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new this morning, 30 lease are investigating a violent home invasion/robbery, a resident is stabbed and rush to the hospital. also this morning an off-duty delaware county police officer is shot ape killed. we're following latest development overnight and we will have a live report. thousands gathered in st. peters square as pope francis says mass this palm sunday day. today is sunday march 27th, good morning, i'm todd quinones in this morning for nicole brewer. the here's a look at weather that brings us, of course to meteorologist carol erickson. carol, little warmer today but not as warm as we want it to be. >> we need 75, we need about three weeks of 75-degree temperatures, in problems at all, but instead we're well below freezing but we do warm up this week. we are getting closer a lot closer. we should be by the even of the week to see temperatures in the 60's around here which
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would be great. we will just reverse the numbers that wee there the at 26. but blue skies, it looks beautiful, ben franklin bridge, it looks gorgeous at the shore as well. sunnies coming up as well and it looks like just a magnificent looking day. out in reading, i don't see any snow out there which is great, everything has melted, gonna way it is 23 degrees. if anything were there it would still be there because temperature being that low. and we are finding on storm scan three no problems whatsoever, just clear skies, beautiful looking start to the day. twenty-six in philadelphia a at the the airport. twenty-four in trenton. twenty-five in wilmington. it is 15 in the poconos. it is 24 in atlantic city. with the wind it is even colder then it was last time i talk to you about this which was about 15 minutes ago. it is now feeling like 14 out in the airport in philadelphia which makes you want to get on the plane and 14 in wilmington. four is how it feels in allentown. we are 9 degrees colder then yesterday morning at this time. but the the trendies to add
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numbers in the afternoon. so we will get to the upper 40's today, mid to upper 40's and we should be finding sunshine all day long. we will talk about maybe a couple chances of precipitation coming up on that seven day forecast but all and all it does not look like a bad week coming up todd. >> reporter: new you this morning police are searching for a man they say stabbed and robbed a north philadelphia family during a home invasion. it happened on the 700 block of west erie avenue about 3:00 o'clock in the morning. the 25 year-old home owner is in stable condition at temple university hospital. there are no details on what was taken, during that robbery. also, new this morning a man is in einstein hospital after this fire in the 200 block of ease ashmed street in olney not too far from lasalle university. the victim is being treated for smoke inhalation. fire fighters controlled the nair in about a half an hour but so far there is no word on the cause. also new this morning a
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fire in a north philadelphia bakery. it is contained right now the the causes under investigation. the the flames broke out at about 2:30 this morning on the 2900 block of north between the second street. the the business is surrounded by apartments but they were evacuated successfully and there are no reports of any injuries. a developing story this morning, police are investigating the deadly shooting of an off-duty police officer in delaware county yesterday afternoon. kyw news radio reporter cherry greg is live in darby boro with the new information cherry? >> reporter: good morning, todd. police say that the 26 year-old darby boro police officer was shot and killed inside of his home saturday afternoon while he was off-duty. the authorities immediately launch an investigation and they are expect to file homicide charges later on today. police arrived at the the home in the 600 block of magnolia avenue just after 4:30 p.m. they were responding to reports of shots fired, and
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when they arrived they found a woman in the home and a four year veteran officer with a gunshot wound to the chest. the officer was taken to the presbyterian hospital where he died darby boro police chief bob smith smith called the officer a start on the force who will be missed. >> the fire fighters for a number of years in the boro of yeadon a number of their volunteers over there are very upset as my guys are very upset about it. it is like we lost a member of our family needlessly. >> reporter: smith says the four year veteran officer was part-time but had a bright future on the force because of the high quality of his work. now police say that domestic -- reports of domestic altercations had been filed previously from that home. in word yet on the name of that officer as his family is
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currently being notified of his death. live from darby boro cherry greg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherry, thank you. a philadelphia police officer is suspended with intent to dismiss, after he was arrested on several charges early yesterday. officer darryl cathey is charged with drunk driving and assault, investigators tell cbs-3 that cathey pulled up to the 12th district driving a patrol car with three flat tires. investigating say a supervisor who came out to see what was going on smelled alcohol on cathey's breath. the six year veteran is accused of assaulting that supervisor as he tried to take him into custody. there could be some travel trouble today, after a warehouse fire on west more land street in the tioga section of philadelphia. septa's manayunk norristown regional will rail line is shut down and it is out of commission until further notice. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson has the the
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story. >> reporter: four alarms three and a half hours, 65,000 square feet. saturday, the numbers stacked against philadelphia fire fighters, as they worked to take out aggressive flames. >> yes. >> reporter: fire fight's arriving on the scene at 2:30 saturday morning to this fire, consuming a vacant metal manufacturing plant as the battle intensified the alert jumped from two alarms to four. >> this fire was difficult to reach. >> reporter: fill fire commissioner derek sawyer said there were a number of issues in the way of getting the scene contain, chief among them a large structure collapsing on all side. >> when you have that amount of fire, it is going to cause interior collapse at some point. >> reporter: sawyer says his operation started from a defensive posture both to keep constant water pressure from overhead and to keep the team on the ground safe. >> it is a vacant property.
