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wall. today is sunday, june 7th, good morning everyone, i'm todd quinones in for nicole brewer. we are looking at fantastic sunday. here's meteorologist carol erickson with a look at the werth. i just can't say enough about this day. it is so great. >> picture this, weather will just great. >> i love the timing after beautiful sunday. >> so many people can get outside enjoy this werth wonderful to have it all day long. let's have battle of the board walk. >> look how crowded people running around, feeling so energetic, thinking this weather was awful yesterday at the shore. but, boy making up for it today. and the next boardwalk we are going to be headed to rehoboth beach. you can see people are running around on, that as well. and the ocean kicking up little bit. if you look out there you will see that you probably would want to keep just maybe your tow in the ocean because we do have moderate risk every
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rip current today. 59 degrees, the temperature down in rehoboth beach at this point. wide view on storm scan3 because there is nothing going on in our area, fortunately but that front that you see off to the left, and/or the west, that's the one that's coming through here, that will be bringing us chance of shower thunderstorm, starting later monday then again on tuesday, by the time it gets here. sixty-four out at the airport in philadelphia, right now same temperature, center city, 61 trenton 64 degrees in wilmington, the poconos have warmed up, from 41, to 50 degrees in just one jump, so the temperatures will be doing a continuing warm up, all day. seventy-four by noon, through philadelphia, our high temperature for the day 78 degrees, just does not get better than this in the summertime. future weather says we've got great weather moving through this afternoon, all the way through this evening and move that well, you will have to it washings come back, see. that will it did move on. and we do have few showers coming, but not today. soap outside to enjoy after the news, todd?
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okay carol new this morning, the search is on for hit-and-run driver, in pennsville, new jersey. a teenager struck by a car while riding his skateboard. the accident happened just before 2:00 on the 100 block of norfolk road, right at lee avenue. >> we found a part here on the side of the road, i ran it on the internet it came back to a hyundai al landra. so kind of looking for hyundai with front ends damage. >> investigators tell us the victim is a 17 year old student, from pennsville, memorial high school, he right now this morning is in critical condition. once again police are looking for a hyundai alantra with front ends damage n details on the year and color of the vehicle at this time. >> hundreds of bike sicklies cents are getting ready for philadelphia international cycling classic 12-mile course starts and ends in manayunk.
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cherri gregg from sister station "kyw news radio 1060" is live there now with the details. good morning. >> good morning, todd, i'm here at the starting line where less than a minute ago you heard the whistle blow and of course, hundreds of cyclists from around the world just began the international race. now, the men's race started and they'll be going a total of nine laps for 110.7 miles. i spoke with riders today of course, they said the hardest part is the iconic manayunk wall. they'll have to do it nine times. but, of corpse they're pack up with food, water and ready, and as for the easiest part, it is the fans, spectators thousands are expected to line the route which begins of course here in manayunk goes down around kelly drive and along the schuylkill river to strawberry mansion, and lemon hill, before returning here to manayunk, of course, to close the circuit. featured race of the day start
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at 12:30 women's race, of course that's six laps or 73.8 miles, and for it is first time ever that the women's race of course, is a featured race of the day. it is first time since 2001 that the women's world cup event is here in philadelphia. of course, mayor right now is speaking he's been encouraging the cyclists as they begin the race, and of course like i said, spectators are lining up, they're going to be lots of parties lot of could you bells ringing lots of fun. that's a big part of the day. and manayunk, of course, is the place to be this year. live in manayunk, cherri gregg, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". all right, thank you so much. looks great. >> new overnight president obama has arrived in germany the president is thereto join other world leaders at the g7 summit. leaders plan to address the situation between russia and ukraine, the president is expected to call for an extension on economic
