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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. thankfully looks like a quiet
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day, little breezy, seasonable, feels like october. so it is very, very much what you would expect. although, we have been very, very spoiled as of late, temperatures into the eight's, so, yes, those days are gone guys. you will be need to go break out the heavier layers again. i know we've been flipping outward robes like crazy lately, but the warmth, exceptional warmth, going by the wayside. you can see we had couple of showers, the last couple of hours, all since fizzled away. really in the clear at this point. there are still some clouds. even hint of left over fog up at pleasant valley middle and high schools here, up at broads head ville, so far north the spot where we did end up with couple of showers, regardless, now seen them fizzle as we showed you evidence on storm scan3, temperatures off to warm start in ac and wildwood. in fact, low 60s currently, but around the entire region generally it is just a little milder than average. as we go throughout the day here, temperatures level off. come lunchtime for the kids will walk out on to the playground here with full
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sunshine. mid 60s, though, you know, that's right along the border line i would say of heeding at least sweatshirts. not the worse idea to pack the extra layer along. even headed out the door still cool enough to require that. >> absolutely, especially for the kids on recess. pack those sweatshirts. they'll need it. all right, thank you so muchment looking outside right now, we are starting to heat up. interstate southbound past cottman, what you are look at, see a lot of brake lights starting to go off now. letting you know you are probably dropping little less than posted speeds. i was hoping to keep up at about 55 miles deeper into the 6:00. looks like it will slow down little quicker than that, so, for themes every just maybe making your first cup of coffee. you will need extra time. looking if you take it all the way up to the airport not bad. everything looking okay at the airport, delaware county starting to heat up. schuylkill headlights moving in the eastbound direction, at city avenue looking at the boulevard moving in the
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southbound trend before up jump on to the schuylkill. it was looking like that was also starting to slow down just little bit. then once you jump on to the schuylkill, moving in the westbound direction, you're starting to slow down little bit. eastbound side, slow traveling around 55 miles per hour but you will drop sometime coming up soon. then the overturned vehicle on route 55 near glassboro left lane still block. jim, rahel, back to you. >> pennsylvania's former top prosecutor find herself on the receiving end of a judge's sentence. >> kathleen kane will return to court after being convicted of leaking grand jury document, and then lying about it under oath. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live at the montgomery county courthouse in norristown where will learn her fate in a few hours, jan? >> rahel, jim, the sentence for former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane could range anywhere from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison. now, kane and her attorneys are certainly hoping for leniency, and they've ask the judged for as much. take a look at the video. kathleen kane is hoping the judge will grant her probation or house arrest, so she can be at home to raise her two
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teenage sons. kane argues the loss of her career, her law license, her reputation, are enough. prosecutor call her crimes aggregious, asking for jail time. comes after cane convicted in a summerall nine counts of perjury and obstruction of justice charges. during the pile prosecution told story of attorney general's fall from grace. at first attorney general kane enjoyed mostly positive press, as she supported gay marriage, and ramp up the child preditor unit. that soon changed. top deputies, season prosecutors start today leave. during her trial, prosecutors laid out a calculated team tan concocted. documents to a rotator make a rival prosecutor look bad. then tried to frame someone else for the leak, kathleen kane did not testify at her august trial. she will be back in court today, her sentencing start here, at the montgomery county courthouse right around 10:00. of course we will be here to cover it all. for now live in norristown, jan carabeo, cbs-3,
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"eyewitness news", rahel, jim, back to you. >> jan, thank you. in other news with two weeks until election day, donald trump continues campaigning in florida. and hillary clinton heads to new hampshire. as roxannea reports, the two candidates are stepping up their efforts in key states. >> hillary clinton crisscrossed north carolina sunday appearing alongside mothers of the movement in raleigh. and blasting donald trump, at a rally in charlotte. >> he refused to say that he would respect the results of our election. some people are sore losers, you know, we just got to keep going. >> stomping for clinton in las vegas, president obama criticized republicans for backing the gop nominee. >> when you finally get them on pace, bragging about actions that qualify sexual assaults, and his pole numbers go down, suddenly that's a deal breaker. well, what took you so long? >> recent polls show a number of pivot ago starts slipping
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away from trump, including the usually red state of texas. the latest cbs battlegrounds tracker shows trump leading clinton by only three points in the state. >> we are behind. >> despite the tire numbers tram campaign manager says still has a chance. >> our advantage is that donald trump is just going to continue to take the case pot people. >> it is rigged. it is brokenment it is corrupt. >> at an outdoor rally in florida yesterday. trump continued to question the us voting system. as well as polls showing clinton leading him among women. >> i really think those polls are very inch at rack. when it comes to women. i think we are doing better with women than with men, frankly. >> early vote something said to begin in most florida counties today. roxannea, cbs news. >> and perhaps the biggest global race is for u.s. senate between republican pat toomey and katie mcginty. tonight they'll hold their second and final debate. toomey is the incumbent.
