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days like. >> this we expect the high to hit 96. that would be new number for the record books. >> we feel that the jury has information and they have the fact. >> deliberations are set to pick up at 9:00 a.m. >> they asked the judge to see two court documents. >> what role did he play, if any? >> the senators will push for details, but attorney jeff jeff sessions testifies on capitol hill today. >> the goal end state warriors, are waking up nba champions. the warriors clinch the title on home turf last night. >> now we are cooking. oliver, are you sure you're okay to drive? see the thing on your nose? i now your hand in the air. ya. >> i'm coming through. i'm coming through. >> and that was james cords
end working as toy con sager in london on the late late show last night. have you ever been there? >> i've not. i've been to london but that store. >> that store, oh, their toy department is out of this world. >> apparently. we send it out to katie. did you here he was playing -- if you are in fact, roll up your windows, crank the ac, because already hot out there inch. >> deed. they see me rolling, ♪ >> ya. >> man you can jam to that. >> that was a classic. >> classic is pushing it, but -- >> okay. >> but it was a good jam. i will not -- okay, so let's move on here. looking ahead to another very steamy day. definitely feels muggy out here at the moment. and we are going to expect that daytime highs soar with no problem, to the mid 90s here later today. and i'm thinking we will have new record on our hand before it is all said and done. that's the call. but regardless whether there is an actual new number for the record books or not, the heat noticeable.
it will probably feel even hotter than the thermometer reads through the afternoon because of the building humidity. currently storm scan is quiet. stays that way. actual air temperatures are 75 in the city, 72 in millville, 74 into dover. by comparison, a much cooler start in mount pocono. but everyone's got this humidity to contend with. meanwhile outside of the city, toward palmyra for example, still 76 degrees, so, basically, bottom out right now, the sun coming up at zero as we speak >> meet advisory by noontime. >> katie, thank you so much. yep, looking outside.
it will be hot one. get the ac cranking, and like katie -- katie said bring the sun block with you. blue route at route one. we are looking here, taillights moving in the southbound direction at 95 at the airport. tail light moving in the southbound direction, both camera shots, kind of giving you a peak around, so overall 5:30 a.m., we know tuesday's will be busy actually looking pretty good on the blue route 95. so if you are headed out there right now, everyone still traveling at posted speeds, 422 here, this is near route 29. taillights moving in the eastbound direction. this is where we're probably not so much slowing down, but we are starting to get little bit more busy now as we approach closer to the half past 6:00. when we hit 6:00, 422, going to be even busier. accident here, with injuries, and inning ton, route 611 old york road near heart road. the road is block there. we have lots of construction to talk about when we come back in a little bit. rahel, over to you. >> all right, meisha, thank you. evidence markers litter a street in norristown, as police investigate overnight shooting. we counted at least 45 shell casings on the 1,000 block of powell street. looks like several car windows
were also shot out. one man shot in the leg is expected to survive. investigators have not identified any suspect, or a motive. >> jurors in the bill cosby sexual assault trial deliberate for more than four hours and still don't reach averred. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live outside the montgomery county courthouse where deliberations will continue in just a few hours. good morning, trang. >> reporter: good morning, jim, rahel. around 9:30, jurors wrapped up but not before asking the judge to see two court document, they'll review the evidence when they reconvene later this morning, but take a listen to bill cosby as he left court last night. pretty interesting. >> now, cosby sang a tune to himself, arm in arm, with his publicist andrew wyethment his fate now in the hands of 12 people from allegany county. jury of seven men, five women, got the case around 5:30, and deliberated for about four hours, mid-way through they asked the judge to see part of 2,005 deposition, where cosby
called the pills that he gave central witness andrea constand his little friends. outside of the courthouse, cosby supporters, as well as his critics, were weighing in. >> reasonable doubt is probably coming in. >> thread come on, zero six women, who went public, who had never met each other before. suddenly we're going oh, my god, that's a pattern. >> now, deliberations are set to resume around 9:00 a.m. this morning. if cosby is convicted, he could face up to 30 years in prison, which at his age is essentially a life sentence. but for now live outside the montgomery county courthouse, trang do, cbs-3 "eyewitness news." jim, rahel, back to you. >> trang, thank you. >> "eyewitness news" will be there when deliberations pick back up at 9:00 a.m.
