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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. wild weather rumbles through the region and leaves damage behind. will it calm down for the fourth? >> sunday is no day of rest for new jersey lawmakers, as the governor and the legislature try to ends a budget stalemate. find out what impact the government shutdown is now having in the garden state. >> and president trump interrupts his holiday inn new jersey, long enough to rally around the troops. and rally against the media. >> today is sunday, july 2nd, good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo, as the philadelphia region started celebrating the fourth of july holiday, mother nature supplied the fireworks. take a look at this. this storm was brief but sure was strong it, pack enough pun top damage aircraft at lehigh
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valley international airport. yesterday's storm damaged two small planes there, one lost its knows gear, airport officials confirm no one was hurt, downed trees, roof leaks, closed the section of while i post concourse. meantime wild weather also left damage in montgomery county and pottstown, now, this massive tree was uprooted and sent tumbling onto a shed below. the path there is broken and crack, large tree once stood. >> once the storm pals dollars some saw this rainbow, "eyewitness news" viewer amy and her son, zach, saw this in bala cynwyd. not just one, though, but a double rainbow. >> everything has calmed down for now. what about as we head to the fourth of july? meteorologist, matt peterson joins us live now with the eyewitness weather forecast, good morning, matt. >> good morning, jan, it was a wild kind of afternoon and early evening across the area. and besides that, though, also trans will across the delaware valley with some sunshine, that was breaking through,
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after the storm pushed through the area, and here this morning, again, it is looking very nice, a warm sunday morning for us, but clear start to the day. wonderful view of the skyline from atop "eyewitness news" here, very few clouds out there. 73 degrees, current temperature to start things offer on this sunday morning. and our humidity is a little bit lower this morning, and it actually will be continued on that low side as we go through the afternoon. so our feels like temperature right now is the same as our air temperature. yesterday morning we were actually registering heat index couple of degrees above the air temperature even few hours before this time frame yesterday. temperatures out there, some 60s to the north, including reading, allentown at 68 degrees. seventy-four, wilmington, 71 in dover, so again, still little warm as you head down to the south, millville, 66, 72, kicking off the day in atlantic city. now dew point, they look hi, in the 60s, and you see some 70s out there, you might think well it will feel muggy stepping out the door. dew point are usually higher,
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go through, see it dip down more along the lines what we're seeing mount pocono, allentown, low 60s, that's what we'll see widespread most likely later in the day. 77 degrees by 9:00 this morning, plenty of sunshine for us, all day long, 86 around lunchtime or so, then 90 degrees, less humid, jan, for high temperature today, of course looking to tuesday for the fourth of july. we will break down the forecast in just a bit. >> matt, thank you. investigatorinvestigate respecte scheduled news con trends this morning on apparent road rage shooting in chester county. meantime new photos are out as west goshen police continue their manhunt for the gunman. investigators say, the man behind the wheel of this red pick-up truck shot and killed bianca roberson wednesday afternoon, after they were trying to merge into the same lane. police describe the driver between 30 and 40 years old, with medium build, blonde or light brown hair. authority consider him armed and extremely dangerous, crime stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading
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to arrest. well the new jersey state government remains closed today. several government services have stopped due to the shutdown. governor chris christie and the democrat led legislation your will meet again this after none in the hopes of working out a budget. "eyewitness news" reporter henry with the latest. >> reporter: confused drivers were greeted by locked doors, at local dmv offices unable to accomplish even the most basic of business. >> i was hoping to get my registration fixed today, apparently not. >> lola asked us what was going on. >> bottom line is the dmv are closed. >> after we explained she told us her registration expires. >> so far they can't seem to get anything done to point fingers? governor shutdown nonessential state offices and operations after no budget vote. he put up posters blaming assembly speaker vincent for not allowing vote that would allow strict or restrictions for blue route blue shield.
