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CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 7:32pm EDT
romantic naval stories. , the american, was from philadelphia. in 2013, a number of his descendents of his, family members, came to the eastern cemetery along with family members of the british captain from england and they had a joint funeral procession with the british consulate and the u.s. navy. the war of 1812 was unpopular in maine. we were a front inner state and not well defended and prohibited our ability to trade extensively. it was a financial disaster for maine. the british captain had been in maine for some time sailing along the coast and was very well respected. he was a gentleman and was revered amongst people in maine, so when he died, they felt it was appropriate to give them both a proper funeral. there was a funeral procession throughout the city. they had a joint funeral ceremony at the local church, then brought to be buried side-by-side. it is unusual. i think that's what makes this story all that more romantic. despite the enemies, the camaraderie that people in maine felt for the british so shortly after the american revolution. what we have here is an examp
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am PDT
♪ >>> i'm miking smerconish in philadelphia. we welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting, quote, i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democrat party. you're getting your wish, mr. president. we're now arguing over comforting gold star families pipe have a solution, and it's not what you might expect. and the president also tweeted this answer to a question i was about to ask -- subject to receipt of further information, i will be allowing, as president, the long blocked and classified jfk files to be opened. president trump was the only remaining hurdle to this thursday's legally required release of 5,000 classified documents from the kennedy assassination. what might they reveal? >>> plus, with north korea threatening war and the president heading to south korea on november 7th, is it too risky for him to follow protocol and visit the demilitarized zone. >>> also there's a senator on trial for bribery, roberts menendez, but will it make it impossib
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am PDT
quote ♪ >>> i'm miking smerconish in philadelphia. we welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the president up and tweeting, quote, i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
philadelphia monday warning against trumpism in a similar way i think george bush did. he late in the week was threatening to subpoena the administration and hold hearings from the senate armed services committee related to niger. he is irate that the administration didn't brief him or hreubd seu graham that we had special operations in niger as they are legally supposed to do special operations in niger as they are legally supposed to do. they have such a small margin for error on tax cuts. after the speech on monday, president trump said john mccain better be careful because he doesn't want me to start attacking him. i'm not sure how far you can go than by saying this man whos has terminal cancer and a war hero, how far he can go. he will never be on the ballot again and he has nothing else to lose. he is someone who can be unpredictable historically and now has every incentive tractor trailer world to thwart donald trump at the right moments. >> i don't think he will take it off the tax table. let me go to you, courtney. who is the most important person not named trump? >> i would
ABC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00am EDT
crash in south philadelphia, last night in the southbound lanes of the exit ramp for the walt whitman bridge just after 11:00 p.m. police say the 26-year-old victim was riding at a high rate of speed when he lost control and hit a guardrail. police shut down the highway as they investigated it. the scene was cleared at 3:00 a.m. >>> this morning the investigation continues after three teenagers were shot by bb guns this week. one teenager was shot nine times on the school bus. police arrested the suspect, police want to know if he is responsible for the other two attacks. jeff chirico has the details. >> i'm devastated, i'm trying to hold it together. >> reporter: this mom who asks we not identify her, fears for her 16-year-old son's safety after he became target practice for a classmate with a bb gun. her son was riding the bus to school when another student sat near him. >> he pulled out a bb gun and started shooting. my son had to take the book bag and shield himself. >> reporter: he was struck nine times on the left arm and leg. >> he is traumatized, all his friends were carrying
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:30am EDT
philadelphia to take on the eagles. cousins leading the way on the special day at fed ex field. it was the annual think pink game as they continue to raise awareness for breast cancer research. on now to the show down monday night. more on that later. coming up next we'll pull up a chair. >>> redskins used the 9th round pick on a densive lineman. darryl grant made the most out of the opportunity. becoming a member of two red skin super bowl championship defenses in '82 and '87. here's part one of my sit down with him. >> welcome back to redskins chronicles. joined by one of my favorite all time redskins. darryl grant. >> thank you for having me. >> you grew up in career one we see on tv, friday night lights and all of that. >> yeah it was pretty much friday night lights. we had a pretty successful team and being in san antonio. it was football. football was everything on friday nights. >> and you're recruiting to college, you ended up going to rice which is in the state of texas, but did you have opportunities to go elsewhere? >> yes i did. i had several visits one was to baylor and he wan
FOX
Oct 21, 2017 3:30am EDT
taken them 20 years but they have finally zeroed in on a major gambling operation in philadelphia. this family business according to police was raking in the dough. police say 66-year-old gary creagh and his son, daughter, brother and cousin ran a citywide numbers scheme operated out of 40 different locations across philadelphia. the operation was highly organized and located in unmarked buildings throughout the city. typically in low-income neighborhoods. most of the people who placed bets at these locations according to police were on a fixed income. >> the operation run by gary creagh, sr., generated millions of dollars of elicit profits. >> this criminal enterprise was really a thorn in philadelphia police department' citywide advice's side. >> creagh was released on $250,000 bail. his attorney says he will fight these charges. >>> this man behind bars in chester county tonight accused of shooting at his own brother. police in west white land township say 59-year-old jesse pet tis punched his brother and said he'd have him killed. this was last sunday. he was arrested and free
