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that will the investigation is underway, clean up also underway. but just some very hard news this morning. >> thankfully in the weather department catching bit of break here. but the s word shows up again, snow on the way, in april. believe me it is not the most atypical thing, to be talking snow in april. i just think we're all sick of t we just want the spring to get here already. but, as we watch on storm scan3, residual moisture of the disturbance pushing away, actually wrap around moisture trying to survive, as it heads east, so, i mean, wouldn't be out of the which for some of to you maybe pick up quick light snowflake here and there in the north and west most counties specially in the poconos, but going to likely sigh this fizzle with time. now the wind, it is not cranking, but it is definitely noticeable. it is knocking good seven, l degrees off for feels-like values, that's why i show you those numbers right now. these are the values you want to be dressing for as you hit the road today. mid upper 30's, the best it feels like right now in any location, but as the day progresses, it is is just
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cooler day in general. expect the breeze to continue predominantly out of the west, so if you are out on the parade route, you will notice that wind coming right down market street, to dilworth, right along the parade route actually, about 54 where we expect to top off. regardless, it is a dry day. and eventually, there will be snow to discuss. let's enjoy the break, i know it is cooler by comparison, but at least it is a break, that said. >> yes, it is certainly a break, all right, thank you so much, katie. good morning, everyone, happy friday. if you are just waking up with us, heart breaking news on columbus boulevard, fatal accident in south philly. columbus boulevard southbound closed at oregon, the southbound side closed again, that's at oregon avenue, investigation clearly still underway, along with the wreckage clean up. make note of that for those you passing by, you will have to use an alternate. right now the best one will be broad street. take that to your majors, 95 or the schuylkill, so broad street will be your best bet. but very rush shape, very rough stuff this morning.
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burlington bristol bridge scheduled to open at six doctor zero, a just in a kim every minute, we can still see traffic driving by here, again that's scheduled to open in the next few minutes, make note of. that will also, quick look at the boulevard, you can see, certainly, starting to heat up a lot of vehicles out there basically in a lot of the cameras we are looking at this morning, heating up pretty early. boulevard southbound looking busy, also septa, for november, a extra capacity on the norristown high speed, market frankford, broad street lines. make note. take a look at this, bus routes detoured around city hall between 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. i'll have more updates on that parade coming up in a little bitment brooke, back to you. >> thank, meisha a let he is go back out live to the fatal accident you have been telling us about on columbus boulevard. it happened around 2:30 this morning, car slammed into a peco building, near oregon avenue. take a look at this, getting brand new dash cam video of the cash, the two people in the back seat of the car sadly were killed. two other were hurt. you can see, the car hit the median, spinning out of control, hitting the building, the uber driver who got this
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video just spoke to "eyewitness news". driving at high rate of speed, doing 70, 80 miles an hour, running red light, she hit i guess a bump it, jumped up on the curb, sparks started shooting and the car was lick fishtailing, then shot across the road. that's when it ended up slamming into the building. >> police are investigating whether drugs or alcohol played a factor. >> a tip may have led police to the get-away car from deadly shooting in wynnefield. twenty-eight jerold man, died at a hospital, after he was shot behind a bar on city avenue last night. another man is in stable condition. police in germantown stopped a cash matching eyewitness descriptions, but no arrests. >> a nine year old boy in stable condition this morning. police say he accidentally shot himself in the finger. it happened in the bedroom of his home on south 32nd street. he was returned to the children's hospital. his mom took him there. investigators are interviewing other family members, who were
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at the house at the time. >> in other news, today is the day philadelphia honors the national champions, villanova wildcats. >> the parade of champions just hours away. and "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen is live in center city where thousands are expected for today's festivities. hey, pat? >> good morning, jim, brooke. you know, not every day we get to celebrate champion in the city. very rarely happens. have to go back to 2008 with the philadelphia phillies, they jammed broad street with a million plus people celebrating that championship. here we are in 2016. today along market street we will be celebrating the villanova wildcats and their championship with a parade today, that will end upright here outside city hall at dilworth plaza. it begins at 1:00. the villanova wildcats championship team will be celebrated for that amazing march madness run, yesterday, they got everything ready to roll out here along the parade route. and it is here where you'll see a glimpse of ryan arcidiacono, and chris jenkins, the man who hit the
