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community, so they have designated this parkas a place that people can come together as they mourn his death. now earlier today we joined his collogues, who had their own gathering to express, their admiration. >> really the person was that he never gave up on any single student. >> reporter: heavy hearts inside robbinsville town hall tuesday just hours after losing head and many would say heart of the school district, superintendent steve mayer. >> he had so much joy, and passion, and belief in students that you could not contain it. >> reporter: police say around 6:00 a.m. mayer was jogging with his dog near his home and high school in robbinsville edinburg road this was his morning routine. a 17 year-old student, school officials say was coming in early for a field trip, hit mayer and his dog. both were killed. police are not identifying the student. >> accident remains under investigation. no summons have been issued at this time no criminal charges have been filed at this time. >> reporter: mayer work in
west windsor before becoming superintendent in robbinsville almost seven years ago. his wife is a teacher a at the elementary school and they have three kid. >> doctor may haver was a ball of energy, i mean he was, he was someone thaw always wanted to be around and he was the flame that ignited so many things, he was passionate about our kid, our schools. >> reporter: schools are closed and grief counselors are on hand for next two days as district's 3,000 students, their parents, and the staff, and all who came to admire mayer take time to mourn. >> steve puts his student's need first and will continue that as we work through this devastating loss. >> he did a lot the in this town and his wife was a teacher at the same school and everything. so, it is very, very hard right now. >> reporter: even though people are encouraged to come by the park at anytime there will be a prayer vigil tonight at 7:00 p.m., and the school's are closed but students can still stop by if they want to seek grief counseling. in robbinsville cleve bryan,
cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> quite a loss, thanks very much. well, this is a storied sports fans have been talking about all day. >> fans throwing bracelets on the ice last night during the third period of the flyers game. the leslie vannard dale with the difficult night all around in the bracelet tossing from the fans did not the help. >> in, not a good thing. last night was supposed to be about honoring memory of ed snider, instead it has put the city in the the national spotlight for all of the wrong reasons. the it happened in the third period of the game, frustrated fans started throwing those bracelet, used in the pregame ceremony down on the ice even as you saw hit something players. alexander ovechkin and wayne simmonds tried to tell everyone to stop but fans behavior resulted in a two minute penalty for the flyers. fans are come under fire for bad behavior. "eyewitness news" reporter, walt hunter has that part of the story, hi there, walt. >> let's go flyers. >> reporter: flyers fans, cheering their team at a t-shirt give away, also, voiced their disapproval of
monday night's sports debacle, as wrist bands distributed to memorialized the passing of owner ed snider, were tossed on to the ice. protesting the teams third straight playoff loss. >> i guess people get emotional ape sometimes they do stupid things, you know, i guess it makes, you know, our city look kind of bad. >> it was horrible. not classy. fans are more classy then that. >> reporter: many long time supporters struggled to understand not only the flyers failings on the ice, but the fans civility failures in the stands. >> it was disappointing. it was really difficulties a pointing and embarrassing. >> bad parties we will reference for the rest of time now that ed snider night the in the playoffs, right after his passing, the flyers fans acted out. >> reporter: wave of criticism also rolling out on to the air waves at sports radio wip. >> it is never okay to throw anything on the ice.
you can get boo, you cannot the go but you cannot throw things on the ice. it is dangerous. it is stupid. >> reporter: like many will long suffering supporters of the philadelphia sport teams, flyers fans say they understand the frustration, but the general consensus is nothing could justify what happened monday night. >> the fans want to see them win like myself but that doesn't, that doesn't justify what they did. >> reporter: whatever the scroll score monday night, most fans agreed, this incident, goes firmly into the loss column, for philadelphia's image, as a sports city. at 30th street station, walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> coming up in sports we will hear what the players had to say, after that incident last night. >> you can see them waving them off. >> trying to calm everyone down. >> disappointing for sure. >> it was bad good thanks, leslie. two big brush fires in north jersey caused trouble for commuters in and out of the new york city toy day.
