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away from what could become a commuter nightmare, we're live with the latest on the negotiations and how it could impact your ride to work. >> last down. throws. wide open. jason whitton to win the game. >> my goodness, frustrated fans this morning, after late night lost for the eagles. we'll hear from the players. and, with just eight days left until voters head to the polls, the clinton campaign gets a jolt, as the fbi finds more emails. what you should know about the investigation, and what donald trump is saying about it. >> well, good morning, everyone, today is monday, october 31, happy halloween, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie and prior keeping an eye on things this morning. it seemed like we were ending the month on cool note or warm note. >> we can't decide. >> cool? all over the place. we'll get to it that. >> boo! >> you agree? that time it almost work again. >> worked at 4:30.
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>> all i have to say is paybacks, baby. they're coming to this one right here. oh, i got my costumes and my props all year. >> i can't wait. >> guys, actually is accident right now 95 north at broad street. i'll be talking about that in a little bit. it will impact your drive this morning. >> any time you're on the majors, i like. that will at least for now the weather promise to go cooperate. i think looking like nice halloween after all. you said it, like this weather can't make up its mind, all over the place in the next couple every days, obviously very warm yesterday, very calm and quiet right now, outside pleasant valley and middle high school, and everywhere else, how much, as we eventually warm up here, won't warm up anywhere near as much as it did yesterday. we'll discuss that in a sent storm scan at least nice and quiet, tranquil, but temperatures have take answer hit. now this is from the last 24 hours, so this same time yesterday, you were a solid 13 degrees milder in philadelphia. it is 25 degrees colder in mount pocono. so the damage has essentially been done, but expecting temperatures to eventually rebound at least another
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10 degrees. but, it is chilly this morning. when you factor in the northerly breeze, as high as 20 miles per hour sustained currently at the airport, that's noticeable. and always makes me feel so bad for the poor folks that are waiting in the dark for the economy shuttle bus at the airport. i always think about that when i see the wind, chill, but regardless, we look ahead to the rest of the halloween, and there is a little bit after chill in the air, by the time the kids are headed out around sunset, happens shy of 6:00 p.m. ever so slight breeze out there, wrestling the leaves, but not coal, just chilly. so have the extra layer under the costumes, they'll be just fine, by the time the sun is going down only talking 50 degrees, so there is a chill in the air for sure. >> yep, it will be chilly. all right, katie, thank you so much. and if you just heard, i was talking about up at the desk talking about more serious accident, look at how many vehicles are in play here. you can see, all of the squad cars out there, with their lights on, forcing everyone to push over to the left lane, where are we? talking 95 north near broad street. you can see, only one right lane is blocked, but everyone like i said is convincing over
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to the left lane, causing some real backups here, and it does sound like this is little bit more serious on the serious end, i'll let you know as soon as we get more details on there is heads up just walking out the door sometime soon. fifty-nine north near broad street, give yourselves extra time, you will need it if you're driving by, definitely dealing with gaper delay around the area. schuylkill headlights moving in the eastbound direction at girard. this you what being looking both moving in the westbound and evening direction, looking good. now is is what justin has been talking about, talking the septa strike might go into play, workers might go on strike tonight at midnight if deal isn't reached. these is what is going to be affected, not in service. tweeting out this information and we will talk more in depth coming up in about 15 minutes on this, jim, over to you. >> thank you, meisha. as you said hours away from possible septa strike. hundreds of thousands of riders ma have i to find another way to get to work and school. >> really crippled the city. justin finch live in center city where negotiations are about to resume.
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good morning. >> reporter: rahel, jim, that's right. zooming in just a few moments, we are told, now, will they reach a deal or not? the answer could commas late as 12:01 a.m. but either way, septa and now the city are staying that now is the time to start planning. let's take you now to video here. transport workers union local 234 had stock up on picket signs for it roughly 5,000 members. their bus, trolley, subway workers who contract run out at midnight want new deal to address reforms to their health care, wages and working conditions. a strike of course could ground bus, trolley, market frankford train service. worse ers in a different union, but expect delays. now, talks began in july. >> this month the union authorized strike and septa then put out its con ten jen is he plan l post updates on line f city hall to the union hall, everyone is watching what happens next.