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shot, heard around the basketball world. i literally cannot stop watching that. probably have watched it a hundred times, still get goose bumps. they start at 1:00. they start at 20th and market streets, 20th and market street, enter dilworth plaza at city hall. all of the fun will be going on along the parade route, and then behind me, i don't know if you can see it, but they have the stand set up there, as well. so yesterday, i got chance to hang out with ryan arcidiacono, as he got his haircut. he wanted to look fresh, because he knew that the cameras would be on him, along the parade route. so he got his haircut. i went along, i asked him one very important question, in particular. >> so, is jay as cool as like everyone thinks he is? >> as cool as a person? >> yes, in general? >> ya, don't get me wrong. he is more on serious, as serious as anything, but he's definitely a cool dude off the
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court, if anyone gets to know him. >> is he like a fatherly type guy or is he more like coach like? , iron fist? >> more like coach but i think he lovers to see the development of kids after four years, and he'll help them grow as men both on and off the court. >> so jay wright is obviously cool. ryan arcidiacono also cool, chris jenkins was in the house, as well, i got a chance to speak with those guys, they're very calm, cool, collected, soaking it all in, basically celebrities now. and i think they kind of like it. who wouldn't in this position? live outside city hall, dilworth plaza, pat gallen, for "eyewitness news", jim, brooke? >> thanks a lot, pat. our coverage of the parade of champions kicks off with a special hour of "eyewitness news" at noon, followed by the parade, liver at 1:00 right here on cbs-3 and on line at jim and i will be right in the middle of all of the festivities outside city hall, it will be a fun day, so we hope you join us for all of the action. >> in other news, bernie
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sanders has wrapped up his big campaign stop in philadelphia. the vermont senator spoke at the afl-cio convention one day after hillary clinton took the same stage and questioned his preparedness to be president. sanders fired back saying clinton's unqualified for the job. cbs charlie rose pressed sanders on those comments last night. >> do you believe secretary clinton is unqualified to be president? >> well, does secretary clinton believe that i am unqualified to be president? >> why can't you simply say yes, she has some of a first rate resume -- >> absolutely. >> now the pennsylvania primary is april 26th. the new quinnipiac pole has clinton ahead of sanders, by six in the state. >> former president bill clinic ton was in town for his wife. east mt. airy, clinton spoke in front of several hundred people yesterday. the things were going as planned until two protesters from black lives matter through up signs criticizing
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clinton's passage of the 1994 crime bill. here's how clinton responded to the criticism. >> i heard t can i answer? no, see, here is the thing, i like protesters, but the ones that won't let you answer are afraid of the truth. that's acinal road. >> after philadelphia, the former president made a stop in scranton. >> on the republican side, the candidates are all focused on new york, ted cruz and john case rick both battling to defeat frontrunner donald trump in the upcoming contest while donald trump is preparing from a fight. trump hired new convention manager and pick up the support of former new york city mayor, rudy guiliani. cruz campaigned yesterday in brooklyn, clarified comments about new york values. while kasich was in the bronx. >> what that means is the policies of liberal democratic politicians hurting the people of new york for a long, long time. >> pick up delegates here, and all over the northeast, and
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down in maryland. >> well, the new york primary is april 19th. >> up next: a look at some of the stories making headlines at our local newspapers this morning. >> plus, have you put on a little weight recently? i have. find out why your job could be to blame. >> and now hiring. a kid letter for this adorable a kid letter for this adorable baby wambach, a story we think eighty six million adults have a serious medical condition called prediabetes, but ninety percent don't know it. you may be one of them, and your risk of developing type 2 diabetes is higher. the good news is that you can prevent or delay diabetes. talk to your doctor about a simple blood test for prediabetes. sponsored by nacdd with support from the centers for disease control and prevention. visit
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morning, we will take a look at traffic and weather together in just a moment. >> all right, first up, we have a look at your newspaper headlines from across our region. >> he wasn't even the intended target. >> the delaware county daily times report, 20 year old chris thomas was gunned down in broad daylight this week in upper darby. in a apparent drive-by shooting. superintendent michael chitwood says drugs were not involved. he believes the gunfire was over a woman, and the wrong person was struck. from the burlington county times, federal regulators have granted an oklahoma based utility company's request to build a natural gas compressor station in northern burlington county. the project would have little negative impact on landowners, and the surrounding communities. >> the bucks county courier times reports the fbi sees computer flash drive financial records and banking documents this week, from a willow grove home linked to joan brown. brown was the manager of six credit unions, shutdown by the
