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>> it is mild monday. we could have a wet week later. katie is here to time it all out for you. good morning, i'm rahel solomon. >> i'm jim donovan. first, what you need to know to start your day in the morning minute. >> once a rising star in pennsylvania politics, kathleen kane is now waiting to hear if she is going to jail. >> kathleen kane sentence could range from probation to maximum of 12 to 24 years in prison. >> it is rigged. it is broken. >> donald trump is campaigning in florida. >> and despite polls favoring hillary clinton, trump says polls showing him struggling among women are, quote, very inaccurate. >> it is tough. it is tough for all every us. >> tragedy on the highway in southern california. thirteen people are dead after their tour bus slammed into a tractor-trailer this weekend.
>> if you treat your animal right, you know, your animal will do the same thing for you. >> neighbors say a dog saved its owner's life after fire rips through their port richmond home. >> at the 35, 30, at the ten, touchdown. into the end zone. the eagles have taken the lead. >> a lot of great look at. that will the birds go onto win 21 to ten. >> that's right, we'll have reaction from fans and angelo cataldi live from the wip studios in just a few minutes, first, to ever katie and jim. might have been doing it over good, but i had on a winter quote, big heavy scarfs, no shame. >> you and i are one of those, we're kin drayed on this, 58 degrees, oh, little nippy. >> exactly. >> and also, worth a mention, philadelphia union made the playoffs. yahoo. they did lose in the last regular season game, but that's all right. so let's mover things along
here, looking ahead, really pleasant day. it is late october. it will still be a tad breezy out, there but seasonable. we look tell temperatures readings, startings things off on quiet note. couple of stray showers rolled through specially the northern counties, at this point, left over moisture, more than anything, reading clouds right now. sometimes the radar can overdo t and i do think that that's what's happening here. notice what's happened in the last couple of hours, any showers that were out there, have really fizzled. so, for the most part, any of this, you know, wet weather that you're seeing on radar, real just goes away, end up with clouds breaking for more and more sunshine, temperature difference in the last 24 hours, significant, especially where you have the clearest sky even wilmington, 15 degrees milder than this same time yesterday. however, at the moment, we're still finding pretty noticeable breeze we call it out of the west that winds is blowing at 13 miles per hour, in the city of philadelphia, 56 degrees, and your flirting with 60 at the shore. that's a spot that's actually going to exceed the daytime high in philly you get the
moderate ago influence from the open ocean water being still breezy though, but everybody ends up with sunshine, little cooler up in the mountains, now your area headlines granted bright and breezy start to the week. but because of the clear skies, frost potential eventually returns to the forecast, we'll let you know when, but then also, about this next shot for rain, does common thursday, but i think i can do little better and give you bit more specifics as to when that rain is going to get here on thursday. so, much more on that later in the show. meisha? >> katie, when there is frost, we know it will get chilly. thank you so much for. that will good morning everyone, happy monday. looking outside at the beautiful ben. you can see moving in the westbound direction, if you have been with us all morning, you know this is certainly starting to heat up. just waking up with us, good morning, starting to heat up little bit pushing in the westbound direction toward center city. that's what it is look being like there, 422 headlights eastbound direction at oaks, heating up a little bit on 422, as well, we've been watching that slowly increase, same store which interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction at girard, looking therefore those of you maybe thinking about heading out
there, or if you wait for the kids to get on the bulls, they go out to school, you know it will be, i would say, pretty busy by the time we get into the 6:00 hour. interstate 95, what you are working with, overturned vehicle in new jersey, you guys, route 55, northbound, near glassboro, left lane is blocked. so heads up on that. any time we have overturned vehicle, it will be a lot of people throughout, a lot of flashing lights, take it east any that area. construction new jersey, 295 southbound, between 45 and repaupo, blocked until 6:00 a.m. >> thank you, what a good game yesterday. jimmy heard someone say trying to figure out this eagles team is like part of one of those rubik's cubes? >> raise your hand if you predicted they beat the undefeated eagles. yes, i was among them. and anita oh, live inside the sports radio 94wip studios where the phones are lighting up this morning, good morning, anita. i think we all agree mondays are always better after an an eagles win. >> reporter: absolutely, jim, rahel. it certainly is a good morning for eagles fans as they are
waking up to the 21 to ten victory over the previously undefeated minnesota vikings and former teammate sam bradford. enough forehead coach mike symmetrical the game embarrassing and today we are here at wip getting reaction from angelo cataldi. they're on the air right now. and here's what he talks up that win to. >> real story with the eagles defense, how they harassed sam bradford so much that he fumbled the ball at times to big interception early in the game. and the defense showed up again, and the eagles got a great win against the very good football team. >> but of course hyped up birds fans excited about the win specially after two straight losses, the energy just going through the linc as you can see from this video, we caught up with a few of them after the game. >> the fact sam bradford came back, basically embarrased them, puts a smile on my face, these two teams that everybody hangs on to the superbowl that we beat already. >> defense played well. offense did just enough.
