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tempers flare has a fight between a youth football team and local bureaus lights and what the team says is being den sighed and confronttation that cut a meeting short tonight. >> and plus it's the last thing expect when you fill up with gas. the problem some drivers say they had at the pump that left them with huge repair bills. >> coming up first a serial flasher on the run. the pop hear shopping spot where this man keeps exposing himself to women. now, police need help catching him before he strikes again. good evening, everyone, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm jessica dean. >> tonight police are asking for the public's help in tracking down the serial flasher. >> women are on high alert. here's natasha brown. >> reporter: the lure of living in a small town like middletown, delaware is squaint unassuming charm. when big news happens it's ja jarring. >> middletown? so pretty surprised really. >> reporter: that was pam leeson's reaction when she heard a man was flashing women
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here in the main street commercial district. police say there have been at least four indecent exposure incidents over the last few months. in each case the suspect has exposed again tailian to female victims. >> i'm shocked middletown has been a great family place and safe. i have my two sibling that still live arounder hoo. it's honestly via largeing. >> we have not seen anything ourselves. but, the town was really good about sending out an alert to everybody. i even got at my home. >> reporter: residents say they received alerts via phone and email from police. pam has been sprucing up her bridal shop main street and keeping a close eye out of her window with any suspicing objectivity. >> maybe a little more carefu careful. while i've been working here in the windows i've been pretty much watching everybody that walked by. >> reporter: middletown police are using that surveillance and vague description of suspect at this point thought to be black male in late teens
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early 20s about 5' 9" to 6' tall with short crew cut haircut. if you have any information contact police right away. in middleton, delaware, natasha brown, cbs3 eyewitness news. >> new tonight a small building in controlwin takes center stage. members of a youth football team marched into the meeting demanding answers wanting to know where they're locked out of the building and have to practice in the dark. alexandria hof was at the meeting. >> eyewitness news tuesday found the team practicing in front of parents' headlights as teams say they had to for positive months. we caught up with a worker who says it was a mechanical issue and app hour later it was turned on. there was a lease signed with the burrow to change the field. after locks changed on field house they lost ability to generate funds or turn on the lights and have been left confused. the bureau told us it would be
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announced at tonight's council meeting and we attended as did players and their parents. >> and the bureau said they had to shut it down due to a pipe leak from january and working to fix it. the meeting was cut short after things got heated. >> we're shut out completely. >> they adjourned meeting. >> yes. >> it's not about locking them out or kick them out it's about having the building with safe for all who use and occupy it. >> reporter: comets play their first home game this weekend. delaware county, alexandria hof, eyewitness news. >> he protesters turn city council meeting after summer recess into chaos. only eyewitness news cameras were rolling when sheriff deputies were called in to make arrest. threats were launched at council members and protesters demanded council address police-involved shootings in
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their community. >> this is not us asking you this is us demanding this happen or it will turn into a nice buja city council meeting to a revolutionary occupation. >> it started to get out of control when people started to talk about revolution. >> reporter: those arrested were charged with disorderly conduct. >>. city hall protests began with a rally this morning in fronts ever the frank rizzo statue. they accepting suggestions over the fate of the statute. critics want the statue at the municipal services building to be removed citing former police commissioner and mayor's record on race relations. others want it to stay pointing to rizzo's history with the city. >> new at 11 temple is investigating two biased incidents reported on campus this week. someone left a banana on door of handle of a room in morgan hall that belongs to african-american students.
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and another banana was found by a room later in the week. and in response to the incidents temple student government saysing it organiz organizing community forum on diversity. >> gas station in slew of glouster county protection and office of weights and measures. the agencies are investigating a dozen complaints of bad gasoline sold at the station. sources tell eyewitness with news the station's gas tanks were allowed to run empty which led unsuspecting drivers to full up with leftover water in the tanks instead of gasoline. state officials say inspectors were alerted of possible issue there earlier this week. >> president trump with went to florida this week for a first happened look. the president and first lady met with storm victims trying to put their lives back together. they handed out food and water and thanked first responders and law enforcement and others for their work in dealing with the storm and its aftermath. >> we are there for you 100%.