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national credit union administration. investigators declined to confirm or deny an investigation into the credit union shut-down, was underway. >> and, those are few of your newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. >> meanwhile, now, a check on weather, katie, what's all of this about snow? >> i know, i know. and, i tell you, not the most atypical thing to see snow this time of year in the delaware vale, i think we're all over it, we didn't have too bad a winter when it came to snow, regardless it is on the way. we'll get to the details, but isn't this a gorgeous shot? live look out overlooking neighborhood network, one loan silo in the distance here in the farm country it, kutztown area middle school. basically see partly sunny sky, essentially what you are seeing depicted in the particular camera. now, next up, see the bands of snow still coming in, just wrap around moisture, residual behind the storm system brought in all of the rain yesterday, notice how it start today fizzle in the last say half hour or so. so, even if you did see quick
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snow shower, or sprinkle of some kinds, in the far northwest counties, don't be shocked by that, but don't bank on that lasting very long, there is another system that waits in the wings, though, one more zoom out, we show that to you. here it is, making it basically migration to the south eventually it will turn left, head our way, tomorrow it, looks like it is actually going to rotate over our area, as it pulls away. so, what that will do is bring essentially all day event, but it is through the daylight hours, so, the limiting factors of this snow to have chance to accumulate, pretty decent list here. april sun angle gets very strong, by comparison to what you have in the winter team, temperatures in the 40's for many of you, that in itself, you're if the diagnose to see snow stick and accumulate. relatively warmer grounds also factor. so with that said, because it is essentially all day event, specially through the northern counties, here, you might pick up a grassy, unpaved surface casino of coating to inch, maybe up to two, that is still just possibility, it really depends where the bands set up. but you might see quick coating here around the city
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region as well. that said, all gone by sunday, thank goodness, still chilly however. with sunshine, at least, and then we look ahead to the early part of the week. hey at least rebounds coming our way, pretty typical daytime high. phillies home opener, shot for shower, right now i don't think it will have any major damper on the home opener. again we will be watching that for you, let you know as things evolve there. so keep our fingers crossed. >> sound good, yes. it will be chilly though. definitely chilly. guys, rough morning this morning. we do have a very serious crash right now, that's, the investigation underway, clean up underway, slowly getting out. way here. what you are looking at right now, where we had fatal accident in south philly columbus boulevard southbound, was closed, for quite some time, then it reopened, ten it closed again and reopened. now it is completely reopened. just to let you know, even in the southbound side, they have moved the investigation to the median. you can see them kind of here in the middle shot. so southbound and northbound lanes are open. but the investigation is still
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going underway. right now still looks wide open here. probably a good idea, if i were you, just stay away from the area, if at all possible. you have to take it, you obviously can use it as they are open. but broad street, your major, the schuylkill, 95, that's going to be your best bet if you want to maneuver around. >> this just make note of. that will also the burlington bristol bridge scheduled to open at 6:05. so hopefully now coming back down, looks like it is, those of you in the area, vine, westbound looking good, eastbound where we are starting to heat up right now. and i have some more updates coming up for the septa and november a coming up in about ten minutes, first a quick break, stay right where you are, cbs-3, "eyewitness news" will be right back.
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>> you hear you have a story that involves cuddling? >> i sure do. who doesn't love that. >> oh, so cute. okay, you're going to really love this. on line competition is being held in australia to become the chief kid letter of derrick, no, not a person, a do-able eight month olds wombat. oh, you guys, got it love. >> this so australia tourism board holding this competition to find someone who would like to hug on this little one. oh, my gosh, look at him. this eight month olds darling was rescued from his mother's pouch after she was hit by a car in december. i know. so in order to win some cuddle time do you have write 25 words essay explaining how you would be the best kid letter ever. now, at this point, only
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australian resident are allowed don't err. you know what? i have a feeling there is some pretty awesome kid letters in philly. so i know, what will you say? maybe get them to let us to apply? i want to try. >> i'm still wondered what a wombat is. >> what? >> would you be a good wombat cuddling? >> no, i could walk it. >> i bet you could be cuddling like no other. >> here we go again. >> coming up a little later, meisha is taking me on a dream drive. >> you know me, i have boundery issues. >> plus, if you like talking a walk on the wild side, our jan carabeo is live, where you can cross a bridge, mere inches above 30 sharks. >> plus, katie has some company in the weather center today. >> indeed i do. all of this talk of cuddling has our our weather watch nerve studio blushing, happy to have you, brand new program in studio weather watchers,
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every friday, new weather watch nerve here helping us produce the show, peter, bee got this, pete is her our number one, the first one in the program, and we're so thrilled to have you, budd. >> i thank you, a pleasure to be here, i can't wait to see what goes on behind the scenes here. >> stay there, we have more on snow for you, on the other side.