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we don't risk life for vacant property. >> reporter: another complication this, a septa regional will rail line running right in the back of this structure, cutting up a crucial access point for fire fighters. they just had to focus on hammering the top of the building with constant water pressure. a fire marshall is investigating the the cause no injuries reported. reporting from north philadelphia, i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". police have identified the philadelphia teenager accused of staning his own mother to death as 19 year-old zachary pritchit. the the attack happened friday morning on the 2800 block of reynold street in bridesberg. police did say that pritchit also critically injured his grandmother and initially told investigators that they were as a result of a home invasion. he now faces murder and aggravated assault charges. new this morning an air canada jet makes a hard landing in halifax nova scotia
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and then skid off the runway. flight 624 was traveling from toronto, with 132 passengers and five crew members. all of the people on board made it off safery, about two dozen people suffered minor injuries. the the air bus a320 was damage officials are investigating whether heavy snow played a role in that accident. and new to the latest on a deadly plane crash in the french alps. crews are continuing to search crash site for remains of the victims and flight data reporter. we are learning new details about the co pilot whom investigators say intentionally brought down the plane. cbs news correspondent chris van cleve has the the the latest from germany. woman claiming to be a flight attendant and former girlfriend of andreas lubitz told a german paper that lubitz would do something and then everyone will know my name. investigators believe that lubitz intentionally crash flight 95-25 killing himself and all 149 other people on
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board, after locking the plane's captain out of the cockpit. german prosecutors say that there is evidence that he hid a medical condition and treatment, including a shredded doctor's note excusing him from working the day of crash. now media reports say he sought treatment for a problem with his vision. police remain outside lubitz family home in germany where residents are trying to make sense of the tragedy. >> this neighbor says he is shocked. adding it will take time for people here to process what happened. investigators here in germany met with the french counterparts saturday to discuss what they have discovered so far including evidence gathered at the family home here. >> ♪ >> reporter: about 200 people from the communities nearest the deadly crash in the french alps gathered for an emotional mass to honor victims and to show support for their families. it is terrible. the it is horrible for the the families. there are no words. i'm broken.
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chris van cleve for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". of course, stay with "eyewitness news" as new details emerge in the crash of the germanwings flight. we will bring you updates on tv and anytime on line and at cbs philly.com. today is palm sunday day, and christians around the world are marking the most solemn week of the church calendar. pope francis celebrated mass at st. peters square at the the the vatican within the hour. today marks the annual diocese world youth day, pope francis is expect in philadelphia this fall for the world meeting of families. and happening today lots of love on the parkway nearly 10,000 runners are expect to take part in the second annual love run philadelphia half marathon. this is video from last years event. race begins at 8:00 near the art museum, there will be road closures from eakins oval to independent mall and throughout fairmount park.