>> we are lappy to come down here from all the way from north dakota. and see them pull out a win, the eagles. >> north dakota, and it is a far ride from there, that's the wentz wagon for you, very loyal, right? but many people agree this was not carson's best game. many turnovers, a hundred 38 yards, can he bring back the magic he brought in september? finds out sunday when the eagles face the dallas cowboys. for now live at wip, anita oh, cbs-3 "eyewitness news", back to you. >> i'm like a little kid with the wentz wagon, got my eagles suit ready. there goes. >> i've got my eagles suit. we're going to put that on in about another 15 minute, so stay tuned for that. >> now, i would like to borough it. >> yes. >> with roughly two weeks before reelection day, donald trump holding couple of rallies in florida today, one in saint augustine, the other in tampa. now, florida is a swing state that he's giving top priority.
hillary clinton meanwhile campaigns in massachusetts with massachusetts senator elizabeth in manchester, new hampshire today. now, cbs news poll out sunday shows clinton leading trump by three points in the sunshine state and almost tied with the republican nominee in texas. >> well, the time now 5:37. in business news this morning, a new idea for the breakfast table. >> and another transportation business is banning galaxy note seven smart phones. hena daniels joins us live from the new york stock exchange with details. good morning, hena. >> good morning, guys. last week, stocks here on wall street were sluggish. investors going to wait and see if wall street can rally, mixed close on friday, the dow down 16 points, nasdaq gained 15. >> at around t owe posted eight a billion dollars bid to buy time warner immediately raised regulatory concerns. prompting the senate's anti-trust committee, it is scheduled a hearing for next month. the deal would combine at&t with the company that owned hbo, warner brothers, cbs,
cnn, the acquisition still has to be approved by the department of justice. >> if you want to see the chicago cubs play in their first series, in 71 years, it is going to cost you. tickets are being listed on average for $3,000, for tomorrow's game, and according to the chicago tribune it, will cost more than $6,000 for the cubs first home game on friday. >> first, planes, now trains, amtrak trains not permitting the samsung galaxy note seven on any of it trains because of the risk that they could catch fire. this applies to their buses, stations, and platforms, as well. you guys may remember, last week, the faa banned the note seven from all commercial flight. >> and, how about thin mints for breakfast? get ready for girl scout cookie serial. producing the limited edition cereals. both flavors will be carmel crunch and thin mints will be available nationwide
mid-january. back to you. >> now, hena, i'm not usually that -- you know, i don't go past cheerios, but i think i will try those. >> i love thin minute, guys, if there is a box sitting at home i will not go to the gym so i can rush home and eat my thin mints on the couch. that bad. >> well, i'll be sure to let you know how they taste. >> well, a man faces attempted murder charges this morning, in south carolina, after stabbing a fellow church member. >> now, police say it happened in the middle of sunday school service, st. paul ame church. now, authorities say, there wasn't an argument or any animosity, six a year old lewis just stood up and stabbed the man behind him, three times. the victim is in stable condition and fortunately is expected to survive. >> well, coming up: taylor swift does something she hasn't done in a year. >> that's up next. and got to tell you, plus this. >> i'm marlie hall in clementon, new jersey. with new guidelines on how to help prevent sudden infant death syndrome.
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>> welcome back, i have to tell you it was a party at the white house over the weekend. >> ♪ ♪ >> phillies own jill scott was just one every many singers to perform for president obama. the white house concert was in partnership with bet network to celebrate the president's eight years in offers. the concert was taped and will air sometime next month. >> well, i have to tell you, one of america's most quirky and best loved comedians the latest winner of the mark twaine prize for hearn humor. bull mir i honored last night for a lifetime of making people laugh. murray got his start with a memorable terrible your on on saturday night live. starting classics like caddy shack, strikes, and murray says that he was humble by the award. >> as much at i dread it -- as much as i dread it, dread this, i really had to come back to this idea that there was -- there is love. there is love. that is what we came with, what we go with.