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>> welcome back, everyone, if you are package on the pound maybe it is your job fault. >> what's good for your career may not be good for your waistline. found 44% of work verse gained weight at their current job. survey shows women more likely to report gaining weight at their jobs than men. some say it is stress. but there are some things you can do to stop this. >> so 77% of workers, who say they've gained weight, actually also reported having high stress levels. >> i've seen it happen to me before. but now i'm really aware of it. so, i'm making sure that i take a break, get up, walk around, come out here for fresh air. >> that career biller survey also found a quarter of work verse access to employer sponsored programs to help them lose weight. more than half don't even take advantage. >> i'm now eating my lunch at 8:00 a.m., and my dinner at 1:00 p.m. so god knows what i am ' going to look like in a few machines from now. >> and frozen fruit slices of
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different variety every morning. >> exactly. >> at 3:00? >> but it works for some. >> all right. >> speaking of what it works for, maybe it works for him. because now we have an impressive weight loss for a dog whose story went viral. >> they call him fat vincent at his biggest he was 38 pounds. he was suffering from depression, and high cholesterol. k9 rescue took him in, now, he's slim and trim at 17-pound, and will soon be available for adoption. good to him. stuck to his work out plan. >> fat vincent. >> exactly. coming up next. our recall rounds up. >> plus significant development from the vatican this morning. the pope just announced new changes for the catholic church. pat? >> good morning, brooke, live outside city hall, dilworth plaza, getting ready for the celebrations, villanova will be celebrate wad parade today. and coming up in just a couple every minute, my exclusive sit
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down with ryan arcidiacono, as he gets a fresh haircut for today's parade. thanks so much, pat. we have disable vehicle, block ago right lane, serious accident with a investigation underway, and also, some detours you want to know around the nova parade later, all of that coming up in a little bit. first a quick break, stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right
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in pennsylvania, mcginty helped implement obamacare and expand coverage. trump and toomey have attacked obamacare and social security. to fight back, president obama wants mcginty in the senate to protect women, families and seniors. vote in the democratic primary, april 26th. mcginty: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. >> right now, this is a live look at the scene of that fatal accident on columbus boulevard in oregon avenue. all lanes of traffic are now open. >> two people died early this morning, after that car crashed into the peco building at that intersection, police are investigating whether drugs or alcohol played a factor. >> good morning, it is 6:30, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas, the crash and more what you need to know right now in your
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morning minute. >> she hit i guess a bump t jumped on the curb, sparks started shooting. >> car driving at high rate of speed hit a median, then slammed into the peco building by oregon avenue. the two people killed were in the back seat. the stage is set, and the countdown is on. >> we're out here at dilworth plaza, getting ready for the villanova celebration, later on today. everyone wants a glimpse of the kids who brought home the hardware. >> this city voted for me in record numbers. >> former president bill clinton was in town stomping for his wife. >> do you believe secretary clinton is unqualified to be president? >> well, does secretary clinton believe that i am unqualified? >> the campaign for the republican nomination took on decidedly new york flavor. >> do you like the taste of plaza baking in a brooklyn school, but many new yorkers aren't ready to break bread with him. >> look at that. wow, you know, i don't know if
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this guy is showboating or what he is trying do right there. >> two robbery suspect led police on wild ride through la. one driver over the two men then shook hands with neighbors on posted for selfies before being handcuffed. >> welcome, peter, remember, if you are loving the weather you can sign up to be one of our weather watch earns. he's our first in studio weather watcher live in the studio. you had to get the plaid in, he lovers the weather here, happy to have him here helping to produce the showment headed on bit every roller coaster ride throughout the course of the day, really throughout the course of the weaken here. temperatures bottoming out into the 40's, over saturday, sunday, we do rebounds become into the low 606 ace, come
