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>> yes. >> a lot of people will be tired today. a lot of people the roads right now they are looking great. one thing i'm getting tweeted about they want to know if it will rain during the morning commute. >> nope, you are good. you might see drop of rain on the windshield. not enough, for one thing, an umbrella but might put windshield wipers on wraps. you can see even on storm scan that further inland there are a few showers popping up out there but further inland. unless you are traveling to the state capitol you have business out that way maybe you'll see wet weather before the morning drive is all said and done, perhaps even in the accounts stream, western edge of our suburbs. the here's philadelphia, traveling, i think you're good. you will sees additional cloud, skew sunrise, but overall in the bad at all. meanwhile as day progresses, we could see a stay shower. this isn't a wet day, enough to make mention of the fact to see a shower, but not enough that it absolutely desperately requires the umbrella though. it is one of those days. sixty-five for the temperature, that is our
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normal high on this day of the year. off to a very mild start. not as warm as yesterday this same time but still 65, at 5:01 in the morning, not bad. sixty-nine by 9:00 a.m. and we will trend up, on the thermometer. seventy-seven by 3:00 p.m. we could still see a stray shower here today but overall, meisha, partly sunny and just so hyle. >> seventy's certainly. maybe just pack that umbrella for later, guys but great news about the morning commute. right now things are looking thighs. all that construction getting cleared out. ninety-five south at academy this is what we are looking at here taillights in the southbound direction. just looking really thighs. vine street expressway was opened last night for that construction, take a look, for those heading out the door maybe before the babies go off to school, thinks what you are working with. we are looking nice. any direction you go on the vine, east or westbound, 422, taillights moving in the eastbound direction at pennsylvania turnpike zoomed in here. not quite the sure why. we will show you dry roadways. construction northeast extension southbound between
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quakertown and mid county. we have a moving crew in the right and left lane. we will see brake lights as they follow behind or try to get around those morning crews. construction here pennsylvania turnpike westbound between valley forge and downingtown that is still out there, two right lanes are block and they are affect, jim and rahel, back over to you. well, new this morning a two alarm fire in south philadelphia send one person to the hospital overnight, flames broke out at 3:20 this morning on the 900 block of sold salter street. fire went to nearby homes. fire fighters had a hard time getting to the fire because streets in that area are too small for fire trucks. the good news all of the resident and pets got out, although one person was treated for smoke inhalation. also new this morning police say a man answering a craigs list ad end up getting robbed, and then shot. >> "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao is live outside southwest detectives as the police search for a gunman, good morning, jan. >> reporter: good morning, that is right. search is on for shooter,
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victim is already out of the hospital, already treated and released but he is fortunate he wasn't more seriously injured. police are asking people who do business on web site like craigs list to do business the right way, choose a spot outside of the police station. lets look at the video this robbery and shooting happened just before 11:00 last night, here at the rite aide on the 6300 block of lebanon in overbrook. police say man and woman from delaware county came here to buy an iphone six listed on craigs list. seller set the location which police say turnout to be a dark parking lot of this closed rite aide. investigators say when the pair arrived the 23 year-old man got out, took his honey out to make a purchase. that is when the souler pulled out a gun and tried to rob him. he struggled, victim ended upshot in the leg. he got back in his car and he drove to a kfc just blocks away to call police. victim's car was still there this morning. police are reminding people of the do's and don't's of craigs
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list. >> reporter: as we always try to explain to people whenever we do such thing just do it in the right time and right place, high volume of people, police stations, there are 21. police stations in the county. do tonight front have of the police station. but to come in an area unfamiliar to it is a very dangerous situation. >> reporter: so some common sensory minders, there. good reminders nonetheless. the the victim is going to be okay. the as far as suspect goes police don't have a good description. we are reporting live outside southwest detective this morning, jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". rahel and jim back inside to you. police issued an arrest warrant for a 17 year-old wanted for shooting someone in rittenhouse square tuesday night. police say the victim who was trying to stop the teen from robbing a couple was shot five times. that good samaritan is expected to be okay. police tell us that the the suspect actually knew the couple he was trying to rob. well, officers shoot a rifle wielding man in philadelphia's mayfair section after refused to drop his
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weapon. when shooting happened in the 6300 block of crafton street about 6:00 o'clock last night. investigators say officers asked the man to put down the weapon and then shot him in the arm after he didn't comply. negotiations remain stalled this morning as faculty at 14 state universities enter day to second of the walk out. teachers how much the picket line at west chester university and some students joined them in solidarity. tens of thousands of students across the state arrived to empty classrooms. negotiations broke down late tuesday over health care, salary and adjunct professors. wednesday night the union says on its facebook page that the strike will even, when negotiators reach a contract. turning gears now in campaign 2016 donald trump and hillary clinton go head to head again in their final debate. >> with the election less than three weeks away both candidates hope the night convinced voters. weijia jiang is in las vegas with the highlights of the final on stage battle, weijia? >> reporter: jim and rahel, that it started calmy and it
