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>> good morning, everyone, thanks for waking with us. following two breaking stories this morning, an inferno at west philadelphiapartment building injuries a firefighter and forces dozen of people from their homes overnight. >> also, after 48 days on the run, eric frein is captured. we have a new picture right here just released of the accused cop killer in police custody. now, he was one of the fbi's most wanted men. >> now, eric frein is wait to go appear in court. about a thousand law enforcement officers had been searching for him, in monroe county since frein allegedly ambushed two pennsylvania state troopers at the blooming grove barracks september 12th. the survival list was captured at the birch wood pocono air park in tankers ville. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo at the pike county courthouse in milford right now, with more on this story. jan? >> reporter: ukee, good morning, eric frein scheduled to appear for the first time in front after judge here at pike county court around 9:00 this morning. that's when his a rainment will take place. he is facing a number of charges, including murder, and
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now the district attorney says he will be pursuing the death penalty in this case. this is the beginning of the end, for a long, and stressful chapter, for this community, in northeast pennsylvania after 48-day manhunt, eric frein was captured last night by us marshals near abandon airplane hangar in pocono township. officials say he meekly gave himself up around 6:00 when law enforcement approached. he knelt and put his hands in the air. officials say he was unarmed. during the arrest we're told frein was handcuffed with corporal brian dixon's cuffs, and taken away in his cruiser. investigators say frein shot and killed dixon and shot another outside blooming grove barracks in september during late night shift change, since making his escape hundredses in law enforcement have search for frein, at times closing schools, blocking roads, cancelling events. his capture brings relief to a community that's been on edge for seven weeks. >> the families of corporal dixon, trooper douglas, and
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the pennsylvania state police have suffered an unimaginable harm of unspeakable proportions. they may never be the same. but today everyone can fine some comfort as we take these next steps toward justice. >> everyone is looking forward to getting back to a normal life, again, this is the latest picture of eric frein, leaving state police barracks, in a orange jumpsuit. you can see he is handcuffed with his arms behind his back this morning. again, he's scheduled for arraignment right around 9:00 here in court. reporting live, in pike county, at the pick county courthouse, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> jan, thank you. "eyewitness news" is staying on top of the capture of eric frein, following our coverage on the air and on line at right now, on your halloween morning, it is coming up on 6:03. i know a lot of kids wearing costumes to school today. throw a jacket on top, right? >> oh, absolutely, doesn't that take you back?
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oh, love to hear what some of your favorite halloween costumes were as a kid, tweet me, katie fehlinger my tag here, you can always hashtag cbs-3 mornings, always love to hear the entire news room what your favorites are around the holidays. meanwhile, we do have a pretty quiet forecast for the halloween parade during recess, for trick-or-treating later this evening, so much going on, so much of it outside, and it looks like the weather will, hey it, will cooperate. so clear for the moment. but that also meant that temperatures got a chance to really bottom out. allentown check you out. 29 degrees, right now, up in the lehigh valley, still at 28, holding steady, generally, in the last two hours, up in quakertown, so, it gives you a sense of the fact that the cooler suburbs, the cooler, more typically, you know, chilly towns, are definitely feeling the chill this morning. and you might end up with some frost on the windshield as a result. meanwhile, around the entire northeast, it is a quiet day for one final day here. your halloween forecast in philadelphia, expect it to reach about 57 degrees with sun, followed up by some
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clouds. and we can sort of break this down little bit more so for in you philly. expecting a partly sunny day, what we call it here generally overall. fifty-seven for the daytime high, smidge below average, but we will take it, it is real a generally, again, just quiet way to wrap up not just the month of october, but of course usher in the halloween holiday. vittoria, we send it into you. >> good morning, everyone, you know, we were going thousand some of the cameras in the traffic center. and there is a lot of good news out there for commuters on this holiday morning. traveling on all of the majors, really moving well. let's get outside. take live look. we take a look at the ben franklin bridge, no major delays in either direction. nice move into p a and into new jersey, and all of the bridges look great. if you are traveling, however, on 422, you are going to in the just touch of eastbound volume starting to build, but, nothing major around the area of 29. again, you have still some space inbetween the vehicles here. starting to build a tad, but no full swing rush just yet. overall things are moving well.