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monday. let's talk about why this is happening. for now, just had cold front cross through, clearing out, any left over snow showers are starting to fizzle. and they'll continue to do so today over central pa. but if you saw a quick sprinkle or snow shower across maybe the poconos, i wouldn't be shock by that. forty-four the current temperature meanwhile at philadelphia international airport. got to get to the nova parade. do expect to rebound here, low mid 50's, under some sunshine, for the nova parade, really everywhere else, as well. but the thing is, it is still breezy outside, it is going to feel cooler specially by comparison to yesterday, but at least it is dry. although, i would highly suggest that you pack the sweatshirts in navy and white if you are headed out to the parade route. dry for the champs. saturday tracking some snow if you can believe it, but the phillies home opener forecast is also something that we want to discuss. so, lot of outdoor sporting event coming up here in the next couple of days. cbs-3, we obviously will have you covered here as we move forward. meisha, a we sends things over to you. >> all right, you guys, thank you so much. from the weather department, well, the world of traffic, it
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has been busy morning indeed. in fact, what you are looking at behind me, good morning by the way. what you are looking at behind me is the spot where we had fatal crash in south phillyment columbus boulevard is now reopened at oregon avenue. the investigation is still underway. so is the clean up. it has moved now to the middle median. for those of you want to go drive-thru the area you certainly k you can see the open roadways, again, just seeing the investigation is still out there. it is just pulled into the middle median. moving along, 59 south at cottman. right lane do have disable vehicle causing major slow downs, we know in this area even something as simple as disable vehicle can really force someone to put on their brakes, that did really jam everyone up. casino of what we are seeing in and around this area. no longer traveling at 65 a miles per hour which is where i like you to be, oh, no, you have dropped significantly. give yourself couple of extra minutes there, also burlington bristol bridge should be going up sometime shortly. make note of. that will beautiful sky by the way now that the sun is just starting to come up. nova parade, starting at 1:00 p.m. today.
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so parked cars, have started to be towed at 6:00 a.m. so we're at 30:00 now, if it is on the parade route. what's that route? you might be wondering, 20th and market to dilworth park. kind of the straight shot, so if your vehicle is park anywhere on that straight shot, between 20th and market and dilworth park, it is going to be towed. that started again at 6:00 a.m. jim, back over to you. >> thanks so much, meisha a just in from the vatican. pope francis is signalling more changes when it comes to marriage and the catholic church. he just released a new set of guidelines, that makes it possible for more people to receive communion after their divorce. right now, divorce catholics can only receive communion, after their previous marriage is annulled by the church. this is significant development coming out of the vatican this morning. >> and now just hours away from a big party, to honor the national champions, villanova wildcats. >> "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen live in center city where thousands are expected for today's parade of champions, good morning, patrick. >> reporter: good morning, jim and brooke. how are you this morning? we're good out here outside
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city hall dilworth plaza where the villanova celebration will end, as you know, and as meisha said, 1:00 it will start at 20th and market streets. she mentioned the tow trucks, they're out here this morning, they're getting ready to make your life miserable. if you are in the path of this parade route. now, yesterday, it all started with the city of philadelphia getting things ready to see, there are some barriers, barricades behind me. they're all up and down market street, over here along 15th street as well as they try to keep it safe for spectators. shear look at the route that they'll be taking, short one, but will cause some traffic problems, as well, down here. starts at 20th and market streets, runs down here to city hall, and dilworth plaza, just be ready, because there will be traffic mayhem friday 1:00 down here in center city. now, the one player who will be front and center of all of this is the most out standing player from the ncaa tournament cents that's ryan arcidiacono, i got a chance to hang out with him yesterday, as he got his haircut. he wanted to look fresh.