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sanctions against russia and for more support in the u.s. battle against isis. >> shortly before leaving for germany, the president delivered an emotional eulogy at beau biden's funeral. the former delaware attorney general, and son of the vice president, died, after a battle with brain cancer. cbs news correspondent jim axelrod has more on the final farewell. >> beau biden was an original. >> a deeply moved president obama, spoke in highly personal terms about the loss of beau biden. >> he was a good man. a man of charger. >> thousands gathered to celebrate the life of beau biden, a major in the national guard, delaware attorney general. >> did he in 46 years what most of us couldn't do in 146. he left nothing in the tank. >> but the president wanted to make it crystal clear that beau biden's most important achievement would never show up on a resume. >> this was a man who at the
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democratic national convention didn't spend all of his time in back rooms with donors or glad handing instead he rolled the he is kel ate ores in the arena with his son up and down, up and down, again and again. >> beau biden was just three years old when he and his brother, hunter, survived a car accident that claimed the lives of their mother and sister. >> rather than use his childhood trauma as justification for a life of self-pitty or self-centered necessary, woe live a life for other. >> what the president didn't say, but what filled this room was the knowledge that joe biden has endured tragedy enough for two lifetimes. it is why his other son hunter, said his father is so beloved. >> we go to the senate with him, more often i think than any children of any senator ever. we would ride the subway and the conductor would say you
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know your dad is our favorite. >> and his why so many feel his lost. chris martin from the bands cold play, heard beau biden liked his music and volunteered to come sing. the biden family is so obviously close everyone felt like they were part of him. >> joe, you are my brother. michelle and i and sasha and malea, we've become part of the biden clan. we're honorary members now. biden family rule applies. we're always here for you. we always will be. >> among the other speakers was general ray the army chief of staff who presented beau biden the legion of merit, for his service in the delaware national guard. jim alex -- axelrod, new york. >> tough loss for so many here in this region n honor of the former attorney general's legacy to protect children from sexual preditors his family has launched the beau biden foundation for the protection of children. and for more information about the new fun days, you can go to our website at
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cbsphilly.com. >> the death after three year old girl who fell four stories from a window has been ruled accidental. it happened on the 700 block of turner street in allentown late friday night. authorities have identified that little girl as tamara arnet. victim's five year old sister, who also fell out of the window, remains hospitalized in critical condition. police are working right now to determine what led to that fall. a suspect wanted for killing his exgirlfriends is found dead in a apparent suicide. police had been searching for 45 year old michael itell since thursday for allegedly stack 39 year old carol bone to death. she was found unresponsive in her berlin township dry driveway. bone had protection order against itell. he hung himself in the garage of another ex-girlfriend's home in west berlin. still to come this morning, a developing story two dangerous kill remembers on the run after breaking free
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from a maximum security prison. what they used to make their elaborate escape. and we'll also have this. >> it is downward dog down at the shore. i'm erika von tiehl and coming up i'll show you how yoga is getting a let's mobile. same plan. new phone. or a new plan. and a just in case. add a new line. or three. and unlimited talk and text for unlimited tweens. take a carrier store detour at target and upgrade to a shiny new everything. all things mobile. all in one place.