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landmarks across the globe hope to shed some light on a big issue by going dark. we will explain just ahead. also ahead the search continues for two missing people after last weeks explosion and building collapse in new york city. plus how long investigators say it will take to clean up the aftermath. a live look right now at center sit the eye if you are getting ready to head out bundle up you'll need heavy winter coats but carol says there is a warm up later this week. her forecast when we come right back. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check in as little as 30 minutes. buying used cars is all we do... all makes and models... no dealership pressure. we'll even settle your loan or lease. so don't wait. get your free online valuation now at webuyanycar.com
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officials say it may take weeks to clear the debris from thursday's gas explosion and building collapse in new york city. the medical examiner's office and k-9 unit are helping. two people are still missing this he were inside a street level sushi restaurant at the time of the blast. the as for the the cause investigators are working to determine if plumbers made an ill will legal gas connection, in one of the buildings. and dramatic video has emerge of flooding aftermath in chile's northern desert region. some victims tried to dig out their homes and businesses this weekend while others dude in long lines to buy food. heavy rain caused flash flood, north of the capitol of santiago. a total of nine people have been confirmed dead, 19 more are missing. the cities around the world are celebrating earth hour to draw attention to
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climate change. at 8:30 local time cities turns out the lights on some of the world's most recognizable landmarks including the eiffel tower. in the u.s. times square, las vegas, broadway, the gateway arch in st. louis and golden gate bridge, all dimmed their light. we are off to a cold start and it gets better. i see the halo is back. >> oh, you to. >> all is good. >> how about that, it is just like that through go, look at this, the poconos. the beautiful start to the day. i will step aside briefly to get in front of your own set, regale with your own halo. that is enough. okay i'm back. we are looking at the shore beautiful conditions there too. sunnies coming up. it has a little competition with the cloud right new but that is in the the for long. as we head outside, look at this i want to get out of the way for this boat because you don't want to be run over by one of these. you can see the tugboat both i guess that is going up the
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delaware. some direction on the delaware. it is 24 degrees right now. but at least there is no ice to contend with in the delaware which is really, really nice, the city of philadelphia right over there we have a cold start to the day. finish of the the day will not be as bad as it was yesterday when it was very cold with that win, today, a little bit milder. the wind are not as much. the the skies, very clear, we will be looking at a really pretty looking day just as we are's starting out this morning with just gorgeous conditions. twenty-six in philadelphia. it is cold though. the it is colder then it should be this time of the year, even this time of the morning. twenty-four up in trenton. twenty-five in wilmington. we have 23 in allentown. fifteen in the poconos. 27 degrees down in wildwood. you head to the north and it is even colder 23 degrees in quakertown. twenty-one in willow grove and pottstown this morning. the just a chilly start to the day but with high pressure here we will start to see the air coming up out of the southwest that will continue to boost our temperatures, into the upper 40's today with sunshine tomorrow, into the
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the 50's, and probably the the upper 50's, before that happens though. it is just enough moisture that may be coming in on some of this warm air that we could see, a snow shower particularly to the north or brief rain shower early in the morning on monday, otherwise that gets out of here and tuesday there could be another shower coming through but still these temperatures will be very acceptable this week and they are close to normal and some cases maybe above normal. our future weather thinks the time to look up. here we go, check the clocks. check the the the screen. check your area and find that we've got tomorrow morning 5:00 a.m. computer model says that we could be dealing with a couple of light snow showers. a lot of this will be evaporating before it hits the ground but just know there could be moisture making its way to the ground. rain to the south. a as we go through 8:00 in the in morning some spots have have that going on by 11:00 o'clock at the shore very light showers, it is gone. monday looks fine. tuesday though we could be dealing with more rain showers, this model wants to
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put at least a chance of the the snow shower through the poconos, otherwise we are looking for some rain as we go through the day on tuesday and temperatures still though should be in the 50's on tuesday, the the lower even of the 50's and then we will see some nice weather coming up after that. 47 degrees today. forty-two at the shore. forty-two in the poconos. sunshine all locations our wind coming from the northwest but eventually out of the southwest tonight. 32 degrees. the mostly included which that late shower with the question mark, meaning early in the morning on monday, otherwise, wednesday, 55, thursday 65, maybe a shower or thursday night and maybe gannon friday as we are's at 65. todd. time to see how traffic is moving. here's ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic enter, good morning, ann. >> good morning to you. >> we are looking at that coney palmyra bridge. it is in the upright position as two tugboats and a barge and a tugboat both moved through. you can see tacony palmyra bridge is still closed in both
