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>> a fiery crash, one woman rushed to the hospital. and this weekend, presidential candidate are fighting hard for votes, and pennsylvania remains in the spotlight. killing hill speaks town decided voters in pennsylvania while donald trump vows to go after the woman making accusations against him.
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>> it is confirmed. the piece of royal real estate in philadelphia is staying in the royal family. today is sunday, good morning, football sunday, let's check the forecast with justin drabick. should be relatively nice day for the tailgaters. >> great football weather, you're complaining in morning about the cold temperatures. i don't want to be near you on wednesday morning, because it will be colder. >> you see i'm already wearing the sweater dress and got the boot east out? >> overall this afternoon, pretty nice, temperatures right where they should be for late october. mid 60s. so have a lot of sunshine, so little breezy at times. >> sun is up, going to center city nice and quiet. 47 degrees the current temperature at the airport, southwest breeze right now, there is the temperature spread across the region, not much variation in the numbers. generally upper 50s to lower 50's, and the feels-like
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temperature, factor in the wind, feels like exposed skin upper 30's, to 40 degrees in the cooler spots this morning, you need the heavier coat, light jacket this afternoon, there go, nothing happening on storm scan3, clear skies, the trends for the next several days. talking about great forecast for the eagles game, vikings, in town, tailgaters, chilly in the morning, but the afternoon kick off at 1:00. 62 degrees, in the sunshine, with the winds, ten to 20 miles per hour by the end of the game. tacking temperatures up around 664 for the high for philadelphia, mid 60s along the shore, lower 50's, up in the poconos, kind of the same deal tomorrow once again temperatures near average, then we go back below average for the middle of the week with cold overnight lows talk in a few more minutes. >> i'm have the access rest ready, thank you. new this morning, woman returned to the hospital after car crash in west philadelphia. police tell us two cars wreck, one burst no flames. it happened around 6:30 this morning, at 53rd and chestnut
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streets. the woman driver is being treated for burns at the hospital. no details on her condition. fear rips through port richmond home sending people to the hospital. flames broke out around 5:00 a.m. 3100 block of memphis street. they tell us one woman suffered burns over more than 50% of her body. now in the severe trauma unit. other two victims in stable condition. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> one person in the hospital after fire rips through west philadelphia home. this time the fire broke out just before 3:00 this morning, and a vacant 3-story home on the 5,000 block of race street. fire reached one alarm, no details on the victim's condition, this fire is also under investigation. two and a half weeks to go until the election, both president and caudates stomping through pennsylvania this weekend. hillary clinton campaigned in philadelphia last night. "eyewitness news" reporter anita o live in the cbs-3 news center full details, hi, anita. >> good morning, are h well, jam packed rally the secret service says nearly 8,000
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people were there to hear hillary clinton and her runningmate senator tim kaine speak, real now surprise they were here, pennsylvania is of course a must-win battlegrounds state but the crowd had mixed reaction to clinton's speech. >> hello penn. nominee hillary clinton addressed large crowd at the university of pennsylvania, on saturday night. >> we have to defend marriage equality. >> we have to defends the lgbt community. >> we have to tackle systemic racism and make criminal justice reform a reality. >> clinton continues saying, as president, she would push for equal pay for women job reaction and this. >> we have to take on the gun lobby and have common sense
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gun safety measures. >> she also pivotted to blast her opponent donald trump calling him unfit to be president. >> he won't release his tax returns. he never intended to stop and ask yourself, wow, must be something really really bad in his tax return that didn't sit well with everyone in the crowd, including greg richmond of willow grove. >> the whole time, just pretty much just trash trump, trash trump, trash trump. but let's talk about policy. >> richmond, former bernie sanders reporter said he wanted to be convinced, by hearing her specific plans. >> i don't know if i can do it, i wanted more policy. >> but philadelphia based doctor, felt differently. >> i think had clear policies, which i don't see donald trump. i feel might be inclusive of all people, really think about the people who are struggling, the people who aren't necessarily included in our
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day-to-day lives. >> and the campaign trail continues to heat up around the concern. today doctor jill biden along with ann holt end tim kaine's wife will make two stops in our area to symptom for clinton first event at the community college of philadelphia. live in the news center, anita oh, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you for. that will donald trump was also on the campaign trail battling for pennsylvania this weekend. republican nominee, visited the civil war battlefield, laid out goals for first 100 days as president if-ee elected. trump outlined more than two dozen proposals, calling for term limits for congress, a hiring freeze for most of the federal government, tax cuts for businesses in the middle class, and legislation to funds a wall on the southern border. with the fuld understanding that the country of mexico will be reimbursing the us for the full cost of such a wall. okay? >> and trump also visited cleveland yesterday, he says after the election, he plans