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>> completely unnecessary and completely avoidable. the factice was ready to sign a budget yesterday. i'm still willing to sign one today. >> bee fired back, saying, new insurance rules are a topic for another day. >> how to you get a budget and not a shutdown and blame the only guy that's trying to get it? again, this is a hostage crisis and this is unacceptable. >> meanwhile impasse means cannot pass into state parks during the busy holiday weekends, she had to u-turn her mini-van full of children at rancocas state park. >> not fair to the working people, you know, in our family, you know? they need to come together and make up something, because now we can't take our families there today. >> unlike the dmv here which will remain closed throughout the government shutdown, there are some essential service that is will still be active during the shutdown. that will includes nj transit, the state police, in cherry hill, cbs-3,
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"eyewitness news." >> well, new jersey is not the only state beginning the new fiscal year without a budget. delaware lawmakers meeting at 1:00 to hammer out new spanning plan. yesterday the legislature voted for short-term measure, fund state government at fiscal 17 levels for 72 hours, spends being plan hit a snag when republicans refuse to support higher income taxes, proposed by governor john carney and fellow democrat. >> investigators in little racker -- rock arkansas believe a night club where 28 people were wounded may be gang related. gunfire at the power ultra lounge early saturday morning, two of the victims now in critical condition, but all of them are expected to survive. investigators say, the shooting appears to be connected by a dozen drive by shootings over the previous nine days. know that we have to use a hammer, weaver use a big hammer, on the people who would do violence with guns and hurt people. >> police have not made any
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arrests. the city's mayor says the night club will be shutdown, the landlord has already posted an eviction notice. >> we are getting our first look at the weapon used in friday's deadly hospital shooting at a new york hospital. police have released this photo of the am15 rifle. investigators say, doctor henry bellow, former employee, brought the rifle into bronx lebanon hospital underneath a white lab coat. police say bellow shot and killed one person, and wounded six others before killing himself. >> yesterday five were in critical condition, three have been downgraded to the stable, and doing quite well. we are happy with their progress. one particular patient is still critical and stabilized but we feel he will need additional surgery. >> investigators say bellow resigned from the hospital back in 2015 after allegations of sexual harrassment. president trump isn't letting up on his criticism of
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the host of the cable television talk show. now expanding it to the rest of the news media. wendy gillette explains. >> the president returned to washington saturday night, to deliver remarks to one of his core group of supporters, veterans. >> there is no place i would rather be than with you. >> evangelical mega church at the kennedy center during which the president also railed against the media. >> the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i'm president, and they're not. >> the anti-media rant began saturday morning on twitter. trump reignited his feud with the host of msnbc morning joe writing: crazy joe scarborough and dumb as a rock micah are not bad people, but their low rated show is dominated by there nbc bosses. too bad. the president was criticized by those on both sides of the aisle on tweet he sent out thursday that said she was
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bleeding from a facelift, when she and scarborough visited his mar-a-lago estate over new year's, the president also tweeted about the response to his voter fraud commission saying numerous states are refuse to go give information to the very distinguished voter fraud panel. what are they trying to hide? more than 20 states are pushing back against request from the president's panel, which is investigating allegation action every fraudulent voting in the 2016 election. the commission want states to turn over detailed data and personal information about voters. many election officials say the request violate their state laws. >> thank you very much. >> after his speech, president trump headed back to new jersey, to spends the rest of the holiday weekend at his golf club. wendy gillette, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> the president also defended his tweeting last night, he tweeted that the fake media is trying to convince republicans that he shouldn't use social media, and that what he is doing is modern day presidential. well, the fourth of july fun continues today in
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philadelphia with wawa welcome america. museum day is taking place at the barnes foundation, and the philadelphia museum of art. guests can visit the barnes for free, admission is pay what you wish at the art museum, and tonight, you can watch rocky on the rocky steps. the movie is being shown on the steps of the art museum tonight at 8:00. >> well, there is still so much more to cover right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news." >> and i was really amazed. they weren't burned. so, you know, a loft people had angel over them today. >> off duty firefighter and his wife go back on duty when disaster strikes, how they may have saved the lives of two people aboard the plane that crashed onto a california highway. >> and there is yet another vice for people in las vegas, what had these folks waiting in line. when "eyewitness news" continues.
