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>> cloudy and cool and best chance for rain. >> water main break sends rushing watt near people's yards, now a big repair job is underway. we're liver on the scene with an update on the damage. >> day two of bill cosby sex assault trial in montgomery county. we take a look at what he can expected to. >> well, today is tuesday, june 6, good morning everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things on this tuesday. good morning. >> yes, good morning, so it is wet, it is getting slow out there, a little bit of water, funny at 6:00 in the morning can cause real problems. we're seeing three, four accidents at this point. >> oh, my goodness, and we have some very soaking rain in places develop localized, what you'll see over the last hour and a half or so slow progression, too, sipping right through, soaking rain, currently falling, at this hour, and across portions of i-95, now, this is the schuylkill, up toward the new jersey turnpike, snow is
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really going to cause some problems for you, traveling on the major arteries over the next say 45 minute to hour. let me zero in on the line though, really the heaviest of the rainfall intensity coming down, no picnic, further north up that i95 corridor that you travel here. again, this is all moving through, and even if you aren't seeing the soaking rain you have lot of clouds, low to the grounds, in a lot of spots, also fine mist out ahead of it. currently temperatures flirting with zero six or just above it from philly down to atlantic city, at 52 mount pocono, modest winds flow, but throughout the course of the day it doesn't really get much better than this, granted heaviest rain will exit, i would still walk out the door, if you're about to ready to do so with a umbrella however, because even though again that first initial line of rain will eventually clear out of here, you're still stuck with residual showers, any time, the rest of the day. now, coming up: there is a trade-off. there is a light at the end of this proverbial tunnel not only are we gradually going to warm up but also start to dry out, and also, going to actually ends up well above
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average in the seven day. so, you have to wait for it, meisha, for now, it is not great. but there is something to look forward to down the road. >> i was just going to say so good to hear you say light at the end of the tunnel there. is little thing of hope. that's it. that's what we will gravitate on. i have to tell you frustrating morning commute with all of this rain coming down, the visibility issues that we have, the wed roadways, ponding, pooling, all of it, so the schuylkill eastbound past montgomery drive what we are working with kind of giving you kind of sneak peak, what you are going to be working with, you can actually see the water splashing up on the windshields behind you. also pulled all the way off to the far right, activity going on there which will not help issues, a, can kind of sneak up on the visibility issues and b gaper delay in the area. so again that's the schuylkill eastbound past montgomery drive. i would give yourself couple every extra minute.
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>> accident willow grove, and it is compromised there, norristown, east johnson, second one, arch, east main, intersection partially block, new jersey turnpike accident still there. more about this coming up in the next ten minute, jim, over to you. >> new this morning, police say, they know who they are looking for in a deadly shooting in fairhill. investigators say 29 year old man was shot during a argument with a 26 year old man, who lives in the same house, on the 3,000 block of percy street. the victim was pronounced dead at temple university hospital. a little after 11:00 last night. investigators say, the alleged shooter got away on foot. he is known to the people inside of the property, the witness that is were in the house, he's also known to the victim. so, weaver his name, and all of his information. >> family members from inside the residents are now being interviewed by detective. and crews work overnight and into the morning to repair
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broken water main in montgomery count. >> i gushed water turning some properties into waterfalls, "eyewitness news" reporter trang do, live in abington to bring us up to date on the repair job, good morning, trang. >> well, good morning, jim, rahel. crews were able to stop the water yesterday, but now they're getting water from the sky, some very heavy rain coming down, right now, and take a look here, really slowing things down. but you can see, that crews are actually still out here. they've been out here overnight, for more than 14 hours, trying to get this broken water main repaired. you can see, this is edge hill road, 900 block of edge hill road, that remains block off due to all of that equipment. you see there. this rain definitely not helping, but they're hoping to have this repaired sometime this morning. so, you want to definitely avoid the area if you are getting ready to leave and head out to work. but take a look, at this incredible chopper three video of the rushing water, yesterday. which created these waterfall effect throughout the neighborhood. now at least six homes had their basements, or first floors flooded with water. this water was so powerful,
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that number of families had to evacuate from their homes until it was placed under control. in all, eight a homes are without water this morning, after this 16-inch water main broke 3:30 monday afternoon. >> this main more than 100 years old, and was slated to be replaced within the next year or two. but now some resident are dealing with no water, and also, some pretty significant clean up. >> once you see the water start coming at you, you're like oh, what do we do? you got to start thinking fast. but what a scary experience. >> we probably have foot of water or so that leak in, so we will get it checked out. >> i'm pretty happen that i nothing in my house really got too badly destroyed. but, you know, i know a lot of the houses got pretty work up. so it is pretty, pretty surprising. pretty crazy. >> now, in addition to the crews out here there is water company also has what they're calling water wagon out here for anyone without water to come out here and fill up.
