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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 lovely. we have storm scan three
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showing nothing falling, either, we have a few cloud that are leaving and it will be a bright beautiful day to day. twenty-eight out at the airport in philadelphia. we have pick up a degree, 25 in trenton. 27 degrees in wilmington. it is still just 16 in the poconos but with the wind it feels generally like 17 degrees straight down from allentown to philadelphia right to millville and over to dover. cold morning out there, we do start to see these temperatures climb though and by 9:00 a.m. we should be around 28 degrees, that is not hard there. by noon though 37 degrees and we will close out the the day with temperatures in the mid to upper 40's. we will show you future weather. looking for sunshine all day licensing right through 4:00. a few clouds late tonight and then what is this? by early monday morning there could be a brief rain or snow shower, moving into the area. it doesn't look like a big deal at all, should be gone by 10:00 o'clock tomorrow morning but something to watch. just because it is a nuisance
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and these temperatures may be colder, so we will continue to time line that and talk about what is coming up the rest of the week todd. >> carol, thank you. police are searching for a suspect in the north philadelphia home invasion the 25 year old home owner was stabbed and robbed during the home invasion and in stable condition this morning at temple university hospital there is no word on what was stolen from that home. also new a man is being treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire not far from lasalle university. the the "eyewitness news" on the to hundred block of east ashmed street fire under control in a half april hour but investigators are still looking for the the cause. it took fire fighters a an hour to get this upper hand on this fire, in a bakery, near between the second and cambria streets in north philadelphia. there were apartments above and next door to the business, but residents were able to get out safely. the cause of that fire is under investigation. a developing story this
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morning, a darby boro police officer is dead this morning after a shooting at his home. cherry greg from our sister station kyw news radio is live at darby boro police station in delaware county with the very latest developments, cherry. >> reporter: good morning, todd. police say the 26 year-old officer was shot once in the chest while off-duty inside of his delaware county home, authorities immediately launched an investigation and they are expect to file homicide charges later today. police say it happened just after 4:30 p.m. at this home in the 600 block of magnolia drive, officers responded to a report of the shots fired arrived on the scene and found a four year veteran officer in an upstairs bedroom with a single gunshot wound to the chest. the the officer was taken to presbyterian hospital where he died. the the part-time officer was also a yeadon fire fighter and will be missed. >> he was a shining star in
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the department. he was an even tempered nice guy, anybody that met him, they always had a good word for him. he knew how to talk to people. >> reporter: police say it was like losing a member of the family, and that veteran officer had a bright future on the force. police say a woman was also in the home when they arrived and that home had previously had domestic disputes reports filed from that location. no word yet on the name of the officer, as the authorities notify his family member of his death. in darby, cherry greg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherry, thank you. a philadelphia police officer faces drunk driving and assault charges after an altercation with the supervisor. officer darryl cathey is accused of pulling up to the 12th district yesterday morning behind the wheel of the patrol car with three flat
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tires. investigators say a supervisor who came outside smelled alcohol on cathey's breath. cathey is now accused of assault ago this superior when he tried to take him into custody. the the the six year veteran is suspended with intent to dismiss. septa a's manayunk norristown regional will rail line is shut down until further notice after a warehouse fire. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson has the story. >> unaudible. >> reporter: four alarms, three and a half hours, 65,000 square feet saturday the the numbers stacked against philadelphia fire fighters as they work to take out aggressive flames. >> fire fight's arriving on the scene at about 2:30 saturday in morning to this, fire, consuming a vacant metal manufacturing plant. as the battle intensifies the alert jumps from two alarms to four. >> this fire was a pretty difficult to reach fire.
