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passengers, and, during this rush hour, septa telling us now that significant number of the regional rail trains, and had to be cancelled in light of the picket blocking access to earn is fat it is. so now they are telling passengers just to try a find a way on their own. they can't be there for you. all this as negotiations continue at this hotel behind me in center city. after tirelessly working to a and. and, transit workers, 234, walk off the job, but this, went off-duty, drivers went on duty, on the picket lines, trolleys and trains came to a screeching halt, when talks broke down between union and septa officials. >> we have economic issues as far as pensions, and we have health care, and you also have things like i said, driver fatigue we need to do something to national have our operators running down the street half asleep.
most people work nine to 5:00 and rest. our people don't to. that we have to to fight for those rights. >> twu local 234 president willie brown return to the bargaining table tuesday a afternoon at sheraton in center city. he did not comment leaving thousands of septa passengers wondering how long, this strike will dragon. the at issue pension plans and health benefits, with pensions being the strongest sticking point. "eyewitness news" has learned that hourly em lease want the opportunity to contribute, fully to a personal pension land, like supervisors are reportedly allowed. septa released a statement saying negotiators stand ready and willing to continue bargaining while they hepp crippling work stoppage is short lived they have a contingency plan for next week election, saying in part if we foresee an agreement will not come to pass septa intend to seek to even join the strike for november 8th to to ensure that the strike does not prevent any voters from getting to the poles and exercising their right to vote.
well, right now, everyone is taking this day by day, hour by hour, and day one, and counting, meantime the philadelphia will school district tells us that they are continuing to monitor the situation, everyone is pretty much chipping in at this point, students, staff, making hure that everyone can get to school and schools can remain opened, while this strike plays out. that is very latest for now, we're live, natasha brown, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> natasha, thank you. our live team coverage to continues with cleve bryan, cleve, the commute was a nightmare this morning and new there is evening commute to tiehl with. >> reporter: well, 15th and vine right here is always a busy intersection and some people say it is insane is the word of the person walking down the street right now. there are two officers behind me directing traffic because they to not want people to block the blocks here and create, grid lock. we saw earlier this morning, earlier today, morning commute, was normally, wrapped up by nine or 10:00 o'clock.
that went on until quarter of 12:00, many people, late for work, and fortunately they said they were called in, bosses were understanding but they just don't want this to go on day after day and really that is comma commuters are worried about. >> it is crazy, man, you know, i have to take my mom to work, my sister to work, it is just really inconvenient. you know, i got school. >> reporter: traffic is really bad out here and it has taken me hours to get down to center city. >> reporter: again, you see officers there waving people through and they are telling some people to stop. you really have to pay attention to the traffic patterns here because is there such a high volume of people, many people not really sure what to do to get to work or to school when they have to ride septa so they have in terms of their cars, or talk to some friend on to many people checking out apps to use like a ride like uber, lyft, sip car all of them
having special or discounts with the septa strike. so, this is the beginning of the commute, we will continue here, through 6:00 o'clock. live from center city, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cleve, thank you. as you just saw there the evening rush is underway, some traffic problems, definitely ram pink up. >> meisha beyond sonnies in the traffic center with what you need to know heading out the door or waiting for someone to get home. >> you guys, good evening. we know this will affect thousands, of people, so let's just break this down. so first what is not in service. you have have probably heard city buses, subways, trolleys. what is then in service. regional rail is the only septa service that is running in the city, plus you have norristown high speed line, suburban buses, trolley routes 101, 102, lucy, cct connect. going back to regional rails because thinks only septa service running in the city, this is where we are seeing all that overcrowding. this is just coming to us as well. picketing are blocking the rail line, causes delays and