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now, on the traffic center we also getting report of this very serious accident at 55 northbound in new jersey, which is now closed, just beyond route 40. best alternate take delsea drive willow grove road. not too far away from the franklinville section, no delays for mass transit, and things at the airport will also moving really wellment ukee? >> vittoria, thank you. flames engulf the top floor of this apartment building in west philly overnight. two people were hurt, including city firefighter, and it also left 60 other homeless. "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer joins us now, near cobbs creek, to tell you more about it, nicole, good morning. >> reporter: and good morning to you, ukee, yes, if you take a look behind me, see this scene is pretty clear. what you can't see is the extensive damage, pretty much tore through the chestnut apartment just to my left here. but, "eyewitness news" was on scene, as the flames tore through early this morning. >> i don't wish this on nobody. >> for resident in west philadelphia, a scary site this halloween morning, as dozens wait to find the upper
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level he their apartment building fully engulfed in flames. >> oh, i never seen a fire like this a day in my life. i never seen it. it was flames, and fire, everywhere up there. >> it was just before midnight, when firefighters were called to the 6200 block of chestnut street for reports of heavy fire. >> i had no idea that they was going to my home where i live at, and to come see it burn down like that, crazy, man. >> samantha bowler didn't believe it at first, when officers came knocking, she didn't answer, until -- >> he kicked that door in. and i mean, he kicked that door in! and the whole door went boom. when i came outside, the whole third floor was in flames. >> the two alarm fire took about an hour and a half to get under control, as fire crews evacuated between 50 and 60 resident. >> we did transport one civil yan, one firefighter to area hospital, they are stable at this time.
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>> now, the american red cross has set up shelter at the say err school at 58th and walnut streets, so far 66 resident have checked in, and there they will be provided with things like the cots, blankets, pillows, other sort of comfort items to get them through the night. for now live in west philadelphia, nicole brewer, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> nicole, thank you. >> happening today, septa and it largest union get back to the bargaining table at noon with potential strike looming. management and the transport workers union held talks at the wyndham hotel in old city yesterday. but, they couldn't reach a deal. they're reportedly hung up over pension benefits, any work stoppage would affect septa bus, subway, and trolley service. but the union promises to give riders 24 hours notice before a strike. also, happening today, a pennsylvania state senator leanna washington is resigning her office. washington pleaded guilty yesterday to a conflict of interest charge in norristown. the 69 year old democrat admitted using state senate staffers and other resources
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to plan campaign fundraisers. >> i've always been known to stand up for what i believe in, and what is right; however, this resolution with the attorney general's office is the best decision for my constituents, my family ... >> a judge sentenced her to five month probation. she'll spend the first three month on house arrest. washington has spent more than 20 years in the legislature. she gets to keep her pension but was ordered to pay back $200,000 to taxpayers. a suspected rob is her behind bars this morning, thanks to social media, and a security camera. let's show you video shot tuesday. police say the man you see there, grabbed the woman by the hair and stole her money, then ran down the 4800 block of windsor street. word of the robbery spread through an on line community bulletin in the university city neighborhood. >> resident in the area began looking at the surveillance video equipment they have at
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the residences, a resident found video after male who runs past her home. >> police arrested the man a day later thanks to that video. we spoke with the owner of philly spy shop, who told us more and more city residents are buying surveillance cameras for their homes. >> right now it is 6:09. we have some new information this morning, about that rocket explosion, and why it blew up. that is next. >> also ahead, the national guard is sent to had a high we to help with the river of lava, threatening entire communities. but there is some good news to report. and have you ever craved a latte, but just felt little too lays toy actually go out to starbucks to get it? we have good news for you. exciting new service that could bring that latte right to your front door. coming up. >> ♪ thriller ♪ >> one of my favorite videos of all time.
