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message on the day of that shooting and he shot and killed his ex-wife's grand mother in that rampage. >> we have also learned vice-president pence and his wife will go to texas on wednesday. cbs correspondent meg oliver has very latest on the shooter 's deadly time line and the lives that he took. >> reporter: fbi agents used medal detector to comb through murder scene outside first baptist church of souther land springs, texas. authorities say 26 year-old devin kelly opened fire on sun day services killing more than two dozen people there was a domestic situation with his family. the suspect's mother-in-law attended this church. we know that he had made threatening, threatening -- she received threaten text from him. >> reporter: victims range from 18 months to 77 years old one of the victims was 14 year-old ana bell palmerroy, the daughter of church faster he and his wave were out of
town when massacre happened. >> one thing that gives me a sliver of encourage. that bell was surrounded yesterday by her church family that she loved fiercely. >> reporter: as kelly left the church a good samaritan to lives across the street exchanged gunfire, wounding kelly before he drove of. the good samaritan then jumped in a truck, driven by johnny, and then they gave chase. >> said he just shot up the church. he said we have to get him. lets go. that is what we did. >> reporter: investigators say , during the chase kelly called his father saying he had been shot and didn't think he would make it. police caught up with him he was dead, investigators believed from a self inflict gunshot wound. kelly served in the air force but was court marshalled in 2012 on charges he assaulted his wife and child. he received a bad conduct discharge, investigating recovered three weapons, the assault rifle at the scene, and two handguns from the suspect's vehicle. meg oliver for cbs news, soul
er land springs, texas. >> as meg reported those kill in the texas church shooting range in age from babies to the elderly. we are slowly learning all of their names which includes seven year-old emily ward and her mother joann. according to cnn the holcome family suffered terrible loss, crystal was pregnant already a mother of five. she she was wild killed with members of her family including three children and her baby nephew. >> we're, we're a small as we call it a small little recollect neck town in the country. people i grew up w. >> we're hurting for victim and their families. there is just in word to describe this. >> reporter: pastor palmerroy asked the community to turn to their faith saying he does not understand why this happened, but he knows that god does, 10 of the 20 people wounded in the shooting remain in critical condition. stay with "eyewitness news" for all of the information out of souther land springs, remember when we are not on the air get the
very latest anytime at our web site at cbs philly.com. more legal trouble for philly rapper meek mill, he appeared in court over his recent run ins with the law. our joe holden was in the courtroom and joins us live from the criminal justice center with the details, joe. >> reporter: unbelievably this hearing is still going on, robert williams as most people know him as meek mill was brought before this judge on allegations that he had violated his probation. this goes back 10 years with this judge, all stemming to 2008 when he was convicted on gun and distribution charges. well, we were there. we got the tip. we were there as meek mill entered criminal justice center with a 1:30 date with the judge accompanied by his attorney, brian mcmonigal. most of the afternoon brian mcmonigal has been trying to sway the judge that there were a lot of coins dents that meek mill has been trying to right
wrongness his life and stabilize his personal situation, but still, there were positive tests for narcotics numerous times according to evidence presented to the court from probation officers, and there were also a number of calendar descrepancies, the judge thought that meek mill was supposed to be in greece, meanwhile he was in philadelphia she also said she never knew he was in atlanta for supposed drug rehabilitation, and he was down there according to the court without their knowledge, all of these have been ruled, at this time, to be probation violations. right now, is there a sentencing hearing underway inside criminal justice center , what remains to be seen, will this judge order meek mill to be taken into custody. this is a very long, and sorted history with the courts , he has been locked up by this judge before on probation violations, and she even said it herself she gave him quite a bit of latitude leading up to this latest situation, but it was just, it