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also, they're saying, once water is restored here, they want those eight accustom ers to continue to boil their water, until further notice. but for now live in abington, trang do, cbs-3 "eyewitness news," rahel, jim, back to you. >> what a mess, thank you, trang. >> you can hear the rain really coming dot out there. bucks county jury continues deliberations to the in the trial of lee kaplan, 52 year old feasterville man accused of sexually abusing six sisters inches side the home of the the parent gifted the girls to him to help them financially. faces child endangerment charges. >> well, day two at the criminal trial of bill cosby will focus on accusations by andrea constand, the former temple employee who says cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her, more than a decade ago. on day one of the trial, cosby was accompanied by the former rudy from cosby show, keisha knight, the opening prosecution witness was a surprise, kelly johnson told jurors, she was drugged and
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assaulted by cosby in the 90s. her attorney is gloria allred. big picture to the other accusers is for the most part, they will not have their day in court because we do not know of any other criminal case, which is pending. >> now, cosby ' defense team attacked johnson's claims and her recommendation of the alleged assault. cosby accuse nerve this trial, andrea constand, is expected once again to take the stand today. philadelphia police investigating a disturbing video on facebook that shows a man being punched in the face. we are blurring the video to protect the identities of the victim and the suspect, who appear to be juveniles. according to the videos comment section, assault happened yesterday, on the 100 block of west chelten avenue, germantown. the person who posted the video says the victim is mentally challenged. officer are asking anyone with more information to please call police at 215686-tips. >> and the man police say mocked and sucker punched a
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person with cerebral palsy last month is now back in police custody. barry baker managed to avoid police for ten days after the incident at west chester 7-eleven store. yesterday chester county officials found him hiding in a room at the clarion inn in exton, shocked to hear what bake her to say. >> the defendant said i don't know why this is such a big deal. it is a blessing that the united states marshall service and our sheriff's department caught this defendant. because he was at risk while he was out there. >> baker is being held on $100,000 cash bail and faces years in prison if convicted. police have charged him with simple assault. >> voters in new jersey head to the state for race. >> biggest race for the primary for governor, six democrat, five republicans, running to replace governor chris christie when his term ends next year. >> camden, voters will essentially pick new mayor, three men running on the democratic side. no republicans on the ballot. >> in atlantic city mayor don
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guardian will find out which democrat he'll running against in november. guardian is running un oppose in the re-election, in the republican primary. >> and the polls just opened at 6:00 a.m. don't close until 8:00 p.m. you can see the results come in on of course, the cbs local app. >> get out and involvement you can't complain if you don't vote. >> well, coming up: the government report that shows russian hack remembers trying to breach a us voting software firm, days before the election. >> tournament officials say she looks like a boy, now the controversy has captured the attention of one of the worlds' best soccer players. >> getting into harvard is no easy task, now at least ten student just had their admission offices rescinded. admission offices rescinded. th at ikea, we believe that everything you need admission offices rescinded. th should be within reach. in an affordable dream kitchen that works as hard as you do.
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>> people in central texas are expecting frightening storms. >> downtown austin last night, the winds so strong tax it blew over a giant billboard. you see it there? officers say they were grateful that it didn't fall into the street in this busy part of the city. it didn't hurt anybody or damage any other property, despite that wind. incredible, katie. >> yes. >> we just watched trang a little while ago. she didn't seem thrilled out there. >> that poor thing. yes, we send her out to cover watewater main break, then get dump on from mother nature. >> this poor girl, i hope she hat some hip boots out there.