cancellation. because of this lets take a look express trains are making extra steps, fares are being collected before the platform and you guys, also septa will be listing all of the cancellations on their web site and they are urging everyone to find alternate means of transportation, if you can. taxi, uber, lyft, and cleve just pointed this out allow extra time and adjust your schedule. if is there anyway for work, for school, for appointments, you absolutely want to check those schedules and try to reschedule. also, free shuttle for city employees along broad and market frankford lines, bus zones available, take a look for drop off and pick up locations, so that will ease that tension for you. also, moving on, for your city em lease we keep that in mind for those wondering about that and parking, flat rate ten dollars for up to ten hours in some garages, no parking, however on broad between spring garden and south street and plus this is where we will get a little grace here. extra hour at meters and kiosks, so if you run over your time at these meters, 20,
30, 40 minutes you will be graced with an extra hour and we have more coming up in a little bit. stay right where you are. >> thank you for had. stay with you "eyewitness news" for latest on the septa strike. we will bring you new developments as they happen and when we are not on television, we are on line anytime at cbs philly.com. on our web site you can find great information about how to get around, while on septa on strike. a bad week on the field for eagles has gotten worse off the field. >> "eyewitness news" has learned eagles wide receiver josh hoff has been arrested. cbs-3 sports director don bell, he is following this late breaking developments and joins us now. this is troubling for fans and everybody else. >> and a the organization. not the a good day for organization as sure. special teams star josh hoff has been released after being arrested at 11:00 a.m. today. the here's what we know so far. the sources tell cbs-3 that hoff was pulled over for speed ago cross walt whitman bridge while driving from philadelphia to new jersey. he was stopped on the new jersey side of the bridge where both a gun and a small
amount of marijuana were discovered in the car. gun is registered in texas, but he does not have a permit to carry in new jersey. the 25 year-old was arraigned, via video conference this afternoon and charged with carrying ab unlicensed firearm in the the state of new jersey, and powe section of a small amount of marijuana. former eagle, ike reese, weighing in, on this latest development. >> you certainly hope you learn from it, you know, and it is certainly not something that is going to go unnoticed from ownership or the head coach, you know, this this is short of shining a negative light on the franchise and players have to realize not only are you representing yourself but you are representing a organization that is of high quality, of high standard. so, you know, you hope he learns from this. >> and speaking of the organization, the eagles release aid statement saying that they are aware of the incident, and that they are gathering more information. hoff was named nfc special teams player of the the week
for his performance against minnesota vikings, so a valuable member of the team, guys. key member for that special teams unit, and obviously a rough day for him and for the organization. >> to the that right, don, catch you late her in sports. meantime, time is running out for hillary clinton and donald trum top get out the vote. we are just seven days away, from election day. >> and with just one week before the election democratic nominee hillary clinton is pushing back against the fbi, following the announcement it is reopening the investigation into her handling of the the classified material, as secretary of state. the bureau is pouring over thousands of e-mails, discovered on the lap top of clinton aid huma aberdeen, she shared witt her estranged husband anthony weiner. a lawyer for aberdeen says that she only learned of the fbi investigation through the press on friday. clinton is campaigning in the critical battle drawn state of florida today, she rallied supporters with alycia machado the beauty pageant winner rival donald trump