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he and mcginty will face-off tonight at temple university performing arts center, the latest polls show senate race is at statistical dead heat. we are little more than 14 days until voters have the last word. of course, stay with "eyewitness news" as we follow the candidates through evening election day. coverage continues on line any time at cbsphilly.com. well, teenager in stable condition after being shot in the face in southwest philly. police tell us, the 17 year old boy was shot in broad daylight. it happened yesterday, afternoon, around the 7500 block of elmwood street. no arrests have been made in the shooting. police are also trying to figure out how two people died in a south philadelphia home. investigators tell us, a neighbor found the man and woman both in their 50's, yesterday in the 2700 block of 11th street. they believe both died inside the home, no details on a cause of death. >> and an unusual flight delay out of philadelphia international airport after two passengers got on their plane very early.
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fran chest co-and his daughter board dollars flight to boston, through unlock gate door before the scheduled departure sunday morning. now, philadelphia international airport says both passengers did have tickets for the flight. but american airlines says they boards dollars two hours early. >> it was clear that know were very confused. and did not speak english. >> someone went through the door. they just followed the person? >> yes. >> was it unlocked? >> no, it was open. >> american airlines used another plane to fly to boston. the air carrier says the two passengers cleared security test points, does not consider this a security breach. well, the eagles are back in the win column after knocking off the nfl's last undefeated team, the minnesota vikings. for the second straight week, eagles scored a touchdown on a kick return, josh huff took off for 98-yard touchdown run in the first quarter but the birds defense was the star of the game. they sacked former eagle sam bradford six times and forced three turnovers. while it wasn't always pretty carson wentz said the birds did what they had to do.
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>> you know, we've always believed in ourselves. obviously two tough road losses the last two weeks, but we believe we can be a great team. we believe we can win a lot of ballgames. for us to come out here and beat the vikings, just confirms what we believe. >> wentz through for one touchdown on the way, eagles had an angel in their corner at the game. that's los angeles angels start mike trout in the black hood i. he grew up in millville new jersey and is a diehard eagles fan season ticket holder. >> congrats to the team. well, local woman is lucky to be alive after her home catches fire. finds out how her pet is being credited when saving her life coming up. >> also ahead, disturbing video of seven year old boy getting punched in the stomach at school, not by classmate, but by another kid's parents. we'll hear from the little boy. up. >> and the picture of this eight year old boy went viral in august when his home was destroyed by the historic flooding in south carolina. well now he and his family are getting helping hands from 800 miles away.
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their heart-warming story next. >> ♪ >> ♪ fly like an eagle ♪ >> city definitely flying high and flying like an e-a-g-l-e-s they will morning, after yesterday afternoon. wentz may not have been the prettiest game, but a win is a game. >> who cares? we won. >> that's all that matters. we'll be right back.