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>> reporter: philadelphia fire commissioner derek sawyer says there were a number of issues in the way of getting scene contained, chief among them large crumbling structure collapsing on all side. >> when you have that amount of fire that is going to cause interior collapse at the 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. >> there was a vacant property. we don't risk life for vacant properties. >> reporter: another complication this, septa regional rail line running right in the back of the structure. cutting off a crucial access point for fire fighters. they had to focus on hammering the top of the building with constant water pressure. meanwhile a fire marshall is investigating the cause, no injuries were reported. reporting from north philadelphia i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". authorities say 27 year-old jacob lopez of ephrata lehigh county was killed in friday night's
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explosion at a morgan town manufacturing plant. the deadly explosion took place at timet plant on homelock road. issuing ises of the blast remain unclear, osha and state police are investigating the accident. philadelphia police have released the name of the teenager accused in the stabbing death of his own mother. police say 19 year-old zachary pritchit critically injured his grandmother in a house on the 2800 block of reynold street in brideberg. pritchit told them friday morning that the stabbings were as a result of the home invation and he now faces murder, aggravated assault and other charges. crews are searching crash site in the french alps for remains of the victims of the germanwings flight disaster. they are also looking for plane's flight data recorder at the same time we are now learning more about the co pilot whom investigators say intentionally crashed that jet. cbs news correspondent chris van cleve has latest from
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germany. >> reporter: woman claiming to be a flight attendant and former girl friend of andreas lubitz told a german paper lubitz said that he would do something and that everyone will necessity my name. up investigators believe lubitz intentionally crashed flight 9525, killing himself, and all 149 other people on board, after locking the plane's captain out of the cockpit. german prosecutors say is there evidence he had a medical condition and treatment including a shred doctor's note excusing him from working the day of the crash. now media reports say he sought treatment for a problem with his vision. police remain outside run its family home in germany where residents are trying to make sense of the tragedy. >> this neighbor says he is shock, 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 a at the
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family whom here. about 200 people from the community's near the the deadly crash in the french alps gathered for an emotional mass to honor victims and show support for their families. she says it is terrible. it is horrible for families. there are no words. i'm broken. chris van cleve, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and you can 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 at cbs the most solemn week of the roman catholic church calendar begins today, palm sunday day pope francis celebrated mass at st. peters square just about two hours ago. many gathered who were young people marking the archdiocese world youth day. the pope is expect to visit philadelphia this september for the world meeting of families. landmarks go dark hoping to shed is light on the big issue across the world, we will show you coming up next. also a ahead two people
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are still missing after an explosion and collapse in the new york city. we have got latest on the search mission and how long it will be before that area quotes back to normal. and some local high school students have the time of their lives how they are learning moves from the the cast of the stage musical dirty dancing that story is coming up.
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officials say it may take weeks before they clear debris from thursday's gas explosion and building collapse in new york city. the medical examiner's office as well as k-9 units are
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helping two people are still missing, and they are inside a street level sushi restaurant at the time of the the blast. as for cause investigators are working to determine if plumbers made an illegal 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, stood in long lines just to buy food. heavy rain caused flash flood north of the capitol of sanity teeing owe a total of nine people have been confirmed dead, 19 more still are missing. cities around the world are celebrating earth hour to shed some light on climate change at 8:30 last night city turned out the lights on the world's most recognizable landmarks including eiffel tour. here in the u.s. times square las vegas, broadway, the gateway arch in st. louis and golden gate bridge all dim
