increase in their checks next year. >> find out how much next. all eyes on 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick this weekend but it has nothing to do with him taking the knee during national anthem, find out how he is getting another chance to prove his worth on the field, plus this. here in pottstown high school we will meet the a special football player that does it all but without vision. meet marvin pierson and his body guard up next. >> ♪ do you remember this? if you just can't get enough of their music you will love the big announcement next. deperson
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now is at 33 with more than half of the fatalities in north carolina. new jersey first responders have rescued at least 100 people from flood waters in north carolina. this is video of the new jersey task force one team at work in the town of lumberton, officials say people should follow evacuation order in area threatened by flooding. >> look a at the that. >> unbelievable. >> long time for those folks to dry out. >> yes, even if the flood waters recede, there is so much clean up. your heart goes out to those folks. thankfully at least we are not expecting the same kind of major drenching rainfall, anytime soon but our weather pattern is really nice in the next couple days minor hiccups on the way which we will discuss. let me go out to the eyewitness weather watchers, a wider zoom, your general trendies low to mid 40's, a few out liars where we are at 32 in gilbertsville where eileen is reporting from but let me zero in on these. forty-five at this hour, comes
in from lisa, she has a nice clear sky in is in wilmington. one of the milder spots of the pack. another 45-degree reading comes from kenneth martin, he has a handful of cloud nothing major in willingboro where it is just a little bit cooler but still a great day and even despite what we have out there with cool air it is milder, this time then it was yesterday this same time. cherry hill where we have multiple observation toss report but jenny sent in this one nice clear sky, she's at 42. she says dew point is at 40, we are seeing a little hint of extra moisture funneling in the delaware valley but overall still crisp and just generally tranquil and clear outside but still a good piece of advice to have an extra layer to walk outdoor, i personally grabbed heavier coat this morning. i felt just find out side all morning. looking at storm scan a quiet zoom, all clear across the northeastern united states say for handful of clouds in new
england but take a look we have got hurricane new category two nicole still spinning and it is tough to see because bermuda is a a small island but is there bermuda to be making a beast line for that island in the days ahead and will make closest path toward land fall tomorrow. next cold front will trigger next spot. i will jump you here, to tomorrow where we will have have fog to contend with, we should see sun but line of light rain moves through. bulk off to the north but from philadelphia a northwest is your best shot through mid to late afternoon between hours of two or three upward of 5:00 n fizzles away toward tail end of the night and we are left with sunshine rest of the day. today looks great, tomorrow watch for a shower thort and west we have a cold front and we cool down and sun sticks around for a while, meisha. >> thanks very much. >> we have live chopper three over an accident in delaware
involving two tractor trailers and one overturned that spilled a load of live chickens. this is route one southbound, you guys all lanes are block because of it. we were just seeing on the other side of this truck is where we were seeing the chickens, some still running around, and crazy scene right now. overall all lanes blocked, use an alternate, route 13 southbound will be your best bet, this looks like a very messy situation, you guys so avoid the area at all cross, even the alternate right now will get busy just an fyi. if you can you will want to if you cannot avoid the scene i can tell you it will be very busy around that area accident i-95 south atal gain that i left center lane another accident i-95 north at bridge street that left lane compromised plus an accident in west hampton, new jersey spring side road closed between rancocas and meadow brooke drives use jfk way or
stemmers lane, jim back to you. path attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a philadelphia woman in connection with the deed processing scheme. >> the suit alleged that wand a rodgers sent out letters like this one to new homeowners seeking payment of up to $227 for processing of their deed. letters gave the appearance they were coming from the cities department of records. when homeowners called phone number listed on the mailing the outing message gives the same impression. >> philadelphia deed and offices. >> reporter: ag office say rodgers has no association or connection to the city of philadelphia, lawsuit now seeks $1,000 for every violation of state consumer protection law. retirees may see a increase next year. 66 million beneficiaries will get a pay hike between .2 and .5 percent in their 2017 social security checks. according to the american institute for economic
research, that happened to be two to six dollars more per month making it smallest increase to date. >> time is 6:50. there is a lot coming up this morning. >> gayle king joins us live this morning with the preview from new york, gayle, good morning. >> hello brooke and jim. good to see you guys. more than a quarter of elect republicans say they cannot vote for donald trump. we will talk to u.s.a. today about what does this mean the presidency and control of congress but trump says challenge voters at the poles. how he suggested the election process is rigged could cause chaos some people say. seth down visit italian winery where secret to success is playing this kind of music, jim, it is class will california music to the vine. we like it. the news is back in the morning see new ten minutes. >> jim doesn't do any music.