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>> two more than 200 law enforcements agent searched around clinton correctional facility hunting forest cape east from new york's largest maximum security prison. thirty-four year old david sweat serving life in prison without parole, for murdering a broom county sheriff dispute any 2002. forty-eight year old richard matt serving 25 years to life for kidnapping, murdering and dismembering a businessman in 1997. he fled to mexico where he stabbed another man to death. was in prison for ten years and then extradited back to new york. new york governor andrew cuomo briefed at the prison seemed awed by the daring escape. >> no doubt it was an extraordinary act. i mean, you have facility that opened in 1865, just think about it this is the first escape from the maximum security portion of the institution ever. >> according to the governor in law enforcement two inmates discovered missing during 5:30 bed check. there was hole in their cell wall. manhole was found uncovered outside the prison wall, and
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prison uniforms left nearby. governor cuomo tweeted photos of himself inspecting pipe. prison officials believe the inmates crawled through to escape underground. suspected the inmates used power tools to smash their cell wall, and stuff clothes under bed covers to fool guards. >> we want to find out exactly how it happened, suggestion that they needed power tools to accomplish this. how did they get the power tools, from who how? >> spokeswoman sales the royal canadian mounted police are on alert, as women. clinton correctional 25 miles from the border. >> that law enforcement warnings the public they should not approach these men if they see them, they should contact police immediately. >> residents across the central planes are bracing for more wicked weather today. several tornados touchdown in eastern colorado over the past few days. leaving behind, a path of destruction. in one denver neighborhood, motorist hads to dig out from piles of hail, more than a foot high. flooding is also a big concern
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there, as several cars are stranded in high water and thankfully nothing like that heading our way our best wishes out to people there, in denver colorado. in fact, things here look pretty great. >> yes. they are just terrific, the center of the country, and off into the west there is time of the year. boy, it is a mess. that guy with the shovel with the hail, unbelievable. we have unbelievable weather too, but in the other direction, because so unbelievably good. atlantic city look at the sun reflecting in the ocean just ideal today. remember, there is a moderate risk of rip current at the beaches. so if you are head in the that direction, with a lot of the lifeguard stands empty this early in the summer, just make note of that. but you can see the sun reflecting like an egg yolk right on the atlantic ocean pretty picture maybe stay your hundred, sit on the playgrounds like were you a kid, here is a playgrounds that's empty 62 degrees up in reading at the whitfield elementary school. but nice day to get outside do whatever it is that you want to do, because the
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temperatures are going to be so pleasant, the humidity levels are fine. it won't be all that windy. just a wonderful day. sixty-four in philadelphia, we have 59 degrees, in allentown right now 50 degrees up in the poconos and 63 down in wildwood. so temperatures will be warming up. everybody gets very, very pleasant. colorado, seems to be doing okay right now. but, we are seeing in the center of the country that there is a front and we will be watching for this front to be moving in our direction. this is the one that is going to be with the weather maker for us late in the day monday, then maybe again tuesday as this front comes in our direction before it gets there, warm air from the south, gets pumped into the region, so i think you'll notice humidity increasing as we go through the day on monday. but, in the today. today, mostly sunny temperatures are going to be in the upper 70s. this is just perfect. windows open, great sleeping weather, it is wonderful. tomorrow, little bit more humid. eight a degrees. we do find chances of showers
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thunderstorms, as this front starts to get closer and closer to us. and by tuesday it, might still be near enough we continue with the higher humidity, temperatures in the 80s and continuing chances of showers and thunderstorms. let's see if this computer model has changed its minds about anything. as you know it, will often do that as we go through the course of the morning, at this point, it really doesn't t does seem to want to bring few more clouds this afternoon through the poconos, maybe through allentown reading. otherwise, we've got sunshine for the area, by the time we get to tonight really nice. tomorrow, looks fine, starts the day humidity comes up, but we are awaiting the front. and the front starts to filter on through as we get through the lay afternoon time period, by 7:00 whatever you have seen through philadelphia, very quick, at least moves on through, we still continue with some showers, off to the north, and start to set this little line up through the north. and that's why i think the heavier precipitation totals would be areas well north of philadelphia, but maybe through the allentown area, as
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well. so, just something to monitor and then by the time we get to tuesday, we are not totally out of it, because we might still be dealing with some showers, possibly, over more widespread area. and then by wednesday, that is out of the picture. so enjoy the weather today. and tomorrow, know, that there could be specially to the north, picking up some of the heavier amounts every rain. 78 degrees philadelphia, today. sixty-eight at the shore. poconos, 72 degrees. it is pretty perfect except for that moderate risk of rip current. pretty cool ocean at 60 degrees. now, enjoy this. we don't get another day like this for at least seven or possibly 30 more. 78 degrees, winds out of the southeast today. 62 degrees tonight. with some clouds overnight. and then, tomorrow, eight a degrees. chance of shower or thunderstorm especially later on in the day same deal on tuesday. wednesday, 86 with sunshine. then 09 degrees on thursday, and friday, todd. >> looks great. thanks carol. time now to check the roads.
