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are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. off. at 11:00, uncovering one of philly's hidden treasure, we go inside the panel and the massive undertaking to restore it to its former glory. a local nursing home under investigation, what we're learning about the raised. terrorism charges filed against the man accused in the truck attack in new york city. as new details about the deadly rampage emerge. >> we begin with breaking news. a camden county police officer from the metro division has been shot. it happened at 9th and shelton
in the city of camden. the wound is not life-threatening. the officer is expected to be ok. this is a live look from chopper 3. a camden county metro police officer shot in camden. more information as we get it. also, terrorism charges in the new york city attack. good evening, i'm ukee washington >> i'm jessica dean. tonight, authorities say the suspect sayfullo saipov was motivated by online calls to action from isis. saipov facing terrorism charges and he's being rejecteded by a public defender. even as he lay wounded in the hospital. he asked to display the isis flag in his room and said he felt good about what he had done. yesterday's attack killed eight people. more than a dozen were injured including four critically. david spunt has more on what we're learning about the suspect's plan. >> authorities say the suspect wanted to kill as many people as possible. he had bigger plans. tonight, sayfullo saipov is
facing federal terrorism charges. in just a few hours ago, the fbi put out a bulletin looking for a potential accomplice. that man is now in custody. with no regard for human life, authorities say 29-year-old sayfullo saipov mowed down a crowd of bicyclists and pedestrians tuesday, the deadliest terror in new york since 911. eight people were killed, more than a dozen injured. prosecuto prosecutors announced federal charges against saipov. he chose halloween for the take because he thought there would be more on the street. he appeared in federal court >> first material support of a terrorism organization. second, a federal charge of violence and instruction of a motor vehicle with willful disregard for the safety of human life that resulted in multiple deaths. >> police towed away the mangled
truck. recovered handwritten notes in arabic left at the crime scene. the 29-year-old bragged about his plan and praised isis. he came to the united from ubekistan in 2010 but authorities believe he was radicaled on line. >> the fbi put out a bulletin looking for mukhammadzoir kadirov a possible accomplice also from ubekistan. but they took him into custody a few hours later. >> the charges announced this evening while significant should be taken as no indication our work is over >> we also learned saipov was an uber driver who passed a background check with a company. authorities say he planned the attack two months and rented a truck nine days before the attack. he could be put to death. david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news." the nypd officer hailed as
hero faced the camera. officer nash faced the camera stopping him >> although i feel we were just doing our job. i understand the important of the events and the role we played and i'm grateful for the recognition we received. nash is a five-year veteran of the new york city police department we're also learning more about the victims of the terror attack. five of those killed were friends from argentina in new york celebrating the 30th anniversary of high school graduation, this is video of the man right here biking before the attack. another victim was a belgium woman who leaves behind two young children. also was 23-year-old nicholas cleves of new york a software engineer and 33-year-old james drake from new jersey, a project manager with an investment firm. >> search warrant executed. agents raid a nursing home in delaware county and we're looking what investigators are
looking for. that's unfolding another st. francis center for rehabilitation and health care in darby bureau. alexandria hoff is live there tonight. alex? >> reporter: the state attorney general's office will not comment on the exact nature of this investigation. but what we do know is and we have seen are state inspectors in and out of the doors to this nursing home all evening long. eyewitness was told by a relative of a resident to st. francis rehabilitation and health care center in darby, that visitors were stopped at the door's asked questions about the care of their loved ones. parked out front, vehicles with the state attorney general's office investigations unit. august, complaints prompted an inspection by state officials. their finding indicated patterns of neglect. examples acting without urgency to call for ambulance transport. failure to document significant weight loss and another case where one resident's wounds went
unexamined despite sores that went quote down to the bone with exposed tendon. in order to invoke the facility's license was paused by an appeal that the home needed to improve. >> we saw some things here there and back when we first started going there. and we were like what the heck. and you know, to a point that we made sure that we had somebody there every day >> this loved one of a resident at st. francis asked to remain anonymous. told us over the phone that she's confused by sudden presence of states officials since she seen a recent improvement in her father's care >> much more attend ive and helpful, they're trying. >> reporter: since september be st. francis has been operating under state control. reporting live in delaware county alexandria hoff. we're hearing from an eyewitness to a road rage murder
