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>> but i would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge, in the case of a questionable result. >> reporter: during wednesday's presidential debate trump would not say if he would accept the outcome. >> i will tell you at the time, i will keep you in suspense. >> reporter: candidates spared over the economy, fighting isis and manufacturing. >> in my apartment to take, on a very beautiful hotel, down the street known as trump. >> made with chinese steel. >> candidates are heading back to our area to rally supporters, donald trump will be in newtown tomorrow night and hillary clinton will make a stop in philadelphia on saturday. the debate set off a social media fire storm and donald trump dominated conversation. twitter said republican nominee was subject of nearly 60 percent of the tweets sent out about the candidates. top tweeted moment was trump and hillary clinton's discussion about treatment of would hen. clinton and trump will come
face-to-face tonight to roast each other at the waldorf astoria in new york, it is all part of the annual al smith charity dinner. tradition dictates that the candidates deliver humerus remarks poking fun at each other and themselves. we will see how that goes, and have latest from the dinner tonight on "eyewitness news" at 11:00. tonight trump campaign is also dealing with a new revolution, karena virginia says trump groped her at u.s. open this 1998. virginia told her story with attorney gloriaal red in new york city toy day. the yoga instructor and lifestyle coach felt intimidate by billion air businessman. >> reached his right arm and grabbed my right arm and then his hands touched the right inside of my breast. i felt intimidated, and i felt power less. >> donald trump has not responded to that accusation, but has denied any wrongdoing
against other accusers. the presidential race is coming down to the wire, we are now you just 18 days away from election day, stay with "eyewitness news" for latest developments from the campaign trail. philadelphia police are searching for the gunman who robbed and shot a delaware county man, he heat through craigs list. it happened around 11:00 this is overbrook section of the city. the 22-year old victim and his girlfriend went to 63rd and lebanon to buy an itone but police say suspect had other ideas. he pulled out a gun when victim started to pay him. two hen struggled and then the 22 year-old got shot in the leg. >> police station in the city of philadelphia, police stations in the county, do it in front of the police station, common area, that is not familiar to you it is very dangerous situation, and we're very fortunate this individual, will walk away with this with a minor injury even though he was shot. >> victim was treated and least leased from lankanol hospital and his girlfriend was not hurt. crews are working to day to remove wreckage of the
small plane that went down in a backyard in lindenwald, camden county. we now know the identity of the two men aboard who remain hospitalized. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos is live in lindenwald with more on that, greg. >> reporter: nicole, good afternoon. that plane was removed, wreckage just about an hour ago and crash landed around 1:00 yesterday afternoon where that white fence and that brown fence intersect and when you see wreckage it is incredible to realize both people inside, a man in his 60's, another in his 60's, somehow were able to survive. this single engine plane crashed landed, split nothing two. now being removed from the lindenwald, new jersey backyard. >> they are going to attempt to recover the lane, i presume by hoisting it out, putting it on a flatbed and taking it to the secure location so faa can continue their investigation. >> reporter: despite the appearance of the small private plane, fire chief
michael nolandis so very glad no one was killed. >> it could have been worse. we got lucky meaning us as fire department, you know, lindenwald with the resident and damaged property. we have areas on the other side of the town that a driveway that separate the houses and fit wouldn't have went over there it would have been totally different. >> reporter: police identified pilot as 66 year-old wayne gilchrist of marlton. during the crash wednesday his face was cut, he is in stable condition but investigators have not yet been able to speak with him. his passenger, david misek broke his hip but will be okay. >> total miracle. incredible. i mean god was right there with them. >> reporter: neighbor eric raced to the scene after hearing the crash. >> i heard, i heard it, and i stopped my car as fast as i could. >> reporter: like so many others it is amazed that this story has a positive ending. >> incredible. i cannot believe it. it is a miracle, like i said.