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lets guess out to cbs-3 ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center. good morning again ann. >> good morning to you todd. you're look telling ben franklin parkway, site of today's philly cycling race. ben franklin parkway is shutdown between logan circle and the art museum circle along with martin luther king drive between montgomery drive. kelly drive shutdown for the race lincoln drive main street shutdown manayunk, between ridge avenue and green lane. and ridge avenue shutdown between schoolhouse lane and hermit street. now these closures in effect from now until 5:00 this evening. so that's pretty long. it is a pretty long race. we move the track cam here to i-95. this stretch between highland avenue and commodore barry bridge near chester not too far from the state line. i95 in good shape through philadelphia, and its suburbs no delays or problems today. and, on to the walt whitman bridge mid-span, you heard carol say, what beautiful day it is, gorgeous day to head on down to the shore. if that's what you are doing. no delays on the walt whitman bridge. it is in fine shape. further up, 42, 55, a.c. expressway garden state
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parkway, all look okay this morning. and, some good news from septa. the airport line back to normal. earlier signal problems have been repaired. and that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic centerment i'm ann evans todd, back to you. >> all clear okay, ann thanks very much. >> well we all know that yoga can be a great way to build muscle increase flexibility and relax but if you are looking for a real challenge there is a class in wildwood that will push you to your limit by really testing your balance. erika von tiehl gives it a try. >> on hot summer day in wildwood, new jersey not all that unusual to see paddle boards on the water. >> it is beautiful out here. the water the winds the sun. >> but this? just may make you look twice. it is stand up paddle board yoga. up. >> get to hear nature, like nature and yoga are like a match made in heaven. >> instructor crystal philmore with jersey shore adventures, learned about the outdoor work-out while in florida, and brought the technique back with her three summers ago. >> i was like playing around out on the bay one day and
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people were like, hey, can you teach me that? and i was like i guess i can! >> it is a good challenge. it pushes you to your limits. >> there you go. >> i just had to try it out. we met up at k and d family marina for a beginner course. normally you paddle out into the bay for class but because of the winds we needed to stay tethered to the peer. crystal started class with a easy pose. >> take deep breath in. raise your hands high. >> but, she quickly moved onto more challenging ones. >> exactly what you are doing is exactly right. and there is no bay monsters. so nothing going to happen if you fall in. >> the biggest challenge? staying dry. >> balancing with the water definitely, and having constricted amount of space was difficult. i'm used to being able to spread out little more. >> the instability of the board makes you work hard, and shows you where you may cheat in a regular yoga class. but then at the end you just can't beat the feeling of dipping a finger or tow in the cool water.
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>> it was amazing yes very peaceful, very zen. i love being out on the water and i love the yoga. so, they go hands in hands. >> ensuring a day on the bay. erika von tiehl cbs news. there is no way i would keep my balance. well the drop in fee for that class is $35, instructors say that you don't need any experience with yoga or paddle boarding. we'll be right back.