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there will be lot of cameras, lot of people around. so here it is, me and ryan arcidiacono from yesterday. before the villanova wildcats celebrate with a parade down market street, they need to look good. >> my hairline, see that? you all know you're national champions. >> i caught up with one of the heroes of the title run, ryan arcidiacono while he got a fresh cut on lancaster avenue. >> been little crazy? >> ya, little bit. around town, pretty much extactic. >> is jay as cool as like everyone thinks he is? >> as cool as a person? >> yes, in general? >> yes, don't get me wrong. he is more, serious, as serious as anything, but definitely a cool dude off the court. >> nova. we love you, novanation. >> reporter: what's it like being a part of that shot? >> just being on the team is
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surreal, and for that play to go down as one of the best shots in college basketball history, just speechless about it. >> all right, in here getting fresh cut for parade? >> yes, parade will be neat. i mean, i was at the phillies one, and no where near as many people as that one. >> why so moodies. >> it will still and lot of people there. novanation will be out in full force. >> so what's it like being a celebrity? you're a celebrity, admit it. >> no, no, we got to stay humble go, to class, everything like. that will that's pretty neat. everyone saying congrats. >> i probably wouldn't have gone to class yesterday. i don't know how you guys did it. >> have to go. >> no. >> no? >> no. >> i'm putting you on the spot on that one? >> so, arch is ready, chris jenkins, fresh haircut, guys, i was this close to getting a villanova v etched in the side of my head. i sat down on the chair, i said just do it. and i bailed. there was no way that i was
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going to be able to do. that will but, we will be celebrating down here today, starting at 1:00. you'll get to see ryan arcidiacono, chris jenkins, and the villanova wildcats. jim, brooke, back to you. >> i don't think he was this close. i think he was this far away. >> i join him there. i do have my blue and white necktie ready, because that's the way i roll for today's parade. now if you can't make it down to center city tune in for our special coverage of the parade of champions, kicks off with a special hour every "eyewitness news" at noon, followed by the parade live here on cbs-3 at 1:00 and on line at brooke and i will be in the middle of the action, me with my white and blue tie, we hope you join us. right now police are investigating a suspicious incident in cherry hill. they are looking for this man, who drove up alongside two young females, and asked them if they needed a ride wednesday night. the girls were walking near south lincoln avenue, and garfield avenue at the time. the girls ran off. police say the man in his 50's had been driving blue sedan, possibly buick, and had been
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at the wawa where the two girls were moments earlier. dangerous products in and around your home. what you need to know on this week's "3 on your side" recall rounds up. >> about 20,000ivanka trump brands dollars scarfs being recalled, don't meet flammable standards posing burn risk, involves ivanka beef wave and brush stroke oblong scarfs, century 21, lords and taylor, marshall's, tj max, low man's. com and sold the scarfs for between 12 and $68. stop using thee scarfs and return them to the place of purchase for a full refunds. about 2100 busy loops table toys being recalled, rounds plastic beads on the toy can break, posing a choking hazards. model number 7470 and lot code fh, printed on the bottom of the base. toys were sold at bye bye baby, and other toy stores nationwide, as well as on
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line, adam son. com and kohl's. com for around $15. stop using the toy and return it to the store where it was purchased, or contact the manufacturer, manhattan toy for full refunds. take a close look inside your pantry. two companies have recalled their products because of shards of glass. emeralds 100-calorie package of roasted and salted cashew halves and pieces have been yanked from store shelves. and roland food says containers of its roasted red pepper strips macon tape small pieces of glass, as well. now, no injuries have been reported, in either every those food recalls, return the items to the place of purchase for a refunds. that's this week's recall round up. links with more information on coming up, i'm new to town, and i am looking for some answers. >> what do i need to know about south jersey? >> oh, gosh, see, that's a big question. >> find out what he told me. meisha johnson takes me on dream drive showing me some
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favorite neighborhood, that make this place special. >> jan? >> surrounded by sharks, this is the brand new exhibit here at the adventure aquarium. on the camden waterfront, it is called shark bridge t gives visitors brand new vantage point of these magnificant creaturesment coming up we taken side look before the exhibit opens today. >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> first pitch at the philly home opener. matt diagnosissed when leukemia in february, but he loves baseball. he says he was little nervous when he got the call to throw out the first pitch, but, matt says, he has been to the ballpark before. >> i was really excited. , and, well, i was going to go practice then, but i just forgot. i love baseball. i play it, i go to the games a lot. >> this is all really cool.