as soon as there is averred we'll bring it to you live on tv and on cbsphilly.com and of course on the cbs-3 local app. >> chilling video played in court as preliminary hearing get underway for the 18 penn state frat brother charged in the death after pledge. yesterday, prosecutors showed a series of clips, as a detective with state college police offered testimony. he pointed out clips of 19 year old pledge timothy piazza, appearing unconscious, and members of the frat sitting on him. piazza can be seen desperately trying to stand, but collapses several times. >> surveillance video that was shown in this courtroom today is chilling. it is horrific. and it is unfathomable. >> piazza died after falling down the steps of the beta theta pi house in february following a night of heavy drinking. officials say 911 wasn't called until nearly 12 hours later. meantime, the university has permanently banned the
fraternity. >> the time now 5:36. in business news this morning, the latest beneficiary of the trump effect. >> and the market have the mission this morning, money watch's jill wagner joins us live from the new york stock exchange, good morning, again, jill. >> reporter: good morning, jim, rahel. looking at the big board, future right now pointing to bit of higher open. yesterday, the dow lost 36-point, nasdaq fell 32. we will see if the tech sector can bounce back today, market started the week with a sell-off. the biggest names in tech, like facebook, apple, took hit for second straight trading day. i'm concerned the sector over valued. gymboree has filed for bankruptcy. plan to keep most of their 1300 stores open while working to reduce nearly a billion dollars of debt. the latest retailer to file for bankruptcy protection as shoppers keep moving on line. >> and, the latest example of the trump effect thanks to barron trump. the president's 11 year old son, wore t-shirt sunday, that said the expert, made by jay
crew, cost 29 bunk 29.50. that shirt sold out by monday. jim, rahel. >> isn't it funny? because the obama's used to buy a lot of stuff from j crew. j crew seems to be the presidential family wards robe. >> i think we said i bet this will sell out. same thing that used to happen with sasha and malea, even michelle obama. so no surprise there. but very interesting nonetheless, jill. >> i noticed the t-shirt i didn't think it was j crew, i noticed as they were getting off the plane to go to the white house, but i did not think -- i wouldn't have thought j crew. >> ya. >> you know they're probably doing high fives at that corporate office. thanks, jill. >> they're loving this. >> exactly. >> back here at home, septa partnering up with local organization to fight hunger in philadelphia. the transit system has team up with philabundance for the program called stop hunger at your station. participants are encouraged to donate cans meats, canned fruits and veggies and peanut butter and jelly in plastic containers, find out which
have collection containers, program will run through june 23. >> and panhandling is a growing problem in philadelphia, now the city trying new approach to help solve the problem. city officials asking the the public to pick up cell phones instead of their wallets when pan handlers ask for money. you can text to make 5-dollar donation to outreach organizations. city employees say that many times the money handed out on the street is used for the wrong reasons. >> the evidence that we see is that the money is quite likely going to be used for drugs. >> we won't criminalize this behavior. we certainly won't arrest ourselves out after panhandling problem. >> the city says the money raised through the text to give program will benefit social service agencies, that are already in place to help the homeless. well, more than 3,000 dragons will take over citizens bank park today for the second consecutive year, drexel holding its university wide commencement at the ballpark.
you are looking at video from previous ceremony, in the past, drexel has held smaller individual ceremonies for different colleges. like this one, because no venue is big enough to bring the entire university together. well, tonight, all of the students will graduate together underneath the stadium lights. congratulations, to all of the graduates. >> agreed. >> coming up: non-profit offering free skin care screenings today just as things are heating up outside. >> where you can go to get your skin check and tips on how to take care of your skin all for free. >> taco bell is giving away free, i say, free tacos to celebrate golden state's win. the hours to stop in for the deal. we'll tell you all about it when we come back.
>> after did i appearing for nearly 12 years, dave shappell finally making his come back on the heals every his two netflix comedy shape else, announced headlining recipe at radio city music hall in new york. the ten day special event will take place in august, and how about this? include performance from the roots, chris rock, and erica. ticket go on sale this friday. >> that sounds like good show. forks magazine named highest pained entertainers in the worlds, sean ditty combs, or p. ditty as a lot of people still know him as. he is looking $130 million this past year. that is thanks to his tour. selling off part of his clothing line.