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>> hearing from off duty firefighter came to the rescue of two survivors of small plane crash, all caught on camera from los angeles, remember the twin engine cessna crashed onto busy freeway there, john driving home, watched fire end gulf the small plane as it came down. now, initially, he decided for his own safety to stay back, but seeing the pilot and his wife made it run toward the flames. >> the wife that was the passenger, i seen her face, and head pop up, as the
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passenger side, if she could be there, i thought, i could be there. i wasn't looking for like any fan, just the fire service, just always here just to help people. >> he dragged the wife out of the plane, then went back to the husband, off duty nurse and nurse practitioner took care of them until par med ex arrived. >> new legal vice in las vegas, marijuana dispensaries across nevada can sell recreational pot. as chris martinez reports, now the fifth in the country where you can legally buy weed. >> a lot of excitement. >> people in nevada under erred in new freedom. some waited outside the dispensary on the las vegas strip for more than five hours to make their first legal pot purchase. >> finally, you know, here, it's been a long fight for us all. >> will definitely bring a lot of money for the economy, a lot of revenue.
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>> nevada voters approved recreational pot last november allowing marijuana sales to begin this weekend. anyone 21 or older with a valid id can buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana, or one ate of an ounce every edibles, stores won't be allow to sell edibles that look like lolipops or products market today children, and can only be smoked in private homes in the in public, making it off limits in hotels and casinos. that could be tough on tourists, who are expected to make up more than 60% of nevada marijuana customers. nevada state senator thinks alternatives will be needed for out of town guests, to keep pace with the high times ahead. >> bread and breakfast, hotels, renting out golf courses, renting out restaurant, there are all kinds of ideas out there. >> meantime, las vegas police say they'll be watching for people using pot illegally in public, first offense carries $600 fine. nevada expected to become the
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biggest lee legal pot market in the country that is until sales begin here in california next year. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. >> newcomb bat ship enters the water with a splash. lockheed martin launched the uss billings into a river in wisconsin. the ship was chris mend true navy tradition by breaking champagne bottle across the ship's bow. the ship named in honor of the patriotic and hard-working citizens of billings, montana. back here at home now, and turning to weather, that sure is a good site, you know what, good weather on tap today, too, much better than yesterday. >> yesterday, it was kind of cloudy but it really was sticky. >> yes. >> you had that feeling, uncomfortable, you had that feeling like it could storm. and that's he can actually what we got. we had the thunderstorms that rolled through yesterday afternoon. they packed a punch. we had quite a few severe thunderstorm warnings throughout the afternoon, some of the early evening hours, as well. but the good news is once the thunderstorm moved out it, actually was a pretty nice night across the philadelphia
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area. we had the skies clear out, it still stayed warm, but again, not a bad evening for us here in philly. take look at the holiday headlines. now getting into the second half of our kind of long holiday weaken here. today, we go with more sunshine out there, that is good news for us, of course we had the boundery move, cold front came through. less humidity, even though it will be a little bit warmer this afternoon than what we had yesterday. monday for us, lots of days off for lots of folks. plenty of sunshine once again, it will be hot though for the beginning of the work week, we call it the beginning of the work week, but again lots of folks taking monday off. fourth every july, sun and clouds out there, calling it a pop up storm chance on the fourth of july itself t really though looks like for the most part those chances are going to be pretty slim, and they're going to be much later on in the day. it doesn't look like fireworks going to be a wash out at this point. but again, just kind of keeping an eye on things, for again, later in the day on tuesday. outside rehoboth here this morning, wonderful looking scene, couple every people out there enjoying the start to the day down at the shore
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line. if you are down at the beach today, it will be a great day for us. so mostly sunny skies, temperatures on the beach, eight a, to about 90 degrees, so warm day, that's for sure. southwesterly winds, five to 10 miles per hour, water temperature feeling good at this point, up to the 70s, uv index hi, make sure wearing the sunscreen, rip current for today looks to be on the lower ends, but you always need to swim by the lifeguard, be careful, even though rip countries being is low, doesn't mean there is a chance for t here in the city 9 degrees for high temperature this afternoon, lower humidity really what we are looking at today even though couple of degrees warmer today than where we were yesterday. when you compare this to average, 86 is our average high temperature, so slightly above that for this afternoon, 87 what we should be looking at the beginning of august and september, by that point, dipping back down into the lower 80s, so this 90 degrees, we're going to be looking for for probably the next two month or so, then start to finally cool things back down, as we head toward the fall time. now, of course, today will be pretty nice, future weather
