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we are live with the search for a cause, plus this. donald trump is hitting hillary clinton on obama care while clinton is urging support tours get out and vote. i'm in new york. that story is coming up. today is wednesday october m jim donovan. i'm rahel solomon. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things. it feels sweet validation when you hear jim donovan say it is cold. >> i went outside without a coat because i have to prove a point here and i was like should i or not. >> yes. >> okay, jim. >> i know, i know, i know. >> how are the road right now. >> okay. we have a lot of construction out there, we have different activity and construction crews left some stuff on the road. we have that to talk about. we have septa updates but this is good news. no accidents to report. >> great news. >> a lot of people out there. >> like you said, all is clear. we don't to have worry about wet weather. tomorrow is different story. issue at hand is it is cold
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outside. we don't have wind to battle either, it is not too bad, but you are prepared adequately. you will be bundling up. trees warnings are posted until 9:00 this morning in the darker shade of purple, frost advisory every where else, so, no one is immune this time, in short we are seeing temperatures drop as low as 32 in trenton as well as in wilmington. we will see temperatures drop readily in philadelphia and we are below freezing, off across northwestern, cities and suburbs, like mount pocono and allentown. it is a cold start obviously. you may have some that you go out to do before you hit the road from the car windshield but regardless this is a quiet day. storm scan nice and empty, we will continue to do so but as day progresses, we will start to see cloud building in more than anything, bank on sunshine though, by the time kid are going out to lunch and recess, yes, they need a heavier coat. it will be 51 at noon time and for ride home not much milder
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then that we are still normally at least in the 60's, very far cry from that, in short it feels more like november andergo we have heavier weather today. >> no more shorts and tank tops. >> no way, put on the jackets. >> thank you you so much, happy wednesday, looking at 95 south, i-95 moving in the the southbound direction, at girard, you guys have been keeping your eye on interstate i-95 for quite sometime. it started fairly early. so, you might want to give your some extra time there. blue route, taillights moving in the northbound direction, past macdade boulevard, seeing what you are working with both northbound and southbound side, southbound side looks busy right now. we still have a disable vehicle but someone has showed up to possibly help driver so disable vehicle schuylkill westbound at city avenue, schuylkill westbound we are looking okay. that is good news there. eastbound side heating up a little bit. look at this we have a road
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has air. we have construction crews that left material behind and block ago this roadway. because of that police are directing traffic around here at oxford circle, bustleton avenue and levick and roosevelt boulevard. it will be slow moving around here. jim and rahel back over to you. new this morning one person is ted after an overnight house fire in chester county. >> fire also caused significant damage to the home. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is live at birmingham township and really cool night for fire fighters. >> rahel, jim, good morning. birmingham township police are back on the scene to secure that home telling us that state and local fire marshals will need that home secured as they continue their robe into the fatal house fire overnight. lets take to you video of the aftermath of the overnight fire fight on the 300 block of south birmingham road, that is just north of the brandywine creek state park and west of 202. first call that the fire came in close to 11:10 and that
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blaze took an hour to bring under control. tanker trucks hauled in water so crews could continue dousing flames and hot spots at the this single story house and then by midnight that sad sign a request for medical examiner and a victim found inside, a few hours later a loved one did show up to identified that lone fire victim and details about that person have not yet been released, this morning. looking live, the restoration work at south birmingham road here you can see that boarding is going up around that home. we are told that the damage to this house is so extensive that the cost for the search for the fire will continue in today light hours here, good morning. we have one person who has died as a result, no word of any other injuries at this time fire fighters or surveillance but police will have more on the fire later on this morning, rahel and jim back inside to you. another fire overnight
