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what's the difference between five percent of nothing and... a whole lot more of nothing? but it wouldn't be nothing. it would be a fair share of your assets, including the rights to dennis karig's software. gregson: and that's a pretty substantial motive to... buy yourself some time, earn a little sympathy... watson: maybe you were hoping that faking your own kidnapping would save your marriage. maybe you really do love him. but we think that it was about the money. you and dennis were greedy, so you struck a deal. i can't believe you people. i was taken. yes, by two pakistani men. we've heard your, um, bigoted fantasia. do these look fake to you? no. but they were self-inflicted. as was your suntan. which has faded. it was positively glowing on the news yesterday. your arms were covered, your face was muddied, but this area was exposed. watson: you told us you were locked in a cabin until just a few days ago. and then, in the middle of the night, you were taken to a tent. so tell us, when exactly did you find time to sunbathe? i think it was between visits from your co-conspirator, mr. karig.
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. live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news" at 11:00. inside the 20, >> that was quite the flip there. carson wentz and the eagles are flying height. they handed the vikings their first defeat of the season. it was an all important win, good evening, i'm natasha brown, don bell joining to his break this down. it wasn't pretty >> it was an you uh-uhly you go
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affair. it was the return of sam bradford. taking on the vikings at the linc. carson wentz tight coverage pick after you by andrew. wentz throwing two picks, he does a fumble. bradford had his issue, birds harassing him, picking him off by rodney mccloud. bradford eagles up 11-3. birds up 18-3, fourth quarter vikings, and eagles defense with six sacks holding up strong, the birds between 21-10 >> like told the guys. you got to believe. eliminate the penalties, some of the mistakes and you can see just how good you can be. for us to come out with a win,
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we found a way. they find a way to win and that's what we struggled with. we had chances. so for us to come out and get the win it's huge >> pressure, pressure and pour, the eagles defense battered sam bradford and coming up later on in sports we'll take a closer look at that. right now, birds 4-2. next up the dallas cowboys in arlington. >> that's going to be a good one. >> the mood always a little bit better in philadelphia after a birds win. "eyewitness news" here at chickie and pete's. they had plenty of good things to say about the eagles effort this week. >> i think defense came a long way, stepped it up. did what needed to be done. and we beat the number one team in the nfl. >> unbelievable. thank god after two losses, we're back in action, takes out an undefeated team. >> all right. certainly plenty to smile about for this eagles fan that's new
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jersey's own mike trout. thing angel's is millville native and a huge eagles fan. celebrate with us connect on facebook twitter instagram however you like and cheer on the birds. use the #cbs3. eagles fans enjoyed sunshine at the linc. a beautiful day for a game. what can we expect for the work week? meteorologist lauren casey has the answer. looking at the wake-up weather. is there a jingle for that i think we should come up with one >> it would be very magical. i'm sure it would be. >> temperatures today we were milder for the end of our weekend. 66 about ten degrees warmer than what we felt yesterday. after the blustery start to the weekend. 64 the high temperature in allentown. after highs only in the 40's in the poconos we climbed up into the middle 50's. 60's down the shore. temperatures more mild than
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where we're at this time yesterday. 61 still in cape may. 67 me philadelphia international airport. chill in reading at 48. stormscan 3 showing us we do have activity right now up wind to the form and west. generated by an upper level disturbance and heavy pockets of rainfall riding the border of pennsylvania and new york. we're seeing the shower activity mount pocono. we'll see some of the shower activity sneak into the poconos as head into the overnight. scattered showers in and around the poconos, trying to make their way into the large amount of. berks county and maybe some far northern suburbs. light in intentsty. no wet weather getting out the door, nice and quiet for morning, brief starts to pick up as we head to 9:00. the jacket with the temperature at 56 degrees but you will need
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the winter coat hat and gloves as we head to the upcoming weekend. i'll let you know coming up. a friend is being held at a hero. a woman remains hospitalized after a fire in the port richmond. her dog may have actually saved her life. trang do picks up the story. >>reporter: it was before 4:30 a.m. in port richmond. annie daily woke up to the sound of glass breaking and his neighbor's dog barking. >> you have to do something. i can't sit here and wait for the fire department knowing that some something could be happening >> they tried to break down the door with no success. when firefighters arrived. everyone was stunned to see what was behind the door, they found her in the living room, the dog was on top of her. i guess tried to protect her.