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there was even a pep rally in the a. i. dupont children's hospital lobby, of course, starring the philly phanatic >> judge so fantastic, so wonderful, home opener just days away, wouldn't you know of course we've got snow in the forecast. but it, does not look like it will be all that chilly for the home opener. that forecast for you in a second. first quick check with the eyewitness weather watcher network, a lot of observations in this hour. many of them right around the 40 degrees mark so cooler by comparison for sure. margo checks in, 41, sunny skies, for her, and it is definately feeling cool and crisp, as she said, nice clear start though across that area, taking it further inland, we go on out toward the downingtown area, where don reports also full sunshine, and she is definitely rooting on novanation, this afternoon. so, again, we are so proud of those guys. well done. let's take to you one more,
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41 degrees, there you go, taking it full screen. phil report again full sunshine in north wales, that's what you are starting off with here, guys, we take you next, if we can get over, storm scan3, notice, what's happening just off to the north here, some of the northern counties specially the pocono region. where are my graphics going? what's going on here? there we go. let's try this again. up across the pocono region, we just move on, still finding couple of stray snow showers out there. wider zoom shows another disturbance, here it is there is will make left turn, cross over our area, by tomorrow. bring which it a round of rain and/or snow showers, and as we move forward, in the forecast, having trouble with the clicker today, give me second. there you go. chance at least to see some snow showers out there. and pretty decent chance the further north you go, to see some actual accumulation, in other words, more than coating, because this could ends up being an all day event for us, and, even though it would be primarily a grassy accumulation, and unpaved surface accumulation, if it lasts long enough, that is
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where you will start to see it actually sticking and maybe accumulate. so at max, coating to inch or two in some of the northern suburbs, but generally it is primarily slick spots certainly, but wet roads. quickly checking the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, colds weekend overall, we are going to moderate back up in time, for the philly home opener, though we could see some showers that day, meisha. >> thanks so much, katie, good morning, everyone, happy friday to you. we made it to the weekends, sun is coming up. this is where we have disable vehicle, that's now since been cleared. you can see, still very, very busy out there, this is 95 south at cottman, right lane come pro priced because of the disable now cleared. you are no longer traveling at 55 miles per hour, no, we have dropped quite a bit there. ben franklin bridge, i just have to show this shot, because it is so gorgeous. take a look at this. as you move westbound, from jersey toward center city you can see the volume levels are actually looking pretty darn good. it is just that shot, gets me every time, puts me in such a great mood. speaking of putting everyone in a great intoed, look at the sunshine, also tells us sun up, sun glare, pack your
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sunglasses, you need it, specially moving in the eastbound direction. so this is a lock in delaware county, 95 north at 452, just make note of. that will also for those of you, taking septa for nova later on, just take a look at this real quick. actually i will tell you this, nova parade, 1:00 p.m., parked cars, are going to be towed, it started at 6:00 a.m. if you are in the line of fire, the line of the parade, you are going to be towed again, that started at 6:00 a.m. make note of that. that is between 20th and market and also dilworth park. so just make note that far for those of you in and around the area, they are still towing and doing that all day long. of course brooke new to the area, as we know, you know how i love to drive around and check out the sites. >> this time i had her along for a little south jersey and a little pennsylvania. take a look. >> we started in ardmore, on the main line, and ends in the collingswood. >> so i have to start off saying, brooke, that i'm so glad to have a sidekick.
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this is so much fun. >> main line is amazing, and plus i mentioned, there are some incredible mansions here, ton of history, everywhere i go. >> i know, just but the full. >> now, we will go to some of the best shopping around, as far as i'm concerned. >> oh, i'm excited about that. >> we're off to suburban square ardmore, one of america's original shopping centers, and still going strong. >> all right, here we are. >> farmers mark here, very fluent area here, gladwynn right over here, so extremely affluent. i know their name, they know my name. >> over here. >> everything. >> we're going to actually go into new jersey, and we're going to see a darling little neighborhood. look around. >> adorable. >> now we're in collingswood, new jersey, and they tell me this is not just the cutest,
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all every these little homes. it is that quinessential quaint town where you have the very thin roads, have all of the tiny little seans, and the coffee shops. >> i love it. cabinet store, record store, antique store. >> yep. >> i'm completely not sure what it is, but i like it. >> i can't wait to go in this record store. it will be so cute. but just have a great vibe. >> yes. >> david franco quit the mortgage business to open inner guru records. >> south jersey not all girls like snooki. that's the big misconception. there is a vibe to collingswood. really artsy casino of vibe to the town. we have a lot of younger people with little kids, sometimes i actually call it like stroller way. >> fifteen years ago there is town had its problems. really reborn itself.