fire fighters battled the flames in concern i and see caucus and amtrak northeast, service and new jersey transit where is disrupted between newark and manhattan. service has resumed with some congestion related delays. a red flag warning is in effect in our area which means conditions are favorable for brush and forest fires. "eyewitness news" in camden where warm weather had a lot of people out and about in short sleeves. not a lot of humidity until the air but there has been a strong breeze all day long. the meteorologist kate bilo is taking in the spring like weather, kate. >> jessica, it is beautiful right the now but you felt the change coming in around midday, today, between 11:00 o'clock and noon, a few more cloud started to roll role in. wind started to pick up around midday hours. that is as that back door cold front we have been talking about all week finally started to push through, and then it is a little cooler this evening with the breeze blowing and then conditions are favorable, for fires to spread. lets take a look at storm scan three and you can see is what
going on. not a whole lot of moisture but you can see that line of cloud south of the philadelphia area as we zoom out you can still see some showers, but over central part of the country, eventually those will get here but not until the end of the the week. we will talk more about that coming up. in the meantime here's your red flag warning until 8:00 tonight the for the entire area, with the low humidity, and these strong, gusty wind, any spark is going to really, really have potential to turn into a brush fire, grass is very dry, dry branches every where especially throughout our main hot spots, like the pine barons area in new jersey. we always say don't throw cigarette butts out window if you have burning activities, composting outside in your backyard to day not the day for that of course. temperatures right now comfortable. we're in the 07's in philadelphia. it will turn briefly cooler and then we will get some rain to talk b will it impact the weekend? that is the question. i'll have the answer when i join you back inside. >> see you then, thank you. one of the two suspects arrested in the shooting of a philadelphia police officer
has been a rain. twenty year-old samir coyett is behind bars on two million-dollar bail. he faced several charges including attempted murder and robbery. at alleged shooter scott griffin is also in custody await ago a rain. officer james mccollough was wounded in the leg sunday night when police say he tried to stop a carjacking. the officer mccollough is now recovering at home. family of the bicyclist killed in the hit and run crash is pleading for the driver to turn himself into police. jamal morris was hit at forty-fifth and market in west philadelphia on saturday. family members say that the 27 year-old engineer was a 2011 graduate of drexel university and was a new york city native, and after graduation he decided to stay in fill because he loved the city. >> i am pleading, who hit my son. i forgive you. you need to know i forgive you. please come forward and let the world know, that people,
let the police know. >> police say they have few leads in the investigation. anyone with any information is asked to come forward. two people were killed when a small plane crashed on kit island in maryland. this happened before 1:00 near bay bridge airport. authorities have yet to identify those victims and the cause remains under investigation. in campaign 2016, we are now a week away from the pennsylvania primary. first up though today is new york's turn. voters there are going to the polls to make their choice in the race for president. as cbs reporter we gentleman jiang tells you the front runners are hoping for victories in the empire state. >> donald trump started the day voting for himself on home turf in manhattan. >> i am really honored and putting in that vote today was really something terrific. >> reporter: polls show republican front runner has more than 50 percent of the vote but he had to win big in the new york primary and in
several other states, to secure the nomination. over rivals ted cruz and john kasich, before the convention. >> this is trump's world. donald will do fabulously. >> reporter: for the first time in decade, new yorkers playing a key role in the nominating process, winners in both parties will pick up delegates, and the chance to slow their rival's momentum. hillary clinton adopted new york as a home state when she served as senator for two terms. she's counting on a win here. >> this has been a joist during the last two weeks to be here all over the state. >> reporter: she was a clinton supporter until she got in the voting booth. >> i like hillary a lot but i think i want more change then what she could provide. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: bernie sanders hit city streets this morning and greeted new yorkers. >> up to 3 million people. >> reporter: sanders is referring to a state deadline
of last october to register for either party, in order to vote in the primary. weijia jiang for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". texas senator ted cruz will be in philadelphia tonight, at the national constitution center for a watch party as new york results roll in. hillary clinton will visit philadelphia tomorrow night. democratic national convention will be in philadelphia in july but before that there will be some special visitors. large ducks will be going up to welcome convention goers. kyw news radio john mcdevitt will have more on 5:30. taliban is claiming responsibility for a dead lay tack in have again stan's capitol city. suicide bomber blew up a truck full of explosives and afghan government security compound in cab he will today. at least 18 people were killed, more than 300 people were injured. afghan security forces, say that they shot and killed a second attacker after a two hour gun battle. the white house has condemned the taliban attack and is urging the insurgent group to choose the path way
of peace. job seekers are ready to take their careers to new heights. "eyewitness news" at temple university's liacouras center for 2016phl job fair. more than 30 businesses and government agencies with operations at philadelphia a international the airport, are looking for candidates to fill hundreds of immediate openings. positions ranged from cashier, servicer to cosmetologist and bookkeepers. welshing delaware has a state flower, state tree, and state fish and now it business to get the a state dog. we will tell you what it is when we come back. a risky stunt caught on camera, woman jumps in the tiger enclosure at a zoo and we will tell what you she dropped that risked her life to get back, plus this. we have all dealt with a tangled mess like this i'm trang do and i'll tell you how one college student's invention earned him a trip to the white house. can't stay up to watch good question at 11:00. we are rerunning your favorites on "eyewitness news" at 5:00. coming up where does the the fat go.