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i'll be back here numerous times. this is a state i know very well, as you understand. and these are special, special people and we love them. >> today the president also said they will travel to puerto rico and virgin island to meet with storm victims there in the coming days. 26 members of new jersey national guard with helping in virm inisland in aftermath of hurricane irma to provide security for fema and assist local law enforcement on the island devastated by the storm. they'll be deployed there for up to 60 days. president trump apparen apparently reached around republicans and across the aisle to find common ground on daca. senator chuck shoe man and nancy pelosi both democrats met the president at the white house last night and left with the framework for a possible compromise for dreamers inexchange for tougher border security. >> we're not looking at citizenship or am nesty we're
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allowing people to stay here. >> we're not looking at am nesty. we're never looking at am nes nesty. >> the agreement between the president and democrats does not include the border wall. something the president says he remains committed to. it's happened again. north korea reportedly fired unidentified ballistic missile over japan for second time in less than a month. serk says the missile through over northern japan and to the pacific ocean coming hours after north korea responded additional un sanctions by threatening to sink japan and reduce the u.s. mainland into ash and darkness. >> the philadelphia fire department is mourning the loss of a veteran firefighter. and lieutenant green senior died at einstein medical center today and was transported to the hospital september 3 while on duty engine 37. eyewitness news was in chestnut hill as colleagues draped the firehouse with black bunting green was 23 year veteran of the department. and as we continue tonight a big announcement today from
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"oprah". >> what she's doing for her next big project here on cbs3. and plus. >> i thought it was going to be fatal to be honest. my -- i'm still surprised it's not. >> police are stunned after a driver survived a brush with death. see how close he came to getting killed by a that guardraille. >> also eye tall yn hot spot making the grade. unique history behind the building and delicious food coming out of the kitchen in tonight's taste with tori. >> and then it's a festival of light on the park and when you can take a spin for free. kate. >> well it's the last week of summer and it's certainly going to feel like it over the next several days. i'll tell you how warm and steamy it will be and we'll have the latest track updated steamy it will be and we'll have the latest track updated on jose
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dunkin' donuts. this is coffee. >> a pennsylvania driver shaving his story after nearly killed by a guardrail. that guardrail impaled his car outside pittsburgh. he ran off the road after falling asleep on bay home from work. was not wearing a speed limit and that collision september him flying into the windshiel windshield. while in the air the guardrail slid under him and landed on top of metal. he is bruised and has cuts but is otherwise okay. >> tens of thousands of people are homeless after the devastation caused by hurricane harvey and irma animals displaced by the storms are looking for homes in our area. and ten dog at the camden don't question shelter were rescued from the hur capes and sent here to ease the overcrowding in shelters down south down south. >> locals are lending a hand through a special opening of
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divine lorraine hotel propert property. they entertained people curious about the recent renovation is, grand chandeliers and modern decore usher in new age for the property originallybility in 1984. it supported victims of bother hur capes. divine lorraine serves philadelphia as apartment building. >> beautiful. >> school season is off and run and maybe for some of its grown ups it got us thinking about when we were in school. >> our vittoria woodill takes to you collegeville certaining up a drip down memory lane in tonight's taste with tori. >> with the kid owes back in school, class is always in session at fornao antiqu o'this eye tall ran restaurant is inside an old catholic grade school. >> this was kitchen and second
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grade and then fourth grade. >> the vision of on owe cheer owe norslace this building brought him back to napoli. >> i wish sometimes to be able to go back to my elementary school. >> and here the food and, of course, neopoll tan pizza are getting high marks. >> if you could give the pizza a grade like in school what would you give it. >> i would give it definitely a plus. >> most likely because chiro uses imported ingredients from italy and been around the fires of pizza ovens since he was 9 years old. >> my grandfather used to own pizza shop in naples and used to be called antiqa and i i put it on and it means antique forward. >> what is on the menu. >> it's like a pop quiz. >> i'm going to all of the above out of this kitchen like
