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dilworth park. january, good morning to you. >> good morning, boy, is it a coal morning out here, in center city, but, if you decide to come out for some free ice skating, later this afternoon, definitely want to bundle up. but hey, it is free, worth it, right? the dilworth park ice skating rink opens for the very first time at noon today. then there is three hours of free skating. you can see, workers here live putting the final touches on the ice, but you know what, if you just want to soak in the view, and ice skating isn't your thing, i got something for you, right off to the left over here. this is casino of where i want to be right now. there is a heating station, as well, so you can warm up inbetween laps around the ring. >> possibly yet another long cold winter. >> from lee heighten, and allentown, to hatfield, and quakertown. folks tried to shield themselves from the first sign of winter. flurries, fell, furiously at times. >> covering the final blooms
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of one season, and signalling the change to another. >> excited for the season, good to see it little earlier, but definitely looking forward to the snow coming out. >> but not everyone is so pleased, as commuters tried to carefully make their way home on slick roads last night. >> we will get hit this year, i know that. >> a prediction hardware store own remembers also take to go heart. >> this year we ordered a lot more salt, shovels, calcium, you know, and we try to gauge what we think the winter will be. >> andy ziegel, fairmount hardware, remembers, what last year's winter brought, so this year, he's prepared with heaters, scrapers, firewood, insulation, and salt. >> they know they'll need this stuff. >> a lot of snow this year, so might as well get it early before we get the first big, big snowfall. >> buying extra salt. i already had two bags in my front entryway. >> others would rather just hold onto fall for a little bit longer.
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>> do you have any salt? >> no. >> got to get thon. >> yes. >> so come out for free ice skating this afternoon, that runs from noon until 3:00. after that adult $4, kids under ten years old cost $3, skate rental will cost you an additional $8. after today, seven days a week, through february. so definately have time to come, enjoy the view, enjoy the new ring here at dilworth park. reporting live in center city, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> very, very nice, jan, thank you. >> let's get our traffic and weather together right now here's katie. >> little burst every winds rolled through the skydeck, oh, did not feel good. i'm warning you, be sure have the heavy coat. waiting for train, waiting for bus, something like, that for couple every minutes, that's all it will take for it to feel awfully cold to you. these are temperatures that we have actually seen, in recent mornings, but now it is that winds, that is your xfactor.
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but going back in time, we talk little more about the snow that fell down in allentown, pick up half inch, few little sweet spots that we hit, though, with some pretty decent accumulation, all on unpaved surfaces in well caln township hit 2.1 inches out in chaddsford, though, only few tents after inch. that was generally the most you found in most locations. out we go, to the live neighborhood network where the wind notice the direction more than anything, comes straight out of the northwest, and because of that, it will make that temperature of 34 degrees in cape may courthouse feel oh, easily five to 10 degrees colder. so you want to sort of do the meat in your -- math in your head, heavy coats required, as a result. storm scan3, at least clearing out, getting sunshine, but look at these temperatures. bad enough, right? or cold enough. some people like it, let's be honest, but when you factor in that wind, yes, it will send the chills through your bones i think. now, as the day progresses we can expect the temperatures to eventually moderate into the mid 40's, but, it really puts it into perspective when you look at nashville. little rock, birmingham, and they're more than 10 degrees
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squealed err than us down in alabama. ya, it could be a lot worse. so perspective is something to be said here. but we can expect to see that sun all day here today at least. 45 degrees, our expected highs as i mentioned, but do the math in your head it, will feel colder whenever that winds blows. >> thank you, good morning, everyone. we start first with the platt bridge. we are about an hour or so away, from the closure of the eastbound side of the platt. that's heading down toward 26 and penrose. closing the eastbound side of the platt bridge between nine a.m. and 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. all because of construction, so stick with 95, and hop over the girard point bridge, as an alternate. speaking of 95, this is look at the southbound side as you make your way into downtown philadelphia. you are jammed, making the commute and the trip, really from the northeast all the way down through to the vine. you will have points where it does open up, but generally speaking a slow go. same thing if you are traveling on the schuylkill expressway, traveling 76, throughout your western suburbs, even around center city, speed censors dip down into the 20's, and teens.