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directions a the this point. they have already passed through, so it should be opening up real soon. we will move the traffic cam to i-95, this is i-95 at columbus boulevard, no delays on i-95 through philadelphia, or its suburbs. volume picking up on this portion of i the 95 but not too bad. we will move the traffic cam to the walt whitman bridge mid span n delays or problems in the walt whitman in fine shape. further up if you are heading to the atlantic city on the atlantic city expressway westbound at 38, williams town exit, the left lane is block due to an accident. other than that ac expressway and garden state parkway are in good shape. so are 42 and 55 and 295. and, a note from septa a here we have a closure or actually services suspended on manayunk norristown line due to a warehouse fire or clean up from a warehouse fire on west more land street in philadelphia. that is very latest from the the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans now todd, back to
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for small animals at the university of pennsylvania vet school. you see patients all the time. >> yes. >> you are here today because a lot of dogs have stomach issues and you want to see them. >> correct, that is correct. >> you are doing a clinical trial. >> we started a clinical trial recently where we are looking for dogs with chronic signs of gastrointestinal disease and what we are trying to investigate is bacteria that lives in the dog's gi tract and how you that effects their response to different treatments for chronic gastrointestinal problems. >> what is chronic? a dog that has stomach diarrhea issues, all the time or what time frame. >> well, we would define chronic as anything greater than three weeks. it doesn't have to be all the time over that period but at least intermittent more days on than off yes. >> okay. now, with this, are you trying something new in this clinical trial that you would like to have people bring their dogs to or just what? >> there is no new therapeutic
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trial it is standard of care diagnostics and treatments. we are looking at this new investigation of the bacteria that lives in the intestinal track and we will look at that through biopsy that is we take as part of the study and looking at bacteria in stool samples. >> is it harmful? does the dog feel pain being in this clinical trial. >> no, they don't feel any pain. they go through standard diagnostic protocol which is extensive protocol to rule out other disease that he is could be causing clinical signs and diagnosis whether they have gastrointestinal problems. >> then you'll be starting on a prescription diet because every so often they get something else. then you move to antibiotics. >> correct. >> what would be the third phase. >> third face is corticosteroids, like predisone which is any line drug treatment that we use for inflammatory bowel treatment in dogs. >> is there anything people can do at home if they don't enroll in this trial and their doggies doing this when is it an issue you need to get to
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the vet soon if your doggies having a stomach problem. >> certainly before they reach 39 week point. we expect most of these vets will be seen by their primary vet, to have initial diagnostics but if they are not responding to the standard treatment, then that would be a time to consider the study. >> the first thing somebody at home should do if they have a dog with this problem, it happens within time okay, it happens next day you start to watch it. >> yes good if it happens more than two days in a row then it is time to seek a attention. >> then your vet may very well be just putting them on this hypo allergenic diet and doing antibiotics and steroid and that sort of thing. >> usually, but for acute problems, we don't reach for those diets because that is a pretty major change for people. >> yes. >> and for their pets and sometimes they don't like it. you know what you are doing. this is a 15 year-old dog and he looks terrific. >> we have information and we have put it up earlier how if you want to enroll your pet in this penn vet study on keeping them healthy.
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>> yes good we love that. >> that is the the goal. >> doctor mark thanks so much. >> thank you. >> gust, thank you. we will see you next time. and maybe you can help us, you can help us find tyler the the the missing australian shepherd gone since last april from galloway township, new jersey. we have put the dog on then. he has been spotted. landscaper left the gate opened and his dog got out. they have had trackers, they have a million people looking for this dog but maybe you you will be the one to see this dog, tyler. so please if you see him don't chase him just contact carol erickson's pet page on facebook with any details. hopefully bee can get tyler home there. thank you, carol. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 7:30 with the very latest on developing news shooting death of the off-duty police officer in delaware county. we are live with the latest. also a police officer in boston honored for his work in the have aftermath of the marathon bombings is shot during a traffic stop, we will have the the report when we come back.
