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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. well, developing right now , philadelphia police finds a man and woman shot to death in an s.u.v., now they're trying to find out what led to the tragedy. >> camping out overnight for apple's new iphone ten. why people can't wait to get their hands on it. at any cost. not me. today is friday, november 3rd, i'm jim jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. let's get a check on the roads with katie and roads with meisha. >> tgif. we made it to friday. it will be an interesting morning, jim and i were out late last night. >> past our bed times. >> oh, yes. >> but you got an award at
your event, right. >> very nice, surprised me with a award. and were you at your mask mall >> and i wore my mask the whole time. >> a lot of construction, no accidents, i don't have my block of wood yet, but knock on wood we don't have any coming up. >> we have to get you one of those. we have some fog issues rash pete performance in that regard, i've seen visibility, more widespread area dropping pretty swiftly here. expect it will be maybe more of widespread issue this morning, but still technically patch any nature now this is all in advance of our next cold front, which is starting to maurice right now, bringing in some rain, some of it heavy actually, along the leading edge of the front. back toward northwest extreme northwestern pa, up-state new york, so with time this reaches us. but it should actually be weakening by the time it reaps just terms of its moisture content, so i don't expect more than a late day shower. 57 degrees the current temperature at the airport, straight up southeasterly wind flow for the most part here. it is very mild, look at how,
51 degrees, even mount pocono at 57 this hour. so, very warm place to start. which means, we are going to soar on the thermometer todd before the thermometer get here. we'll have time and opportunity with the sun no less to rebounds to near 80. so, that really allows us to at least flirt anyway with record highs, 75 at the shore, generally with sunshine, but again the front does come through with time, and that will bring about a pattern change, meisha, which we'll discuss later on. >> all right, katie, thank you so much for that. 70s today, another beautiful day on tap. good morning, everyone, still very early in the 4:00 hour here, construction scening eastbound, closed between 30th . crews should be moving out of our way around 9:00. fifty-nine south at cottman looking good, quiet, looking as it normally would at this hour, 42 the same story here, 42 freeway northbound, approaching 295. some your neighbors out, there holding steady at these levels talking construction, so both of the construction points in
new jersey have cleared. schuylkill here east and west looking good there. 295 ramp to 42 closed until 5:00 a.m. but i think i'm pretty sure crews have moved out of the way. norristown, 202, to dekalb, closed between schuylkill avenue and lamp yet. use alternate, markley street will be your best bet. more construction to talk about when we come back in the next ten minute, rahel, jim, back to you. >> to gruesome discovery in kensington, found man and woman shot to death inside after car. >> jan carabeo live at police headquarters where investigators are trying it figure out if this was a murder err suicide. good morning, jan. >> good morning, that's right. police tell us, they have not moved out the possibility that this was a murder suicide. investigators tell us they found a weapon inside of that vehicle, very close to the bodies, there were no bullet holes in this vehicle, no shattered glass. but this is all very preliminary information. they tell us this investigation is still in its early stages. take a look at the video, this is the scene, police were
called to this scene at amber and venango in kensington just after 10:00 last night, the 3500 block of amber street. there they found man and woman inside after suv both shot in the head. the pair was pronounced dead there at the scene short time later. now homicide detective have pick up this case. they're talking to neighbors, possible family members in this immediate area. investigators tell us a vehicle is registered in this area. and again, police are searching for motive. but they may have a lead. take a listen. >> right now, we didn't get any information or description of a shooter or shooters who fled the scene. and due to the fact that there is a weapon recovered inside the vehicle, we're not ruling out the possibility that this may have been a murder-suicide >> so police are still working on a motive for this double shooting. they're also still working to identify both man and woman found shot to death inside of the car.