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if you are traveling in radnor, we do have an accident, lancaster avenue, at aberdeen avenue. so, keep that in mind. also, an accident on the pa turnpike, just beyond downingtown, blogging lane there, causing bit of traffic. and, we do have a flyers game, versus blackjack et cetera, at the wells fargo center tonight, later on tonight you'll be seeing those rush hour delays forming on top of rush hour. so, we're got a lot to talk about even all day. ukee? >> vittoria, thank you. happening today, another day in court for delvin barnes, accused of kidnapping carlesha in germantown. will determine if barnes stays behind bars. >> is philadelphia city council annual all till at this commission holds hearing on pgw future. councils i he will already block plans for $2 billion deal to sell the company. mayor michael nutter is still pushing for a sale. he'll appear before the puc hearing starts at 10:00 this morning at drexel university. >> accused trooper killer eric frein faces new charges this morning, prosecutors added terrorism to the list after frein told them he wanted to,
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quote, wake people up. authorities say, a thumb drive belonging to frein also contained a letter that spoke of a revolution. frein's accused every killing a pennsylvania state trooper, and wounding another. new this morning, president obama continues his visit to myamar, meeting today with the country's opposition icon. as susan macinnis reports, the president is also gearing up for a fight back in washington over immigration. >> president obama, and myamar opposition leader met today to talk about democratic reform in the country, and the challenges keeping her from running for president next year. >> it is time for the voice of the people of bedroom -- burma to be heard in a transparent reelection. >> met had he home where the opposition leader spends 15 years under house arrest for challenging the country rulers. she has since risen through parliament, fighting for reform for the nation formerly known as burma.
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>> in the end it is the people of burma will decide where this country is going to and in which way and how. >> but even halfway across the globe, president obama was forced to address challenges he faces here in washington on arrange of issues, including his plans to reform the immigration system, with or without the help of congress. >> if in fact congress failed to act, i would use all of the lawful authorities that i possess, to try it make the system work better. that's going to happen. >> president plans to use his executive powers to shield 5 million undocumented immigrants working in the u.s. from deportation. republicans say they'll fight him. >> our goal here is to stop the president from violating his own oath of office and violating the constitution. >> a senior white house official says the president could announce hissings as early as next week. susan macinnis, "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> you might want to say what heff here is failure to communicate. department of homeland security says that's why white
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house fence jump err got inside the executive mansion two months ago. the report says one of the agents didn't hear the alert because he was on his personal cell phone. the department says it is implementing changes system-wide in light of that report. another ebola pain sent coming to the united states for treatment. cbs news confirms, surgeon from sierra leone will be flown to nebraska medical center in omaha this weekend. the doctor is a citizen of the west african nation, but also, has permanent us residency. it is unclear if the doctor contracted the virus while treating ebola patients. >> right now, it is 8:08. and the cake boss arrested for drunk driving. >> coming up next on the "cw" philly, what the reality star allegedly told police when they pulled him over. ♪ >> hey, snowflakes fell last night, and now that chilly air is settling in. katie has your forecast, and some of your snow pictures
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that you guys sent out on social media. thanks so much for those. we're going to show you some of them coming up. we'll be right back. i think i was running to find something. within the first 48 hours is when i met my first pimp. he approached me and said, i'll teach you how to take care of yourself. >> i am you. i have been there. i know who you are and what's going on inside of you. god rescues and he re deems.
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>> some places saw their first snowfall. >> people in the deep south are getting a chilly wake-up call, freeze warnings, posted
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along the gulf coast, from texas, to the panhandle, of florida. >> in houston, rush to drop off donations for the homeless. is the it i going through it first freeze earlier than normalment some area schools even caught off guard. several reported problems with heating systems. cold temperatures were brought in by an arctic front, that's been marching across the country all week. >> slowing down drivers n ohio, 18 wheelers couldn't even escape tricky travel conditions. and, look at the back up on this highway, at 8:00 last night. in the rockies in denver, temperatures dip down to negative 14 degrees thursday, snapping a nearly 100 year old record. the same cold air caused dangerous black ice to form on portland, oregon highways last night. now word even more cold air is expected next week. >> this pattern is locked in,
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big ridge overall lascar, that's allowed the cold air to come southwards, but the next shot, which comes down to start next week, will actually go deeper and farther east, that could mean temperatures 20 to 35 degrees below normal, for many. don champion, "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> i even heard some areas it was painful to take a deep breath, that cold. >> that doesn't surprise me. if you recall from last winter, i mean, any time weed had to go outside in that polar vortex, dome of cold air, it was so brutal. so really feeling for those folks. meanwhile we're cold too. obviously cold enough for snow. showing you pictures that came in through the hashtag cbs-3 snow. any time we have it coming down use the hashtag, send us cool shots like this. here, little dusting here there is one sent in from allison, winter has arrived, ton of hash tags to go with the snow, november, 2014, pennsylvania, and the list goes on, she sent that in from chester county. doug sent in some obviously snow covered windshields here.
