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police tell us that the suspect has a distinctive walk as well as a facial tattoo and they described very unusual weapon that the victim used to fight him off. >> freshly moved, and it is concerning. >> reporter: neighbors new are brazen broad daylight sexual assault in the 4900 block of mulberry street in frankford. an 18 year-old girl was home alone on monday at 11:45 a.m. when she heard a knock at the door. >> she looked outside and saw what turned out to be the offender and he identified himself, as a representative of verizon and said he was there about the cable box. >> reporter: girl doesn't let him in but he is captured on surveillance video heading toward the home. police say he flipped through an unlocked door triggering an alarm, he makes his way upstairs where he sexually assaults the victim but she runs away and fights back. >> during the assault, the complaintant was able to grab a hold of the sword that belonged to the family member there and threatened him with the sword and at that point,
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she advised him that her mother was coming home and then fled the location. >> reporter: suspect has a distinctive walk with symbols tattooed on the left side of his face. he is seen leaving the home after the alleged assault with the backpack that he didn't have when he enter. >> it is just shocking, there is nothing like that that ever happened around here. >> at least, no violence whatsoever. >> reporter: police urging residents to lock their doors and vigilant about their safety a stranger shows up at their door. >> always, always, whenever someone comes up and talking about they are from the gas company, electric company, whatever company they must show id. >> reporter: police again reiterating that exact same advice tonight, meantime once this suspect is caught he will be facing attempted rape, sexual assault charges. if you have any information, please cat police right away. live from the special victims unit tonight in hunting park, natasha brown for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". the victim of the deadly
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road rage shooting in allentown lehigh county has been identified. three two-year old charles hughes the third died yesterday afternoon, from a single gunshot wound to the chest. curtis tomorrow is is accused of shooting him in the 800 block of wyoming street. thomas was arrested yesterday after a short police pursuit and facing a number of charges , including homicide and attempting to allude police. the suspect charged with carrying out the new york terror attack is being held without bail in a federal jail in new york city. police are methodically piecing together suspect's whereabouts leading up to the deadly rampage. bicyclist and runners return to the bike path where eight people who their lives, two days ago in new york city. >> i'm not going to let one crazy guy change it, not let him take ate way from me and i don't any any of us well. >> reporter: police believe the suspect sayfull saipov acted as a lone wolf. >> we don't see anything that lead to us believe there is anyone else involve but we caution we are a day or two into this.
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>> reporter: isis sympathizer told authorities he was inspired by isis when rammed a rented truck into pedestrians. investigators are going through saipov's background and questioning his friends to figure out what may have set him off. >> everybody was shocked, actually. we never even think bit, you can become a terrorist. >> reporter: police recovered nearly 100 videos and thousands of ice is propaganda material from saipov's phones. president trump tweeted late last night that saipov should get the death penalty but some republicans want him tried as an enemy combatant. >> quite frankly i don't think the president understands the difference being a enemy combatant and how i try somebody. >> reporter: saipov is facing federal terries many charges including violent and destruction of the motor vehicle resulting in death. attorney general jeff sessions expressed confidence that the uj sus advertise system can handle suspects like saipov. bob menendez will soon be in the hands of the jury. today jurors heard closing
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arguments in the menendez bribery trial after more than two months of testimony, and he ace accused of taking gifts from a wealthy friend in exchange for political favors. he and eye doctor salmon melgen denied those charges. jury deliberations are expected to begin on monday. >> the city of philadelphia is taking steps, to take back control of the public school system after 16 years in state oversight. mayor jim kenney spoke to city council to day and said it is time for city to be accountable for public education of its 200,000 school children. >> we will select the members of the school board with one goal in mind, insuring every child has access to quality schools, no matter where they live or what they look like. >> "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden is working this story and will have a full report on that plan coming up at 6:00. on monday the phillies made it official, they have hired gabe kapler as their new manager today he met with the media for first time at citizens bank park. sports director don bell was there and has more from today
