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hillary clinton respond to the the renewed i been investigation into her e-mails, what she's calling on the fbi to do. and dramatic moments a plane catches fire and passengers raced to escape the flames. and it is promises to bring a sex scandal to life police say this is in scam, letters showing up in local mailboxes and what to do if you get one. it the is sat the day october 29th good morning i'm jan carabao. it will be an absolutely beautiful day today meteorologist justin drabick is here with the eyewitness weather toker cast. we have to enjoy that 70-degree day in october. >> that is right, second half of the weekend will be warmer. we will be well a above average. lower 60's where we should be, yesterday we were in the 50's.
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we will be near 70. we will keep it going. >> wonderful. >> november will start off on the warm side. we will talk about that later on during the show. nice and quiet outside this morning. the it is chilly though. one of the days where you will need heavier coat on during morning hours and shed it in the afternoon. we have nice quiet conditions over center city. we will go outside where it is clear and on the cool side. we are at 41 degrees. the good news wind is calm. the it feels like a true 41. we are not battling brutal wind chills but look at difference in the temperatures compared to this time yesterday morning. we're going up to ten to 17 degrees cooler. cool start to the day, down close to freezing, up in allentown at this hour, 30 in mount pocono. thirty-eight in wilmington delaware. suburbs in the same situation. at freezing in mount holly, new jersey. thirty-six in palmyra. we will look at mainly clear skies, a few cloud today but fair weather clouds, a lot of sunshine. starts to warm up back to the 60's, close to 70 for the high around philadelphia and
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surrounding suburbs. at the shore a lot of sunshine temperatures in the 60's. poconos breaking in the lower 60's. tomorrow even warmer temperatures running a good 15 t there will be rain chances for second half of the weekend. we will talk about that in a few more minutes. jan, back to you. new this morning two cars collide in fail's nicetown neighborhood sending one person to the hospital. this accident happened around 1:15 at west hunting park avenue and north 19th street. police say one of the cars caught fire and two park cars were damaged as well. one man is in stable condition this morning, the cause office accident is under investigation. the fbi is reopening its investigation into hillary clinton's use of the private e-mail server while she was secretary of the state. meantime democratic nominee wants feds to release all of her e-mails. >> we are calling on the fbi to release all of the information that it has. even director comey note that had this new information may not be significant, so lets
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get it out. >> and in rare agreement with clinton both g.o.p. nominee done will old trump and his running mate mike pence want fbi to release those e-mails. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is live from the cbs-3 sat center. >> reporter: it the is a bomb shell dropped a week and a half before the presidential election, that quickly created shock waves on the campaign trail yesterday. investigators say they discovered new e-mails in a separate sexting investigation related to anthony weiner but now there are more questions, then there are answers including exactly what information the e-mails contain and what this will effect the outcome of the presidential race. >> director himself has said that she doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter, are significant or not. >> but on friday a bomb shell a thens. by fbi director james comey still created shock waves in this letter to several congressional and senate leaders comey wrote newly
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discover e-mails, found through an unrelated investigation appear to be pertinent to the previous probe of hillary clinton's private server use while secretary of the state. >> i'm confident that whatever they are will in the change conclusion reached in july. >> reporter: that is when comey it says investigators found extreme carelessness there was no evidence to indicate any criminal raining doing or that the clinton camp knowingly miss handled classified information. republican presidential nominee donald trump applauded the fbi's fining during a rally in new hampshire. >> we hope, all, justice will finally be served. >> reporter: his running mate mike pence echoed those thoughts while speaking this bensalem. >> we call on the fbi to immediately release all the e-mails pertinent to their reopened investigation. >> reporter: in that last minute press conference yesterday, clinton called for more information, in the inn investigation and trump came
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under fire for secret thely recorded video which he described inappropriate thely touching would member. so does this kind of new information sway decided voters, this close to election day. we will asked some of them. we will have that on "eyewitness news" at 6:00. live from the the sat center, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we are just ten days away from election day so keep it the right here on "eyewitness news" for very latest on campaign 2016. the national transportation safety board is now investigating an incident involving an american airlines jet that was hurdling down runway for he take off in chicago. the plane caught fire after a tire burst and passengers had to evacuate by way of emergency slide. kenneth the craig has more on the panic scramble to safety. >> reporter: passengers inside american airlines flight 383, pushed, screamed as they tried to escape a burning plane sitting on the chicago runway. video posted to facebook captured the chaos.