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm EDT
philadelphia including ap unmarked building on south 17 and street. >>> look up tonight and tomorrow for a glimpse of a dazzling light show, it is the peak of the orionids meteor shower. a fire ball in the sky. check this out. this is youtube video from wednesday in sea gurt. hundreds reported seeing the fire ball as astronomers started preparing for the event. alexandria hoff is at bell plains state forest in south jersey keeping a close eye on the sky. >> reporter: the cast of characters assembled >> i've been nuts all my life. >> reporter: almost as vast and elect tick >> where did you guys go? . >> reporter: as the subject matter they will soon gaze upon >> we're the darkest spots in almost like a 400 mile radius. >> reporter: from the deep woods of cape may county the focus will be on deep space >> after dark over here there will be a little fuzz. >> reporter: this is a star party held near woodbine, run by you south jersey astronomy club >> you see people come down from new york and connecticut. >> reporter: the lack of moon and humidity created near perfect conditions to cast the or
ABC
Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm EDT
burglary, trespassing and criminal misscheef. >> the philadelphia police office busted one of the largest gambling operations. nine people are behind bars with gary cray at the top. he employed several people including family members to run an illegal street lottery for 20 years. the d.a. alleges cray raked in millions of dollars buying luxury cars and homes for himselfs. >> the sixers may be 0-2 but they are leading the league in buzz. the rooky sensation and joel embiid took to the home cork fot for the first time. hi, jamie. >> a disappointing result considering the atmosphere. sixer fans saw the losing in fultz made their debut.'e embidd >> you would think it was the laker game. samuel jackson court side. >> embid scored late in the third quarter, sixers up nine, their largest lead. he should be dunking like that. sixers late in the third but the game got away from them in the fourth. they lost 102-92. monica, the sixers have yet to win. they'll try again tomorrow night in toronto. with it being the third game in four night, joel embiid will not play. now to dann cuellar in th
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm EDT
. devastation left one father in son looking to start over here in philadelphia. >> he was a music teacher in puerto rico and came to philly with his nine year-old son in hopes of finding a better life. staying at a service center while he looks for work. interpreters on hand to help families apply for fema aid. >> i pray and say to god we need an angel. >> he wants to get back to work. if you'd like to help families like his s. come to our area. we have the information you need. tap the nbc10 app. >>> candles lighting up the night in southwest philadelphia. neighbors came together to remember the victim of a deadly hit and run. all this tonight is as police release new information on the crash. this video was released tonight of the suspects van. the crash happened over the weekend. and investigators say it's there were gray dodge caravan or chrysler town and country. likely to have front end damage and broken windshield. the same van struck a man sunday night. at the intersection of south 67th and. they say victim was crossing the street when the speeding driver hit him and took
FOX
Oct 20, 2017 10:00pm EDT
30 seconds. live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10:00. >>> happening tonight, growing tensions across area school districts. an issue that's heating up and sparking some serious concerns. we are talking about racial slurs. it's getting out of hand. thanks for joining us. i'm chris o'connell. >> i'm done timmeney. tonight washington township high school students are trying to put the problem aside and come together for homecoming. that's where we find fox 29's joanne pileggi with the story. joanne? >> reporter: dawn, game over at washington township high.& no trouble, no incidents a day after students protested after someone made racist comments on social media. ♪ >> reporter: if there was lingering tension over a racist message on social media, you couldn't tell here at the homecoming game at washington township high in gloucester county tonight. >> like we addressed it, people saw that we were upset about it. so we got our point across. >> people in this school really took offense it to and as you can see that's why we had to protest because just pe
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
for years. blamed for this fire on a ups plane in philadelphia in 2006. a fatal ups crash overseas in 2010. the crash of a cargo plane in 2011. last may, a jet blue emergency landing in grand rapids. >> pretty scary though to see smoke on the plane. at 35,000 feet. >> its hapt p is happening freq. brought three airplanes down. it will bring another one down if we don't adequately address it. >> earlier this year, homeland security, ordered that certain flights coming from certain airports. the passengers should in fact put their lap tops in their checked bags. now the faa is saying that probably was not a good idea. not a good idea going forward. lester. >> frieft tonight authorities i florida are on the hunt for a possible serial killer, terrorizing a neighborhood where three bodies have been found in just 11 days. police have released video of a person of interest as they ask for help in stopping a killer before he strikes again. here is nbc's kerry sanders. >> reporter: in tampa tonight police asking for help in finding this person. a possible serial killer, captured on surveill
FOX