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this one in center city at a high rise, eye "eyewitness news" at 13th and lombard. fire was limited to an outside balcony. they put out flames quickly but no one was hurt. no word on a cause. it is only 13 days until voters head to the polls in campaign 2016, hillary clinton celebrates her 69th birthday campaigning in florida, her rival donald trump head to washington tc and north carolina as roxanna reports, both held dueling rally with is in florida. one of the 32 states where early vet is is already underway. >> reporter: on the third straight day in florida donald trump used obama care rate hikes to hammer rival hillary clinton. >> i will repeal it, replace it, she will expand it and it will get the more and more expensive. >> reporter: in an interview with routers, the republican nominee took aim at clinton's foreign policy plans in syria. >> with her you will end up in world war two. she doesn't know what she's
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doing. >> reporter: trump saved his most serious attacks for president obama himself seizing on a exchange from the batch of hacked e-mails released by wikileaks, in it clinton's former chief of have staff cheryl mills suggested that the president knew clinton was using her personal e-mail while secretary of the state. >> he's caught up now, folks. we have to investigate the investigation. >> reporter: other e-mails reportedly show top aids, struggling to get past clinton's e-mail scandal including campaign chair john podesta who questioned her instincts. >> ahead of her 69th birthday clinton ignored latest wikileaks dump focusing on trump's rhetoric. >> after spending his entire campaign attacking one group of americans after another, now his final target is democracy itself. >> reporter: warning supporters not to be complacent. >> we have got to turn people out. >> reporter: clinton will get
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a boost by a gold star father as he campaigns for her in virginia today. roxannac bs3 "eyewitness news". complaints of the discrimination in the lb gt community is new getting the cities attention. >> it is not what happens in this room because real fight happens when tv cameras are off and we go home. >> diverse group pack the hearing in chinatown, fail commission on human relations held a meet to go hear about racist many in gayimportanthood bars. video surfaced of darryl depane owe using a racial slur to describe african-american customers. he apologized but the, tension remains. >> this is long overdue. there is nothing but racism there the top to the bottom, against black and brown people and black and brown voices have not been heard. >> the commission on human relations will issue findings and make remembered mend daysness two to three months. mayor jim kenney says philadelphia will do what it has to do to keep people safe
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this follows a series of attacks on temple university students and police. in one incident surveillance video captured a mob of kids, beating and robbing three temple students, friday night, and another mob assaulted and robbed three people, on the 1700 block of cecil b more avenue. four teens have been arrested. >> we will continue to to do what we have to do to keep people safe here. i mean, these things happened, and we don't like when they happen. we are embarrassed and disgusted when it happens. we will continue to work with everybody in the temple community, community surrounding the temple campus and everyone in the city to get ourselves in the the better place. >> police from both philadelphia and temple university plan to increase patrols. teenager mehdi fraiji is charged with attempted murder after a shooting in rittenhouse square. police say the 17 year-old suspect shot a man multiple times last week after a man tried to stop mehdi fraiji from robbing a couple. he turned himself into police saturday and victim is now recovering. it doesens of nearby neighbors are discussing neighbors to
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lower crime in rittenhouse square, all city officials are creating a public safety task force for the park. well, only cbs-3 "eyewitness news" was given access inside the jail where kathleen kane will serve her sentence coming up in the next half an hour. we are learning more about the four people killed at a popular amusement park in australia, this is as questions are raised about the safety of the park's ride from more than a year ago. and how uber is protecting some passengers from the flu. that is coming up. one of the songs to get you up and get you dancing a a little bit. >> it is coming at us. we will be right back.