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to sue the women who have accused him of unwanted sexual vacs cents. yesterday, 11th accuser adult film performer jessica came forward, she said trump kissed her without consent and later propositioned her. >> former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane hopes to avoid jail time when judge sentenced her tomorrow. and in august, jury convicted kane of leaking grand jury document, and then lying about it under oath. prosecutors are asking for jail time. cane faces 12-24 years in prison, she is seeking probation, so she can raise her children. one man dead, teen hurt, for shooting inside philadelphia restaurant, happened yet afternoon at burke err lane on the 2800 block of north 22 street. police say 23 year old man was shot and killed. sixteen year old boy was also shot. he's now in stable condition. police say they have no leads on a shooter. another deadly shooting in the powelton neighborhood, happened about 1:30 yesterday morning, jolly's west bar at 38th and lancaster avenue.
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they say officers patrolling the area heard gunshots, found 19 year old man outside who had been shot once in the chest. he was rushed to penn presbyterian hospital where he later died. investigators say the shooting stemmed from argument inside the bar. >> police still searching for one suspect, police tell us 19 district police officers were patrolling on the 500 block of north 56 street, early yesterday morning, when they saw and heard gunshots coming from a car. they say the officer approached the car with three men inside, one man too many off running. driver, exited the vehicle. the officer said remove his hand, refuses to obey the command. he makes a step toward the officer. the officer discharged his weapon. >> and that bullet struck the suspect in the left arm. he is however expected to be okay. the of here shot him on administrative leave while authorities investigate. >> seventeen year old has turned himself in to police in connection with shooting in
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brit enhance square. shot five times tuesday night. police say the 39 year old hero intervened when the 17 year old and another manna tempted to rob a young couple at gunpoint. police say the teenage suspect new the couple he was robbing. well, stay with us here on "eyewitness news", there is much more still to come. >> test of time. police just always have been there for each other. the power of friendship. how hanging out with your besty can even be healthier than exercise. >> police safety tips before your kids head out to trick-or-treat next week. what they should bring along with them, some costume advice from triple a still ahead. >> good morning, pattern for the upcoming work week will be cool but quiet. i'll let you know when the coolest temperatures arrive coming up in the seven day
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republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families.
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house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> philadelphia home where grace kelly grew up, her son, prince albert of monaco, confirms to people magazine he bought the colonial home, for $75,054,000. that's the home where the oscar winner also accepted a marriage proposal from prince ranier the third. also told the magazine he plans to visit philadelphia tuesday cbs-3, komen philadelphia, teaming up wednesday again, in the fight against breast cancer, turning the phillie skyline and the region pink. last night cancer treatment centers of america, glowing in pink. october national breast cancer air wear necessary month, and meant to be reminder to schedule mammogram, and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. and take a look, independence port museum also glowing pink.
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the 15th year for the light for the cure campaign, you can find more information on our website power of friendship, been together for six years. and they say the friendship has helped keep them active and healthy, stephanie stahl was with the group for special anniversary. shower lifetime of memories, sisterhood from hallahan high school, class of 1956. >> we just kind of got to know each other, test of time for whatever reason. >> story boards of photos, documents the 60 plus years they've been getting together every month. >> what do you think? >> fabulous. >> celebrated at the watt, mark retirement community where doctor carl benedict is the medical director. >> i think amazing that they've been able to do that for so long. >> he said long-term friendships, social
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interaction helps the elderly live longer better lives. >> reducing levels of stress. i think it also helps preserve mental function, cognitive function, again, study that shows that people who have good social ties interactions. >> most are 78 now, together celebrated all of the milestones, marriages, children, grandchildren. and heart break, too. death and i will nests. >> a lot going on all these years with ups and downs. >> anne marie the class president. >> what was it about this group that kept you altogether? >> i can't think of anything specific. we were just very compatible, and lot of fun. >> that he made up a sorority name for themselves action together committed growing elder together. >> for 606 years you all still like each other? >> never a problem, ever. >> this may, for the actual anniversary of their high school graduation, the laid he
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is went on crews together to bermuda, a also busy planning for their next trip. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". how about that? >> sixty years, justin, going on one year friendship? >> yes, one year too long? >> no! justin, i can promise you, maybe second and third year if you give me a pass. >> trying. >> cold, yes, already complaining. yes, next couple of night, moving into that season, you know, late october, it will get cold. no records coming up any time soon. looks like eight's are done, can rule out seven's maybe over the next few weeks, but trend does bring back cooler temperatures over the next five days or so looking live up in the poconos, perfect conditions. check owl fall color, and this is the forecast you want to get that bright color change, the cool nights, and some mild afternoons, we got that covered for the next too days, so close to peak up in the mountains, for the fall foliage, probably another week or so around philadelphia.
