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>> testing. and, president obama's paid tribute to the victims. >> and, there was also a, ceremony at the pentagon where passengers and crew for the back a fence the the terrorist and brought down united flight 39 before it could reach washington. at ground zero, families and friend, visited the two reflecting pools, and read the names of their love ones, determined to fulfill their promise, to never, forget. marley hall for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". okay. many victims of 9/11 were from our area, special ceremony was held at garden of reflection in lower makefield to mark the solemn anniversary. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos joins us with the very latest on that, good have afternoon. >> reporter: fourteen years since that terrible day family and friend of those victims who died, actually gathered
here at garden of reflection in bucks county to pay their respects, of course, and continue the never ending healing process. with that, piercing toll, of the moment the first plane struck, dozens gathered at garden of reflection in bucks county, remembering our nation's tragedy four years ago. >> this is a day, when we remember, america's, scars. >> and the scars are still very deep, and still so very real for families of the 9/11 victims from pennsylvania. >> it was a beautiful, beautiful tuesday morning though, the sun was out, the sky was blue. >> reporter: mothers like jidith reese whose son joshua died in the north tower that morning. >> i know, for me, the phone rang at about ten minutes to 9:00. >> reporter: but jidith never found josh, and realized that day that her life would be forever change. >> in the 14 years, we all
stand back and we say, did we do something wrong. no, we didn't. each one of these people, were in the place they were supposed to be doing their jobs, that morning. each one of these people, would not want us to spend the rest of our life crying. and to take here at garden of reflection on a prayer service will be held, 7:15 tonight. we're live here in bucks county i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> greg, thank you. governor tom wolf addressed visitors on the ground of the new flight 93 national memorial in western pennsylvania. the 26 million-dollar, visitors center pays tribute to the 33 passengers and seven crew members on board that flight. the united airlines plane crashed in shanksville somerset county where people on board for the back against their highjackers. other events are scheduled throughout the area to
commemorate september 11th. we have a full list on our web site at cbs philly.com. in other news this noon federal authorities shot and killed a man during a raid on the home in delaware county. "eyewitness news" reporter steve pather on joins us from chester where authorities took suspects into custody, steve. erika, some six hours later the scene here remains quite active. lets get your eyes on and looking back here you can see federal agents most of them now wearing hazmat suits have been combing the scene for hours going in and out of the several homes along the row here in chester. also assisting chester police who have a hole on the scene but i'm told it is an fbi swat team acting on a federal warrant who went in this morning. we spoke to neighbors who heard the shots as they were going in. awoke end by gunfire. >> i woke up to gunshots, and, i looked out window and saw cops outside. >> reporter: fbi sources confirmed to "eyewitness news", an early morning child
porn raid at this raid, at sixth street in chester. one male shot and killed three others taken in custody. the jessica young was about to get her kid, ready for school. >> i have kids and we live a block away. to wake up like that it was scary. >> reporter: neighbors say the home was relatively quiet, in problems before this morning, shocked, to wake up to this. >> it is shocking in the city when i came out the door. taken my kid to school. as to the circumstances, that led to the shooting itself. whether or not there was an exchange of gunfire, that remains under investigation and those fbi sources not yet speaking about what they know so far. as soon as we learn more we will bring you more here, for now we are live in chester, i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". also in chester a fire in
the commercial building not far from the commodore barry bridge. twenty-nine alarm fire near second and yarnel street broke out around midnight and fire fighters gained the up are hand. we are told there were no injuries. well, we are drying out after yes, a soaking rain that flooded some areas road. i want to show you route 45 right here in berkley road in mantua township camden county. road was closed but then water receded and route 45 is back opened. have have we got terrific news for your friday. kyla outside on the sky deck much nice tore day then yesterday, kyla, how is it looking. >> it is nice to feel the sunshine. it is also nice to feel the less humid air, when we walk outside, just feels more fresh out here, and we also have a breezing on. that is helping. lets take a look at the wind, we have right the now, at the north and you can see 12 miles an hour wind there in philadelphia. that is ushering in this cooler air mass that will stick with us. taking a look at storm scan three you can see our skies are nice and clear that will