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looked like the debate would be policy driven n fact first question was about the future of the supreme court. candidates clashed over their dramatically different plans for the country but a heated confrontation, conversation quickly turned into a deeply personal confronttation. >> showdown ended as it the began without a customary hand shake between the presidential nominees, but one of the most controversial moment of the night when donald trump refused to say whether he will accept the outcome of the general election. >> i will tell you at the time. i will keep you in suspense. >> that is horrifying. every time donald thinks thinks are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is, it is rigged against him. >> reporter: at least three republican senators, including arizona's jeff flake, immediately condemned remarks on social media, as did clinton's campaign. this group of uncommitted
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voters was less divided. >> disconnection from a lot of the population from the the political process. >> no matter what the results are i will be okay with it, without knowing what will happy don't think anybody would do that about anything that was serious. >> reporter: third, final debate here in las vegas was dominated by substance from abortion to the economy, to russia interference this is election. >> from everything i see, it has no respect for this person. >> well, that is because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. >> both candidates addressed their looming controversies as well, clinton on his family foundation. >> i did as secretary of state was in furtherance of our country, interest. >> reporter: and trump on the numerous sexual assault allegations against him. >> i think they want either fame or her campaign did it, and i think it is her campaign. >> reporter: voters get their say in less than three weeks when they helped to the polls
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on election day. >> the republican national committee says it will accept the general election results, even if it is nominee does not. spokesmen sean spicer says rnc will respect the will of the people but added it probably won't make a difference because he says, trump will win. we are live in las vegas, jim and rahel, back to you. well, time is getting tight, there are only 18 days until election day that is november 8th, stay with cbs-3 for all of the updates on campaign, 2016. well, new jersey governor chris christie will appear in court next month in connection to the the so-called bridge gate scandal. christie is accused of failing to stop closures on the new jersey side of the george washington bridge back in 2013. critics say lane closures were done to punish the mayor of fort lee for not supporting christie. governor meantime denies wrongdoing. it is set for november 23rd. small plane crashes in the
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south jersey backyard and miraculously everyone survives. we will hear from the stunned home owner who says she had no idea what was going on in her house. super typhoon brings wind of 200 miles an hour to the philippines but not the wind that is threatening more than a hundred thousand residents we will have the details. and this former teacher is behind bars for sexually assaulting a young girl, we will tell you what he did after the verdict was read that shocked even the most harden courtroom watchers. harden courtroom watchers. we will be right i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate
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welcome back. outpouring of support this morning after a sheriff's deputy is shot to death in northern california. it happened, yesterday, in a rural area, 31 year-old deputy jack hopkins was responding to a disturbance call when he was killed. authorities immediately detained a suspect, hopkins is the state's fourth law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in just the last two weeks. also in california an english teacher convicted of sexually assaulting a teenager holds a razor out of his pocket and slashes his own throat this court. jeffery scott jones was rushed to the hospital yesterday after the incident yesterday in santa ana, an investigation is underway to find out how
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the 56 year-old managed to get the blade past security. his injuries are not life threatening and jones is expected to recover. back here at home two men are in the hospital this morning after their small plane crash necessary camden county. now federal investigators are trying to figure out what happened. plane crashed in the backyard yesterday afternoon in the 500 block of east linden avenue in lindenwald. officials say lane split in two, trapping men inside but both are expected to survive. home owner dorothy williams said she was shocked to come home from work and find a plane in their back yard. >> i'm just prayer full that they both survived and that they didn't hit the house, and that, you know, they are going to recover well. >> now no one on the ground was hurt and no homes were damaged. county hazmat officials will be back at the crash site to make sure that no fuel was leaking from the wreckage. one person is dead and five more are hurt after a crane falls off a miami building. authorities say high rise was under construction when it
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cascade of lumber and metal crushed the car below and sent people running for cover. one man running from the debris suffered a heart attack and died on the way to the hospital. others hurt are expected to be okay. in other news today we expect to get a better look at damage left behind there super typhoon hyma today. storm has left at least five people dead in northern philippines. the wind gusts, peaked at nearly 200 miles an hour, about 100,000 people are evacuated right now as landslides threaten much of the area. european space agency hopes to hear from its mars lander today, scientists lost their signal from the spacecraft as it entered the red planet's atmosphere yesterday. they admit it is a long shot, it only has a to days left before its batteries die. >> even they have battery problems up there, i thought it was just my cell phone. >> our weather weather fans are having problem with this forecast.