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>> we got to learn this dance one of these days. >> we do. the vincent price laugh at the end? >> do you it very well. do it now. >> (ukee laughing). >> very good! we'll be back. have a safe and happy halloween. ♪
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>> that rocket operator engaged self destruct button shortly after it became apparent there was a problem with the launch. the rocket was supposed to carry 5,000 pounds of
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supplies, and experiments, to the international space station. >> meanwhile, a stream of lava pouring from the hawaii volcano finally slowing down. officials plan on using the break-in togs lay down water and foam in the laugh's projected path. it has been going toward the small village since june. so far the lava has only scorched grassy areas. the hawaii national guard is there on the ground to help with roadblocks and safety issues. all right, right now, it is 6:13. let's get traffic and weather together. katy? >> today will be generally pretty quiet day, good timing, since we of course have so many things going on outside today. halloween parades, you have friday night football games going on, you have also of course trick-or-treat, who can forget about, that like the big one, then storm scan3 showing the signs of life here from two separate systems, starting to bear down on us. now, here is the good news with this. it is going to eventually intensify, ramp up into a very significant storm. but we here in the delaware
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valley, really miss the brunt of t so let's walk you through this here. future weather shows it well, later tonight, first showers may fall, but trick-or-treat should stay dry, then those two pieces start to merge. and they're starting to just begin to merge, over our area, so we get some showers tomorrow, it is breezy, it is chilly, but two don't really come into one, and look at this, oh, that's a monster storm, right there, they really start to come together until this is beginning to pull away. so yes, we will see showers, chill, wind set in, but really dodge ago bullet on this particular system. meanwhile, here is just quick check for those halloween trick-or-treat plans specially here. mid low 50's, generally throughout the course of the evening, but we just have some clouds to worry b so sweatshirt weather under the costumes, as i've been saying. weekend is a lot colder, and then we rebound nicely. by election day back to the 60s. vittoria? >> good morning, everyone, looking at 95, we are g in the southbound direction as you make your way beyond cottman avenue, starting to feel just
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a little bit of that rush hour pull. so heading out of the northeast, things will only grow from right now, so if you are watching us right now, definitely anticipate that volume on southbound 95 for sure. around girard avenue, actually not awful, but through the construction zones, where things really heat up. take a look at 476, southbound, northbound, commuting around the area bridge pike. no problems just yet. around the mid-county toll plaza, schuylkill, 95, all looking good. unfortunately very serious accident now closing route 55, in new jersey, northbound, just beyond route 40. your best alternate to take is 47 or willow grove road. this accident is involving a dump truck that was containing sand and four vehicles. we will continue to keep you updated on this for sure. no delays for mass transit. ukee? >> vittoria, thank youment breaking news tops today's headlines, captured fugitive eric frein will be in court this morning at 9:00. he was apprehended yesterday in pocono township, seven weeks after he allegedly gunned down a pennsylvania
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state police corporal. >> more breaking news right now. a firefighter and another person are injured in a cobbs creek apartment fire. dozens of people are in the care of the red cross. that fire broke out around midnight, near 63rd and chestnut negotiations resume between septa and it largest union, trying it avoid a strike. a walk-out would stop subways, trolleys, and buses. >> we'll be right back. newspapers speak out. tom corbett has been something of a disaster.
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>> eagles take on the texans sunday in houston, birds look to get back on the winning training. joined by the voice of the eagles, merrill reese, for expert's perspective on the game. ready to go? >> i'm all set, ukee. >> merrill, let's start with how you think ukee defense should handle watt, reggie white, makes all of his defensive line mates better, how do you contain him, and attack the houston defense? >> 's great player, ukee, i would not put him in the class of reggie white at this stage in his career. you are talking about one of the greatest defensive ends who ever lived. for now jj watt is fourth year player, great player, but that is a big, big man to try to emulate. i think he's good. i think he's tough. but i think the key is getting rid of the ball quickly, he is tough to keep out of the backfield, swats the ball down, but one of the things is nick foles, 6-foot five. so i don't think jj watt
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knocking his passes away. he'll put pressure on him, but if you get the ball out of your hands quickly to an open receiver you'll be fine. >> chip has said all week they have a good red zone defense, birds turnovers have been critical. practice this week, how much emphasis did you see on the attention to detail in the end zone? >> every week, not just this week, they work on the red zone, work on the short yardage every single week, but excuse has to be better t appears they're getting jason kelce back at center, and i think that will be a plus. >> brill brian, doing some of the same thing, this guy hard to bring down? >> good running back, very, very tough running back, but the eagles have handled l run well. the scariest part, as far as the eagles defense, has been their inability to stop the big play. we saw that last week, with that dagger in the heart, the throw to john brown. you can't have that. so, i'm not worried about them stopping foster. >> all right, turn down the
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sound and let merrill and mike get down on sport radio wip. give quick six our friend, my friends. >> great weekends, my friends. >> you too, save travel. eagles football sunday in texas. >> there we go. right now 21:00, and say good-bye to those long lines at starbucks. it is getting even easier for java junkies to get that fix. >> also ahead we fall back this weekend for daylight saving time. new study says it is a bad idea for our children's health. we'll discuss, when we come back.