was almost too much, avalanche of allegations of violations and right now we will step backup inside courtroom 305 on the third floor and find out very latest recording meek mill. we're live for now outside criminal justice center, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". two west chester university students are rush to the hospital after getting hit by a vehicle. it happened on south university drive, authorities say that the students were waiting for a bus, when they were intentionally struck. the driver was taken into custody, one victim is in stable condition, other suffered a non-life threatening ankle injuries. our chance for showers is increasing as we head into the evening hours and with the rain, it will come some cooler temperatures. meteorologist kate bilo is keeping an eye on those showers, the rain gear is on the ready. >> you may not need heavy duty rain gear here this evening. showers have fizzled as this front has moved through, moving through as we speak and doesn't have a lot of moisture
witt. steady rainfall autopsy cross new england but few showers here across south jersey and few more sprinkles popping up here and there. in many spots it may be a flick or two of the windshield wipers, you can see we zoom in a stray shower over berks county moving in chester county, a few more down through atlantic county along the expressway and heading for garden state parkway. when we couple that with the fact it is so in the dark for evening commute and then few rain drops here and there will be a threat for couple slow downs tonight. this front as it moves through will clear pretty quickly tonight. you can see as we get through next couple hours a few sprinkles around 6:00 down through south jersey and delaware. the front clears the coast 7:30 or 8:00. overnight skies are clear and we will start tomorrow with sunshine but especially if you are south of the city, don't forget to bring rain gear, dab tomorrow because by tomorrow afternoon here comes another round of rain, even perhaps a few snow flakes mixed in the poconos and this is mainly, south of philadelphia, and we
will time this out further coming up but you can see some rain could be heavy over south jersey and delaware. in the meantime it is still a very mild day 68 in philadelphia. sixty in reading. sixty-five in wilmington cool air lurking just to the north where it is in the 40's in buffalo and cleveland. thirty's in northern michigan and that cool air heading our way. we will see which areas see heaviest rainfall, coldest air of the season coming in and philadelphia in the city will see our first 30's of the first and i'll tell you when coming up, back to you guys. who has best record in pro football. your philadelphia eagles of course. eight-one their best start since 2004 the last year they played in that big game, i'm not saying it. >> the big one. >> sports director don bell joins us now. life is g i walk out on broad street after the game was over and random shouted, eight-one. >> people skipping through the
streets. >> pretty much, yeah. >> life is good. >> how about that. >> they are not just winning they are dominating, the team has been around since 1933. yesterday they scored more than 50 points for only the ninth time in franchise history. eagles toying with the denver broncos and their top ranked defense. carson wentz throwing for four touchdown passes and defense falling denver's sputtering offense. bird win 51-23. they have a week off to admire their work. >> as great as it is, we still have half season, we have seven ballgames left and we've got to come out, you know, enjoy obviously enjoy this time this week, reflect on what we have done but we have got to come back ready to go next week and if you don't take care of business from here on out, it is all for nothing. >> razor sharp focus. >> eagles have this sunday off , it is bye week and then
they visit dallas in two weeks coming up later in the show we will hear doug pederson after that win yesterday in the locker room, you don't want to miss this. >> next two weeks will feel like two years. >> i know what will we do on sunday. >> let's go bird. >> i know. coming up on "eyewitness news" inside a tornado massive tornado hits midwest we will show you what it was like inside the monster twister and how climate change could be affecting wild weather patterns. also actor george clooney making a big announcement from his future we will get the but what goes best with thanksgiving turkey? we will get expert advice on why the paring, all ahe
son of the well known actor has come forward with a sex assault allegation against kevin spacey. harry dryfuss, son of the richard dryfuss, claims space i groped him in 2008 at just 18 years old. at a piece published in but feed he alleged space i touched him in a prep eighthly while he and his father were rehearsing lines in space i's london home. elder dryfuss said he is proud of his son, for coming for.