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delaware has an official state flower, now it could have an official state dog. the state house is set to vote on a bill naming the golden retriever as delaware's official state dog. lawmakers say they are great choices because of the intelligence and friendliness and good for hunting and ability to be trained for search and rescue work. now 12 states in the nation have designated its official, state dog, and maryland was first state to be named dog breed as a state symbol name chesapeake bay retriever, pennsylvania followed the year later naming great dane as it official dog. new jersey does not have one. not yet. >> not yet. >> young inventor from philadelphia land a trip to the white house science fair with his fix for a pesky
problem. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do has more on what it is and young man's unforgettable white house visit. >> a year ago i didn't even have this idea, and, six months ago i would never have thought i would have been in the white house. >> reporter: it has been a whirlwind year for this 19 year-old problem solver from southwest philadelphia. >> do you see, this is the whole problem. >> reporter: shamer, now a freshman at penn state abington developed a solution in the high school entrepreneur class. >> i was spending the whole time in class untangling my iphone. >> reporter: 3-d printed phone case that keeps your head phones neat and tangled free. >> they will would be wrapped up inside the case like this and that way, it will just get all the way around the case. >> reporter: he entered his product in the regional competition got the first place and ticket to nationals this month wrap it up earned him a spot of just 100 kid nationwide to present at the white house science fair. >> oh, i'm so proud of him.
i'm so excited to, i'm a proud mom. >> reporter: for patricia a campbell seeing her son meet president obama brought tears to her eyes. >> reporter: did you cry. >> a little. yeah, tears of joy. >> reporter: unforgettable moment for shamer. >> i told everyone i was than the going to wash my hand for a while, because the handshake was just so memorable. >> reporter: shamer is working with the 3-d printing company to develop a prototype, and hopes to license it to sell. on the campus of been state abington i'm trang do for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good job young man. nasa released a stunning video of the northern lights taken from the international space station. the beautiful sight occurs we're told when electrically charged particles in the earth's magnetic field collide with neutral adams in the upper atmosphere. the northern lights are known as aurora borealis and they are seen the in the northern latitudes.
now southern lights or a roar a, are visible from southern latitudes, so it all depend on where you are. >> i have always wanted to see the northern lights. it is on my bucket list. >> i hear you, beautiful, isn't it. >> yes. >> in the meantime we're getting beautiful weather here. >> yes. >> pretty nice. >> may not be green glowing but it is beautiful. today was a transition day. we felt wind pick up this afternoon and that led to that red flag warning we have been talking about when you get dry conditions like this you will get strong gusty wind, do you lead to the spread, risk atll least for spread of the wild fire as we talked about earlier in north jersey, a couple of those burning at the moment. it is a a beautiful will day just feeling cooler this afternoon, tomorrow will be slightly more seasonal back to the 60's but still really, really nice. good stretch continues. take a look outside, we will take you out to bethlehem where we have had a few clouds in the sky with a few high clouds this afternoon as that cooler air has started to push on in. tonight will be colder then last night. last night stayed in the 50's in many spots, tonight we are
back down to the 40's we will need jacket as we head out the door tomorrow morning. put the kid in the sweat shirt or hoodies and send them off to the bus stop. if you can get them to wear it. my son want to wear shorts, t-shirts. they feel like summer is here and they can dress like that every day. quick look in live neighborhood network site in broad headville, another beautiful afternoon, just a few cloud, no problems up that way either. temperatures in the 60's and lower 70's at the moment. here's storm can three, you can see that cloud deck right here off to the south. that moved through our area, midday, cloud did increase for a bit, now pushing south into portions of the south jersey and delaware and skies are clearing in philadelphia and northwestern suburbs but cooler air starting to move from the the north and west. our next chance for rain, comes with this system right here starting to push further to the east, still producing wet weather down around houston area, last thing they need. they had deadly flooding over past couple days. more showers and thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. for us, rain gets in on friday, doesn't look like a