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the poor thing. we are thinking of you, my friend, we will have nice dry blanket for when you you get back to the station. storm scan3 not a picnic whatsoever out there. do have storm still stuck in place overhead, obviously had a lot of rain as we were just talking about, but very specifically located, moving its way across southeastern pa. here is a view of the three hour loop, not moving along all that swiftly. it is moving along, but taking it time here. so, part of the new jersey turnpike, i59, really getting hammered right now. with some very soaking rain, even though it is localized and even though it may have cleared out for good portion of chester, montgomery, even bucks counties, still going to have ponding on the roadways, in the wake of. >> this now, looking forward, we still have showers to dodge. really off and on, at any time, by 9:00 a.m., still will be some wet weather. by noon, there will still be some wet weather, scattered fashion, by 5:00, you see where i am going with this, so, expect that today is just another one of those days, grilled cheese tomato soup kind of day.
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take a nap if you can swing it. doesn't that sound delightful? by tomorrow modest improvement. eventually we start to see other than spotty shower the skies try to clear. tomorrow, cool day, though, only hit 65 degrees. normal high is 80, remember, so this is very far cry from what's average. we get back to that by friday, and the weekends all-in-all looks great. monday, that's just down right steamy. meisha? >> i like it, i like that monday, thanks so much, katie. what i am not looking too much is our commute this morning, starting off with some problems, because of how wet it is out there, and because of those visibility issues that katie has been talking about so looking outside, we got disable vehicle here pulled all the way off to the far right shoulder. see how slick it is, schuylkill eastbound past montgomery drive. give yourselves extra time on this, you'll absolutely need it. see brake lights going off actually as they pason through here. and that is what we will see, a lot of gaper delay, a lot of brake lights going off, traveling less than posted speeds as well. birdseye view hereof the vine and nine, a actually not too bad. where it is looking little congested right now is coming offer the ben franklin bridge,
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jumping on, around that area, around the vine a and 95. take a look at this. so, when we get decorated map like this with a bunch of accident we know that the driving conditions are not great. so, east johnson highway route 202 dekalb pike, then also conshohocken road near old elm street. but we also have couple of other accident that we will be talking more about coming up in the next ten minute, jim, over to you. >> words often used when we speak of athlete. focus. endurance. strength. this morning i'll. introduce you to dean athlete, and whose relent lent less positive at this helped him beat cancer? they have a need for speed. nationally ranked cyclists, they started biking in 2009 and haven't looked back. >> preparing for us junior nationals last year, they're training schedule was grueling. >> during the summer it was about six hours. and the school year, two,
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leg. >> it was a 14 hour surgery. and it was pretty rough after ward for a few months. but it eventually got better. >> neighbors placed yellow ribbons on trees to show their support. >> it made me happy and they gave me inspiration for the chemo ahead. >> his chemo treatments now complete, he's slowly on the mends. his family and friends thankful for the medical treatment he received. they gathered to celebrate his continued recovery, and now look forward to the future. >> medically he's fine, next five years then he is out of the woods. we hope by then he gets back on his bike, as well. >> hoped to be back on his bike, much sonifer possible, after all, he had one goal over the past few months? >> win the race and beat the cancer. >> win the race and beat the cancer. spoken like a true athlete. our 11th annual alex scott a
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only 5% admitted. >> eight year old girl's soccer tournament was cut short over the weekend. >> it is because millie hernandez has short hair. she says that is what led tournament officials to believe she was a boy. boys are not allowed to play on the girls team. when millie's coach tried telling officials she was in fact a girl, she and her entire team were disqualified. >> and my brother, he says, it is only balls of the look, like when they look at me, they think i am a boy. but i am really not. >> and we had two -- we had her insurance card, then we had a pain fresh when she was five. and it said that female on both of them. >> they shouldn't be ignore them for try to show them proof she is a girl. >> oh, how upsetting. so far no comment from tournament officials, but it, did get a comment from this person, how about this? story caught the a ten sharp of me a hand, she quoted had i maley we would love to host you at one of our camps at first soccer academy. be you. >> this is just ridiculous.