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>> from the outside, at o'hare international the airport another passenger recorded the burning jet and thick being, plaque smoke, terrified passengers used the plane slide to evacuate as emergency crews rushed to put out the flames. >> big ball of red flames, blew up from that window and that is all i can tell you. i got out as fast as i can. >> reporter: boeing 767, was leaving, from miami when the plane blew a tire and aborted take off. 161 passengers and nine crew members were on board. >> halfway through, getting out, the smoke started to get heavy. you take a deep breath and you took in smoke and that was the most scary part of the whole thing. >> reporter: more than a dozen people suffered minor injuries during the evacuation. >> absolutely devastating, if it happened later, if it happened further, i mean there is a thousand variables. >> reporter: american airlines is putting passengers on other
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flights to miami. kenneth the craig for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meantime we're learning new details about why mike pence plane skidded off runway at laguardia international airport. republican vice-presidential nominee or anybody else on board was injured thursday night, investigators now say they are looking at part of the the plane that appeared to be malfunctioning called auto speed brake actuator. >> when they touched down these spoilers will come up automatically. if they don't come up automatically and they would not the because this auto actuator was not operating the pilots for manually pull up the speed brake handle which they did about four seconds after touchdown. >> the ntsb were not say if 42nd was adequate enough to deploy those spoilers. federal officials are investigating a head on train collision in delaware count that i injured four crew members. the two csx trains crashed
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near conquered road in chester township just before 8:30 friday morning. two crew members from each train went to the hospital with minor injuries. come tuesday, septa bus, subway, trolley riders may need to find a alternate method to get around philadelphia but that is only if a labor dispute is not settled between septa and transport local union 234. members prepared picket signs in northern liberties ahead of the possible strike. sticking points include pension, health care, septa has posted a strike contingency plan on the web site, regional rail lines will not be affect. well, good samaritan shot when he was attempting to stop robbery at rittenhouse square speaks exclusively to "eyewitness news". rittenhouse square is a special community for follow thanks work there selling water and snacks. he said when he saw a group of young men including one with the gun approaching people on october 18th, he knew he had to do something. >> so at that moment you're like not me.
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>> no, not anyone out here. i can't imagine my self letting them who i can you are not due for this at all why would i let you take everybody out here, 30 to 60 people, turn us all face forward and go through our pockets and do as you well randomly. >> he says that he was not the surprised by this shooting. why he doesn't feel like he is a hero. more of jessica dean's interview in the next half an hour. a black mail scheme is showing up in the mailboxes in the philadelphia region. the letters claimed to spill secrets of affairs unless the scammers were paid off. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos spoke to two people who received the surprising dehand. >> reporter: same letter. >> i apologize i will cut to the chase. >> i know you cheated on your wife. >> reporter: with the same threat. >> those two options are to ignore this letter. >> pay me $2,000. the let's examine these two optionness shore tea tail. >> reporter: latest scam to hit our area this warning claiming to have evidence the of cheating, and demanding
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2,000 bucks in on line bitcoin currency to make that evidence disappear. >> the mail came, and i saw he had a piece of mail, plane. >> reporter: christine, lives in northeast philadelphia and when her husband opened up the letter the other day. >> he comes out laughing says you've got to see this. >> reporter: joke ago side police in lower merion township said they have received calls about the letter and posted this facebook message telling people to simply throw it out. chester county district attorney's office has also received calls. >> criminals are always trying to come up with a new way to separate people from their money. >> i will cut to the chase. >> reporter: jay, a doctor in chester county received the threat, quickly realized it was not legitimate. >> it looked official, you know, sometimes you get junk mail and you throw it out but this seemed like it was put together by a private investigators or someone who knew what they were talking about. >> reporter: he and others say they want to see this scammer caught. >> what to you want to see for this guy. >> jail, that is what he is
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call. he is disrupting lives. really terrified a lot of people. >> go out, get a job, work hard, don't be stealing. >> reporter: investigators i spoke with said it is very difficult to track down whoever is sending these letters and that is because, they are coming from a sorting facility in florida before making their way here to pennsylvania. the best add rise if you receive one simply rip it up. reporting here from west chester i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". that is right, rip it up. still ahead, one of the largest rowing competitions in the world returns to the the schuylkill river this weekend. also ahead how facebook is getting in the spooky spirit this halloween. and who will turn up in your doorstep in a few days. clouds, monsters and... >> when "eyewitness news". biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie.