>> ditty, he beat up my favorite, beyonce, who earned 105 million. harry potter, katie's favorite. jk rawlings in thirds, with 95 million. rapper drake, and christianna rinaldo at fourth and five. >> few missing, i would expect to see maybe taylor swift on, there you snow. >> jz? >> yes, interesting. >> dr. dre? >> yes. >> moral of the story, katie, need to get into -- >> we need to be entertainer? >> i am an entertainer s. >> during during the commercial breaks. what are you rolling your eyes for, meisha and i could take our show on the road. >> so, i hear a very hot event today? >> yes, thank you for just come immediately going on. >> meisha, they're ignoring us again. >> before we even went on the air at 4:30, all dock make checks, they're sinking, i'm hearing this in my ear, oh, we have to get these guys a pitch
pipe. that's all. we will leave it at that. >> ♪ >> no surprise. >> moving along. >> right on cue. >> no kidding. even chris, our producer, chris doesn't want to hear you guys sing. all right, so let's take a look. we still are under the influence of some pretty potent high pressure here being helping to keys these temperatures surging throughout the day, a very, very steamy day, ahead, and it already feels steamy outside. now, storm scan, pretty quiet all-in-all. you had cuff couple of heaviest storms, we do have a back door cold front like we call it, just coming from different direction than you would expect on the northeast, will be dropping through, come tomorrow, even as early as later tonight. that's what is actually going to knock the temperatures back for us starting tomorrow. we check in with the eyewitness weather watchers talking about some pretty significant warmth, to start the morning off here. low and mid 70s in many locations, i want to show you couple every real cool shots that came in from the watch they are morning. actually we start back here. so ed connor sent this one in.
just sent it within the last five minute or so. moon still visible, even though the sun has officially risen now within the last 15, 20 minutes, but it is so bright and vibrant that you can still see it real well. this with a taken clearly through the overnight, fill chap line sent this one in, 4:45, he took this real cool looking shot. so much detail. i love it. one more. even despite the blue skies, some of the light of day, that little glimmer of moonlight, as it is beginning, came in from allen, earlier on this morning, switching on back, to the map here, so let's jump past storm scan, take a look at future weather, taking you all the way to noontime here. so, things are still nice and clear. this is also when our heat advisory goes into effect. so we will be going on the air at that point as the heat advisory is technically in effect for fill i and the immediate vicinity. outlying suburbs down near the shore point, don't have to contend with it, but we time step this out. there will be shower, spotty thunderstorm that pops up. really anyone fair game. but you notice, i mean, this
is spars, most of us stay dry, meantime, many showers that do come through will help cool off couple of communities. and then early tomorrow morning likely left with a shower as this front drops n so not quite as hot tomorrow. today is the day. we expect record to be broken. by thursday, beautiful weather, but the unsettled weather society return, meisha, by friday. >> yes, thursday does, i have to saker i lover the heat, but thursday looks gorgeous, thanks so much, katie. looking outside right now, yes, so going to be another warm one. looking little hazy, nice dry roadways, we've been kind of waiting for things to heat up. not that we wanted, to but we know it is going tonight so far looking pretty good. fifty-nine south at cottman, come around the s curve make your way into center city. looking good, not even any brake lights going off yet. we approach the 6:00 hour. delaware county 95 north at 452, you take this all the way up to the airport. this is what you are looking at. so looking real nice. by the way no delays, no consolations at the airport, of course we let you know if we hear anything. schuylkill at montgomery
drive. as you push in the eastbound direction, that's where you are starting to heat up. see the westbound side looking quiet. eastbound side keeping our eye on right now, overall still looking good. still traveling around at posted speeds which again i'm hoping to keep you to the 6:00 . then, we did have an accident here, hunting park, old york road, hunting park avenue. still traveling around there okay. but just heads up it is there. then we did have this accident, with injuries, in and inning ton, 611 old york road near heart road. the road is block there. still traveling around okay. again with the roadblock and, just be mine full of it. then we have construction delaware, talking about this coming up in the next ten minute. jim, back over to you. >> stay ahead of the heat with the cbs philly weather app. there you'll find expected high temperatures, chances for rain, and your seven day outlook, it is available for iphone and android. just search for cbs philly in your app marketplace. before heading outside today you may want to head over for free skin cancer screenings. it is happening today from 1:00 to 4:00 dilworth park.