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they should be ashamed of themselves. >> they really should. that's heart breaking. you know, we've heard so much too about the lunch, school lunch box, the hot lunches, too, this is kind of along the same thing you are making a kid feel so embarrased, and sad, a beautiful little girl by the way, and my big hats off to the soccer legend who tweeted that out. i hope she hoses that, she is so cute. >> sure this is not the last we will hear about this. >> agreed. >> up next how social media is helping 93, 93, she is 93, 93 year old bride who is getting ready for her wedding. >> get it, girl. >> protect our skin from the hot summer sun. but what about our eyes? doctor rob with here tips on how to pick the right sunglasses from sun
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>> now for a look at newspaper headlines from across our reason on. >> ordered a falls women to serve 12 to 40 years in state prison for killing her two year old daughter. pleaded no contest to count of thirds degree murder. prosecutors say moore kicked little one to death in april of 2016 inside a sweet briar road residence. >> the trentonian, only hotel shutdown due to safety violations. the lafayette park hotel and suite was closed monday guests were told they needed to leave with little to no explanation. the state says, hotel management failed to fix a sprinkler and fire alarm systems, that had other safety violations as well. >> delaware county times it was two day muddy mess, but folks certainly had fun at this year's muck fest ms on the ground every glen mills school. the event featured 18 obstacle 5k courts where participant sludge dollars through the mud to raise funds to help stop multiple clear owes us. >> and that's a look at some of the newspaper headlines
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>> detective are interviewing possible witness toss deadly shooting inside home in fairhill. >> bill cosby sexual assault continues, made cameo, walking with cosby into the courthouse yesterday. >> do you recommend a restaurant inside of london. >> oh, yes, jamie oliver's -- >> you asked me the question. >> what's your taste? jamie's italian. >> yes. >> jamie oliver's italian. >> grocery kitchen. >> wolf gang puck. >> and that's a steak house. >> that was celebrity chef gordan ramsey driving jailed cords end and reggie watts to the airport to their flight to london on the late late show last night. >> where the special broadcast of the late late show from london this week, make sure to
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tune in week nights 12:37 right here on cbs-3. i think ed sheeran will be on tonight too, should be really good show. >> you know we will be sleeping through that, unfortunately. >> yes, we love james cord on so much. we always have to dvr him because, you know, sleep. >> wet weather still out there, moving through, somewhat sluggishly. this is three hour loop, nice long looming moving along, but not really sipping along, taking it time to get out of here w that said, we do still have some low-lying cloud cover, starting now the light of day is out there, starting to see a little bit of a retreat of some of the clouds skewing the skyline right now. >> stopped falling overhead you'll have ponding on the
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schuylkill, northeast extention, and keep that in mind. 61 degrees currently at the airport, mid 60s generally everywhere else. say foreplays cents like trenton, mount pocono, little cooler, temperatures really not changing at all. >> throughout the day today cloudy dreary for yet another day. showers will be more scattered in variety, first initial batch should get out of here, but, we're stuck about 10 degrees below average. with this kind of a pattern in place, so the wind light at least won't be winds swept rain but definately still have some cool air in place should be up to zero eight today, won't get past 70. showers in scattered fashion, soaplike, also been in the morning minute, umbrellas probably real good idea on day like there. >> yes i would absolutely recommends that. and pack your patience. as well. because with those wet roadways, it is slow weaver accident, as well, as in plume, accident here, blue route southbound past
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villanova. pulled off to the far right shoulder. you can see how slow loving it is, even if we didn't have an accident, still slow, still have to drive less than posted speeds because it is so slick and wet out there. disable vehicle, we did have one here, looks like possibly that has now moved out of the way. never the lets, we are starting to build levels both eastbound and westbound getting very slow on the schuylkill by the way. accident new jersey turnpike, northbound, past hightstown. traffic diverted to the inner roadway, alternates, route 130, route one, your best belt. traveling ten to 12 miles per hour there. also another one new jersey turnpike northbound, this is before pa turnpike all lanes are open however. pulled off to the sides. couple of more accident we will talk about coming up in the next ten minute, rahel, back over to you. >> meisha, thank you. crews are working to repair broken water main in montgomery county neighborhood live look, edge hid roll abington, see the rain coming down, chopper three overhead yesterday as water
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distinguished from the 16-inch main. water was cut off to eight a homes, waterfall ran through dozens of yards, township officials say doesn't appear to be any structural damage, but did have water going to the first floor or basement. >> i check my garage. pretty wet and everything. so kind of surprising, i didn't figure anything like that would happen. >> the cement pipe dates back to 1911 and appears to have ruptured because of age. acqua america now providing water to the neighbors as the repairs continue. >> bucks county fire officials trying to figure out if teens with fireworks are to blame for a blaze that destroyed a home in falls township. flames engulfed this pennsbury height home just before midnight saturday. around the same time, fire work was litton porch of another nearby home. within cents describe hearing fireworks going off moments before the fire started. one of the homeowners of the now destroyed house told us how she escaped the fire.