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>> if there is a strike, i hope it is not long f there isn't a strike it will be wonderful. >> concerning, people obviously need to get to work and school and move around. and we are trying to keep our ear to the ground the best we can to help out if we're asked. >> and back live, negotiations should be resuming within the hour here at the 17th street sheridan. the countdown of course now begins to midnight. and what happened after that, could either be a deal or of course a strike, so again, the time to start planning is right now, rahel, jim, back into you. >> thank you, justin. >> and we are still work to go get more information this morning, on accident that killed a pedestrian in burlington county new jersey. that will accident happened late last night on rancocas road westhampton new jersey, police believe the person hit by a car but it is unclear if the driver stopped. the burlington county prosecutor's office is now handling the investigation. >> well, state police and the philadelphia fire department were looking in the schuylkill river foreperson earlier this morning in south philadelphia. police received a call around
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1:45 saying a person was in the water near girard point bridge. no one was found in the water. no details on when crews will resume their search. >> well, eagles fans understandably waking up very grumpy this morning. >> what a night. the game against dallas went late. and the eagles group. >> blew it? >> blew it, poof. pat gallen here with the highlights, low lights. anybody else except for the cowboys. >> i agree one. the cowboys, late, game ends at midnight. i'm grumpy, too. >> stinks. >> eagles were this close to jumping into first place in a highly competitive nfc east. but then, it all came crashing down in the fourth quarter as the dallas cowboys extended their division lead. >> kaboom. >> yep. eagles went up by ten-point in the second half. carson wentz to jordan matthews for the score right there. wentz actually now holds the eagles rookie record for touchdown passes. but, things fell apart. one pivotal play there is
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funds l recall by wendell smallwood, only carry the night. cowboys tie the game with three minute left, that is dez bryant, beautiful 22-yard touchdown from zach prescott over nolan carroll. we go to over time. prescott, he doesn't look like a rookie. he doesn't act like a rookie. like a ten year vet throw right there. whitton wide open in the end zone. eagles drop winnable game. lose 29-23 in over time. don bell has reaction from dallas. >> reporter: up ten points, on the road, in the fourth quarter. these are the kind of games you have to win. and the fact that the eagles fell short, well, this one hurt more than the other one. >> tough man. you know, that's a good football team over there. hey, we are going to take this one, and we're going to get ready for the giant next week. >> how much did this one hurt? >> hurt a lot, man, especially us, you know, being up, you know, late in the fourth. you know, just one of those things, one of those things authorities swallow. >> at the end of the day you feel like a game you had to
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put away? >> we got to finish it man, we got to finish the game. like i say, man, i don't see a lot of heads down in the lockerroom. that means a lot to me. i know guys in this lockerroom will continue to fight. >> tough to lose specially game like that in over time, we're in yoel. but we're learn from it and we'll be better. >> what's next for the eagles sunday they visit the giants at the meadowlands. it will be their third road game in four weeks. with the birds in arlington, texas, don bell, cbs-3 #, eyewitness sports. >> thanks, don, so many missed opportunities, dropped interception, up ten in the fourth quarter and 90-yard drive by dallas, could go on and on and on. but a lost. got to move on. >> you can only imagine if we're frustrated they have to be frustrated, too. >> they know they let that one slip. >> for sure. >> take a look at this, back page of the daily news it says: jack the knife, cowboys
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quarterback prescott cuts out the eagles heart, a cents we said, hurts, really hurts there is one. >> we have to move forward. whether some new jersey voters head to the polls in eight days, they'll notice something missing on the ballot in some towns. we'l'll explain coming up. plus this. >> top democrats blasting the fbi director for the time being of announcement newly discovered emails linked to hillary clinton. he'll hena daniels in new york the latest on campaign 2016 coming up. >> and if you are preparing your home for trick-or-treaters, you mate may want to have safety plan in place for your dog or cat. some advice on how to make halloween little less frightening in for your i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform.