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we're learning more about that theme park accident, that left four people dead, in australia. australian workers union said it had raised quote, great concerns about safety, although it did not mention the river rapid ride where two men and two women died yesterday. queensland police say two rafts collided and threw you victims into a conveyor belt. two children were also thrown from the raft but fortunately survived.. >> unaudible. >> it seems from what my eyes seen almost a miracle anybody got out of that, if we are thankful for anything, i'm thankful for that. >> theme park has been shut down indefinitely and police
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are promising a full investigation. philadelphia police hope newly released surveillance video will help them track down a thief who caused serious damage at historic union league. video shows suspect walking on south broad street early monday morning, and in his hand a brass section of the railing he ripped off front steps. that caused the concrete staircase to collapse, union league says it will replace stairs and railing as soon as possible. i have to admit, temperatures have taken quite a dip. >> it is true because most of the area is under a trees warning. katie, lets look at the rest of the day. >> it looks like a nice looking fall day as long as you are prepared with the adequate layering because it is cold, you don't have to worry about a a wind chill that is something that has dropped off, so that is part of the reason that you can see toes, freeze develop and in addition we are getting closer to the time we will peak with our fall foliage, but it is a good day, take a drive up toward mountain especially where we are seeing peak take place, lehigh valley area for
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example but we are at a high level of foliage around the rest of the delaware valley, including a good portion of the outlying suburbs and further south from philadelphia on south in general. the lets look at storm scan, nice wide zoom here all clear again light wind but cold start to the the day we have a storm system that is getting its act together bringing with us very heavy rain across southern wisconsin. warm front first, cold front second is how it arrives tomorrow. the mostly not direct liz impact by warm front, however, if you go to the far northern places like the poconos maybe as far south as north and lehigh valley there will be a mix of snow and ice that comes in early in the morning provided the timing continues to pan out the way we think it will. then we will catch a break between these front and by the time we hit afternoon and evening period of light rain rolling in here, to pro tuesday a half inch in total. there will be wet road, there will be slow downs, when it comes to the evening commute and really everyone is affect.
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when it comes to snow and ice we have to go far north to find it. looking forward in the forecast it is cleared out by try. we will see a nice warming trend. we have to worry about a shower on sunday but this isn't a bad weekend forecast at all, meisha. >> not at all, katie, thanks very much. good morning. happy wednesday, looking outside, the vine, this is what we are dealing with the in the westbound treks. vine was not closed for that construction project between the schuylkill and broad, however, it is looking very busy, especially, particularly moving in the westbound direction jumping on the schuylkill. head up watch from the eastbound side we are looking okay there. headlights moving eastbound past king of prussia, not bad, i would say slowing ever so slightly but we have cracked in the 6:00 o'clock hour. we can expect those levels in our area. boulevard, at fox street this is what we are looking at there same story we were talking about on the schuylkill. levels are slowly starting to build. we can expect that. we have down wires here you
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guys flourtown road at stenton avenue police are directing traffic there but we have construction in delaware i-95 north between delaware service area and christiana block until november 7th and also in delaware 95 southbound between 58 or church man's road at christiana left lane block until november between the second we have more coming up but first take a quick break, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right
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in the delaware county daily times the four volunteer fire fighter charged with sexually abusing more than a dozen children in delaware county has been sentenced to 28 years in a federal prison on child pornography charges. twenty-one year-old john cork ran the fourth of the glenn olden pled guilty to 20 counts of using or inducing a child to pose for pornographic images and one count of possession of child porn. from the front page of the bucks county courier times two bucks county trucking companies made the pennsylvania turnpike, the biggest toll evaders, cheaper by dozen a family logistics which is same bristol township address owe a combined $98,782 in unpaid tolls and fees. >> wow. >> from the burlington county times, bank croft school broke ground yesterday on a 80-acre construction site in mount laurel that will be a school and home, to over 260 children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
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the 75 million-dollar campus will include an activity pool, play ground, and sensory garden. >> that is a look at newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. so uber can deliver food and there is a day dedicated to delivering puppies. >> now in some cities, uber is delivering free flu shots. >> ride sharing company handed out free shots yesterday and cities like houston, providence, rhode island, register thursday was riding around this is back seat and administer shots to the best held option on the uber app. >> if i can come to you and give you your flu shot you cannot say well, i'm too busy or can't get to the doctor and some places, run out of the flu vaccines. >> uber does not have a number on the success rate but stated demand was very high. >> they are thinking outside the box. chicago cubs are in the world series for first time in 71 years, but one man seemed to know it it was going to happen, up next the 199 three-year book photo the owe that has internet buzzes.