>> reporter: big question tonight is what exactly caused this plane to crash. the faa is investigating, they are trying to determine whether or not pilot error may have been a factor or whether or not there was some type of men california break down. we are live from lindenwald, new jersey, greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". faculty at more than a dozen state colleges and universities in pennsylvania are not in the class room. >> contract now, contract now. >> reporter: striking faculty returned to the picket lines on 14 campuses today, contract talks between their union and the state broke down earlier this week. our joe holden went back to west chester university, to get the latest. day two of the professor picketing at 100,000 students, are once again, out of the classroom. >> i think that everybody is kind of shocked that this actually came to this point. >> reporter: professors at 14 universities across pennsylvania, walk out on
wednesday morning, they are arguing negotiations went south, over curriculum issues, health care and salary. >> the fact that they are doing this i really support them. >> reporter: state system of higher education, the professors union and west chester all tell me that they are trying to make a deal. >> things are progressing. things, there is an attempt to still keep talking. >> we think that this kind of pressure creates pressure on that group and we hope that we're moving forward. >> reporter: meanwhile we have crunched the numbers, how much are students and parents getting hit in the pocket. are you thinking about the money what this is costing you for not being in class. >> yes, it will cost me maybe a few hundred dollars. >> reporter: he is pretty close, tuition and fees for west chester are $4,860. class necessary session for 67 days, that gives you, roughly $72 a day. so far, with one days lost, students are out about $145. >> we have sent e-mails out to the chancellor, president,
other administration requesting our money back, and hopefully that is what will happen. >> reporter: state says that if the strike end in a week, class would be the same as snow days but if the semester were to be wiped out, reimbursements would factor in. >> we're all concern. we want to make sure that the students get what they came here for. >> reporter: spokeswoman for west chester university says aside from the classroom end of things, the university is still opened. in fact, home coming is still on. she says it is a strike that goes beyond a week, then they may have to consider condensing the rest of the semester, she says that no decisions have been made and they will be made on a day by day basis. in west chester, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". as we continue tonight a question, have you ever called out sick when you are not sick. we won't tell. but wait until you hear some of the crazy excuses some people use and why some workers should come in and practice a little bit better. there is new video that show robbers that tied up and stole millions of dollars in jewelry, from kim kardashian
the video and what investigators are saying at 5:30. do you take a lot of selfies. well, some say selfies make them self-conscious about their chins, yeah, apparently there is a new procedure to fix something called selfie chin. lauren? all right. well, we have big changes in the forecast as we head in the upcoming weekend, after our stretch of record, and near record heat talking about high temperatures only in the 60's and i'll let you know when you need to bundle up
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well, there is no place like home, we are three games in the season and tonight fans get their first look in person at the 2016/17 philadelphia flyers. >> the season flyers celebrate their 50th anniversary of becoming a franchise in the nhl. sports director don bell joins us with more on that, hi there, don. >> welcome home. >> yes. the season is one week old and after playing three games on the road they are one-one and
one. fly guys are back in town. leslie van arsdal is in south philadelphia for home opener and she has more. >> reporter: thinks 50th anniversary season home opener, so this will be an emotional night, they are planning to pay tribute to the late ed snider, the founder of the team, they are preparing for that right now. that is why i'm in the dark. it should be a very, very emotional night for players of this team. they are giving out those bracelets. you may remember last time when bracelets were handed out during last season's six-one playoff loss that started to the tribute to the late mr. snider. the fans littered the ice with the bracelets. they were scolded and flyers were given a two minute penalty. players do not expect that to happen again. this is their first season without ed snider and this could be a meaningful game. coach dave hakstol hopes they can channel that energy. >> we spoke this morning and that is it, there is nothing more to be said. it is take that energy and
direct it, you know, in the right way in, to our game. you know, sometimes that is easier said then done but our group is going to be able to do that. >> flyers are just three games into the season. they are one, one and one and they hope to improve on that tonight. coming up at 6:00 i go one on one with flyers forward, wayne simmonds, reporting from the wells fargo center, leslie van arsdal for "eyewitness sports". >> all right, leslie, thank you. big game against anaheim tonight. there is such a thing as being too fired up, yes. dave hakstol, you know what, play within yourself. >> we will be okay. >> well, that too. >> yes. thanks, don. well, hyundai is recalling 63,000 sonata sedans over concerns that the sun roof could detach and fly into traffic. recall effects certain 205/16 sonatas including gas/electric hybrids. and improperly bonded windy fleck or could interfere with
the sun roof as it closes. if the sun roofies forced shut the glass panel could just fly off. high unday says there has been no reports of any injuries or accidents due to the problem. tesla is getting big, is betting big rather on the future of self driving cars. the company says that all of its new electric cars are produced with technology that will not require the assistance of a driver. cars will come equipped with eight cameras, 12 sensors and radar to monitor road conditions. testing of the new technology is now underway but tesla hopes to roll roll it out sometime next year. an apple says many so-called genuine apple accessories on amazon are actually fake. tech giant is suing a new jersey based company for imprinting apple logo on cable, chargers and selling them as real apple products on amazon. in the lawsuit apple claims that the fakes put buyers at risk of overheating, fire, even electrical shock. amazon is not named in that lawsuit. well, some days you don't
feel liking to go work. it find out people are willing to lie to get the daze off. >> survey from career builder find 35 percent of workers have called out sick when they were feeling just fine. and employers say that they have heard outrageous excuses. the one worker said that the ozone in the air flattened the tires, and could not come to work. another claimed they eat too much birth daze cake. one even said he had to attend the funeral of a pet of his wife's cousin. here's another outrageous excuse. >> i need to go to oklahoma because i'm getting engaged. >> did you that. >> i got engaged. >> what? >> a third of the businesses surveyed said that they tried to confirm workers are actually sick and sometimes, sometimes even drive by their homes. >> that is a a little crazy though. >> a guy who says he is getting engaged, eventually you have to follow that up. >> none of my collogues would ever do anything like that.