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>> welcome back everyone. here we go. only eight days out from election day. now, there is a surprise shake
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up in the presidential race. the fbi has obtained a warrant to begin looking through newly discovered emails, some of which could be related to the investigation into hillary clinton's use after private e-mail server. >> the emails were found on the laptop that topped clinton aid uma shared with her estranged husband, former congressman anthony weiner. hena daniels following the story live in new york. seems like this is all anyone has been talking about this weekend? >> that's absolutely right, good morning, guys, james announce tonight congress that the f.b.i. should review these newly obtained emails belong to go uma is against the advice of the justice department. now, facing stiff criticism from top democrats, even accusation that is he broke the law. >> as hillary clinton trying to move past the latest chapter into her e-mail scandal. >> i'm not stopping now. we are just getting warmed up. right? >> donald trump thanked the disgraced former new york congressman, at the center of the investigation.
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>> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> runningmate mike pence praise the fbi director james cole ephoral letting congress about the newly discovered emails last week against the wishes of attorney general loretta lynch. >> the fbi stepping forward at this moment is demonstrated real inch telling rhett. >> i sunday democrats including clinton's runningmate, tim kaine, blasted comb for the letter. >> re-opening the investigation, that's not what the letter said. the letter was so confusing hard to know exactly what it said. >> senate minority leader harry reid went step further accusing comb. of breaking the law. read wrote: i'm write to go inform you that my office has determined that these actions may violate the latch act. which bars nbi officials from using their official authority to influence an election. >> despite the fbi announcement, many democratic voters say their minds are already made up.
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>> we just love that she fights for women. >> the level that far e-mail is nothing to the craziness level of a guy like trump. >> in the latest cbs news people, just 5 percent of democrats say they're less likely to support clinton now. and candidates will continue to focus on getting voters to the polls in key battleground states. clinton hits the trail in ohio, florida and arizona this week, while trump pulls events in michigan wisconsin, and florida. >> hena, thank you. vice president biden and house minority leader nancy pelosi will headline this evening's river john jackson event in philadelphia. the two will be the keynote speakers, the democratic city committee of philadelphia is motioning the event at the sheet metal workers hall. >> melania trump will be in suburban philadelphia to campaign on her husband's behalf. campaign manager tweets mrs. trump will be in the area thursday but no word yet on where exactly or what time. >> all eyes are on the trick-or-treat forecast.
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katie what can we expect. >> looks like pretty quiet and definitely cooperative when it comes to. that will last night how about the thunderstorms that rumble in, storm winds gust note's in a couple every spots like mcguire, as well aspen saugin, and out at moorestown new jersey. so a lot of these at least the peak gusts ended up into new jersey as the line rumbled through, you can see it on loop right now. we take it back in time. look at that. this is a loop from say around the time the sun was setting. so these storms are long gone. at this point, do you have just few scattered clouds left over. as a result of the quiet forecast, we can have little bit of fun with the halloween forecast, a lot of different halloween theme towns around the us, two of the northeast we go here where of course erie pa, at 54 degrees today, and schuylkill maryland up to 57. pumpkin center north carolina 57 degrees. few more, stepping out quickly , twitch hazel oregon, very warm air in tombstone,
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arizona and transylvania, louisianna. who knew there was another one, flight quickly look at the seven day, ill tea stay out of the shot. see the graphic here, cool halloween for you guys specially once the sun is going down, talking maybe 50 degrees, then significant warm up comes our way yet again, for mid week. meisha, over to you. >> all right, katie, thank you so much. good morning, everybody. so starting off here with a accident that i want to talk about. ninety-five north past broad street. this one is involving entrap many. a lot of squad cars with the lights on. absolutely slowing you down little bit t looks like the far left lane is open. maybe the two lefte lanes are open. kind of intermittently, far right, those are block. see what's happening here, so let's take a look at the back up shot. the taillights are moving in the northbound direction approaching where the accident is. and this is at broad street. look at how much that is starting to pile up right now. this is absolutely going to slow you down if you can avoid the area you certainly want to if you can.