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their lights. promise of more sunnies ahead of us this week but it is still cold this morning. >> it is but the sunnies trying to lighten us up and brighten our moods and i think it is probably doing that. we have seen a couple people on the boardwalk in rehoboth beach. they have probably ducked inside for now but it looks like a beautiful start to the day here and we have a lovely looking day. the it will be colder then you want but temperatures are starting to get out of the sub freezing level, but 28 in philadelphia, and then an increase in temperature over last couple of hours, 25 in trenton. twenty-seven in wilmington. we have still just 16 degrees up in the poconos it is 23 in quakertown right now, 24 in pottstown. these are not wind chills but the actual temperatures. the wind chill they are in the teens this morning. the it is a morning that you will definitely bewaring your layers outside and keep those pets as warm as you are too because it is cold out there. storm scan three it is showing us it is also clear. one of the reasons it is as cold as it business those clear skies and you can find
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really low temperatures in the morning. high pressure is here thank you for showing up finally, and we are looking at temperatures this afternoon that will be getting into the the mid if beer's lucky upper 40's but still warmer then yesterday and it will feel warmer then yesterday because wind won't be a as strong. then tomorrow we will be in the upper 50's, close to 60 degrees. the a chance of the shower that could come i'll show thaw and on tuesday we have another chance of some showers in the afternoon, but the temperatures will remain in the 50's. so the the temperatures this week it is not the a problem at all and really not much of a problem anywhere, but i did want to call your attention to something that may be happening early on monday morning. computer model in to play, this is a a look at monday morning at 4:00 o'clock. the way computer models are pegging it right now. the the the chance of picking up a brief snow shower to the north, you might be finding a couple rain showers and a snow shower through philadelphia as these temperatures drop to below the freezing mark. that is as we go in the overnight time period. by 7:00 in the morning are you
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finding any brief rain or snow shower. if you've got temperatures at or below freezing mark and precipitation just be careful on the roads, otherwise, by 9:00 a.m. this is pretty much pushing out moving out, and then by the time we hit ten tomorrow morning it should be long gone and off the coast. first thing in the morning just because of the temperature profile and any moisture on the road, be careful tomorrow morning. then tuesday, we will see sunshine cloud, but we will also be dealing with some rain showers. we will move into the afternoon hours, maybe even the evening hours, on tuesday and the temperature still in the all that bad though, they will be in the 50's and then wednesday, it looks pretty nice. so we will get out of the 40's, for highs, and then that is the last day of the event. every other day should be warmer then this. forty-seven in philadelphia, shore, poconos, both 42 degrees with lots of sunshine. our wind still out of the northwest at ten to 15 miles an hour. that makes it feel chillier all day. tonight we will drop down to 32, could be lower, so just be careful if we do get that late shower in your neighborhood, otherwise, 58 degrees for our
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high temperature on monday, and then tuesday, we're at 52 with another chance of some showers especially in the afternoon, wednesday looks great, 55, thursday looks spectacular at this point, 65 degrees, mostly sunny thursday night and friday we could be dealing with a couple of rain showers so we will watch for that but that is not bad. hey, when i helped back to high school especially this kind of a high school. it is not your typical high school where dancing is discouraged at philadelphia's creative and performing arts high school they are getting down and dirty, dirty dancing that is. as dance major stretch before a very special class at the philadelphia creative and performing arts high school let us seriously review some important american dance history. >> ♪ time of your life ♪ >> reporter: okay, you two, we give it two songs up for dirty dancing, iconic movie with the famous swaggering line. >> nobody puts baby in the corner. >> reporter: like baby these students danced right out of the corner, right off on the
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right foot thanks to some dirty dance moves taught by two dance moves of the dirty dancing musical at the academy of music. wheel these students know classy dance from their high school studies. >> ballet is the abc of dance. >> reporter: they are learning that d stand for dirty. >> the the arts can be whatever you want them to be because it is, called dirty dancing. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: some of these moves. >> grind grind, grind, kick. >> reporter: two grind, would have been unher of back in the 60's when they are set but as kids do their best to follow their star teachers example they are also thinking with moves like this, and say this. >> be in puts baby in the corner. >> reporter: well, some belong in the corner but not these kids at cap pa, dirty dancing done right. >> how did i get in that movie. >> patrick swayze. >> still enjoying royalties.