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all right, 6:23 right now, let's get traffic and weather together. katie, good morning. >> good morning, erika. things off to quiet start for us, very chilly, i will give that you, but we are at least dry, that will change. we have one piece of a larger system, that's already visible here with some snow, across the canadian border. that will eventually move in, and merge with another piece
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of energy by tomorrow. forty-one your current temperature at the airport, way colder, though, not just in ac, but also in mount pocono. got some football games coming up here, looks like it will stay dry for all of your trick-or-treat plans, all of your high school football, by tomorrow the showers do move in. vittoria? >> thank you, so much, katie. good morning, everyone, yesterday, we had this same situation on the roosevelt boulevard. an accident, in the same location, as we take a look, southbound roosevelt boulevard, making your way around fox, the left lane is being compromised due an accident, as well as few emergency teams on scene. you will notice that one lane is getting by. and we also, this may be emergency teams to assist, as well, on the northbound ends. we'll continue to keep you updated on that, 95 expect slow down around girard. we will update you on the accident new jersey on 55, in just a bit. erika? >> all right, vittoria, thank you. maine's governor says he is ready to use quote the full extent of his authority to keep nurse casey hickox away from the public. hickox recently returned from treating ebola patients in west africa. and she's now defying a state
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order to stay in her home. hickox took a bike ride with her boyfriend yesterday. she says she has no symptoms, and that a quarantine violates her right. her boyfriends spoke out last night, saying, the quarantine battle is disrupting his life, as well. >> i'm not able to go to school and if we had kids, they probably wouldn't be able to go to school, as well. hickox has tested negative for ebola twice. she was quarantined against her will for several days in new jersey, after flying into newark airport. >> well, don't forget, this is the weekends, we set the clocks back one hour. researchers at the london school of hygiene and tropical medicine studied whether increased daylight hours would increase children's activity levels. they looked at 23,000 children, ages five to 16, from nine countries including the united state. scientists found when it gets dark early, children are less active. >> hour of daylight and
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evening, about 5% increase in the children's physical activity. >> the extra daylight could mean two more minutes of running around each day. it may not sound like a lot, but researchers say children only get about half hour of vigorous activity a day. so even a little bit would help. doctor goodman also says not big enough to get the whole solution to the problem of a lack of physical activity and obesity, but she adds, it is a step in the right direction. >> play 60, try to get 60 minutes a day. >> kids and adults. >> no question about it. trick-or-treaters will be out in full force tonight. if you see teal colored pumpkins they're if the just for decorations. >> painted pumpkins are project from the food allergy research and education organization, also called fair. the group is encouraging people to give out innocent-food treats, so children with food allergies can also enjoy the holiday. homes that are taking part this year will have those teal colored pumpkins out front. now, all week long, we've
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been asking you to send us your halloween pictures, using hashtag cbs-3 halloween. just few of our favorites. let's take a lock. >> oh, i love those. specially the pet costumes, pirate hat cracks me up. >> oops i'm bottom right corner. hang on, is that an erkle the bottom left. >> did i do that? >> i like. uh-huh. well done. >> thank you everyone, of course there is still time to send us your pictures, tweet us photos of your kids, your pets, your home anything with the hashtag cbs-3 halloween. you can see your photos right here on "eyewitness news", finally here, and i i will say, not a lick every cans knit studio. we have to fix that. >> what's one that? >> we used to have some snickers, kit cats, something. >> candy corn, that would do. >> something! our time now 6:27. it is a busy morning. we are following two breaking news s stories, coming up in the next half hour. manhunt is over. they got him. eric frein has been captured. live in the poconos with new video, and a look at what
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happens next. >> live on the scene of massive apartment fire, sent a firefighter to the hospital, forced dozens of people out of their homes. >> and vittoria and katie return with your traffic and weather together. we of course do it on the 3's. we're back at the bottom of the hour.