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freeshly fried mozarella. >> and four bowls of pasta special spaghetti. >> and this is one of the most dlush us pasta dishes i've ever had. >> i'm changing my grade, a plus plus. >> and the pizza. >> whoa. >> mmm. >> it's perfect. >> what. >> are you having nut alpizza. >> of course i'm not, heaven. >> can you hear the angels sing. >> i can hear them it's like ahhhhh. >> that was little mia thank you so much for your help mia and what i love so much about the restaurant is that while so many people go for the food, like myself, many former students of st. eleanor's
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that's what the former grade school was called, stop in to see if they can spot their own old classrooms. >> wow. >> isn't that cool. >> it's cool. >> you had a great helper. >> mia was her name. >> mia was her name she was fantastic her and her brother. >> does it taste better when you throw your head back. >> yes that's move it's the drop in. >> it's so good. >> thank you tori, appreciate it. >> one of television's biggest stars is receipts getting ready to make debut on most watched magazine. we know what "oprah" is doing for her first story on 60 minutes not a celebrity interview instead they tweeted this photo of "oprah" talking with voters about political divisions notice country. you can catch her big debut on this season premiere of 60 minutes september 24 at 7:30 on cbs3. >> we're used to seeing parades on ben franklin parkway and not like this parade of colorful cabs lit up
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the parkway grand opening for art display to celebrate the parkway's 100 birthday. colorful lights are supposed to remind you of fire flies. you can ride for free starting tomorrow. they're available thursday through sunday nights for the next four weeks. >> very pretty kate joins us now. it's warm outside. but not like oppressive or uncomfortable. >> right. >> it's really nice, nice summer weather. it's kinds of weather we usually get in august not mid september and we'll take tun seasonable warmth to finish out summertime. one more week of summer left and i'll tell you what, it is definitely feel like it. let's take a look how today shaped up. we'll start you with a look at our time lapse camera at palmyra cove nature park started with clouds and then sun peaked out through the afternoon with kind of in and out all day long and still we're going to be seeing that same pattern as we head through the day tomorrow with sunshine and then increasing
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clouds and sunshine again. if one of those unstable weather patterns when you have a lot of heat and you have sunshine, hot air rises and bubbles up and causes clouds to form and causes threat for scattered showers in the afternoon and that's what we'll see in the morning one against. showers rotating north scan ton wilkes-barre and new york state. the rest of us we got off easy today. all this circulation leftover from irma is moving out to sea and should not be a threat us to anymore. we're kicking irma out and all the focus shifts to jose by next week. >> and your almanac shows today's high 4. full five above average. record 92 that was set just last year by the way and we still a good eight degrees off the record and morning low is 69. look at record low. 44. chilly morning in 1975. temperatures now still very warm. it's 7 degrees right now in the city.
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and 5 allentown and 67 in reading and it's going to be warm and steam steamy right through the overnight hours and tomorrow morning. over the next few days the heat builds. even though we're not talking 90s you may need to opportunity air conditioner back on for a couple days here and i don't have any fall weather really in the forecas forecast. and even right through next week. tomorrow morning sunshine. watch what happens in the afternoon. here's 2 . just a few scattered showers try to pop up. again much of the area stays rain free like today and you can't rule it out. same story saturday warm, steamy, get outside and enjoy the day and in the afternoon a couple of scattererred showers pop up. more of the same although clouds in the morning and possibly even fog. let's talk about jose. this is the latest update that we've received from the national hurricane center it just came in before 11:00 and has tropical storm jose still as tropical storm sustained winds 70 miles an hour moving now west north west at about 8 miles an hour and really
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taking its sweet time. it's been alive this storm for about nine days now and looks like it could hang around another couple weeks before it finally starts to fizzle. we do expect this storm to restrengthen back to a hurricane. here's the latest up state if you remember if you were us with at 10:00 the last update is a little further off west did have us in the cone of concern. it shifted just ever so slightly to the east. keeping that cone of concern offshore. it's looking most likely that the storm will stay off the coast. but with a category one hurricane even out over the open ocean you'll feel at the least coastal impact and larger swells and rip current that is buzzest threat or certain threat from jose as we head through the weekend. be safe down the shore. never swim on unguarded beaches especially if you're not a good swimmer on inexperienced in the water. >> stray shower, 8. weekend hot and humid for september. popup thunderstorms. and nice weather to head out and hit the pool or head down the shore.