anyone with information is asked to call police. reporting live outside of police headquarters this morning, jan carabeo, cbs 3, " eyewitness news," jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, take look at this, house crumbles overnight in philadelphia's logan section. this is on the 900 block every west fisher avenue. we are told it is a vacant house, the city's department of licenses and inspections is looking into the cause of the collapse. fortunately, no one was injured. >> a camden county police officer continues to recover after he was shot wednesday night. meantime, we're learning, just how lucky he was. officer patrick o'hanlan shot in the thigh, during struggle with 19 year old delran ma hand in the center ville neighborhood. they say he is a known member of the crypt gang, o'hanlon almost shot in the face but the gun jammed. >> he was able to rip the gun out every his hands and physically stay on top of him until back up arrived, which was matter of second. >> authority say ma hand is if from lynn dan hands, has extensive criminal history, 19 years old, already arrested
ten times, and fell felonies since becoming a adult. >> isis claiming responsible for tuesday deadly attack in, have installed concrete partitions and spot along the west side bike path. the barriers will hopefully prevent cars and trucks from reaching the area. but still allow pedestrians and bicycles, the suspect, say full same, investigators going through his backgrounds, questioning his friends to see what may have set him off. >> everybody was shocked actually. we never, never even think about it he can become the terrorist. >> police have recovered nearly 100 videos and thousands of ex he can arms of eyes is material from the suspect's phone. >> closing arguments will pick up monday in the corruption trial of senator bob monday end owes dez, trial for the new jersey democrat continued yesterday in newark. federal prosecutors claim menendez took lavish gift, in exchange, they alleged doctor received both business and
personal favors from the senator. jurors are also expected to begin deliberations on monday, as well. mayor jim kenney moving to take back control of philadelphia's public school district, from the school reform commission. the commission, which took over the district in 2001, is expected to be dissolved by the end of the school year. the mayor will appoint a nine- member school board, city council would have final approval. >> ultimately, our children's success and philadelphia's success depends on the quality our schools. and right now we are leaving our city's fate largely in someone else's hands. >> if all goes as planned, it is possible the philadelphia could have a local school board by june. >> tax reform plan on the fast track to capitol hill. haste ways and means committee ready to pick up the bill next week, and president trump wanted to clear the house by thanksgiving. mule a lanky report democrats and some republicans have objections. >> republicans call their tax plan a game changer. we are making things so simple
, making things so simple, that you can do your taxes on a form the size of a postcard. >> the house gop plan slings the number of tax bracket from seven to four. it also doubles the standard deduction to $12,000 for individuals, and 24,000 for married couples. and increases the child tax credit to $1,600. >> it ensures, you know, that every american, and every level, gets to keep more of their hard earned dollars. >> president trump says it is a win for the middle class. >> we are giving them a big beautiful christmas present in the form of a tremendous tax cut. >> but the biggest winners are us businesses, which would see their corporate tax rate drop from 35 to 20%. >> the bill doesn't touch popular 401k contributions, and charitable giving remains basically unchanged. but, it would eliminate deductions on medical expenses , and student loans. >> but they give you with one hand, they take away with the other. >> the measure also targets
state and local tax deductions , hurting states like new york, new jersey and california. >> a middle class person, who lives in a high-tax area, is not going to benefit as much as a middle class person who lives in an area with very low taxes. >> that issue could jeopardize gop support in high tax states the plan cannot clear congress without the backing of nearly every republican. mola lenghi, cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >> president trump is tweeting again after outgoing twitter employee deactivated his account. this is what people saw when they click on real donald trump handle only down for 11 minute, the account was deactivated by customer support worker on their last day of the job. >> the iphone ten is officially being released today. folks have been lining up for hours to get their hands on the latest gadget. "eyewitness news" outside of the apple store on walnut st. this morning, where some people have been calmed out since 5:00 yesterday afternoon while it may seem like a long wait, few people we spoke with say it is not just about the
phone. >> not just about the phone. it is about the company we have here. we get to meet a bunch of like -minded people, interested in the same thing. >> i just come from puerto rico to buy this phone here in philadelphia. >> crazy stuff. i wouldn't sit out there for a phone. iphone ten marks a decade since the very first iphone was released new features high technology, the cost, a thousand bucks. stay with us, in the next hour , we'll speak live with some folks lined up at the apple store in ardmore. the phillies officially introduce their new manager. forty-two year old gabe kapler met the media at citizens bank park yesterday. kapler had 12 year career in the majors, he was most recently the dodgers director of player development. now, he is in charge of building a winning club. eyewitness sport director don bell spoke to kapler and asked if he ever inch vision in the day. >> it is something i've always been passionate about. i think this started when me as a bench player in the
boston red sock, watching frank kona, how good he was at leadership. that's something i want to do. i want to be like that. and now around various leaders , up until the time that i stopped playing, that i found to be very irma spiring, and i felt like i had the ability to inspire men. so certainly, yes, something i've always wanted to do capriati letter at the age of 32, third youngers in baseball >> coming up on cbs-3 " eyewitness news," new marker for one every et cetera best known resident, where you can find it. >> all you need is love, rahel why love park will have to wait a little longer for the statue that inspired the name to come back. we're back in two m