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if you are just dollars headed out, give yourself at least another 30 minute or so. jim, back to you. >> eagles weren't the only ones with late night finish. we will show you who won game fives of the world world series coming up. >> halloween can spook some pets. a safety plan for your four electric friends. we'll be right back.
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>> ♪ >> having fun here. >> we love our coffee around here. also, little halloween party, so stick around for. that will. >> i can't, the straw out of her head? so cute. well, halloween means plenty of visitors of course. >> that's why it is really important for pet owners to keep their furry friends in mine. so, with trick-or-treaters, knocking on doors and ringing doorbells, in the spirit of the holiday, all of the commotion can and bit stressful for pets. one animal control officer has a tip. >> before you're having your festive tis, whether party, or having trick-or-treaters over, get your pet out for some exercise, will help take care every any anxiety that they might have, any nervousness. >> how cute were they?
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aspca want to remind pet owners to have four legged friends comfortably contained specially when opening the doors for guests during peak trick-or-treating hours. >> coming up: the eagles weren't the only ones with late night finish, coming up show you what happened in game five of the world series. >> getting good, do it yourself is a hot trend, some kids even making their own braces? not smiling about this one, hear why they say this is a terrible idea. coming up. 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 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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yell column back everybody, weekend right around the cor pir in all of our minds at least, right now looking ahead to what promises to be pretty quiet weekend. expecting more sun than anything dry weekend, temperatures nearing the average, and as a result looks like it will be pretty decent for any fall activities that you might have scheduled here. coming up though there is a warming trend between sort of sandwiched inbetween today and the weekend, we'll take about that later in the show, guys, back to you. >> all right, katie, thank you. for a look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> on the cover of the burlington county times, voters who go to mans field, will finds something missing. there are no candidates for school board. for series of departures in delran, too late to file, in mansfield, all six seats are open for write in's. >> from the cover the north penn, time line coming into focus for development of lansdale madison parking lot. 175 residential apartment
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units are expected to be built, along with commercial space and new recreational trail. the latest project, likely to start sooner the widening of the street. >> school district losing money on vending machine sales. profits that some schools make from snack sales have gone down, by 50%. many student just aren't buying the healthy smacks, fruit juices and water that must now be offered in schools vending machines. >> that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> well, the flyers are back home to play the red wings wednesday night, ends ago busy stretch for the orange and black. playing their eighth game in the 13 days last night carolina, the flyers get goal from the captain, it is the second goal of the season for cloud giroux. flyers defenseman scored goals last night, first time that's happened since 2010. flyers win four to three. >> some good sports news there. and the world series is headed back to cleveland for a game six. the cubs chris ryan woke up to
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struggling offense with big homerun of the the cubs beat the i had indians three to two last night. indians could still win the ear series with a win tomorrow night at proking progressive field. they need two more wins to win it all, fires time if they do. >> septa strike, could be just hours away. justin? >> jim, that's right. also, unless a deal is hatched out between septa and the workers union before midnight. i'm justin finch. we are watching, and we'll tell you what's at steaks, what services could be impacted if that strike goes through. back into you. >> and bill cosby returns to court tomorrow. what 13 women hope to show about the comedian, meisha? >> and looking outside, we have an accident on 95, and two other ones, to report, plus, updates septa and downed tree, all of that coming up but first, we will take quick break and stay right where you are, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right back.