criticized because she gain weight. the clinton slammed trump's treatment of women. >> he thinks bee littling women makes him a bigger man and i don't think there is a woman anywhere who doesn't know what that feels like. he doesn't see us as full human beings with our own dreams, our own purposes, our own capabilities and he has shown that clearly throughout this campaign. >> today clinton campaign also launched a new political ad that criticized trump's treatment of women. donald trump appears to be riding a wave of momentum following fbi announcement and he is back in pennsylvania, critical battle ground state. republican nominee rallied supporters in king of prussia, montgomery county today. "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden was there. >> when we win on november 8th... >> applause. >> reporter: donald trump, talked about affordable care act before a crowd of a few hundred people at a double tree hotel in king of prussia on day one of annual
enrollment in the program the republican nominee pronounced obama care dead if he were to become president. >> i will ask congress to convene a special session so we cannery peel and replace. >> reporter: before trump spoke. >> we will repeal and replace obama care. >> republican vice-president nominee mike pence, a republican members of congress, against sound a partisan alarm on sky rocketing premiums sweeping the country. >> the president says if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. which may go down as one of the great political lies of the century. >> reporter: obama administration has countered the criticism say tax credits will increase to off set premium hikes. democratic nominee hillary clinton has said she will fix problems with the affordable care act by increasing both competition and subsidies to cover premiums. doctor steve lou, trump
supporter from lower merion says his patients are feeling the pinch. >> patients are sacrificing their health care for other costs, their deductibles are through the roof, i see it myself. >> reporter: just down the street trump made a stop the wawa at dewill california be pike. the trump campaign will have a heavy presence here in pennsylvania tomorrow. it will be trump's daughter tiffany and on thursday trump's wife melania and also rudy guiliani. in king of prussia, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". as we continue tonight, comedian bill cosby is back in court for a pretrial hearing. coming up next what evidence his lawyers want the judge to suppress and why they say the case should be thrown out entirely. also ahead... >> parishioner upset about the possible fate of their long time local church, what a developer wants to do and what city planners to have say about it at 5:30. it the is a seasonal start
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bill cosby was back in court for a pretrial hearing. lawyers are battling over evidence issues in his criminal sexual assault case. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos was in court and is live in norristown with what happened today, greg. >> reporter: the first of the four days of pretrial motion hearings, just wrapped up here at montgomery county courthouse and, what the judge decides over the next few days here for these pretrial hearings could rely set the tone for bill cosby's trial. dressed in black and attended by his staff comedian bill cosby arrived in the montgomery county courthouse tuesday morning for latest hearing in his sexual assault case. the 79 year-old is heading to trial for allegedly secretaries you'llly assaulting former temple basketball coach andrea constand in his cheltenham home in 2004. judge steven o'neill heard arguments for two pretrial motions, first filed by cosby's defense team asks the judge to suppress a deposition cosby made in 2005 during a civil lawsuit filed against
him by constand. in that deposition cosby spoke on the record about details surrounding his encounter with her and cosby's attorneys argued it should not be admissible due to a prior agreement with former district attorney bruce castor. the current prosecution say that agreement was never valid. the second motion which has not yet been discussed has been filed by the prosecution, asking the judge to allow prior bad acts to be introduced. those would likely be in the form of the other witnesses, women who claim they have also been assaulted by cosby in the past. >> i represent some of the prosecution, potential prior, bad act witnesses in their motions. in their motion toss allow those people to testify. >> reporter: gloria alred interest cadeed that testimony will likely not happen during tuesday's hearing. >> none of my clients and i'm not saying how many of the 13 i represent, are here today.