>> still making us laugh. rare appearance by david letterman, murray was letterman's first guess on the nbc and cbs shows. >> taylor swift only public concert this year drew this crowd of 80,000, singer debuted hers pea and/rendition, this is what you came for saturday night, in austin texas, i got to tell you, fans came from all across the to support her and her only scheduled 2016 public concert. the crowd ranges as one of the largest to date. >> and the odd couple are back tonight on cbs-3, check out this clip, where oscar felix helped save his favorite sport bar from closing. >> ♪ >> oscar? >> i wanted to raise some money to save so i went down to the bank and asked for a loan. >> that's what they said. so i guess that's it. my favorite hang out spot langford will be no more. >> mahe rest in grief.
>> i'm sorry, oscar, i know how much that place means to you. i just wish i knew someone with some money to put into a rock solid investment. a hero who is willing to swoop in, save the day. >> and star matthew perry told us what he enjoys most about playing oscar. >> the cool thing about playing oscar, just a mess, so i don't have to go to hair and make up really, and i haven't shaved my face in three years. and he is just sort of grumpy, funny, lovable, mess. so my predecessors are amazing, walter, jack, and the key to playing the part was not do an impression every those guys, which is just try to bring myself as much of myself into the part as i could. >> interesting. and you can catch the odd couple tonight at 9:30, right here on cbs-3. >> nice idea, not having to put on make up. >> do your hair, ya. >> i dream of that.
yes, not having to shave. >> what the heck? >> this conversation is going downhill. meisha, let's switch gears. >> well, you know what guys, really looking ahead overall just few-like week. few rain chances along the way, wind running theme, as women. >> maybe some frost potential, few extras to toss in here, general theme quiet. sunshine. as we take a look here overlooking "skycam 3", out to ocean city you've got some pretty quiet boards out here, i will not be shock if we don't see anybody out there today. it is a little cool. it is late october. i know some people love this time of the year at the shore but crowds are down quite substancially now, the best of the summer like heat has gone away. take a look at storm scan3. if we consideration love to come back, check out what we've going on with the eyewitness weather watchers. let's check out what they've got to say here. off to bit of cool start. mid 50's around much of the region, we is her know on handful of these. fifty-four this morning from
kerry, she has got couple of clouds out in mt. laurel. further inland toward some of the outlying suburbs, friends in hot ingham, chester county, clear skies for him at 54 degrees, no where near the chill we experience in the recent mornings here. so sort of leveling off here, much more typical territory. charles up in bath, even there, only 50 degrees. we had couple of real pretty pictures that came. i want to share them with you. beautiful shot this morning from phil. he loves to take these really pretty just beauty shot. i love this one, all of the fall colors, built into the leaves. that have already fallen now from all of the winds that came through the other day. also pretty shot of the moon, that one came in from alan this morning. thanks, guys, for sending in your report. keep them coming. regardless, storm scan quieting down. couple of showers through the northern suburbs, since cleared away, and we are really left with just a clearing sky as a result. very quickly, as we check on the tropics, you know what? for a change, there is nothing happening. i love when i can show that you kind after map. so, certainly, on the wide zoom, you have couple of
disturbances here, passage every frontal boundary, one area of showers, thunderstorms, trying to develop. but at this point, it does not appear as there is any kind of tropical development waiting in the wings for us. so that's certainly some good news. meanwhile, we look forward in the forecast, and we are expecting if i can get the clicker to do it, there you go, seven day forecast, temperatures do drop off into the 50's for the next few days. so notice, the breeze today, the winds tomorrow, and then tuesday night, and wednesday, that wind tapers off. that is your shot for frost potential pretty much region wide. then the next chance for rain comes along thursday primarily in the p.m. hours. and another chance for rain on saturday. meisha, over to you. >> all right, katie, thank you so much. and good morning, everyone, happy monday to you. everyone will be in great mood today. coming off the eagles win. and the roadways guys not bad. looking pretty good. blue route moving in the southbound direction pace villanova. working with as you head out there right now, a lot of vehicles out on the roadway, no doubt about it, see it here, schuylkill, taillights evening direction approaching golf muscles. see how many vehicles are moving close in the eastbound, and the westbound side at this