>> you get sick you don't want to be the boy that cried wolf. >> even when weather is this close. >> definitely not. we are all here come to work no matter what the weather is. even if it is in the 80's. to take we had a warm day but. that is about to come to a big even. we have to break back out the shirts. put those away. we will be breaking out winter coats once again and whipping wind but right now still feeling warmth across center city philadelphia some clouds, right now getting a live look our temperatures 76 degrees. well above average. east wind around 10 miles an hour, also elevated the moisture content, dew points up in the upper 60's right now. certainly a muggy factor. high dew points by october, standards and as we head in the daze tomorrow we will see some drizzle, areas of rain around, more shower activity as we head in the second half of the day. first half of the day will be more drizzly due to a warm front and we have whipping wind as we head in the upcoming weekend and some the of the coldest air of the season as well, after some
record heat, yesterday. high temperature, all of these numbers either tied or broke a record high temperature. we have topped out at 86 in philadelphia yesterday. 86 degrees in ac. not quite as warm at this hour but still very warm. 76 degrees in philadelphia. seventy-three in the lehigh valley. 75 degrees in millville. due to a big temperature contrast on the back side of the cold front ahead of the frontal boundary temperatures in the 80's and 70's behind that, high temperatures and current temperatures in the 60's and 50's and that cold front will drop through the delaware valley as we head through the day tomorrow. so for this weekend, it is back to fall, and some serious fall, with some high temperatures in the 50's, but with the whipping wind, especially, on saturday, those wind chill values will likely feel like they are in the 40's all throughout most of the day, so storm scan three is also showing us that frontal boundary generating showers and thunderstorm activity. in fact, for part of the pennsylvania, western and central severe thunderstorm watch in effect and we could see a few thunderstorms
especially late daze tomorrow across the delaware valley but for right now pretty quiet conditions say for a few syringe also in carbon and monroe county but what to expect as this boundary moves through tomorrow. tomorrow morning areas of fog, drizzle could reduce visibility. plan to that extra time as we head in the afternoon. scattered showers start to develop and especially in the evening. showers likely with a few embedded thunderstorms and breeze start to pick up as we head into tomorrow night. future weather showing us mainly quiet conditions as we head in the overnight period tonight, that line of showers, thunderstorm activity starting to approach slowly some of our western counties as we head into tomorrow afternoon and we will start to see shower, thunderstorm activity breaking up as we head, breaking out into the evening hours across the i-95 corridor and now this particular model, leaving some of this rain lingering into saturday morning, and i don't know if i'm buying it sticking around until 9:00 o'clock in the morning but stay tuned for that evolving forecast. we could see a few showers for the first part of the day on saturday but for the eagles game on sunday, beautiful conditions. the sunshine returns.