park. whitman live in philadelphia last eight years every his life, died in 1892, the marker between his former home and the ferry dock he describes in one every his famous books. >> you have to wait a little longer for the love statue to return to love park. the city says the iconic sculpture won't be back at the park across city hall until early next year, because it is still being restored. when it does come back, look a little different rent. the size of the letters being repainted purple, instead of blue. artist robert indianna originally painted them purpose whole it was installed in 1976. meantime, love park is supposed to reopen later this month. >> time now 4:44. >> katie is here with another check of the forecast, katie, although the calendar does technically says november 3rd, it certainly hasn't felt like it the last couple of days. what's one that? >> no kidding. looking ahead to a day that will be exceptionally warm, upper 70s expected in the region do, have cold front starting to maurice right now,
bring withing it some pretty drenching rain, in pocket, back through northwest most pennsylvania, part of up-state new york. now, this is actually going to lose some of it moisture by the time it is reaching us. so does it lose it colds air, absolutely not. even though i expect nothing more than stray shower, this will be a potent front, by comparison, when it comes to the cool-down that it does usher in. this is one of many fronts that comes through our area, in the next couple of days. so, let's back it up. talk about when things go down when it comes to the wet weather. if you walk out the door with the umbrella today, i think you're fine. let me show you what i mean by that will for the most part, granted you have fog issues this morning, but very quiet first half of the day. once we hit noon, may be few additional clouds. really not until second half mid afternoon to late afternoon, as the sun is starting to drop over the horizon, we start to see the best potential for any showers that's pretty much it. this is the worse frame i could find over our area, really isn't going to be widespread concern. maybe coming down little bit across parts of chester county , lancaster, if that ends up verifying with
location, but the rest of us likely stay dry. now, later tonight, skies clear out readily, with the colds air catching up to us, it is a combination to really sends the temperatures on nose dive. meantime, flirting with records today. up to 78 degrees, with some sun, for the most part, and starting with the fog, though, so watch for that. then later tonight we drop down to about 47 degrees. so very, very chilly night. by comparison, this is where we should, how much. it is november, after all. yep, breaking out the short sleeves again, because it feels so warm outside. it actually felt kind of hot yesterday afternoon. now, you drop solid 20 degrees from one day to the next, then rebounds all over again, multiple front are coming in in the next couple of days, so there are additional shower chances, and that roller coaster, just keeps ongoing, meisha. >> sure does, look at that 70s , 50's, all over the place, thank if you, katie. good morning, everyone, looking outside right now, tgi f. looking at construction here, looks like crews getting ready , schuylkill eastbound, closed between 30th street and south street. this is along the areas of construction we've actually
been talking about all week long, hopefully kind of moving it out now. vine, what you are looking at, there looking good push in the westbound direction, toward the schuylkill, looking very, very quiet. eastbound side, starting to maybe build little bit on a friday, not worried about that 422 at the turnpike, taillights moving in the eastbound direction there, then we have some construction crews out there in norristown this is one of the areas we've been talking about, looking at all week long, 202, dekalb closed between schuylkill avenue and lafayette street. all ' have to use an alternate , markley street will be your best bet. then, looking at the pa turnpike pike east and westbound between valley forge , ft. washington, here one to two lanes blocked, this won't pose a problem right now , still early before the 5:00. once we push little deeper in the 5:00 and push toward the the 6:00, one of the areas that's going to get busy. also, some construction in delaware, 495, that's now just been cleared. jim, back over to you. >> thank you shall meisha. still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, where " black friday" has already started. >> and what is paying off for ralph lauren, the strategy
>> time is 4:50. time for check on business news. >> mine watch's diane king hall joins us live from the new york stock exchange, good morning, diane. so, of course, we haven't even celebrated thanksgiving yet. but amazon "black friday" stores already open? >> reporter: i know. i cannot believe it. first off, happy friday, guys. >> yes. >> reporter: so exactly we love our friday's, so so far there are deals on tv's, fire sticks,, incentives for becoming a prime member. and for a walk on the wild side, the e commerce giant is allowing customers shop in augmented reality in their " black friday" store, the way it works is you have to have the iphone 6s or later model, you must have ios11 installed on your device, you know those note any cases you get to update, do you have update. so once you're in the store, what you can do is say you want to pick some furniture or
appliance, you select the products, then overlay it onto your living space, in your own home. >> that's too much for me. i just want to shop, diane. >> i know, right? i don't needing the technique, exactly. >> too much, too much. let's talk fashion now, ronald mcdonald house lauren seems to be doing better. what's the latest here? >> reporter: that's right, the icon i can fashion brands beat ex peck tis he takes cents -- expectations, you know the label has been in a slump. the company on a bid to restore some of olds olds cash a by pulling out of department stores. that means, less discounting for consumers, like us, and more product in the higher ends every it label. for the company it has been working. >> i don't buy anything unless it is on sale. >> really? >> no, sorry. >> i understand. i prefer, i'm generally the same way, it is rare where i'll go outside of that. but yes, i prefer that, too. you're like bring back that sale.