point. so, even just 20 minutes ago did not quite look like this. a lot of people getting early jump top their day, not bad idea specially on monday. if you can. the boulevard moving in the southbound direction, this is what you are working with there, look at just couple of times this morning already. you can see, it is looking like it is heating up. then once you jump on to the schuylkill moving in the westbound direction, looking a lot like this. so no delays. you are still traveling at around 55 miles per hour, hopefully i can keep you there. as we push into the 6:00. overturned vehicle in new jersey, this is actually overturned pick-up trucks. fifty-five northbound, near glassboro, left lane block, still out there. going to start causing some slow downs now. so if you have to head out to this area any time soon, just know, you will be tapping on your brakes, more vehicles that get out, there the more problems we have in that area. construction northeast extention northbound between lansdale, quakertown, right lane blocked in that area. might slow you down just ever so slightly. then on the pa turnpike at bensalem both directions on the ramps, as well, jim, over to you. >> thank you so much, meisha. the liacouras center at temple
university is glowing pink. cbs-3, the "cw philly" and komen philadelphia, are once again teaming up in the fight against breast cancer. turning the region pink. october as you know is national breast cancer awareness month. and the pink lights are a reminder to schedule a mammogram. and stay vigilant in the fight to ends breast cancer. on the cbs-3 health watch. about 3500 babies die every year from sleep related death. >> now the american academy of pediatrics is issuing new recommendations for safe sleep foreign fans. marlie hall has the details. >> jessica schwinn son and her fiancee made sure their two month old baby girl malea is close by for bed time. >> so we can see her, keep an eye on her, listen to her breathing. >> and that's right in step with new guidelines from the american academy of pediatrics. to help decrease the chances of sudden infant death syndrome, other slope related death. the group recommends infant share their parents bedroom for at least the first six month of life, and identify
deally for the first year. >> the studies that were done looking at the reduction in risk is good. really we're done throughout the first year of life. weep know that can be as much as 50% reduction. >> the recommendations continue to reminds parents that babies should be placed on their backs, on affirm mattress, in the crib or bassinet. should be no blanket, bumpers, pillows or toys. doctor lori feldman winters says breast feed something also recommended. >> breast feed reduce the risk every sids bias much as 07%. >> also recommended, offer a pacifier at nap and bed time. and babies should get plenty of supervised awake tummy time to promote development. >> malea's parents are doing everything they can to keep her safe. including giving her her own -- >> never let her sleep in the same bed with us, just too dangerous. >> that way, everyone sleeps better. but only for three to four hours at a time.
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meisha, a you were down there in the mid many of the. i saw you dancing. >> i think i was doing everything, i got to meet so many bird fans, and i took a lot of pictures, you guys, here's just a few of themment take a look at your screens right now. i have to say, special energy about yesterday with the vikings coming back with sam bradford, a lot of the fans were coming up to the tailgate, just to talk football. this guy in particular. he was one, i think he showed up in about ten of our pictures, jim, i think he was stanting in front of the pink toyota with me at one point as well, of course the pink toyota we know that tow out a was donate ago dollar to susan g. komen for breast cancer. here, trying to do my best cheerleader pose. i look at this picture, i should have smiled with them. i was trying to be hard holding the football, ya, bring it on, then i saw the cheerleaders, they're all so beautiful and cute there. is me with the eagles cheerleaders. then of course, sludge, on the far left of the screen, you can see, stand withing some fans, pink toyota pictures,
also doing a loft interviews at wip, everyone us a gut inch too us, most people did think the eagle would win. of course we all know they did. take a look, i even got some teenagers, grabbed them, pulled them up. hey what are you guys like ten, 11? they looked at me like i was crazy, no, we're like 17, 18. they are of course standing by the pink toyota. they new it would give a dollar to the breast cancer, so a mix of everything, awesome. >> sounds good. i'll keep the suit handy. we will wear this every single week as long as we win. rahel, back to you. >> another incentive for eagles win, guys, thank you. coming up in the next hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news", philadelphia international airport wants to know how two passengers got on a plane long before they were supposed to. and do you have expired prescriptions in your medicine cabinet? doctor rob will be here to tell us when it is time to throw them out. and the five items everyone should have on hand at home. coming up.
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>> hillary clinton is making a big push in several battle ground states. as donald trump continues to claim the election is rigged. >> i'm roxannea in new york, that story coming up. >> touchdown. into the end zone, and the eagles are taking the lead. >> it was augustly start, but the eagles soared to victory hear from carson wentz about heeding the un defeating vikings. well, today is monday, october 24th, good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. we are all certainly feeling good after the win. jim even broke out the suit. >> i did. the wore the magic suit few minutes ago. i will tweet out the pictures for those every you just wacking up. >> the proof, the proof. >> and katie and meisha getting a start this morning. >> yes, you guys looking outside the roads looking pretty good. accident in new jersey, i'm talk about that, overturned truck, that's going to slow you down, plus all of the roads starting to heat up little bit. >> as they always do.