finally and most importantly the defense will ask the judge to dismiss the case entirely claiming cosby's due process was violated. the charges against the comedian were filed some 12 years after the alleged assault. day two for hearings begin tomorrow at 9:00 a a.m. bill cosby's trial date still set for june 52,017th. we're live in norristown, i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". kate joins us with our forecast, let's see, casey and sunshine band, ivan brothers, earth, wind and fire. >> from the 60's and 70's. >> yes. >> it has all to do with the temperatures. >> we're not going back to the decade but we are going back to the temperatures of september, as well.oing back it will feel more like late summer or early autumn then it will feel like november, out there. today feels like november. it is gray, glummy and it is still light outside for now this time next week it will
not be but big changes are on the way. we will take a quick look outside where you can see clouds have, over taken things this afternoon. we have more sunshine this morning, and sun and cloud kind of day, in and out of the cloud cover here and there but more clouds this afternoon, kind of limited the rise in temperatures late afternoon into the evening hours and you can see how overcast it is down the shore. here's time lapse from cape may courthouse beautiful sunrise. look at that, that blue sky early in the day and see a few batches of cloud coming through, they then clear and then back to the clouds and it is that kind of the day with the cloud and sun in the battle. 55 degrees in cape may courthouse. storm san three shows no rain around just cloud cover right now. it is all thanks to the warm front still draped across the northeast you can see that line of clouds and clouds streaming from northwest to south east along that boundary. we do expect though things to change, as the cold front associated with that same system approaches, by thursday. quick recap of october, now that we're starting november,
october was 2.9 degrees above average, not quite as far as previous three months has been, 17th warmest act on record. pretty normal here. precipitation was an inch and a tenth below where it should have been. temperatures right now in the upper 50's for most of us, chilly afternoon at 46 but you can see this bubble of cool era cross the northeast and once the heat from the south begins to permeate that bubble, we will start to to see a rise in the mercury and feel more summer like outside, then it has been. so right now, highs today 60 in philadelphia. sixty-one in washington. fifty-nine in maryland. there is that warm front. look at difference tomorrow highs climb to the 70's across the northeast we're talking 73 in the city. seventy-one in salisbury. seventy-eight tomorrow, before casting highs in richmond. but as we await arrival of the front we have to watch for showers and storms. we will get warm up tomorrow. tomorrow is sunny, beautiful warm day, for a few hours of thursday looking good as well but then thursday afternoon,
about this same time, 5:00 o'clock we will see line of showers and storms rolling through similar to what we saw on sunday and that will drastically knock those temperatures down. overnight 49, partly cloudy, not as cold as recent nights. tomorrow warmer with a mix of sun and clouds. seventy-three. a beautiful day. here comes that drop i told you about. thursday, 76, and then don't get used to it. showers in the afternoon and then friday, 20 full degrees colder then thursday. it will feel like a complete liz different month out there we will tell you if the chill will last into the weekend. >> all right. thanks, very much. still ahead on "eyewitness news" do you want to take a trip down memory lane. >> first ever talking doll tells a great toy you will remember from your childhood. they are now on a local museum and is there one feature that ties them all together, don. the nfl trade deadline came and went but did the eagles finally make a move for a wide receiver, that story eagles finally make a move for a wide receiver, that story coming your way next in when government bureaucrats
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giving back and you'll see it tonight at 6:00. meet the young nurse who could truly say she knows her patients and how they feel. she was once a cancer patient herself and new she's comforting children in the same local hospital where she was treated. amanda's story new at 6:00. >> so sweet. >> we're joined by don bell, and i guess it is time to run it out. >> it has run out. it has run out. if were you looking forbidder to make a tiehl, yeah, we have got some news for you. nfl trade deadline was 4:00 p.m. and eagles did not make a move. for more than a week rumors were bird were looking for a wide receiver. they need a play maker on the outside and a grow toss get one got louder after have they lost on sunday. head coach doug pederson denied trade rumors saying he is good with the group he has.