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welcome back. taking a look ahead to your weekend there is a disturbance crossing through primarily off
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to the thort, we could see a shower come sunday especially but closer you are, to the pennsylvania state boarder with new york in other word further thort you go better odds are you end up with the shower even on saturday but you generally look at this pattern. temperatures will moderate up nicely. we will see some sun saturday looks good for most of us and we will get even milder thanks to the second half of the weekend, guys, back over to you. well, sixers fans who have trusted the process for last three seasons the pay off starts tonight. sixers practiced at their new you facility in camden yesterday, 20,141st round pick joel embiid will make his nba debut tonight against oklahoma city thunder. sixers ceo scott o'neill will be in the studio live with us in a half an hour to tell us all about it. philadelphia union play toronto football club tonight in the singlee limb nation knock out round with the major league soccer playoffs. union grabbed final playoff spot in the eastern division despite losing four of their last five games.
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tonight's kick off is at 7:30 and let's go union. you know katie is saying that too. to the world series and coming out party for cleveland indians pitcher roberto perez, he hit two home runs and indians pitcher corry struck out eight chicago cubs in the the first three innings of the game. indians beat cubs six to nothing in game one of the best of seven series, game two is tonight with the early 7:30 start time because of the threat of rain in cleveland. well, cubs fans could be a little nervous after that game one loss. >> but cheer up we have a prediction of ultimate victory. mike lee, who grew up in chicago and moved to kalas a teenager but he never forgot the his allegiance to the cubs. recently the high school friend said they sent him a video to remind him of a uncanny prediction lee had made way back in 1993 as a high school senior. >> there is mike lee, chicago cubs 2016 world series, you heard it here first.
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>> i am like i'm in the a big literature person and then it came to me, i will put this this. it just came from when i was a kiddy had a dream about it. >> one heck of the dream. >> mike's living back in chicago and he hopes to get one of the games at wrigley field in person. he might to have hit illinois lot theory first though because those tickets are going for big price tag. >> true. >> you can watch at home. >> coming up in the the next half an hour of "eyewitness news", on the field exclusive only cbs-3 was inside the prison where kathleen kane may have serve her sentence. so what life behind bars will be like for former pennsylvania attorney general. tough guy talk on the campaign trail, wait until you hear who donald trump says wow like to fight, meisha. all right, jim we're looking outside we are heating up this morning, police activity on the schuylkill, down wires, construction on the road in northeast philadelphia and much more all that coming up but first lets take a quick break we will stay right where we are,
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and, good morning, a freeze warning is in effect right new for our area, so needless to say you will need a jacket or maybe a coat to take. >> katie is even using the s war, snow, find out when we could see flurries, good morning, i'm jim donovan. i'm rahel solomon, wednesday 6:30 and here's what you need to know today in your morning minute. >> one person is killed in the house fire, in chester county. >> this is remote area so, that presents its own challenges but state and local fire marshals have been combing through the scene. >> the real fight is what happens when tv cameras are off. >> emotionally charged hearing focuses on discrimination in the lb gt community. >> philadelphia commission on human relations held last night meeting to hear complaints of racist many in
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gayborhood bars. clinton campaign is making more stops today. >> clinton pick up endorsement of former secretary of state colin powell. >> reporter: trump is warning a clinton presidency will lead to world war three. the game here and in he goes. flyers win the game. jake voracek seals it, and the flyers win the game four-three. what a game it was flyers stormed back from a three to nothing deficit to beat buffalo in a shoot-out. >> flyers took the ice again tomorrow night at home against arizona coyoties. from the ice, to possibly snow. >> say it isn't snow, katie. >> it depend where you are, most of the region will not see it at all because we have a warm and cold front crossing through but place that he is do have the opportunity you have to go far north and that is where temperatures are at their coldest, when we start off by looking at area
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temperatures we will have trees warnings, frost advisories, every where until 9:00 but temperatures are good way to give you you a sense of what we will walk out the door too. what you see is what you get, it feels like 30 in reading. i'm in the saying it feels mild but factor in the wind chill, 26 is current temperature meanwhile at mount pocono. meanwhile we will take a look at in of october so far and it has been an above average month. with that said we had 86 degrees and that was just a week ago. our low temperature is at 38 where we did bottom out just within the last hour. moving things forward here we will take a quick peak at storm scan three which is nice and quiet, and under a nice clear sky we will see full sunshine throughout the course of the day. fifty-four for daytime high, far below average, but we will keep sun around every where, pocono, yeah, coldest spot in the pack, not all that much of a surprise quite frankly. we will see cloud build in and we will see that every where