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that is way too cold. we're some 10 degrees colder then we should be this time of the morning and about 10 degrees colder then we were yesterday morning. yesterday was in picnic temperature wise as you know with the wind and all it felt like 20's and 30's all day. blue skies start our day on sunday. so let's start with the the present and the present looks pretty nice. that is ben franklin bridge area, just great at the the shore, it looks lovely if you feel like getting out there one or two people are doing that right now. you'll find a lovely looking day in the ocean city area and really anywhere in the area down in rehoboth beach, it the looks terrific. ocean coming in right on schedule. our storm scan three is showing no problems. i would love to be able to say that any day of the week and especially on the weekend because they have been impacted a lot for the last couple of months and we always seemed to see a storm or colder temperatures on the weekend but today, yes, it is cold but it will be quite to it day. twenty-six in philadelphia at the airport. twenty-four in trenton. twenty-three in allentown.
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we have 24 in atlantic city. we will fine another number you might like, 23 in dover and millville, and cold out there, with the wind it feels like 14, in philadelphia and just about that cold if not colder in many other locations. we have seen these temperatures drop just about an average of 10 degrees from yesterday morning. now this have afternoon will be warmer then it was yesterday and it won't be as windy so it will feel better but still 46, 47 degrees with the slight breeze can feel colder. i think you can expect to find these temperatures feeling more like they are in the upper 30's today. future weather shows no problem, as we go through 4:00 o'clock this afternoon. we'd love to keep that look going. for the most part we can but there may be a few changes on that. i will show you that. a warmer seven day forecast coming up todd. >> carol, thank you. a developing story an off-duty police officer is death this morning after a shooting inside his home. kyw news radio cherry greg is live at darby boro is live
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with the latest developments, cherry. >> reporter: good morning, todd. the darby boro police department is mourning loss of one of their own this morning. they say a 26 year-old police officer was shot once in the chest while in his delaware county home saturday afternoon. police a arrived at the home in the 600 block of magnolia avenue just after 4:30 p.m. on saturday they were responding to reports of shots fired. when they arrived they found a woman in the home and a four year veteran officer with a gunshot wound to the chest. the the officer was taken to presbyterian hospital where he was pronounced dead. darby boro police chief bob smith called the part-time officer a star on the force who will be missed. >> he was an even tempered, nice guy, anybody that met him, they always had a a good word for him. you know, he knew how to talk to people and handle people.
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>> reporter: smith says the four year veteran officer was part-time but he had a bright future on the force because of the high quality of his work. >> it is like we lost a member of our family needlessly. >> reporter: that officer was also a fire fighter in yeadon. now, the the police say that reports of domestic disputes have previously been filed from that officer's home. they are expect to file homicide charges later today, as for the identity of the officer, it is his name that is not being released pending notification of his family. in darby boro cherry greg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". the the investigation into a deadly shooting inside of a frank for home, continues this morning, it happened early saturday morning on the 4300 block of elizabeth street. police say the the 24 year-old victim was shot several times
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in the chest and arms. right new there is in description on a suspect. and a decorated boston police officer once honored by the white house for his response to the boston marathon bombings is fighting for his life right now. gang unit officer john moynahand was shot during a traffic stop friday night. paul burton from our sister station wbz has the the latest. >> put that gun right to our officer's face, and basically tried to shoot him dead. >> reporter: william evans says officer john moynahand remains in critical condition after being shot in the face friday night in roxbury by 41 year-old angelo west. >> he was shot under the right eye. the bullet got lodged currently lodged, behind his right ear. >> reporter: investigators say authorities were in the area because of the previous shooting that took place. when they spotted west car commissioner evans says surveillance video clearly shows six officers approaching the the vehicle without guns drawn and as they were
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removing west from the car, he opened fire. >> his handing up as he comes out, point blank, he shoots the the officer right in the face. no officer even were close to having their guns out. >> reporter: as west attempts to runaway he continues to shoot at the police when officers fatally shot him. >> our job is to determine whether the officer's acted with justification. we're not going to make that call today. we never do. we will do a completely thorough investigation. >> reporter: thirty-four year-old moyna hand is a a former army range her served in iraq. six year veteran of the force and members of the department youth violence task force. he was honored at the white house as recipient of the top cops award. >> when the the bombs went off on boils son street he was one of the first one there. when dick darby got the shot at watertown he was within of the first officers to render aid. he will pull through. i hope there is in the too much damage. >> reporter: paul burton reporting. a woman at the scene was
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treated for a flesh wound and expect to be okay. three others were taken to the hospital with stress-related issues. this man 22-year old david dab qualifications is facing attempted murder charges after police say he shot seven people in panama city beach, florida. it happened during a spring break house party early saturday morning. the the victims were found inside of the home, and even across the street. several of the victims are in critical condition, and said to be students at alabama a and m university. the sheriff says the shooting was chaotic. >> we have drunk people, under the influence of drugs with guns and no respect for themselves others and most of all, authority. we have arrest pea for disaster. >> officials say daniels sprayed the house with gunfire, they recovered a 40 caliber hand gun in the yard of a nearby home. two people are seriously injured and ten more in hospitals after yesterday's train accident in los angeles.