yesterday he shot down a report one shore time. >> as far as i know we're not making any moves. the guys we have are the guys we have. we will continue to work and get better at that position. >> it turns out, he was spot on. he believed it, and it didn't happen. the eagles did not make any moves, sixers d minutes ago, they traded away, small forward jeremy grant to the oklahoma city thunder. we will miss jeremy. he is a friend of the show. they picked up, a player and conditional first round pick from the oklahoma city thunder. we will have more news on this as we continue to go through this stuff at 6:00 and 11:00. roberto perez was able to finally meet his son, who was born last thursday in cleveland. perez had to witness birth of his second son on face time because, well, team has had some business to take care o they were traveling to chicago for game three of the world series. birth of your child or the
world series. >> so, cleveland back home tonight taking on chicago cubs, and if they win, the first championship, for baseball for the city in 68 years. >> wow. >> yes. >> thank god for face time. >> exactly. >> he can be there. >> kind of. >> kind of, sort of. >> thanks, don appreciate it. coming up next, local families, sad and waiting to find out the fate of their church. >> the place has had weddings, baptist manies, funerals,. >> tempers flare over next step for this historic, fishtown church i'm trang do and we will tell you when a decision on the building will be made. also ahead a nasty crash involving a school bus, police say leave a deadly trail in baltimore. find out what was missing from the scene that had investigators wondering just what
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and, we are continuing to monitor the latest developments, in the septa strike, the first evening commute, now is underway but the trip is a slow one in center city as people try to make their way home tonight. it was a similar scene during morning rush hour, news continues at 5:30, i'm nicole brewer in for jessica dean. i'm ukee washington. strike brought buses, subways, trolleys to a halt when their contract ended at midnight. the right now septa and leaders with the transport workers union are back at bargaining table. the union sticking points include pensions and health care a. drivers caught in the grid lock say they want an agreement to come soon. >> it has taken me about 45 minutes to an hour, and i'm creeping down. to get involved in this because it has to be a better
way. >> regional rail is not affected by this strike but septa says workers on the picket lines have been blocking access at regional rail facilities. the transit agency says it is seeking a court injunction that will allow regional rail employees to report to their assigned work locations. stay white necessary news as we follow developments in the septa strike and negotiations, when we are not on television you can always get very latest at our web site at cbs philly.com. fight to go save history. a decision over future of the historic fishtown church remains a hands of the city's zoning board of appeals. it appears that saint laurentius is saved for now, eye witt the necessary news reporter trang do attended a hearing where neighbors on both side made sure their voicees were heard. >> reporter: a fishtown church that brought neighbors together for more than 130 years, it is now tearing them apart. >> why are you against us? it is about the money. >> reporter: two dozen neighbor showed up to a
hearing of the zoning board of appeals which could ultimately desite fate of the saint laurentius church. they shuttered the church in 2014. it has been vacant ever since. >> saint laurentius is a land hashing. when you think of the people who put their $20, all of those immigrants they love that church. that is what made fishtown interesting, vital and unique. the it is gone now. >> reporter: developers are appealing to the board to rezone the church from single to multi family living. then they plan to build 23 apartments inside, while preserving the exterior. >> we're really turning the building in to a violate use in the neighborhood. >> reporter: opposition is strong, some neighbors would like the church to remain a sacred space, others want it coverted to green space. still others say that they would settle for fewer units. >> there has to be another plan that can save this church, that is not going to cram czar dean like apartments in this. these apartments are literally the size of high living room.
>> reporter: they decided to hold off on making a decision at the hearing. thompson spoke out on behalf of neighbors supporting the land. >> what i'm hoping is zoning board looks as this as only viable way to save the building, you know, because archdiocese and miss management and hopefully they will allow to it happen. >> reporter: zoning board of appeals is expected to make a decision on the application in two weeks. in fishtown, i'm trang do for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". jurors have finished second day of deliberations in the bridge gate trial. they have asked the judge three questions while deciding the fate have of former christie aid bridget kelly and port authority executive bill baroni. one question drew some back and forth between the judge and kelly's attorney. jurors asked whether the defendants could be convicted of conspiracy, even if they are alleged acts were not meant to punish new jersey mayor. the judge told jurors they did not have to find that kelly and baroni knowingly intended to punish the mayor in order to find them guilty of
conspiracy. both have testified that they believed that the lane closures were part of a traffic study. six people are dead after a school bus and commuter bus collide in maryland. no children were aboard the school bus which collided with a maryland transit administration bus in southwest baltimore. the driver of the school bus, died, along with five people aboard the commuter bus. investigators say that the school bus struck the rear of the ford mustang before hitting a concrete pillar and then veering in the path of the commuter bus. an investigators on the scene said there were no skid marks to indicate that the bus tried to stop. >> obviously folks on the bus this time of the morning they are working folks and they are on their way to make a living and on their way to the job and on their way, on their way to support their families. >> so far there is no word on the identities of the victims. >> in alabama pipeline fire is burning for a second day, after a deadly explosion. one person was killed when a work crew hit colonial gas line. the gasoline people line with a piece of equipment