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>> my nab or shot into the house. he grabbed, he grabbed me, and i grabbed the dog we got out. >> is it inconvenient? yes. but it can all be replaced. >> this has become a recurring issue, teen boys have been setting off fireworks on other's property before running away. >> charged father of escaped prisoner daniel sellby, jr., 56 year old daniel sellby senior arrested yesterday, helped his son escape from doylestown shin. pick up the younger sellby, on failure to appear on drug charge, he escaped police custody prompting overnight shelter in place order officials say last seen wearing orange shirt and was still handcuffed. it update in the london terror attack, released over dozen people into taking them into custody following the attacks. police publicly identified two of the three attackers,
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officers shot and killed him that night. police say tehran over pedestrians with a van on london bridge, then stabbed others in borough market killing seven people and injuring 48 others. >> london mayor city can is asking the uk's government to cancel president trump's visit. president trump criticized kahn's response to the terror attacks over the weekend, in a interview can said i don't think we should roll out the red carpet to the president ... and the circumstances where his policy goes against everything we stand for. >> president trump will meet with house and senate members today to discuss healthcare and tax reform. new nsa report is suggesting russian hack remembers targeting local government officials, in charge of voting records, in the weeks before the 2,016 election. hena daniels explains. >> top secret report from the national security agency shows russian hackers targeted a us voting software supplier. just days before the election. the hackers stole user
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credentials, and used those credentials to send fake emails layed when malware. 122 local government officials access to voter registration records, do have allowed hack tears delete or change voter information. federal government contractor, lee winner every augusta, charged with leaking the classified documents by mailing them to a reporter. russian meddling in the 2016 election has been at the center of a senate investigation. has strained us relations overseas. >> so the president asked me to begin a re engagement process with russia to see if we can first stabilize that relationship so it does not deteriorate further. >> meanwhile president trump has renewed his public battle with london mayor can, by criticizing his handling of the london terror attack. and using the deadly incident to pro met his travel ban. overnight the president tweeted that's right, we need a travel ban for certain dangerous countries.
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not some politically correct term that won't help us protect our people. >> aren't going to allow anybody donald trump or anybody to divide our community. >> british prime minister theresa may say doing good job, wrong to say anything else. hena daniels for cbs-3, "eyewitness news." wildlife officers finally capture bear after a lengthy stand-off in bucks county. the two year old animal will be relocated about 100 miles away. the tranquilized bear was caught near bustleton avenue in feasterville last night. "eyewitness news" viewer sent us this video of animal control, approaching the bear. crews eventually used helicopter to scare the bear out of the tree, crowd gathered near the somerton springs swim club to watch the the game commission hit the bear with the trang while eyes err dart sunday, that was near street road and bustleton avenue. >> well, coming up: like uber but for kids. we will show you the new app helping parent shuttle their kids around. >> plus, bed bug remember venge. why man was so angry that he
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>> juggling schedules. >> new option forgetting kids where they need to go. boston area start up, ride hailing service designed
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specifically for children, think of it like an uber for your kids. your phone records the whole trip so you can watch as your child ride is happening, paren receive text messages, along the way, as well. >> totally different. i know the drivers. i know they've been screamed. they're insured for driving kids. >> i don't have to worry about tracking him on my e phone. >> available in handful of boston suburbs for kids as young as eight. the service is expanding as families and drivers sign up. >> and now 6:44, so interested to hear what you have to think about that? >> i personally wouldn't do it. >> i'm just a little leary about that. if it was a teenager, you know, 14, 15, that's one thing, i don't foe if i would hand a eight year old over to a stranger in a send car or whatever. i'm sure their drifts are perfectly fine. but i don't know. >> i know, like that little shroud of doubt in the back of my minds, ah, i'll work around my schedule, make sure they arrive safely on my own. we switch gears, talk about
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the weather watchers, very dreary conditions to report. we are southeast of i59 along it, turn our focus, start things off just south of that interstate. down in to middletown delaware, where jason is reporting plenty of clouds, it is 67 degrees, he did say, though, that it is not actually raining there yet but looks lick it will start any minute. he sent that within the last 14 minute. may actually n raining where he is located right now, we go little further off to the north into central new jersey up to peter who actually does have some rain to report. he has solid 100% humidity. >> camera shots out here, tell tell raindrops, there is center city skyline in the distance, can't make it out obviously, but by comparison, outside we go to the board walk plaza at rehoboth beach.