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by tonight. in the meantime it is a quiet day, just chilly one, meisha, back over to you. it felt chilly, thank you so much, good morning, just waking up with us happy wednesday. we are looking at some very busy roadways. we are looking at vine not closed for that construction between schuylkill and broad moving in the the westbound direction. hardly even moving especially that center lane where i got the my eye and pushing in the westbound direction toward schuylkill. brake lights there letting you you know it is very slow moving. looking at eastbound side, however we're looking pretty good, fluid on the eastbound side with westbound side of the vine right now which is very slow. we have an accident schuylkill westbound near passyunk, looking at that a bit ago might be clearing out of your way right now hopefully and i-95 at girard, yikes, this will cause headaches for a lot of you so give yourself extra time, i-95 in the the south wound direction you will need it. another accident in new jersey, new jersey turnpike southbound between delaware
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memorial bridge that left lane is block, if that lingers out to the 7:00 o'clock hour that will slow you down there as well. then we have down wires flourtown road at stenton avenue police are trekking traffic around this area and another area where police are directing traffic as well construction material was left in the road in northeast philadelphia toward oxford circle, bustleton avenue and roosevelt boulevard, police are directing traffic there and that can slow you down as well, jim and rahel, back over to you. new this morning a house fire in chester county leaves one person dead. >> there is significant damage to the home. "eyewitness news" reportser justin finch is live at the scene this birmingham township. justin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. significant indeed, in fact, restoration work is underway right now as is search for a cause for this overnight fire that did claim one life overnight. hours after the blaze was out fire crews remained on the scene as state, local investigators got to work. by midnight a sad sign a
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request for the medical examiner, one victim found. the within a few hours loved one showed up to identify that lone fire victim, "eyewitness news" was there as fire fighters pulled water from tanker trucks to keep dousing flames and hot spots at this single story house on the 1300 block of south birmingham road, first calls for fire came in close to 11:10 last night as blaze took an hour to income down. we are told search for a cause may take sometime because damage to this house is just so severe. back live, again restoration work going on here at the this home and we are told that search for a cause will continue in daylight hours. township police telling us they will release more information about the fire, the victim and other details, later on this morning. we did also see a smoke alarm here on the scene, no word if that was working at the time of the fire and again one person dead and in reports of any other injuries this morning. rahel and jim back inside to
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you. meanwhile "eyewitness news" has an exclusive look at the what former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane's life will be like once she's in jail. kane was sentenced to ten to 23 months for leaking grand jury information, while she's free, right now, while she appeals. if and when she serves time she will do it at montgomery county correctional facility in eagleville. this is what it looks like inside the jail. kane could choose to be in the general population and likely get a job sweeping, mopping or she could choose protective custody but in those cases inmates are significantly limited in what they can do. >> with a protective custody type classification she would have capability to come out of her cell during the course of the the day unless we're again doing a head count. >> kane was at jail briefly after her sentence was handed down. it took about 45 minutes for her family to raise $75,000 to bail her out. just 13 days left in
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campaign 2016, hillary clinton celebrates her 69th birthday today, she's once again campaigning in florida as rival donald trump heads to washington d.c. and north carolina yesterday trump spent a third straight day in the sunshine state denouncing obama care premiums set to sky rocket. despite holding a three-point lead over trum in florida clinton urge supporters not to be complacent come election day. fighting word from joe biden lead to a response from donald trump. looks friday in wilkes barre after criticizing trump's remarks toward women the vice-president said he wished he could fight the g.o.p. nominee. >> press asked me don't i wish i were debating him. no i wish we were in high school and would i take him behind the gym. >> during a rally in tall had has i florida trump said wow love to. >> you know, he is mr. tough guy. you know when he is mr. tough guy when standing behind a microphone by himself, he wants to bring me to the back
