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donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. thank four joining us. katie and meisha are here keeping an eye on things, as well. >> happy monday. one minor accident out there on the schuylkill. >> fantastic, weather not looking too bad either, more sunshine for you out there. manny feel my allergies starting to get to me. this last half hour, i was sneezing like would you not believe. during a commercial break on the skydeck, so luckily nobody had to deal with that, but yes. those are going to get to you. so for now, looking at storm scan, totally quiet. you have nothing more than some high cloud cover out there. generally gorgeous sun rides underway. but, you know, one when my sniffles came into play here, toyed check out the eyewitness weather health report for you here. pollen levels, hey, still pretty high. uv index, awfully hi, as womenment make sure you are using sun block if you plan to enjoy the beautiful day outside. air quality also now up at moderate level. we don't have too much after heat index issue to worry about this time of year. regardless it will feel warm to you. take a look, off to bit of cool start. you probably want to dress in layers today. chilly morning, leads to very
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warm afternoon. later today, more dose of late may than anything. seventy-seven, is where we expect to top off here today. so very warm day. but nothing but sunshine. so there won't be anything at least initially, to wash away this pollen and help you allergy sufferers like me out there today. that said, eventually rain does more in, i'll tell when you coming up. >> sounds good, katie. so we really enjoy the sunshine today, i know ill. i would bet that you are going, to as well. here is a look at the schuylkill eastbound start starting to heat up. where we have the minor accident, schuylkill westbound, at vare avenue, pulled all way out to the right shoulder you can see, the cop is there, this is not causing top gaper delay right now, but whenever we have a police officer pulled off, with the flashing light, we usually see brake lights, volume level will not support that but certainly will, if it doesn't get moved out the way. make note it is there. good news, not so dark out there so we can see them right now. sometimes you come around the
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curve and it is dark outside. authorities see the vehicles. where we get more problems. forty-two northbound, creek road, basically you what look at i would say 42 freeway looking actually really really nice we move into the 6:00 right now. line painting project going on again today this whole week. 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the schuylkill is going to be all week long, 202 is going to be today, and tomorrow. jim back to you. >> political spotlight in orm region, stomp for votes ahead of tomorrow's primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. >> meantime we have major development for you. has john kasich and ted cruz joined voices? may be. live at west chester university, so hosting a rally for donald trump today. >> good morning, that's right, donald trump is making stop here at west chester university, right around 4:00 this afternoon. number of student will of
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course greet him when he arrives, one student organization is expected to protest his visit. in the meantime, as you mentioned, trump's gop rivals have now decided to take a different tactic, they've now found common grounds and are going at trump together. >> republican ted cruz, the only on both sides of the ticket who won't be symptomming in pennsylvania today. i am stead looking past tuesday primary focusing attention on indianna. >> on the job it is supposed to do, has narrowed the feel, a we stand here today, there are two people and only two people that have any plausible path whatsoever to winning the republican nomination. >> me and donald trump. as i said, plausible. >> but sunday night, sharp change of course for the texas senator, once opposed for coordinating anti-trump efforts both he and ohio governor john kasich have now decided to team up against the gop frontrunner, the kasich
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campaign says it will give cruz a clear path in indianna while the crews campaign will clear the path for kasich in oregon and new mexico. meanwhile this morning kasich will bring his message to the penrose diner in philadelphia. >> vote for cruz or trump frankly vote for ill hillary clinton. at the end of it all when we're at the convention, delegates will want to know who can beat hillary. >> far less democratic side, hillary clinton spent sunday campaigning in philadelphia. >> your governor has been fight to go get the resources that the schools in philadelphia dear you have to have. and it is an outrage the state legislature is standing in the way. >> today clinic already will first make a stop in delaware before returning to philly this evening, speaking in the city hall courtyard, opponent bernie sanders has an event at drexel university tonight, as well. >> to start paying their fair share of taxes. >> back on the republican
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side, trump responding to news of a cruz-kasich tag team. he wrote this on twitter saying, quote, wow, just announce that lying ted and kasich will call eude in order to keep me from getting the republic nomination, desperation. in recent weeks, trump has called the republican nominating system rigged, likely to step up that rhetoric today, with his visit at west chester university. reporting live, jan carabeo, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", back to you. >> if you need more information about the primaries go, to cbsphilly.com. what you need to know on the battle, pennsylvania attorney general. >> autopsy will be performed today, on the parishoner fatally shot inside montgomery county church. investigators tell us fight broke out yesterday morning, between two church members at the keystone fellowship church in north wales. twenty-seven year old robert braxton was shot once in the chest, and he died at the hospital. here is a eyewitness.