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even glimmer every sunday light very very limited make the most of the dry weather while you have it. it is only small diminishing window of opportunity to get out, enjoy quiet weather until this before of rain works it way through, with time, it drops southeast probably in the next kim of hours, still even out toward the coals. with time there is even more shower that are going to be firing up. as the day goes on. so this isn't where it ends, folks, the rest of the day will feature additional showers. and they'll be scattered granted, but since anyone is fair game at any time, i would go outdoors with the umbrella be on the safe side right? moving forward, big warm up comes our way meisha. back to the mid and even upper 80s, into next week. >> good. we need it thank you. today will test our patience during our morning commute. already is, buna a bunch of accident, first look outside, blue route past villanova. you can see, pulled off to the shoulder we have an accident there, very slow moving around that area. you can also see how slick it is. plus another accident that
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just popped up. ninety-five south at highland avenue pulled again all the way out to the far right. see the flashing light, see little gaper delay. traveling less than posted speeds here. fifty-nine south at cottman showing you how slow it is. just kind of sea of tail light going off there. and also another accident, new jersey turnpike, northbound, that's still out there. past hightstown. traffic is being diverted to inner roadway. your alternates, route 130, route one, your best bet. then we have another accident new jersey turnpike northbound, before the pa turnpike all lanes however are open. that will help you out. chemical road ridge pike. >> some delays to make sure to check the schedules on line, no delays or concellations at the airport, but make sure to check your schedules thereon line, as well. rahel, over to you. >> all right, thank you. well, we think about protecting our skin from the sun. blew about our eyes? reaching for pair of sunglasses not just about
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style. doctor rob danoff here with top things to look for in a pair of shades. doctor rob, always good to see you. good morning. >> good morning. >> so can our eyes suffer from the sun? >> the sun can cause damage to our skin can cause damage to our eyes. have you ever been outside in bright light, squinting, because so bright? well, you can actually get sunburn of the eyes, it is called photo kerr tight. so certain eye accounts that can be caused or contributed to by protect, not protecting from the sun. that's what we want to talk about protection. >> i am knack already degeneration, that's where you start to lose the central vision of your eye, imagine looking at jim's face, you can see everything but his smile. you start to lose central vision. so protect your eyes specially people with light color eyes. cataract, you know, especially as our pap lakes is getting older. this if you are wearing sun, not protecting our eyes consideration increase the risk for cataracts. or surfer eye it is called, growth of skin that starts to
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cover the eyes. so decreases the vision. and something called photo kerr tight, sunburn of the eye, that's like gritty feeling. painful feeling. we need to protect them. >> none of those sounds good. >> no. >> so what do we look for in a pair every shades? >> very important. whatever we get doesn't have to say -- the light from the sun. >> okay. >> and you want to headache sure that you have side protection, so, we're looking at some sunglasses here. >> let's see. >> here is some real cool looking ones, right? this is 100% uv protection, the problem no side protection, so what happens is sun, or light can get in from the side get into your eyes, so while they look stylish, and i know you brought yours here. >> very prep. >> i but mine i think are very nice. >> they are nice. >> here is looking at youment it is great. but i would say this. we got -- you can start the new style by getting some side protection, and i know you weren't crazy about these. >> i'm not.
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>> but smart, you want side protection, protect the side of your eyes. you know what? it is called photo aging. did you ever see people with wrinkles, i wouldn't say anything. >> , no i don't know what you mean. >> let me tell you. it is possible it can happen. but premature aging of the skin, because skin is so sensitive around the eyes if he can post today sunlight it could wrinkle over time. so if you get sunglasses with side protection, it will help protect the eyes. >> what about darker lenses in mine pretty dark, do darker lenses offer better protection. >> here the is thing, i was looking yesterday, dark lenses and don't have 100% uv protection. the darker the lentz the pupils open up even more, actually let more light into your eyes and that's bad. >> so counter protective? >> darker lenses aren't always good. you want 100% uv protection. i think could you start a new style. >> i know i love you but i can't rock these. katie? >> you can rock anything you wear. common. >> jim, you can't rock these.