meantime justice league actor ben affleck is examining his own behavior in the fire storm of the sex assault allegations surrounding hollywood. affleck recently apologized after video re-surfaced of him inappropriately touching a female hoe of the total request live in 2003. in an interview yesterday, affleck says he wants to make sure he is part of the solution and number of actors agree saying they want to help make things better. >> you cannot legislate away predatory behavior. everybody's eyes are opened, right now, i hope that they remain opened. >> i feel that there seems to be a huge paradigm shift which is necessary not only in this business but all of the world and different industries. >> it is time to really clean up its act and it will permeate other industries, i think. >> in the three weeks since the first allegations were leveled against harvey weinstein 20 prominent mens were forced to defend or
apologize for past inappropriate behavior. tyreese gibson is getting much needed financial help from a philadelphia nate i have mid bitter legal battle with his ex-wife, fast and furious star posted this photo after will smith and wife jada pink it gave him five million-dollar to cover court costs, last week gibson posted an emotional video to social media claiming he spending $13,000 a month in legal fees and has not been allowed to see his doubt are for two months. meteorologist kate bilo joins us now, and we start another workweek, kate, and you know, this weekend seems like it was, things were happening. >> it got balmy again today. >> it is warm out there. >> sure is. >> cloudy, warm, a little humid. a cold front was approaching and it is moving through, right now, and if you like that fall chill, get ready because it will get real chilly. >> real. >> okay. >> we're talking coldest air of the season heading in to
philadelphia by the end of the week booboo before that cold air gets here we will talk about the threat for rain in the future not only tonight but over next couple days as well. we will get in to it start off with a look outside, into bethlehem right now and you can see things are looking dark. we have set those clocks back yesterday, i don't know about any other parents out there but i have seen 5:00 a.m. a couple too many times in my life past couple days and everybody is adjust advertise children especially to this time change and their parents. you can see how dark? sunset before 5:00 o'clock in bethlehem and now, it looks beautiful out there still light in the sky. same story in margate where day is coming to an end down the shore looking nice there as well, as well as quiet. we don't have a whole lot in the way of wet weather in, margate, atlantic city down toward wildwoods we have a chance for showers to move through that is front clears the area behind it, cooler air moves in whole area of low
pressure will sneak in along tail end of that front just starting to move into kentucky right here and that will sneak by to our south tomorrow bringing threat for rain to parts of our area especially south of philadelphia tomorrow almost like we will see in the wintertime a clipper system that comes through to the south, snow to the north and mix to the south not quite cold enough to get snow but in the poconos there will be a chance for few flakes as we will show you when that system comes through. otherwise very mild. sixty-eight in philadelphia. fifty-six in allentown. forty-three in mount pocono. see that northwest wind just starting to pick up and temperatures are dropping in northwestern suburbs. front will clear tonight quickly once skies clear, temperatures will drop but then cloud will roll back in by 10:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. voting tomorrow early stay dry , in the afternoon, well, it will get wet. mostly staying south of the city, showers in the city but heavier rain over delaware, south jersey tomorrow night at this time. it just keeps coming through tonight and even into wednesday morning especially off to the south but showers
to start your wednesday before we gradually dry things out wednesday evening and then cooler air really starts to filter in starting on thursday what to expect as far as rain time and a stray shower this evening maybe a stray rumble of thunder, showers in the afternoon tomorrow some heavy especially to the south and wednesday we will start with a chance for showers mainly to the south. once we clear these showers out by the end of the week it is coldest air of the season. temperatures start to plumet tonight but by week's end, high will only be in the 40's, and we will have our first lows in the 30's here in philadelphia tomorrow for your election day forecast some sunshine early late day rain especially from the city on south, it may stay dry in the northwestern suburbs with just a shower but may want to bring umbrella heading out to vote, same story on wednesday, take a look at friday and veterans day saturday high temperatures only in the 40's. >> wow. >> that is a little more than a light jacket. >> yes, it is. >> here it comes for real.
>> thanks, kate. still ahead on "eyewitness news" it is early november but many people have started holiday shopping. >> we have new information on the stores that will be opened and another store that will start black friday sales early and which one will let you take a break, don. inside locker room look at doug pederson's pose game speech what the head coach told his players that literally made them jump
a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. 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.