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>> here's what you need node today in your morning minute. >> computer of clinton aid uma abadeen. >> we never thought we were going to say hang to you anthony weaner. >> donald trump campaigning in michigan, wisconsin,
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>> the dallas cowboys with the recovery. small wood the rookie out of west virginia was the ball carrier. >> oh, that was a costly fumble, the eagles lose to the cowboys in over time, 29-23. okay, that was last night. we're looking ahead now. plus, to katie, looking ahead? >> moving forward. >> shake it off. >> glass half full on this one, guys, come bearing some pleasant weather news. it is chilly outside. by comparison, specifically, it is chilly, it is not terribly out of the ordinary, though, what we will find out there for temperatures here today. but i can already notice just having been out here, for couple every minute, that there is a chill in the air, little breeze, as well, nice clear sky though to go along with it, nothing more than hands full every clouds currently out there. hide pressure or story, but
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knock your temperatures back most loys cases outline ers like mount pocono, as the day progresses not going to rebounds all that much. take a look, kids going off to school perhaps dress in the costume, see full sunshine. only 49 degrees around 8:00 this morning, 54 by the time they may be parading around the parking lot or playgrounds, then for the ride home, just 58 degrees, that's what we expect to top off today. i would say by the time the sun is going down and trick-or-treat festivities getting underway probably only around ooh degrees if not cooler. moving it forward here today, i promise you there is nice warm up in the cards here. today is the cool day. but, there are a few 70 plus degree days in the forecast yet again, meisha, i know it makes you very happen. >> i yes, it does. katie, thank you so much. i got to tell you, on this very busy monday, halloween morning, we have a lot of problems out on the roadways right now. right now looking at an
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accident, pretty serious one, 59 north past broad, involving entrapment. one person transported to the hospital. >> taillights northbound direction, at broad. and you can see how how significant they are. and every single minute, that ticks by, heavier and heavier. avoid the area altogether if you can. if you can't and you have to go out there i would say add at least 45 minutes to your drive this morning, as you will just come right up to this, and you'll be stopping. good news, all lanes are not block. you industrial driveable lane or two. it is kind of intermittent changes on the far left side. however, it is still going to slow you down just because of shear volume of vehicles out on the roadways right now. plus, you guys, in septa, lansdale doylestown running 30 minute delays because of a problem, power problems, so you will have to use these outbound platforms between north hills and pennbrook. i'll be tweeting that
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information out, and we have a car fire on the pa turnpike eastbound past willow grove. that's not all. move coming in up in ten minutes. >> down to the wire. negotiations are underway right now trying to avoid a septa strike. >> "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch live in center city what's keeping two sides from grieving breaching an agreement? good morning, justin. >> good morning, post halloween scare that no one wants to see. septa workers walking off job, on to the picket lines, rallying for new contract. let's take you now to video of the picket posters already made for the member, calling for reform to their pensions, healthcare, wage and working conditions. the current contract runs out at inned night, if there is no new deal, walk out begins thereafter. a strike of course would cripple commutes for thousands starting tomorrow morning. but, trolley and rail service on the broad street line and
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market frankford lines would be grounded. in passing before the the union's 2009 strike stretched almost a week, and then some 40 days. now these talks began back in july then this month local 234 members authorized a strike, should no deal hit the table. and septa then began putting together its strike contingency plan. back out live septa will updates plans on line as to how talks are going we have been told we've been pointed when both sides being far apart at times. septa and the city are remaining optimistic, and of course mayor said if called upon he will step in to help broker some kind of deal again should he be invited. we are live in center city, justin finch, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", rahel, jim, back to you. >> you know, 5,000 employees in that union, a lot of people. >> big, big. in other news this morning, police are looking for the person who shot a temple university student wasn't paint ball gun in north philadelphia.