>> i'm telling you, give mere a coupon, i'm a happy person. >> all right, diane, thank you see you in the next hour. >> coming up after the break, we'll get another check on traffic. >> plus we are checking in with katie. katie, we don't know how to dress for this weather these days. is it warm, is it colds? >> i know, and every single day we're up, down, back up, back down again. so bear with us through this. we've got multiple fronts coming through with a pretty active pattern. but are there any wash-out with all of these front coming in? i'll have the answer to that question after the
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.
trenton, below half mile at the a.c. airport. at philadelphia international airport, you're to up 8-mile visibility, and i'm looking around at some of the field cameras, different sections of the city, not seeing too much fog yet. does not mean you're immune to t coup in minds just like yesterday could feature poor visibility for some of you. now, looking forward, we are everywhere on these thermometer readings. upper 70s today. flirting with 80, might as well be, you know, tying record territory at this point , high to beat or record to beat is 80. we come close to that. twenty solid degrees gets shaved off just like that. tomorrow you rebounds sunday, back to the 70s, and just keeps ongoing. lot of front coming through. no one day look to be a washout, how much, right now looks at those we will be dealing with, you know, some showers certainly, that come through with the fronts here, meisha. but for the most part i'm not expecting any casino every wash out status like we had this past weekends. >> nice. yes, i mean, rain or shine, katie, i'm sure would you agree they'll be coming out anyway to support those birds. they don't even care.
so a little bit of rain, we can't do anything about it. thank you katie, good morning to all of you, tgif. looking outside at some construction, all we have going on. good news a lot of the morning construction moving out the way. closed between 30th and south street, now cleared. fifty-nine at allegheny, looking good. both directions, southbound side i keep my eye on, over all northbound, southbound, on i95, anywhere you are traveling there looking nice this morning so far so good. ben franklin bridge, same story here, for my jersey friends, moving over westbound over the bridge into center city. no problems whatsoever. let's talk about the ben franklin bridge though. because it will be closing down on sunday. so just heads up on this. for an event 10k and 2-mile walk, sunday between 74:00 and will the 30:00 a.m. for early risers just make note of that if you were planning on using the ben franklin bridge. construction crews still out here on 202, norristown, dekalb street closed between schuylkill avenue and laffayette. you have to use an alternate.
markley street your best bet there. jim, back over to you. >> thank you shall meisha. if you are headed out the door stay updated when katie's forecast on sister station " kyw news radio" 1060. also, second casino is in the cards for philadelphia with construction set to begin next year. student from a local school will be become ambassador force safety in year long partnership with septa, making child place we cycling challenge, leads to brand new playgrounds, check in two, three, four times a day kyw news radio. >> coming up, liver as people are in our area and around the country camped out for a chance to spend a thousand bucks for new iphone ten. >> president trump leads for his longest official trip as president. what's on tap for his visit to asia. >> a look at music teacher turning kids lives around. back at the top of the hour.
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>> well, two people are found dead inside of suv, now police working to put together the clues and figure fought a gunman's on the loose. we're live with more on the investigation, and the item investigators found near the body. >> they counted up to ten, doors already open down under. that's the first people in the worlds get their hands on new iphone ten. live with people wait to go buy it in our area. >> and they couldn't have nicer weather to be sitting outside. this is a live look from our cameras. some areas could be seeing fog today. start our friday. but then temperatures will be soaring to near records. today is