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.
penn state mascot has a priceless reaction coming up on "eyewitness news" at 6:00 that the lion and excited students, in that frenzy. >> how about that. >> yes. >> how about that. >> crack me up. >> awesome. >> that looks like eagles nation. >> yes. >> what a week even. >> wow. >> did anything happen yesterday. >> just a little something, something. >> how much fun was that. >> a 50 spot. >> it continues. eagles lineman brandon brooks has a name for doug pederson he was quoted as calling head
coach a mad scientists and in sports that ace i beautiful compliment. doug's play calling has been brilliant, bird are only team in the nfl to score 20 points in every single game. here's dougie fresh after yesterday's 28-point win. >> we talk about take aways, defense take aways, owe even if we don't give them nothing. you don't give teams anything. you have a great opportunity to win. we said we would be what, eight-one. we're eight-one. however, guys, if you realize where you are sitting right now you don't want to jeopardize that, right. we have a lot of unfinished business to do, right. you started something special. let's finish something special the remainder on this have season. urea fleck on the first nine weeks but then we make even a stronger push when we come back. you commit for three weeks, okay. you committed for three and did you that. you did that.
>> hold on, hold on, hold on. listen. >> hey, we will see you in a week. >> that is great. >> doug knows how to bury the lead. he just gave his guys off a whole week, okay, so they play two weeks begins dallas. guys wanted to here it, give it to me is what the news, stop, you have a week off. >> nice. >> there is a little excited. >> you why yes, well deserved. >> all right, buddy, thanks very much. you may remember our greg argos was here to tell but eagles odd of making to it that big game. >> after win yesterday you are back with an update on the numbers. >> that is right. >> even with the strongest
record in the ffl, predicted markets show eagles chance of going to and winning the super bowl has only increased about two percentage points from two weeks ago. we wanted to find out why. >> fifteen, 10, five, he dives >> reporter: in the league based on numbers, the eagles eight-one record sure looks pretty good right now. >> touchdown eagles. >> but one number that really matters is this one. >> how far are they going. >> i think they can go all the way to the super bowl. >> i really have a strong gut feeling that this may be our year. >> i don't want to jinks it by talking about it. i'm just happy. >> reporter: but what is the probability of an actual eagles super bowl win? >> i would like to analyze the gambling market. >> reporter: few weeks ago we interviewed, associate professor george deemer with temple school of sport tourism and hospitality management. eagles had a 10 to 11 percent chance of winning a super bowl now it is looking better.
>> in the area have 12 to 15 percent. >> still behind new england patriots at 22 percent. >> you never know what will happen in the future. >> reporter: deemer says markets allowed a modest increase in the eagles winning the big game since there are two regular season game against rival dallas cowboys. >> dallas cowboys are still pretty dominant team in our division, and we have yet to play them yet. >> reporter: historically last four times eagles held a eight -one record they have advanced to the championship game, problem is deemer says historical data is not a reliable predictor. >> most people will say that is too small sample size to have any confidence. >> reporter: basically, leave the confidence, to the fans. >> i want to have this parade down broad street. >> the city will go insane. >> reporter: bottom line is uncertainty over those to games over cowboys and one factor you cannot anticipate which your injuries. >> that is right, right. >> okay. >> let's go bird. >> you won't say it. >> won't say it.