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and actually progression over about an hour's time. this from southampton, new jersey, and again that came in over the past hour. thanks for. that will doug, meanwhile, will move on. i love this one. another says: at cbs-3 weather, our weather team's twitter handle if you want to follow us. nothing about this that i like. i love that. snow on my mums in pottstown. quick. hashtag yuck. no less. meanwhile we move on here. >> this one came in from julie johnson at cbs philly. temple university, you can tell, with the street light there, the snow coming down, 12th and cecil b. moore was where she took that, hashtag cbs-3 snowment probably my favorite. so cute. very picturesque look here, from christina, hashtag cbs-3 snow all she said. and her two little ones here outlooks like they're trying to catch the first snowflakes on their toungue. reminds me of charlie brown christmas little bit there. we take a look what the rest of the forecast has in store here. talking about the chill across the rest of the country, it
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could absolutely be so much worse. you know, currently we are at 36 degrees, these are the current temperature values for you here at philadelphia, but here is where we stand currently in chicago, denver, billings, montana, rapid city. oh, my gosh, so much colder out in those locations, so we put it in perspective here. storm scan3 emptying out. we get more sunshine, and quick check on the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, we keep that chill around for the next seven days, and throw a storm system snack dab in the middle for monday. right now looks like mainly heavier rain. vittoria, over to you. >> thank you so much, katie. your rush hour commute is definitely out there. the good thing is that, well, as much as it is sunny outside, what is the good thing that i was going to say? we have sun glare. that's not good thing, though. took bit after turn. traveling on 422 in in the eastbound direction, sun glare, nice thing is that it is a sunny day, that's what i was trying to spit out of my mouth. soap, eastbound 422 watch out for delays out of royersford, all the way down to 202, notice they are swing that camera around, just to show you the back up that delay.
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but it is out there. traveling on the ben franklin bridge, not too much of a problem, really. maybe you're going to hit just touch of volume at eighth and vine, once you get down that westbound side, the ben moving great. traveling in new jersey 295 southbound at 47, we had accident occur here. seeing delays stemming back toward the 42 and affecting the 42 freeway. traveling in whitemarsh, stenton avenue at joshua road, we have an accident in montgomery county. and note this for 9:00 a.m., until 3:00 p.m., the platt bridge will be closed due to repairs, so definitely good idea to stay on 95 and use the girard point as an alternate. >> thank you. >> buddy arrested. >> suspicion every drunk driving, our sister station, cbs2 in new york tells us, the reality star facing some serious allegations. >> you have so many fans that love you. >> just no comment right now. >> the usually outspoken cake boss, dodged questions, outside manhattan criminal
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court, minutes before, 37 year old bar toll owe buddy was arraigned, on two charges, for drunk driving. >> he is a celebrity held to higher standard, but certainly unfortunate. >> police say the reality show star was serving along this stretch of tent avenue near hudson yard, 2014 yellow corvette like this one. officers pulled him over, around 1:00 a.m. then he the -- he failed the breathalyzer test. he said you can't arrest me, i'm the cake boss. >> did you tell cops you can't arrest me i'm the cake boss? >> no. no one's power goes above the law. so he probably shouldn't have said that, and maybe he little bit of remembers for him. >> asly, also said, can you just put me in a cab. i don't have to be arrested. i'm not a bad guy. at his famous bake shop in hoe bobbing glenn workers, were quiet. but some customers, defended
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him. >> i think his bakery still probably will do very well. and i think, you know, everybody makes mistakes. >> he promises fans -- >> i will comment soon, i promise. >> l 18:00. >> well, for the first time the man with the tallest recorded height in the world and the shortest man in the world met in london. fulton coal son of turkis 8 feet 3 inches tall. he can reach a basketball hoop without jumping. which is 10 feet tall. and sandra of napal, 21 and a half inches tall, verified by guiness word records. wow. that's amazing, amazing. 8:18. and preparations are underway for this year's national dog show. >> the competition is taking place this weekend in montgomery county. "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer at the greater philadelphia expo center in oaks right now to tell you more about it, hey, nick? >> hey, good morning, ukee, erika. here at the national dog show of course, actual event,
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doesn't start until tomorrow t goes through sunday. but having a blast, actually joined by the host of this year's show, and pretty much the show every year, david fry. so much fun out here in oaks, pennsylvania, what do folks have to look forward to? >> we have 1500 dogs, you get to walk through the bench and groom area, see all of them up close and personal. >> real quick, at the grooming area right now. what does it take to get some of these dogs ready for the ring? >> some dogs need a lot of work. we talk about great groomers can create nice dog out of pile of hair. so, some of it can be ill lure area, some of it can just be what really is, there and that's why the judges are putting their hands on them. >> we'll talk to one of the owners whose dogs are ready for the big show coming up on the "cw" fill any just a few minute, we send it back to you in the studio. >> see you both then. >> love the styling stools,
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flat irons, hair spray. >> that's big business back there. >> 8:20. and a story that takes the cake, you might say. the strange item from the royal couple that is going up for auction. >> something to get you in the holiday spirit of the season, floating festive event, in south america. >> first though here's what's coming up tonight on the "cw philly". merry christmas! thanks but this gift, it's kind of half-fast. what's wrong? we still have cable internet, so our uploads are half the speed of our downloads. so i'll be half-fast when i share my photos. and i'll do a half-fast job updating my blog.