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>> yeah, right. >> just a great class, great school creative and performing arts high school is unbelievable. they are so dedicated. they pick these steps up so fast but they were the dance majors. it was wonderful forecast to come give them perspective on it. >> you can see just talent they had in their body movement and able to express so much there. >> they will be on stage themselves. >> i know no one puts carol in the corner. >> apparently i ended up there though didn't i. >> lets check roads with ann he have a answer in the cbs-3 traffic center ann. >> good morning todd and carol. we have a love run today and we have closures. in fact you might see runners, off to kelly drive to the right of the screen. kelly drive is closed, to the ben franklin parkway, but it is opened you just can't get and, shut down to the parkway, and, the run, and of course the the parkway through 21st street and art museum circle. along jfk boulevard along
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juniper street and 16th the street and market street between sixth street and city hall arch street when sixth street and ben franklin parkway and 16th street northbound between jfk boulevard and arch street. a lot of closures today for the run. we will move traffic cam to i-95 at girard point bridge, in delays or problems on here. i-95 as you can see from the shot is in good shape. everything is moving along without any delays in both the the north and southbound lanes of i-95. on to the ben franklin bridge mid span and the bridges have been behaving themselves this morning. we don't have have any major delays to tell but any problems, they are all in good shape. further up no problems on the 42 freeway or 55. on the garden state parkway that is in fine shape the atlantic city expressway westbound we have an accident left lane blocked between exit 33 winslow bleigh anchor exit and williamstown exit. that is very latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans now todd, back to you. south jersey welcomes home a world war two hero this week
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end. >> dozens of veterans and first responders rolled in westmont camden county. they celebrated career of 91 year-old john laurelelo, the marine recently returned from a visit to iwa jima his first time on the japanese island since he landed on it with thousands of other a marines in 1945. i had high emotions, low emotions, that caused me to will well up several times. i just couldn't help it. in fact i still do. i will be probably doing that for the next week or so because there is so many memories there for me even though it has been 70 years, it is settle just as fresh as though it happened yesterday. >> wow. >> the the group warriors watch riders organize that home coming, we will be right back.
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well, there is only one voice like frank sinatra's this year marks 100 anniversary of the singer's birth, and his children are celebrating the life of old blue eyes by making his most private moment public. here's mo rock a with a preview of what you will see coming up later on cbs's sunday morning. >> ♪ you make me feel so young ♪ the . >> 1965, frank sinatra was 50 years old, and enjoying one of his many hey days.
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>> ♪ >> walter kronkite may have said it best. >> anything sinatra does is the in thing to do. he plays the the place he goes is the place to go. his first wife nancy is at the the far end of the table. he frequently goes out with her and their two daughters. >> his daughter, nancy remembers. >> was he amazed at his success or did he think i knew that this would happen. >> he was determined. he told my mom, he wanted to be like bing. >> bing crosby. >> he wanted to be better than bing and it turned out he ended up better than bing a according to the fans. >> reporter: seeing him live was special. >> it was very special because the electricity in the room was so there. i mean it was shocking. because you didn't expect it but the the minute he walk out on that stage, there was an
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oughtible, i have never seen anything like that. >> remembering frank sinatra and two and a half men star john cryer, that is this sunday morning right here on cbs-3 at 9:00 a a.m. so coming up in our next half an hour on "eyewitness news" with all of today's technology, it is easy to get distract now with some new devices that claim to give you a window to your brain, and to help you get focused, health reporter stephanie stahl shows us the the new technology that could let you, retrain your brain. plus angelina jolie's message have of empowerment at her first appearance at her surgery to prevent cancer. and a sunny start but still coal out there carol comes back to tell us what to expect for the rest of the day that is all when "eyewitness news" continues. caring for you and your eyes... ... just got a little easier. pearle vision accepts flex accounts and most vision plans, including eye med. this is genuine eye care, right in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision.