>> s and the b. >> no, not from me. >> not on this show. >> all right, thanks, guys. coming up next, inside a tornado. >> storm chasers show us inside of a twister we will show you damage and talk about how some say climate change is affecting all of this wild weather, vittoria. >> reporter: thankfully the season of scare is behind us and now it is season of savoring all of those beautiful moments with friends and family. we are visiting a local vineyard and they will show you great wine for
now surveying the damage. lets show you video from port land, indiana near ohio border twister caused significant damage along its path flipping tractor trailers and damaging homes. storm chasers in central indian air given a firsthand look what it is like to be caught up in a tornado this happened 30 miles north of the indianapolis yesterday. it caused street signs to shake violently and blew most of the roof off a local barn. the same system that pummeled indiana led to tornadoes in ohio, this is video from east of cleveland near pennsylvania state line. you can see homes, build there's reduced to ruble with debris in all directions. there is no word on injuries and the storms there left many , without power. tornadoes in november are fairly rarest specially in the midwest but uncommon weather is becoming increasingly more common, due to the impact of global climate change. >> latest national climate assessment was released by 13 federal agencies and meteorologist lauren casey breaks it down in the einstein
health care science center. >> reporter: report scientist from his 13 federal agencies released fourth national climate assessment on friday and some statistics on the effects of global warming are astounding confirming a reality that our normal weather will continue to be increasingly less so. now average annual temperature of the earth has increased nearly 2 degrees, since 1901 with the last three years the warmest ever on record. and that human activities especially those greenhouse gas emissions are the dominant cause of the observed warming since mid 20th century. now thousands of studies conducted by researchers around the world have documented changeness ocean, atmosphere temperatures, melting glazers, diminishing snow cover, shrinking sea ice, rising sea levels and ocean acid. now our global average sea level has listen by seven or 8 h
about half of that just since 1993. the frequency of daily tidal flooding is accelerated in 25 atlantic and gulf coast cities sea levels unfortunately are expected to continue to rise by one to 4 feet, through 2100 , they will rise as much as 8 feet cannot be ruled out. we are seeing impact of heat waves they have become more frequent nationwide since 1960 's, large forest fires particularly in the western u.s. increased since 1980's and only projected to increase annual trends toward earlier spring snow melt and reduced snow pack are already affecting water resources in the western u.s. another signal of climate change is increased frequency in heavy rainfall events with the largest observed change is here in the northeast. in the einstein health care science center i'm meteorologist lauren casey. president trump is wrapping up first leg of his five nation trip to asia along meeting with japan's prime
minister in toke yes, president discussed improving u.s. trade in the region to north korea's growing nuclear threat. in the speech to business executives this morning the president also suggested that japanese auto makers open manufacturing plants in the u.s. >> try building your cars in the united states is that too possible to ask? is that rude to ask i don't think so. >> president trump will continue his tour of asia tomorrow and will get to south korea's capitol sit irv sewell federal judge said she's not ready to lift paul manafort's house arrest until certain conditions are met in, court today judge ordered manafort and business associate rick gates, to provide more details about their personal wealth, and a commitment to give up those assets if they failed to show up for future hearings. the pair was decided last week and special counsel's investigation of russian meddling in the presidential election. they both pleaded not guilty. closing arguments are wrapped up in the corruption
trial of the new jersey senator bob menendez, prosecutors alleged that the new jersey democrat accepted gifts from florida eye doctor salmon melgen in exchange for political favors. both menendez and melgen deny charges claiming these gifts reflect their long time friendship. the trial is now in its tenth week. a bomb shell announce. from actor george clooney. >> he says he is stepping back from acting. what cost that mean? entertainment tonight's kevin frazier has more from los angeles. >> reporter: aim sure you have been counting the day but it has born a year since he has starred in the movie and now he is revealing why you he is ready to exit stage left. >> you have to figure out is what best to do i'm looking for different kind of rolls now. >> different rolls. >> but you have to keep putting a softer lens on the camera until it noise good. >> really. >> now george is taking things one step further admitting he
is preparing telling london sunday times i'm 56. i'm in the the guy that gets the girl anymore. instead clooney's more keen on directing. his sixth and mess recent gig calling the shots suburbancan starring matt damon and julianne more. known a year since he has acted and his last three films didn't perform well in theaters but for clooney, it is not about money telling times acting used to be how i paid the rent but i sold tequilla company for a billion dollars, i don't need money. for george, it looks like any acting will come in his own passion project. we will have much more in et tonight, i'm kevin frazier now back to you ukee and guess contact earlier in the season you weren't 100 percent behind your bird, look at them now. >> excuse me, excuse me. >> can i vouch for you here. i sit next to him every day, five days a week and you have always been mr. optimistic. >> my man deaf just trying to stir something up. >> that might be right.