total wash out. i will show you what it looks like coming up. temperatures right now feeling great. 71 degrees in philadelphia. zero seven in wilmington. sixty-nine in reading. comfortable 58 in mount pocono but you can see cooler air pushing from the north. it is 63 in albany. eighty-three in richmond. so back door cold front is right about here, that cooler air sinking from the north and east. current wind are from the north and they are strong. the these are sustained at 20 miles an hour at the airport, 14 miles an hour in reading and 22 miles an hour with the front pushing through dover as we speak. so fire wrist this being evening, low humidity, gusts to 30 miles an hour, all of the brush is very dry and very dry stretch, but once again we are dealing with that through this evening, red flag warning, it has been a dry spring just in general since march 1st we have had 3.37 inches of rain. that is 2.63 inches below average. for meteorological spring thus far. pollen report with the wind and pollen conditions, it stays high next few days. friday may get relief as we
start to feel a little bit of wet weather moving in. but as we entered our wednesday things looking dry and clear for one more day. tonight's cooler, 48 degrees is your overnight the low. for your wednesday mostly sunny, pleasant at 68. you're witness weather three day forecast, wednesday looks great, thursday back to the 70's and friday is the day that we need to grab that umbrella, channel it, and possibly a thunderstorm in the next half an hour, we will time those out a little bit more specifically and then, of course, we will tell you what the weekend looks like. we can never stop thinking about the weekend too soon. >> monday night the. >> waiting until tuesday. >> there you go. >> thanks, kate. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" a little girl with brain cancer gets the an unlikely treatment and now they are all gone, health reporter stephanie stahl tells us what doctors did that might help others like her. >> leslie. we have the flyers on the brink ofe limb nation and after a very bad game, with the they get a penalty what did the players to have say about it, up
leslie is joining us again and we're still talking flares right now. >> that game was bad. >> bad, bad. >> so many different levels. flyers are on the brink ofe limb nation down three to nothing not capitals but that is not the big story but about fans throwing bracelets on the ice last night. it happened in the third period. flyers public address announcer lou noland telling the fans to stop. they got the a two minute penalty for continuing to litter the ice. today the players responded. >> it is too bad it happened. we love playing in front of our fans. they are pretty crazy. you know, it is too bad we could not get the result we wanted for, for the fans, and for mr. snider. >> obviously, it is a tough thing to see. it was a tough game to watch. i agree on that. especially on that kind of night with ed snider and everything like that. but like i said, i don't want
to say anything to offend some people. there was, 25,000 people, and only 200 bracelets. pretty good ratio. >> eagles back on the practice field in philadelphia thinks bird first mini camp of the season before the rookie draft. there has been talk about drafting a quarterback, tonight at 6:00 we will hear from quarterback sam bradford and what he has to say about that. >> um, i think he might have a an opinion about that. >> he might. >> draft is not long from now. >> no. >> thanks, leslie. coming up next, why the co founders of the ben and jersey's ice cream were arrested. i mean, we have a two week old, the water keeps rising, and it was unsafe for him. >> families struggling to escape deadly flood waters in texas and danger is not over. the length resident are going through to saved their loved ones. a woman hops a fence at a zoo right in the tiger
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more wet weather is on the way for flood weary houston, heavy rain led to deadly flooding. rescuers remain submerged tonight. at least five people have died in the flooding so far, which was brought on by a foot and a half of rain. "eyewitness news" continues at 5:30. i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. omar villafranca is in houston with how many escaped the rushing waters. >> reporter: first responders rescued more stranded
residents in houston, following monday's historic rainfall. some carried pets, as they made to it dry land. >> we have a two week old. water keeps rising. it was unsafe for him. it is terrifying. especially if you cannot swim. >> reporter: on monday rescue crews work around the clock in both and jet skis saving children and seniors. people escaped to safety, anyway that they could on air mattresses, in empty container bins, even inside refrigerators. >> do you see anything like this before. >> that time it got like this, it was what the their came up to right here. this is as far as it came in. >> reporter: this is the largest flood event to hit the houston area since tropical storm allison in 2001, where 23 were killed in texas alone. engineers drowned as flood waters over took her while inside her car. her husband raji says his hearties broken. >> heart problem, all that
stuff, i understand. but this, drowning, in the middle of a city, and there is nothing that could be done. terrible loss. >> reporter: more rain is in the the forecast. texas and nearby states face possible flash flooding through thursday, omarvilleafranca for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". red cross has 11 shelters in the houston area has been helping 400 people forced from their hems, because of the flooding. a cell phone call leads to a man's rescue from a flattened hotel in ecuador days after a deadly earthquake. dramatic new video of that rescue, man somehow managed to call his wife on her cell phone. fire fighters rushed to free the man, he was the only one pulled out alive. more than 400 people were killed inside saturday's powerful 7.8 quake, one american ace monk the dead. caught on camera a woman in toronto risked her life to get her hat back. the toronto zoo is investigating a have this video surfaced of a woman