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>> it is there is one thing laid back california on edge, thought every big earthquake. cbs sunday morning john black stone tells us, new film is giving many people on the west coast the shakes. >> the movies, san a dray us,
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hollywood envisions destruction of hollywood. along with the much of rest of the california. >> in this disaster movie disasters themselves are block busters, powerful 9.1 earthquake triggers even bigger quake. >> are you saying the whole -- >> everybody down! >> yes, that's exactly what i am ' saying. >> since the movie came out us gee logical survey sizemologist, lucy jones happens been reassuring californians much of what they see on the screen carpet happen here. >> looking real bad. >> so some of this is real. some of it is not real. >> well, there are pieces of it the identify thee we could trying area earthquake have a bigger quake in l.a. that triggers a big earthquake in san francisco that actually is real. magnitude nine's are not real. when real earthquake hit california reporters call on
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jones for the fact. that has made her a bit of a celebrity? los angeles, and explains why she was on the red carpet for the premiere of san andreas. >> that's groundbreaking. >> there go. >> it is very los angeles isn't it? >> coming up cbs-3 at 9:00 a.m. >> first officials photos of princess charlotte have been release. see the newest member of britain's royal family in the arms of her big brother prince george. great picture there. the photos were taken by their mom, dutchess of cambridge mid may, adam or hall. charlotte born may second. and that's now fourth in line to the thrown. >> beautiful. welcoming up in the next half however on "eyewitness news". >> american pharaoh has proved he's the best horse in racing, winning the belmont steaks, and clinching the triple crown. i'm wendy gillette in elmont, new york, with more on the
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look at werth. you couldn't draw it up much better. >> you really couldn't. it is perfect. the only thing that could have made it more perfect to have had similar day yes for people at the shore who dealt with a lot of rain. that's not going to be the case today. beautiful every location. we head down to rehoboth beach. shall we? a lot of people out on the boardwalk, 59 degrees the temperature there, so perfect looking day skies look great. we head up to reading, it is also lovely. 62 degrees 65 degrees, very light winds there. we head up to kutztown, 59 degrees. pretty skies beach basically, you can see at this point, won't stay that way down in margate. our temperatures are wonderful, our readings in the 60s. warming up in the 50's, poconos, as low as 41 degrees about hour or so ago. now, up to 54 degrees on your way in the poconos to about
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72. temperature, 78 degrees, so we still got another 14 degrees to go, in the philadelphia area. we will be able to do it. sixty-one presently in quakertown. fifty-seven in doylestown. hour by hour, this day can go re slow. weather so nice, day off. so i hope it does for you. though you enjoy it at the same time. seventy-four by noon, by 3:00 p.m., 78 degrees, that should be right around our high temperature of the day. right about the time of it. by 9:00 p.m. 69 degrees. loverly day, future weather showing clouds off to the north. otherwise sunshine all day terrific conditions doesn't stay this great. days that you may or may not like coming up, todd? >> hundreds, compete in the international cycling classic 12-mile course runs through the rolling hills of east fairmount, kelly drive.
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cherri gregg from sister station kyw just radio 1060 is live this morning in mannyunk, at the start of the race. >> good morning, todd. let me tell you the cyclists just completed first lap. all we heard were screams and could you bells just few moments ago. >> people here to cheer on fellow racer to cheer on friends, here to watch all of the festivities here with family here with friends, one person they always come see come on over here, been volunteer for 30 years. >> my name is melvin moore. >> melvin actually known around here in manayunk, he actually cheers the racers on as they come up the manayunk wall. tell them what you do. what do you say to them? >> when i see them slacking little bit. i urge them to pump it up, tell them they can do it. >> now you don't just say it
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like that, melvin? >> no, i scream, i yell, i below my chissle. >> and actually working right now, so they have him actually bringing the races up. he will yell pump it up at the top of his lungs, as he actually does his job. cheering racers on, people don't really realize that coming up, the manayunk wall, is extremely difficult. it is one of the steepest hills, when i talk to racers preparing all year for this race, they told me that this would be the challenge of the day, all of the race verse food packed in their backs men's fortune of the race, featured race of the day is the women's portion which begins at 12:30 all of the spectators line the route. have could you bells in hand some have signs, they have their t-shirts, of course, another foot your part of the day, the parties and fun in manayunk, cherri gregg cwy news radio cbs-3 "eyewitness