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's press conference, don. >> reporter: it was an exciting day for phillies especially for their front evidence introducing gabe kapler. he becomes 54th manager of the philadelphia phillies. actually happens to be a good friend of mine, he told me he was excited about this opportunity becoming a big league manager was something he always dreamed of. this is video, remember about three hours ago when they introduced him to the media he takes over a team, that was 30 games under 500 and he comes to us from the dodgers where he spent three seasons as director of player personnel. there is a lot of young players in that clubhouse and he was asked, how his personality would vibe with that young clubhouse. >> i think my personality is multi faceted just like every other human being in this room i will say i'm engaging, i'm warm, there is no question about it, i'm intense and i'm passion nate. i think more than anything
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elsie am who i am and i'm authentic and our players today follow authenticity more than anything else, any other characteristic. >> now obviously in this phillies team right now you do not have guys like chase utley and ryan howard, old veterans guys. these are young guys who are really trying to make their way up here and establish themselves in the big leagues. he was asked, gabe was, how he can really communicate, vibe with them and that is something he talk about and we will have that later in sports for now coming to you live from citizens bank park i'm don belfor cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> welcome, gabe. if you have been outside today chances are you didn't want to go back inside. beautiful day across the region. day of september with milder temperatures and not staying completely dry. kate bilo outside on the sky deck with a look at the rain returning, kate. >> thanks, guys, little lady bug climbing off me lady bugs are enjoying this beautiful
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day on the sky deck as am i, you should be out here doing the whole broadcast out here not that often you get a sunny beautiful 75-degree day in november that is what we have today. lets look at what is going on weather-wise. we will look at temperatures first and foremost. seventy-three in philadelphia. seventy-three in trenton and millville as well. seventy-one allentown. we are in the 70's and reading and lancaster. sixty-four in mount pocono. it feels fantastic. you can see as we zoom down to the southe we're in the 70's and 80's, warm air still coming in as we head through to tomorrow. close to record today we will not break any it doesn't look like we will have temperatures in the lower 80's and those are record, temperatures will be about 5 degrees from the record but very, very close and warmth will stick with us as we head into tomorrow. then a cold front will come through and then start to scale back temperatures, there will be chance for showers this weekend we will time those out coming up and i'll tell you when next week we could head back to the mid 70
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's again when i join you inside, back to you guys. >> thanks. >> we have a very important recall to tell but more than 40 million fire extinguishers are being recalled because they may not work in an emergency. recall includes 134 models of kidde push button and plastic handled extinguishers in the u.s. and canada made between 1973, and this year. officials say the extinguishers can be blocked and fail to spray and nozzle can come off posing an injury hazard. there have been 400 reports of the malfunctioning extinguishers resulting in one death and 16 injuries. >> if you tap a fire thinking you will put it without a defective extinguisher and does not work you put yourself in harms way. >> kidde is replacing recalled fire extinguisher for free, for full detail and how you can contact kidde visit cbs and search extinguisher. today septa held sixth annual safety awareness day at
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olde city st. mary parochial school. kindergarten through eighth grade were given presentations on public safety. students were encouraged to create posters on safety, which will be featured on septa's make the safe choice bus in 2018. this program is part of the year long partnership with the school in an effort to raise awareness from transit safety. november 2nd is pie day in the city of philadelphia. >> declaration from the mayor 's office made things official today at manna's new facility. declaration celebrates 21 years of manna's pie in the sky campaign. annual event is, manna's largest fundraiser. many generated the organization to provide meals to clients and their families battling life threatening illnesses. >> today would not be possible without so many. certainly jim donovan, come on , cbs-3, he is such a friend , supporter to this organization and he is a pretty, you know, pretty
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aggressive pie seller. i'm just saying if he tells to you buy a pie present him. >> so true. >> he is aggressive. >> yes, indeed. >> jim's been a manna supporter for years, selling pies to help out. buy a pie this year go to cbs and jim will make sure you get one. >> they do an amazing job. coming up on "eyewitness news", under pressure and under arrest, young woman said her college roommate dunn speakable things, things that made her sick inn bragged bit on line, disturbing details at 5:30. who said more money younger or older generations, jim donovan has the answer next. new iphones hits stores tomorrow why the date has big significance and features that make this phone so in demand, we will be right
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nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire.