it will be cooler. 62 degrees. breezy conditions making it feel cooler then. that overnight tonight, cloud, areas of fog and drizzle down to 64 degrees. tomorrow morning fog followed by scattered showers and a few embedded thunderstorms and a high temperature of 47 degrees. we have one more day of the warmth, across the area but we will be dealing with the showers and activity for the second half of the day and then upcoming weekend we have not had high temperatures in the 50's yet this season in philadelphia. we will on saturday. thanks, lauren. do you have a tough time getting your kids the fruits and veggies? we will tell you how disney wants to help. a big honor for the big piece ryan howard goes to city hall for more than just his service on the till is, don. eagles defense has been horrible over last two games, one man in particular though is stepping up and taking the blame, find out who, coming up next in
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one of the most popular phillies in recent memory is getting a tribute from city council. >> ryan howard was a big piece of the phillies world championship team in 2008, last member of the chapel tops play for phillies. today city council honor former rookie of the year, most valuable player and home run champion for 12 seasons and for his flan path i during his time with the fightin phillies. >> nice. >> good for him. >> philadelphia eagles, right, looking ahead to that first game. >> yes, it will be a huge game. weather will be chilly, finally, in this fall and they have things to correct, guys. eagles defense has had that swiss cheese look, holes here, holes there, holes every where. now they are looking for solutions like limiting amount of playing time for can or barwin, they hope, he will be more productive if he can stay fresh. now, back to back weeks, birds have allowed 211th half points, against washington they allowed 230-yard rushing,
jim schwartz is taking responsibility for their poor play. >> i think it is my job to find a way to put a fire out. to find something when we're not having a great day to be able to have a change up, somewhere, that unfortunately my change ups didn't work either. it didn't matter, our four man pass rush wasn't with them, i'm going off run defense i'm going into the game in general but we got no sacks in the game. that is not us. >> wasn't good, wasn't great. thursday night football right here on cbs-3. bears visiting lambeau field to take on the packers, game time 8:25. finally out of the alcs, indians moving on maybe luck of lebron, but who knows, cleveland beating toronto blue jays in five games to clinch american league pennant. it is their first al title since 97, they are still looking for their first world
series championship in 68 years. they will play either chicago cubs, or l.a. dodgers. going down to the wire. >> yes. >> it is good. >> i forgot what that feeling is, post season baseball. >> it will be back. >> thanks, buddy. coming up next, clues in the kim kardashian jewelry heist. entertainment tonight has surveillance video we will have a full report from kevin frazier, next. a class trip were fun enough our vittoria woodill is tracking a long a trip to the sue with area first graders, what they have learned and what the kid taught tori in our next half an hour. new at 6:00, fear in philadelphia a, we break out a new survey that shows residents are scared in the city, and why? we will be right
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what clues can investigators get from security footage, the night kim carrasquillo dash an was tied up and robbed in paris. it shows men police believed, pull off the heist. news continues at 5:30. hi everyone aim ukee washington. i'm nicole brewer in for jessica dean. robbers got away with millions of dollars in jewelry entertainment tonight kevin frazier joins us now with a look at that video. >> ukee and nicole big question is what clues will footage provide police as they continue their investigation. we're breaking it all down. the security video captured in 2:19 a.m. shows three of the alleged robbers on bike, made their way to kim's apartment first, and then at 2:33 a.m., two hooded men walked by. thirty-four minutes later at 3:07 you see two walking away followed by three others speeding off on their bike.
last one appears to be carrying a backpack during the supposed getaway. footage released on france m6 news could reveal moment the thief dropped kim's 33,000 cross necklace which cops are testing reportedly for dna. courtney was in paris when robbery went down but she had this cringe worthy moment, freezing up on live tv when asked about kim. >> we were wondering how is everyone going and how is kim doing. >> what? okay. >> reporter: kim's sister did answer that question, we will show you her response tonight on et, ukee and nicole i'm heading to a plane right now and i will see you guys tomorrow in philly. >> all right, see you then. in other news, just three months left in office president other bam ahead todd florida to taught the progress of the affordable care act but as rate have of uninsured americans dips to a record low millions are seeing rising
premiums. >> affordable care act has done what it was designed to do. >> reporter: president obama on thursday credited his signature law the affordable care act better known as obama care for a record low uninsured rate, benefits like preventive care and insurance for young adults on their parent's land up to age 26 and slower rise in health characterizees. >> another 20 million americans now know the financial security of health insurance. >> reporter: but president acknowledged growing pains as insurers pulled out of unprofitable markets causing unsubsidized individual premiums to spike. for example, 56 percent in minnesota and tennessee, 57 percent in arizona and 76 percent in oklahoma. >> no private insurers are providing affordable insurance in the area then government will step in with a quality plan that people can afford. >> reporter: ever since the president pushed obama care through congress without a single republican vote it has been a favorite target of criticism for g.o.p., including this years
presidential candidate donald trump. >> rates are going up, 60, 70, 80 percent, next year will be worse. it is a catastrophe. >> reporter: republican governors like in florida where the president spoke have refused to expand medicaid under the law. the president called on them to act. >> they can even change the name of the law to reagancare. i don't care about credit. i just want it to work. >> reporter: it will likely fall to obama's successor and congress to implement reform. the department of the health and human services has set a goal of 13.8 million people signing up for obama goal during open enrollment this fall. enrollment begins november 1st. u.s. military says that an american soldiers has died from wound sustained in the bombing in north iraq. this comes as battle for most you will intensifies. iraq's prime minister says the fight to recapture mosul from isis is going more quickly then expect.