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he he will leud dollars the law for seven weeks, police finally caught up with eric frein. new video following his
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capture yesterday evening. >> now the next phase is justice. this morning, frein awaits his day in court. >> good morning, everyone, "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo outside the pike county courthouse in milford to tell you more. jan, good morning. >> erika, ukee, good morning there is has been very long, and very stressful time in the lives of people living in northeast pennsylvania. but happening today, eric frein will face a judge for the first time, arraignment set for 9:00 this morning, he's facing many charges, including, murder, now, the district attorney is pursuing the death penalty. >> if he got out of the woods, we were very concern woe kill other law end foesment, if not them, civilian. >> through the tireless work of hundreds in law enforcement, eric frein is free no longer. >> we weren't going to stop until this fugitive was arrested. and i'm glad that it ended,
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without any other loss of life, including his. frenal captured in a open field near abandoned air plan hangar in pocono township, investigators say it was taken by surprise, and meekly gave up law enforcement approach. putting his hands in the air, officials say he was unarmed. >> not just give up because he was tired, he gave up because he was caught. >> he has been stripped of his bombs, his guns, now his freedom. >> investigators say frein shot and killed corporal brian dixon, seriously injured another pennsylvania state police trooper, outside of the blue man grove barracks early september. at times, the seven week manhunt for the suspect closed area schools, canceled outdoor event, and block roads. >> helicopter, swat trucks all over the road, police vehicles. >> brian hers this. when frein's pipe bombs were found near his home. he said he is relieved life will return to normal. >> my nef yours will be excited because they like trick-or-treating and
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everything. >> community hoping to get back to normal. hoping this arrest provides some sort of closure for the victims families, we're toll, when frein was arrested, he was arrested with that slain trooper, handcuffed, and taken away in the slain trooper's cruiser, then taken to the state police barracks, where frein allegedly committed the crime. reporting outside of pike county courthouse, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> all right, jan, thank you. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the capture of eric frein. when you're not near a tv, go on line to 6:33, trick-or-treaters headed out today. bundle up? >> the best advice, this is pretty quiet day for us, little cooler at the height of the afternoon, then average, but it is still pretty pleasant day that said. so, here's a look at storm scan3, quiet, clear as a bell, allowed a significant drop on
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the thermometer. allentown mount pocono, they stick out like sore thumb. into the 20's in those locations, not much winds, so what you see what you are getting on the thermometer, in other words, feels like those values. because there is not a chilly winds to go along with it, but also means you might see some frost form on your winds she will. keep that in mind in some of the colder suburbs shall you might need extra minute to that you it out before you hit the road. sun followed by clouds today, quiet, cool day by comparison to what is usual, about 62 degrees, not too terribly far from the average. but, meanwhile, we've got beasley friday football frenzy game of the week this evening, it will be glassboro at bishop use that is here. 54 degrees at kick off, generally just clouds at 7:00 p.m. specking shower later tonight. certainly with just some clouds, trick-or-treat egg, it is a go and it all looks good. but sweatshirt weather, torrey. >> definitely note that. want to get that in there. good morning, everyone, a lot to get in in regard to traffic
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right nowment major accident, in new jersey, if you are traveling in franklin township. gloucester county, but first, let's talk about the roosevelt boulevard. southbound roosevelt boulevard, notice, some activity over to the shoulder, good news is, this incident on the shoulder. bad news trying to recover now from residual traffic on top of some rush hour volume. southbound on the boulevard expect delays, from broad street, continuing down through to the schuylkill. >> this accident not too far away from 76, between i would say fox and the twin bridges. as we continue, let's give you update on the accident in new jersey. gloucester county between route 40, little mill road. you will have the right lane block. you have a good stretch of delays. so, a good alternate take 47 or willow grove. this accident wag involving a dump truck caring sand and four vehicles. medical helicopter was called to the scene, but they're not reporting any life threatening injuries. please give yourself more time. we will continue to keep you updated on this incident as well as your entire rush.
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ukee? >> vittoria, thank you. firefighters and resident hurt in massive two alarm apartment fire in west philadelphia overnight. "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer, is at the scene, in cobbs creek, with more on how they are doing. nicole, good morning. >> good morning, definitely scary scene on halloween, for resident of chestnut hill amount. they woke to up find heavy fire all throughout their apartment building, also some smoke filling the hallways. now, u-shaped building, you can see, so little difficult to see all of the damage from this side, 6200 block every chestnut street here, fire crews had their work cut out for them. they work to get the massive flames under control, safely evacuating between 50 to 60 resident. now, the rest of the displaced are actually getting help from the red cross, which has set up temporary shelter inside the school at 58th and chestnut street.
