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>> this is cbs-3 eye conditions news this morning. are you ready for another blustery day? a live look at the lehigh valley right now.
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katie says, it is going to be cool and windy but wait until you hear about the weekend warm up headed our way. cannot wait for. that will good morning, i'm jan carabeo. >> i'm jim donovan, katie and meisha will be along in just a moment. first, what you need to know to start your day in the morning minute. >> a police involved shooting in philadelphia's juniata section. >> officers opened fire on a man threatening to harm himself. >> the internal affairs and east detective are now looking into the shooting. >> the ntsb will investigate what caused plane caring vice presidential candidate, mike pence, to skid off a runway. >> it was a rainy night, at leguardia airport when the accident happened. >> i just spoke to our future vice president. and he's okay. >> another smash and grab robbery in our area. this time, it is a macy's on cottman avenue. police are now linking the robber's get-away car to two other similar crimes. >> do you think those legs are shiny and covered in oil or do they have white paint on them?
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this issue is tearing the country apart. this reminds my of the dress but you couldn't tell if it was blue or back and white and gold. i have an idea. boom. >> yes, just can't get away from those pictures, they spark so much debate on twitter. >> many noted that once you know it is white paint, it is hard to see anything else. >> right. my husband showed it to me, i'm like what is she covered in plastic? another look, oh, white paint, no kidding. >> did you see the photo katy? >> i did, it is so hilarious, because i actually just spent it to our producers, i'm sure you saw this already, but might be interesting to show, these optical illusions just viral. i saw the shiny legs as well, now i can't see them again now that i know it is just paint. amazing what your eyes can do to you. talking about playing tricks on you here. looking ahead to pretty significant warming trend, coming up, and then another drop off in the near future when it comes to our temperature readings. although, we are getting to the point of the year, where the days are just getting
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incredibly short. very quickly touch on that, taking you on out to the graphics here, where, you know, we are seeing the daylight, again, losing two and a half minute per day. today the sun comes up at 7:26. halloween 7:29. by november 6 usher in daylight saving time back to 6:36. bring you some prettier sunrises little sooner, than we can right now, storm scan quiet, passage, clearing things out, literally, very figure tiffly, as well, skies are nice and clear, the winds will be picking up, our temperatures are beginning to take little modest hit at 39 in mount pocono, and down into the low and mid 50's, generally, around most of our area shore points. as the day goes on, expect full sunshine. we are in the up ear at best, though, so the kids definitely need heavy coat walking out the door, when you factor in the wind of course made to feel that much chillier. meisha, i promise awe warm up. i'll tell but it later on. >> sounds good to me, katie,
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thank you so much. good morning, everybody, looking outside, we have this disable vehicle, right there, bamm. schuylkill westbound at montgomery drive. going to slow you down little bit. because as you come around the ben starting to tap the brakes. trying to maneuver around. just heads up it is out there, might slow you down just little bit if it doesn't move out of the way. then in the world of mass transit, pennsauken transit center closed sunday, it will be going on will the 30:00 a.m. through 1:30 p.m. because of that, new jersey river line and atlantic city rail line, they will be affected, so just heads up on that. always just make sure reminder to check schedules on line. plus fox chase regional rail lines, that's shuttle bussing right now, through the weekend because of main fence, so a lot going on on mass transit again, say it over and over, check the schedules on line, first accident of the morning still out there. a.c. expressway eastbound near route 42 freeway, that right lane is block, you guys, you can see by this still photo how much action is going on here, all of these headlight out there, they're not necessarily affiliated with the accident, but they're out there. so whether it be crews, or
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part of the accident, or what have you, this is going to slow you down absolutely, as we push toward the 6:00 hour. so you guys, heads up on that. give yourselves extra time. i would say at least 15, 20 minute, maybe around that area right now, then we've got construction, 322, black horse pike at route 40, that left lane blocked, and that's blocked from each direction, that's going to linger out there for the next 20, 30 minutes or so. jan, over to you. >> meisha, thank you. >> now, to developing story, in philadelphia's juniata section. police officers shoot a manna tempting to stab himself. now this all happened at a home on the 3800 block of else door street shortly after 10:30, family members same the man was suicidal, violent, possibly drunk. now, according to police, the officers ordered the man to drop his knife, when he refused, they shot him with a taser. that angered the man, so officers then backed out of the home. >> at some point in time the male actually exits the front door of the property. still armed with this large knife, makes his way toward the officers, and at that point the officers discharge a weapon, striking the male, and
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in the torso area of the body. >> now, the man is in the hospital in stable condition. reporter justin finch will have much more on this developing story and in a live report at 6:00. >> in other news this morning, republican vice presidential candidate mike pence comes to bensalem today. that's one day after his plane slitted off the runway at leguardia airport in new york sit. now we're told the rough landing came during bad weather. passengers say they smelled burning rubber, after the pilot slammed on the brakes. the good news, no injuries reported, ntsb on the scene right now investigating and we'll have live report at 6:00. >> now, following the incident, donald trump and hillary clinton both expressed relief that everyone was okay on that plane. trump who campaigned in now ohio yesterday, rallied supporters in new hampshire, maine, iowa, child clinton holds two events in iowa, after campaigning with fishes lady michelle obama in north carolina. >> time now 5:36. in business news, this morning, the changes that are coming to your apple laptop. >> oh, boy.