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>> outrage in the nation's capitol when a parent apparently punches a child at school. camera inside the spring academy caught a parent acting inch appropriately friday morning. she said she requested this video from the school's hallway after her seven year old son, john told her a
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schoolmate's parent as ousted him. >> i was in the hallway. and somebody tub. me in my stomach real bad. and made my stomach painful. >> that's disturbing. police are investigating the incident. the school says the health and safety of our students, teachers, and staff; our number one priority. >> well, while some young people are playing video games and making trouble, one south carolina boy is trying to help those in need. it was this picture of a devastated eat and cuomo that attracted the attention of eight year old cameron smalls, it showed the flooding that hit southern louisianna in august. cameron, got to work, making sure that those flood victims got what they needed. if i got affected by the flood, i would be sad. so i immediately, immediately wanted to help them. >> well cameron got some help from his church members, collecting donations, needless to say, cameron and eat and are now great friends. what a story. it is so amazing sometimes to
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see even how young children can really inspire change. >> exactly. >> well, katie, joining us now, katie, do you think that you might be able to inspire change in this forecast? >> well, it does look as though i can at least promise you some sunshine. >> okay. >> i think it is important to remember though i am the messenger. you know? when we look forward, not much that's really all that bad about this forecast, got bit of a chill that set unless for mid week, rain eventually works its way back into the forecast, but not nor couple of days, wind still running theme, too. but yes, we can handle that. there are someplace that is have already seen some snow. i know that some are you craving that, we're not going to see that any time soon. but gone are the 80 plus degrees days for now. storm scan3, showing little bit of at least in the last few hours the fact we had couple of showers rolling through the northern counties, that's our latest disturbance, cold front dropping through, it will knock the temperatures back to the mid week. but, pretty lackluster front when it comes to moisture content, and the rest of the eastern third of the us is very, very calm and collected right now, although, we are,
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again, going to be contends withing winds. so we look ahead to the future wind gust, even by noontime, still talking gusts that peak as high as the 20's, kind of going to be the story everywhere. through the rest of the day, i wouldn't be shock to see few 30 agree wind gusts out of this, as well, generally talking winds, sustained, as high as 15 to 20 miles per hour, and there you have it. there is the 31 degrees mile per hour gust that comes in at least on the computer data through the overnight. now as far as the rest of the day goes, yes, you have the breeze. it is nice day. mostly sunny, breezy, but we hit seasonable 64 degrees out of t later tonight dropping down to the low 40's, we look forward in the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, we are talking mid 50's, tuesday, wednesday, as well as thursday, and then generally to me right now looks like p.m. hours of thursday when we see the next rounds of rain. it clears out by friday. we rebound ever so slightly, and then another cold front sends us back in the 50's for sunday. >> look at the mornings, katie, looking chilly in some of those days, thank you, good morning, happy monday. we are kicking off brand new week together.
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we are getting busy out here, this is where we had flat type, disable vehicle pulled off to the side up now, take a look at this, interstate pushing in the superintendent bound direction all of the lanes morning, into cottman, looking very very slow. so, at an extra 15, 20 minute right now. approaching the schuylkill, weaver over turned pick up in new jersey or accident 100 north state road. more coming up in a little bit. first take a quick break, stay right where you are. right where you are. most people owe the bank. but pat toomey actu. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws...