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officials say hyundai and light rail commuter train collided near the university of southern california campus. the train derailed after the crash, details of that crash are still under investigation. high wind are blame for tipping over two large trucks on a interstate highway in montana. the trucks were traveling on i15 near the town of dillon yesterday. the vehicles were damage but there were no serious injuries. some parts of the montana and south dakota reported wind gusts of up to 60 miles an hour. and now to campaign 2015, the republican candidates for philadelphia city council at large face off the philadelphia republican party, hosted a debate at the german society in northern liberties on saturday. the invited candidates including incumbent dennis o'brien and david oh and they were joined by al, tan timmy, james wilson, and matt wolf. primary day in philadelphia
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is may the 19th. south jersey is welcoming home the world war two hero, this weekend. dozens of veterans and first responders rolled into westmont camden county. they celebrated the career of 91 year-old john laurelelo. he returned from in iwo jima his first time since he landed on it with thousands of other marines in 1945. >> i had high emotions low emotions of course, which caused me to well up several times. i just could not help it. i still do. i will probably be doing that for the next week or so because there is so many memories there for me even though it has been 07 years, they are just as fresh as though it happened yesterday. >> the group warriors watch riders organized that home
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coming. well hank the milwaukee brewers mascot returns to the stadium, first wandered into last year. we will show you. then actress angelina jolie makes a surprise appearance, her first since announcing her surgery to prevent cancer. her message to viewers. plus more from the annual kid choice awards. calendar says spring but it hure does not feel like it. carol's forecast on this chilly sunday morning when we come right back. trading-in or selling your car truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment. and three, pick up a check at your nearest buying center. ♪ find out how much your car is worth ♪ ♪ at webuyanycar.com ♪
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promises on is here and this weekend high school girls were treated for a personal shopper to find the perfect ensemble. "eyewitness news" at promise boutique prom fair in camden county college on saturday, junior and senior girls received a new or gently used gown accessories and new make up items from $25 or less. the president is put on by non-profit organization the mvp foundation. well, bachelor party crash are joey dejulio partied it up in philadelphia last night wearing a st. joseph shirt at the field house center in center city. the seattle man got inn tried todd jeff manneti's bachelor party by accident. dejulio had been mistaken for the groom with a similar last name and he was getting e-mails about the party. after finding out about the mix up manneti invited dejulio anyway. he raised thousands of dollars on line to pay for his trip to
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philadelphia. angelina a jolie makes her first public appearance since under going cancer preventive surgery. jolie appeared at the kid choice awards in last night in logs angeles. she hugged her two daughters when her name was announced for favorite villain in the role for maleficent. in her acceptance speech jolie had a message of empowerment for youngsters. >> different is good. so don't fit in, don't sit still, don't ever try to be less than what you are and when someone tells you, that you are different smile and hold your head up high and be proud. >> on tuesday jolie announce that had she had her ovaries removed after doctors told her that he was showing early signs of cancer. as for the the other winners of the night emma stone won for best actress in her role in the amazing spider man two. she managed to escape the
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traditional green slime but host of the ceremony there nick jonas ended up getting drenched. oh boy. it looks like they had a fun time. our weather watchers are not having a fun time this morning because they have to talk about all this cold weather that they are finding. how about 21 degrees this point in march, well, rick says that at bethel below freeze line on the last sat the day in march, this is march madness. oh, i could not have have said it myself. i wish i had said that, um. lets find a 24-degree temperature. there we go. that is what we're finding bill layden saying in car syringeton. it is cold outside at 24 degrees. it is cold in every single location. in fact everybody is below freezing mark. we have got another 24-degree temperature. this is what john has to say at 24 in tabernacle. it is cold outside. ask my oil person or if you
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only have a electric heat, you you know, what your bills are like. the lets take a look. lets walk and warm up. shall we? little exercise never hurt. ben franklin bridge we will walk along that bridge and find ourselves under clear skies in every single location. it looks absolutely gorgeous. look at how pretty it looks as we head out to kutztown 26 degrees beautiful start, the not a cloud in the sky out there. expect to find sunshine all day lodge. they can these temperatures to warm up as well. they better, at 26 in philadelphia right now. twenty-four in trenton. twenty-five in wilmington. way too cold. it is way too cold and it is way too cold for what we should this be time of the year, we should be in the upper 30's at this point in the morning. storm scan three in problems whatsoever, the clear skies, one of the reasons that we're finding these temperatures as cold as they are this morning. because any of the heat that we have built up yesterday and there wasn't much of it managed to escape. we have to start literally from ground zero, again and we