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but, like i said, the cooler trends is on the way, so back to average today. temperature right where it should be at 64 degrees, that will be our high for today. and tomorrow. then we drop back below average. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, feel like even colder, you will like these days coming up. and at nighttime tuesday night and wednesday night see widespread 30's, maybe even into the 30's, for center city philadelphia. by the end of the week, getting close to the average around 60 degrees. not a big change for the temperatures, compared to this time yesterday. we are are three geese cooler in philadelphia, six in wilmington, just wind, so little bit breezy at times. so that's going to bring windchill values down 30's for the next couple of hours, the actual air temperatures, upper 40's, allentown, philadelphia, not much change, go to the poconos, 38 degrees. cool air confined over new england. that will lift out today. then we have milder air, out across the midwest, des moines, st. louis, low mid 50's, that's headed eastward, we get the warm up couple of days with temperatures returning to the 60s, and we have a lot of sunshine today,
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until the the clear skies, over the mid-atlantic, dominated by high pressure, yesterday's storms up across new england, snow is flying over the mountains of northern vermont, new hampshire, into maine main. that's pretty strong storm. so there is big difference in pressure from this low into the high to the south. inbetween, that's why we are still dealing with some windy conditions. not gusty like yesterday. winds gust to go near 40 miles per hour on saturday afternoon, barely gust to go near 30, up in mount pocono, so winds calming down little bit about 15 to 20 miles per hour. daylight less and least each day. sunset coming in tonight at 10:00, two weeks from now, we go to daylight saving, standard time, daylight saving time comes to end. so setting 4:52 sunday november 6, and then december 5th, we set at 4:35. so that's going to be the earliest that we have our sunset for this season, and that starts december 5th and continues into the start of the winter season, so right now lose being two and a half minutes of daylight each day.
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this number starts coming down as we approach the winter solsus. through today, sunshine mixed with just few clouds, overall just pleasant afternoon. tonight, there is a cold front that comes through. maybe shower or two up in the mountains. the poconos. but then that is out of here early monday morning. monday afternoon turns out nice. sunny skies, little breezy, still temperatures on the mild side. tuesday, a lot of sun, but start to drop the tempts again. the reason the jet stream. right now jet stream kind of flat. we get seasonable conditions. then what happened on tuesday, we get another moving to the south cooler canadian air filters back in, starting tuesday highs returns below average this time of year. today mostly sunny skies, still breezy, 64 degrees for the high temperature, west winds ten to 20 miles per hour. not as cold tonight, 50's for the city, 40's in the suburbs, joan that if you don't like colds under partly cloudy skies. probably going to be mild night one week this week. check it out, watch what happens. temperatures start dropping, 54 the high, then into the 50's on tuesday, wednesday,
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thursday, thursday chance for some showers around, specially in the afternoon, and overnight lows tuesday night, wednesday night, down to the 30's, even close to freeze nag lot of the suburbs. rahel, back to you. >> can't wait, justin, thank you. time now 8:19. let's check in with ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center and beautiful shot of the parkway. >> that's beautiful shot. rahel, you are absolutely correct. beautiful thing going on, the jdrs type one diabetes research walk kicks off 9:00 a.m. see the folks milling around there at the steps of the art museum. ben franklin parkway shutdown for this westbound, and martin luther king drive also shutdown for the left of your screen. ben franklin parkway and the falls bridge, this very important walk. we move the traffic cam here, to i-95, right at broad street. not moving today, but that's all right. if you can see i95 at broad, no delays or problems this morning.