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>> here is a chance to grab slight of prince william and princess cake's wedding cake. hearing june yan auction of beverly hills pulling the couple's three greer old fruit cake, on the auction block, next month. ya, three year old fruit cake. but hey, people buy it. the cake will come in decorated gold continue, and will also include a blank wedding invitation, written on queen elizabeth's stationary. the opening bids, start at $500. >> so safe to say that won't be used as doorstep like some? >> other than the fact that they had it, i mean, three year old fruit cake? >> fruit cake. >> i like fruit cakes, but i got to eat it fresh. >> no kidding. >> that's something. almost time to check out the wormed's largest floating
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christmas trees. >> oh, ya, that at the floating floating in rio de janeiro, measures 278 feet tall. rio had been decorating the lagoon since 1996, but the floating tree, and shore line full of holiday light. organizers expect thousands of people to visit. i bet that's amazing, when it is all done, with light on it. >> oh, yes, gorgeous indeed. we'll take a short break. you're watching "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". good morning, family, see now lit bit. ♪
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> good morning, everyone, i'm ukee washington, in the news, we're following breaking news, this morning, robbery at north philadelphia fast-food restaurant, police say, three men robbed mcdonald's over at 21st and lehigh just after 5:00 o'clock this morning. that restaurant opens at 6:00. opened at 6:00ment investigators tell cbs-3 the mask thieves walked in, pulled out guns, and got away with a undisclosed amount of cash. >> katie has your forecast, over in the weather center, good morning. >> ukee, cold one, once again, we expect temperatures to only get into the mid four's here today. that's coal enough. definitely colder than average. we've also got breeze starting to kick n as the breeze kicks in, knocks the temperatures back in terms of thousand feels outside. so, storm scan3, while quiet, nice blue skies out, there certainly have some snow out there on the grassy surfaces
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up toward the pocono region, too. but skies have cleared niceliment it is blustery and chilly today, high again only 45 degrees, will feel more like the 30's at any point at best. tonight we drop down to 29 under clear sky. the worse of that win really tapers off. by tomorrow, left with just bright sunshine, but the chill is still here. still, dry, but more clouds on sunday, and then, looks like, pretty soggy start to the week here with the next storm system moving in by monday. vittoria? >> thank you so much, katie. good morning, everyone, unfortunately traveling southbound on 95, right around the area of 420, that's not too far away from the philadelphia international airport. we are now dealing with an accident, which is compromising the left-hand lane, traffic making its way by ever so slowly, and it is causing northbound gaper delay, as well. now, speaking of this area, if you plan to travel the platt bridge, between nine a.m. and 3:00 p.m. this afternoon, they do plan to close the eastbound side of the platt. so that's heading down toward 26 and penrose, doing construction there. so your best alternate is to stick with 95, and use the girard point bridge. ukee?
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>> vet tore crashes thank you. next update is at 8:55, up next, gale king with sneak peak inside the hollywood film award. for more local news weather traffic and sports, we're of course on the "cw philly" on these channels.