iraqi and kurdish troops advanced to retake more villages on the outskirts of the iraq's second largest city. take a look at this suicide bomber speeding toward troops on the outskirts of the mosul. vehicle dodged several rockets and explosions, before it was eventually destroyed. none of the troops were injured. well, science behind food, some young students are eagerly learning how they are connected, and how they can use it as a lesson for their future. >> learning took place at campbell's soup company's annual stem, career accelerator day. meteorologist lauren casey has that story. >> soup, science, you may not initially think they go hand and hand but today local students learned how the science behind your chicken noodle will soup could yield a fruitful career. >> not just going in the kitchen and making it behind it and it really opens their mind. >> reporter: to daze
campbell's soup company welcomed 30 students from camden academy charter high school at world headquarters in camden for a hands on experience and understanding how culinary food sciences play a imperative role in creating a final soup product. >> we are hoping to expose them to experiences, to a lot of our stem officials, hopefully inspire them, motivate them to follow a career path in one of those professions. >> reporter: program is part of the global campaign call stem career accelerator day 2016, which aims to expose, excite more than 10,000 students, in grades eight through 12, to enter careers in science, technology, engineering, math, through interactions with professionals. >> last year i came to this program and i really liked how they explained things and how it was like a different process. i'm looking forward to maybe doing campbell's soup or different type of other programs. >> reporter: if your school or organization has a great
science, technology, engineering or hat story to tell, let us know on facebook, instagram or twitter using the #cbs-3 stem. in the science center i'm meteorologist lauren casey. still to come on "eyewitness news", got selfie chin? social media is making people more self-conscious about their chins, the selfie pose, highlight a little extra baggage under there, now there is a procedure to get rid of it. dreaming of christmas already? dreaming big, at what you may want? neiman marcus cat lag can help without rage us gifts. we will show you that next. hi there, lauren. weekend is almost upon us and after this record a near record heat stretch, things will change up big time as we head in the upcoming weekend with some of the coolest air of the season arriving, with temperatures in the poconos to kick off weekend in the 40's. we will have blustery conditions all across the delaware valley especially down the shore, with wind gusts possible to 40 miles an hour, on saturday, some improvement as we head into
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a growing number of people focusing on their double chins and turning to a new roar, to look better. >> yes. >> the at last. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here to explain. >> well, you know the whole problem with selfies do you this and then this area right here, gets to be a problem. that is bugging people. so, because so many people, take selfies, and they don't like how their chins are looking they are turning increasingly to a newly improved cosmetic procedure that can melt fat under the chin. >> just a little fat pocket. >> reporter: for michelle culture it is a big problem. >> i cannot stick it under there and do exercise. >> reporter: she can't stop seeing it thanks to social media. >> pretty much in every photo i notice it if i'm not holding my chin up. >> reporter: thirty-five year-old mom dropped her pregnant see weight but area under her chin stuck. she thought she would have to deal with it forever until she heard about kibella. >> why not if i can melt it away and it will be gone in a
couple weeks. >> it kills fat cells, permanently which is cool. >> reporter: doctor linda flynn says it is also safe, and because of social media she's treating more patients, including herself. >> before i work on my patients i like to have it done on me. i always do that. it is nice when i look at high pro file i like it better. >> reporter: report injections take less than five minutes. michelle says it did get a little bit uncomfortable. >> i said this is nothing. then the eighth one it hurt. >> once we destroy your fat cells where we put medicine you don't to have redo it. once we're done, we're done. >> reporter: these before and after show results of the other asians, it will take eight weeks before michelle will see how she looks and those self-conscious selfies bee come a thing of the past. >> you can go like this. now, doctors say, and, the loose skin. injections cost from 600 to