>> he must be talking to clarence washington or something, got us confused, i will text him after this show. shopping sales on thanksgiving and black friday we have some information for you, including one store that wants you to shop, but still take a break. also tonight a new test that can help if you are too tired to drive how what you say can give you away. also john stamos hit the stage and screen for a sweet role. hoe is paying tribute to in the hot minute. kate? just coming off weekend and already looking ahead to the next one and it looks like a chilly start to the weekend especially dry on saturday for veterans day but cold, highs will not make it past 40's spotty shower possible sunday and chill remains in the air through the weekend, definitely going to start feeling more like november around here. why are south jerseyans turning against steve sweeney?
it's because sweeney's been exposed as a double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator at the same time. sweeney voted to raise taxes 145 times while our economy continues to struggle. south jersey is a mess, and it's time to take out the trash. on november 7th, make a change. dump sweeney.
toys-r-us is bucking the trend of closing on thanksgiving today toy chain announced it will be opened for black friday shopping for 30 straight hours, shopping marathon will kick off at 5:00 d not end until 11:00 p.m. on black friday. opening on the holiday has been a tradition for retailer since 2009. meanwhile target will give its shoppers a bit of downtime , stores will open up at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving, same as pennsylvania few years new however stores will close at midnight and then reopen, at 6:00 a.m. on black friday. also, new this year shoppers with the target credit card will get early access to more than 100 deals on line, the
testing your sleepiness with your voice, on the healthwatch tonight researchers are working on technology that can tell if drivers are too tired to drive , based on how they talk. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here to explain how it all works. >> reporter: this is cool technology, guys. tired drivers cause countless accidents, not getting enough sleep, slows reaction times, and some people could even fall asleep behind the wheel. well, now speech scientists in the uk have developed and they are developing a system that detects when people are too tired to drive. fran snider spend thousands of hours in his truck each month and says he sees a lot of tired drivers. >> driving six or seven hours.
you can see them, going all the way to the right. >> reporter: british speech scientists say a driver's voice cannery veal just how tired they are behind the wheel. >> they have develop an audio al gore wrist tomorrow extract information that revealed, fatigue. >> you can see very tolt change that he is occur even within one shift, of a word. >> reporter: researchers analyzed speech of the driver touring his shift every two hours. they found changing in the pitch, rhythm, quality of the workers voice showed his level of tiredness. >> we're going to do build a model of the person's voice by making multiple recordings over a period of time. >> reporter: drowsy drivers cause thousands of fatal drivers each year. >> but war thing that can happen controller say you are sounding very tired, we suggest you just stop, and have a break for 15 minutes before you carry on. >> reporter: scientists say spotting fatigue could save lives and they hope to create a commercial device in the next few years. now researchers say device they are working on would be a
type of system inside the vehicle that would record a driver's voice and then send to it a fatigue monitoring center. now the driver would then, theoretically be warned it is not safe to drive. interesting technology. >> yes. >> but it is not just slurring there are other subtle kinds of things they are looking for >> got to be safe. >> indeed. >> new technology. >> thanks, stephanie. slippery conditions shut down interstate 90 in washington state sunday. those conditions closed both lanes of the highway, several times, throughout the morning and afternoon when the highway reopened, drivers had to take it slow. that is a lot for november, guys. let's just wait a few more weeks for us. >> that moves west to east, that is three and a half weeks from here. >> about three days from here. >> oh, no. >> but we're not seeing that. >> temperatures are not conducive. but as we head into, tuesday night or wednesday in the poconos is there a system