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benny, ben franklin bridge, vittoria will join us and check the road. we do traffic and weather together. that's coming up in just a few minutes. >> first though, want to show you picturesque side of the first snowflakes of the season, falling across the delaware val. >> i long gone now. but the coal temps once again remain. jan carabeo joins us now, from where supposed to be cold. over at the new ice skating rink at dilworth park in center city. hi, january, good morning. >> ukee, erika, good morning, definitely cold out here in center city this morning. i think the finger less gloves on my part weren't the best idea. still, if you do decide to come out to the dilworth park ice skating rink this afternoon, definately bundle up. it is worth it, because it is free, from noon until 3:00. you can see, some workers behind me this morning, putting the final touches on the ice. it is definitely going to be a good time, and maybe it will be packed out here, i don't know how many people will be scared away by the cold weather, but if you bundle up it will be good time. meanwhile other across the delaware valley finds themselves preparing for snow now, yesterday's flurries, reminding everyone that
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heavier snow is just around the corner. "eyewitness news" spotted snow in montgomery and chester counties and beyond last night. those snowflakes covered the last blooming flowers of the season, how symbolic. penndot says it is prepared having more than 110,000 pounds of salt on hands to treat the roads, also spotted folks beefing up their own supplies buying shovels and scrapers. many people say, they're trying to be prepared much earlier this season specially with last year's harsh winter still fresh in mind. >> ordered salt, shovels for the season. >> definitely looking forward to the snow coming out. >> not everyone dislikes the cold and snow. lovers of snow supports with itching to get out here. me, i think i would take my spot by those heaters over there. so even if ice skating may not be your cup of tea, but you
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want to come out with the kids, there is a good spot for the parent, as well. again, the skating starts here at dilworth park at noon today. the first three hours are free. then $4 for adult, $3 for kids, under ten years old, and the ice skating rentals for the skates, that; will cost you an extra eight bucks. this is seven days a week, goes through february, so definitely come out and enjoy. some of the winter like weather, and reporting live in center city, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i should be fun. >> oh, indeed. >> all right, so katie, good ice skating weather today. >> absolutely, just as you can could tell in the live shot, there is some wind out, there and i can tell you, from my own experience, being on the skydeck, that that breeze really does make a difference. it will make it feel a lot colder, knock five to 10 degrees off easily, that's how it actually feels, as opposed to what the thermometer officially reads. so, make sure that you bundle up walking out the door. storm scan3 has cleared out nicely for nice blue skies, but that breeze, look at some of the current wind gusts here we take you out to pennsauken,
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broomall, new castle, little creek, at least into the teens and some spots as high as 25 miles per hour. and i could see those gusts even peaking as high as 30 miles per hour before it is all said and done. soap, if you perhaps you have, you know, maybe a trash can lid, you want to secure that here before you head out to work, because it is potentially going to blow away. twenty-four, actual air temperature in the poconos, feels more like at the teens. thirty-six in philadelphia, feels more like the upper 20's, as the day progresses, though, we can expect no better than mid 40's, at least 10 degrees below average across the board here today. despite the sunshine, so, the bottom line here is you got to have the heaviest coat ready to go. at least quiet pattern overall, and it looks like it is going to last us right through the weekend. vittoria? >> thank you, katie. if you are traveling out and about, it is rush hour for sure. we're tacking you now into an area of the northeast, if you are traveling not too far away from torresdale avenue. we are experiencing just beautiful traffic within the northeast and neighborhoods,
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the problem is when you get to the majors, but let's talk about the 42 freeway, 42 northbound, approaching the area of 295, still slight slow down there, 42 freeway loosening up around creek. however again those rush hour delays are still predominant in the pocketed areas. looking at 295, 295 southbound, not going to be easy if you are headed out of the area of the white horse pike, then making your way down throughout to the 42 freeway. traveling on the schuylkill, dropping to 22 miles per hour eastbound and westbound, slow throughout your western suburbs. if you are traveling on 95, 95, southbound, delayed, out of the northeast, down through to the vine. finds delays westbound on the pa turnpike, out of bucks county, all the way down to mid-county. so, a big old delay there. keep in mind, patco, westbound, services are experiencing ten minute delays >> left lane blocked. err dismay. >> thank you, vet tore y uber has won approval in pennsylvania to operate uber x. that is cheaper version every it popular high end ride share
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service. >> but that ruling does not apply in philadelphia. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones explains why uber x is in a battle with the parking authority. >> uber x arrayed sharing business where drivers use their own personal cars to pick people up. >> i think i'm always concerned when i get into a stranger's car. >> but it is a business that philadelphia parking authority says it operating illegally in the city, with no government oversights, on pricing and safety. >> if you want to put your child or you want to put your safety in jeopardy, get in one of those cars. >> ppa executive director vince says the agency has been cracking down on uber x since the company started operations here in october. >> uber x driver ray ray he owes was fine and his karim pounded when undercover ppa sting caught him operating in the city.