the skin cancer foundation is raising awareness of the disease by giving complimentary one-on-one screenings and free tips on how to protect your skin. with more than 3.5 million cases, and more than 2 million people diagnosed every year, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the u.s. >> and, if you are planning ongoing outside today, make sure you're aware of the warning signs every heat stroke. if you experience a throbbing headache, dry skin, nausea, or vomiting, a rapid pulls or you feel like you're about to lose consciousness, get to a cool air-conditioned place, and call 911 right away. >> one year after the pulse night club shooting in orlando, people if philadelphia remember a local victim. hundreds came out to west catholic prep high school for the first inaugural akira murray basketball game. much i star player and student graduating third in her class. at last night's game 20 of the city top girls basketball players celebrated her life. >> her development was beyond basketball. she succeeded in the
classroom. she succeeded in emotional, spiritual, mental development. i want them to know basketball is not just one dimensional. >> after graduating murray signed to play basketball at mercy hurst university. celebrating in orlando at the time of the shooting. >> gunman underway, police officer shot and killed in arkansas. lieutenant patrick weather ford died in a local hospital after shot in the line every duty yesterday. we'll told he was 15 year veteran with the newport arkansas police department. arkansas state police are not releasing any details about the shooting at this time. several agencies including the k9 aoun rid now searching for the suspect. london borough mark open for the first time since the terror attack almost two weeks ago, on june 3rd, you may recall, three attackers mode down pedestrians on the london bridge then stabbed borough market shoppers. merchant say the terrifying attack affected them all. and they're grateful for the show of support from the world community.
oh, a lot of money, but could have been a lot worse. >> the message of good will from around the world, overwhelming. >> eight people killed in the london bridge and market attack, the attackers were shot and killed by police. >> well, they call him the worm in this morning dennis rodman is back in north korea. the former nba player says the purpose of his current trip is to bring sports to north korea. more basketball diplomacy. rodman has received the red carpet treatment on four previous trips since 2013. he's under criticism for visiting during a time of high tension between the us and the communist country over its weapons program. kim jong un's regime has test fired 15 balistic missiles so far this year. >> taco bell is giving away free tacos today. and it is all because the warriors won game three of the nba finals, by stealing a road win. >> they're in crunch time. stolen win on the road during the finals means everyone in
america gets a free dorito's locos taco. the taco give away from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. celebrate the warriors win with a taco. >> i posted it on facebook, twitter show share it with your friends. >> eleven year old boy is out on a walk. a very long walk. >> he is walking from florida to washington state. picture that for a moment? florida to washington staff. we'll introduce to you this boy and the personal mission he's on.
save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. >> talk about determination, 11 year old boy with diabetes is walking across america. >> on a mission to help other like himself. abigail james caught up with him. >> robert said he was skeptical when his son came to him with the idea of walking across america. >> i said no, we're not doing that, that's crazy, that's a special kinds of craze. >> i what his son said next that barges couldn't argue with. >> don't you want me to be cured? >> so january 1st, starting from the southern most point of florida, noah and his father began walking. >> this is day 163. and we've done over 1800 miles. >> they'll keep going until they've reached the northern most point of washington. >> right now, he's pace to go finish the first week in november. >> with noah being home school, he is able to learn lessons along the way. >> west, pony express, and the
49ers going to california. >> according to noah a lot that goes into his stride. >> soldiers march, because they have a mission and a purpose. this is jim ' marching across america. >> and a 11 year old with one mission. >> cure diabetes. >> oh, he's well on his way. that will report was from abigail james of kc tv in kansas city. noah and his family plan to checking out and checking out some barbeque. >> oh, well you have to. you get hungry along the way. >> who would you have with us you? >> pop tarts. >> really? >> you know me. pop tart. >> kansas city known from their barbeque. >> oh, way to go, nice lifeless on. >> a 11 year old. >> that's wonderful. memories. >> good for him. keep on trucking. coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news," not everyone has the luxury to stay inside. important to take precautions, doctor will be here with tips and signs to look for if
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it is only 6:00 a.m., almost 80 degrees outside, heat advisory goes knee effect in a few hours, but katie promises cool down in our near future. >> and we are waiting for averred in the bill cosby sexual assault trial. deliberations resume this morning. >> russia later today, hear on capitol hill, i'm weijia jiang, with a preview coming up. well, today is tuesday, june 13th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things this tuesday morning, good morning, ladies? good morning, happy tuesday. we are looking outside, construction crews out of our way. but i will say, look how dry our roadways r actually kind of busy morning. >> really? >> yes. >> well, you know, sun glare will get you for sure. yes, very warm start to the day. muggy as