Oct 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. investigators zeroing in on a major gambling operation in philadelphia. >> investigators claim they were running numbers at dozens of locations around the city. fox 29's dave schratwieser live at philadelphia meeks with the latest. dave? >> reporter: chris, prosecutors actually say gary creagh, sr., ran 40 locations across the city. some of them earning $1,500 a day and they were open six days week. he used that money according to prosecutors to buy expensive homes and luxury cars. >> for except 66-year-old gary creagh police say it was truly all in the family. his son, daughter, brother and cousin were all allegedly part of a huge citywide gambling operation broken up by advice investigators. >> the operation run by gary creagh, sr., generated millions of dollars of illicit profits. >> reporter: da says the citywide numbers scheme operated out of 40 locations like this corner property with a gate at 17th and wharton in south philly. >> anybody could come and go? >> no. anybody couldn't come gone. the operations highly organize and located in unmark buildings throughout the city typicall
ABC
Oct 20, 2017 4:00pm EDT
news." >> all right, vernon, thank you. >>> brand new here at 4 o'clock today philadelphia investigators busted a major illegal gambling ring. they say the operation helped fund family's lavish lifestyle. nine people have been charged including the alleged ringleader gary cray seen. cray ran on underground lottery location and made at least $3 million in illegal profits. his daughter son and nephew are among eight others charged in this case. gray hall will explain how this operation allegedly worked tonight at 5 o'clock. >> a gas leak caused a number of evacuations this afternoon in atlantic city. chopper6 was overhead as crews worked to cap the ruptured line at the intersection of tennessee and adriatic avenues. there are reports the line was punctured. residents in the area and students and staff from the new york avenue school were all evacuated for about an hour. they returned once south jersey gas got the leak under control. >> another stunner of a day out there today. it's been remarkably consistent weather-wise. >> cannot complain. >> yeah. >> not today at least. we
FOX
Oct 20, 2017 6:00am EDT
night in an rare early division game in philadelphia. eagles sitting atop the nfc east but a win would put the redskins a half game behind philly. >> they're five and one we're three and two. we've lost twice to them that's a big difference and four and two and five and two are right there in the thick of things as far as the nfc is concerned. if you look around the nfl everybody's kind of hovering around. there's only two teams with one loss. everybody else has two, three or four. division games have added importance, road games obviously you're playing a division leader, rivalry teams, they're big but going to philadelphia is always huge no matter what. >> i like when coach gruden does the simple math. th even though game is on monday night don't forget redskins game time is at 7:30 sunday morning right here on for. we'll get you set for monday's matchups. >> what did you say steve. >> exactly. >> big marathon this weekend. how is it looking sunday morning for runners. >> looks great. going to be almost exactly what they want. nice and cool to start and then by the afternoon hours wh
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 5:30am EDT
state's history. >> hoping to become the home for amazon's second headquarters. >> philadelphia is in the goldie locks zone for amazon, just right. >> mayor jim kenney thanks the coalition that made the city's bid possible. >> more from our own ukee washington. dancing with kids at a coat drive in chichester. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> got to love the ukee. >> i taught him those moves. >> oh, okay. all right. ukee has a little more swag, no, it is okay. >> katie got to love the sun, too, we could probably use little bit of rain, as well. >> eventually we will see the return every rain, talking about cut off, this gorgeous pattern, i mean it, comes down hard on us here, just all the sudden you switch, flip a switch, and seat rain really take over the forecast. but that's still not going to happen for days. it is very, very quiet. it is staying that way right through the weekends, even into early next week, and for now, we're staying all clear overhead. couple patchy clouds, right now storm scan empty. again, staying that way for yet another day. love it. now, meanwhile, we look at the area tempe
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 5:30am EDT
philadelphia. we're not seeing much in the way of 40s like we did yesterday. a couple of areas in the 30s. we continue to see clear skies, going back to the middle of the country and beyond. it's a pretty quiet weather pattern, and that is good timing for us as we head through the weapon. temperatures again -- through the weekend. temperatures again into the 70s. perhaps as high as the mid 70s in parts of the philadelphia area. close to 70 in the lehigh valley and into the 70s at the jersey shore. we'll see what's ahead for the weekend and when we'll see changes next week coming up. >> thanks. >>> starting with a look at 95. the headlights coming at you, that's the southbound traffic. as you see, traffic has gone from pretty light to moderate. we have traffic making your way out of center city philadelphia. on 95 and the majors in pennsylvania, 76 eastbound between the blue route and the vine, a 12-minute drive. 95, that stretch we saw all the headlights coming down south. that's going to take you 13 minutes as you make your way between woodhaven and the vine. 476 at schuylkill an
ABC
Oct 20, 2017 2:07am PDT
. >> reporter: with the philadelphia fire department standing by, i start a fire with a candle on the living room sofa. >> let's get out. >> reporter: we return to the control center. >> wow. >> we have the fire burning in the living room. >> reporter: take a look at the bedroom with the open door. >> see the smoke beginning? >> reporter: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. 275 degrees. >> absolutely. not survivable. >> reporter: but check out the rooms with the doors closed. the temperatures are much lower. you've got 97 degrees in one room, 67 in the other. after ten minutes, ul puts the fire out, and we look at the aftermath. here is the room with the open door. look at this. the tv melted. temperatures in the room with the open door reached 500 degrees. the carbon monoxide readings, 6,000 parts per million. an industry standard carbon monoxide alarm would go off at 70. but what a difference in the bedrooms with the doors closed. the stuffed animals, they're just fine. the bed's clear. >> reporter: this door sort of acted like a shield. >> exactly what it did. >> reporter: temperatures only got