inside the tiger enclosure, she jumped the fence to get her hat. she was inside a second fence but still too close for comfort. video even shows the man yelling at the woman who was at the zoo with a small child. >> to get her hat back. >> co founders of the ice cream company ben and jerry were arrested in washington d.c. protests. ben and jer write taking part in demonstrations with the group democracy awakening, about the role of money in politics. they were arrested with 300 others, processed at the scene and released. police say they have arrested more than 1200 people since the protest began last week. >> pearl jam is the latest band to take a stand begins a controversial new law in north carolina, rockers decided to cancel their concert in raleigh-durham tomorrow night. they are protesting a law that prevents sit fridays creating non-discrimination policies to protect lb gt community. several other musicians bruce
springsteen and ringo star canceled concerts in north carolina because of the the law. organizers unveil a creative new approach to build enthusiasm for the democratic national convention which is, of course, in philadelphia in july. >> reporter john mcdevitt of our sister station kyw news radio tells you they hope you get a kick out of it. >> reporter: making sound of the duck, the democrats former pennsylvania governor and philadelphia 2016 host committee chair for the dnc, ed rendell has been playing on the colonial era explanation, that sets the mood for the announcement, 57 fiberglass donkeys will be on display at various locations around town. >> why 57 you ask? because there are 57 delegations to the democratic convention. fifty states, the district of columbia, five territories, and americans abroad. >> reporter: each donkey will be paint by 30 local artists, chair will determine what goes on and pennsylvania's image
includes the state flower, mountain laurel and the liberty bell. >> it is not exactly clear how the donkey became the symbol for the democrats but one story goes back in the 1800 a's, during the andrew jackson presidential campaign, opponent called him a jack ass because his populous views. he embraced it and use the animal in his campaign. once completed all 57 congress is will be on display. the art pieces that are not taken back by delegation will be auctioned off, proceed will go to the artist who painted them. john mcdevitt, kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> it won't be long now. local lawmakers are inspiring young woman to consider a career in politics. >> sixty female students from leap academy university charter school participated in the running and winning workshop. "eyewitness news" in camden. students learned how to develop and run a political campaign. they pick an issue, wrote a stump speech to report it and, designed a campaign poster. >> there is not a lot of women
mayors and senators but i want them to understand that they can be that. they have what it takes to go out. so women, they can do it. >> the students also talked about the fact that women make up 52 percent of the u.s. population but hold less than 20 percent of congressional seats. and still to come tonight on "eyewitness news", when you hit the gym to lose unwanted pound where does the fat go? it is one of our top ten good questions from our popular segment, on your 11:00 p.m. news. if you missed it, no worries, nicole has a surprising answer when we come back. she's not your average surfer, she's only four, how did she get this good at such a young age, we will talk bit, kate. sunny, beautiful for now but ill a's show you which day you'll need to grab the umbrella before you leave the house coming up in the seven day
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on the cbs-3 healthwatch, an experimental drug that is now being tested on children, with brain cancer. imagine, being the first family to try it, decide to go let your child being a begin i pig. health reporter stephanie stahl, introduces us to that little girl. >> reporter: allison slide is beating brain cancer after being the first child to test a drug that is used to treat adults with melanoma. >> obviously the question was if the drug works in skin cancer will it work in brain tumors. >> reporter: just before allison's fifth the birthday she was diagnosed with seven metastatic brain tumors. following surgery doctors determine her cancer had a mutation also found in some skin cancer patients for whom there is a high liz successful drug. but no child, let alone one with brain cancer had ever taken it. >> it was pretty scary, actually. we want nothing but the best for our kids. we want new, we want cutting edge. but it is also very tough