$5,000. i have a similar solution. >> what sit. >> hold the camera above your eyes, and stick your chin out a little bit. >> just raise it up. >> let's do it, and let us know what we're doing. >> ready, three, two, one. >> got it. >> i will put that out on twitter and let us know. >> maybe not let us know. >> all right, stephanie. after 31 years, insurance giant met life is parting ways with snoopy and rest of the peanuts gang. the company just launched a new you branding identity. they say it is built around a modern aesthetic. it is planning to roll roll out new look through next year. >> oh, okay. >> look at that, look at snoopy. >> yes. >> let's talk weather with lauren. you said wow, we will get some cold weather in here. >> big changes. >> shock to the system after several days in the 80's now, three days in a row in philadelphia, breaking some record high temperatures but
all this will change as we head in the upcoming weekend with our coldest high temperatures of the season so far, but today another mild day. we have clouds in place, you will definitely feel that muggy factor. does it feel like that nice, crisp october weather. reach for that spies pumpkin latte. they are observing milder conditions across the area we will check in with them right now. we're looking live at center city philadelphia we can see those clouds. we will talk about rain on the way. let's check with our weather watchers right now, we're heading down to the new jersey shore 73 degrees right now as reported by our weather watcher james, reporting partly sunny conditions in ocean city and he says, bad sign, flying south over the oc this afternoon. yes, winter is coming. and sooner then we may like it. as we head in the upcoming weekend with big time temperature drop offs. by this time saturday afternoon temperatures will be running about 30 degrees colder. so big difference is on the
way. we will check in with another weather watcher, 75 degrees at walter's house in newark, delaware. has commentary wasn't prettiest day we had clouds but great walking weather. nice with those temperatures in the 70's and 80's so getting our last bit of summer. we will check with one photo. i saw fall foliage. one sent by cbs-3 weather watcher ed connor in new jersey. doyles cemetery leaves turning over right now. we are going to have nice fall-like weather, perfect for viewing leaves as we head in the upcoming weekend. it will be chilly. over the last several days we have been in 80's, smashed a record high temperature in philadelphia, yesterday. and another record established today with a high temperature at 81 degrees. forecast high for tomorrow still well above average 74 degrees. should be in the middle 60's and as we head into saturday coldest high temperatures of the season so far not escaping that 50-degree range but now nice sunset, scene as we get a look at cape may county
courthouse, temperature hield. 67 degrees. sunnies setting, so early right around 6:15 this evening. the as we head into tonight clouds around and we will see that fall settling in. it is, in response to the warm front that will move in across the area. still dealing with that sticky factor overnight tonight with that surface moisture we are going to see that fog settling in, especially after midnight even into tomorrow morning, greatly reduced visibility down to near zero in the poconos. down to a quarter mile down the shore, so plan that for your morning commute on friday, it could be slow going. storm scan three is showing us patchy clouds moving through but otherwise mainly dry conditions but upper wind we do have a frontal boundary that will bring us chilly weather and generating fall thunderstorm activity right now. parts of the pennsylvania is under a severe thunderstorm watch and we could hear a few rumbles of thunder late daze tomorrow. but overnight tonight focusing on fog and drizzle down to 64 degrees. for our day tomorrow we will start with the foggy conditions, drizzle, we might see sunshine breaking out in
advance of the cold front and then scattered showers developing as we head in the afternoon and evening hours especially, still one more mild day, 74 degrees before all of this changes as we head into saturday. autism speaks walk at citizens bank park, saturday at 10:00 o'clock in the morning you will need to be bundled up and walking fast. get that blood flowing. 53 degrees. windy as well. blustery conditions throughout the day on saturday. with our high temperatures only in the upper 50's, it will feel much chillier then that, then as we head into sunday, sunshine returns, breezy conditions but chilly start to the day, at 44 degrees. monday we are briefly more mild in the 66 degrees but check out that morning, teetering on the edge of 30's, there on tuesday, with high temperatures again, falling back into the 50's, guys. >> all right, lauren, thank you. well, this evening will mark 25th opening of the philadelphia film festival. >> it is all about film project aimed to educate, inspire, challenge, entertain,