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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. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing
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donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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happening today an exciting weekend on the schuylkill river. the forty-sixth schuylkill regatta gets underway, organizers say more than 8,000 competitors are taking part. not to mention a crowd of up to 40,000 people, will be there to cheer them on. forty-sixth schuylkill regatta runs from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on sunday. today also marks the fourth anniversary of super storm sandy, crashing in the jersey shore. on october 29th, 2012, the storm made land fall near atlantic city ape slowly moved inland. sandy claimed 182 lives,
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including ten in new jersey and two in pennsylvania, and caused more than $71 billion in damage. storm devastated coastal communities. justin is here with the eyewitness weather forecast, hard to believe that was just four years ago. >> i know, still in my memory. we're still talking about it and still see effects in that area along the jersey shore. luckily things quite it this weekend. good thing heading in the halloween forecast. halloween looking good as well. if you like mild temperatures we will love today and tomorrow. well above average. bringing back some 07's for daytime highs. this morning is chilly, clear skies, outside right now, calm wind. we had wind yesterday and it has died down. again, it the toss than the feel as cool as it could, so i'm factoring in the wind chills. heavier coats needed this morning and afternoon with that sunshine should feel nice. but story for next several days will be up and down temperatures finishing off october and head into november. average high is 62 degrees. yesterday we were below that
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57 degrees, temperature was early in the morning just after midnight and then today, getting close to 70 for warm spots tomorrow, well in the 70's and then dropping back near 60 for high on halloween day but tuesday we will start to return above average mid 60's and we will have another string of 70's coming up, the in the middle of the next week. but this morning, again, will cool even on the coast, mid 30's, wildwood, atlantic city airport near 40 in delaware. newark at 37 degrees. and close to freezing in suburbs in interior south jersey. voorhees 34. thirty-three in vineland and woodstown. then to the north and west suburbs slight thely below freezing, ambler, pottstown at 31 degrees at this hour. thirty in mount pocono. we have a warm front to our north and west coming threw upper great lakes. we will see cloud, showers. even mixed with snow across northern new england but it is warmer air to the south ape west that is moving in the region to take we will feel difference. wind are calm by the afternoon
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they will start to increase from the southwest around 15 miles an hour. it does become breezy about you that wind that brings in that warmth. stays humid, breezy tonight. heading outside tonight later tonight have that jacket around may feel cool when you factor in the win. wind dies down tomorrow but there is a cold front moving through the north. you can see win direction now starting to move west/northwest at sign of the cooler air returning for start of the next week. today close to 70 degrees in the sunshine above average. there is that front i was talking about. it doesn't have a whole lot of moisture but we have a chance to see a few showers tomorrow mainly late in the day and nighttime hours ahead of the the front well in the 70's. then we will get brief shot of cooler air for monday, high temperatures near 60 degrees. the that is close to average. good looking halloween forecast, during the day and at night for trick or treating event. and then over the next 24 hours not much happening. we will see mainly clear skies, a few cloud rolling in tonight ahead of the front. tomorrow again starts off dry,
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through at least morning and afternoon hours we will see showers around arriving from the north. they will move south at 7:00. we are starting to see showers breaking out in philadelphia, parts of the delaware and south jersey. it is late afternoon, evening best chance to see showers tomorrow. today though, mid to upper 60's, close to 70 for inland spots today with the sunshine and then tonight, temperatures don't drop off a whole lot, lower near 60's and 07a from the city on southward low to mid 70's, cooler to the north because we are close to the front. today mostly sunny high near 07 degrees. the southwest wind ten to 15. tonight mild, partly cloudy, 59 for the city, cooler in the suburbs. we will get that trick or treat forecast monday evening 6:00 o'clock. it is 55 degrees. by 8:00, 51. clear skies, in threat of rain. cool but nothing terribly cold. here's that extended forecast mid 70's on sunday back to 60 monday we will take 70's returning for next wednesday, and thursday, best chance for showers tomorrow afternoon.