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started looking monday, looks like mostly sunny day for most every us from philly back down to the east. but we could see maybe an afternoon shower, afternoon rumble every thunder for us tomorrow up to the poconos, lehigh valley, most part tomorrow night maybe few stray showers, across philly, but looks like it should be relatively quiet monday night for us, and then of course the fourth every july itself starting things out with some sunshine for us early on in the day on tuesday. and then even though our future weather not painting in right now, any precipitation chances, we of course do have that slim chance for pop up shower or thunderstorm later on in the afternoon on tuesday, as well. temperatures, if you are just waking up 60s to the north, 70s here in fill, back down toward atlantic city as well 69 degrees in wildwood. seven day forecast, 09 degrees this afternoon, sunny, hot out there, but the lower humidity. going with 91, little more sunshine for us, and staying hot monday, stray shower is not ruled out. tuesday, 87, is going to be one of the cooler days this week with wednesday coming in also at 85. and then, you see there, 86
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thursday, another chance for some late day storms friday, 87, thunderstorm activity through most of the day, by the moving into next weaken, jan, still looking at the temperatures, still in the 80s, and more shower chances, so little bit of a warm up here to start things out. but then we return to average by the ends of the week. >> thank you, matt. many people who have insurance through the affordable care act worry they'll no longer be ensured if congress passes it version of healthcare. new research says not having health insurance puts people's lives at risk. health reporter stephanie stahl explains the study. >> you want these? >> sarah and fred have struggled for merely a decade to find and keep health insurance. fred has pre-existing condition, inflammatory bowel disease. >> when i didn't have insurance, i was so much more stressed about the fact that i didn't have some kind of back-up behind me, that it actually caused knee have worse symptoms. >> new research says having health insurance reduces risk for death, study published in the annals of internal
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medicine reviewed several previous stud us. >> people get to see the doctor or nurse practitioner, and get their health problems taken care of. if you don't have health insurance, you're unlikely to get treatment for your diabetes or your depression. >> researchers say about one person will die for every 800 people without health insurance in a year. fred and sarah finally got coverage through the affordable care act, while republicans insist their new plan will cover pre-existing conditions and lower insurance premiums, the southern's are concerned about the future. >> i've never been as scared as i am right now because i know what i would lose now. >> they're also worried about the cost of fred's medications which run tens of thousands of dollars each month. and the nation's largest doctors group the american medical association came out strongly against the senate republican healthcare bill. they say low and middle income patient will be expose today higher costs, they say, the bill violate their oath first do no harm.
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i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> still ahead on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this sunday morning: hoops against bullying. how local university is helping kids learn important life lessons. >> and italian food and history, taste with tori, heads to a philadelphia landmark serving up classic recipes, how one family has kept their delicious business running for more than 100 years.
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>> junk stood end are learning life and basketball, hoses against bullying tournament. dozens every children separate into 18 teams to shoot hoops and participate in anti-bullying workshops. arcadia partnered with the coalition for youth to teach the children. well, philadelphia is known for it rich history and delicious food, right? ralph's italian restaurant in south philly, and vittoria woodill gets a seat at the family table in this taste with tori. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> it is a landmark in philadelphia where under your feet is original hands laid tile and un your nose original family recipes that have never gone out of style. we are talking about ralph's, italian restaurant. >> this family right here, and we are so proud. >> so i took a seat not in the dining room, but at their family table, right next-door.
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>> that's mom's chair. the thrown. >> to get the story on how america's oldest family-owned italian restaurant came to be. >> it all began when my father was three years old, place couple of blocks away. >> that place was called ralph's, name after elaine's father, and at 15, when young ralph quit school to help his dad, the rest was history. now, 117 years old, ralph's has stood strong through decades. so when is it that's kept the ralph family passion boiling strong like pasta water? >> it is love. we all love each other. >> well, time to push the table back and head into the heart of it all. >> as long as your a not taking me to the dumpster. >> no, you're going in the back door, that means you're somebody special. >> starting with fresh brush etta and anti-pasta. >> i was no where near ready for this heaping helping of their italian history.
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>> i heard your portions were huge! >> lasagnia stuffed with ground beef, and sausage. >> i'm dancing into it. i feel like we need some of that, you know, italian tango music. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> wow. >> what a job. >> it is a lot harder than it looks. >> pesce pasta with seafood. >> keep it class. >> i and let's just say history kept repeating it self. >> think mama will let me stay on her couch over there? >> seven beds in the house. >> seven beds? >> i call the king. >> vittoria woodill, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> in the next half hour, right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this sunday morning, the stalemate continues in new jersey, between the governor and lawmakers there. how the impasse over the budget set now affecting every day life in the garden state.