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this happened yesterday at 15th and diamond streets. campus officials closed down the area for little bit trying to prevent any more injuries. we also are being told by police they're trying to get a warrant to search area houses for a suspect. the jury in the george washington bridgegate scandal could get the case today once closing arguments wrap up. the attorney for bridget kelly former aid to governor chris christie will make his case. she and bill barone are accused of deliberately creating gridlock on the bridge. bowl kelly anbar own testified they were told it was part of a traffic study. >> and bill cosby heads back to court tomorrow for a pretrial hearing in his sexual assault case. prosecute letters ask the judge to allow 13 other women to testify about their encounters with cost bee. the defense is arguing against it. saying the comedian is legally blind and cannot recognize his accusers in massive manhunt out in oklahoma ends with gunfire, as police track down man suspected in the string of violent crime. police began searching for
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michael dale vans, jr., last sunday, killed of two his relatives, shot and wounded two police officers. after shoot-out with local deputy the 38 year old run away was shot and killed by police. >> people in italy are waking up to more devestation in the central part of the county this morning, after another earthquake, the powerful 6.2 magnitude quake rocked the country yesterday morning reducing building to rubble, and more than dozen people hurt, 1500 people are now homeless. so, the quake follows tremors last week asthmas i have quake that killed nearly 300 people in august. well, back here at home, it is the final week before election day. >> with only eight days left, hillary clinton is focusing on ohio, she is on the defense, over her use after private e-mail system, while she was secretary of state. the fbi has obtained warrant to begin reviewing newly discovered emails. but, clinton says, she won't be knocked off court. donald trump will be campaigning in michigan and
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wisconsin, and he says clinton has nobody but herself to blame for her legal problems. well, so many polls have been tracking so many races, how accurate are they? profess until science major says don't put too much stock in just one pole, also says that cell phone and caller-id have made it difficult to survey voters, response rate now just 10%. >> that means if you see a survey about a thousand people, in a state or nation, you can assume they probably contacted about 10,000 people in order to achieve that sample. >> doctor kennedy said even though the response rate is relatively low, there is no evidence that one political party is less likely it respond than another. >> have you noticed facebook is now offering information on local candidates, anibal the issues. data gathered from the non-partisan center for technology and civic life. space book vote planner let you save and print your choices so you can take them one to the voter boot.
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>> eagles fans might have lost some sleep last night after the birds blew a chance to beat the the cowboys in dallas. carson wentz through for touch hundred yards, touchdown, jordan matthews, broke john dan's mcnabb record for touchdown pass you but again the eagles blew a second half lead, and the game winning touchdown, in over time. eagles lose 29 to 23. so who is to blame for the big lost in the big d? >> yes, there is no question a person to blame for this lost is the coach, doug pederson. who had done great job up to this point. and when he got to the biggest game on the biggest stage sunday night football he made one horrible mistake after another and that's what cost them. i mean, he just did so many things wrong in the second half, and truely into over time, that the eagles lost the game they should easily have won. >> it was a tough loss. we're coming back strong. >> just when you have the game up by ten you should win the
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game. ridiculous. >> all right, agree with that, eagles now two games behind the cowboys, in the nfc east, they play the giants in north jersey this sunday at 1:00. >> well, up next in health watch, another reason to vaccinate children for measles. >> plus do it yourself? sound farfetched but apparently a growing trend with teenagers, why dentists stay is not a good idea. >> old car boot gets a new look, i'm marlie hall in allentown, pennsylvania, with why authorities are testing this new device. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> and it is halloween, so roo celebrating with some cute trick-or-treaters. definitely want to stick around, because katie's twins are dressed p and will be here in our studio, that's coming up. stay with us. >> ♪ >> ♪
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welcome back, happy halloween on the health watch this morning, dentist warn that do it yourself braces could be dangerous. >> that's what they're saying, new trend is catching on, though, among teenagers nationwide. thanks partly to some youtube videos, countless videos and blogs from teenagers demonstrating how to make do it yourself braces promises to fix teeth for cheap within weeks. video already rack up more than a million views, orthodontist there is could actually cause more damage to your teeth. >> i feel like after looking at this, i need to go do public is her vase announcements and warnings, you don't know how to move teeth could you lose teeth. >> in addition to your teeth falling out, do it yourself braces can cause devastating