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>> part of city-wide crackdown, so far, more than dozen uber x drivers have been fined and more are likely. it is a crack-down by the ppa, philadelphia, uber gm, john fell man, contends, is heavy handed. >> did you know in was coming? >> we were really hopeful that they would be willing to sit down and work out sensible regulations. >> says drivers are both uber and uber x go through serious background checks and their cars have to be legal. >> more focused on pro ticking the taxi, monopoly than on providing more choice for drivers in the sit. >> i argues, uber x like bar owner who starts serving without a license. >> are they providing competition? it is competition, but a legal competition. >> so while the battle over uber x will continue, more expensive version of the service, known simply as uber, which uses suv's and sedans, has an operating here legally in the city for more than two years. uber is regulated by the ppa,
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essentially as limousine service. reporting in center city, todd quinones, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". right now 8:37. and $45 million. that's how much one of the victims n talcony basement of horrors will receive for surviving an unimaginable conditions. a jury award that huge pay out to tamara briden, one of four victims allegedly held against her will, abused, and defrauded of her social security checks for years. her lawyer says the jury sent a very clear message. >> this was an opportunity for these philadelphians to express themselves, and make a statement, and hopefully it is a stern warning to anyone who would abuse those in our society who are more vulnerable. >> linda weston and the other defendants did not responds to that lawsuit. >> tomorrow begins rounds two of health insurance enrollment under the affordable care act. the federal government is
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hoping that sign ups for plans are smoother than the first time around. >> consumer reporter jim donovan looks at the expectations and what consumers need to know. >> last year's fall, under the affordable care act didn't go as planned. >> well, there is no denying it righted new too slow, too many people stuck, and i am not happy about it. >> i'm as frustrated and angry as anyone with the flowered lunch of healthcare >> the healthcare website tested over periods of five weeks. in the hopes of avoiding another dismal performance 37 states will use it, enrollment begins saturday november 15th. but in a new feature, consume kearse take a sneak preview every plans in their area now. >> obama administration says this year's sign up will be
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easier in other ways, too, application process, has been reduced from 76 screens, to 16. >> consumers will find much of the information carries over instead of entering it again. despite the promise of easier rone roamment. said this week, expect 2015 enrollment numbers to be lower than their original projection of 13 million. now look at a number below 10 million. i'm jim donovan. >> still ahead this morning, dogs that really know how to put on a show. >> live with them this morning with our own nicole brewer. good morning. >> good morning, guys. you know what? these dogs are named after designer bags, and they're just as fancy. coming up, we'll introduce to you channel, beriberi, and burkein. live from the national dog show next. >> oh, little baby burkein there. >> came out of no where. >> the latest viral video of baby boogying to a birthday car. go baby.
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>> top dogs on display this weekend at the national dog show. >> taking place in oaks, pennsylvania, and that far where we fine our nicole brewer with some of the celebrity dogs. good morning! >> good morning, guys. erika, you're going to love these dogs. because, again, we have got sheinelle, we've got burr err i, we've got burkein, lots of designer inspired dogs, this morning. not designer dogs, not to be confused. i do have david fry with me here, the host of the national dog show. david, good morning to you. >> morning, nicole. >> i know is the casino every weekend that you just live for. you're dog lover through and through. have you always been that way. >> i never had a dog growing up. took college girlfriends to talk me into getting a dog and the girlfriend, three weeks later the girl left, the dog stayed, bets thing that happened to me.
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probably great family sport, where you all love our dogs, great way for us to do things with the dog that we love. it leads us to a circle of friends, it leads us into other activities, like therapy dog work, disney people in need with our dogs. so it is great fun. goes beyond the dog show world. >> yes, really does, and again, the dog show hang this saturday, and sunday, i know you're got 1500 dogs, a hundred 75 breeds, but so much more. right? >> well, it is something in it for everybody. we even have man cave. if the guys want to go watch an if the ballgame, we have got man cave for them. but, the most fun, waking through the bench area, seeing all of the dogs together. if you are looking for a cuton, you walk up, see all of them, get to get up close and personal, hug, pet the competitors. you can't do that in any other sport. >> i love. that will i want to cross over real quickly to justine, one of the owners here. and you've got three dogs here, the newest breed, by the way here at the dog show. exciting weekend for you? >> yes, very.