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>> long time south street picture, the laugh house, making a come back, you all, starting tonight. the spot that launched carreers of comedians like kevin heart and others abruptly closed back in 2013. but, its owner said he's back, so is the laff house, open weaken twice a month, new location, market live, at 21st, and market streets. >> you guys can add that to your next dream drive location, i think. >> we're going to jamaica! >> now, will you dare to cross the shark bridge? the ad ventura car yum newest experience opens today. >> the walk will let you get up close to the sharks swimming in the waters below. our brave jan carabeo is ready to cross the bridge. hi, jan. >> brooke, jim, i have a pretty cool job, but i have to say this one takes the cake, that's because this is brand new exhibit here at adventure aquarium on the camden waterfront, the longest
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v-shaped rope suspension bridge in the entire world, at 81 feet. it took just about 4 tons of steel to make this. there is enough net here to sands 63 football fields, so it is quite the undertaking, very solid, and stable, thank goodness. i have samantha, to talk about just what visitors can expect. she is a biologist, guys. she has been in the waters off of south africa, been face-to-face with great sharks. how does this differ from that, though? >> this definitely gives you different perspective on the shark, over top of them, watching them swim around as they would naturally, really weaving in and out, and interacting with each other as well as the other sharks. >> and different species with different temperament. what's that about? >> yes, so we have the three different species, fan tigers, sandbagger, and the sharks the ones you find off the coast at any time of the year, definately more diacele sharks, will be the ones that will be in the coast, swimming in and out, won't be the man eaters you see. >> absolutely not. you wouldn't get in the water with those, actually would you, but other people wouldn't
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necessarily get in the water. that's what people can do here, casino of get different look at the adventure aquarium shark exhibit. they see you guys diving in, feeding the sharks. what do you have to do to maintain this 550,000-gallon tank? >> yes, so, definitely big job. we have divers in the water, four days a week, for about a hour, hour and a half at a time. while we are in the water making sure the exhibit looks nice for the sharks being and for the public, as well, and getting different perspective of the sharks. we can see under them. see how they're interacting, how they're behaving, make sure that they're always healthy and always good. >> for the brave out there, you can swim with the sharks at specific snipes. >> yes, every weekend we have two different sessions, saturday, sunday, where you can get in the water with sharks, that's where you are face-to-face with them. there is no glass. there is no netting. you can kind of, you noll, un water, completely silent looking at the sharks right up close. >> what's that like? for someone that has seen everything from a great white to these really docile creatures? >> it is definitely, i think,
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humbling. you know, this is huge gigantic creature been roaming for millions of years, i'm in the water it, i am looking at it, it is looking at me, and i am having no effect on it, vice versa, so sit back, relax, enjoy samantha, thank you so much. adventure aquarium does sharks the best. first see continued neat with the tens, because critic, now above the water, and literally just net. and a steel beam separating you. what wonderful time t opens today, starting at 10:30, of course the ad ventura car yum open 365 days a year, from 10:00 to 5:00 p.m. then extended hours during the summer. brooke and jim, back into you. >> thanks so much, jan. i'll hold on to the steel thing that she was talking about, going across those ropes. >> you'll be solo. >> now, we will be right back with three things you need to know before you go. stay with us.
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>> thee things happening today that you need to know. >> it is three to go. >> columbus boulevard; reopened after a crash leaves two people dead, and two other hurt, and sends a car flying into a building. >> plus, novanation celebrates their national championship, at city hall at 1:00 this afternoon. you can watch it live, on cbs-3 and >> pope francis is signalling more changes in the church, he just released set of guidelines making it possible for people who are divorce today receive holy communion. let's get a last check on weather and traffic.
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>> yes, and if you notice, perhaps, in that pocono mountain piece, little bit of light snow falling. but you've got bright sunshine down at cape may courthouse, so depends where you are, either bright sunshine, maybe little snow, or little bit of mixture with some clouds, but expect dry day, generally speaking for the entire region, meisha? >> thanks so much, katie. we have truck fire here, 95 south at broad street. make note of that. pulled all the way off to the right shoulderment make note it is there. volume levels are looking okay there, delaware county i want to show this, look at that sun glare, katie, speaking of the sun, 95 north, 452, absolutely gorgeous, pack those sun glass. >> thank you, meisha a next on cbs this morning, latest on campaign 2016. charter school that takes the curriculum outside. >> have a great day! >> ♪ >> ♪
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