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infections, some cases dig figment. >> deadly complication from measles is more common than previously thought. researchers found the neurological disorder ffpe can lay dormant in infected children and become fatal years later. doctors say children low don't get vaccinated are putting other children specially infants, at risk. >> well, local and federal health officials are investigating an infection that's on the rise. >> health reporter stephanie stahl has this preview of her special report. >> a mysterious and potentially deadly infection is baffeling doctors, federal health officials have identified seven hot spots around the country, one, in suburban philadelphia. >> it is frightening, i think. >> infection caused by took year that is everywhere. mainly in water. >> this is in all of our water. we're all exposed to it every day when we take a shower. >> most at risk, healthy fit people. >> you're thinking have i hurt myself by drinking water? >> it is being intensely
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investigate. we'll have the findings tonight at 11:00. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". turning now to weather, all of the trick-or-treaters want to know, katie, if they're going to need a coat tonight. >> because the coat messes up the costume. >> it does, the wops, i remember that happening to me, too, i forget how old i was, but had this princess costume on, to put giant coat over top of it. terrible. so, that said, i would say make sure the kids have maybe just long sleeve thermal or something like that underneath their costumes here this evening. i would say around sunset talking maybe 50 degrees at best. give or take. it is going to be cool night. little bit after breeze, so some rustling leaving, nothing more than. that will this came in from phil, spooky moon, sun obviously not up yet. when it does it will brighten up the sky. everyone with end one bright conditions all day. just cooler by comparison. around the region we go, looking at some of the overnight lows, generally mid 40's most locations, a lot of
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uniformity across the nation. north wales, 46, 45 looks like the coolest spot of the pack in mullica hill coming in from john carol this morning, we take a look what's happening on the map, you know, what not heck of a lot at this point. you can see ever so slight renmant of the storms that rumble through last night, but now high pressure is in control. it is going to dominate the theme for the next couple every days. that bodes well. we end up with sunshine for the next few days. now, at this point, the climate prediction center is expecting for the month of november generally above average conditions. this goes for east of the mississippi. so obviously included with that. does look like we are getting off to pretty mild start say for today, cooler day behind the cold front just came through. look what happens. you get into the month of november. okay, seasonable to start it off, but then two, 07 plus degree days. another colds front comes along, much like yesterday's did in the p.m. hours. bridges some showers. that's what's going to knock our temperatures back to dose of reality again for friday, 06 degrees with breeze, and
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more sunshine. meisha, over to you. >> loving the sunshine, all right, katie, thank you so much. and you guys, if you are just waking one us, we have live chopper three over an accident, past broad street. now this accident is involving entrapment. one person transferred to the hospital. absolutely causing you slow down despite the fact we have driveable lanes open the cars kind of wizzing by here. when we look at this vehicle, that is not in good shape. so, we can probably safe to say in a all every these crewmen will be out there for quite some time helping remedy this. and for every minute that passes, that they're out there, we are really starting to see some slow downs, so i switch gears, talk about other stuff going on, we also have disable vehicle out here that is going to cause you some slow downs, pa turnpike eastbound past willow grove on the shoulder. just heads up on that. not to mention we also have down tree, now, this has been out there for quite some time. i will tell you start to slow down. bethlehem pike closed right now, between skippack pike and lafayette avenue. and also, you guys, just heads
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up, do you have take local roads around that. and plus this: septa regional rails delayed 45 minutes now. due to power problems. a lot going on, check your schedules on line, jim, rahel, back to you. >> 6:49. a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> charlie rose joins us live from new york with a preview, good morning, charlie. >> reporter: hey, good morning, rahel, jim. ahead the fall out from the fbi new review of emails that could be tied to hillary clinton. plus donald trump's campaign manager kenny ann conway is shear, also this: zero six minutes sport investigation reveals new questions in the sexual assault scandal at baylor university. and drivers who wait until the last minute to merge could actually be improving the flow of traffic. we found out why some states are now encouraging zipper merging. the news is back in the morning. and we'll see you in about ten minutes. >> i won't expect that, charlie, hey, i'm intrigued. >> i know, care to what you would assume. >> we will be watching. thanks, charlie. well, some areas driver,