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why johnson & johnson is appealing a huge jury award over its call pom powder. jill wagner joins us liver from the new york stock exchange, good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, jan, jim. more companies like exxon mobile report their earnings today. yesterday the dow lost 29 points, the nasdaq fell 34. we'll learn more about the health of the us economy this morning, before the bell, the government will release the gdp for the third quarter. a jury awarded more than $70 million to a woman who said that johnson & johnson says tam come baby powder caused hero vare yan cancer. more than 2,000 similar cases are pending, the company says it will appeal, because science supports the safety of its product. and twitter is killing off its vine video feature. the company said it wouldn't delete any vines for now. twitter says it will cut 350 jobs mostly in sales and marketing. and apple has rolled out its newest max book prolap top, first major overhaul in years, it comes with a touch
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screen, that can be used to brouse the internet and edit pictures. users could also log on with their fingerprint. it is expensive. new laptops start at $1,799. jim, january? >> i don't know about the whole fingerprint thing. i'm still war bye that. >> the price thing, $1,700! >> thanks, jill. >> meanwhile, in other news, jurors return to the federal courthouse in newark, new jersey this morning for the start of closing arguments in the bridgegate scandal. the delay in the case stems from a legal issue that the court has not made public. now there is comes after the judge instructed jurors to base their decision on whether two governor christie aids, fill barone, bridgette kill i, misused state resources when caring out the lane closers in fort lee new jersey. this is not whether it was political pay-back against christie's opponents, which the governor has denied. >> well, a jury awards former penn state assistant football coach mike mcqueary $7.3 million. the jury found penn state defamed mcqueary after it
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became public his testimony helped prosecutors charge jerry sandusky. he's now divorced and living with his parents in state college. mcqueary testified he's been unable to find work since the sandusky scandal came to light. mcqueary, and his lawyers have, not commented. nor have lawyers for penn state. >> meanwhile, amtrak has agreed $265 million pay-out for victims families and survivors of last year's deadly train derailment in philadelphia. investigators say, the engineer was distracted and speeding, when amtrak train 188 jumped tracks as it enters a curve in the city's port richmond section. the settlement allows victims to have their awards in hand by june, instead of waiting years for lawsuits to play out. the deadline to join the settlement program is november 21st. >> well, some new attractions are being featured at a very old location. >> yes, i like this. pat gallen is live at eastern state penetentary with a look at this in just a few minutes. plus this: >> i'm kevin frazier, coming
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up: tom hanks returns as professor robert langdon in a race against the clock to get back his memories, and stop a deadly historical plot in
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our children, they look up to what we vaothers.w we treat and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. what example will we set?
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what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> tom hanks returns this weekend. here's a preview.