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>> setting one the cots, blankets, pillows, anything they need for the evening. work with the salvation army and other partner organizations, to make sure these folks are taken care of. >> and that shelter, excuse me, actually 58 answer walnut st. told two people were taken to the hospital of the university of pennsylvania. they're both in stable condition. so, other than that, no other injuries reported. live in west philadelphia, nicole brewer, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". all right, nicole, thank you. >> well, the shots taken from the sky, just breathtaking. but many philadelphia resident are cracking down on drones. police asked for the bill after a man flew a drone over the linc during the eagles-giants game october 12th. councilman james kenney says that the ordinance would make it a crime to fly over large crowds or follow people. >> you just want to make sure people understands that there is some price to pay for the misuse of technology, and misuse of things that are available to them. >> well, many people use drones, for recreation, and
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photography, many others worried about privacy and weapon use. the federal aviation administration says drones must stay away from airports, fly below 400 feet, and avoid large events. well, captured on camera, ups work nerve new york takes out his aggression on a box labeled fragile. watch as he kicks and rolls it all the way back to the truck. it happened after the driver was told by a business that they could not except a package cod inside that package, $12,000 nitrogen calibration system. ups says it is investigating. >> there are cameras everywhere. >> well, it is never too early to start thinking about shipping those holiday packages. >> even on halloween, i guess. >> us postal service just released there are holiday shipping schedules. december 20th, that is the last day to send a package in the u.s. first class or priority mail. and if you want to send internationally, do you have drop it until mail no latter than december 10th, to get it there in time for christmas. >> and the competition is
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heating up among retailers this holiday season. wal-mart is now considering matching on line prices from competitors like it previously only matched prices at brick and mortar stores. the retail giant is also slashing prices off more than 20,000 items with toys and electronics. that will promotion starts tomorrow. lasts for 09 days. well, forget waiting in line at starbucks for your pumpkin spice latte. >> pretty soon that coffee chain will deliver it to you. how about that? starbucks just announced it will start delivering food and drinks in some cities next year. for now, the company is not offering many detail, so we don't know if philadelphia's going to be part that far program. we also don't know what the delivery charge will be. because latte's four bucks, charging you say $2 to deliver it? >> see, i knew would you stay on top of this. >> i'm quite serious. pull up in your pj's, but then you got to leave? >> got to get your snuck he will on. new ad campaign from victoria
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secret sparking outrage. not the images we always see models scantly clad in loungerie. it is the word perfect body splashed across the ad. we want to know what you think. is it less than perfect? join the conversation hashtag cbs-3 mornings. we could road your comment on air. >> also ahead, word is tom cruise has a new girlfriend. finds out who he's been seen with in london coming up. >> ♪ >> how many out there just shot a ghost busker? did you shout it out loud? i know you did. >> waking up this halloween morning, looking liver outside atlantic city. going to be cold day for the goblins and witches out there, dressing up to go to school. want to bundle them up before you go to the bus stop. katie has your spooky forecast. coming up on the one, two,
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>> tonight's mega millions drawing, not too shabby, the 11th largest jackpot in the game's history, $284 million. if you play, good luck. time 6:43, your traffic and weather together on the 3's.