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>> both the woman and the dog were unconscious paramedic, pa rushed the woman to temple hospital. they saying shay saved their lives. >> an emergency relief team scooped up shay suffering from smoke inhalation. >> the neighbors tried covering him up with blankets. the fire department given oxygen but laying there lethargic. he protected his owner? if you treat your animal right. your animal to is going to do the same thing for you. i think that's what, she put a lot of love and care in taking care of her animal >> the woman had a cat that died in the fire. shay is being care ford in langhorne. he is in stable condition. from temple university hospital, i'm trang do.
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cbs3. most residents have been allowed back into their home after a gas leak caused an evacuation. people live ping on the 900 block of salter street were forced out al but one apartment has been cleared at this point. no injuries were reported. investigators in southern california are still trying to figure out exactly why a tour bus slammed into an 18, we're here this morning, 13 people were killed threat of 31 injured. correspond chris martinez is on the scene in north palm springs. >> a crane was needed to separate a tour bus. >> in almost 35 years i've never been to a crash where there's been 13 confirmed fatal accidents. so it's tough. >> survivor told police molest of the passengers were sleeping at the time of the crash.
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first responders used ladders to reach the victims because the editor was inaccessible. >> the trailer itself entered about 15 feet into the bus. so you can see that it was a substantial impact. bus was traveling significantly faster than the tractor-trailer that it struck from behind. >> reporter: the bus driver died while the truck driver was injured as were dozens of passengers >> most of the victims were unrestrained and therefore flown through the air and ended up sustaining facial trauma. >>reporter: the bus was heading west on i 10 from a casino near palm springs, police say 1996 bus was inspected earlier this year. >> no mechanical desean jacksons were noted. >> federal records show the bus company involved owned one bus and had one driver. a huge fire on the delaware
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memorial bridge. the eastbound lanes were closed when the vehicle went up in flames, right now, only the left lane remains closed. a scare earlier today a at philadelphia international airport. caused confusion for at least one airline. according to an airport representative, two passengers walked on to an american airlines plane before boarding time. we're told these two passengers had tickets for their flight from philly to boston but gain unauthorized access by boarding the plane two hours early. out of a precaution, american airlines used a different plane for that flight. earlier today, two bodies were discovered inside a home on the 2700 a man and woman in their 50s were found by neighbor.
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eyewitness here in the 6500 block of green way avenue in southwest philadelphia. police say a man was bitten in the face by a pitbull that he had found a few days earlier. a woman nearby tried to stab the dog which only made things worse. two officers arrived on scene. and they shot and killed the dog. man who was bitten was rushed to the hospital and there's no word yet on his condition. former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane hopes to avoid jail time when a judge sentences her tomorrow. in august, the jury convicted kane of leaking grand jury documents and lying about it under oath. prosecutors are asking for jail time. kane faces 12 to 24 years behind bars. she's currently seeking probation so she can raise her children. more than two weeks inially election day, the presidential candidates are making a final push for votes. many americans are already cast ballots. we're going to take you on the campaign trail. dogs putting their best paws
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forward it's for great cause. cute. we're going to take you along on the mutt strut >> we have chilly mornings into the upcoming work week, i'll let know when to expect the first lows in the 30's and the full forecast coming up.
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. that's the problem is difference between what you say -- i know where he's at on this. at a sunday evening trump didn't back down, it's rigged, broken, corrupt. they want me to take that back. let me tell you, folks, it's a rigged system >> a poll shows 72% of florida republicans believe trump would win if not for voter fraud independent research from the center found little evidence of it. cbs3 "eyewitness news."