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>> welcome back, already looking forward to your weekend, if you have outdoor plans scheduled this weekend, halloween parades, we want to gave you a sense what you might be facing. at this point it is looking pretty obvious, that there be there cold front passage that takes place, the timing still a little up in the air. we know it is definitely going to be turning cooler through the course of the weekends from saturday to sunday, although, the timing of the rain is still what could change. at this point, the most likely time frame looks like saturday, especially the p.m. hours, we will be fine tuning this as we move closer and closer to the upcoming week tend self. guys, we send it back into you. >> thank you. is your front door looking little worn? maybe time for new one. >> if you think you should
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losses, the birds are back with a 21 to ten win over the previously undefeated minnesota vikings, i'm anita oh, at wip. they're on the air right now. coming up: what fans are saying to that match up between quarterback carson wentz and sam bradford. what wip angelo cataldi thinks the birds need to work on. >> all right, anita. looking outside, an accident in pottstown and in cheltenham. an overturned truck in new jersey. updates for mass transit. all of that is coming back. first, we want to take a quick break. stay right w
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for the content of this advertising. >> good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon, it is 6:30, here's what you need to know this morning in your morning minute. the big question out here in norristown today is will former attorney general of
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pennsylvania kathleen kane get prison time, house rest or probation? her and her attorneys are hoping for leniency. >> 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 clammed into tractor-trailer this weekend. it is rigged. it is broken. >> just two weeks until reelection day, hillary clinton and donald trump continue to focus on swing states. >> the democratic nominee spent yesterday in north carolina, the gop candidate is in florida. touchdown. summersaults into the end zone. the eagles have taken the lead. >> certainly good morning for eagles fans, as they're waking up to the 21 to ten victory. >> the fact sam bradford came back, basically embarrased him, puts a smile on my face. >> i knew the eagles were going to win. >> i'm just so happen that i they did. >> some of the experts kept on saying no, no, no i'm like go away. >> we're happy nonetheless.
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eagles fans fired up this morning, live at wip studios getting their reaction, and hearing from angelo cataldi coming up in a bit. first, see what the weather is doing with katy? >> guys, typical late october day for us. still bit of breeze to contend with through the overnight. in fact, even had couple of showers rolling through all courtesy of relatively moisture starved front at boundary. the one that will knock the temperatures back to below average again. so we had the opportunity to warm up, back to typical territory yesterday. that will be the same story today. but even as you look at storm scan right now, tri-state sweep, few speckles evergreen, left over moisture, in other words, of the showers, that rolled through. and you can see them fizzling within the last loop. left with clouds, sometimes the radar talking the sweep we just showed you, can be deceiving, yes, still moisture to work with. but we dried out. officially. temperatures in the meantime are generally at least through the central sliver of our region in the 50's, go far enough north, you have the 40's, where some of the cool air is beginning to nudge n even milder if you go to the shore. this time of year, you start
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to see that moderating influence come into play from the ocean water. so that's going to be the story as well at the shore today. mostly sunny, granted breezy but 65 and we will out doo the philadelphia temperature of 64 we expect to hilt. forty-eight in the mountains, overall, looking just again like really nice day with more sun, but, be aware of the breeze, not what i would cawley feel like fine line between windy and breezy, it is not a windy day, but we could still see gusts peaking as high as maybe 30 here and there. meisha, we sent it into you. >> katie, thank you so much. and good monday morning, everyone, if you are just waking up with us we are starting to heat up on the roadways right now. you what looking at is he schuylkill moving in the eastbound direction at city avenue. we've got our eye set on. >> this because we are watching this compared to the web side. i know the westbound side start rogue to slow down for those every you jumping offer the boulevard, getting on the schuylkill. starting to slow down, kind of hard to see in this camera shot. look way over here, see just how slow moving it is. eastbound side, you are still
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traveling, at around 55 miles per hour, so not bad. we know if you push closer to center city you'll start to slow down little more. overall still looking okay there. it is the westbound side really got my eye on this morning. boulevard southbound, take a look at this. all of this heading to the schuylkill westbound at city avenue. and it is getting very slow on the boulevard, moving in the southbound direction, as well. then, we look at interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction at girard. yikes. really starting to heat up now. we can expect it on a monday morning specially around 6:30, so, given that we can expect that, give yourselves extra time. accident here pottstown, involving injuries. route 100 southbound, at north state road. just heads up for those every in you that area. this accident in jersey 55 northbound near glassboro since cleared. so looking good there. we have hundred more accident out there in cheltenham. i'll get to that coming up in ten minutes, jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, meisha. mondays just seem bit easier after eagles win, don't he? >> sure do. and beating the undefeated vikings just makes it a little better. >> exactly.