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>> boy the puns are endless on halloween? the monster jackpot, right? >> ooh. >> haha. i just can't do it as good as you, i should just leave it to you. guys, we want to check in with weather watchers in the weather watcher network. one modally draws my attention the one that came in from eileen murray, 25 degrees, the reported temperature where she is in gilbertsville. she has nice clear sky. she said everyone clearing off the frost. so the coldest typically coldest location, you will find that this morning, calm wind, clear sky, clear, and cold, as well, for keith in sailors berg, 32 degrees currently. so it is chilly. just northeast of philadelphia, sent this one in, sunrise 7:27 for him. the dew point are pretty low, but the temperatures are pretty cold. take a look. thirty-nine is the current temperature reported there. and we take you out near the shore point, where timothy mitchell has yet to put in his picture. we are working on that one. clear, chilly, at this point
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in tuckerton, new jersey, and the temperatures reported at 34 degrees. now, the chill is here to stay for couple of days. but by tomorrow, and even as early as late tonight, showers do start to move if from duo of storms, that are going to start to merge together. we don't get the brunt of the storm, but we do get some impact here. so chilly, sort of raw saturday, with showers, maybe some steadier pockets of rain specially southeast of philly, sunday, brightening right back up for sunshine, but it is cold. we don't even hit 50, and it will feel colder when you factor in the win. we keep it bright monday, tuesday, and do start it rebound on the thermometer. still looking for few more people to join our team. so sign up right now, head to the website for details vittoria? >> warning right now, live chopper three over the scene of very serious accident in new jersey. this is in gloucester county, franklin township, if you are traveling this area, dealing
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with multiple vehicle accident involving dump truck caring sand. fifty-five northbound, route 40. sand spilled on to the roadway, and there are many emergency teams as well as tow trucks on scene, so, four vehicles, one dump truck, now dealing with clean up, and still with this closure, we going to be dealing with some heavy heavy delays in this area. as you'll notice, we also have skidmarks, look at that, as you make your way into the embankment, looks like part of the accident on the shoulder as well, live chopper three kind of opens up the shot a little bit. you will notice that just it is serious. it is going to be out there for a while. again, 55 northbound, you will experience intermittent closures, between route 40 and little mill road, best alternate, route 47 and willow grove road. special usual rush hour delays on 95. we head back to the desk. >> thank you. >> we are getting a new look at eric frein, captured survival list, accused in the murder of a corporate last month.
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apprehended yesterday after seven weeks in hiding. frein faces arraignment and at 9:00 this morning in northeastern pennsylvania. more breaking news, firefighter and another person were injured in this, apartment fire, near 63rd and chestnut near cobbs creek. dozens of people are in the care of the red cross. >> septa and it largest union resume contract negotiations today, they're trying to avoid a walk out that would stop subways, trolleys, and buses. >> right now, it is 6:47. victoria secret coming un fire for a new ad, what they call the perfect body. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry shows us what all of the fuss is about. >> this advertisement, is catching shoppers eyes, but not for the reason you think. it is no secret that victoria secret uses thin models for their campaigns, but, add the words perfect body, and that will stir up the perfect debate. women and men took their opinions to social media. soon, the hashtag imperfect started trending. now, there are on line petition for the company to
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take its ad down. >> there is a consumer sentiment, and backlash against the line of perfect body because a lot of women are feeling this is not representative of their perfect body. >> and, anisi an advertising expert. she says this casino of criticism from consumers has a silver lining for the company. >> in this instance, it is very interesting, that they've got answer lot of people talking about a bra that might not otherwise get attention. >> says there is a reason why loungerie companies don't use real women as models. >> loungerie in general is about fantasy, and story telling. >> we spoke with some shoppers who were outraged over the new ad campaign saying there is no such thing as a perfect body. >> we're all different. and that's a good thing, we are all unique, and that's it. >> i think they should user ray of body types, not just focus in on one size six or size three or size seraglio this could lead to eating disorder. you snow they might look at that and say oh, no, i'm too fat. >> show the positive aspect.
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not everybody is small and really everybody, everyone should appreciate their bod. >> i perfect advice to have the perfect body. in marlton, syma chowdhry, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> now, like syma was saying, shortly after the ad campaign started twitter erupted when people criticizing victoria secret. fired back using the hashtag imperfect. and we have folks what do they think about. >> this we have got mix every opinions here. ed says what's the outrage? in add looks far less risque than others i've seen, and it is victoria secret we are talking about here. next up bill says that's different from every other ad they've ever done? some not offended by t em say says i'm perfectly i am expecter. hash tack imperfect, hashtag i am happily i am expect if ily imperfect. >> one more time. simmone says: hashtag imperfect stop shaming victoria seek are the and their models. missed the point of the ad which is the bra's, and by the
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way, their models look perfect too. next up, dakota says i can't wear a single victoria secret bra because they don't make them in my size, hashtag don't care hashtag imperfect. and last but not least this was interesting. dove came out saying today we celebrate the perfect real body and all the women who have said hashtag imperfect the way i am. hashtag throw back thursday. now we want to know what you think, so please join the conversation using hashtag cbs-3 mornings. we'll be right back.