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of the barn. oh, no. >> vice-president cleared filed his remarks said he would take on trump if he was in high school. crazy people. race for white house is inspired creativity for halloween. >> in dublin, ohio janet paris has a line of pumpkins, donald trump chin, hillary and vladamire pumpkin. she included russian president because of the russia's perceived influence on the presidential campaign. always some good news there. >> she's a good artist, very impressive. >> yes. >> well, a self driving beer truck, i guess we have your attention now will show you where it is making a beer run. plus royalty comes to philadelphia, how many times can you you say that, how prince albert of monaco is preserving his mother's grace kelly legacy. row about the take over a airport in california see how they are helping travelers,
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>> the sixers season opener, scott o'neill is here to talk about the expectations for the season, big expectations we have them up next.
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like me, she has p, 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. 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.
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we've got some erie video to show you this morning, squeamish, getting a lot of views on line and shows a spider, pulling a mouse. >> okay. this all happened in
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australia, take a look at this, man says he spotted the giant spider pulling the dead mouse up his refrigerator, gross. then got his friends to record the whole thing and they posted it on line and it has since gone viral, they named the spider herman. >> they have big spiders in australia. >> clearly. >> i do not like spiders, do i not like mice and do i not like green eggs and ham. >> that just creeped me out, completely. >> yeah. >> how is that with your morning cup of coffee and cereals, right. >> smart enough to catch it, i would have been out of the house. >> no kidding. >> yeah, last thing i'm doggies recording that. all right, see you you. >> totally switching gears lets talk about happy stuff like the weather which is very, very quiet. it is cold but quiet. we will not have too much wind to contend with here today but yes, it is chilly, a lot of values from our eyewitness watchers are in the 30's and
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20's in handful of spots. we will check out a list where we have bottom out, 27 degrees from he had need atglenn, really cold in the outlining suburbs newark delaware, delores check in at 27 at her location. lynn in cherry hill at 33. this list just keeps on going where you are flirting with under the freezing mark even in cherry hill 29 is what jenny reported. it has been a very cold start to the day and that chillies setting the stage for this guy, next storm system which is still well off to the west, it is dry, in the sunshine but you can see very plainly now a warm front trailing cold front. warm front comes first, barely clips the poconos tomorrow, early in the morning but it does bring in, yeah, threat for ice or snow. i know, jim, he hate this. but you will not see it the near philadelphia and you will not see much accumulation. slick surfaces, slick roads, i80 series is a possibility. we have a couple warm breaks. i think this is a little late
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for my taste. you could see rain as early as noon time if not sooner but regardless this is still a good guide, rain on the the way beyond that point and any ice or snow would turn over to rain in the mountains too. there could be heavier pockets but it is all out of here come early friday. one day event, then gone, quickly checking the eyewitness weather seven day it has a chill in the air on friday but we will rebound nicely come sunday 70 degrees but we could see a shower. halloween in the looking bad, meisha. >> sixty-four on monday for halloween trick or treaters, they will love you, mom and dad, they will love. that looking at new jersey 42 freeway north bound at creek road, take a look, to longer traveling at posted speed. this will slow you down, head up, we have an accident, and it looks a little bit more serious with flashing lights broad street near path the son avenue near stadium, so you have to snail crawl around that, so heads up there, schuylkill westbound near passyunk we have another accident here that has been just cleared so big thumbs up looking okay there we have an accident new jersey turnpike
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southbound between delaware memorial bridge, that left lane is block, and moving toward our main hour of the rush which is 7:00 o'clock hour. another accident 295 north bound at route 30, two lanes blocked there. two, that is also really an area that will slow you down, starting to slow down in that area down wires, flourtown road at stenton avenue police are directing traffic and another area where we are also seeing police direct traffic is right here, construction material left in the road in northeast philadelphia, with us will ton avenue roosevelt boulevard police are directing traffic. slow commute this morning. >> thanks, well. and, that great things, philadelphia's neighborhood yesterday, he recently purchased, it is former childhood home of his mom, actress grace kelly, and she would have turned.