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>> eventually it is a slow decline, every single passing day. >> see, jim likes it. >> there were people that really like that fall weather. i wanted it but i won't say i was complaining about mid 80's and excuse to wear shorts and tank tops the last couple of days but gone are those days, even starting to take, it is still warmer than average today but we are not talking about 80's any time soon. we will start things off taking a look at skies scan three overlooking the south college and high atop hotel bethlehem in lehigh valley. you can spot, a shower, early then you will to the south and east. that is where we will see any showers popping up. nothing but dry roadways to start off here, and again that may change with time. lets go talk about temperatures as of yesterday, we have a lot of new numbers for the record books here, guys, check out wilmington 87 degrees on october 19th. just unreal. here in philadelphia we have shattered the record at 86. if we hit 86 in ac, trenton,
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allentown, 84. asterisk indicating new record. every single one of these record, you know, not without question, obviously here because we have had such a warm air has in place and very easy to set new record. here comes beginning of the next frontal boundary already bringing pretty heavy thunderstorms, a cluster accredits north central pennsylvania and that is where we will see these showers coming from. a stronger more potent cold front crossing through tomorrow. that sets us back to a dose of reality. frankly even cooler then average conditions here, for saturday and sunday. we will see these temperatures struggle to even hit 60 it looks like come saturday. then look the a the wind seed, jumping to early saturday morning. the these are sustained throughout the day. teens, 20's, pushing 30 even, in some spots and i think you'll have gusts as high as 30 plus miles an hour. it will be a very chilly autism seeks walk. i know that will be a great event though, just here's the heads up for you here, windy, showers possible, 53 at 10:00 a.m. at citizens bank
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park. jim, meisha, listen up, you will want to dress appropriately. more sun in the forecast for sunday and it is still brisk. meisha, back over to you. do you know why jim collapse, it is because he is excited to go snowmobiling with me. >> nice, nice. >> i cannot say i'll blame him. jim, i'll drive. boulevard southbound you guys we are looking good. i will say we are starting to heat up in the last 15 minutes, this is really starting to heat up. kind of a good indication what we are dealing with in the 6:00 o'clock hour. moving southbound direction of the boulevard you are heating up, same story on the schuylkill westbound at city avenue. we are holding steady here but we are seeing brake lights, more and more vehicles that start to get out there. schuylkill westbound at city avenue boulevard southbound those are two areas to keep my eye on but we are still looking okay. king of prussia, 422, this is basically what we're looking at. this is fairly typical. this is typically what we see. the eastbound side is heating up quicker then would i say
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westbound side is, but both, both, really are looking pretty good. one of the better sots. we have whole lot of construction in the next 15 minutes, rahel and jim, back over to you. meisha, thank you. now for a look at newspaper headlines across our region. >> from the cover of the mercury a philadelphia man lashed out at his victim in the montgomery county courtroom yesterday and had to be subdued by sheriff's deputies, after learning he faces up to nearly six decade in prison for sexually assaulting a teenage girl in pottstown. pedro alberta junior shouted at the victim as judge sentenced him to 15 to 57 years in state prison. lower headache field supervisors last night reject a resolution that would have urged state general assembly and congress to inact a series of gun control measures including background checks on all gun sales and limit on clip size. several supervisors who voted against the resolution on the ground that the townships can this is regulate firearms the
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measure was useless. from the spirit of the delaware county historical society is attempting to block demolition of the crozer house, the home which dates back to the 1800's was once owned by john crozer who built crozer hospital. that is a look at some newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. all right. well, eagles getting ready to take on undefeated vikings. >> meisha's head is spinning around back there, why the bird are speaking highly of bird are speaking highly of their former teammate sam when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo
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time is 5:22. one half of the world series hatch up has thousand been decided. >> eagles are getting ready to meet a familiar face. sports director don bell, he has the details. >> reporter: hey, just curious if you had ticket to the eagles game sunday against vikings would you boo sam
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bradford? would you really give to it him? it is a topic of conversation. bradford returns to the link after being traded eight days before the season. he demanded a deal earlier in the year but played good solder by showing up to camp, now he is on the undefeated vikings. game time 1:00 p.m. sunday. fifth round rookie halapoulivaati vaitai will get another crack at right tackle in that game. was overwhelmed by washington in his pro debut sunday but head coach doug peterson says he has full confidence that big v will get the job done. moving on to the ice now a day of rest for the flyers, they arrive back in philadelphia yesterday, after losing to chicago, and the game was absolutely ridiculous. they trailed four to throwing. tied it up and then lost seven-four. but now time to turn the table. they help anaheim in the home opener. it is important for the guys to stay grounded. also, for the first time since 1997, cleveland indians are american league champs.