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 5:00am EDT
land breeze instead of the sea breeze. 55 in philadelphia. you see we're going up through the 60s and into the 70s with nothing but sunshine this afternoon. you see the northwest wind there. and it's kind of preventing us from getting even warmer. it's not really cooling us down. 49 in lancaster. 47 in millville. the cool spot. 55 in philly and close to 60 degrees at the shore already. nothing on the satellite and radar close by or even far away. the country is extremely dry, and it's going to continue that way. temperatures getting into the 70s in much of the area. and lots of sunshine. we'll see how warm that lasts coming up. >> thanks for that. >>> i wanted to bring this camera back up when i saw you about five minutes ago. i showed it to you, and there was clearly some construction activity in the camera that i had not seen before. this is what's going on -- there is long-term construction going on this stretch. 295 between route 42 and route 168. this is in the haddon heights/belmar area. that's why traffic is slowing at this area, it's not causing major delays. i wanted to get m
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 4:30am EDT
than it was yesterday at this time. 56 at philadelphia. so it's not nearly as chilly. a couple days ago we saw places in the 30s at this time of the morning. now we're mostly 50 or above. 50 in allentown, reading, pottstown. again, it was in the low 40s in many areas yesterday morning. so the temperature is definitely starting in a higher place than it did. we've got clear skies just like we did. and that not only goes back to chicago, it goes way west of that. so we're -- we're definitely assured of some beautiful, sunny weather for another couple of days at least. temperatures getting into the 70s during the day today. the average high is only 66 in philadelphia. even lower than that, of course, in the lehigh valley. even the jersey shore should get into the 70s today. that's because of the northwest wind. katy? >> thanks. we want to start out on a good note. there was roadwork on 76 westbound. that was between belmont avenue, not so much route 1, and the interchange with 476. that's cleared in the last few minutes. you have a good drive going westbound between center city philade
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 4:00am EDT
take advantage of a federal disaster services center in north philadelphia. emergency officials set it up to help people displaced by hurricanes in puerto rico and the virgin islands. spanish interpreters are available. the center is on west allegheny avenue in the hispanic association of contractors building. most of puerto rico still doesn't have power a month after hurricane maria leveled the u.s. territory. schools are closed, food and water are still scarce, and traffic lights aren't working. the governor traveled to washington yesterday to lobby for more federal aid. president trump told the governor he's given his blessing to congress for a funding plan. the governor says trump reassured him no u.s. citizen will be left behind. >>> help for puerto rico continues to flow out of our area. the fraterm order of police -- fraternal order of police hosted a fundraiser in northeast philadelphia. all of the proceeds will go to victims of hurricane maria. they had a similar event for hurricane harvey relief last month. >>> you still have an ongoing opportunity to help hurricane victims.
ABC
Oct 20, 2017 1:37am EDT
philadelphia as more than a dozen demonstrators were arrested in the aloft hotel which opened a month and a half ago. their civil disobedience was to demand they create the jobs pros promised or return the taxpayer money. repeated calls to hotel management have not been returned. >>> a gruesome discovery at central bucks high school may be an act of violence. there has been a long history of pranks but many believe this one went too far. extra security will be in place for the game this weekend. the superintendent is warning students against retaliation. >> if you are a fan of the weather today, you will be happy to know we are in for a repeat. cecily tynan has more. >> jim temperatures warm up toward the weekend, the past two days, 72 the high under bright sunny skies, six degrees above normal this time of year, all thanks to a broad area of high pressure. if you look to the north, you see the clouds trying to move in with a weak boundary. that brings a wind shift tomorrow, full sunshine by the afternoon. temperatures climbing to the low 70s. by saturday, we bump it to the mid 70s and warm
ABC
Oct 19, 2017 12:30pm EDT
philadelphia city council to repeal the beverage tax. soda company and teamster trucks circled city hall and hoped their voices would be heard and the 1.5 tax on sugar sweetened and artificially sweetened drinks went into affect in february. they say it forced them to layoff workers and this after chicago voted to get rid of the beverage tax there. >> and mayor kenney says it's crucial to pay for universal pre-k and several other programs. >>> and another day of sunshine and getting warmer as well. accuweather says by the weekend we'll bet getting out the shorts t-shirts again. looking live at blue skies and nice conditions for lunch time. meteorologist, david murphy, is outside. >> thanks ricky. >> rick, all right. starting with sunshine in the morning and afternoon and over by the coast there are a couple of clouds. most of you are looking at blue straight above you. you look at satellite, you see some clouds that try to filter through this morning passing over the chesapeake day the difference between the land temperature and pressure over that. we told you they would evaporate a
CBS
Oct 19, 2017 12:00pm EDT
>> ♪ >> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> right now at noon the suspected gunman in yesterday's multistate shooting spree faces a judge just hours after his arrest. >> he's now facing multiple charges in delaware including attempted murder. good afternoon, i'm rahel solomon. >> and i'm jim donovan. our trang do is in wilmington where the suspect was arraigned this morning. >> reporter: 37-year-old radee prince of wilmington now faces a charge of attempted murder and three gun charges after police say he shot a man at a wilmington car lot around 10:45 wednesday morning. keisha par sons says she knows the victim who she identified as jason ball. >> we're just hoping for a speed key recovery to bring jason home. >> reporter: parsons says he owns the auto store where she was shot. >> jason done have any enemies. >> reporter: police say prince drove to wilmington from maryland after gunning down five of his co-workers at advanced granite solutions just before 9:00 a.m. three of those victims have died. in a news conference we