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anita? >> well the manhunt continues for the guy who shot and killed a teen in a road rage incident last week. a look at new surveillance photos next. >> and the rain is off but the heat is back on. the eyewitness weather forecast with meteorologist, matt peterson coming up this sunday morning.
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>> it is sunday, july 2nd, good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. meteorologist, matt peterson, liver out there on the cbs-3 skydeck this morning, with eyewitness weather. so, matt, when i walked out the door, it was still muggy out there. you say it will feel better today, right? >> yes, it will be a little bit bet they are afternoon, and while it does still feel a little bit sticky out here, i'll gulf that you, still not as bad as it was 24 hours ago. yesterday at this time it felt like were you walking into a sauna as soon as you step outside. so little better so far here on our sunday. it will continue to get little drier going through the afternoon as westerly winds bring in some drier air. storm scan3 showing you nothing really going on out there. few high clouds just pushing away from the city at this point, again, westerly winds is pushing in that drier air, that's again, moving those clouds away from us.
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temperatures for the most part still mild, to say the least, 73 degrees right now here in philly. some 306's out there to the north and west, including reading at 68. mount pocono waking up this morning 63, down to 67 in millville. then, 72 for you, at the atlantic city airport. little cooler down at the beach in wildwood, 69. so, again, temperatures high zero six to low seven range for most of the morning, that's what we are expecting, then we will he see it climb up looks like into the higher eight's to around zero nine for most of the region later this afternoon. dew point right now still as we talked about, little bit on the muggy side, still seeing couple of 70s out there, but we will see these actually dip as we go through the afternoon, because, again, westerly winds continues to bring in the drier air. here your hour by hour forecast, high temperature of 90 degrees this afternoon, plenty of sunshine for us, when we are talking about maybe pop up shower, maybe pop up thunderstorm for the fourth every july, jan, going to break down the forecast in just a little bit. >> today looking pretty good. thank you, matt. new information, as authorities in chester county continue searching for a
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driver after a road rage incident leaves a woman dead there. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh, live in west goshen, where we expect to hear from police, later this morning. anita? >> that's right, jan, police may have found that red pick-up truck believed to be involved in this suspected road rage incident, take a look at new photos, and surveillance video released of the red chevy pick-up truck believed to be faded, driven by somebody in his 30's, to 40's, with medium build. he's believed to be the man that shot and killed 18 year old bianca roberson in road rage incident on wednesday afternoon. it happened on route 100 here in west goshen township. as both of those drivers were trying to merge into the same lane. district attorney here tom hogan said the man pulled out a gun and then shot the teen in the head. there is a $5,000 reward for any information leading to arrest. as you mention, jan, there is a press conference scheduled for 10:00 this morning here at west goshen police department. so we will be here this morning, and bring you all
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every those updates, again, police do believe they may have found the red pick-up truck involved in this suspected road rage incident that killed 18 year old bianca roberson. he this just graduated from high school led today college this fall. of course her family and friends extremely sat end -- sad ends by this, hoping somebody will recognize that red pick-up truck, and sketch of the driver, again, man believed to be in his 30's, to 40's, with blondes or light brown hair. police are looking for this driver at this time. if you have any information, call police. live in chester county this morning, anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> possible good development, okay, anita, keep us to up date. new jersey governor chris christie will meet with state lawmakers today in another attempt to ends the government shutdown. the governor closed the state government friday night after the legislature there was unable to pass a budget. christie also shutdown several state services like the motor vehicle commission, resident who went to a local nbc office this weekend were caught off
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guard. >> there was no in the, no, nothing on the internet, so we wasted our time. >> impacting everybody, and i just think they just got to figure that out and fast so that it doesn't inconvenience the public. >> the government shutdown is partially due to arguments about the finances of horizon blue cross, the state's largest health insurer. president trump is spending his fourth of july holiday weekends at his golf course in bed minister, new jersey, last night, how much, he flew back to washington for a special event. the president attended the celebrate freedom concert at the kennedy center there. this event was organized by the first baptist church of dallas to honor veterans, president trump told the crowd america will not fail. >> as long as our country remains true to its values, loyal to it heroes and devote today it creator, then our best days are yet to come.