yesterday. massive flames sent clouds of thick black smoke rose over central alabama. the explosion is not far from a leak in september on that same line, which caused gas shortage is a cross the south. >> it is very quickly, become a major outage that could be lasting several weeks instead of several days and it could be, much worse then what we saw in september. >> reporter: colonial pipeline provides gasoline for more than 50 million people in areas stretching from the gulf coast to new england. it is supplying the east coast with 40 percent of the fuel. iraqi commanders say troops are moving in the city of mosul after more than two weeks of fighting, them to get there, isis that is. they are advancing from several side and preparing for some of the heaviest fighting yet. the islamic state fighters have controlled the city for two years. u.s. soldiers are providing training and support in the offence turf least take the city. fire fighters to the rescue, new video shows crews pulling a dog from beneath ruble of the sunday's powerful
earthquake in central italy. quake measured have .6 in magnitude and fire fighters established religious statues and paintings from the church no one was seriously injured. for the first time ever, glamour's women of the yearlies includes a man the of the year. we want to tell how broke gender barrier. and doctors discovered a connection between a skin condition and a degenerative brain disorder, how it could help researchers find treatments for both. halloween was just yesterday but black friday sales start now, where you can find deals every five minutes. that story in less than five minutes. kate? well, we have been talking about september-like warmth in the forecast, so for the first week end of november, it will feel, like november, it is supposed to feel, plenty of sunshine with temperatures in the 50's, right through weekend, we do get an extra hour of sleep this weekend make sure to turn those clocks back before you go to bed saturday night with the end of the daylight savings time and that means sunset on sunday is
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talking about universal prek. pelosi joined pennsylvania governor tom wolf and mayor jim kenney for a round table discussion on expanding access to prekindergarten. "eyewitness news" at united bay in center city. they discussed ways to make high quality prek accessible to more children across the nation. amazon is getting a head start on the holiday shopping season. they launched black friday deal store today, that will include new sale items as often as every five minutes. promotion runs through december 22nd. last month amazon said it would hire 120,000 temporary workers to help out this holiday season. >> that is good because i think it is something i need on amazon every five minutes.
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for both. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here with more on the the new research,. >> that is right, guys. study found that people hoff half the skin disorder called rosacea, rosacea is the name of this, has nearly twice the risk of developing parkinson's disease. researchers are focusing on a common link for these two veritive rent ailments. rosacea is a common skin conditions that causes redness, bumps and now unsecond link between it and a degenerative brain diseases. >> people with rosacea parkinson 1.7 times as often as people who do not have rosacea a when they got parkinson's they got it two years earlier. >> reporter: numbers come from denmark of an entire adult population from 1997 through 2011. >> difficult not expect this result.
>> reporter: parkinson's is a movement disorder caused by lack of certain brain chemicals. people have stiffness and slowness and tremors. inflammation linked to parkinson's is also found with rosacea. >> always better so that rose says ace too much inflammation. issue with parkinson is just more understood recently. >> reporter: inflammation is caused by increased amount of protein in the body. researchers are hoping they are able to all the their protein to find better treatments. >> another move for treatment is inflammation is something under lining proteins and give us something else to look at. >> reporter: people with the form of rosacea that effects eyes were diagnosed with parkinson's twice as often. as the researchers also found that those taking tetro psyched clean a antibiotic sometimes used to treat rosacea has slightly lower risk for parkinson's disease. the interesting connections here. they are still doing a lot have of research. >> yes, they are. >> it is an interesting link. >> yes, thanks, stephanie. mens health took center stage in center city. i was honored in what became a
lively discussion at annual jefferson mens health lunch took place at steak house. joining me for segment of the discussion to talk about importance of making healthy choices on and off the job were temple basketball coach fran dunphy, eagles defensive end connor barwin and josh hand. proceeds from today's event benefit prostate cancer research at jefferson sidney kimmel cancer center. they had doctors, researchers, supporters, knowledge is power. that was a power lunch today. doing great things. >> great group of guys right there. >> i love that fran dunphy by the way. >> he is the man. >> yes. >> kate joins us now with our forecast and it the is not, the the weekend just yet but we're always talking about the weekend. >> if we could, you know, jump weather from tomorrow and thursday into the weekend that would be ideal. then it would be like last week even. the nice warm weather on the way for next few days. weekend though looks a little bit cooler. >> it is time. >> seasonal it is november.