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>> we were worshiping, and you hear three different gunshots right after everybody casino of went on floor and was hiding. >> whether the shooting was justified under the law. we are still interviewing witnesses. >> the montgomery county district attorney says the shooter has not been arrested and is cooperating with police. >> meanwhile, police say two deadly shootings in philadelphia could be linked, the first man killed had just talked to state representative candidate. happened 1400 block of vernon road in cedarbrook section of philadelphia, not far from cheltenham avenue. police say the victim was talking talk with state rep candidate chris rob then to a staff ever, gunman shot him twice in the head, and got away. police say the shooting may be gang related, and connected to another shooting on temple road short distance away. police say they know who they are looking for in a cobbs creek second youth assault, and the suspect new his victim from work.
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car 49th and lancaster, tide her up with duct tape, physically and sexually assaulted her. police say he hell her captive for 11 years, the manhunt on for that suspect, so far, police have not yet released his name. >> newspaper headlines from across our region. >> burlington county time, riverside man with murder following his shooting, taken into custody, charged with murder of 35 year old nakita cross of galloway. >> intelligence reports on the air force seeking suburban recruits. started beaching up its recruitment staff this fall, recapping offices in bristol township, hat booth borough, northeast philadelphia. >> the front page story of the delaware county times kin err garth end teachers, being recognized as top teachers, paterson and other top teachers will be recognized when excellence in teaching
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awards at banquet this thursday. still ahead in this morning's health watch, why the fda is urging researchers it focus on benefits of e cigarettes. >> plus resale websites and stores are popular, especially for families who want to save money for children. but, be aware, how some items for sale can be dangerous. >> and, historic flight around the world. could change the future of aviation next. >> ♪ >> i feel like i hear this song a lot. i like it. pretty outside. we'll be right back. we'll be right back. >> ♪ # eighty six million americans have prediabetes a serious condition that increases the risk for type 2 diabetes. you could be one of them. small lifestyle changes can help you avoid
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>> solar powered airplane goes around the world. >> the goal of the flight to reduce renewable energy. experimental aircraft runs entirely without the use of conventional gel future, wings stretch wider than boeing 747, covered with threat go 17,000 solar cells, plane travels up to 06 miles per hour during the day, holds enough charge to continue to fly at night. the plane will cross the atlantic before finally completing it voyage. >> oh. >> 60 miles an hour.