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speaking of driving, who don't pay their parking tickets may find different kind of device on their car. >> marlie hall shows us gone are the days of getting the boot in the lehigh valley. >> this is how the city of allentown pennsylvania usually punishes drivers who don't pay their parking tickets. with a boot. making the karim possible to drive until the tickets are paid. >> so this is the traditional boot? >> yes. >> it was heavy, clungy? >> about 40 pounds of steel, yes. >> much harder to put on? >> very hard. >> now john haney with the parking authority is trying something new. it is called the barnacles. much lighter than boot it, blocks the windshield so the driver can't see. >> a few pumps activates the huge suction pipe. >> it stays on? not going anywhere? >> yes. >> kevin dougherty helped develop the device. he says in the past drivers with a boot would have to pay off their bills than wait for the authority to take it off. the barnacles is designed so the driver can immediately
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call the parking authority, pay ticket with a credit card over the phone and then they get a code. >> they receive the code. put it in. releases suction, fold it back up, put it it in their back seat, and have 24 hours to drop off to pro determined location. >> if you try to move the vehicle, alarm will sound. and it has gps technology so authorities can track it down if the driver doesn't return it. >> we want to improve the whole process for everyone involved. >> allentown is testing the barnacles. and will decide next year if they want to keep them. >> the barnacles is far east year. >> he says easier for parking enforcers and less after headache for drivers. >> marlie hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". in just a few hours, neighborhoods around the delaware valley will be filled with trick-or-treaters. >> let's do it. >> this halloween morning getting preview of some of the cool and creative costumes. let's see. >> we want to welcome some of
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the models, let us come forward. wyeth dress from the ash from pokemon. >> is that peak a chew? cute. >> and we've got jack, jack come, i just broke the microphone. this is not going to work any more. jack is a slam tire. i love to ease, you need to go to a dentist quickly because obviously you have dental issues. >> but don't do it yourself. just did a story about that. >> now we have look, professional soccer player, how cute is this? he's joined by a roughree. >> if you've been watching you've seen mango with jim and. >> i poor mango has been dressed in every different costume. we also have danny, danny come forward. if danny is ll cool jay. >> danny, i interviewed ll cool yeah just few weeks ago, he would be very impressed with your get up here. >> very cute. >> yes. >> we have jacqueline, and she is a nerd but at that point you may look a third i really
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cute in the mail. >> i like it. we have izzy, izzy clown costumes, unless you put long a lot of weight last night, how do you make that go up? >> look, look, is it hard to get around in that snipping. >> no. >> did you sit in the car with that thing? probably not? >> okay, next up, we've got jess and zach with abigail. who is an elephant. >> oh, my goodness. >> sorry, don't mean to be blocking you. >> oh, baby elephant. >> mango looking what's this elephant doing here? now we've got the spice girls, our own spice girls, katie's twins. >> oh. >> but how cute is this? because katie sort of put some extra thought. think a little bit. not just like the spice girls the musicians but sage and nutmeg, so they are like literally spice girls. >> that's the idea, when we go
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through the street of the neighborhood tonight we'll have want to be's by the spice girls just playing on black, on repeat. >> my goodness, that's with it puts it altogether, right? all of the laid that's grew up in the 90s are like smiling right now. >> we've got an elephant on the run, and i want izzi's costume. i want this costume. this is great. izzy? >> i love it. >> you guys put so much thought into all of these comes tombs, we appreciate t you guys look great. >> what's your favorite candy? what do you want from us, when you go trick-or-treating? >> chocolate. >> almond joy. >> oh, okay, and look. look. >> trick-or-treat, everyone has to stay. >> this want can i and who doesn't? raise your hand if you do not want any cannedy? >> i knew it. everybody want can't i. >> the dog he doesn't goat anybody but you fight want one. >> we'll be right back. with three to go.
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>> before you lit the road it is three to go. >> going back to the bargaining table this morning, and in a attempt top avoid
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midnight strike. >> mill hill campaigns in ohio, donald trump will hold in wisconsin, michigan. >> the campaign isn't yet saying where melania will go. >> eagles suffer heart breaking lost in over tight, do you boys wins it 29 to 23. that's three to go. >> also check on weather and traffic? >> looking like a nice halloween, cooler than usual. rehoboth, boards walk plaza, today, yes, ghoulishly cool, but still nice day. fifty-eight and sunny, meisha. >> all right, katie. lansdale downs town now suspend because of hauer problems. north past broad street, back up extending to the girard point bridge. >> cbs this morning is next. >> before we go one last look at some of the halloween costume models. have i have a happy halloween. >> kid and a dog? there is chaos in our studios. of the posteraro.
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