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the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. alright, i brought in high protein to help get us moving. ...and help you feel more strength and energy in just two weeks! i'll take that. -yeeeeeah! ensure high protein. with 16 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar. ensure. always be you. and, it does a great job, many are swimming. >> but three on your side jim donovan explains, why a generation is buck ago this trend to be super savers. >> reporter: it can be easy to mock millennials tech savvy generation is selfie obsessed but they may also have an obsession for savings. that according to a new bank study. >> having a front row seat in
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the financial crisis and that coming during their financially formative years has had a impact on millennials and some of their financials habits in particular, millennials are focused on saving. >> not only are they putting monday a way many don't even want a credit card. >> a large percentage of the millennials shy away from credit card all together and those that did have a greater tendency to pay that balance in full and every month and play the reward game. >> reporter: if you want to save like a millennial pay yourself first every paycheck correct deposit money in a dedicated savings account and contribute to the 401k. >> americans are wowfully under saved on both emergenc ies as well as retirement and a lot of case is it is simply because of a lack of a priority. >> reporter: mcbride says many millennials are focused on saving first and building a lifestyle around what is left. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. be sure to start your day rahel, katie, meisha and me right here on cbs-3 at 4:30.
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>> all outside today. >> awesome outside. >> this is a rare day you want to hold on to it. and if you are anything like our chelsea ingram it is a great day to explore the city, take a look the hometown harvest party, kicks off in just under an hour at philadelphia history museum, in center city, the mobil weather watcher was out and about, chelsea, took it down there to check out this party and and, chelsea, tell us about it. >> how is it going. i have had so much fun this afternoon and let me tell if you someone new to philadelphia this is place to come to learn all about philadelphia's history. i have just been so impressed, with all of the knowledge i
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have gained throughout the day-to-day and i'm joined here with the executive director, and ceo, this is charles, and so can you tell us about the entering on tonight. >> i sure can but i wanted to point out that we're literally standing on your studios where your studios are located. at spring garden. >> this is the largest walk able map of philadelphia, really, really cool, to just walk around this room. we're standing right on spring garden. >> inviting everybody to come down and help us bring aware ness to the philadelphia 's history museum. this is your history museum and we want to you come down and help celebrate, with a harvest festival that we're having tonight and it is a fund raise inner two ways, one if you bring a canned good or a dry good, as part of philabundance food drive for whole month of november you'll get 50 percent off your admission. that is one incentive. and second is to help raise money for bringing school children in, to the museum,
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because, buses, transportation , it is always the difficult thing that schools cannot provide so by i think we already have 500, excuse me, five buses, we'd love to have 500 buses and, so tonight, some of the money we raise will get toward bringing school kid in. >> so the enterings from 6:00 to 9:00. real quick tell everybody where you are located and they can buy tickets at the door, right. >> they can, relatively modest price, 20, $25 to get in. and, we're at 15 south seventh street so we will be just south of market street, 1826 building all right. thanks very much. great night to continue to explore the city. come on down check out harvest party that they have going on, kate, now back inside to you. >> thanks very much. sounds like a great event and walkable for folks in the city and raising money for a good cause. good for kid to learn more about the history of this awesome city. speaking of awesome a beautiful awesome evening it
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is turning out to be. looking live from our camera at cbs broadcast center in spring garden, as we pan the area, fair weather cloud, a blue sky, it has been a fantastic, fall day outside today. doesn't really feel like fall it feels like late summer but feels great out there, folks have to be outside kid outside at kutztown area middle school where we have blue skies and just a few which ispy cloud we have silos in the background and leaves changing. just a gorgeous afternoon. 70 degrees in kutztown right now. we have a front approaching from the west you can see where showers are warm front lifted to the north cold front still back across great lakes and as we await the arrival of the front we have got is what known at warm sector, warm front here cold front still to the west and we're in the quadrant with southeasterly winds, that is helping us warm tup day and lots of sunshine no problems out there any sprinkles stay off to the northwest and we are enjoying a sunny clear beautiful evening.