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>> anita oh, live from inside the wip studios where at even a the phones ringing off the hook this morning, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jim, rahel. it is certainly an exciting morning after that 21 to ten win over the previously undefeated minnesota vikings. we are here at wip. they are on the air right now talking about all of the ups and downs of that game. angelo cataldi actually just called me out on sports radio for being a fan of this blue blazer and white under shirt combo. that carson wentz wore to his postgame conference, again, they are on the air right now, angelo's not a fan of this blazer. what he is a fan of is the eagles bringing a game whether it came to defense. take a listen. >> i think it was more a question of the eagles finally realizing if they're going to be any sort after team this year, they're going to have to play stronger defensively. the game at washington was terrible. washington should not be getting 500 yards in offense. and the eagles came out, and that just look like a different team. >> but of course, hyped up
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birds fans just as excited about this win specially after two straight losses. the energy was just pulls g through the linc as you can see from this video. we caught up with a few of them after the game. >> glad we got the w, you know? that's all that matters at the end of the day. >> bradford choke just like woe choke when he played for us. >> everybody dominate. like i said, you got to believe. baby. that's how we d you know we did t yes we got it done. sam bradford going home. five and one. ya, e-a-g-l-e-s, eagles. >> those are eagles fans for you, and of course many people were looking forwards to that match up between quarterback carson wentz and sam bradford. but many people agree that both of them had four showings on sunday. carson wentz had multiple turnovers, and only 138 yards. so the bigger question is, can he bring his a game and bring back that september streak for sunday's game against the dallas cowboys. i guess we will find out. for now live at wip this morning. anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness
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news". >> i need to get that hat, and eat, a the birds hatch to match my suit. i would be complete. >> that blazer that he wore, did you see that? >> ya, i didn't like the blazer. i have my eagles suit. check my twitter feed. you will be amazed. >> i did, i did. >> that's a blazer. >> yes. >> so meisha, you got to hang out with the fans yesterday at the cbs-3 and wip eagles tailgate. >> i did. the guy with the hat on, jim wants that hat, i want that hat, as women. he was wondering -- >> is that an e-a-g-l-e-s snell. >> i don't know what it was, but i like it, but that guy that you saw his innocent -- energy, that's what i dealt with 24 hours yesterday. on twitter, live with the fans, yes, hanging out with all of the fans, hosting the tailgate yesterday. i have to tell you guys what, what a game for so many reasons. but then also the energy from the people down there our viewers, the eagles fans, i saw a couple of fans walking around, hiding behind things, so this is one of our fans you guys, one of our viewers, big shout out to him.
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he was coming around with us being helping us out. all interviewing everyone that you will see in these pictures, we were talking to, both on the air, off the air, talking who they thought would win. i have to say a lot of the fans coming up to me, they new the eagles would win. they new they would play undefeated team. they just had this confidence in the eagles. and it proved. it proved right. so you can see the pink toyota behind us, cool story about that. for every selfie we took in front of the toyota using the hashtag pink toyota, toyota donated a dollar to susan g. komenment and they were giving this to help fight breast cancer, great cause, we will be posting these up on my twitter lit later. there is flood from wip. they were out there helping us host the tailgate. we had you guys i'm a little hors today. we had so much fun. >> looking by the way i was dancing, and the funny thing is i was horse but not from rooting and screaming just talking to fans. >> awesome. thanks, meisha. turning from the battle of the link to the battle of the presidency, only 14 days until
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voters have the last words in campaign 2016. donald trump keeps his focus on florida through tomorrow. despite polls favoring hillary clinton, trump says polls showing him struggling among women are very inaccurate. he even said he believes he's doing better among female voters than with male voters. clinton will hold a rally in new hampshire today. yesterday, her attention shifted to campaign for candidates in the senate and house in north carolina. well, imagine being a college student and having miley cyrus knock on your door? the surprise singer surprised student at george mason university in fairfax virginia by campaigning for hillary clinton. cyrus urged student to go out and vote for clinton and to make sure that they were registered. >> quite the surprise. well the two candidate for the u.s. senate in pennsylvania are debating tonight in philadelphia. incumbent republican pat toomey and democratic challenger katie mcginty will go face-to-face at temple university performing arts center. this is their second and final debate. and the latest pole shows the senate race is at statistical