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will find temperatures this have afternoon getting in the upper 40's which is nice. the wind not as strong as yesterday, the sun will be brighter and probably out there for a longer period of time today. now as we get into tomorrow our high temperatures will be in the upper 50's. that is where we should be. this is in gift from the weather, thinks just normal from the the weather, and then finally we will get to normal. a front comes through. we will see a few showers. maybe early on monday. then again we may see a few showers around here on tuesday. the temperatures will be in the lower even of the 50's by tuesday. our computer model says and this continually updates as new information comes in and it is sampled lets see if there are any changes or not. nope. we are still looking at, at least as we get into 5:00 o'clock tomorrow morning a chance of the couple of snow showers. now the the air mass is very dry so with the evaporation and cooling maybe a few snow showers to the north. maybe we could find some rain showers through some other areas, so expect philadelphia almost on that dividing line where you see rain or a snow shower. it is brief, quick this is a
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look by the time we get to 9:00 o'clock in the morning. by tenor 11:00 o'clock it is completely gone. the the the skies are brighter. it is warming up. i think you'll love monday afternoon. then tuesday another chance of picking up some rain showers. temperatures still in the the 50's but look at this it wants to bring in a decent amount of rain on tuesday afternoon. expect to find those scattered around as we go through the day then. wednesday at this point looks terrific and we're still back into the the 50's. and, not there quite yet though. today in the 40's. forty-seven in philadelphia. forty-two at the the shore. poconos 42 degrees. we have a great thing for everybody to do, if you than can provide a forever loving home, and act action heroes, act is city animal shelter. they have been given a 1 million community challenge grant by petco so they want to generate as much as they cannot the way of adoptions and donations. it the is today through wednesday. today ten to 5:00, 111 west hunting park in philadelphia,
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$3 adoption. price should not matter. these animals are priceless. only need good homes need to go there but it is third anniversary of act and we want to get these animals into safe, loving homes as possible and as fast as possible. forty-seven, we're also looking for a little warm up today with the breeze, maybe feeling cooler but not as bad as it was, and not as bad overnight but remember those early snow showers and or rain showers, that you might find before we get to a pretty nice day, monday, at 58 degrees, tuesday, 51 with some rain showers around wednesday looks nice at 55. thursday, 65. maybe late in the day on thursday a shower, maybe another one at 65 on friday and not bad and maybe we will start the the day with the shower on saturday at 55 degrees todd. >> all right carol looking better, thank you. time to check the roads and highways. the lets go out to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center, good morning ann. >> good morning, todd. we have the love run at ben franklin parkway. a lot have of closures for the love run. looking to the right that is kelly drive that is actually
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opened. kelly drive is opened today but martin luther king drive to the lefties shut down between ben franklin parkway and montgomery drive again for the run. i will run down the closures. ben franklin parkway is shut down between between the fires and art museum circle arch street between sixth street and 16th street land down drive shut down between forty-first street and girard avenue. market street westbound, it is closed between sixth street and city hall. sixteenth street northbound again, that is closed between jfk boulevard and arch street. sixth street shut down between market and arch street. south cop course drive shut down between belmont avenue and forty-first street. these closures in effect from now until 2:00 this afternoon. it is a long run today, no pun intended there. we will move the traffic cam to the schuylkill expressway this is the schuylkill at university, no delays, but plenty of volume, look at the volume, both the east and west wound lanes. everything is coming along find. in problems on the the schuylkill through philadelphia or its suburbs. and on to the walt whitman bridge mid span just a beautiful picture. it is in good shape n problems
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or delays. further up 42 and 55 look good as well. that is the latest from the cbs-3 traffic sent iser, i'm ann evans, now todd, back to you. all right ann, thank you. kentucky and notre dame in a march madness thriller. we will have highlights coming up next in sports. but first here's a look at what is on cbs-3 tonight.