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and gesture of preservation. and, two and a half story colonial for $754,000. and it is where his mother accepted the marriage proposal and, grace kelly, and, princess grace of monaco. fairy tail story that still resonates with the younger generation. >> i think of a really beautiful women who left a great leg acey albert told people magazine that he may use the property the to house his mother's foundation or turn tonight to a museum. a statue of grace's father johnnies found on the banks of the schuylkill river. and, the mayor for philadelphia, in 19. and downs ill man in philadelphia, and kelly drive, is named after him. the philadelphia connection, remained, the grace winery
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glen mills is owned by prince albert's cousin and then there is grace's ocean city, in these never before seen photos provided to "eyewitness news", princess grace's unkept as her son albert kneels beside her. we are told she was at her happiest making hoagies for her family. proof that the star lit put this region on the hollywood and royal map and with her home now preserved, rains on as grace kelly, princess of philadelphia alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". losing your luggage while traveling is not the exactly the best thing in the world but soon you'll be able to track your lost bags. dealt ace adding a feature to their fly delta app that gives customers a view of their location. it will track luggage from the plane to the final destination, excuse me, airline says it is first carrier to offer a luggage tracking tool, with a map view. meanwhile san jose, airport has rolled out new customer service representatives, and free life sized interactive
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robots. the fleet can help you check in, find your gate and direct to you restaurant. these robots speak six languages and if the program is a success you can expect to see them in airports across the country. and a semi truck makes a delivery of beer, basically, all by itself. the truck carrying 2,000 cases of budweiser beer, made a 120-mile trip to colorado springs. but it is self driving truck so the driver wasn't behind the wheel for part of that trip, it all happens while they were very few cars to ensure safety. patrol cars in colorado transportation department cars escorted truck as well. >> it was a self driving truck in a convey that was protect as possible. >> in the future when cars and trucks can drive themselves everybody will be safe. >> i'm sure they opened a six pack to celebrate don't expect driverless trucks in colorado though this was a one time only event, and the at least
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for now. and sixers take on oklahoma city thunder and fans are exited to see 20,141st round pick joel embiid, play in the regular season game. rahel is here with sixers ceo scott o'neill to talk about the the season ahead, rahel. >> for sixers fans hoff trusted the process these past few season tonight is a big game joining me to talk bit is scott the o'neill, nice to see you again. >> good to see you, thanks for having me. >> very early, we appreciate it. first lets talk it has been a rough time to be a sixers fan. what can we expect this year? there is excitement. there hasn't been this much excitement since the ai era. >> it has been sometime, chance to see joel embiid who we think has a chance to be a transformational player to hit the court, we have dario saric joining us. this begins new era as we start to see draft picks come to fruition. we will see simmons come back as well. we will see young core that will be with this team for some time. >> we are expect to go see ben
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simmons on the court because, of course, it was such a big deal when we got him. so much expectation. then he was hurt. we might see him out there. >> not now, he is recovering but at 6-foot ten, 240 with a vertical inch vertical, we cannot wait to get this kid back on the court. wonderful kid, great leader, we think he will be really special. >> let's talk about joel embiid, we know he was also a big deal and then hurt for couple seasons. so this year also expecting really big things, what do you think. >> i think you should see him play. he is best big i have seen in sometime. he has just about everything. incredible defensive player, blocks shots, can shoot the ball, handle the ball, great court vision but he hasn't played in two years. i can tell you having watched him in camp and watched him, this kid you want to see play. >> you might want to check out his twitter because he is pretty funny on twitter