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last night they beat toronto blue jays three to nothing in game five. cocoa crisp and carlos santana with solo home runs. they will play either l.a. dodgers or the chicago cubs. hey that is all for sorts i'm don bell, have a great day. that cubs/dodgers series is now tied at two games appease after cubs beat l.a. last night ten-two. cubs hadn't scored a run in the last two games but they surely hade up for it last night. anthony rizzo had home rips for the cubs who have not been to the world series since 1945 and they have not won since 1908, game five is tonight in l.a. sixers wrap up their preseason friday night against miami heat. >> they tip off next wednesday night and it seems like everyone is loving joel embiid's moves on and off the court. >> ♪ that is during the open
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practice at temple university. look at him go, sixers fans are hoping his surgically repaired foot holds up when the season starts. >> yes. >> john bon jovi says that despite reports he is not buying an nfl franchise. >> he has been linked to a possible sale of the tennessee titans. bon jovi is a past winner of the marion anderson award and past owner of the philadelphia soul arena league team. he did try to buy a piece of the buffalo bills a while back but right now he is in the music business only. titans ownership says the team is not for sale. coming up next on "eyewitness news" we're talking with undecided voters getting real time reaction toss last night's debate. plus a look at south jersey's competition, and also this. >> it is a tribute fitting for a king i'm justin finch at kimmel center where philly pops new show, is all shook up. good morning everyone a
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week even watch for you here to give you a sense of how weekend will shape up. it has been so mild and continues to be so even today but you'll see a substantial drop on the thermometer readings come saturday, with a wind, ambitiously blowing as high as 30 miles an hour plus, it will feel in better than 40's in the city. we will need to bundle up but sun will shine especially on sunday, stay there we will be right back with the full
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. katie: i'm katie mcginty vo: have plenty in common --mey they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women.
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well, the calendar says fall but the temperature says, summer, after yesterday's record setting highs, katie's tracking chance of showers today plus she will tell us when temperatures will drop again. good morning i'm rahel solomon. aim jim donovan. katie has your forecast, meisha is watching the road. here's what you need to know to start your day in the morning behind. two alarm fire in south philadelphia send one person to the hospital, overnight. the good news all of the residents and pets got out. all these comments. >> reporter: craigs list meet up end in the shooting in overbrook. >> police say this shooting victim is really lucky he wasn't more seriously injured overnight. >> i will tell you at the time and keep new suspense.
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>> donald trump refusing to say if he will accept results of the election if he lose necessary november. >> he is den grading, talking down our democracy and i for one am appalled. >> well, that is because wow rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet you are the puppet. >> you are the puppet. >> no you are the puppet. >> no you you are the puppet. >> that was less juvenile then the debate. >> you have to give stephen colbert and his crew robs because they are able to come up with this stuff fast. >> all season long. >> run in the room give me your socks right now we need to make something up. >> yes. >> talk about good material, to work with. >> yes, yes. >> you are right though, looking ahead to another very warm day. it is not 86 degrees that we hit yesterday,

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