stay that way for today but unfortunately we have rain tracking our way for weekend. we have 82 in philadelphia. seventy-eight in down the shore and 74 here in the poconos not bad at all. this is what we're going to see today, decreasing cloud, becoming sunny, we are seeing that happen already. less humid. i like that one. average temperatures which has been a while since we have been saying that. but again we do have a little rain to look out for for the weekend. we will be back in a few moments to time that out and make your plans because i never would like to stay like this for whole weekend but unfortunately not on the dock it. >> all right kyla, see you soon, thank you. u.s. coastguard is still engaged in the search and rescue operation after single engine plane went down off the jersey shore. it crashed 7 miles off atlantic city around 2:45 yesterday afternoon. the faa says that the 68 year-old pilot michael more more had 40 years experience in the cockpit. his moon i m20 plane was flying from gaylord michigan
from atlantic city international. coastguard ships, choppers and dive teams found debris but so far there is no sign of the pilot. fifteen days and counting, we are now just two weeks away from the historic arrival of the pope francis in philadelphia. and officials in montgomery county they are laying out their plans for the papal visit. four septa stations are designated pick up locations. officials expect lots of congestion in those areas so ab wear. county has requested 600 national guard troops to assist with transit and crowd control and security too. county will also activate the the emergency operations center on friday, september 25th and increase staffing at its 911 center. now, in philadelphia, plans for francis fields, talked about this yesterday, they have been cancel. it was supposed to be a campground in east fairmount park for visitors. cities office of emergency management it says it canceled those plans because of a lack of interest. and construction of the papal stage has begun on the
parkway, "eyewitness news" on eakins oval where crews work in the drenches rain, see home in the punchos yesterday. pieces of the stage are truck in on a large pallet. crews are trying to best protect the ground in that area of the parkway. coming up on "eyewitness news", vice-president joe biden talked about whether he will run for president. he sits down with stephen colbert to talk about campaign 2016 and death of his son, beau. and new pictures here from pluto we will tell you why nasa calls them wild and over the top. we will explain when we come right back.
this could be a first in white house news coverage when apple's digital assistant siri chimeness during a press briefing. >> it could not get even one republican member to sign it. >> how may i help you? >> sound like a loaded question when siri chimeness asking what she wanted to change. not sure whose youri it was but looking at the the video here woman on the right looking a little bit guilty before she chimeness laughing in the pressroom, so, whose phone was that that will be on silent, always. well, vice-president joe biden he opens up about his political future with stephen colbert. biden made his much anticipate add experience on the late show last night, when asked about his 2016 decision, biden says he would be lying if he said he was prepared to run
following his son beau's death in may due to brain cancer. >> i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president and two they can look at the folks out there and say i promise you you have my whole heart, my whole soul, my energy, and my passion to do this. i would be lying if i said that i knew i was there. >> so will biden have a change of heart? we will have to wait and see. in the meantime he gained six points in a new cnn poll of democratic voters. he is only behind hillary clinton and bernie sanders. tonight catch amy zoom are and author steven king on the late show with stephen colbert, catch it right here on cbs-3 after "eyewitness news" at 11:00. still to come, i phone users will have new ways to express themselves. coming up new emojis on the
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some new emojis are coming to apple phones. later this year a bunch of new emojis are on your screen, they will be released including a burrito, taco, crab, uni corn, anything you can name here. others you might see they call it a nerd face with the glasses there. >> i like money one. >> money tongue, both hand, turkey, a squirrel, just so many options. also perhaps the the most, and because they can, but one with a little finger, into it. >> i like that. >> question, why would you be texting someone that message if you are liking someone to text.