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it is in fine shape. the walt whitman bridge is in good shape, as well, this morning. with no delays. and not sure why traffic cams aren't moving, but it is okay, there you go, i95, broad. you can see up ahead, walt whitman bridge type shape, with no problems or delays. we move the traffic cam one more time, than is the kim i tolls of the pa turnpike, no problems so far on the pa turnpike this morning, or on the northeast extension if you are headed up to the poconos. and that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. now, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, beauty of live television, don't you love it? just over one week away from halloween, before children take to the streets, to trick-or-treat, you may want to keep some things in minds to keep them safe. here's jan carabeo with some special guests in our studio. >> here with two very two trick-or-treaters, welcome, guys. >> oh, we have my daughter
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kyla, also known as mavis from hotel transylvania, my son, jaylen, the skeleton. >> who is shading right now? upped the mask. super cute, can also be dangerous night for young people. >> how so? how dangerous? >> what most people don't realize on halloween night children are four times more likely to be hit by a car. >> so pedestrian safety for trick-or-treaters and the parent tack being them is paramount. so triple a urges that parent really pay attention to lighting the night for their trick-or-treaters. make sure that they're visible >> we know a lot of the comes tombs kind of dark, ghoulish, but easy ways to make them visible for everyone, and fun ways, too. >> absolutely we have very easy things that parents can use.
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>> you don't have to worry about, nothing extra to carry. >> adding glow sticks, glow necklaces, globe bracelets to costumes, another great way, very inexpensive to make it visible, kids also like free flick tore clip ons, light up fink else, one thing that i happen to like is reflector tape strips that don't detract from a costume, but you can actually put them on the back of the costume, so that they reflect headlights coming up behind the trick-or-treaters. >> not like reflective things, these are fun things. >> keep in mind kayla has make up and wig. so her vision is not impaired. she has peripheral vision. she can see straight ahead. on the other hand he insisted on the skeleton, so we want to
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still keep it fun for the kids, so he'll show you exactly how you should wear a mask like this when you are walking down the street pull it up over your head, so you can see crossing the street, see who is in on the from of you, behind you, see car coming when you get to the doorbell, pull the mask back down, ring the bell. >> full vision get messed up with the mask. best advice for drivers? just got to remember when halloween is and just slow it down? >> many memories cents coming home from work, put your headlights on, sooner than you normally would and really slow down avoid any distractions hine the wheel, keep your eyes peeled for trick-or-treaters they'll be excited, they'll be running, cross the street where they shouldn't in the middle of the street slow down, be aware, keep it fun night for trick-or-treaters and fun night. >> so exciting they might dart out between cars, that's really scary and dangerous.
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>> where most of the crashes happen, more than 50%, not in the crosswalk but the middle of the street. >> great advice, thanks, back to you. >> and still ahead, interview with singer songwriter phil collins. we will be right back. like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey.
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katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. 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.
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judge as sole old performer, cbs sunday morning, jim axle ride, success not always provided him with happiness. preview of the interview you'll see coming up little later on cbs sunday morning. >> fifty-six now, walking with a cane, little hard every hearing, no the to mention the bad risk that keeps him from playing the drums. but, phil collins wants us all
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to know he's not fading away. >> i've been made aware the last few years, people have missed me. i was checking into a hotel in miami, and the bell man said something to me. and it really touched me. like when are you going to come back? we really miss you. >> ♪ >> but, as much as he wants to look forward, the bulk of collins' energy lately has been spent looking back. his new memoir, not dead yet, candid chronical of struggle with marriage, drinking, and fame. >> so maybe this was an attempt to game some clarity? you had lived the life. now maybe want to understanded? >> yes, i think so. you know? i mean, when you've been married three times, and you've got five kids, you don't live with them, been divorced three times, you start to wonder is it you, you know?