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jan, back to you. and your little ones decided what they want to for halloween. as three on your side jim donovan tells us new survey find super heroes rain supreme for kid and adults too. >> reporter: kiss the princess good bye. this halloween many kid are trade nothing their crowns for capes. >> it is first time in 11 years that princesses have not rained over the number one costume spot. according to a survey by national retail federation princess outfits have taken a back seat to super heroes, followed by animal costumes and batman or star wars characters. the kid aren't the only ones planning on dressing up, expect to see millennials looking like someone in the batman universe. you can thank suicide squad for that. >> they are bad guys, it is what we do. >> reporter: 67 percent of those celebrating halloween
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plan on buying their outfit and when you factor in candy, decorations, americans are expect to spend a whooping $3.1 billion on halloween this year. reporting for three on your side i'm jim donovan. >> that is incredible. the lets look at money spent just on candy right now. new report says that americans are expect to spend more on the the sweet treats this year then they have in the past four years. ihs global insights predicts americans will spend nearly $4 billion or $30 per household on candy. the report suggest that if you want a good deal on the sweets just hold out until the day after halloween. facebook is getting in the halloween spirit too. social media cities testing a new feature that looks like snap chat. it is camera that allows users to he take selfies and videos with filters and post them on their news feed. for halloween social network will let you try on a different mask like skull or witch when you share live
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video. you can have crying franken stein and a witch. still ahead on "eyewitness news" a look at what is new in theaters this weekend. >> i'm kevin frazier, coming up tom hanks returns as professor robert langdon in the race begins a clock to get back his memory and stop a deadly plot in
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"in washington, if you don't have some independence, some backbone, you might as well not even be there." backbone?! pat toomey voted 7 times to defund planned parenthood. and when he didnít get his way, toomey threatened to shut down the federal government. now, toomey refuses to tell us whether he's voting for donald trump. but when he's in other parts of the state, toomey's said he wants to support him. pennsylvania just cant trust pat toomey.
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priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. tom hanks returns as inferno. kevin frazier from entertainment tonight shows us what is new in theaters this
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weekend. >> this week tom hanks must solve another historical riddle as professor robert langdon and face off against his own memory and deadly plot that could destroy the world in inferno. >> daunte's inferno isn't fiction but a prophecy. >> reporter: in inferno tom hanks is back as professor robert langdon racing through florence to stop a deadly virus that could destroy the world while struggling to get his memory back and work his way through clues, something hangs admits can be tricky. >> we have to talk and explain things as we get to see them and is there an awful lot to explain. it goes along with it, or aka shoe leather. now that stuff is interesting to me because, you know, i like non-fiction but there has to be a story that is going to be in which that type of blah, blah, blah can be sustain and become fascinating. >> reporter: how to you make a movie steep in history exciting? well, you add some action.
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>> and action. >> hangs gets a hand from series new cover felicia jones who was excited to be part of the adventure. >> nice to have you back, professor. >> audience never left, complacent and i feel when people watch this film it will be a thrill to watch it. it will be a real wide. >> it is on his way up. >> i will do everything i can do to find it. >> for entertainment tonight i'm kevin frazier, you this back to you in the studio. here's something else you can to this weekend an exhibit on musical icon teddy pendergrass is opened up today at philadelphia's african-american museum. exhibit gives visitors a one of the kind look at life and career of the grammy winner. highlight his past from being a member of the harold melvin and blue notes to his incorporating career as a soul artist with philadelphia international record as well as his advocacy helping individual with spinal cord injuries. and in our next half an hour right here on "eyewitness news" a seventh inning stretch
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you will not soon forget. >> ♪ take me out to the ballgame ♪ >> funny man with his one of a kind rendition of a baseball classic. your kids, your town, your team, we will recap this friday football frenzy, highlights from high schools around the region ahead in our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. 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?