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dead heat. and former pennsylvania attorney general, pat keen lone, will learn today if she is going to prison. in august, jury convicted kane of leaking grand jury documents, and lying about it under oath. kane is asking for probation or house arrest, so she can raise her two teenage sons. prosecutors meantime are asking for jail time. kane faces 12 to 24 years behind brings on. horrible story out of southern california, investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly tour bus accident. police say a semi truck and a tour bus collided on the highway near palm springs early sunday morning. killing 13 people, and injuring 31 other. rescuers had to use a crane to separate the trailer from the bus. one officer describes this as the worse crash he's ever seen. >> in almost 35 years, i've never been to a crash where there has been 13 confirmed fatal accidents. so it is tough. >> the bus driver was killed, the truck driver was injured. but is expected to be okay. back in our area, a huge fire on the delaware memorial
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bridge, an rv caring marijuana -like candies ignited shutting down part of the bridge. the eastbound lanes were closed when the vehicle went up in flames. fortunately, no one was injured. well, coming up: about 3500 babies die each year from sleep related issues. coming up in the health watch, new guidelines on how to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. and, doctor rob is here to talk about what is in your medicine cabinet. when to toss out old prescriptions, five items everyone should have at home straight ahead. >> plus the dog that escaped flood waters to hitch a ride with a police officer. how he ended up riding shotgun. that's coming up next. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> all exhausted from all of the screaming and yelling down at the linc. one of those lazy days if you can take off, just tell them meisha told you to.
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>> we all snowfall is a time for pumpkins and colorful leaves. >> but for some, all of those things right now are covered in snow. trick-or-treaters, trucking through left over snow next week, after areas of vermont got over 9 inches every snow this weekend. nearly 3,000 people were without power, in southern vermont, but the ski resort, this could be a good sign for the season ahead. >> well, animal control officers in north carolina have rescued plenty of animals from recent flood waters. >> but none of the animals acted quite like. >> this take a look. the officers drove away after feeding some stray dogs, one dashed after them, and just kept on, until they stopped. and when they did, the pup just jumped in their suv, made himself comfortable, very clear, he was going home with them. >> we all made a decision to bring this dog back in.
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officer phillips, instead every putting into one of the kennels in the back, put it in the front seat. that's where he stayed. >> well, officers say they were sorry they couldn't adopt the puppy but they say he's healthy and now just waiting to be claimed by a family. >> and i'm sure a good family is ready to scoop him up right now. we'll keep our fingers crossed. >> oh, my gosh. >> keeping our fingers crossed for the weather. >> look being like it will cooperate. you know, we have few little minor hiccups that come along with this, some wind, there is the potential for some frost, there will eventually be the potential for some rain. cooler air, and then that sounds like a lot of things, but all sort of minor issues moving forward. today's a pretty breezy day though. we did have frontal boundery that moves on through. and it is starting to show, at least, little bit of a modest decline on the thermometer in the far northern suburbs, i do actually want to show you some of the area lows that came in this morning, a lot of reports this hour, from the eyewitness weather watchers, many booth -- bottoming out into the low 50's, 41 was where johnny ended up booth many g