>> maybe it that is thing like ha ha funny, just kidding or are you really kidding. i don't know about that. >> my mother has started emoji, and it is terrifying. >> yes, for the first time. >> yes. >> um-hmm. >> change to our forecast. >> yes, different day to day. beautiful out there. >> beautiful out there enjoy the day-to-day but the weekend is not looking terrific, guys. we have moments in the weekend. let me get you up to speed on what we need to look out for. lets look outside, off of our camera off the top of the building here. we are looking at the lovely center city and you know what i was saying earlier this remind me of the simpson's opening. >> it does. >> the with the big clouds. >> yes. >> the simpson's. >> this is what we are seeing more sun popping out as we go throughout the day-to-day and looking live at storm san three here we go, we're clearing, it looks good. there is a little hitch in the giddy up and it comes when i zoom out here and we will see this lovely mess coming our
way in the midwest. they are starting another front. not as strong as a front we just dealt with yesterday but still a little will showers as we get throughout the weekend. we will show you kutztown they have more big fluffy cloud out there too. 73 degrees. pretty nice day. little breeze. air feels very fresh compared to yesterday my goodness compared to yesterday. 76 degrees in philadelphia. seventy-four atlantic city. sixty-five in mount pocono. we are back to the average temperatures again. if you go out to baseball tonight great night for it. first game double header. 80 degrees. that is about 5:00 o'clock time. lovely evening. second game should be around 8:00. 78 degrees is what we are looking at wind are light, beautiful baseball weather. that is good timing for a double header. but we are going to see rain chances in the weekend. you can see here saturday, sunday where trouble spots are. in particular saturday afternoon. the let's take a look at future weather, that is friday at 11:00 p.m. beautiful night to enjoy it.
here we are saturday at 4:00 p.m., and we will start to see showers kicking up, storms coming in, there could be downpours there and we could clear out. we could see spotty showers throughout our sunday. if you are heading to the shore not the most spectacular shore weekend. temperatures very mild in the 70's, saturday afternoon when we have to look out and sunday we could see spotty showers coming in and going. we will see a much cooler pattern over next five or six days. you'll notice temperatures in the 70's on sunday and monday, that is highs. below average of 83. back to the 80's on tuesday and it will be pretty nice, next week we will start off with sunshine. today enjoy the day less humid, cloud will continue to decrease as we go throughout the day, we will keep that breezing too. sixty-five for your overnight tonight, very comfortable. i'm thinking dinner outside tonight could be a good thing. yeah, i heard my floor director dianne says she likes that. watch what happens in the weekend. rosh hashanah coming in sunday
to monday. even though we have stormy weather, saturday afternoon into sunday i like the way next week looks. then we're talking lower 80's, beautiful, like right on average temperatures and lots of sunshine. do you see that. >> fantastic. >> tuesday, wednesday, thursday, so we have to pick our spots for the weekend. saturday early part of the day great time get outside and saturday nighttime to cuddle up. >> nothing wrong with that. >> thank. >> we have some new images of pluto and nasa describing them as we will, and over the top. pictures show mountains, flat areas and possible dunes too. the new horizons spacecraft got this shot and it flew by pluto on july 14th. time to check your philadelphia jobs market report, cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger has advice to feel appreciated at work. >> over last year labor market has been improving, pennsylvania has added nearly 60,000 jobs. that growth makes it harder to higher talented people and means that companies need to keep their current employees
happy and productive or risk losing them to the competition. expressing gratitude has been proven to be an effective tool for motivation and satisfaction. a survey by john temple ton foundation found employees give their best effort on the job when co-workers and bosses, appreciate their work. work mace coaches recommend a simple exercise to pre met work place gratitude, write every team or staff members name on a separate piece of paper and then ask everyone to write one nice word or thought about each member of the team anonymously. distribute comments to team members to see what their co-workers appreciate about them. you can suggest that everyone post it to their computers so they see it every day as a reminder. it is not just for others. the gratitude is a two-way street. 93 percent say grateful bosses were more likely to be successful, only 18 percent thought grateful bosses would be seen as weak. i'm jill schlesinger for cbs-3 "eyewitness news".
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are looking forward to seeing those new eagles in action. let's go bird. nfl season kick off with tom brady and super bowl champions new england patriots beating steelers 28-21 in foxboro. brady threw four touchdown passes three, to his favorite target ron grant cow ski. game was not without controversy, steelers coach mike tomlin say patriots radio broadcast was in his staff headset for much of the first half. there is always something. the it always comes back to the paths. >> it kind of does. >> unless you are a paths fans in which case not true. >> i'm staying out of that one but it is a little bit suspect. >> fishy. that is "eyewitness news" at noon i'm quarter von tiehl. for kyla and all of us here thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00 we are always on line cbs philly.com. >> young and restless is next. have a great day.
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