i feel like now that halloween is over i can start putting up my christmas decorations. the it feels more like that this weekend as temperatures head back down to the 50's. but first we have got some very, very warm weather as we head through the next couple of days. lets go ahead and take a look outside, we will take a peak at how things are looking this evening. we will start off on, our weather watchers, which are, you know, they are really climbing in all across the area and they always send us their observations. we have got temperatures only in the 50's and near 60 degrees, across the weather watchers board as i make my way across the studio to it. lets check with our weather watchers. 60 degrees with william in levittown. sixty and just some cloud out there, dew points, 46 degrees. it is only 53 as we check with our weather watchers david dutch in clementon, new jersey. he had overcast skies, the cloud really rolled in, mid to late afternoon, so temperatures were in a decent trajectory and then cloud rolled in and really limited things complete thely. 58 degrees in philadelphia. chestnut hill. we will check with phil.
he said sunday morning turns into an overcast, afternoon, and then feels a whole lot cooler, and more glummy outside this evening then it did earlier today. sandor is in newark, delaware at 56. he says cloudy, today. the seasonal but warm up is on the way. you can see cloud. loved this shot from lynn canel in cherry hill and she says clouds, it looks like they took over. this is when clouds were just starting to move in. then cloud did win the battle eventually this afternoon. here's a live look on our neighborhood network which is showing some cloudy skies as we look live, toward the city sky line. this is, of course, from across the river at our palmyra cove nature park camera and you can see how overcast it is. not much sunset to see it in. sunnies going down but clouds obscuring things for us. 57 degrees out in the city right now, actually in palmyra but most of us in the upper 50's after a high near 60 today. storm scan three is clear, just some clouds overhead, those clouds will dissipate and break up overnight. is there a storm to the north producing some, still some rain over eastern canada, that
is staying out of here but what we have to watch out for is a cold front that will be approaching here by thursday, out ahead of the front, this is what we see high pressure in control, front approaches, so what we will get is wind around the western side of the high and they tend to accelerate as the front approaches. the southeasterly flow here as we go into tomorrow. that will help us get quickly into the 70's tomorrow have afternoon. and the front comes in on thursday, now, out ahead for first half of thursday it will be partly sunny, very warm, and that kind of blow torch flow with that southeasterly wind but much like we saw sunday by afternoon or evening that front comes through and the heat could lead to a few thunderstorms popping along the front and big cool down on friday behind that front is about 20 degrees cooler with highs only in the 50's. and so up and down temperatures on the jet stream well off to the north that warm air, biloing in by thursday and then here comes the front, we will cut it back on friday, and starts to moderate a little bit and then reenforcing shot of chillier air comes in for sunday. weekend looks dry but definitely looks a whole lot cooler then what we will be
feeling for the next few days after a high of 79, on sunday, 57 yesterday to day we will try to climb back to 60. we did hit 60 in philadelphia. if you are a fan of the 70's you will like tomorrow and thursday. overnight it is partly cloudy, chilly but not as cold as recent nights and then tomorrow, 37 with that mix of sun and cloud. remember, we will fall back this weekend. set those clocks back before you you go to bed on saturday night. parent like me i sometimes do it saturday afternoon so day goes faster and kid go to bed earlier. is there a tip from me. wednesday and thursday we are back in the 50's. skip 60's all together. cold and drew through the weekend in to next week. now back to you in the desk. >> glamour magazine's annual women of the yearlies is making history. >> yes, bono is first man to make the magazine's list. rocker is being honored for the his humanitarian effort. they will be recognized in los angeles next month and glamour says they are thinking, it is outdated and there are many men doing wonderful things for women. >> that is great. new episode of cbs number
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y25pky yi0y a new exhibit takes us back in time. >> more than 100 classic toys are on display at new jersey state museum in trenton. >> "eyewitness news" reporter vittoria woodill takes you there now. >> everyone has a memory of a favorite
toy. tell us a story about yours. >> reporter: toys have taken over in a new historic toy exhibit at the new jersey state museum. it is called toy world. where there are other 100 classic toys on display from 1880 to 1960. >> many people know stories and history of new jersey but they might not know new jersey was a national center of toy making.