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because we will make america great again. >> the president returned to bed minister after the concert. >> now for an update on a story we first told you about this week. a teenager shot while sitting with a group of friends in southwest philadelphia speaks execution throw "eyewitness news." the young girl is sharing a message she hopes will save lives. "eyewitness news" reporter alycia with the story. >> reporter: -- >> we were just sitting on the tens, that's all. that's all i remember. report did you see anything? >> reporter: sixteen year old diamond commit kerr christ every time she thinks about last wednesday, summertime sleep over at her friends' house along springfield avenue in southwest philadelphia, turned into her being shot six times. >> i wouldn't want this to happen to anybody. my arm is broke, there is a half a bullet in my arm. i got graze in the my leg and shot in my head. >> diamond has several
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surgeries and was just released from the hospital. she decided to speak out because while most have been praying for her, she feels some have judged her in what happened wednesday night. >> people think i did something because i'm the only one that got shot. but it was -- it didn't happen to them, their child, it didn't happen -- it is not them. >> diamond whitaker doesn't live in philadelphia. she was only visiting her grandmother when she decided to sleep over her friends' house nearby. she now trying to be strong and use her unfortunate experience to spread a simple message. >> watch your surroundings. >> duane a davis is her mother. >> for a 16 year old, she smart, she is not into the boys thing, she like -- i just don't know why somebody would do it to my child. >> cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> a man is in stable condition this morning, after a shooting in kensington.
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officers responded to north orianna and with us cumberland streets yesterday afternoon. police say 21 year old plan was shot once in the abdomen, and another time in his right side. no word on what sparked this shooting or any arrests. the landlord that owns the little rock night club that was the scene of mass shooting has put an eviction notice on the building. at least 25 people were shot early saturday morning during a concert at power ultra lounge. as wendy gillette report, police believe the shooting may be gang related. >> the birrage every gunfire was broadcast on facebook live, from inside a night club, in little rock, arkansas. panic club goers ran for their lives, to get away from the chaos while dodging bullets. >> got shot, man. >> this man hid under a pool table. >> i lay in wait for the gunshot to stop. they went on about ten minutes. >> police believe several people got into an argument and gunfire was exchange dollars, injuring dozens. the youngest victim is just 16 years old.
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>> all of the individuals were injured, either being trample or trying to exit the location. >> broken glass from the second floor of the club littered the grounds below. police also shutdown several street in the area to search for suspect, but no arrests were made. investigators were back at the crime scene, collecting evidence saturday. officials say crime is getting worse, in little rock. there have been dozen drive by shootings in nine days. >> we know that we've got to use a hammer, we've got to use a big hammer on the people who would do violence with guns and hurt people. >> wendy gillette, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> we still have so much more to cover right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this sunday morning. a photograph nerve maine captures a dramatic site. what forecasters are saying about it this morning. a spectacular site as philly celebrate the fourth. we show you more of these fireworks at penn's landing. >> and making plans for the fourth of july holiday? plan on paying attention to matt peterson's forecast.
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how it looks for tuesday and for our weekend. we're back in a few minutes.
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old hits, as well as patriotic tunes. last night's festivities are part of wawa welcome america for the fourth every july. a lot of people are using the fourth of july as a holiday to take time off. right? or are they? a new study shows that more than half of americans are turning their vacation into a workcation. not me, but to each their own. why for some it is so hard to unplug. >> sharon traveled from massachusetts to new york city for vacation. but the future hasn't left work behind. >> yes, dow check my emails, the first thing i do when i get out of bed in the morning. >> even on vacation? >> even on vacation. >> finds about 54% of americans, check in with work, at least once or twice a week, during vacation. up from just 41%, last year. >> i would be more tense if i didn't check my e-mail. >> mike, executive director of account temps, says 15% of workers check in every day. why can't they just put their phones down and ignore their e-mail?