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andgram. >> lets go through some stats. the last year we know it was a rough time, last years season we had ten wins. >> but did you have fun. >> yes. >> i came out for golden state game. they were so close to win. >> one shot away. >> i know. >> last year we had ten wins, 72 losses, season before that we had 18 wins, 64 losses. what do you think, as ceo, of the sixers what do you think will make a goodwin. >> i think joel embiid getting through season, seeing ben simmons on the court and i think growth. you are not talking about a tear down anymore. this is certainly part of the bill. we have such a bright future with young player and good core, great draft picks coming up, we have swap rights with sacramento, we have lakers top three protect pick. and, growth, and they will get after it because brett brown brown keeps them playing hard this isn't a time to make big
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bold projectionness terms of the wins and losses. are we moving this program forward. it is a good time. >> you know, you have been on the east coast and been here in philly for quite sometime that we can be either either love our home teams or pretty brutal. this has been a time we have all been waiting to get through and you think this season will be the season it pays off. >> i hope so, i would say fan base has been incredible supporting this team. there is not a city in america that has supported a team like city of philadelphia has sixers. we are looking for a lot of fun. we have oklahoma city coming to town with russell westbrook, heck of a player, independent blue cross is giving away t-shirts, we have a terrific half time show. >> yes. >> fletcher cox, zach ertz, big surprise,. >> so one more word to describe this season, what do you think. >> roller coaster, is that two word. >> i think that is one not even hive that ited. >> all right scott, so good to
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have you. thanks for coming n we cannot wait to watch tonight. we will be right back with three to
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well, before you leave here's three to go. >> kim kaine is in bucks county and lehigh valley
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campaigning for hillary clinton. she's campaigning in florida. >> donald trump makes stops in washington d.c., charlotte north caroline and a he spent the day campaigning in florida yesterday. >> cleveland indians host chicago cubs at progressive field tonight game two of the world series has been moved to a 7:00 o'clock start time because of rain in the forecast for cleveland. >> that is three to go. lets get a check of weather and traffic that rain delay is what will be the next system that effects us not today but tomorrow we will see rain because of it. for now it is gorgeous sunrise but look at the temperature readings. >> yes. >> it is cold outside. >> 25 degrees, looking at other area temperatures just a reminder and understandably so we have frost advisory freeze warnings in effect until 9:00 this morning meisha. >> katie, thank you. we have accidents, first one we will talk about is broad street near pattison avenue near stadium you can see flashing lights that will slow you down and plus new jersey 295 northbound at route 30, two lanes block there and you can see how slow eight on the
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schuylkill, 17 on i-95, 21 on the vine. looking to change up your yoga routine two women have a solution that promises in the the to get your goat. >> boom. >> but goats still will be there as you you see yoga at this form in gilbert, arizona folks pay ten dollars a piece to do their downward dog with the 45-pound creatures. farm owners call it a work out for others. if you attend goat yoga a professional photographer will be there to provide proof for you for your friend and family and for jim donovan who is not a fan. >> jim, come on. i think they have pigness there too. >> no, they don't. >> next up cbs this morning a lookal supreme court and how presidential can states could shape the future with their judicial appointments. >> we will leave with you a beautiful live picture from boat house row one of the my favorite places of the city and big night for philly sports. go sixers, go union have a great day, see you tomorrow.
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