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it is march 29th i'm todd quinones here's meteorologist, with a look at eyewitness weather. carol, cold outside. it shows there but it is still, you know, it is still cold. >> i mean, come on, this is ridiculous. everyone is complaining about how cold it is, to no effect but maybe it is working. we do get warmer. it is the complaints that might be to go it. we have blue skies. 28 degrees in center city philadelphia it looks nice at the shore. you can see people outside on the boardwalk in ocean city and they are walking stralling along so they are not ducking for cover or running along saying it is ridiculously cold so they are enjoying themselves this morning. we have a cold morning in
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reading but nice, dry and not a bit of snow on the ground to be seen and that is a nice start as we close out last weekend in march. storm scan three nothing going on. we have not even cloud, which is really nice but by the time we get to this after afternoon we will still hang on to the unshine and these temperatures that you see right now in the the 20's will be warming up and will be into the the 40's. 28 degrees the temperature in philadelphia right now. factor in the wind and it is colder. it feels like the teens every place, and it feels like 2 degrees up in the poconos. now the warm up will start. it is in the a huge warm up today certainly and we're well we low where we should be. we should be in the upper 50's. we will stop in the mid to upper 40 a's today. it will be sunny with a slight pleas not as windy as yesterday work that said it will knock the feel of these temperatures down a little bit. our future weather keeping sunshine going for us right through 5:00 o'clock, right through six or 7:00 o'clock. sun starts to set. a a few clouds start to come in. notice tomorrow morning, first thing you may be finding a rain or a snow shower coming in as these temperatures start
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to drop and then they will be getting to around the freezing mark, if not below to the north and that could trigger a brief rain or snow showers and a slippery condition in that area so that is first thing tomorrow morning and we will talk about what is coming the rest of the day which is big warm up and that is the welcome one and i'll show thaw on the seven day forecast todd. >> carol, thank you. a developing story right now an off-duty police officers involved in a shooting is dead and police say that there will be charges filed. cherry greg from our sister station kyw news radio is live at the police station in darby boro delaware count which new developments in the investigation. cherry? >> reporter: good morning, todd. the the darby boro police department is mourning loss of of one of their own and homicide charges are expected to be filed later today. the 26 year-old officer suffered a gunshot wound to the chest while off-duty and inside of his delaware county home, saturday afternoon. police arrived at the home in
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the 600 block of magnolia a avenue just after 4:30 p.m. on saturday they were responding to reports of shots fired and when they arrived they found a woman in the home as the four year veteran officer with a gunshot wound to the chest. 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 will be missed. >> he was an even tempered nice guy, and anybody that met him, always had a good role for him. you know, he knew how to talk to people and handle people. >> reporter: smith says four year veteran officer was part-time but he had a bright the future on the force because of the high quality of his work. >> it is like we lost a member of our family, needlessly. >> reporter: authorities say that officer was also a yeadon fire fighter, now police say
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that reports of domestic disputes had previously been filed from that officer a's home. as for the officer's name it is not yet released pending notification of his family n darby, cherry greg, kyw news radio for cw. three "eyewitness news". a decorated police officer is fighting for his life this morning at a boston hospital, officer john moyna hand is in a medically induced coma after he was shot for the the traffic stop at boston's roxbury neighborhood. forty-one year-old gunman was shot and killed by other officers. police officials say gunfire started after officer moynahand asked the the driver to step out of his car. >> as the the driver is getting out of the motor vehicle you can see his right arm coming up, point blank and shoot officer moynahand right below the the eye. >> two passengers in the car were arrested on unrelated charges and woman at the scene was hit the by gunfire but
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she's expect to be okay. three other officers were taken to the hospital with stress-related issues. we're learning more about the the co pilot authorities say intentionally crash the the germanwings passenger jet in the french alps last week. cbs news correspondent alan pizzey has the latest from that co pilot's hometown. >> reporter: figuring out why co pilot andreas lubitz acted as he did is proving complex. german media quoted unknown sources assaying he was suffering from a eye problem that could have a affect his job that police found medicines for psychological illnesses at the two residents and he was treated by both psychologist and neurologists. flight crews are supposed to report illness that he is could affect their performance but it is voluntary. lufthansa first officer marcus vol is spokesmen for the german pilots association. >> if the person in question wants to conceal things he said lying and suicidal thoughts cannot be prevented by any tests.