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can't always be someone else's fault. >> phil collins finding his way back, plus, best selling author john gwynn women, your sunday morning here on cbs-3 9:00 a.m. ahead in our next half hour, details on massive merger shaking up the media lands scale. also as investigator seek to pinpoint who is behind friday's cyber attack, there is a warning about potential target in the future. >> and brace yourselves, girl scout cookie lovers, sweet treats coming to the breakfast aisle. cold whipping winds saturday, justin back to tell us what we can expect on sunday. we're back in a moment. most people owe the bank. but pat toomey actually owned a bank. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to benefit wall street and banks like his. voting to gut consumer protections that crack down... on predatory lending and fraud. to take money from you and... line the pockets of wall street millionaires like... himself. pat toomey: out for himself, all in for wall street.
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good morning, out to justin day brick, if you are headed out, unlike justin, grab a jacket. don't be like justin. >> i agree. i'm out here for a minute. >> but you probably didn't wear one this morning, did you? >> i didn't. i didn't. but you need one. it is chilly out. don't get me wrong. specially here in the shade. we got breeze to deal with this morning, windchill values down to the upper 30's, but pretty nice this afternoon, still windy, through the day today. a lot of sunshine get temperatures back up into the 60s, good way to finish the weekend. right now, stuck in the upper 40's, over most locations, 47 up in allentown, philadelphia, 48 degrees, in millville this hour. fifty-one in wildwood. they are the wind speeds. still sustained out of the west around ten to 15, getting close to 20 miles per hour. not quite as gusty yet. yesterday winds gust to go 40. we won't have that today. but still enough of a winds to bring the windchill values down to the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. that's what it feels like on exposed skin. feeling like chilly 28 up in mount pocono at this hour. good thing, nice and dry.
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so a loft sunshine on tap today. really over the next few days with temperatures right where they should be this time of year. so still chilly this morning. nice rebounds this afternoon highs back to the mid 60s across the reason on, and great football weather, if you are headed down to the stadium here. tailgating this morning, yes, cool, have the heavier coat, this afternoon, light jacket, for the game, 1:00 kick off, 62 degrees, in the sunshine, by the end of the game, temperatures should be mid 60s, high to 64 for philadelphia. sixty-five at the shore. low 50's, up in the poconos. overall pattern, pretty quiet. another cool down coming up. this is chilly nights ahead. talk about the coldest night coming up in the seven day in a few minute, rahel, back to you. >> see you then, thank you, justin. just little over two weeks away from the presidential election, both candidates try to dump more support in pennsylvania this weekend. hillary clinton spoke last night at penn park in university city. "eyewitness news" reporter anita o live in the cbs-3 news center more on the rally.
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anita, lot of people came out for that? >> good morning, rahel, nearly 8,000 people waited in the cold for hours, to hear clinton and her runningmate, senator tim kaine, speak. and it is real now surprise. both candidates continue to make stops across our region ahead of the november 8th election. pennsylvania is of course the must-win battleground state in this election. now, much of clinton's speech focused on what she plans to accomplish as president. for example, she told the crowd, she would defends planned parenthood, and push for clean energy, college affordability, and quote common sense gun safety measures. she also attack her opponent donald trump, calling him, unfit to be president. take a listen. >> he won't release his tax returns, never intended, to and stop and ask yourself: wow, must be something really really bad in his tax returns. >> those in attendance had mixed reactions to her speech. >> i know how she feels about donald. she doesn't leak donald, donald doesn't like her.
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neither one like each other, but give us something that bernie supporters like us really wanted. we didn't get it tonight. >> every time she speaks, it gives me hope. i'm happy i was here. >> and the candidate and their supporters will continue to symptom in our region ahead of the election, at noon today doctor jill biden and ann holt end are expected to speak at the community college of philadelphia. >> republican nominee republic can, laid out goals for his first 100 days as president if-ee elected. trump outlined more than two dozen pro polls as, he called for term limits for congress, a hiring freeze for most of the federal government, and tax cut for businesses and the middle class. then he head today rally in cleveland, ohio, where he addressed controversial issue of voter fraud. >> there are 1.8 million dead people that are registered right now to vote.