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news". >> i can certainly use melvin at the gym cherry, so ask him to give my phone number up there when done, okay? thanks very much. horse racing greatest drought came to ends. american pharaoh wins the belmont steaks and the trip he crown, wendy gillette has the details from elmont, new york . >> american pharaoh made it look easy. he led the entire race and handily won the belmont steaks to clinch the triple crown. thrilling the sell out crowd of 90,000. >> jigs watched history. beautiful, amazing, i have chills, it was awesome. >> affirmed last one all three races kentucky derby, poconos, belmont back in 1978. >> thirty-seven years in the making incredible, because who knows the next time somebody
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will win. >> since then 12 horse haves been in the winners circle at the derby and preakness but fell short on the mile and a half track here at belmont. >> it wasn't just a win. he blew them away. >> so to me means he is a real horse. >> that's unlikely, american pharaoh's breeding rights were sold late last month and it fees now at prem yum. horse industry experts predict co-make his owners as much as $100 million. wendy gillette, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> what a day what a horse. american pharaoh is 12th horse to win the triple crown, and also victor espinoza first hispanic jock toy win the triple crown. >> we know the identity of woman hit in the face by a broken baseball bat friday night at fenway park. she has been identified as tonyia carpenter the bat struck her until the head,
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caused major bleeding, initially her injuries were described as -- two people are in custody after a car crashed into a house in blackwood camden county. the house on spring ridge court suffered structural damage investigators say voorhees police were pursuing the vehicle prior to the crash shall around 2:00 saturday morning, the driver and passenger were arrested after a brief search, no word on why police were pursuing that car. >> and one man is dead, after a single car crash, along i95 in delaware county. police say, 22 year old joseph smith was killed when he crashed into a guardrail. happened just before route 420 around 12:30 saturday morning police say driver was speeding and not wearing seatbelt. he was pronounced dead at the
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hospital. >> one man dead after being shot multiple times in the point breeze section of philadelphia. >> happened oakford street. police say the 43 year old victim pronounced dead at the hospital, no arrest haves been made. , 17 year old man in critical condition after being shot nine times in germantown. happened near germantown and ringhurst street. victim ran into chinese food store for help. police then followed his trail, of blood and found ten shell casings and a car with multiple bullet holes in it. police are hoping nearby surveillance cameras may offer clues into the gunman. there is much more still to come on "eyewitness news" this morning coming up next, we check in with john dickerson new host of "face the nation"
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nation" will be coming your way a little later on, this morning, at 10:30 right here on cbs-3. joining us now, with a preview, live in washington, is the new face of "face the nation",cbs news political director john dickerson. john, good morning. >> good morning today we talk to chris christie of new jersey about his presidential ambition. mayor bill de blasio will also be with us from new york to talk about his efforts to take the democratic party and try to continue to the left, few feet michael mccall, the chairman of the house homeland security committee, he will be with us today to talk about some of these new threats that we're seeing. and then finally we talk to former texas governor rick perry, he's also thrown his hat in the presidential ring. and will wrap the whole thing up with political round table. >> john, thank you. we will be watching. >> still to come this morning right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" sunday is starting off sunny and we're in store for a great day, but carol is back to tell us when showers are in the seven day forecast. that's next.
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>> front loading washers can can be a magnent for mold and bad smell. >> jim donovan takes a look at what the problem seems to be? >> reporter: they tackle dirty jobs with less energy, less detergent, and less water. but, not everyone is a fan of front load washers. >> so this is where the problem is, right here, inbetween the basin and the rubber. this is where the water would
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trap. >> kathleen thought an energy efficient front load washer would be state-of-the-art. but she quickly regretted buying it. >> i really couldn't take it any more. there was black mold, actually getting in there. so true house and human safety hazard. >> the problem is poor drainage around the door. entire towel is needed to some up the extra water trapped after every load. >> has stench to it. >> calls to the manufacture remember even more frustrating. >> just no remedy for it, except, it is my job to clean out the machine every time. so clearly, if i had known that i never would have purchased the machine to begin with. i would have don't a top loader until they figure out better design. >> class action lawsuits are now pending against several top washing machine makers. like this one against frigid air, which made kathleen's washer. other owners are claiming front loaders were would produce mole or mildew odor that can permiate a consumer's home. >> the company new that there was a problem as early as april of 2007. and rather than recalling the