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but roll quickly before we let you go, prescription sunglasses they also offer built in protection. >> they do. prescription sun glass that is have it but if you have prescription glasses you can get these that flip right on them. i know it looks cumbersome, could you wear this over the glasses, and big clue, people who wear contact, you can have uv protection, that's not enough. you still need to wear sunglasses, please you're young get the side protection, we will fine you cool look being glasses and you'll rock them. >> all right. jim, back to you, i'll talk to doctor rob about my sun glass. >> that will be a big job, doctor rob. well, you can thank mother nature for giving us some more time to check out one of areas most popular spring time attractions, chinese lantern festival will light up franklin square for one week longer than originally planned. now, organizers extended the festival until june 18. all of the wet weather recently. the festival opens every night at 6:00. >> well, time now 51:00. a lot coming up on cbs this
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morning, nora o'donnell joins us live with a preview. good morning, nora. >> hey, good morning to you, jim. ahead the latest on nsa report that russia tried to breach american voting systems in the days before the election. and, what is next for the woman accused of leak ago top secret report? plus, we will talk with comedian tracy morgan's attorney about a new lawsuit that claims his injuries from a deadly crash were exaggerated to get larger insurance pay-out. >> we meet up with james cord, all that, plus the eye opener. your world in 092nd. see you right at 7:00. >> thank you, nor, a we will be watching. in mucin pal building, a man released 100 bed bugs inside after office. >> it happened last fly, at you go gust that city hall. man went that twice that day, first went to complain about old apartment. then he returned and asked for a form to request assistance, but city employee toll him he didn't qualify. the man then proceeded to slam
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a cup full of bed bugs on to the counter. >> extremely shocking, staff member, initially thought it was coffee grounds that he had dumped on the counter, and then some of the coffee grounds started moving. >> excess of 100 live and dead bugs. >> oh, my goodness. the billing closed as exterminators, arrested man shortly after. they will not announced if he's charged fan so what he will be charged with. >> creepy. oscar award winning actor al paccino, new role about the jerry sandusky sex scandal. >> multiple outlets, he will star in the film as late joe paterno. reportedly sign on for the film set to focus on paterno's reactions to the arrest and controversy at penn state. serving 30 to six off year prison sentence after convicted of assaulting ten boys. the movely air on hbo. there is no word yet on when it will be released. >> well, this sunday is
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broadway's biggest night. the 71st annual tony awards, "eyewitness news" this morning is counting things down. >> and here is where you come in. every day through friday, we are giving away a pair of tickets, to popular show in philadelphia, just watch for our word of the day. and end their word at all right, here we go, today giving away two free tickets to fun home, at the forest theater on tuesday, june 13. ticket valued at $200. >> secret word? actually two words. i don't know who comes up with these thing, the secret word is best musical. >> to, enter the words, best musical, for your chance to win. we will give away another pair of ticket tomorrow, right here on cbs-3, just watch for the word, or words, of the day. >> and don't forget you can watch the 71st annual tony
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awards this sunday night at 8:00 p.m. right here on cbs-3. we will be right back with three to go.
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>> before you hit the road here is three to go. >> crews continue to fix
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broken water main in abington. has set up water wagon for 58 homes without service, day two of bill cosby's sexual as ought trial expected to focus on allegations by his accuser andrea constand, could take the stands today. and new jersey voters cast ballots in today's primary, six democrats, five republicans running for governor, the two winners compete in november. that's three to go. >> last check on weather and traffic. >> oh, what dreary start to the morning, yes, lot of clouds out there. we had some rain that rolled through kutztown, now remove off to the southeast yes, expect at lows this will move out this line of heavier rain, but spotty showers are the story really any time the rest of the day, meisha. >> yes, sure r because of it we are seeing a lot of problems out there. we have an accident here 95 south at high lan avenue. plus two more to talk b look real quick. new jersey turnpike and 295, as well. >> thank you shall meisha. next on cbs this morning, my favorite best selling author john grishom discusses his 30th novel. >> remember to join us each weekday morning here on cbs-3 starting 4:30 a.m. have a great day.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ good morning. it is tuesday, june 6th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning". the trump administration filed its first criminal charges against an alleged leaker. a top secret nsa report is revealed online. it suggests russian spies targeted american voting systems before the election. london police are accused of missing obvious warning signs about one of saturday's attackers. he appeared in a jihadi documentary and neighbors had reported him to an anti-terror hotline. tracey morgan exaggerated his injuries in a deadly crash. the settlement reportedly worth up to $90 million. "the comedian" now


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