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>> well, you said, i think it, the key word phones. it is so easy to sort of stay in touch that i think it is sort after habit, some people just have a hard time of breaking away. >> did find some good news. >> while people are checking in, they're doing a little less frequently. at least setting boundaries, understanding the need, like listen, i got to get away. >> completely unplug this week. >> aim fry orlando has no problem leaving work at home. >> we have learned that when we go on vacation, we're on vacation. >> study also found technology savvy millennials have the hardest time unplugging while on vacation, but older employees are much more likely to ignore work, during their time off. >> the national well err sets advice believe several tornados likely touched down in maine may but needs to investigate more, before confirming it. thunderstorms made their way through part of the state yesterday. at one point, people captured this terrifying image over the
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lake it, appears to be a funnel cloud over the water there. wow. >> the storms also ripped through madison county new york flooding freeways, and downing trees, in that area. emergency crews say they've been bus which power outages, and damage, from falling tree limbs. flooding caused some residents to evacuate their homes, as well. >> wild weather yesterday, matt, no exception, had strong storms, too. >> couple every folks dealing with downed trees this morning, the good news all of the strong past, now have wonderful clear skies. >> jack frost big boulder area, again, lot of sunshine this morning going to be great day up to the north the city, here is your pocono forecast for today, 81 degrees out there humidity lower, too, not a bad sunday, lot of sunshine, as we then move into the start of our holiday week, we call it here, monday tomorrow, 08 degrees, maybe late day shower, thunderstorm for us,
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then on fourth of july itself a wonderful holiday. seventy-eight, still maybe a little bit humid. but at least our temperatures are going to be a little bit on the cooler side, 78 degrees, that's feeling pretty good. outside right now, this is what's going on currently across delaware valley. see the temperatures in the 70s across wilmington, back up toward philly, trenton, dover coming in at 71. sixty-nine this morning for us in the lancaster avenue, going with 67 waking up stepping out the door in millville. still feeling humidity. still little sticky outside. it is still not as bad as it was yesterday at this time. dew point mid to even at times upper 70s yesterday morning, right now, seeing some 60s, we had the 70s, going to be watching an influx of drier air from the west, westerly wind on the back side of the colds front came through yesterday continue to funnel in that much more comfortable air. storm scan3, not too much happening. few high clouds across the city early on. but again, that's now moving well off the coastline. you see, lot of clear skies behind us, and that's exactly
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what's going to be continuing to move on in as we go throughout the daytime hours today. it really is going to be a very nice afternoon. now, looking toward the fourth. our sunday we know will be good. even for the most part monday. it will be pretty nice, going to see sunshine for at least the first half of the day, if not the first about two thirds of the afternoon. but then you see a weak another boundery kind of up toward the great lakes. that's eventually going to slide on in. and it really gives us the chance for maybe a late day shower or maybe an isolated rumble every thunder, more along the lines of maybe late tomorrow, and then also once again late on our fourth of july holiday. so don't get overly concerned with our thunder storm graphics here. really looks like it will be a spotty chance, it will be later on in the day, but i really don't think that we will be dealing with any kind of problems whether it comes to seeing fireworks on tuesday night. for wednesday, though, lot of folks head back to work, on the back side of a cold front. lot every sunday shine, then also going to be seeing cooler temperatures, but humidity still probably does stick aroundment going out tonight, philly at the move thinks
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evening, 8:00, eight a degrees, staying warm, by 10:00 it is 80, still going with the generally clear skies down at the art museum, and as things wrap up around 11:00, 78 degrees overall pretty nice night. make sure you don't have the short and t-shirts on if you're gunning planning owning hanging out at the art museum. 9 degrees for high temperature today. ninety-one tomorrow, sunshine, does stay hot again, maybe stray shower later on in the day. same thing really for tuesday. since it is a little cooler at 87 degrees, a late day thunderstorm again, nothing that we really need to be overly concerned about. and then we see more every those 80s, jan, wednesday, thursday and toward next weekends. >> not looking food bad, thank you, matt. now 6:48. time to check the roads. let's go over to amanda mueller at the cbs-3 traffic center. good to have you back, amanda. >> good to be back, jan, good news i've got for you majors looking very good right now. live look at 95 northbound ramps to woodhaven road. you can see, seeing little spotty fog in patches on the