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this is my first bench show. >> and all three of your dogs, which i love, are name after designer handbags. >> yes, they are. >> because they're fancy, right? >> right! >> talk to me a little bit about the grooming needs of these dogs, because i understand that when it comes it the actual show, getting into ring, you can not use products. right? >> right. but to reduce the static, we will use conditioner with water and spray them lightly, and a lot of combing and a bore's head brush, shoot-out the coat so they look neat. >> you said pretty important to comb the hair away from their eyes, because if they get out into the ring and they can't see they're very scared. >> absolutely. we have to continuously comb it or push it back, so that they're not blind in the ring. >> good luck to you this week end. >> thank you so much. >> i want to go ahead, let me pick burken up here. >> it is the only time i'll be holding one. that's for sure. ukee, erika, we send it back to you in the studio. >> oh, they are gorgeous.
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>> better than the -- oh, thank, nicole. >> so cute. >> once again the national dog show runs tomorrow and sunday at the greater philadelphia he can poe center in oaks, for more information you can always go to traffic and weather together, looking at the weather watchers. >> yes, we start things off there, ukee, seen the temperatures, and the observations coming in over the last hour, and everybody's at least this set, observations reporting, the mid three's right now. we take you on little tour, start things off here. with christine, i believe, 34 degrees what she sent in. she also sent us a photo here. she actually saw little bit of snow on her deck here. and she said it was snow covered as of this morning. meanwhile, we go on back to the map here. check out few more. take it a little further to the west here. joe o'connor sent in 32 degrees within the last 20 minute or so also a picture with grassy surfaces outside his window. little further offer to the east here check it out from
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tanya. i love her picture. look at this little guy. buster, his name is buster. and he loves a walk on crisp fall morning. an understatement for what we have going on out there, crisp. but thanks to the weather watchers. all lover seeing adorable pictures like. that will looking at the rest of the forecast, what we have in store. we want to see what's yet to come. that's just the chill for now. even though we do still have even little bit of light lake enhancement here, with some snowflakes falling as far east as central pa, it is strictly sunshine for our area. this is definitely a similar view whatever we were just talking about with the temperatures only into the 30's across almost the entire board here. mount pocono, 24. but mount pocono, on par with birmingham. that's blown my mind all morning, just because it is so much colder here with the core of this cold, having just dove south here in the last couple of days. so, we sort of got off easy here in the way of the worse of the chill, but definately
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colder than average. we know that much. at least 10 degrees below the norm with the area values over the next seven days, monday we throw in the latest storm system, more robust than last night's was, but mainly looking to be heavy rain producer although coy see some snow on the back side of that, still question mark in terms of the actual evolving of the storm. so we'll let you know as we get closer. vittoria? >> thank you so much, katie. well, i mean, if you are traveling on the schuylkill expressway, 95, the vine, the question is yes. you will find delays. >> approaching the air of gulph mills, dealing with a accident, involving a pretty large truck, and vehicle just up ahead of t looks like you have rearended this vehicle here. but it is compromising the right hand lane. adding volume to already a slow westbound commute. heading out toward king every prussia so give yourself more time. taking nice birds eye view. >> no major delays in either direction, really looks nice around here. if you are traveling in delaware county, 95 nod bad.
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southbound out of the northeast heading down through the vine st. expressway, new jersey, very serious accident involving an over turn tractor-trailer, is on the new jersey turnpike southbound at 322, the left lane block, as a result of it, and if you are traveling on 476, nor bound, that's the blue route right before the schuylkill, do have accident here, may get tied up. on the shoulder but out there and if you are traveling regional rail lines or patco, expect delays, ukee? >> enjoying taste of winter wet they are morning. >> here's some "eyewitness news" video from chestnut hill after early taste of the winter. germantown avenue, mermaid lane, most of the snow knelt dollars off the grassy surfaces but looks nice. >> also breaking news this morning, the search on for three men who robbed mcdonald's at 21st and lehigh in north philadelphia. toll they got away with cash. fortunately no one injured. >> delvin barnes faces bail hearing today, in prison ahead every his trial for kidnapping carlesha from germantown street. police arrested barnes and
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rescued carlesha in maryland last week. barnes already faces attempted murder charges in a unrelated case in virginia. >> tiny dancing queen. >> jeannie moos has the stories of babe hoist have you laughing until you cry, or maybe crying until you laugh. >> who can resist a dancing baby? >> ♪ >> whether it is dancing with alley mcbeil ... or dancing to bottle water, when the baby is real, and she's boogying to musical birthday cards featuring the hamster dance. >> by her stops and starts.