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>> this week, professor robert langdon, face-off against his own memory, and deadly plot, that could destroy the world in inferno. >> it isn't fiction, it is a prophecy. >> inch american owe, tom hanks back as professor robert langdon there is time, racing through florence to stop deadly virus that could destroy the worlds, while also struggling to get his memory back, and work his way through the clues. something hangs admits can be trick. >> i we have to talk, and explain things, as we get to see themment and there is an awful lot of exposition that goes along with it, or a/k/a shoe leather. now, that stuff is not all -- it is interesting to me because, you know, i like fiction, but has to be in a story that is going to be -- in which that type of blah blah blah can be sustained and become fascinating. >> so how do you make a movie in history exciting? well, you add plenty of action. >> and action. >> tom hanks get hands from
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felicity jones, excited to be part of the adventure. >> nice to have you back, professor. >> the audience has never left board or complacent. once people watch this film it will be a thrill to watch it. >> always a way out. >> i will do everything i can to find it. >> for entertainment tonight, kitchen frazier, now, back to you in the studio. bored. >> i can watch tom hanks read an encyclopedia. i mean, anything he's in, sign me up. >> he's so good. but maybe this weekend, not a great weekends for move ills, spends it outside? >> unless go to drive in or something, ya. it will be actually exceptionally warm for us here, we will of course talk about that very nice news. but other great news, is that it is weather watcher friday, guys. and in-house today, this is the guy that gets the awards for the longest commute. this is keith, take a look at where he comes from, sailors berg, pa. you might be wondering where
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is that? oh, operation 90 miles away. so we give him major props, he came in last night, spent little fun in the city so he could be here with us dark and early. thrilled to be with you, keith, and he'll be helping us with the weather forecast this morning, that said, other reports to come to when it comes to the eyewitness weather watch ers. we check in very quickly, a lot of upper 40's currently being reported, few outline ers here and, there but i actually focus on some of the other report coming in. so often we focus on temperature, but pretty decent rain rolled through last night, here are some of the reports that came in from some of the folks. andrew out in medford had over half inch, as well as did charles up in bath, pa, eileen in gilbertsville, had half inch. couple of tent after inch in cherry hill from lynn, perkasie, john locate the with .36. barbara didn't have much at all. only reported at least .100 every an inch, regardless, decent rain came in last night. quickly check the wind speeds currently coming in. not that impressive yet. they will turn little a little
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bit stronger than this. but, only about five, 6-mile per hour showing up at most. and most every these reports. i do want to show you one quick picture here. not necessarily weather-related but our weather watch remembers like family to us. we have new addition. so, so sweet. baby aero eel a, new granddaughter for mark, congratulations to you that said we switch gears, go back to the actual forecast we do have storm system rolling through right now. obviously, we had the rain from it last night, now clearing out nicely. even little lake enhancement from a little bit of light ice and snow continues to fall. look real closely, out there, especially up-state new york. not here though. all fizzling away. so back in the sunshine folks. yes, it will be a breezy and franklin windy day in general across the board, gust cost peak as high as 30 miles per hour, but some pretty good football weather. going out to the friday football frenzy game of the week. big one. i'm told it is a very big rivalry by our executive producer, steve lindsey. how could it not be? 51 degrees, so kick off, so chilly start to the game.
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if you are going to be sitting in the stands no matter where your travels take you, i would highly advise having a blank tote cover your legs w by the weekends heck break out the shorts, low mid 70s to report for both tomorrow, sunday, saturday, my personal favorite. don't have the clouds really but by sunday they'll be building, watch for late day shower, 74 the high though. then, we bottom out again behind our next cold front, to 60, but still, sunny, very pleasant, for halloween, meisha? >> katie, i've pack and unpacked those shorts and those tank tops, so much like this. i've only sweat parts out at this point, so sweat part, sweatshirt, good morning, guys, happy friday. all right, so looking at 95 south, past cottman. looking good. i think that we just built to this in the 5:00 hour, and this is where we're staying, not bad at all. those of you thinking going out to interstate 95 southbound, putting on the brakes, maybe i might wait a little bit. no need. looking really good there. i want to pull your attention going onto mass transitment backing out of the way, pennsauken transit center
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closed you guys sunday 99:30 to 1:30 p.m. because of that, these two lines are here, they'll be affected so make sure to check the schedules on line, also look at this, fox chase regional rail line shuttle bussing for some weekends maintenance. so again, i always say, just make sure to check the schedules on line, sometimes ever changing. and our first accident of the morning, it is still out here, a.c. expressway eastbound near 42 freeway, that right lane is still compromised, you can see all of the activity going around there, so it absolutely will slow you down this morning, jim, jan, back to you. >> cbs-3 and komen philadelphia are teaming up once again in the fight against breast cancer. turning the skyline pink. take a look at the pennsylvania academy of fine arts. hamilton billing on broad street. october, as he you know, national breast cancer awareness month, and the pink lights are reminds tear schedule a mammogram and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. our lady of lourdes medical center in camden is also a glow in pink. this is the 15 year for the light for the cure campaign. you can find more information
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at cbsphilly.com/cure. well up next: our pat gallen is in prison. well, bound to eventually happen. >> no big surprise. but, it is not what it sounds like. pat? >> good morning, guys, at eastern state penetentary this morning, for terror behind the walls. and the brand new hex challenge. what's the hex challenge? i'll finds out with you coming up next.