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look at these temperatures south wind here a little bit of an on shore flow for shore but not really helping cool things down, it is nice, warm. seventy-two atlantic city. seventy-one wildwood. cool's long the coastline on the beach, 73 now in the city and 71 in allentown. take a look at tonight's low temperatures we will bottom out that number is not right in wildwood 61 degrees. readings off there. sixty-one atlantic city. sixty-one in millville. fifty-nine will be the overnight low in philadelphia tonight, 59 degrees, keep in mind our normal daytime high is right around 61. we're talk daytime high temperatures late at night, big, big changes on the way. as we head in the overnight hours some fog will form, patchy dense fog not as widespread as last night but watch out heading out tomorrow morning so spots of low visibility. tomorrow still warm, then we will cool back down to normal and then we will climb again as we head into next week back
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in the 70's, dry for now but that front comes through tomorrow just a couple spotty showers here or there does in the look like a big deal. overnight again mild 59 degrees is your overnight low, 58 in the city, lets look at your eagles game day forecast, it is mild, temperatures in the mid 60 on 's, nothing more than a passing shower and you're witness weather seven day forecast, again we will warm up or keep it warm, we will go back to normal for one day and then warm again to start next week but as of right now next week looks unsettled coming up we will talk about rain, heading in to monday and tuesday election day. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" with your can get black friday sales prices right now. >> our katie fehlinger had a clever idea for her halloween costumes owe clever she got a shout out from a hollywood a list actress, don. we don't want is a failure to communicate, up next in sports phillies new manager gabe kapler talks about his
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unique style of relating to young players, we will be back live from south philadelphia.
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phillies have a new man in charge in the dug out and today we heard from him for the first time. >> don bell joins us from citizens bank park, don. >> reporter: guys, gabe kapler is youngest manager since fran cone owe in the late 90's. that was 97 through to 2,000. gabe's 42 years old. he has a unique way of relate to go young players. he talked about it today during his introduction and press conference. >> you have to connect to them f we sell them ideas we have to talk to them in their language and be willing to use their language even fit makes us feel a little bit uncomfortable. fit is text, twitter, fit is other various ways to get to them, one on one conversation, and once we have their ear and
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their attention and they are caring bus and we're caring about them that is when we can sharpen. that is when we can turn the dial up and ask for more intensity. >> now kapler was director of player development with the dodgers and last night l.a. losing to the astros in game seven, of the world series. final score was five-one. it is the first world series championship for houston. how about that. now after the game their short stop star short exton carlos correa stole the show. >> you make me the happiest man in the world, will you marry me. >> obviously she said yes, so, on one night, carlos, dealing with two rings the one he gives away and the one that he wins for the world series. carlos correa stealing the
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show at the world series in dodgers stadium. guys, we are coming to you live from citizens bank park but as far as proposals go bar has been raised like, next level, your guy planning to propose anytime soon you may want to wait this one out. >> yes. >> a little while that was strong. >> yes, thanks, don. coming up next half an hour how g.o.p. tax reform plan could affect you and your family: plus this. camden police officer on the road to recovery after being shot in the line of duty , aim cleve bryan coming up long criminal history of the suspect police say shot this officer. young woman, college room maid her sick we will tell what you she's accused of doing and why the roommate is under arrest for
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now at 5:30 we are learning new information about a teenager suspect of shooting a camden police officer. >> investigators released his name and long line of criminal offences, "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan is live at cooper hospital where the injured officer is recovering tonight, cleve. ukee and jessica we will hear from the top officials from the police department that the officer patrick owe hand land will stay in the hospital through tomorrow and make a full recovery after what they call a job well done >> nothing short of heroic the way officer responded. >> reporter: word of praise for camden cop his boss say suffered a great deal of pain this tweet from camden county police say officer patrick hoist recovering from the gunshot wound to his side, authorities say he suffered while taking a gun from a known gang member. >> bullet missed arteries and missed the bone but did hit one of the main veins in his legs. >> reporter: incident happened