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lubitz is no longer able to hide anything it seems. germany's leading tabloid quoted a former girl friend saying that he told her that one day quote, everyone will know my name. on the slopes of the mountain below the crash site family members made their way to a memorial plaque today. area was closed to all but them. in a nearby village local people held a service to deal with the trauma that they too suffered. to honor victims and support their families. it is terrible. horrible for families this woman said. there are in word for that. i'm broken. retrieving bodies at day break and tending to the crash site in france will take weeks. each red flag marks a body part, so far several hundred have been found. they will be identified through dna testing and dental analysis. allen pizzey cbs news
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germany. two people are seriously injured after a train and car collide in los angeles, ten other people were also injuries when a hyundai turn in the path have the light rail commuter train. the train derailed near the university of southern california campus yesterday morning, and details of that crash also are still under investigation. there is much more still to come on "eyewitness news" this morning, coming up next we will check with face the nation's bob schieffer for a look ahead at today
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testing. joining us live ised moth rate or and chief washington correspondent bob schieffer, bob, good morning. >> good morning, todd. we will have the latest on that horrible plane crash. we will talk to captain sully sullenberger about whether such a thing could happen on a
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u.s. air carrier what sort of checks do we have in place to prevent pilot who is mentally ill from getting inside the cockpit. and then, this increasingly dangerous situation situation, in the middle east and, talk to the saudi arabia am was dor. it is more complicated and more dangerous then i can ever remember, since i have been covering stories about the middle east. my favorite part of the broadcast this morning is we will preview the new edward kennedy institute the the museum that opens up tomorrow in boston. it is absolutely incredible. you know how the presidential libraries all have a reproduction of the oval office as it looked when that particular president was in office. what they have done the at the kennedy institute is reproduce life size the the u.s. senate chamber in the u.s. capitol and it is all there. one hundred desks where the senators set, the visitors gallery up above.
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they are planning events where you can actually hold debates there, and do seminars. i predict it will be one favorite destinations of people who like history and we will preview it this morning. and, talk to four of the senator kennedy's oldest and favorite collogues who served with him. so hopefully you will join us for that. >> bob, we will. we will certainly be watching. still to come this morning we are in the middle of a spring chill how long these cold temperatures will stick around. plus a surprise public appearance by angelina a jolie first since her stunning surgery announce. the last week, we will have more on the award show she attended and her special message that is coming up next. with all of today's technology it is easy to get distract. new devices claim to give you a window tour brain and help you get focused just ahead new technology that could let you retrain your brain.
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on the cbs-3 healthwatch wearable technology lets us track the the steps we take the food we eat and even how we sleep and now a new device claims to show how we think and provides a window to our brain. health reporter stephanie stahl has more on one of the newest products. >> reporter: spencer ross says he is constantly distract by technology. so he is trying special glasses that are supposed to help improve his focus. >> it is helping me turn my brain so focusing becomes more natural and more like an instinct rather than like something i have to force myself to do. >> reporter: new brain training device is narberth developed by mother and son lindsey and devon. >> they can use this technology doing their every day activities. >> reporter: glasses have sensors that graco claims to monitor brain activity so when
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you are fully concentrating the lenses become lighter. the goal, to learn to stay focused. >> you are getting constant feedback on what your brain is doing and very gently it is subtlely changing the intensity of what you see. >> i'll be working on something, and something cleared for a long period of time. it is reassuring. >> reporter: other devicees claim to machine for brain to help with stress and focus, plus brain game exercises and video training programs to help improve concentration. the glasses are the the first to use any activity as an opportunity for a immediate feedback. >> you can play a video game watch a movie, watch the television, you can do your work, whatever that is, so it can be used to i am have prove your game and particular task. >> reporter: neuro science expert heather berlin questions the effective in the of the brain monitoring devices. >> the the question is what are we measuring with these sensors and how informative that is information. >> reporter: he says sometimes just a simple change in
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routine or even physical exercise can bring back focus and help a brain function. >> she said changing up your environment or learning something new can lead to neuro new connections and that is very healthy for the brain. >> reporter: glasses cost around $300 so do some of the other brain tracking head bands. i'm stephanie stahl cbs-3 "eyewitness news". end of march we have a cold morning out there. our eyewitness weather watchers are up and out and helping anyway. how charitable of them. we will find a 27-degree temperature and thinks phil, and phil, you know i love you but i have to disagree with this. if we cannot stand the cold we don't deserve the the warmth. spring will come. i cannot stan the cold and deserve the warmth as do many of our viewers, phil including you. so, we have a temperature of 30 degrees in cherry hill. sun came up, so did the temperatures.