FOX
Oct 19, 2017 7:00am EDT
unadoptable cats in the city of brotherly love philadelphia. they are getting a second chance with a job chasing mice. >> good for them. >> yes. part of program called working cats. it gives cats who are a little skiddish perhaps some have called them unfriendly i don't need that dead rat video just now or biters a sense of purpose. let them bite on those rodents. these less than ideal pets work as mouse catchers in fact fours or warehouses. those who have taken in a working cat say the out come is mazing and that the cats tend to come out of their shell and warm um because they're doing something. >> look what i can do. >> they have little job. >> right. >> can i just be >> yes. i'm all for this and i wish this program was available for reasonable use. >> keep in mind if you ever have a cat they like to bring you your trophies. >> i've never had airdate cat but i heard that. >> they like to show off their hard work. that part you might not like that much. >> look at philadelphia. i love that idea. >> put them to work. nobody likes rats. gets rid of the rats. 50 degrees, sun, bright full
NBC
Oct 19, 2017 6:00am EDT
. they beat out philadelphia 76ers. 53 points for a first game. the wizards back on the court at the capital one arena tomorrow against the pistons. you know, the players are saying they want to at least get to a division title. >> all you nats fans out there. look at this. hoping the cubs would be swept. chicago is still in it. the cubs beat the dodgers 3-2 overnight at wrigley field. look at the dancing. i love the celebration. the dodgers lead the best-of-seven series. 3-1. the cubs have to -- that means l.a. could clinch a spot in tonight's game. the cubs have to wait 108 years -- i think the dodgers, it's been 30 years. let me know, baseball fans. i think it's been 30 years. >> eithe theirs. >>> it is 6:16 right now. on the heels of the biggest security breach in our country, d.c. now ranks among the most vulnerable to identity theft and fraud. >> consumer reporter susan hogan is working for you and has the results of a new study out now. >> certainly not what we want to hear, right? >> wall hub compares 50 states and the district. it looks at a range of data from identity theft
CBS
Oct 19, 2017 6:00am EDT
hospitalized after a fire in west philadelphia, this is near north 50th street and west thompson street in philadelphia's park side section. crews were able to get the blaze under control at 5:00 this morning. right now it is in the clear how badly that victim is hurt, we will keep you updated as we learn more information. >>> suspect accused in the deadly shooting spree in maryland is set to face a judge this morning after a day long manhunt ended in delaware last night. >> "eyewitness news" reporter frank does live at wilmington police department, where the suspect is in custody this morning, good morning, frank. >> reporter: good morning. police say radee prince shot someone here in wilmington after gunning down five co workers in maryland. it took 10 hours to find him after some crucial tips from the public. "eyewitness news" cameras rolled as police arrested radee prince in newark, delaware wednesday night. prince is accused of going on a rampage shooting six people he knew across two states. >> coordinated effort brought this to a successful conclusion on a very, very bad d
NBC
Oct 19, 2017 6:00am EDT
allentown, but 52 in philadelphia. clear skies, light wind. big temperature differences across the city. look at these temperatures this afternoon. getting up to 70 or above. we're in the low 50s now. we warm up quickly. not a whole lot of wind, certainly no chance of rain. as we go through the rest of the day, nothing but sunshine. zero chance of rain across any part of the area today. and that really does continue for a while. you could see near 70 at delaware and much of new jersey, even the jersey shore getting up pretty close to 70 degrees today and then warming up as we head through the weekend. we'll get into those numbers and when rain is actually going to be coming in in just a few minutes. jess. >> thanks, glenn. on 95 and around girard avenue. southbound side still moving. so, from the vine street expressway to wood haven road or north or south or either direction right there. still seeing pretty low drive times and speeds into the 60s. dropping a tad on the southbound side and traffic moving towards center city and also watching a crash on lower merion right rock creek road
NBC
Oct 19, 2017 5:30am EDT
philadelphia now. only 43 in mt. holly and 52 in coatsville. already starting to warm up there. the ocean temperature is 64 degrees, which is pretty warm for this time of the year. temperatures going into the 70s. nothing but sunshine. we'll see how long that lasts coming up. jess? >> glenn, we're watching 92 still and our cameras around the p.a. turnpike just north of route 413 here. we have a crash involved and police activity on the scene. you can see a few vehicles here trying to get the situation under control. we're losing the left-hand shoulder. part of the left lane. so, again, this is the northbound side of 95 right around the bristol area. so, we'll see a little bit of a delay approaching the scene there. also watch agnew crash out in franconia on allentown road. and speaking of mass transit, well, we have a fire in west philly on kershaw street. that's partially blocking or at least blocking right now septa's route 10. new jersey transit all on or close to schedule. back to you guys. >>> police describe the suspect as a person with no conscious. alleging he opened fire on his c
ABC
Oct 19, 2017 5:30am EDT