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late wednesday night in the centerville area of camden, police say he saw three men involved in suspicious activity, he called for backup and then got out and walk up to them. at that time 19 year-old delran mayhand took off running. after he ran mayhand down he was shot from point blank range in the thigh and second time in the face, except the gun jammed. >> he was able to rip them out , physically stay on top until back autopsy arrived which was in second. >> reporter: fellow office's replied a turn kit to to his leg in route to the hospital. mayhand from lindenwald has a extensive criminal history. at just 19 he has been arrested 10 times and convicted of three felonies since becoming an adult. police say he is a members of the crypts gang involved in drug activity out on bail, awaiting other cases. official says after reviewing video it appears o'hanlon's move were textbook taking a known criminal and his gun off the street this was a young officer on the street for a year who acted like a veteran.
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he is a diligent guard yan. >> reporter: maylandis being charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and several weapons charges and being held without bail. live from camden, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you near. police in colorado made an arrest in the deadly shooting at a wal-mart. this is the suspect 47 year-old scott, he was arrested last night following a, brief car chase. police say he shot two men and one woman to death last night, in a wal-mart store in thornton, colorado near denver is there no word right now on a motive. president trump says he wants it passed by the even of the year, republican lawmakers finally releasing their tax reform plan today and it is first major tax overhaul in three decade. this plan proposing to cut taxes for the middle class and reduce taxes on businesses and corporations. it will also, double the standard deductions to $12,000 for individual, and $24,000
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for couples. the plan also, calls for increasing the per child tax credit from a thousand dollars to $1,600, and, then extends that credit to families earning up to $230,000. but, democrats and some republicans are saying not so fast. speaking from the oval office, president trump made a bold prediction for his parties new ly unveiled tax plan. >> i really believe we will have it done before christmas. >> reporter: house proposal reduces seven current income brackets to just four, raises child tax credit and leaves popular 401k retirement accounts intact. house speaker paul ryan says those things will help hard working americans save money. >> it can help you pay down your debt faster, help you start, renovate your home faster. >> reporter: bill is also expected to slash the current corporate tax rate from 35 to 20 percent, and more controversial still it limits widely used deductions for home mortgage interest at
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$500,000. that is going to be your new cap, that is your limitation. that is pretty important, for the folks who live in high real estate areas. >> reporter: some republicans in high tax states like new york say they are not on board with the plan because it eliminates deductions for state income taxes. and in a statement to cbs news new york congressman peter king wrote in part quote i cannot support the current version of the tax bill, because it will increase taxes for many of my constituents, democrats argued that the proposal gives a huge tax break to the wealthy. >> your big corporation, you're a wealthy individual do you great. you're a middle class person you suffer. >> reporter: tax writing house , weighs and means committee is expected to begin considering the bill next week president trump and republican leaders are aiming for measure to pass the house by thanksgiving. the national association of home builders has come out against the legislation, along with the influential national federation of independent
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business. later today at white house president trump tapped jerome powell to be the next chairman of the federal reserve, replacing janet yellin when her term expires in february. powell had served on the fed board for five years, he backed yellin conscious approach to interest rate hikes, president says powell has earned the president and admiration of his collogues. two former trump campaign aid indicted in the russian investigation returned to court today. federal judge ruled paul manafort and his business associate rick gates must stay on house arrest. both men, were arrested on, money laundering and other financial charges, monday, judge said that she will re visit the matter during a bond hearing next week. is there new information, that north korea is working on a new miss that will could potentially hit the united states. improvements are said to be being made to their km20 interest continental ballistics missle with hopes it can make land fall in america. all of this comes while president trump is heading to asia for 12 days where north
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korea will be a major topic with other world leaders. a connecticut college student by the, is facing hate crime charge for allegedly harassing her black roommate. this is suspect brann who was arrested last week after police say she tampered with personal items belonging to her university of hartford roommate sheneille rowe. rowe said they only lived together for a few weeks and she moved out after constantly feeling sick. >> she got me out of the room after months of spit nothing my coconut oil, and, putting mold i clam dip. >> she has been since expelled from school, she allegedly bragged about what she did to her former roommate on social media after the young woman moved out. she's charged with intimidation based on bigotry or bias, criminal mischief and breach of peace. as we continue tonight, where you can get black friday deals right now. >> tiny technology changing the way doctors approach breast cancer and removal of