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they will continue to come up a little bit as we go through the rest of the afternoon and we have a 25-degree temperature this is down with margot and she says at 25 degrees, how far did we spring forward june july? i don't think so. i think we spring, forward and ended up in february. very cold sunny and windy. that is how it feels out there right now. lets take a walk through center city, shall we. and i'll join you. we will take our walk through center city. we will walk to reading instead. it is fine. it looks beautiful. in the a bit of snow on the ground. the last weekend we had a lot of snow on the ground from the snowstorm but, now it is all gone and we're happy to say it looks bright, beautiful in reading at this point point and we will keep this bright look all day long today. storm scan three not any clouds out there. thank goodness. enjoy the sunshine. it will help with the temperatures, but not as much as you might want. we do get a pretty warm week though coming up which will be welcome. 28 degrees in philadelphia, 25
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trenton. twenty-seven in wilmington. and in atlantic city. twenty-four in allentown. just 16 degrees up in the poconos. that is the end of march. this cold weather. and then look at this we factor in the wind and it feels like the the teens in every single location, it feels like 17 degrees at the the a airport or people are probably very glad as they are heading in a warmer direction which wouldn't be hard to do. we are looking at temperatures this afternoon that get the in the mid to upper 40's yesterday they were in the lower 40's and with that wind it felt more like 20's and 30's all day. today will be noticeable difference but still probably feeling colder then a actual temperature. high pressure can be thanked for this. tomorrow we will get into the upper 50's. we will be close to 60 degrees tomorrow, we do start to see maybe early tomorrow morning, chance of a rain shower, brief snow shower just watching for that and i'll give you timing that we necessity of right phosphor that event. then by tuesday afternoon and another little event that within rain showers in the afternoon but temperatures staying in the 50's. here it is we've got clear
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skies, the the computer says, until we get to about three or 4:00 o'clock and we will start to see, precipitation moving in. remember temperatures will be at their lowest point during the overnight time period. so you could be finding a couple of snow showers to the north, you could be finding rain or snow shower coming through the philadelphia area. this is a look at computer models see it the right now at 8:00 in the morning with just this little line of precipitation, this area moves out and then by 10:00 o'clock we should be generally starting to clear out and fine a lovely afternoon on monday afternoon with temperatures close to 60 degrees. then tuesday another chance of a couple of showers especially maybe in the afternoon but the temperatures will be in the the 50's through the philadelphia area. that moves out and then wednesday looks great. if you like warmer temperatures you will be getting your wish this week. forty-seven in philadelphia, shore 42 today, 42 in the poconos as well, sunshine, all locations, and little breeze today and then tonight we will drop down just about to the
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the freezing mark maybe a degree or two below that, be careful if any wet wet's lives and it will be able to freeze, that won't last long though because look at how we will get temperature wise on monday 58 degrees, by tuesday we're still in the 50's but probably lower 50's and another chance to take a shower. wednesday looks great. thursday at this point looks spectacular 65 degrees. the later on thursday, maybe friday we will pick up a couple of showers scattered around and then at this point, start the day with a couple of showers, the the way it looks right now and way it looks right now, sunday looks to be in the 50's and sunny. that is the the way it looks right now, and you love watching the the weather and i know so many of you do you too can be featured in our newscast by becoming a eyewitness weather watcher. sign up at cbs the todd? >> carol, thank you. time to check the road. lets go outside to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> good morning, todd.