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out here at 50 degrees from dolores out in newark, lou eagleville, 51 degrees. low 50's, the list goes on. couple of spots just dropped to the 40's this morning. definitely cool start. really quickly i had to show this picture, not necessarily weather-related but it is a cool picture. this one came in from rick, out actually at the eagles game yesterday. with meisha and company. and he took a picture with mama deet, mrs. deitz from deitz and watson. great. if you look closely he has eagles right in the inside of his pat. love it. so cool. so, thanks for sending in reports, guys, move on to the maps here. storm scan showing our latest cold front. now retreating. i did see one little drizzle report actually came in from bill laden out in the card inning ton area, delaware county region. it is all since retreated though. that was over the course of the last 45 minutes. but now we're seeing things wind down in that regard. still left over clouds granted but we are going to brighten up nicely with sunshine. but because it was a cold front, the jet stream is dropping out. it is allowing the temperatures to cool down to
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below average. yet again. so that's another again minor hiccup comes along with this forecast for us, see that reflected in the eyewitness weather seven day, few things to point out. cooler obviously the next few days, still sunny tomorrow, wednesday, over night tuesday, into wednesday, watch for some frost next chance for rain comes thursday. >> oh, brr, frost on tuesday and wednesday, all right, katie, thank you. good morning everyone, happy monday. all right, just where we have disable vehicle, guys, the eastbound vine, so, not blocking any lanes of travel but will slow you down. gaper delay with it, and the more vehicles out there it will slow you down little more. basically anywhere on the vine, eastbound, westbound, make sure to give yourself little extra time. starting to heat i am little bit. schuylkill headlights eastbound direction, past king of prussia. you can see what it is looking like there, actually looking okay in the eastbound side. westbound side slowing down little bit. ben franklin bridge, moving in the westbound direction, toward center city. we are looking okay. kind of holding steady here on the ben.
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and then another accident out there, so this one in willow grove, easton road near the pa turnpike, heads up on that. also one in pottstown involving injuries. route 100 southbound at north state road. and our third accident, is in cheltenham, greenwood avenue at barber road. a lot of problems on the roadways right now, just heads up, might want to give yourself extra time. plus patco speed line running new schedule that started sunday. be sure to check those on line jim over to you. >> one of america's most popular comedians is the latest winner of the mark twaine prize for american humor. the 19 winner of the twaine statuette is bill murray, honored last night in washington dc. murray came to prominence of course on saturday night live. since then has made classic after classic comedy. murray said he dressed up for the occasion. >> i tried to wear something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. and but this right here, this is chicago cubs blue. this is what we are really all about. >> and murray is a chicago
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native diehard cubs fan, in the world series for the first time in 61 seasons. beginning tomorrow night. murray also led the dignitaries in a spirited version of sweet home chicago. >> congrats to bill murray. 6:50, a lot coming up on cbs this morning, charlie rose joins us with a preview. good morning, charlie. >> good morning, rahel. new cbs battle ground pole shows donald trump is losing support in the republican strong hold of texas. how the map is changing 15 days before the election. plus the reason thousands of national guards men are being asked to return bonuses. they were received for re-enlisting during the wars in iraq and afghanistan. also this: melody hopson on what at&t taking over time warner means for customers. and the newest technology to build a better sneaker. which shoe is bet for your foot? all of that and more. the news is back in the morning. see in you about ten minutes. >> charlie, we will be
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watching, thank you. on the cbs-3 health watch, about 3500 babies die every year from sleep related deaths. now the american academy of pediatrics is issuing new recommendations to decrease chances of sudden infant death syndrome. they say infants should share their parent bedroom for at least the first six month of life and identify deally for the first year. >> studies done, looking at the reduction in risk. really were done throughout the first year of life. and we know that reductions can be as much as 50%. >> and, doctors also say, breast feed reduce the risk of silds, and parent should place babies on their backs to sleep, on firm mattress, and in a crib or bassinet. also taking a look inside the medicine cabinet this morning. just how long can you keep that over the counter cold medicine? jim is here with doctor rob for this week's what's up doc segment. >> that's right, rahel. from out-dated prescriptions, to unfished wished anti doctor hob here when it is time to toss the five items everyone should have on hand at home.