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march madness continues with the saturday night thriller. it was notre dame taking on undefeated kentucky with a final four birth on the line. thirty-three seconds left in the ballgame and all tied up, kentucky will drive for the basket and gets a foul and that will put andrew harrison on the line. so here he goes, he will hit both shots. notre dame gets one final chance on this one. they get the ball over to darren grant. he goes all the way in. he takes it to the corner the three ball does not go down, excellent defense, down the stretch, they get the job done wildcats win 68-66. they improve to 38 wins and zero losses. >> it was arizona and wisconsin in the west regional. this guy so fun to watch. frank a seven footer got the basket reverse lay up puts badgers up by nine.
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time winding down wisconsin up by five. well, they are put it away. sam decker with the deep three to seal the deal. even aaron rodgers loves that. badgers wins 85-78. they are heading to the final four. elite eight wraps up today with two games on cbs 367,891st up we have michigan state taking on louisville at 2:20. gonzaga and coach k and duke blue devils at 5:05. you are away mike krzyzewski is polish. gonzaga has a will polish player on the squad. the reporters asked if they could pronounce and spell each others names. >> could you give me a favor and try to spell kornsky. >> you know what polish people don't have to do that. i would say kornski. ask him how he really pre announce is it. ask him to pre announce my name. >> like k-r-z-y-w-s-k-i.
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pretty close. >> so close. >> the flyers begin a week nine points out, seven games left and barring a minor miracle they are not going to the the post season. we are paying close attention to jay voracek bat tolling finish up as nhl points leader. san jose sharks paying a visit to the wells fargo certainty. flyers down one. moving the puck . voracek to grossman michael rafl puts the rebound in. that earns an assist for voracek and with that the the game is tied. third period, flyers on the power play, claude giroux lights the lamp. voracek got era cyst on that play. flyers come back to tie up the game at two. this one goes to the shoot-out. you know, this has been a problem for flyers. they get one chance. voracek is keeping pace with sidney crosby, in the race for the art a ross trophy.
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>> i think jake's facing a very competitive guy. his priority toys win hockey games first and foremost. you know, he has to produce for us. he has, all year. i mean he will continue to try to do that. >> that is all for sports. i'm leslie van arsdal. have a great sunday. just as baseball is back the in the springtime, hank the milwaukee brewers mascot has a a arrived in arizona you might remember hank from last year when he wandered in the sprucer spring training camp and was adopted by the team. the brewers say his position would be rover, excuse me for. that the general manager says hank is also going north with the team once again, this season. >> good luck to hank. that is it the for "eyewitness news" at 7:00 here's is what coming up at 8:00. new this morning a man is taken to the hospital after an overnight fire more on his injuries, coming up next. plus learning moves from a
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classic movie how some students are having the the the time of their lives in dance class. that is coming up next. our weekend forecast ends the month of february carol comes back to tell us how long this spring chill will last.
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you live report straight ahead. pope francis leads sunday mass as start of the most holy week of the christian calendar. good morning, it is sunday march 29th i'm todd quinones in for nicole brewer. we have had a first full week of spring and these cold temperatures are putting up a fight. here's meteorologist carol erickson with eyewitness weather. it just went go away. >> no, we are so sick of jackets and gloves scarves it is practically april but we have another warning of that but i think you'll like the temperatures on the seven day forecast better than what we have been dealing with. we have beautiful looking conditions, this morning. center city philadelphia the city silhouetted against that blue sky. then in the poconos i saw them grooming that trail and see that vehicle go up and down the slopes. perfect looking day for that with the sun out and temperatures coal. snow isn't going anywhere in the poconos. ardmore 23 degrees and in the a bit of snow in sight on the ground, which is love

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