day in court. >>> a rash of armed robberies have ramghtsed -- rattle a normal quiet philadelphia neighborhood. >> good morning, 5:30 a.m., october 19. meteorologist david murphy and karen rogers is here about weather and traffic. you have to think about your outfits, i can wear the car coat which will come off and put on the other jacket. >> reporter: a lot of cars have heated seats these days. >> reporter: we won't need it this morning, this afternoon will be a great one. >> reporter: i ran to the car in the jacket and the heated seats in the car, i love it. we have cloud development as the air from the southwest moves across the delaware bay. once the sun gets up over the horizon, this will dissipate pretty quickly. it's cool enough for a jacket. not horrible, milder than yesterday. 45 degrees in reading and allentown. 48 in trenton. philadelphia in the low 50s, 52. wilmington, 48 as you step outside the door. cooler in millville, 43. 60 in cape may. as we roll in the afternoon, similar to yesterday, it's a good day to get the pooch out for a morning walk or afternoon romp in t
CBS
Oct 19, 2017 4:30am EDT
cities including philadelphia plan to land amazon's future headquarters. >>> today is thursday, october m jim donovan. >>> i'm rahel solomon. all that plus changes coming to the schuylkill river trail in philadelphia but first lets check the forecast with katie and road with meisha. >> gateway to the weekend, welcome back, rahel. hopefully you are feeling better. we have construction. everyone loving weather, nice try roadways, katie. >> it is so nice to see it feels nice in the sunshine. jim's just a beacon of light. >> halleluiah. >> isn't there a song title there. >> you are the light up my life. >> she's singing already. >> 4:31. i can start singing whenever i want. we have bright sunshine expect yet again today another beautiful day coming up here with high pressure in control and still looks like this pattern will hold out, if you look really closely you can see these speckles of green on the radar. do not worry about that. sometimes they show that are not precipitation and that is what this is. little bit of ground clutter, we will not find any issues today. nothing but
ABC
Oct 19, 2017 4:30am EDT
. john wall had to do it all as the team hosted the philadelphia 76ers last night. and he was up to the tast. wall had a game high 28 points. philadelphia would not go away-- getting within striking distance late in the fourth quarter. but the wizards hang on to win-- 120-115 was the final. john wall praising his teamm a big point of emphasis for washngton this season is starting fast. the team got off to a 2-8 start last season. coming up-- a political firestorm involving president trump and the families of fallen soldiers, now growing. now president trump is cutting a check for thousands of dollars. we'll tell you why. continues - orionids peak tomorrow through sunday - dry & warm weekend ahead - rain chances return tuesday today: sunny. cool start; mild afternoon. highs: 72-77 winds: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mainly clear. not as cold. friday: mostly sunny. warmer than average. highs: 74-77 winds: nw 5-10 mph coming up-- a fireball engulfs street. and it was all caused by one employee's simple mistake. what he did-- that caused this! downtown portland yesterday. aggravated by winds...
NBC
Oct 18, 2017 11:34pm PDT
musgraves, midland. and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody! thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- emma stone, from "the mick", actress kaitlin olson. music from blondie, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. former white house press secretary, sean spicer, said in an interview today that he never knowingly lied to the american people while in office. oh, really? then how do you explain this? >> it's another busy day here at
CBS
Oct 18, 2017 11:35pm EDT
greensgrow in philadelphia. the novel idea was... can we put a farm in the heart of the city and really put food directly accessible to the people that were eating it. i think it's very important for us to come outside of target and really be inside of peoples' communities, as well. cbs eye on the community is sponsored by target. >> stephen: hey, that's it for the "late show!" good night! captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org ♪ ♪ ♪ are you ready y'all to have some fun ♪ feel the love tonight don't you worry 'bout ♪ where it is you come from it'll be all right ♪ it's the late, late show >> reggie: ladies and gentlemen, all the way from where it is from whence you came, give it up
CBS
Oct 18, 2017 5:30pm PDT
understanding of their concern. philadelphia eagles' safety malcolm jenkins. >> as players we want to use our platforms. we talked about how the owners could come alongside us an we could collectively, collaboratively work together to actually create some change. >> reporter: n.f.l. owners, faced with lower ratings, are split on the issue. san francisco 49ers' c.e.o. jed york says he will not force his players to stand, but dallas cowboys owner jerry jones says players who do not stand will not play. itortswriter bill rhoden says as players take a stand, owners have few options. >> their product is the players. and if the players decide to act in unison, which they will if you tell them what to do, what not to do, they don't have a product. >> reporter: still unanswered is will the league intervene if an enner does discipline a player for taking a knee. goodell said, anthony, he can't deal in hypotheticals. >> mason: anna werner, thanks, anna. now to the opioid epidemic killing tens of thousands of americans every year. an attorney is fighting it in court. here's mark strassmann. >> repor
BBC News
Oct 19, 2017 1:30am BST
the delaware river. just over the bridge is philadelphia, with its diverse population and international airport. the state of newjersey is offering billions in tax breaks, and this large swath of waterfront property, once home to a state prison, could be the location for amazon's second headquarters. no matter where amazon goes they will have a tremendous impact on that location. if they came here to camden it would be transformative, it would really help transform the city, renard sense has begun recently over the past few years, amazon would put that on steroids —— renaissance. camden sees itself as the comeback kid. in 2012 it had the highest crime rate of any city in america. unemployment peaked at around 20% and the city was hurting. a lot of it is poverty... but now the city is on the rebound, says the camden county police captain. were in north camden, north camden during the 90s and the early to mid 2000s was really notoriously violent —— we're in. it's undergone a tremendous change for officers. with those tasked for policing this area, they have done a tr
MSNBC
Oct 18, 2017 4:00pm PDT