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getting into the cold and flu season, cough drops, things like that, cough syrup. do i need to look at expiration date? >> you real dow. the else prayings date ensures if you use the medication by that time it is safe, it is effective. that's when it is in it original packaging. once you take out it may inactivate t safest thing to do, passed the expiration date, talk to the pharmacist, generally you want to use it before then then toss it afterward. >> with a about antibiotic a lot of people will have extra pill or two left over, or something. what should you do with the end of whatever the cold or whatever you were dealing with? >> well, it is really important if you are given a pre strip sean to take it all, that you are supposed to take, don't have any extra, talk to your doctor. you don't want to take it all the sudden later on. now the problem is sometimes we get a call hey dock i took my wife or husband's and i by the i can is that correct okay? no. because sometimes people take their own medication prescriptions from someone else, it can make your condition worse, it may be the wrong medication for you, or
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you may be allergic to it, so don't take anyone else's medication. >> don't self medicate on your own. now, good time of year probably to clean out your medicine cabinet. what should people do with old prescriptions and drugs? >> well, there are several things. sometimes police stations and pharmacies have medication take back programs, especially good for pain relievers, narcotics, medications, but if not, have them home, don't flush them down the sing. best thing to do put it in the garbage, and dispose properly. so here we have some old pills. okay? so you want to take it out. you want to put it in a sealed plastic bag. then you want to add just little bit of water to it like that. because then it will start to degrade and in water. then either coffee grounds, or cat litter. you put that in. it will mix it. continue activates the medication. it makes it safe to dispose of, then you just put it in your garbage. >> all right. >> that's it. never flush it down the toilet. and never, you know, down the sing. this is the best and safest way to do it if you don't get
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to the police department or pharmacies. >> talk about best practices, where should you place prescription drugs? the medicine cabinet. >> probably the worse place to put medication. the reason being is because the heat, and humidity, sometimes lights, can degrade or inactivate the medication the put they will in cool dry place, perhaps in a drawer, in your bedroom, or in a locked box, maybe in a cool closet. always keeping away from kids, but medicine cabinets are the worst places for medications. the only reason you want to use medicine cabinets for safety, gauze type things. >> the five things i need to have in the medicine cabinet? >> bandages, tweezer, if you get splinter stuff like that, this is a thermometer, works real well. >> i was wondered what that was. >> just put it on your forehead, works great, don't have to use any type of probe. a seed minute fin for pain, then first aid ointment. those are the top five to put in your medicine cabinet. if you are middle age or older or have heart disease may want to keep aspirin in there. >> i have those five plus the
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aspirin. thank you. >> you're all ready, all set. >> doctor rob, appreciate t we will be right back with three to go. stay with
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>> before you hit the road it is three to go.
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>> sentencing day for former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane, faces prison probation after jury conficted her of perjury and on vukovich shop every just tis. >> donald trump continues in florida hillary clinton in new hampshire. >> toomey debates mcginty for the last time, tonight at temple university. that's three to go. >> who doesn't love free stuff? now, don't forget, if you have the dunkin' donuts app you can get free coffee today to celebrate the eagles win. >> but that's not all. because insomnia cookies are also giving out free cookies today, to celebrate in unicent. oh. celebrating their 100 location, customers can get either one free traditional cookie with any indoor purchase or delivery, and there are also prizes for fans who post about it on social media. give away begins at 9:00 this morning, goes until 3:00 a.m. tomorrow. >> cbs this morning is next. >> have a great day.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, october 24th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the u.n. presidential poll gives hillary clinton a double-digit lead. donald trump heads to florida, telling voters not to believe the polls. a horrifying casino bus crash kills 13 in the california desert. the bus ended up 15 feet inside of a big rig. the truck's driver reveals what happened at the moment of impact. >> thousands of soldiers received cash bonuses to reenlist in the iraq wars and afghanistan war. now the government is ordered them to give the money back. we begin this morning with a look at today's o

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