tonight's opening film la, la land. >> ♪ >> the song and dance journey of dreams. gosling and stone, that is paying tribute to the legend of cinema and they are honored. >> my whole career up until now has been thanks to festivals, festivals taking a chance on me because what i think these festivals do is they help shine a spotlight in movies that might not get it. >> lala land will open up nationally at december 16th. he is coming off his, successful film whiplash. >> very, very welcome. i saw the film. i will preview later. >> ryan gosling and emma stone are a nation. >> they are a haze nothing this film. >> up next, tori takes another class trip this time to the zoo. >> we're going to learn about
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coast of bermuda may have kick up unusual sea life. >> one fisherman has quite a story to tell, he hauled in a giant spiney lobster off the coast of bermuda. this weighed a whooping 14-pound, yeah, experts say rough surf from the hurricane brought it closer to shore and they are usually found deeper in the water. the fisherman took pictures and then let the lobster go, all 14-pound of it. >> that is scary looking. >> wow. >> philadelphia zoo is a great place to see all kinds of fury, scaley, and other creatures. >> group of philadelphia county students got a chance to sianni feel them up close today and our vittoria woodill was there for the fun. >> reporter: big day for first grade students of the the elementary school. >> we're going to the zoo. what are we going to see. >> we're going to see monkeys. >> monkeys. >> we're going to the zoo. >> today is their class trip at philadelphia zoo and i'm tagging along. there were some zoo people
here like carlen who said we can touch something. >> i have been here before and i did do it. >> okay. >> well, i will follow you then. >> reporter: she race right a tortoise shell. >> wow. so the turtles can't walk out of the shell. >> reporter: let's count. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: with so many animals to cover, dale had reptiles in mind. so let's see. >> snakes. >> reporter: you want to see snakes. >> we really want to see snakes. >> i have a pet snake. >> reporter: i may have detoured around snakes to visit some big old cats which meant it is question time for carlen. >> unaudible. >> reporter: it seems like a hundred hours. we went to see emma the leopard. >> there are only about how many, 70 still left in the world. >> or 30. >> reporter: in some places,
yes. >> reporter: the kids loved learning about these animals. >> they learned that tiger run to get their pray. >> reporter: wow, knowledge is power. >> i see now. >> reporter: that is never too early to learn about what you love. >> you knew this was coming. >> can i get a dog, on tv. >> it is on now. >> mom, dad. >> can she get a dog, please. >> yes. >> wow. >> they say darndest things these kid. >> i love that kid. >> carlen, she had lots of questions and we have answered them all. we have learned a lot. also, just keep in mind if you have a son or daughter whose class is taking a fun field trip and think it would be fun if i tagged along send me a message at facebook or facebook.com/vittoria woodill. >> i don't know who is having the best time. that will do it for "eyewitness news" at 5:00.
now at 6:00 a memorial sits along south jersey road, scene of the crash that killed a new jersey woman. tonight as her family grieves were a former officer is facing charges in the deadly collision. philadelphia police take a lawsuit writing traffic tickets has turned into a legal battle for the department. also this. >> what are philadelphians most concerned about? well, a recent poll found out and it is a surprising shift from last year. i'm anita oh, i will break down numbers and why local police are responding. another day of record heat but as we head in the upcoming weekend, a much chillier change on the way, i will let you know when to expect highs in your 50's in the forecast, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at 6:00 starts right now.
a south jersey family, heart broken at the loss of a loved one, and now a former south jersey officer is facing charges in her death. those charges coming about a month after the deadly crash. i'm ukee washington. i'm nicole brewer in for jessica dean. cleve bryan is live in florence township where he spoke to that victim's family tonight, cleve. >> reporter: nicole, ariana williams family said they found out about her death when they showed up at the crash scene here. they only live a mile away. they say since that early morning it has been a living nightmare and it continues. >> it has been terrible. >> reporter: ronald williams from florence township says every time his daughter ariana left the house she told him i love you. last time he heard those words was almost a month ago. ariana williams was killed during a car crash early in the morning september 23rd, family says her friend justin rodriguez, a burlington