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joe biden campaigned for hillary clinton today with anne holt end the wife of vice presidential nominee tim kaine. first stop was at the community college of philadelphia where mrs. biden urged female voters to head to the polls november 8 >> the solutions to the problems are not democratic solutions or republican solutions. they're common sense solutions. and these are the solutions that hillary clinton and tim kaine stand for. >> they also stomped in phoenixville chester county. it was a special organization let's take you on it here, "eyewitness news" in berlin township new jersey for the fourth annual wigs and wishes party. it was powered by friend are by your side. they provide wigs and grant wishes to women and kids diagnosised with
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after a day's delay animals' their owners strutting their stuff in south philly >> "eyewitness news" at the navy yard. the event helps to raise money for pause, a nonprofit that takes in homeless abandoned or unwanted animals in philadelphia. last year, nearly $120,000 was raised many people left today with a newly adopted pet as well. that's a great cause. they going to sweaters on. >> i like it >> they're listening to their forecast >> dogs need the sweatshirt, were he need them if you head into mid week dropping into the 30's for the first time. we have fall is back. today we were milder than yesterday after that blustery chilly start to the weekend today. pretty in his day for sunday. temperatures mild 57 right now as we get a live look at center city philadelphia. the component to our wind flow.
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raised our high temperatures this afternoon about ten degrees over yesterday and again tomorrow back up into the 60's, seasonal high temperatures for us, chilly mornings as we head into mid week with a couple of mornings down in the 30's and we do have our next rain chance but not for several days, you can pack away the umbrella and most places but stormscan 3 showing us we do have rainfalls generated by an upper level disturbance to the north and west. with a little bit of a southerly's stretch. we're seeing shower activity. shower activity just scraping by mount pocono. could see some showers working into the lehigh valley over the next couple hours, dry conditions and good viewing conditions across much of the delaware valley overnight tonight for the meteor shower, ten to 25 meteors per hour. and it runs until november 7th. you still have time to check out and look for some of those, overnight partly cloudy
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conditions chance of an isolate shower far to the north and west not as chilly dropping back to 51, for tomorrow, 64, sunshine patchy clouds breezy conditions with a northeasterly wind. brisk breezy day. temperatures we are in the as chilly as 24 hours ago, but still feeling a bit of that autumn in allentown. 47, we're at 49 in reading, temperatures along the i95 corridor in the 50's and still hanging ton near 60 in wildwood. as we head through the overnight temperatures are not going to be as chilly, some of our wake-up numbers in the 60's. we'll wake up to 61 in philadelphia. for tomorrow, sunshine and patchy clouds to start off the work week. breeze picks up but we will have seasonal high temperatures. as we head into evening hours clear sky will allow for that chill to settle in quickly after sunset along with the breeze
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keeping up into the evening hours. cool-down is in store as we head to the upcoming work week, a dip in the jet stream is in store in tuesday and wednesday, allow some of that cooler canadian air to spill in. that will drive our high temperatures down and our low temperatures down. for tomorrow, mostly sunny and breezy at the shore, high temperature 65. not bad day in the poconos partly sunny breezy way high temperature at 50. we'll climb generally into the 60's across much of the area tomorrow, 60 in reading, we'll top at 60 in trenton and low to mid 60's at the shore, cooler air does arrive on tuesday, 57 degrees still a bit of a breeze. wednesday morning, there is our coldest start of the season in the city, 38 degrees. suburbs, you know, you'll be cooler than that, 55 by wednesday afternoon, our next chance of rain arrives late day on thursday, pretty good bet for much needed rainfall thursday before we clear out again on
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friday. >> i see the dip to the 30's. >> got to happen at some point. >> we still basking in the glow of victory >> yes, it will be a couple days. struggling for the last two games, the eagles defense came to play. and they made sam bradford's return to
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i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you.
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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.
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. they hit him 20's times, sacked him six times, birds win 21-10. it was fun to watch our defense today. we love it. we enjoy having getting the taunt to go after him and it paid off. >> yeah, it did. coming up in the sports zone more on the bee-down the eagles gave sam bradford. the birds offense kind of in a are you the. just one touchdown in their last nine quarters, darwin walker to break the down in just a few minutes. >> thank you so much. appreciate it. yoga pants on parade is still ahead. what one man said that led to this hundreds of women proudly
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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. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ oh cbs3 all teaming up. october is national breast cancer awareness month and the
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pink lights are a reminder to schedule a mammogram and to stay vigilant. meisha took a pink toyota to the birds game today. if you see the pink car around the city, snap a selfie. the car makerer will donate one to susan g. komen for every photo that's shared. that's for great 'cause everyone. lauren is back with a last check on but pat toomey actually owned a bank. most people owe the 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.
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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. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.


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