>> i can do that. >> i'll play it in the consumer unit after the show, thank you gayle for that suggestion. >> okay. >> okay. >> just trying to help. >> see you guys. >> see you. >> bye. >> football as we know is a sport for only the toughest competitors. >> "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen introduces us to a high school athlete that has overcome some up credible odds just to play. >> when i heard about this a couple weeks ago i just had to meet this kid. imagine stepping on football field right now like liz you are not ready for 300-pound lineman or linebacker coming at you at full speed but 17 year-old marvin pierson is different and he is taking on all challenges. at pottstown high school their football team boosts one of the most special players in our region. >> my name is marvin pierson. i cannot see but still kick butt. >> marvin cannot see, he also cannot hear as he has benefited with implant but that is no the stopping him from doing what he loves. >> i want people to understand
that you are able to overcome, any obstacle in your path, whether it is, an amputated body part, whether it is being blind, hearing impaired. >> reporter: helping him are marvin's body guard, shown here, his guides on and off the field. draydennis his best friend and says every day with marvin is a lesson. >> it can teach people that no matter what you are going through there is always another thing you can put your mind to. >> reporter: zach is marvin's eyes and ear on the grid iron. >> i walk up and down the feel, i tell him what is going on, how quarterback, and i want to make him feel like he is watching the game and he knows is what going on. >> reporter: outside of football marvin is always on the go. >> i rest will, i play and run track, i rap and i read a lot and i made 17 fantasy football
teams. >> seventeen. >> yes sir. >> next year marvin hopes to a ten temple and kutztown. assistant principal and coach jeff delaney says in matter the situation, marvin is always upbeat. >> he has a love of life, he walks through hallways and always got a woman helping him through the hallway. he is having fun. you need to have more and more, school can be stressful senior year but you wouldn't know it. >> sum him up in one word. >> a live. >> perfect way to say about marvin his smiling, laughing engaging conversation and easy to see why they love him. guys, i swear to you one of the fastest kids i have ever seen. he made me race him and he blew me out. >> first of all kid always beat you you. >> thank you. >> no, large smile on your face, watching that. >> fascinating. >> like the three musketeers. >> that makes me so happy. >> thanks, pat, appreciate it.
>> great story. where former eagles coach chip kelly will start colin kaepernick in the 49ers game this weekend in buffalo, kaepernick has in the played yet this year but made plenty of headlines for his refusal to stand during the national anthem. 49ers starter blaine jab earth has been inconsistent and 49ers have struggled during chip kelly's first season as head coach. kaepernick says he is up to the challenge. >> i had a brief conversation before we got going with practice. i'm excited about it. i'm ready to go. >> 49ers are one-four under chip kelly this season. kaepernick's last start was in november of last season. british electronic group depeche mode is planning a new album and tour soon, 14th studio album will drop in the spring of next year and they will tour in europe starting with the stop in sweden. proceeds from the the tour will benefit a non-profit focusing on bringing clean
donald trump is in florida, focusing on her e-mails and waging war against top republicans who refuse to back his campaign. philadelphia's health department and mayor jim kenney want to limit number of stores selling cigarettes in low income communities. temple university has a new president, richard englart has been acting president since trustees as you ted need theobald from the position. lets check weather and traffic. >> very nice all day, unfolding for us, we have sun shining, looking closely a hint of haze off in the distance. any fog that we had has been really very few and far between but regardless we will see shore sun then anything. temperatures at 37 at kutztown but we're on pace spike go to 07 near city today with sunshine, meisha. >> take a look at this, we will do this quickly route the one southbound is closed near smyrna. use an alternate. fifty-nine southbound accident there as well. i will tweet that. >> next up on cbs this morning making wine grape things.
making wine grape things. >> join us every morning captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, october 12th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump declares war on republican leaders who are ba backing away from him in record numbers and more leaked e-mails reveal embarrassing moments inside hillary clinton's campaign. >> hurricane matthew, thousands vr rescued from the catastrophic flooding in north carolina. one swollen river threatens to split an entire county in two. a new survey reveals top three mistakes teenagers make behind the wheel. aaa say parents may share the blame. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> you say, okay, the shackles