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i didn't think i was shot until i seen all this blood, man. >> he stepped into stop a robbery in center city's rittenhouse square but got multiple times. in an "eyewitness news" exclusive, this good samaritan opens up about that night. you like my broccoli, okay. >> when you have been a part for a year it is little things that you miss. more on the heart warming advisory union for a mother and daughter at a local school. and honoring the national champion villanova wildcats, the memorable celebration before last night's game. >> good morning i'm jan carabao. it will be a glorious october day to day so lets get out to meteorologist justin drabick who is live out there on the cbs-3 sky deck with eyewitness weather. how is it feeling. >> little chilly, jan, heavier coat needed, probably will do
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scraping if you have your car outside overnight but good rebound this afternoon. a lot of sunshine this entire weekend. good timing if you like mild temperatures you'll love this forecast. we will talk about some rain chances as well but that holds off until tomorrow but this morning it is clear, quiet, win has demenished. that is good news. yesterday a little bit on the windy side. typical fall day. temperatures were below average in the 50's. look at the temperatures near freezing in suburbs. allentown checks in at 33 degrees. mid 30's in the airport, millville now below freezing at 31. forty-one officially in philadelphia. thirty-two in mount holly, new jersey. below freezing in quakertown and pottstown at this hour. there are wind speeds calm right new we are less than 5 miles an hour. they will increase later this morning in the afternoon as they switch around out of the southwest that southwest wind that starts to pump in the warmer air. nice and quiet, on storm scan three. few cloud roll through from time to time in the poke these but other than that we will
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call it mostly sunny, good rebound, so we're already in the 30's right now and jumping up in the 60's, close to 70 degrees for a high today in philadelphia, tomorrow, well in the 70's on our way up to 75 degrees. there will be more cloud, rain chances, probably holding off until late sunday afternoon into sunday night. all and all a good looking forecast, stays warm into november we will talk about that in the seven day in a few more minutes, back to you. they tried to foil a robbery in fail's rittenhouse square and ended upshot because of it. now in an "eyewitness news" exclusive this good samaritan opens up about that night. he spoke with our jessica dean about what urge him to put his life on the line. >> i had to to it you understand what i'm saying. >> reporter: he says that there was in other option on tuesday, october 18th, he was wrapping up a night of work, selling drinks, snacks in rittenhouse square when he noticed a group of young hen in the parka approachingtive rent people and asking for
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money. he said one had a gun. so flint decided to tackle him. flint was shot five times. >> i didn't think i was shot until i saw the blood, man. i really didn't feel anything other than i knew something was hitting me. i'm watching him do this and it is like, this just can't be serious this can't be real. when the one kid tried to steel my bike. i got bull nets me chasing someone. i give him to give my bike up. i looked down and seen i am bleeding, this is real. okay, time to go down. >> reporter: flint's friend pound police rushed him to the hospital where he than went surgery. >> you were just doing your work and get five times in the middle of the center city philadelphia is that not surprising to you. >> i'm used to things like this happening, i'm sorry, with you i'm black and when you are black, things happen. getting shot does not hurt. getting shot toss not the hurt. healing does. so if anything impedes you from doing what you have to
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do, let it not be a gunshot do what you have to do save your hotter, save your wife, save your kid. >> does this change your philadelphia a opinion at all. >> no, just what i expect, i'm serious. only thing that surprising was they were stupid enough to do it. >> there has been talk about this happening in rittenhouse square and if it happened in another part of philadelphia, it wouldn't have gotten nearly as much attention do you agree. >> sure, sure, right, right. >> do you think. >> yes. >> you you are being hailed a hero. >> i don't know why, that is why i'm saying. >> you do not feel like a hero. >> no, i do not. i could not imagine to do what i would company to headache sure self feel like a hero. all that stuff is normal. if you have do what you have to do that is normal. >> that was our jessica dean reporting. flint continues to heel, he is already back to riding his bike and working. a 17 year-old suspect has been arrested for shooting and charged with attempted murder. well 76ers have change
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course and apologizing for canceling the national anthem performance of the inning iser wearing a we hatter jersey. seven streeter was told she could not perform the anthem, before wednesday night's season opener at wells fargo center. a dance team member you see there, sang it instead, streeter has been excited back to sing and will be allowed to wear that injuries if i she chooses. sixers release aid statement saying we are sorry this happened. afterring receiving feedback from our players, basketball operations, staff, owner ship group we believe wrong decision was made and seven should have been welcomed to sing, we apologize to her. a mother returns home from after afghanistan for a heart warming reunion with her daughter, morning announcements at powell elementary school were extra special as tears of joy, filled eyes across the school yard. "eyewitness news" reporter natasha brown was there. >> powell elementary school student grace thurmon was watching a message from her