moving by to the south and enough cold air moves in there could be a few flakes in the poconos. we're heading toward that time but not prime time snow yet. lets hope that is still away off. we have a pretty glummy conditions out there this evening. been a glummy day all day and now the sunnies down, it is dark outside, cooler air, is moving our area as this front, clears. lets look at outside and show you what we did last week at this time. we were looking at beautiful sunset colors in the sky. now looking a lot of gray, just tiny bit of light left in the sky perhaps showing you outline of the cloud there over franklin institute. beautiful shot mounted atop the parkway central library any center city philadelphia mild day to day, you did need jacket outside today, the kid may be got away with wearing a pair of short sleeve shirts under a jacket this morning but not anymore, wardrobes are changing. i change overall of my kid drawers this weekend because you'll need long pants, long
pants, sweat shirts, maybe hats and gloves by the weekend our eyewitness weather watchers checking in with well above average. normal high 59. we are seeing mid 60's with the sundown across the region. sixty-five kennett martin's home in willingboro. he has nothing to say just enjoying a glummy evening at 65. sixty-three with lou rou in eagleville and what does lou to have say? anything to say. pressure rising rapidly. that is right as our front clears high pressure building in, skies are clearing. pressure rising. temperatures dropping. that is what we are seeing through tonight, and into tomorrow. and great foliage shots that mapel trees are the best look, a lot of them are burnt orange color this is a great one wayne hunter sent this in the same kind of tree from ed connor. not the same, actually, red this morning. i'm not good with my plants and gardening new looks great. that may be a burning bush. lets look at is what going on our live neighborhood network. there is no live. this is time lapse from
earlier today. you can see it is mostly gray. sun tried to break out, once or twice we had a few peaks of blue skies but really just a cloudy day on balance. sixty-five right now. not a lot of rain, coming down with this front. couple of showers starting to form as this front clears through delaware and new jersey. so most of this threat for showers, has ended for philadelphia and points north and west but if you are south ande you may pick up a stray shower before the night is over and then we have to watch our next system this little storm right here which will kind of zoom right along that stalled frontal boundary into tomorrow afternoon. it will bring rain which could be heavier at times to the south. so that cool air starting to filter in as pressure rises, cooler air arriving, down to 56 in allentown already, contrast that with 68 here in philadelphia couple of showers through the rest of this evening, that clears quickly we will start you're lex day tomorrow with some sun but by 11:00 a.m. it is dry but cloudy. watch out how rain creeps in, it is mainry right along pennsylvania delaware border and points south couple
showers to the north but heaviest will be for shore and delaware ongoing all day, dries out by midnight and then another round of showers, wednesday morning and these are the better chance of making it further north before clearing out wednesday afternoon. so, your rain for tomorrow, the shore sees the most widespread heaviest rain as well as delaware. philadelphia and suburbs, most likely south jersey suburbs will see rain, spotty light showers in berks county and lehigh valley and maybe even an isolated snow shower in the poconos and then temperature really will drop, by friday, look at that 49 degrees, the high, talk about foliage quickly. we are at our peak foliage across the area, little later then average this year but we are seeing peak of those fall colors. gradual clearing turning chilly 42 degrees, by saturday that is almost the day time high, and a chilly start to the weekend, 40's friday and saturday and another chance of rain by sunday. ukee and jessica. kate, thank you. shawn diddy combs has a
new name and sound like a homage to philadelphia plus another reboot as we move to hollywood. bex from 96.5 has more stories in the hot minute. >> thanks, ukee and guess contact we will kick off with alex baldwin and his family who shares some exciting news, to social media, as they prior to welcome a new member to the family. fifty-nine year-old actor and his wife used a confetti theme cake that looks delicious to reveal gender on have their fourth child together. and, accord together video, it is a boy, the pair shares the moment with their three children age four, two, 13 months. that will be one hectic household, filled with lots of loves for their new brother. and brotherly love is something philly knows all b it might be inspiration for sean ddy combs new moniker. >> my new name is love, aka, brother love. >> brother love is no stranger to the name change, world, in the 1997 he was known as puff