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>> coming upton on "eyewitness news" at 11. have you heard of kamut? >> absolutely not. >> are you baffled by crazy sounding ingredients? food? >> i have no idea what it is. >> to smelt, "3 on your side" explains it all. i'm health reporter stephanie stahl. checking out some of the crazy new food ingredient, coming up tonight at 11:00. >> ♪ >> maybe, maybe tom cruise dating lindsey lohan? >> depends who you ask. says 52 year old cruise, 28 year old lohan are in london, spending time together. the report claims the actors exchanged numbers at party earlier this month.
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lohan apparently met cruz back in 95 at a mission impossible film. >> keyed yan set rowing and will reportedly play apple co-founder steve wozniak in jobs, new steve jobs bio pick. screen writer aaron sore kin previously announce dollars christian bale will portray jobs in the role. >> hocking jay part one does not open in theatres for three more weeks, but already it is breaking records. several ticket buying websites say mocking jay has sole more first day advance tickets than any other move any 2014. it is also doubled pre sales compared to catching fire that was the last movie last year. the hunger games mocking jay part one opens in theatres november 21st, i'm told the trailer you're looking at it right here and it looks awesome. >> awesome. >> can't way to see this. >> i'll be lined one my side braids. >> that doesn't surprise me in the slightest. all right, my friend, off to very chilly start here in the delaware vale. start things off with this shot behind me.
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take full screen. beautiful view of some of the light of day coming over the horizon, because so clear, so cold, you probably have frost on the win shield, so make sure that you give yourself that time and the colder suburbs specially, talking to you, to be thawing out before you hit the road. this evening looks good for trick-or-treaters. top off 57 around midday, but sun gives way to more clouds than is really all we have going for us, just clouds, overnight, however, we could start to see a shower moving on in. vittoria? >> thank you so much, katie, live chopper three, again, over the scene of 55 northbound, an accident, that we're telling, with. >> in gloucester county, it is a multiple vehicle crash involving a dump truck, caring sand, and four vehicles, they have finally re-opened, the left-hand lane, but dealing with a five-mile back up. so this morning, plan accordingly, for this, and definitely stay with cbs-3 as we move over to the "cw philly", update you on the situation. so, your best alternate if you
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are traveling in that area, would be, to take delsea drive. keep in mind we are still dealing with the accident in bucks county, the closure of route 13, or actually, the southbound lanes have been reopened, but northbound lanes remain closed new falls road would be your best alternate. >> the latest theme hotel room going from temporary attraction to permanent fixtures. >> they apparently really like bash any buenos aries. >> ♪ lucky girl ♪ >> sure fantastic there, check it out, hilton hotel, mattel, teamed up several years ago to make this barbie theme. now it is permanent. everything you see pink. and the 32-inch tv, that is in the room there, it has barbie movies running non-stop. >> oh, wow. >> yep, barbie product, barbie everything. we're told the hotel costs $179 a night. however, they're book up through the end of the year. but can you imagine for a little girl? oh, my gosh. >> can you imagine? twist my arm to stay there.
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>> holdup. do they show ken any love? can ken -- >> sorry ukee, no. >> girls only. >> girls only? okay. >> girls rule. >> welcoming up in just a couple of minutes, more local news weather traffic and weather together sports. >> coming up our live coverage of the capture of alleged copp killer eric frein continues. we're live in up-state pennsylvania where he's set to go before a judge this morning. >> next on cbs this morning, more on the capture of eric frein. >> hope to see you in macarthur's world, he opposes new laws to ensure women receive equal pay for equal work. and macarthur opposes a woman's right to choose
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backed by a group that would outlaw abortion even for rape and incest. for us in the real world, aimee belgard. aimee will fight for equal pay and protect a woman's right to choose. aimee belgard's on our side. i'm aimee belgard and i approve this message.
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good morning. it is friday, october 31, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." an alleged cop killer after weeks on the run. the state wants the death penalty. the nurse says no deal as quarantine negotiations break down. and king james returns to court in cleave bveland, but ths no fairytale ending. we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we assure you from everybody here, justice will be served. >> police capture the pennsylvania fugitive. >> the seven-week manhunt for eric frein ended quietly.