in allentown. the driver of an a, cure are a dead to the should go wound to the chest at 9th and wyoming. the eyewitness said the driver of a maroon pickup truck pulled out a should go after an argument >> this is the in middle of the street, he shot the gun in the middle of the street and the guy collapsed in the sidewalk. she called 911 and i around down in my sweats and my bare feet to see if he was gone. that quick >> police arrested curtis thomas a few hours later after short pursuit. to a halloween scare. a young girl found a needle in a piece of candy in runnemede new jersey. made the discovery after trick or treating. i the girl ripped over a tootsee role and saw a sewing needle >> my main concern was to get the word out. i don't want anybody else's kid to do that
>> they retrieved the candy bar along with the wrapper and the needle and took the girl's candy. >> police say no one reported any other cases of tainted candy >> it's the tweet that shook up the twitter >> why some are freaking out >> people on internet were freaking out? that never happens. >> hi guys. the folks on twitter were in a tiz zy that's true after a financial author offer up what many experts considered the gold standard of retirement saving. >> ask just about anyone and they say it's important to save. >> very important. >> hard to pull it off >> especially when it comes to retirement. >> it's hard. >> there's no extra money around. >> research shows nearly six in ten americans don't have enough
to cover an and he knows up to $1,000 and half in the u.s. have 0 retirement savings. imagine the reaction to this tweet by expert jean chat ski who said you should have your annual income by age 30. the internet? freaked out. soon the tip was trending. how practical was her advice >> not that i question the accuracy, how helpful really is that >> josh the financial quarterback said some aren't motivated by standard recommendations >> some people feel like they can never save enough so they don't. i suggest that everyone should save 15% of their gross income no matter what. >> seems more realistic and tangible but the still scary >> start with 5% first year and increase to ten, then 15. >> every week make it a goal.
>> she said that savings is only part of the equation. we also have to limit our spending and in today's consumer rat race he said many confuse luxuries for necessary teas. he brought up the iphone. the question is can you really afford it? that's tough for everybody >> the r word. o ok. thousands of people passed by it every day. but few likely know about its story past >> if we can't save these buildings, then you know, who are we? >> straight ahead, greg argos takes a step back in time to explore the future of a philadelphia landmark. we're giving you a first look at the major renovation of this hidden treasure. another hollywood heavy
weight facing accusations of harassment. what dustin hoffman is saying. showers missing the area first and foremost and it is warming up. it's not all that cold tonight and over the next few days, it will feel month like september than november. i'll tell you how long the warmup looks. stick around. starbucks rolls out its holiday cups and this yea
. we want to a update you, chopper 3 in the city of camden where a camden county police vehicle from the metro division was shot. we're told the injury is not life-threatening. and that the officer will be ok. the circumstances that led up to the are unclear but we'll continue to stay on top of the story and get you new details as soon as we get them. again, the officer is expected to be ok. you can also get the updates any time at cbsphilly.com. new at 11:00. stepping back in time with an eye on the future >> a local landmark is embracing its story past. >> reporter greg argos gives you a first look at the major renovation of this hidden
treasure. >> reporter: it's often said reflecting on the past can help us prepare for the future. >> people pass this building every day and it's sort of disappears. >> reporter: perhaps this 39,000 square foot structure >> people in the know don't know about this building. >> sitting on a full city block. of north broad and popular >> every inch of this building is interesting. >> reporter: gives us pleasant of angles to reflect >> this was built in 1908 by oscar hammer stein whose grandson went on to write the sound of music. >> reporter: just put a big white box the philadelphia metropolitan opera house is a city landmark hosting gospel singers and opera stars alike. >> this was best acoustical venue in the entire world. >> reporter: now it's on the way to once again regain the title. imagine it's the 1920's and show
time. the perform walks on stage and this is the view the person sees. when all is he did said and done and this reopens the developer hopes nothing will change. >> i've learned that when a building has been standing this lock, you kind of don't want to work against it. >> reporter: the building's renovation is budgeted at $35 million. it's in its fourth month. eric restored the divine lorraine four blocks away is the person in charge of taking that white box and thinking outside of it >> the divine lorraine, if we can't save these buildings, you know, who are we as a city? balconies, scallops, they look like they were made by michael angelo >> the original opera house known simply as the met changed hand over the years >> boxing, circus.
they did baptisms on the stage here. so it's had a long and lus truss life >> bloom endfeld said it's returning to its original glory when it opens in late 2018. >> i really believe that this building has amazing bones. it's going to have, you know, pretty great range. >> reporter: there's still a lot of work to be done. >> when you take on a task like this, it just seems to daunting. >> reporter: piece by piece. >> it's like music. and real music is coming next. >> reporter: like the opera, this overlooked part of philly's history >> all of a sudden people who passed this building a million times are going to say where did that come from? meanwhile it's been here for 125 years. >> reporter: no one realized >> nobody noticed.