daddy, then sean john, puffy, p diddy, dropped the d and just diddy and then king combs for a week. then he believe the change comes ahead of the release of his sixth studio album due out in december. and john stamos who paid tribute to gene wilder by stepping foot in his shoes for a special live to film concert presentation, of the 1971 classic williewonka and chocolate factory. look at john go in the night of pure imagination, stranger things star wolf hart played charlie while weird al owned the stage as the leader. that is your hot minute i'm be x from today's 96.5. >> all right. >> i got make a list. >> i got to do research i think there has been a brother love. >> brother love. >> that can be the next thing. >> still ahead, red, white, dessert wine, so many to
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regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. well, halloween in the rear view, sights are set on the holidays that means it is time for all of the most festive food, beveraging our vittoria woodill made it out to crossing vineyardness newtown to pair the best wine with holiday meal favorites. >> it is true labor of love going in to this glass. >> reporter: although grapes are gone from the vines and gorgeous crossing vineyardness
bucks county tis the sees ton let them shine dinner table and season of entertaining. crossing vineyard's president tom carroll and his dog are going to share with me, four of their 25 different wines. that will pair perfectly on halladay table. including, one that is making its debut for the first time this year. >> it was just on these vines and now six weeks it is in the bottle. >> reporter: it is called nuvo and fresh start to any course. >> traditionally made to pair with whatever you would serve at thanksgiving, so it goes great with the turkey and great with all of the side. >> when your tongue almost starts to create moisture, after you have something tart, this does that, and it just gives it a succulent sip. erect mends a reeseeling. >> it tend to pair it has a hint of sweetness. >> reporter: main course try pea no information. >> it age for 12 months in okafor sophisticated, pallet maybe not for sipping on its
own but pair it with the dinner another match made in heaven. >> reporter: would you recommend serving it in the cantor. >> i'm happy you brought that up this will blow you away. i also recommend that for our nuvo but the nuvo wine as well it brings out freshness and the fruit and oak more. >> reporter: for sweet, spices and everything nice their chocolate cherry truffle wine. >> we have cherries from the, we have cherry, fruit, in the nuvo, so imagine that all combined, and the fermentation stopped when chocolate brandy. >> wow. >> do you see that. >> are you santa claus of wine >> i don't know, maybe, maybe. >> you are here, aren't you. >> yes. >> you want to try nuvo wine you have to make it out to the festival this weekend, it is part of the bucks county wine trail on saturday, november 11th and sunday in 12th from 12 to 6:00. >> it is that time of the year >> yes, it is, isn't it. >> just enjoy it. >> it looks so fall.
>> i feel a little hog warts in this outfit. >> but thank you. it felt better to wave a wine glass. >> i understand. >> yes. >> beautiful vineyard. great time today. >> good stuff, thanks. that will do it for "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 investigators identified 21 year-old found dead in the creek. i'm anita oh in southwest philadelphia the message her family has for her killer. and meek mill back in the courtroom the reason the philly based rapper was in front of the judge and the jail time he is facing. plus, still, soaring, maybe we are getting used to this, another convincing win forbidder. sports director don bell breaks down the broncho beat down at the linc, katie. we are tracking more rain in your future. will it rain for your election day voting plans? we will have the forecast for tomorrow and tell you when the coldest air of the season will arrive. "eyewitness news" at 6:00 starts right now.
cameras all over the city. we're tracking every possible lead, every possible avenue to develop suspects and get someone arrested for this. >> reporter: twenty-one year-old taken too soon, tonight police are trying to figure out who killed her and her family comes to grips with the senseless crimes. good evening, i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. police say that woman was strangled her body found in cobbs creek last week. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is live in southwest philadelphia with the latest on the investigation and the response from her heart broken family, anita? >> reporter: ukee and jessica, as you can imagine they are overwhelmed with grief, kiera johnson was an honor student and dean's list at a local art school and now they are trying to track her latest movements and her killer. >> she... >> that is message eric jet