decision to be the first. >> reporter: drug is a drug that eight weeks after allison started taking it the her scans were clear, every tumor were gone. >> we're like what, what do you mean they're gone. >> i felt like shouting off rooftops, call everybody i know. >> reporter: allison's monthly checkups are worthy of celebration and not just for her family. >> we have been learning so much from her just by the way that she's responded, you are the one teaching me, isn't that what we heard. >> reporter: allison is a happy, healthy second grader who is making big plans for the future. >> i am going to get a dog. >> reporter: drug that is working for allison so far is only approved for treatment of the medical nome, still experimental for or types of the metastatic cancer. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". wow. >> how about that. >> right now in center city, it is what 72 degrees. >> yes, how nice. >> doesn't that feel good. >> that feels so good. >> it has been lake this for a while. this is great part. we are used to this weather. that is scary because if it
flips back to what we had. >> yes. >> it will be sad. >> but not looking to flip back anytime soon. things looking good, through the duration of the week but friday is the day we do have some wet weather to talk b good news about friday is it is still warm. we're talking mid 70's, not a total wash out. even though we need rain gear not a whole lot of bad weather here. lets look outside right now, we have a beautiful evening. it is breezy outside but clouds we saw a bit earlier has started to push to the south. a few high clouds outside this evening. the wind gusting to about 25 miles an hour here and there, but wind are strongest now across portions of delaware where the actual boundary is moving through at the moment. you will see cooling tonight as well, in the wake of that back door cool front that brought cooler air in from portions of new england. but in the meantime we are enjoying a nice evening in center city. great news from eyewitness weather watchers today. we are looking at 70's across the map, and it is 70 as we
check with david dutch in clementon, new jersey. just a few patchy cloud. david says another perfect spring day. let's head further north and west where it is 68 at eileen murray's house in gilbertsville. eileen says use caution if you are grilling, or using your fire pit, wind, low humidity, equals danger. very, very well put eileen. any kind of fire activity, grilling burgers on the grill. it is a beautiful day. sitting outside using fire pit this evening it the only takes one tiny spark and fires could spread very easily in this sort of environment when we have strong wind, low humidity and it has been dry for days, and days. alex is in mays landing. sunshine there. 39-degree difference between 6:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. loving spring. this is like california valley type weather where we start the day with temperatures in the 40's and lower 50's. warming up in the 70's and 80's in the the afternoon feeling fantastic. how long can it last? lets look at storm scan three, showing in the a a whole lot
going on in our region. back door cold front we had moved through this morning and slipped off to the the south and now skies are clearing all across the region but as we zoom back out this front moving through portions of the upper midwest, eventually will make it our way. this has been a blocking pattern in the atmosphere. nothing has been moving but eventually we will see, this weather we are seeing across central part of the country make more progress to the east. that will bring us a few showers. in the meantime temperatures are cooling down, we are 10 degrees colder right the now then we were at this time yesterday. is 11 degrees cold inner reading. temperature dropped 15 degrees in the past 24 hours in allentown. the that is influence of the north wind bring in that cooler air down in the region. we started week at 82 degrees. today before that front came through we got to 78 briefly. tomorrow we are back in the 60's but still above average of 65 and then later in the week, thursday and friday we're right back to the 70's, and doesn't last for the weekend. that is the question. it looks like it may. we will head into wednesday
with sunshine, breezy conditions, beautiful day, thursday partly sunny, included will roll in the afternoon and then showers and possibly a thunderstorm on friday. then it clears out as we head in the weekend. tomorrow is a perfect spring day once again, nothing but sunshine across the region, thursday, by that 2:00 p.m. a few cloud, maybe shower shower off to the north. but by afternoon better chance for more wye spread showers and possibly a thunderstorm. great weather to see phillies this week, taking on the met at 7:05. sixty-six. patchy cloud. it will be breezy but still very comfortable. overnight mainly clear, cooler, we are at 48 for your overnight low. tomorrow mostly sunny, pleasant, wind out of the north light 10 miles an hour. 68 degrees. cool breeze. you're witness weather seven day forecast there are showers on friday, passover begins at sundown on friday. good news is we will clear it out and weekend, looks pretty darn nice, again. saturday, sunny 70. sunday near 70. next week we will watch
position of the frontal boundary that will stall across the region to determine how warm it will get depending on the placement of the front. we went up in temperatures in the lower 07's. we will keep you posted on. that take away beautiful especially for the weekend back to you at the desk. >> thanks, kate. just about everyone is doing it, everyone under 32. we are talking about changing jobs. in today's three on your side consumer report jim donovan takes a look at a new study that find millennials are job hopping at a surprising pace. >> new normal for millennials changing jobs four times in the first two cade out of college. that bouncing around is double what the previous generation did. according to a study by linkedin the so-called generation xers who graduated from 1986 to 1990 averaged about two job changes in the first decade out of college. today, college grads don't just change jobs often but they switch industries. biggest hoppers, those with gigs in entertainment,