philadelphia cheesecake cups. rich, creamy cheesecake with real strawberries. find them with the refrigerated desserts. >>> i'm milissa rehberger. here's what's happening. authorities have apprehended the man suspected of shooting six people in maryland and one in delaware. prince allegedly killed three of his coworkers and injured two others at an office park in maryland. police say prince then drove to delaware, where he shot and injured a man at a car dealership. >>> ibm gave wall street a boost toth. the dow gained 160 points, closing above 23,000 for the first time ever. back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." washington is trying to figure out just where president trump stands when it come to the senate's bipartisan deal to fix the affordable care act. the president has changed his position a number of times in the past 24 hours. let's take a look. >> has the white house been involved in those negotiations? and will you support that deal? >> yes, we have been involved. and this is a short-term deal, because we think, ultimately, block grants going to the states is going to b
Univision
Oct 18, 2017 6:00pm EDT
que solamente algunas personas adineradas se van a beneficiar. es todo desde philadelphia. ilia: una organizaciÓn al sur de new jersey dio a conocer la urgencia en seguros de beneficios del estado para los puertorriqueÑos que llegan a la isla tras el paso del huracÁn marÍa. marÍa: se trata de la organizaciÓn servicios latinos, cuyo propÓsito es dar a conocer a la comunidad hispana los derechos que tienen como residente del estado. servicios latinos se organiza junto con el esfuerzo del condado para ayudar a la comunidad hispana en el estado de nueva jersey, sobre los beneficios en especial para los refugiados de puerto rico. >>estamos haciendo un esfuerzo particular para la familia puertorriqueÑa, dada la situaciÓn. me han ayudado grandemente. maria: de acuerdo maÑana, la situaciÓn en la que se encontraba la llevÓ a tomar la decisiÓn buscar la ayuda que necesitaba en nueva jersey >> ahora con la situaciÓn de la tormenta, se perdiÓ la casa, se perdiÓ todo y necesito traerme a mi hijo y mi yerno y mi nieta. la cosa no estÁ buena allÁ- maria: es por eso la urgencia de
CBS
Oct 18, 2017 5:30pm EDT
end for the philadelphia eagles. his base salary for 2017 is $1 million. he donated his first checks to present scholarships for students in charlottesville. that's where he grew up and played college ball. the second -- long has played in his pro career. >> you know what, that's how you pay it forward. good for him. >>> if you're looking for a last minute halloween costume, a fake knees dress. it's featured on yandyhill.com. the $55 costume sold out repeatedly. consume shop in northern virginia says no one is buying halloween costumes as preside heels to match that dress. >> you could totally rock it. you've got great legs and you have that biker body. you could rock it. >> what's going on here on the set today. >> not a thing. >>> how about a pet for the people too busy to take care of an animal. a chinese start up is hoping a robo dog is the next thing because it don't kill you in its sleep. it's about the size of a real dog and weighs under 50 pounds and it's not [indiscernible]. robo dog needs to be controlled by a wifi remote control. it can't operate on its own. starting cost
FOX News
Oct 18, 2017 11:00am PDT
chicago and philadelphia for really doing an extraordinary job to raise the bar. they have set a new standard for the draft, created a new experience for our fans that we think will be extraordinary. and we are confident that dallas will raise that bar even further. so i'm happy to introduce charlotte jones anderson, who is gonna give her view of what to expect in dallas. again, the ownership was very supportive. we're all very excited to be going to dallas next april for the draft. charlotte. >> thank you very much. thank you. on behalf of the dallas cowboy, the city of dallas, the city of arlington and the city of briscoe, we are so excited that the nfl has given us this opportunity to host the draft in april of next year. and we have had so many great civic leaders in dallas and across from arlington and beyond that have really done a lot of hard work here. hopefully giving a lot of ideas to the staff at the nfl, to peter and his team. we really think we have come up with an incredible idea and concept that will really make at&t stadium shine. but all will deliver a unique experie
ABC
Oct 18, 2017 12:30pm EDT
happened at the wawa here at the 2600 block of philadelphia pike at 8:30 this morning. a 29-year-old more parked her 2008 hyundai sonata and ran into the store and left her keys in the car and another woman got in the car and drof off. the woman's 6-year-old son was in the car and realized he was in trouble and jumped out of the vehicle uninjured. >> after being in the wawa for a short amount of time the 6-year-old came in and advised her someone had taken their car. >> they released a picture of the suspect saying she was hanging around the parking lot before taking the vehicle. it's a 2008 hyundai sonata. >>> a train car jumped the tracks in the brewery town section of philadelphia and caused a fire. chopper 6 hd was over the scene as firefighters put out hot spots, the box car went off the csx tracks this morning at 32nd and thompson street and the derailment cause aid trash fire to start and no injuries were reported. at this time it's unclear what caused the box car to jump the tracks. >>> this noon president trump is facing backlash over what a florida congresswoman says she ov
FOX
Oct 18, 2017 6:00am EDT
>> south philadelphia families left scrambling this morning. after a popular rec center, abruptly shuts down, with little warning. why the city says the building was no longer safe for kids to play inside. >> plus, bucks county principal, spends the night on a roof? how he's making good on a promise he made to his students. >> principal on the roof. >> principal on the roof! >> and then speaking of places, our studio here, the station, we want to change it up a little bit. you know what i love about filly? so many murals. >> there is close to i think getting close to 4,000 murals, you met this guy couple every days ago when we showed you the different animals he's putting on buildings around town. >> yes. >> how about the raccoon eating the loft pretzel? i love that one. >> so different. >> so if they're having all of these other places we need a mural. >> can you do one on the signed of our building? >> we have a live camera here at fourth and market if you want to see him. he's put up big giant piece of black plywood. well, he put up plywood, paint philadelphia black, but see th