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cancer cells, this could be a game changer and stephanie stahl will explain. if you missed katie's daughter dress up for halloween we will show you more video and find out why their costumes got her a shout out on social media from one of hollywood's biggest stars, kate. with your weekend watch we're talking about another 50/50 weekend, the split not quite as pronounced as last weekend when we had a beautiful saturday filled by a miserable sunday this weekend we will start saturday with sunshine there will be more cloud and chance for few showers sunday but not a total wash out. with that said big temperature swing in the weekend cool down saturday, slightly milder sunday but sunday features a better chance for showers for
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iphone 10, yes, officially hits stores shelves tomorrow. >> analyst criticized its thousand dollars price tag,
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many early reviews have been positive. the tenth anniversary of the release of the first iphone but this comes as would you imagine with a lot more technology, new features including facial recognition, and a higher quality screen. well, we have not even celebrated thanksgiving yet but amazon's black friday stories officially, opened. dozens of deals are popping up , as the on line retailer gears up for the biggest shopping day of the year. already deals on televisions, digital media players, fire sticks and incentives for becoming a prime member. not too bad. >> wow. >> november 2nd. >> it is on. >> well, car pool karaoke surprise, coming up in the hot minute.
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alright, i brought in high protein to help get us moving. ...and help you feel more strength and energy in just two weeks! i'll take that. -yeeeeeah! ensure high protein. with 16 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar. patient force patient and surgeon. >> health reporter stephanie stahl has more tonight's einstein health care science certainty report. >> nice development accounts guys, this scientific advance that is a tiny piece of technology is decreasing time in the hospital, and increasing success rates for lump removal it is a tiny
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reflector the size have the gray of rice that helps surgeons more accurately locate breast cancer tumors that can hard to detect, alternative to the traditional practice of inserting a thin wire in the breast the same day as surgery. reflector can be placed a month before surgery. >> new procedure may have held a lot more sense. >> reporter: carolyn murray had it placed before her breast cancer surgery. doctors say new technology localizes the cancer more accurately. >> in place of the tiny little mark their sends a signal to the console that we use in the operating room that will tell me where that spot is, without a wire in place. >> reporter: doctors say anotheva reflector is patients can avoid having to have two procedures in the same day that is necessary, when using a wire. >> of all of the coming along for breast cancer surgery, this is really, the wave of the future when it comes to localizing and finding breast cancer, at surgery. the technology is very new but
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it is catching on, around the country pretty quickly. >> now, doctors also say that the device has potential to cut down on surgical delays and they also may lead to less tissue needing to be removed for better appearance after the surgery. all of that with a device the size of a piece of rice. >> isn't that something. >> crazy. >> yes. >> great news, stephanie, thanks. halloween may be over but our katie fehlinger's twins are all of the buzz on social media. >> katie revealed their adorable costumes on the morning show with a creative take on the famous name. >> so yeah, know how much i'm a fan of puns, and parker here , parker is a peanut butter cup, kay dennis, a silver spoon and together they are, reese witherspoon. >> reese witherspoon. >> she's one obfuscate i's favorite celebrities and in her word can do no wrong. we think her admiration will
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grow after this. >> hard work paid off, she shared katie's facebook post. she spared it and even commented this is cutest thing i have ever seen. >> that is great. >> that is great. >> reese witherspoon. >> got it. >> clever, clever, clever. >> that was good. >> kate joins us now with our forecast, today. >> yes. >> and a beautiful day. >> beautiful day. >> you know lady bugs can bite >> evidently so. >> not until it bit me. >> bit me live on tv. >> it scratch you. >> no, there are a variety of lady bugs that can bite. is there your fun fact for the day. >> let me give you a band-aid. >> maybe they weren't enjoying their day. we have got beautiful weather on the way tomorrow, as well, and then temperatures head down for weekend but will not stay down for long. quick warm up again sunday and monday but we have got shower chances possible almost every day.