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>> cards from her grandmom, katie's first bye date -- birthday. >> quite well loved at this point. you can see. >> the hamster side is hanging by a thread. >> when i was one, they didn't even have musical birthday cards. try dancing to this. >> could bags the musical car industry. though the opposite of this is also going viral. >> ♪ >> who ever thought a movie called the tear. , second time, reagan, had seen it, and the part where a baby penguin is reunited with its family really got to her. reminds us of marie lynn. ♪ >> she was dubbed the
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emotional baby, for the way she repeatedly reacted to just this one song her mom used to sing. >> ♪ >> now, a year later, her mom says, she still gets emotional when she watches this video. >> it is just a song. >> don't try telling that to arcadia. sometimes when her parents are in the other room, they hear the card opening. >> she will be sitting in there and going at it. >> but when you put her on tv, she went at it all right. >> love it. >> ya. >> jeannie moos. >> ♪ >> new york. >> how about it? emotion is a beautiful thing. >> oh, we could watch that again and again. like what happened? where did it go? >> we'll be right back.
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>> 8: 53, kaley? >> we want to gave you a sense of the overall scenario here, we have a taste every winter throughout with temperatures today, tomorrow, actually well beyond a quiet weekend, and then new storm to bring in mainely heavy rain monday. vittoria? >> it will be closed, the platt, between nine and three: doing construction, use 95, as an alternate, head up and over the girard point bridge.
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>> do you fine yourself setting at home whether you're -- whether you're at work or home? >> it could impact from everything from back pain to weight gain to heart problemsment coming up monday morning, how one philadelphia company helping their workers be a rise of the chair. see what they are doing, to help improve their employee's health, and it is showing a lot of production, too, tell you all about it monday. thanks for watching "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly" don't forget more local news weather traffic and weather together. always on at >> and check out talk philly >> and check out talk philly at noon on sometimes, caring for your neighbors means going the extra mile. when our patient, susan, mentioned her dad couldn't make it in to pearle vision to get his eyes checked... we went to him. and we realized, if he had trouble getting new glasses... he probably wasn't the only one. to us, eye care is about living dr. pearles legacy. building a trusting relationship with the person behind the eyes. this is genuine eye care, right in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision.
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. well, conveniently, on the morning after our first snow of the season, new ice ring at city hall officially opens today. the ribbon cutting comes at noon, folds by free skating until 3:00 this afternoon. dilworth park is near 15th and market, in center city, right next to city hall. >> some skating performance and perform and by the philadelphia boys choir. the ring will be open seven days a week through february 22nd. i'm sure it will be pack today at the lunch hour. hopefully nice day to be outside. katie, what do you think? >> i think we will deafly keep that sun around here all day, that's no problem whatsoever. but it is so much colder outside, and of course, you know it, goes very well with ice skating but in the city you tend to get that wind
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tunnel effect between the skyscrapers, so probably make it feel that much colder. we have the chilly breeze everywhere today, so storm scan3, is empty, now, devoid of any additional precipitation at this point. keep it mind, probably feeling no better than 39's, 29 the specked low tonight, yep, getting coal outside. tomorrow only evening out 40's, really just will be a cold seven day stretch here. by monday, our next storm system, is here. vittoria? >> thank you so much, katie. good morning, everyone, if you plan to travel the eastbound side of the platt bridge, between nine a.m. and 3:00 p.m., today, you cannot. it will be closed, they're done construction, stay on 95, head up and over the girard point bridge as alternate. as of right now, traveling on the westbound side of the schuylkill, headed just beyond the area of gulph mills adding to rush hour delays for sure. so, you're dropping down the speed censors into the three's, the 20's, teens, and only getting worse, 13 your average traveling on 95
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southbound, heading down toward center city do you have delays on the vine st. expressway, and if you are traveling, mass transit looking pretty good but still have slippery rales for our regional rail lines, main or delays there. erika? >> thank you, that's eyewitness fuse for now, talk philly is coming up at noon on cbs-3. i'm erika von t you tell us what you want to pay and we help find options to fit your budget. nah, nah, insurance, nah, nah, nah, discount. my name's flo, you want to go out with me? no. uh-huh-huh!
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