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we have a love run today and we have several closures these are runners going up the bend franklin parkway shut down between 21st and art museum circle for love run and these closures i will go over with you are in effect from now until 2:00 this afternoon. martin luther king drive is shut down for run between ben franklin parkway and a montgomery drive with jfk boulevard between juniper street and 16th street, market street westbound between city hall. arch street between sixth street and 16th street, 16th street and and boulevard from arch street and sixth street between market street and arch street, and septa bus routes are detours, and i will go over them with you again and bus routes, four, seven, 16 17, 23, 27 and 31, 32 three three, 38, 43, 44, 47, 47m, 486 , 124 and 125 all a are on detour around the love run half in marathon through
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center city and ben franklin area what you are looking at right now. since we're talking about septa manayunk norristown line is service suspended on that and it is all due to a wear house fire and clean up from that fire on west more land street in in north philadelphia we will move move our traffic cam from this race to the schuylkill at south street, there you go, just a gorgeous picture of the schuylkill south, in delays or problems on the the schuylkill this morning, in fine shape through philadelphia and its suburbs. our last shot is mid county toll plaza and heading to the poconos and taking northeast extension you shouldn't have any delays or problems, no delays on the the pennsylvania turnpike. the rest of mass transit honor close to schedule with no delays or problems. that is the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans new todd back to you. okay, thank you. angelina jolie makes her first public appearance since under going cancer preventive surgery. jolie appeared at kid choice awards last night the in los angeles.
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she hugged her two daughters when her name was announced for favorite villain, an award she won for her role maleficent and in her acceptance speech jolie had a message of empowerment. and, and, 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 other winners of the night emma stone won best actress for her role in the amazing spider man two and she was able to escape the traditional green slime but host of the ceremony singer nick jonas ended up getting drench. all in good fun. we will be right back.
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one. well, back on "eyewitness news" and before we go a quick recap of this morning's headlines right here on cbs 36789 a darby boro police officer is dead after a shooting at his home. it happened yesterday afternoon, in glenn olden delaware county investigators say there will be homicide charges filed later today. the officer's name has not been released. police in north philadelphia are searching for this suspect who barged into a home on west erie avenue early this morning. twenty-five year-old home owner was stabbed and robbed he is now stable, at temple university hospital. and, one man is in einstein hospital after this fire on east ashmed street not far from lasalle university. victim was treated for smoke inhalation, the cause of that fire, is under investigation. carol's back with us now one last look at the five day. >> you know what.
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>> considering all of the five days we have looked at over last couple of months this one doesn't look bad at all. we've got a beautiful start today, look at that, sunshine cold temperatures in the 20's every place and they feel like the teens but we're going to be getting in 40's as we get in the afternoon and probably mid to upper 40's. so pretty much through ben franklin bridge area beautiful in ocean city at this point and our temperatures today and 47 degrees. now, early on monday morning there is a chance that we could find a little rain or snow shower it could be brief oregon by 10:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. it shouldn't be a big deal anyway but watch out as we look at our seven day forecast and find that temperatures by monday afternoon with sunshine get almost 60 degrees. tuesday we have a chance of showers maybe in the afternoon at the 52. wednesday looks great. thursday though i'm banking on thursday, i'll say the forecast doesn't change and we have seen forecast is change but if it doesn't change 65 degrees with sunshine later on thursday night and then maybe on friday which looks
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like it is mile. we could be dealing with a shower and at this point easter sunday is in the 50's and clear at the this point. >> i like that thursday might be the best day of this year. >> i'll go for that. >> okay. >> thank you. >> that is it for "eyewitness news" for now we might be signing off on tv but we are always on line at cbs sunday in morning with charles osgood is up next have a great the day. bye-bye.
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