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folks, some of them volt. i wonder how that happened? they woke up from the dead and they went and voted. >> maybe they'll vote for trump. i don't know. maybe i shouldn't be saying this. >> and, looking ahead, trump says, after the election he plans to sue the women who have accused him of unwanted sexual advances. yesterday 11th accuser adult film performer jessica dray came forward saying trump kissed her without consent, later propositioned her. >> block buster deal to buy entertainment time warner for $84.4 billion. the deal will give at&t programming control of household names, like hbo, cnn, cartoon network, and the warner brothers movie studio. at&t is one of the country's largest provider of wireless home and internet service, also acquired direct tv. anti-trust regulators must now approve the deal. >> federal investigators trying it track down who ever unleashed a wave of cyber
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attacks that temporarily shutdown some of the largest websites in the u.s. correspondent tony picks up the story. >> digital companies tip i can lick celebrate a spike in web traffic, the attention they receive from millions of us on line. on friday, however, twitter, netflix, dozens of other companies, nearly drowned in that traffic. it wasn't coming from people. but from millions of hijack machines. they floods dollars the -- flooded the web with fake requests. now the fbi and the company of homeland security are investigating. the shadowy group called new worlds hackers claims responsibility, fran, national security analyst for cbs news. >> the notion of lawyer chipping massive attack not against targeted entity, but to disrupt the internet corks have massive economic impact in the united state. >> distributed denial of service, attacks choke website with requests there is particular attack didn't hit any brands name websites directly. instead, it focused on a back
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end company that inch visibly but crutially routes customer requests to the websites we all know by name. dan ackerman covers the internet, cbs company, he says there is type of attack is old, but with truck new twists. including the take-over of millions of internet connected machines, from baby monitors, to thermostats, to dvr's, all without the owners knowledge. >> so this is large scale version of it that affect a lot of people, no doubt, will see a lot more of this going forward. >> all while striking the bedrock of the modern world, as well. tony, cbs news, new york. well, there is much more to come on "eyewitness news" this morning, coming up next we check in with "face the nation" john dickerson with a look ahead
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>> face the nation look coming
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your way at 10:30. done dickerson, good morning. >> good morning, rahel. well, we've got the home stretch here in the presidential race. debates are over. sixteen days until the finish line. we're going to talk to chairman of the republican national committee about where donald trump's campaign stands, the fact that hillary clinton is so confident she's now turning to republican house and senate members as trying to keep them from returning to washington, that shows the confidence in her campaign. we'll see what the republican counter effort will be like. then we will also talk to the chairman about the difficulties inside the republican party as there is a lot of finger pointing headed toward the election. new pole numbers, director of elect cents anthony will be with us, we asked florida voters among other things, whether if they voted for donald trump in the primary in florida, if they have had any regret. interesting findings there. then we talk to two strategists david axelrod on the democratic side about the challenges still facing hillary clinton then on the
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republican side franklins, holding focus groups in week, what the feel is like in the republican party, what things will look like even after the election, then rahel, as always, we will have our reporters round table. with reporters here to talk about what happened this week, put it into context, and then give us a little bit after road map here for the less than three weeks before the election is over. >> all right, john, always love those focus groups. look forward to watching. and still to come this morning, it looks like a weekend will finish a lot better than it started, and what's ahead for the work week, justin tells us when to expect chilly weather again. plus: a haunted house, the place you can get your car cleaned and your kids can get suit for halloween. craft beers are all of the rage right now, and eagles fans can't stop talking about rookie quarterback carson wentz. so local brewly decided to put the two together. we'll be right back. pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania. "new fallout for donald trump..."
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>> celebrating some of the best. co-hosting the ceremonies, independence mall last night, several members of the cbs family were, there as well. we saw charlie horn thereon your left, daniel gardner, samuel works on the desk, james photographer. and cherri gregg of course we know sunday mornings, reporter for cbs-3 and also kyw. now the event honored area journalists and community leaders for their outstanding contribution cents not region. and much of the proceeds from the event actually fund college scholarships. it was a very beautiful night. and justin joining us now checking in with the weather watchers. hopefully the sun little later should make it feel better but i have to tell this morning walking my dog, i wish i had a hat, gloves, scarf. >> yes, when i was on the skydeck i saw people outside walking around center city biking with the gloves on. yep, you needed it. we had windchill values down to the 30's earlier this morning, still going to be win think afternoon, but temperatures returning near average in the 60s, with the sunshine, and if you like it cold, you will like the next few nights.