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lets stick into the forecast a little bit more deeply and take a look outside, beautiful sunset capping off a glorious day, sun shining, only have a few more days where we will have light in the sky at this hour because, of course, daylight savings time comes to an end this weekend. this shot at this time next week is going to be building all lit up and dark sky behind it, it is sad, winter coming very quickly. lets check with our weather watcher. it feels like, late summer more so then fallen. we have got temperatures in the seven he's a cross the region. ed connor at 72. he sent photos of the fog this morning to start things off. we have dense fog out there. thinks route 528, looking foggy but boy, cleared out nicely in the afternoon and visibility looking great for now but the fog will redevelop overnight. barbara lane in willow grove at 72 degrees. she said november, no heater, love it, so nice not to turn heat on in november. it looks like if you can deal
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with saturday, temperatures more seasonal you may be able to leave heat off into next week. eileen murray 73 degrees. let's check with the photos from our weather watchers. i like this one from phil, very glummy, very appropriate halloween photo showing fog this morning over the cornfield. lets take a look outside starting off in broadheadville pleasant valley high school there where it is a beautiful end to the day. 66 degrees. nice and mild in the poconos. storm scan three shows any showers along that warm front we have been talking about are off to the north and west and we have clear skies, a few cloud back to the northwest but really once this next front comes through tomorrow it will come through without moisture witt, possibly just a stray shower tomorrow afternoon. in the meantime temperatures will stay elevate add above average. seventy-three in the city. seventy in reading. seventy-one allentown. great night to fire up the grill, throw some burgers on, or just get outside this evening, while the warm air is here because eventually some
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of this cold stuff is going to start to permeate, it has a while before it gets here but behind that front temperatures are cooler across the midwest. brief return to summer, for tomorrow front comes through notice showers very, very spotty not a whole lot of moisture here. we are close to the record around 80, highs will get to the mid 70's. heading in the weekend there is a small chance for showers on sunday and small chance of showers along that front tomorrow. so tomorrow dry 8:00 a.m. sun shining, midday a few more cloud, notice spotty showers around 5:00 p.m. that then clears and then saturday we will start sunny, beautiful before another chance for showers as we said invade late saturday and sunday. overnight partly cloud which fog developing upper 50's overnight morning fog to a warm afternoon tomorrow, showers, few and far between and then fall back this weekend. set those clocks back an hour before you go to bed saturday night and sunday that means sun will set at 4:53 in the afternoon. sunday for eagles game a stray
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shower but doesn't look like a wash out. warm again monday but election day tuesday is cooler, with the chance for a shower, you may need your jacket and umbrella heading out to the polls next week. ukee and jessica back to you. new cbs drama swat premiers tonight. >> show stars actor shemar moore as special weapons and tactics sergeant tasked with running a specialized police unit in l.a. >> i learned everything i know about swat here so i will not be about to switch up anything we have to exchange in our dress blues we are going to avalon park to keep the peace. >> heading out a man down. >> nope, getting jim street. >> who? >> we spoke with shemar about new series and preparing for this role. >> from this roll it was completely different for me, different approach, i gained 10-pound for this role not only because i wanted to look good but wanted to have presence that i felt the character needed. we have been literally trained by the real deal men and women who do this day in and day out
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in real life. they have seen life and death. they have dealt with life and death. they have seen the light and dark and somehow they cope and still fight for the life. >> you can catch the premiere of swat tonight at 10:00 p.m. right here on cbs-3 followed by "eyewitness news" at 11:00. two years and more than 100 restaurants we are celebrating a milestone two years of taste with tori. >> vittoria woodill looks back at many meals she sampled, many, many. >> many. >> and cool people she met along the wayy can't believe it has been two years. >> can you believe it has been two years. you shared some of those meals as well. >> yes. >> some. >> to second years. >> congratulations. >> thanks, guys, so proud and not only of just being part of the community but the people that i got to meet along the way. >> sure. >> no doubt. >> so cool, wow, can you believe it, two years and in that time i have eaten more meals then i can even count. who knows how many calories i have consumed as well.