>> reporter: it's being given new life. >> change the neighborhood it will change the city. >> reporter: on north broad street, greg argos cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> welcome home. and we have an impressive video of the construction online. click to see for yourself. a 360 degree view only at cbsphilly.com. >> actor dustin hoffman apologizes after decades old sexual harassment surfaced. in 1985 when she was a 17-year-old in person. hoffman said he has the utmost respect for women and feels terrible that anything he might have done could have put his accuser in an uncomfortable situation. >> philadelphia second casino was finally cleared for construction. sugarhouse casino dropped a lawsuit that held up the construction of the rival live hotel and casino. developers will build the casino near stadium complex at packer.
a state law reveals a 2004 limiting opener of casinos. kate bilo joins us with the forecast. and tomorrow things are going up in terms of temperature >> we're back to the 70's. this is the second warmest october on record. now, looks like november starting off on a warm note as well. today was actually a degree or two above normal despite the clouds and cool conditions into the low 60's. of we got to about 63 or so. so a little bit above average tomorrow though, way above average in fact closer to a record than to the average high. a look outside right now does show fog starting to form you can see low clouds there the top of the buildings in center city shrouded in a little bit of fog. and there will be pockets of locally dense fog that form overinto tomorrow morning especially into our north and west suburb, not totally clear but the city looking ok for
drivers right about now. just gets a little worse overnight. stormscan 3 shows a like that of shower along a warm front lifting through portions of new england. showers really, for the most part, stayed off to the north and west and we're a couple of stray sprinkles, still could be a stray sprinkle here or there but it's nothing more than a few scattered drops. we'll see most of this end as we go through the overnight hours of if this lifts to the north. the cold front associated with the same will come through on friday. temperatures are actually gradually rising in a few spots, kutztown mid 40's. at 5:00, 6:00 this evening now, back to 50. milford at 54. it's 61 in cape may courthouse. temperatures holding steady. we'll stay in the mid 50's and it's not all that bad outside when you walk out the door tomorrow morning. but what you'll want to watch for the first part of the morning commute especially north and west of the city our northwest cities could see locally dense fog, future
visibility has about a zero million visibility and lancaster at 7:00 a.m. safe out there on the roads. temperatures surge. that will come through friday. we're nearing record territory with highs in the mid 70's. records are in the low 80's for the next two days, doesn't look like we'll break but get close, mid 70's thursday and friday before another smaller warmup on sunday. couple of showers possible as that front comes through. this is friday afternoon. here comes the front, first and foremost, it comes through generally dry but it will drop the temperature into the start of the weekend on saturday. j watch for the fog overnight. 55 will be the low. tomorrow not bad, brilliant sunshine, high of 75. cooler for the eagles game but not quite as wet as last week. just a stray shower around kickoff. we're back to the low 70's early next week again, so the warm
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chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. picking it up. sixers moving the ball pretty, pretty well. thank you, rob covington, drills the three. led the sixers with 22. now we fast forward to the fourth quarter. ben simmons finds joel embiid. jo jo finishes with 21 points.
sixers up by 11. then there's ben going to the -- 19 points be 13 boards, nine assists. and the sixers improve the four and four with a ten point win over atlanta. meanwhile, jahlil okafor out of philly. he's deny a trade of his buy-out. here's what our good friend capability pompey said >> we're doing best with organizations but at some point, people on a personal level you hope will let him go play somewhere because i'm 41, handle, i'm trying to get on right path in my career. >> flyers visiting the blackhawks. second period, on the power play, chicago, taking a one nothing lead. 20 seconds later. a break away.
jonathan all alone going five holes, that's his fourth of the season and flyers lose three-nothing. they fall to six, six and one on the season. new eagles run back jay ajayi wearing number 36. they trade add fourth round pick to miami. reports out of south florida say jay ajayi may have had some attitude issues, he's ready to turn the page though >> there's criticisms out there, i can only speak on how i view myself but i view myself as a team guy. i'm excited to be here on the eagles. excited for this opportunity. you know, and at the end of the day that's in the past, week up today as philadelphia eagles and i'm excited >> welcome to philly. you can see jay ajayi's first game as an eagles on cbs3 and 1 p.m. sunday, eagles seven and one taking on the three and four
nonlife-threatening injuries. this happened a little bit after 10:30 this opening the, we have shots from chopper 3, south 9 and in camden. we're told that the police officer was rushed here to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the important thing to note. suspect is in custody. police have the gunman or a gun woman in custody right now waiting for chief scott thompson at some point this evening to address the media to give us more details. that is the latest right now from cooper university hospital here in camden. reporting live, david
he stood up to north jersey special interests nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share.
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