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specially in the i had of the of the week, talk about that in just a bit. chilly morning in the 40's, from the weather watchers, everybody pretty much the same. because we have that wind which is mixing up the air little bit. so we can't get that really dense cold air to settle in. but surface, get to one. normally cool spot. but up in sanatoga, mike owe i, 48 degrees, not much difference little further south into downingtown, dawn, she has got 47 with mostly sunny skies. into new jersey, similar conditions this hour. we check in with kerry higgins in mt. laurel, new jersey, sunny skies, temperature right now at 46 degrees. and again, still some breezes up around 15, 20 miles per hour, windchill values, 30's. more fall color little closer to philadelphia. this is touch of, new jersey, out of chesterfield, ed connor seeing the trees changing color across the lake, another shot there, nice shot red and orange showing up. warm afternoon, cool night, perfect ingredients to get that fall color. and we will see that this
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week, probably next weekend getting close to peak around philadelphia. 50 degrees, right now, palmyra cove nature park new jersey looking across the delaware, no humidity out there. so it is clear, blue skies out there, you can see the city skyline west breeze at 8 miles per hour. and nothing but sunshine today. nice and clear, eastern pennsylvania, delaware, and new jersey, yesterday storms, up across southern cal did a, strong storm, still has a lot of wind energy over the delaware valley look at the snow flying across northern maine main this hour. so cold air behind that system. but for us, we have the west winds today. sustained, 15 to maybe 20 miles per hour, and that's coming down off the appalachian mountains, actually warm up little bit. coastal new jersey temperatures should get to the 60s. southwest wind tonight, keeps us miler than what we've been the past few nights, still breezy tomorrow. talk about that foliage. getting close to peak, up in the poconos not there just yet, another wyche or so around philadelphia surrounding suburbs, starting to see moderate change in the
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color. typically on target here, our average peak for the fall color around philadelphia, is late october. so next weekends, we will be close to that. and close to peak already up in to the poconos, which usually happens right around now. here is the set up. low pressure exiting our region, high pressure to the south, keeps us dry, little cold front that comes through overnight tonight. bringing few clouds, maybe shower in the poconos, that's about it. it is off shore tomorrow. back to sunshine, temperatures still in the 60s, but tuesday, we start to get that reinforcing shot of cooler air. back into the region. enjoy today though. nice rebound. look at that, widespread six 60s all across the region, even into the 50's. up in the poconos. so break it down for you. north and west, lehigh valley, low 60s around allentown, into reading, kutztown. probably in the mid 60s around philadelphia. and similar numbers into south jersey. remember we have the wind coming in over the land, so i think even along the beaches here, temperatures should top off 64, 65 degrees. then watch what happens. wednesday morning, areas in blew here indicates
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temperatures 32 or colder. they get close to philadelphia. so i think a lot of the suburbs wednesday morning are going to be close to freezing, same deal again on thursday morning, so some of the coldest air we've seen this season coming at thus week, overall temperature outlook, from october 30th, to november 5th, keeps us above average. look at all of the warmth, expected to cross much of the united state, so average all of the temperatures up, still pattern i think will start warmer than average. 64 degrees for the high today. mile air, still breezy, tonight not as cool partly cloudy low around 50 degrees, and here is the extended forecast, nice fall forecast, mid 60s today, tomorrow, 50's for tuesday, wednesday, overnight lows in the 30's, next really best chance for rain holds off until thursday. rahel, back to you. >> justin, thank you. nice little dry stretch. time now 8:48. going back to ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center and see how the roads are looking, hi, ann. >> hello. looking at the ben franklin parkway, look at all of the people on the art museum steps. they are therefore the jdrs type one diabetes research and walk. it is kicking off soon at
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9:00 a.m. about ten minutes. a lot of the folks there say the ben franklin parkway westbound is shutdown along spring garden street. and the art museum circle for this walk. also martin luther king drive to the left, ben parkway and the falls bridge. moving the traffic cam, to i-95, at the walt whitman bridge, i95 in the middle of the walt whitman bridge right at the top of your screen, headlights coming toward you, are the southbound lanes, no delays or problems on i-95, again, it is a good road to take if you are doing some early morning tailgating for today's eagles game. but, other than that, no delays or problems. that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, now, rahel, back to you. >> good news there, thank you, ann. you have probably heard of haunted houses and halloween theme parties and parks. but, a business in texas is adding little trick-or-treat to an unusual place. the shine express car war in arlington, texas, goes into full spooky mood with your windows covered with drove through, women, there is no telling who or what is lurking just inside.