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mother serving in afghanistan, for the past year when all of a you had is even this happened. >> it was a surprise, of her young life, her mother, up close and personal after being told she wouldn't see her until thanksgiving. >> tears replaced, word, hugs, and heart warming bond for entire school to see. excitement took place during morning announcements at powell elementary, and this master sergeant in the air force says keeping this secret was harder then any military mission. >> i was surprised with modern technology. we were doing tank go. she was saying mommy, wait a minute, you changed. now you are in a big room. >> i was going to pass out because i love my mommy. >> i love you too. >> reporter: students sent letters and care packaging to the sergeant throughout her deployment. >> when you you are feeling home sick, like oh, no i'm
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missing home. i wanting to home. it is time to leave. you would get a box. would it make it the okay. >> nothing could replace sheer joy of this amazing moment. >> i'm not a huge cryer so all of my emotions came at the same time just to see her running toward me, and my sisters, so it was the most amazing feeling you could ever have. >> reporter: natasha brown for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". i just love those reunions. happening today world's largest conference of the fee hail engineers continue here in philadelphia. this is society of would hen engineers annual conference is underway right now at pennsylvania convention center. the conference is bringing in more than 9,000 women to philadelphia, and it will have an estimated economic impact of at least ten million-dollar, the conference end today. still ahead a would hand says that she was booted from instagram because of her work out videos. she posted videos for years, sometimes in skimpy work out the gear, what she says she was showing this time that she
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believes got her account cancelled. and then ahead in sports the football frenzy, highlights from and the friday night lights. >> it is the seventh inning, last chance to order beer. >> chicago cubs biggest fan rallies the crowd with one of a kind rendition of take me out to the ballgame, you have to see it, that is still ahead. and a chilly start to the day but warm up is ahead when you might be able to see a little bit of rain as well, we will be right
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, 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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cbs-3, cw philly and komen philadelphia are now teaming up with once fan in the fight against breast cancer turning our region pink. pottstown memorial medical center in montgomery county is lit up in pink. october is, of course, national the breast cancer awareness month and pink lights are a reminder to schedule a mammogram and to stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. blast furnaces at sands casino resorts in bethlehem, it is 15th year for lights for the cure campaign. find out more information at cbs well, a fitness star whose pregnant was briefly banned from instagram, for what she says are posts that were considered too sex y. on cbs-3's healthwatch, health reporter stephanie stahl explains the bear belly controversy. >> reporter: brittany pearly is close to a million instagram followers but it was
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almost taken away after she posted this video. >> ♪ >> reporter: she's working out with a bear, pregnant belly. >> this was first time i exposed my belly. at first i was nervous because have the body shaping comments of you are fat you or you are too pregnant to be wearing a sports bra. i felt why should i let this stop me. i want to empower women to love their bodies through pregnancy. >> reporter: she got positive, negative comments. after six hours after the post went up she said instagram took her entire account down. he got this message telling her she violated the guidelines for nudity. >> i was very devastating. this account is in the the just for fun or entertainment, it is my brand, my business. >> reporter: before it the any said her post never contained nudity but she does have work outs in skimpy work out clothes. she has been posting those videos for two years with no problem. only thing that change recently is showing her bear baby bump. >> i really think that triggered it.
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>> reporter: brittany says instagram didn't respond to any e-mails until five days later after she got media attention. >> i received a notification saying that they are sorry for inconvenience and my instagram is now restored. >> reporter: brittany is now glad to be back on line. >> i will continue to post my work out videos whether you have a six month pregnant belly or six pack. >> reporter: brittany whose first child is due in february says earl any her pregnancy she was struggling with bad morning sickness that left her too weak to work out. it was only recently that she felt well enough to return, new back on instagram. i'm stephanie stahl, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and well, this one gets cute store a ward for the day for halloween even babe is in los angeles hospital are dressed for the occasion. take a look at this new borns in cedar sinai, neonatal intensive care unit are dressed in hand made costumes designed for babies as small as 2-pound. the costumes are zone by nurses, social workers and parent volunteers whose babies were once in the icu.