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roadways seem to be lifting here. nothing too serious to talk b careful out there specially delivering through the suburbs. turning now to new jersey, near trenton, weaver a pole that's down on south john fitch way right at thunder road. this is blocking traffic in the right lane. and unfortunately the traffic signal there is out so definitely use caution if you need to use the intersection, however still early, don't seem to be causing any significant problems right now. live look at 95 northbound at girard, we do have some sun glare there, bring the sunglasses but not too much volume yet this morning, in the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm amanda mueller, back to you. >> trusting the process, sixers place their future with this player, who is he and what deal did he sign, that's next in sports. >> plus, how an on line retail is her helping a south jersey food bank. that's when "eyewitness news" continues. stay with
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>> trust the process, a sixers motto, 301 losses, but there may be some light at the ends of the tunnel. they drafted joel embiid, ben simmons, dario, and of course markelle fultz. and the free agency started yesterday, and sixers president brian coangelo worked his imagine took get two veterans to come here to philly, the sixers needed a shooter and they got one, signing jj reddick to one year deal worth $23 million. average 15-point last year for the clippers can shoot the three, 43% last season, sixers 25th in three-point percentage last season, continued down longer deals to sign with the
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sixers. >> and after reddick, brian coangelo added more depth to the front court, signing amir johnson to one year $11 million contract, 12 year vet played the last two seasons in boston, the averaged seven and a half point per game, both he and reddick bring vet lan leadership to the youngest team in the league. >> and we all know who tweets a lot, embiid, went to twitter to sign his pleasure with the signing, this tweet, more assists shall hashtag the process. and this one, trust the process. guys it is happening. hashtag bc, brian coangelo. sixers finished up the final day, monday night, all eyes will be on top pick markelle fultz. the sixers will be covered by assistant billy lang. he was asked what he want to see in utah. >> let's just go out, represent, sixers brands, sixers logo, represent the city of philadelphia. understanded, you know, what philly basketball is.
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what we're trying to do here, which is builds a brands of exciting basketball where guys pass and compete f we get that with bun of of guys that don't know each other, they'll enjoy that experience. >> free agency started with the nhl. flyers making couple of moves, signed goalie brian he will beyond with the flames, worth five and a half million dollars, they signed forward mike to a two year $1.8 million deal. steve mason found new home. he signed with winnipeg, two year, $8.2 million contract. mason spent the last five years with the orange and black, he wanted out because he didn't want to platoon with michael nor vert. the phillies and their nine game road trip this afternoon against the mets, nick will be on the mound for the phils. last night the phils played another one run game, played 31 of them and won just ten. to the game and in the seventh, all tied up. tommy joseph at the plate. he turns on this pitch. shot off the second deck in left field. fourteenth jack of the year. phillies have a three run
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lead. didn't last too long. it is now six-four, the mets, flores, single to right. travis scores, and the phillies cut the lead to one. to the plate and goes yard. two run homer off the pat, pat had given up just two earned runs all season, but he gave up three and the phillies drop their second straight game seven-six, the final. that's all for sport, i'm lesley van arsdall. have a great day. >> food bank in south jersey received a special visit from one of the nation's largest on line retailers. it is part of new program that helps non-profit organizations become more efficient. cherrcherry craig from our sistr station "kyw news radio" has the story from pen sidewalk glenn this is the south jersey food bank. they bring in, pack up, and sends out 11 million pounds of food every year. feeding 200,000 families, throughout the south jersey reasoning. this summer, with the help of volunteers, they'll pack up breakfast, lunch, and a snack
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for 8,000 kids a day. but the need is so great they want to do more. >> in comes logistics expert from amazon.com who took a gander at the meal packing operation. >> the process we were looking at is very sim floor a process we do inside our building. >> they know it is the little things that make or break a process. >> we do it from the back up, now. might not be necessarily as much money saving as it is a time saving. >> so what would happen if you guys were table save two, three seconds bagging each meal? >> oh, that would be tremendous, we would have a lot more food going out, that means could add one more site, that's about ten more kids who don't have food today will have it tomorrow. >> free vice part of amazon program where company experts consult on everything from lighting to storage to product movement. to help food banks run more smoothly. amazon volunteers also packed meals, they gave ten grand, and the company will donate $10,000 in products in the days to come.
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so the food bank can pack up and send out more food to families who need it most. in pennsauken, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio" for cbs-3 "eyewitness news." learning from the experts there. that's it for "eyewitness news" at 6:00. here's what we have coming up for you at 7:00. a driver in california leads troopers on a dangerous chase. we'll tell you what troopers saw the driver doing moments before. and how it all comes to an end. >> and, hundreds of people gathered to watch 50 year old building come crashing down. why the demolition made some of them emotional. >> and here is a live look outside this morning. your fourth every july forecast, is coming your way, when "eyewitness news" continues.
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