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>> pat gallen is live this morning at eastern state penetentary. hopefully he makes it through alive. >> oh, yes, very much i want to come out alive. super dark, dank, and scary here at eastern state penetentary, as you know, terror behind the walls. one of the coolest things to do, around this time of year in the entire country. forget philadelphia. the entire country. so to tell us a little bit about what happens here, behind the wall, amy, the creative director. good morning. >> good morning. >> i know, look at you, you're all ready to rock. >> oh, yes, this is our time of year here.
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>> so tell us, yes, tell us about terror behind the walls. been doing it a long time? >> our 26th season terror behind the always. here every night into hole wean, two night in november. the most popular haunted house in the count rip, six different attractions, for all ages, has little bit of something for everybody here for halloween. >> so basically you're scaring kids, adults, the whole 9 yards. >> that's right. we let people design their scare their own way, don't think there could be better setting for this type of experience. >> about to get on a bus. what is this bus, and what am i hearing about? >> brand new this year, the hex challenge you and group of five other fretter, six people total, can step further into the story, face your fears, face challenges, and six secret rooms throughout the penetentary complex, adds about 30 minutes to your experience, it cost a little extra. so we will step on to the bus where it all begins. >> all right, i don't know if i'm ready for it, after you,
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kyle. i don't know if i'm ready for this one. all right, here we go, on the scary bus. >> welcome. >> good morning, sigh boring. >> i'm xa3, i'm here to make sure that your initiation is smooth. >> all right, the initiation of the hex challenge begins. okay. so what are we doing now? >> so the soborg are put willing g your blue glow wrist band onto show you're one of the initiate into the hex challenge. >> so i'm in now? >> you're in now, six of us, each of us would get a special mark that dedicates which one of the challenges you will have to step forward in. >> oh,. >> most people don't know that yet. i can't give away too much. >> right. right. >> all right. >> then we step over into the back end of the bus. >> all right. let's do this. this is where the scary stuff happens. guys, keep an eye on me, please. okay. >> this has been pretty popular this year. ticket have been selling out, limited capacity. buy on line ahead of time.
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>> so here we are, in the hex room here. >> at this point, operative, you must select your special room. >> my special room will select, guys, i'm going to send it back to you, we'll figure out what goes long we come back in the 6:00 hour. see if i'm still alive. does that work? >> meisha is captivated right now. she's saying why can't i do this? >> we need to no. no now. >> all right, pat. be safe out there, pat. >> we'll wait for him to get scared. how about this? how would you like to sleep in count dracula cast snell turns out a lot of people actually would. more than 08,000 people have entered air b and b contest to stay in the vampire cast nel transylvania. it is the first time in its 640 year history the castle will be open to the public to stay overnight. >> we will arrive in transylvania, by horse driven carriage, at night we will be are going to sleep with only the sounds of wolfs how long
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outside the castle. >> oh, that's comforting. the guests were warned not to bring garlic, crosses or silver which would scare dracula off. who would want to do that? contestants drove in from all over the world, the living entry came from canada. >> right out of central cast, that lady coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", some families are painting their halloween pumpkins teal this year. find out why health advocates with a to see more of these in every neighborhood. >> this little dog's battle with cancer could lead to big big break through for humans. we will tell but this groundbreaking research being done right here in our area. that's coming up.
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>> developing right now, philadelphia police opened fire on a man after trying to taze him twice. we're live with what was happening right before the shooting. >> investigators are trying to figure out why a plane caring republican vice vice presidentil nominee mike pence slid off a runway. i'm brook silva bragga at leg guards ya airport. >> blustery end to the work week. katie says there is a treat, not attributing, in the weekends forecast. today is friday, october 28th, good morning, i'm jim donovan.
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>> i'm january car bay o katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> do you guys want trick or treats? what would you pick? >> always treat. >> course, i would want the tricks. i want -- show me something. >> of course. wild side of you. >> out on the roadways, actually looking really good. >> give me a hundred thousand dollars bar and i'll be happy with some sunshine. >> i thought were you going to say a hundred thousand dollars. like okay, who gives that away? >> okay, guys, looking ahead to pretty nice day overall. blustery day in the wake of the colds front that came through yesterday, brought in the rain, but we've soon some extremes this month of october. one of those transition months trying to go between, you know, the warmth of the summer try to get through the cold air of the winter. at the moment we've seen temperatures anywhere from mid 80s all the way into the upper 30's, yesterday, morning, when we actually bottomed out to 38 degrees. we hit our highest temperature of the

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