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not my cup of tee personally, but to each their own. eagles are set to face the vehicle things afternoon, leslie takes a look how they plan to cut down on the turnovers, next in sport. also ahead, new batch of beer inspired by the eagles qb. how the brewery got it unique name. and we tweet loving, are you a fan of girl scout cookies? enjoy nice cold bowl of cereal? we'll tell but two of your favorite things coming together next. imagine the bank forces you out, no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice so outrageous most states... banned it. but at the bank owned by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing 21 small business owners out of their homes. now, toomey's using his power in the senate to help himself. voting to gut rules that protect us and crackdown on big banks. pat toomey, out for himself, not us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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know, playing the eagles, you know, i would have thought that i would have been on the other side of it. but, you know, obviously i still keep in touch with a lot of those guys. so, you know, with us going back there, it will be a great chance, you know, to go see some of those guys, talk to them. >> we haven't spoken yet. this week has been a long week already. and i'm sure we will talk before the game. it will be cool to go out there and see him again. >> and we will get you ready for the return of sam bradford on sunday kick off today at 11:30. join sports director don bell, merrill reese, pat gallen and me live from the link that's 11:30 right here on cbs-3. >> the flyers in action last night at the center against carolina the orange and black off to another slow start to begin a season after winning the season open tow la. they have lost three in a row. second periods, the flyers down a goalment rookie ivan, shot from the .3 directed bouvier cook, first goal of the season. game tide. later in the period, zero power play, shot, redirected by matt read. his fifth of the season.
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the flyers take the lead. 862nd later, the flyers will strike again, to shane. his shot feeds eddie, the flyers with two goal lead. flyers snapped the three game losing streak six-three, the final. >> that's all for sports, i'm lesley van arsdall, have a nice day, go birds. go birds. and there is now abreu that honors phillies home team, vittoria woodill shows us inspired by eagles quarterback carson wentz. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> let's talk suds, ladies and gents, brewery and tossing room where pint and growl remembers being topped off with fresh, small batch ails and bruce. >> we do peanut butter porter. >> the banana? >> banana bread we do. >> anything goes at the village idiot brewing company. even acting a fool. owner vince tells us that's how the place got it name,
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after a foolish mistake he and his partner made when they were trying to get their first bank loan. >> turns out we showed up to the meeting a week late. so i said at the time my partner, rich, you know, rim, we really are the village idiots. >> redeeming himself since, his ever changing list of craft beers has huge following. and it has grown even bigger since eagles fans got wind of new batch inspired by eagles quarterback carson wentz. >> wentz, i saw an article in the paper that carson was at the belgium cafe. he said he like wheat beers, ended up drinking a wentstefaner. >> that would be pretty cool name for beer. it kind of blew up. >> word traveled near and as far away as north dakota. >> a guy called here. >> some guy from north dakota sure, we would like to have some of that wentzstefaner beer shipped up here. carson is our pride and joy
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>> oh, that's not good. >> so now just waiting on carson then? >> yes. >> he said he would be here, right. >> yes. >> standing around like a bunch of idiots? >> yes. >> i'm sure he's working hard on his game plan. >> there we go. all right, in the meantime, cheers. cheers to success. >> thank you. >> also probably a little busy today. well, this next story is little more appetizing at this hour. fan of girl scout cookies soon won't have to wait to the beginning of the year to eat the cookies, you can have them every day to start your day. the website impulse buy. com, thin mints and carmel crunch are the first cookie flavors to be made into cereal. new girl scout cookies cereal are expected to hit store shelves about the same time the young scouts will appear outside your supermarket selling cookies in january or february. >> and justin joining us again, justin, certainly feels like january. >> yes, cold. >> good football weather.
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it will get bet they are afternoon, great football weather for the eagles game, 60s in the sunshine, back to the 50's for the middle of the week. and, couple of night this week going to be in the 30's. closer to freezing in some suburbs, yes, fall is here. >> this morning. >> sticking around. >> justin, thank you. and that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now. we may be signing off on tv. always on line sunday morning is next. have a great day! go birds! >> ♪
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