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machine, letting consumers knee there was a problem they continued to sell those machines. >> frigid air disputes the existence of design defect. other manufacturers say the majority of customers are satisfied. these machines work well if the operating instructions are closely followed. appliance repairman hears complaints all the time. >> they'll describe the odor they get as swampy type smell. >> now happen which new machine that has better drainage around the door. but, she may join the suit if her case is eligible. >> that is very frustrating as consumer you reach out to the manufacturer saying here is clear design problem. can you fix it, can you replace it and they don't stands behind their own product. >> if your front loading washing machine smells, there are some things you can do on your own that may help. wipe down the door with disinfecting wipes. keep the door open as long as you don't have small pets or children in your house. reporting for three on your side i'm jim donovan. >> the storms brought lots of
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rain through wildwood yesterday. take a look at this eyewitness cam video several inches of water flooded the streets there. viewers also sent us photos from around the town. remember, do not attempt to drive through flooded or high water on roadways, carol thankfully that stuff is out of here. >> you know, it really ruined a lot of beach days yesterday. we saw some showers were going through south jersey, they really performed didn't they? and they were not happy about that any place along the shore areas. but, today much better day to make up for it. if you can possibly do it that way. 64 degrees the temperature that ed connor is talking about, now yesterday he said he was going to yard lurks keeping track of him out in chesterfield. he says he had a beautiful morning, he went to mass, and then is going to be doing some yards work which is probably perfect day to do it. >> because it will be getting so hot around here, as we go through the ends of neck week. that you may be thinking that today is a much better day for. that will and lynn springer naught cherry hill says crisp
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bright beautiful morning carol. yes, it is. it couldn't be better, i have couple of bodies of water to show you, one large, one small. jack frost big boulder twinkling water right now looks just lovely up there. the temperatures were cool this morning. 41 degrees up in the jack frost big boulder area this morning. but you warmed up into the 50's, on your way to about 72 degrees. another body of twinkling water, and this is in atlantic city, this is a large body of water. of course. and you can see we've got another picture in margate. beach still empty. but i think it is because we've got temperatures that are in the 50's at this point. so we will continue, my microphone falls off we continue, and we look at another picture. as we go through what we are experiencing as we go through the rest of the day today we've got some nice looking bet weather t starts already. temperature in the 60s right now through philadelphia. that is going to be warming up. i would say probably about
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78 degrees is pretty good average of where we will be finding these temperatures as we go through the rest of the day. sixty-one is the temperature right now up at trenton. we have 64 through the wilmington area. so it is very, very comfortable out there right now. it just gets more so going through the rest of the day. storm scan3 showing not much going on. we can't even track any clouds out there it looks so beautiful. and all of our weather watchers, and aim he sure you also saying hey we can't do any better than this. maybe we can't. we've got temperatures in the upper 70s today. mostly sunny skies high pressure in just the right spot. but doesn't stay there. as you can see we've got cold front that's going to be coming through. that's monday, tuesday. that's going to increase the humidity temperatures and bring chances of picking up shower around here, as well. then as we go through time, we see a couple of clouds, maybe little bit later on today through the 1:00 area. around say through the poconos allentown, nice day up there as well.
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sunshine through philadelphia, and the shore. could be a breeze later on this afternoon especially, to the west, and maybe little bit after on shore breeze, along the shore but still, it is a much better day through cape may county, ocean city, than it was for portion of the time yesterday. now, we've got temperatures that will be nice tonight. they will be dropping down into the 60s tonight. we still have clear skies tonight. overnight, doesn't look bad at all. actually, much of the day on monday, doesn't look bad. but notice, this. this is the front that's going to be coming here at least in advance of it. and you can see some showers start to break out and we see them moving through philadelphia around 6:00. by 8:00 tomorrow night still dealing with couple of them. and they are off to the north primarily, i think the most rain that you would see any place, should be to the north but we can be picking up some showers elsewhere, as well. and then, as we get through tuesday, still dealing with these showers as this front actually comes on through the area. soap, just something that we have to continue to monitor as woe go through time. and wednesday looks like the sun returns and so does some