CBS
Oct 18, 2017 5:00am EDT
elementary school are finally heading back to class today, the school in philadelphia's germantown section has been shut down since last thursday, that is after officials say they found traces of mold, in several classrooms. and the building's hvac system is blamed for contamination. >>> police in trenton new jersey are investigating a crash that sent six people to the hospital, chopper three over bridge and lamberton street just after 9:00 last night. four juveniles and two adults were injured in the collision of the truck and a car. the extent of their injuries isn't clear at this point. >>> the bodies of the four fallen green berets killed during an ambush in northern africa are making their way back to the u.s. >> while white house says president trump has called all four families to offer his condolences but as eyewitness nice reporter trang do some are questioning what he said in one of those calls, she's live from the cbs-3 news center, good morning, trang do >> reporter: one of those phone calls has placed president trump in the middle of yet another controversy involving g
ABC
Oct 18, 2017 5:00am EDT
rings. tonight - it's the wizards turn on the court. washington, hosting the philadelphia 76ers in their season opener. john gonzalez is live at capital one arena.. here's something you don't see everyday in brooklyn...a bull on the loose! the runaway cow was captured in brooklyn's prospect park.. after evading police for about two hours. police eventually were bl baseball field. no, not the bullpen -- the dugout. the bull escaped from a nearby slaughterhouse. time now for weather frost advisory: most of the area until 9am this morning taste of fall this week, milder weekend continued dry, next rain late monday abnormally dry resulting in more muted autumn color today: sunny, warmer & more comfortable highs: around 70 winds: ssw 5 mph tonight: clear & not as co thursday: sunny & gorgeous highs: 71-75 winds: ssw 5-10 mph coming up - a little competition this holiday season. wizards turn on the court. wizards turn on the court. washington, hosting the philadelphia 76ers in their season opener. john gonzalez is live at capital one arena.. coming up - a little competition this holiday
FOX
Oct 18, 2017 3:00am EDT
comes to covering controversial topics, ♪ >>> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 11:00. >>> breaking news right now. skyfox over a shooting in new castle, delaware. initial reports to police say it happened on hoy land boulevard. now, obviously you see a large employees presence there. we believe at least one person has gone off to the hospital. more ats news warrants. he's a dentist, he faces charges accused of doing illegal things in his scam room but he's right now still seeing patients. good evening and thank you for joining us i'm lucy noland. >>> although prosecutors have charged him, that chester county dentist went right back to work today. our dave schratwieser in new garden township with the story. >> reporter: penny was
MSNBC
Oct 17, 2017 11:00pm PDT
comments last night from philadelphia that has generated quite a few headlines. at that event mccain talked about half-baked nationalism pushed by people who would rather find scapegoats. he called them unpatriotic. here's what the president said about john mccain followed immediately by our own nicole wallace. >> you heard what he said yesterday about senator mccain. >> yausheah, i hear it. and i'm being very nice, but at some point i fight back and it won't be pretty. >> nothing you do is pretty. >> there is a necessary post script to our coverage of all of this. the president, these gold star families of before american special operations troops killed in an ambush in niger in africa. the white house confirmed tonight the president has called all four families. tonight when he called the widow of sergeant la david johnson, she was in the car near her home, near miami en route to the arrival of her husband's body. she was surrounded by family when she talked to president on speakerphone but also in the car we believe unbekboes to the president was her congresswoman. tonight the hea
ABC
Oct 18, 2017 1:35am EDT
news program with jim gardner. >> it has been the beating heart of its south philadelphia community for a century. it's the vare recreation center. that community is devastated by the news that the rec center is closed for business and when it reopens is anyone's guess. it's tuesday night and the big story is the indefinite shutdown of one of the busiest rec centers. it's on the 100th block of mar street. said one member, we have nowhere else to go. dann cuellar has more. the closure is due to danger. >> that's right. the decision has left many programs in limbo as they try to relocate them to other rec centers. >> some 200 kids members of the teams that make up the south philly sharks were practicing on the ball field this as the building closed down. >> we showed up for practice and the kids needed to go to the bathroom and they weren't allowed to go inside. >> the shutdown has caused chaos by the shutdown of the rec center used by young and old. >> the kids in the neighborhood depend on the afternoon program. that's closed now. i guess they didn't get no fair warning. >> pieces f
CBS
Oct 17, 2017 11:35pm EDT
greensgrow in philadelphia. the novel idea was... can we put a farm in the heart of the city and really put food directly accessible to the people that were eating it. i think it's very important for us to come outside of target and really be inside of peoples' communities, as well. cbs eye on the community is sponsored by target. ( band playing ) ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! jon batiste and stay human, say hi to the band, everybody! welcome back to the show, everybody. it's friday, and you know what's great on weekends, jon? ice cream. people love to eat ice cream on weekends. and i just want to remind everybody out there that i have an ice cream called stephen colbert's americone dream, from the good folks at ben & jerry. and all the money i get from this ice cream we give to charity here. and the other night we had nick kroll on, and when he was here he asked celebrities to tweet out awkward teen photos of themselves using the hashtags #puberme and #puertoricorelief because for every bona fide celeb who tweets one out, we'll donate a $1,
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