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tonight we will take a tasty trip down memory lane paved with plenty of edible delights , delightful moments and maybe a fork fully dreaded to consume. tonight is a celebration of the many, dear, dear people i have met and love they shared ding platters. >> do not miss the second anniversary of taste with tori at 11:00 p.m. right here on cbs-3. >> everybody is watching, i remember all these different stories yes, indeed. >> hard for me to think back. i'm like wow, have a phone book of the places i have eaten at. >> bring in some grub tonight. >> we will see, we will see. >> and classic animated film is giving you live action make over, we will tell you which one in the hot minute. take a library card new web site is letting you use your library card for more than books full story when we come back.
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and, classic film, and car pool karaoke. >> it is on the hot minute with bex on today's nine have .5. >> there was a time when your library card allowed to you check out max of three books at one time but now that same card will give you access to a film streaming service, and, 30,000 films. and according to a press release the site canopy gives card holders access to cold, popular movies, film classic, and, independent films, and, more. free for you, brought to you by your library. while we're talking movies one classic is getting a live action update, 1994 smash hit,
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the lion king is in the hands of director john taff row, the man behind successful jungle book remake, full cast of the upcoming film has been released with beyonce as nala, donald glover taking on roar of simba, seth rogan is kumba and james earl jones returns 23 years later. the film is expected out in the summer 2019. ♪ we will get new car pool karaoke you know we will talk bit, fans james corden latest passenger, showing their love for ryan gosling. >> when i look at ryan gosling , i'm like technically we're the same species. >> yes. >> and fans getting a very special surprise, from one of his favorite musical acts, fifth harmony. >> that is hurt minute i'm bex from today's 96.5.
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>> way too much fun, way too much fun. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 meet the new boss phillies introduce their new manager and sports director don bell talks to him one on one, what he has to say about leading the fightins. first lady of new jersey, pulled over, we will explain why she was stopped by police, also this. the district champion ship and now on to state. onross country team is warmed up for success. i'm anita oh with the small bo ro with a big challenge. it felt like summer today at lee like late summer with temperatures in the mid 70's, i'll tell you how long warmth will last and when you can see rain invade for weekend, all right now at i don't know what there isn't to be excited about. are we perfect? absolutely not? do we have holes to fill? of course. but is there a ton to get
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fired up about? i mean, that is why matt and i are sitting together right new and we will be smiling a lot. >> say hello to the new skip per, phillies induce their new manager and he says he has big plans for the fightins. good evening, i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. gabe kapler takes over a decade after phillies last championship. >> kapler comes to us by way of los angeles, team that came within ime of the world series tight this will year, last night. >> sports director don bell joins us live from citizens bank park and today you talk one on one with the new manager. >> yeah, i did. exciting day here at citizens bank park for the phillies, the organization, the players, everybody involved. they are looking to open up a new chapter here in their history, gabap you saw introduced to the media for very first time. they won a world series with the boston red sox in 2004 and they hope he can help them go back to the championship here in south philadelphia.
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