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warmth. we've got temperatures, 78 degrees today, bull's eye perfect day 68, at the shore 72 degrees, in the poconos. and there will be remember that breeze at the shore and a moderate risk of rip currents. our winds out of the southeast about 5 miles an hour this morning, but anywhere between ten to 15 miles an hour, later on this afternoon. lovely day lovely night. couple of clouds come in little later. tomorrow eight a degrees picking up some showers and thunderstorm later in the day. same deal on tuesday wednesday, and thursday, and friday, hot around here. but it feels summer like, and for some us, we love it. and do you know maybe you lover the weather if you do, you can be featured in our newscast by becoming eyewitness weather watcher sign up now at cbsphilly.com/watchers. >> 8:49. time to check the roads, we go out to ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center, hello. looking at the ben franklin parkway, closed today for the
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phillies cycling bike race, close to logan circle as what you are looking at now to the art museum circle, now martin luther king also shutdown between the ben franklin parkway montgomery drive along with kelly drive. between the art museum circle and lincoln drive. main street manayunk shutdown for the race ridge avenue green lane shutdown between hermit street. closures in effect until around 5:00 this afternoon we move the traffic cam here, and this is the blue route at the mid-county tolls no delays or problems on the blue route. if you are taking the mid-county tolls today to the northeast extension, if you are headed up to the poconos watch out for a lot of volume going to the poconos for mass cash race weekends that's happening today. moving again to the walt whitman bridge. no delays or problems on the walt whitman bridge. if you are headed to the shore now is the time. no problems further up on 42, 55 the a.c. expressway, or the garden state parkway. and that is the latest from the cbs-3 traffic sent, i'm ann evans todd, back to you.
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>> the british are coming for this year's tony air wards when the theater strigate tears celebrate the best of broadway english will be everywhere so will the americans. marlie hall as has a look at the competition. the theme this year could be the british invasion. >> steven should know. the english man nominated bore best director, or skyline both play stars are british too. bill and kerry and they're both nominated for tony's. >> it is british star, helen; not named for herl role as queen elizabeth, and hopes to bring home her first tony award. >> all of the people's work, very exciting time on broadway .
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>> the british transplant, for the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. >> beautiful surprise. andand i am to get that recognition is really amazing. >> his biggest competition is all american bradley cooper, for the elephant man. >> fun home, is a heavy favorite. based on dysfunctional family. >> the critics say it might look like broadway tee party but the american are putting up a fight. >> marlie hall, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> 11:30 this morning, catch the tony awards tonight show kicks off at 8:00 p.m. right here on cbs-3 we'll be right back.
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worlds record for the largest cup of lemon made. michael, trish atkins, hosed the event in lindenwold, new jersey to raise money for alex's lemonade stand. the atkins daughter lilly survives cancer, after she was diagnosed with brain tumor some eight years ago. her family has hosed lemonade stand ever since. >> mix or finds a cure, where ever you are, go ahead and go step in alex's lemonade stand give your donation, know alex is dedicate today continuing the legacy of little alex scott to find a cure for childhood cancer one step at a time. >> so are you ready for there are? the cup was filled with 1,735 gallons every lemonade
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shatters previous record by nearly 200 gallons wow. this thursday taking stands for home. cbs-3 and the "cw philly" so very proud to partner with alex axe almost on aid stand foundation raising money for childhood cancer. applies join us as we remember alex and ten her dream of finding a cure. we hope you can join us, and make a donation, and take a stand for hope. >> great week to set up lemonade stands, hopefully that will help generate rev newspaper for that cause. >> absolutely, and thursday it will be about 90 degrees, so, you know, but drink lemonade year around, just to support that wonderful cause yes. we've got terrific day. look at this. outside, ocean city, you can see the flags are out people are out they're on bikes running around, love to see the boardwalk come to life-like it does this time of year. keep saying how yesterday was for a lot of people at the shore, but today trying to make up for it, 78 degrees,
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our temperature inland today 68 at the shore get breeze down there just sunny terrific tomorrow, we get few more clouds, eight a degrees. and shower or thunderstorm later on in the day. >> thank you carol. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now we might be signing off on tv, but always on line at cbsphilly.com. sunday morning is next. have a great day everybody. bye bye. >> ♪ ♪ you tell us what you want to pay and we help find options to fit your budget. nah, nah, insurance, nah, nah, nah, discount. my name's flo, you want to go out with me? no. uh-huh-huh!
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