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for parents with children in the unit this is an opportunity to take photos of their first babies, first halloween. >> how cute is that. >> all right. switching gears to weather now. we have a great the day ahead. >> good looking weekend, in fact if you like warm temperatures we're talking about 70-degree highs coming in tomorrow. a few rain chances. looking ahead to halloween in problems there. cooler but we will keep it nice and dry with a lot of sunshine. it is coldest morning. even eld core then yesterday morning. below freezing in spots. near freezing in millville at this hour 406789 in dover, delaware. forty-one in philadelphia suburbs are slight liz below freezing. we will be scraping some frost this morning off of the cars. look the a the warmth out west, chicago, mid 60's, at this hour, almost 70, in st. louis. so that warmer air does track east, but you can still see cool pocket of air over eastern united states and that starts to lift out during the day-to-day. reason jet stream is flat right now and that is how you receipt i much keep your temperatures near average. we were close to average yesterday. it buckles to the north
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allowing some of that warmer air to build in from the south. now warmth doesn't get too far north but enough past the delaware valley to get us back above average tomorrow, maybe ten to 15 degrees above average. that puts us in the 70-degree range for afternoon highs especially monday afternoon for warm spot. region has a warm front tracking through great lakes. we do see showers, snow southern canada, northern new england but south of the warm front we will break out in the clear skies a lieutenant of warmth developing just to our south and west over the ohio valley. so that will track north east ward into the delaware valley. we will keep things nice and dry. tomorrow we will get a cold front. shower chances are pretty much later in the afternoon. the most of the weekend does stay dry. we are there for peak here for foliage, past peak already in the poconos, peeking around lehigh valley some far northwestern suburbs close to peak for philadelphia and parts of the south jersey and delaware give it a few more days. warm afternoon, cool nights those are perfect ingredients to get that good fall color
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change and we are seeing that in our forecast, so next couple days, looking good for some of that fall color. protect by high pressure this afternoon so mostly sunny skies, warm front and cold front well to the north but that high will eventually move to the south and allows the cold front to sag southward tomorrow. so during the day we will see more cloud increase, most of the showers, holding off probably until after 5:00 o'clock, most likely during early evening hours, couple showers around the delaware valley, south jersey into delaware as well as cold front moves on through. once it clears us for monday we will bring back a typical, late october air mass, and then we will warm up, heading in to november. we will talk about that, look at that well to the 60's, won't be surprised if we touch 70 around philadelphia, maybe close to the the lehigh valley, cooler in south injuries which that southeasterly wind. temperatures in the the lehigh valley, berks county, upper 60's this this afternoon, around philadelphia, surrounding suburbs, 07 in the warm spots. well to the 60's for south
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jersey and central delaware. this afternoon enjoy it. mostly sunny, warm. high in philadelphia close to 07 degrees. slightly cooler in the suburbs. the stays mild tonight, close to 60 for low for city, 50's in the suburbs. head up a week we will turn clocks back as daylight savings time comes to an end. not tonight but next saturday night flip these clocks back, sunset, sunday november 6th we will be at 4:52 in the evening. the here's that extended forecast, mid 70's for high tomorrow. showers holding off late afternoon in the evening. the slightly cooler hon near 60. back to the lower 70's coming into wednesday, and thursday. so today marks the four year anniversary of hurricane sandy, meteorologist lauren casey explains what led to the storm's strength in the einstein health care network science center. >> reporter: report at 8:00 p.m. october 29th, 2012, super storm sandy made land fall near atlantic city. sandy was a product of the
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events that forever change landscape of the new jersey kes line and leave a inn deppable mark on the memory of those affected. sand that i name conquers up post apocalyptic images of jump manies heap of depizza monk miles of coastline. fires ignited from gas mains. boardwalk washed away and casino pier roller coaster at seaside heights submerge in the atlantic. saturday marks fourth anniversary of super storm sandy, land fall near brigantine new jersey. the sandy's second costliest hurricane in united states history, and topped only by cat reno. largest hurricane on work was a wind filed diameter of 1100 miles, sandy killed 106 people in the u.s. alone. with ten direct deaths in new jersey and two in pennsylvania. deem the franken storm, sandy incredible strength and exception fallly rare left turn, were dictated by two other weather features.
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a large blocking high over newfoundland and a strong tropical low pressure over mid south. the merging of the up are trough caused sand toy transition into a hybrid system. with a combination have of both tropical, and extra tropical characteristics. this transition enhanced sandy's forward speed, and as well as contributed to its record large wind field. hurricane infamous left hook into the the new jersey coastline, it is attributable to the counterclockwise win flow associated with the trough and a clockwise wind flow of a blocking high. sandy was like a cog stuck between two very large gears act to go pull the storm west war, and inland. because of the devastation, brought by super storm sandy world meteorological organization retired the name sandy, replacing witt sarah for 2018 season. in the einstein health care science center i'm meteorologist lauren casey. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, 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. "in washington, if you don't have some independence, some backbone, you might as well not even be there." backbone?! pat toomey voted 7 times to defund planned parenthood. and when he didnít get his way, toomey threatened to shut down the federal government. now, toomey refuses to tell us whether he's voting for donald trump. but when he's in other parts of the state, toomey's said he wants to support him. pennsylvania just cant trust pat toomey. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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don't be so gullible mcfly.? you sit down, sit down. shoot it, fat boy. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. you are so stupid. how stupid are the people of the country? i don't want to see you in here again. get him out of here, get out. come on cry baby he's like a little baby cry. i don't know what i said, i don't remember. what are you going to do about people who want to be mean and all this bullying. tell me a little bit more about why that's on your mind. i have asthma and occasionally i've heard people talking behind my back.