in 1950 only four states made more toys then the garden state. >> reporter: that is right, and all of these toys are new jersey made. >> one of the sections of the exhibit talks about a new jersey toy innovation, things like flexible flyers sled that many remember from our childhood, the sled that actually steers. >> reporter: with over 200 of them coming from 50 new jersey companies, there are some very famous in the the mix. >> thomas edison was a toy maker, who knew but thomas edison in the late 19th century had idea of making a doll talk, so he shrunk down his phone owe graph, created a miniature one, put it inside a doll. >> reporter: oh, take a seat back in time. >> so you can sit down on a recreated 1959 living room and watch 35 minutes of the commercials. >> when we were growing up it was all about colorform. >> reporter: what is color form? >> little plastic things, that you use. >> see the commercial. >> reporter: one thing that never changes, toys sure do tell a story about the time.
>> all we're missing is patty play pal and a tv dinner. >> there you go, that is right. there you go. >> reporter: don't worry, i will change channel. vittoria woodill for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> we were remotes back in the day. >> yes. >> robots were lost in space. >> that was neat. >> warning. >> warning, warning. >> love it. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00. >> another philadelphia eagle is in trouble with the law, i'm trang do i'll tell you who it is and what authorities say they found in his car. and striking septa workers will use commuter chaos, this morning was pretty much a mess outside. so what sit like right now? we have live team three coverage. and a needle found in the piece of halloween candy where parents are urged to check their child's canned very carefully tonight, kate. and today turned out cloudy, cool this afternoon, big changes are on the the way, a warm up, we are heading
back to the 70's, "eyewitness news" at 6:00 starts right now. and here's what is happening, a philadelphia eagle arrested, wide receive are josh hoff taken in custody after police make a traffic stop in new jersey. hoff was driving across the walt whitman bridge. good evening i'm ukee washington. i'm nicole brewer. guess case off tonight. don bell joins us with more. >> we have been working on this story all day. josh hoff was just starting to make a name for himself when they scored an upset win over vikings he was named nfc special teams player of the week. now, he has greater concerns. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" reporter trang do joins us live from lincoln financial field. trang, what more can you tell us. >> reporter: well, don, hoff was released from jail this afternoon after posting 10 percent have of his $25,000
bail. tonight his attorney as well as his close friend and teammate vernon matthews are speaking out about his arrest. sources to tell "eyewitness news" police pulled over philadelphia eagles wide receiver josh hoff for allegedly speeding on the walt whitman bridge around 11:00 a.m. they say officer then arrested hoff after discovering a 9-millimeter hand gun and less than 50 grams of marijuana in his car. hoff's attorney fortune perry said his client is very upset. >> obviously he is very disappointed at what is going on here but again, it is early on in the situation. we have nod hat chance to look at allegations. >> reporter: "eyewitness news" caught up with hough's tomorrow mate jordan matthews and he said he is praying for them. >> we have all made mistakes. josh is not a bad person. he is definitely not a criminal. he have is a great guy. one of my close friend. i'm hoping that this whole process whatever he has to go through goes over smoothly.