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just, again, watch for rip current. next week a little bit up in the air. as of now looks grate and if show say moves closer we have to keep an eye on that. for now a great weather pattern. >> lesley surprise next at sports. >> eagles hoping to make it two in a row as they prepare for the chiefs surprised and phillies are continuing to generate thanks to a man out of this world. we'll been trying to prepare for this day... and i'm still not ready. the reason i'm telling you this is that there will be moments in your life that... you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them. ♪ ♪
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lesley joins us with nickname nicknames. >> you have checked with bernard hopkins about it. >> i'm sure bernard will have something to say. players do great things and get a nickname. j-roll for jimmy rollings and pat for pat burrell and playing out of this world
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doing things no human can do so people have been calling him the alien. phillies were leading 2-0 into secondening and huge blast to left makes it-0 phils and freddie gal vas joining around the bases. and with that it's 5-0 phillies. and still in the second. guess who? reece hopkins, the alien. now known as, with his first opposite field home run. shot 18th of of year. seven runs in second inning and ten for the night and phillies win 10-0 sweep marli marlins and after the game manager pete says he is tired of talking about hop kips. >> freddie hit that two rung harrisburger and hoskins hit auto one blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, about hoskins it's typical.
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>> blah, blah, blah, eagles continue to prepare for trip to kansas city hitting road for second week in a row. here they are at practice this afternoon. after last week's win eagles hoping to start strong. 2-0. 2-0 on the road no easy way to start. >> there's no rougher way to start the season than two games in a row one in the division and so i think it's good test for us and one of those things you come out of this with two wins that's a good start. >> meanwhile the eagles offense looking to connect carson wentz hit cory smith in a long one things seemed off with them but wentz said don't worry. >> we've connected on it a lot of different things happened he slipped on one and just fluke stuff. but i think we'll get it dobb.
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we'll need to because those type of plays change the game for us. >> it will all come together. >> it will be beautiful when it does. >> sure quil be. it does. >> sure quil be. >> up next glamorous night of you each drive a ford pickup right? it does. >> sure quil be. >> up ne(all) yes.us night of i'm going to show you a next generation pickup. awesome. let's do this. the bed is made of high-strength steel, which is less susceptible to punctures than aluminum. stronger the better. and best of all, this new truck is actually- (all laughing) oh my.... the current chevy silverado. current chevy owners and lessees get a total value of ten-thousand, six hundred dollars. or, 0% financing for 72 months on this silverado all star. find new roads at your local chevy dealer.
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oand freedoms that we have and we enjoy today.s ready. aim. fire. and it's important for us to let them know that we will never forget their service. fire. it was steve's idea to have this cemetery. this was supplied to the veterans, giving us a final resting place. we owe everything to steve for what he gave us here. i wanted to make sure that we just didn't say thank you to veterans, we had tangible things to show, and i think we've accomplished that. [ "taps" playing ]
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sxwrv fully pops held their
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ball today in center city. >> eyewitness news was on hand for the event at the high at at bellview. more than 250 pop supporters enjoyed beautiful evening of dinner and dancing and the pops orchestra provided music. it's the 2017-18 pops season. >> crayola new blue extraon has a name. it will be called blutiful it beat out blue moon bliss and dream come blue. it was discovered at oregon state university and replaces shade of yellow retired by crayola. new color, blue ty ful will mack a debut later this week, kate. >> the weekend very, very close upon us now and it looks like it is definitely going to feel like summertime still. it is still summertime but warm and muggy both saturday and sunday. highs in the mid 80s.
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