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that was really brave. i really do think we need more love and kindness in our country. that's why it's important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn't let anybody bully his way into the presidency. because that is not who we are as americans. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bennie logan has been ruled out for tomorrow's game with the the cowboys because of a groin strain. the eagles could use been toy collapse middle of the dallas offensive line so they could go after rookie quarterback dak prescott. fourth round pick is filling in very well for tony romo. he is second in the league for completion percentage and has thrown just one interception. hoops mania always a big night at villanova but when you have a national championship to celebrate, well, it takes on a whole new meaning. the last night 2016 ncaa champs got the their championship rings, we have former coaches, players on
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hand to celebrate. head coach jay wright handing out you the those rings. jay says this is a very special moment for his players. >> ring shown i is cool, they have been dying to get them. we have been holding on to them. to give them to them tonight is a road moment and i know they are excited about it. >> the event also included a unveiling of the 2016 ncaa national championship banner, that will be hanging in the pavilion for all to see. it the is time for friday football frenzy. with leslie van arsdal. take ate way, leslie. >> wow. >> thank you, ladies, high school football season is coming in the home stretch with teams playing for playoff positioning in the city, suburbs, and new jersey, we will start off in the public league. kensington visiting central, and blake sure off and running for lancers. he takes tonight for the score.
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central with a monster win, 50 to nothing. polumbo at frankford, polumbo, with the punt and kenneth ben breaks in the opened. he will take it all the way for the score but frankford is winner in this one, 35-14. washington at southern, check out southern's jahlil turner sneaking through line and taking it in for the score. southern with a 44-eight victory. pennington at perkiomen school, chandler brooks goes back to field this punt, really have to work to make something happen here but look at him just turn on the speed. he will take it all the way in for the score. pennington a winner in this 141-12. to new jersey we will go, holy spirit at camden catholic, justin figueroa on the outside and he will plunge in for the score. camden catholic the winner 28-22. cedar creek and haddonfield, cedar creek
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trying to punt, with haddonfield right there to block it. they get the ball inside the ten and on the fourth down brandon gill martin with the touchdown. cedar creek wins 17-14. huge match up downingtown east visiting downingtown west and east land, east win are 42-20. finally we have perkiomen valley at pottsgrove, this is play of the night, cezanne inn chris be run with the tackle and in for the score but perth valley will win this 128-14. time for the game of the week as voted on by you, the fans, council rock south visiting council rock north. let's head into the locker room for that pregame speech. >> but this game tonight will live forever, so you better go out and make history. you better take that and make it happen. how do you feel. >> fired up. >> how do you feel. >> fired up.
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>> so, north and south, battling it out for bragging rights. and council rock south, getting on the board with a big run right here. alex, ripping through the line, and he is gone. this is a big touchdown run right there. but back comes north, not to be out done, michael weldy with a couple moves and check him out gone for the touchdown after he goes through the touchdown right there but south not to be denied, christian jabber, rolls out and he is able to find nick gallo for the to touchdown. south winner in this 135-14. that is sports, i'm leslie van arsdal have a great the day. cleveland indians have a chance tonight to further spoil chicago cubs world series party. win tonight would give the indians a commanding three-one lead this is best of seven series. cleveland won game three last night one to nothing. the last night was first world series game at wrigley field in 71 years. it had a famous fan in the
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stand to try to rally the team to a win. >> i said, take me out with the crowd. in order to sing the right here innings, take me out to the crowd you need to sing it like the greatest american entertainer, mr. daffy duck. so i want you to spray it and don't say it. one, two, three. >> ♪ take he out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd. buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks, i don't care if i never get back. let me root, root, for the home team, if they don't win
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it is a shame. for it is one, two, three strikes you are out at the old ballgame ♪ >> someone need to tell him he need shore even why i there. that was of course one and only bill mur any his glory. he is a native of chicago and one of the biggest cubs fans there he. he likes them a lot. still ahead next on "eyewitness news" if you pay with plastic, jim donovan has advice for keeping your credit card safe from skimmers. are more expensive sneakers better for your feet or cheaper brand still do the job. we will take a look. a chilly start but warm up is on the way, justin's back with the saturday forecast up
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work.
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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. hillary clinton respond to the the renewed investigation into her e-mails, what she's calling on the fbi to to. and dramatic moments, the plane catches fire and passengers raced to escape the flames. and a promise to bring a sex scandal to light but what police say it is all a scam, letter showing up in local mailboxes and what to do if you get one


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