government, none in profit and yes, the media. millennials stay in their position longest typically work in industries where they make things, say cars, manufacturing, and oil. the trend does ant peer to be stopping anytime soon. younger millennials those who graduated from 2006 through 2010 are on track to surpass four job changes by the time they celebrate their 32nd birthday. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. a lot of movement. >> indeed. >> world famous rock kits are back on stage at radio city music hall. >> they are starring in the new show a a few were on "eyewitness news" this morning showing off the famous kicks there. jericka grew up here, and, ladies showed our morning team how they are done. insuring spectacular, hosted it. >> see, if i was still doing mornings, i would have pulled a muscle. >> no, no. >> i have faith in you. >> britain's prince william and harry enjoy a battle with
light sabres and hugs during a visit to the star wars set. >> royal gave them a guided tour, by daisy who first appeared as rig in the force awakens. both of the brothers very excited as they toured the creatures workshop where they were shown characters from last years film and george lucas the musical. >> look at those. >> very cool. >> i don't care how old you are, it is like man, yeah. >> no doubt about it. >> no doubt bit. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" when you hit gym you want to lose unwanted pound where does the fat go? it is a top ten good questions, nicole brewer has answer when we come right back.
why and, and, we have, now, snug around the waste ways, but when you lose weight where does the fat go. it is a good question and nicole brewer has the answer and it might surprise you. >> you will like a pretty fit guy what do you do to lose weight. >> i watch my diet. >> spring training. >> yes, for at least a hour and a half. >> work out pretty regularly this guy keeps me on track. >> we know what it takes to trim down but when you lose extra pound where does it go. >> i'm happy fittings anywhere. >> as long as it doesn't go any where i do not want it. >> where does the fat go. >> so, it doesn't really go. the it actual had shrinks. but it doesn't go away. >> this doctor from the center for weight loss and eating disorders at penn medicine. >> when you eat more, then you need, that balloons, and then
when you lose weight, that will shrink but it is still there. >> reporter: fat cells are triglycerides that pack on the bound and get broken down creating energy or fuel for your body. >> biproduct of that process is. >> carbon dioxide and water. >> wow. >> that is awesome. >> i'm sweating right now, and breathing heavy after that work out. >> you breathe out the fat. it is sweated out. >> i don't think most people will believe you. >> reporter: you have nothing to lose. >> is it working. >> no. >> breathe it out. >> breathe it out. >> how about coming back. >> well, you know, you eat too much, i guess. >> yes. >> just one too many netflix sessions. do you have travel plans tonight's good question is, for you. what are the busiest times at the airport? there are growing concerns about the lines in airports at
summer travel season gets closer. checkpoint lines get twice as long as some airports around the country so are certain times busier than normal. nicole will have the answer tonight at 11:00. don't forget if you have a good question log on to cbs philly.com/good question or tweet us use #cbs-3 good question. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00 tragedy in mercer county, school superintendent, killed by a car during a run, tonight we're hearing from a heart broken community about the man that they lost. and, friend behaving badly disgraceful display from fans in south philadelphia. but what would cause people to toss debris on the ice, at a flyers game. we will hear from a sports psychologist about what was going through their head, and if the team response to the behavior. kate? it is another nice day in philadelphia but gusty breeze this evening, prompting fire danger warnings and we will cool down a little before we warm backup, i'll tell you
testing. it is a big loss. he was a great guy. >> parents say robbinsville superintendent, steve mayer was exactly the kind of person that they wanted during their children's education. someone who always, put kid needs first. >> he was great with the kids, and they, they flagged it. >> and,. >> officials say, robbinsville, said his morning routine included jogging with his dog, and high school. and it turned out to be the final run together, officials say around 6:15, a 17 year-old student driving to school early for a field trip, hitting there and his dog, killing both. >> that makes it even worse. >> reporter: accident remains under investigation, police are investigating a inn not releasing the student's name and have not charged her with any wrongdoing. >> there two are families involved in this tragedy. doctor m