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>> no fuel, and go through the whole night. that's amazing. i hear you, jim. >> i'll wait until they maestro deuce the thing. >> oh, my goodness. >> what are we going to do with him? >> i don't know, i suppose move off from here. let's take a look at the live neighborhood network. isn't this gorgeous sun right outside kutztown area middle school, beautiful colors, some pink, some orange, some yellow. 43 degrees, little cool out there right now, we will warm up very readily here today. and then eventually next storm system moves n see the warmfront moving n cold front being draped in it wake. that's going to eventually cross through over area tomorrow, in addition to there is also got another system, looks awfully energy right now, back through the four corners, wyoming, out to idaho. that's going to emerge into the plane states by tomorrow, lead to potential for nasty storms, as well. across the central planes. but that first system gets here tomorrow dodges sit in marginal risk for severe weather reminder marginal means the lowest of the low potential for strong storms, but i won't be shock if we see
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cells that develop with heavy downpours, gusty winds, possibly some small hail majority of the region is included in the severe weather risk tomorrow, not today. today you have got gorgeous weather, bright, sunny, very warm and then tonight start to see the clouds begin to build overnight possibly a shower or heavy thunderstorm that rumbles through overnight. tomorrow flirting with 80 degrees ahead of the passage of the front with showers and storms on the way. locks to me like might see lane morning showers, spars in coverage, then more widespread match of some, again, scattered showers and storms for the second half of the day. afternoon, evening, hitting polls might not be the worse idea, all out of here by wednesday. >> fast forward. >> see you later. >> already. >> i'm with you. >> only monday. >> we need to slow it down and enjoy the moment. i'm right there with you. right through saturday. good morning, happy monday. so the roadways looking really
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good, nice and dry, kind of moved out of the way right away. do have two minor accident out there. looking at one of them, the schuylkill westbound, pulled off to the right shoulder, vare avenue, you can see police offers their with his lights on, what that means for you, a lot of times, we get the gaper delay, a lot of people driving past, looking at the flashing lights, and tap on the brake to casino of peak what's going on. don't do. that will just don't even look, keep on right on driving thing are actually looking pretty darn good, i got to say. vine at 59 birds eye view, but the full shot here looking goody don't know if i day zaire looking quiet but looks quiet specially for a monday. another accident we have pulled off blocking left lane. this is the schuylkill westbound, at south street, you can see, we do have pedestrians and drivers out on foot walking around you can see the cars, traveling at very high speed rate. so for those every you just listening to there is headed out here make note it is out there. that's going to cause some
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slow downs, not to mention drive carefully, maybe drive little slower, brooke, over to you. >> thanks, meisha a this morning president obama sending additional us force toss syria, to help fight isis. as brooke report, comes at the end of the week with overnight meetings, britain, germany. >> rescue workers rush on the serial city, as the civil war there continues, the us will step up its fight against a third side of the syria conflict, the islamic state. president obama announced two ooh american military personnel will join the ooh already on the ground, in syria, many will be special operations forges cents working closely with local fighters. >> they're not going to be leading the fight on the ground. they will be essential in providing the training and assisting local forces they town drive isil back.
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>> the move comes just a week after the us upped its efforts against isis on the iraq side of the border. >> we are going to place additional advisors with the iraqi security forces. >> 200 new american forces will bring the total thereto more than 4,000, and they'll fight closer to the front lines, and be aided by increased fire power. brooke silva brag a, for cbs news, new york. >> well, philadelphia's remembering the talent after home-grown grammy winner billy paul. >> paul passed away over the weaken, you know the north philly native hit the charts in the 70s with his hit song me and mrs. jones. >> found success with the philadelphia international airport sound of kenny gamble, leon hoff. paul's manager says he worked hard for his success. >> very challenging background, the fact that he succeeded in music with honor, with dignity, with tal edge,
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is a credit to him. he is beloved by the world. >> paul also served in the army. funeral arrangements have not been finalized but billy paul was 81 years old. >> well, still ahead this morning, new threat from the zika virus that could impact each and everyone of us. >> plus widely known e-cigarettes may harm your lungs or cause cancer. but do the benefit outweigh risk? we'll show you what the fda is saying now coming up in the health watch. stay with
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dates, as well, because they often expire after about six years. now, you can check to see if item is recalled by going to the consumer product safety commission website. >> coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", 09 year old former pennsylvania senator just dropped a bombshell, about his love life. >> plus, doctors are once again warning families about the dangers of those popular detergent pods. but changes are being made, to make them safer. justin? >> after deadly fight last week, a delaware high school, the community is coming together and saying enough is enough. i'm justin finch what they are doing today, to take a stand against youth violence. >> thanks, justin, we have two accidents out there, water main break and changes to mass transit. i'll have all of the updates coming up. first a quick break, so stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will
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j a work week warm up might take some of the sting out of our monday. >> we have a gorgeous day on tap. katie is tracking some weather err, will let us know when the rain returns to the forecast. good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. it is 6:30, time to get you caught up. here is what you need to know. today in your morning minute. >> the gop rivals of trump have found common ground have, decided to team up against the frontrunner. >> trump is responding to news of the cruz kasich teamwork. wow just announce that lying ted and kasich will column eude in order to keep me from getting the republican nomination, desperation. you will vote for me. ill stand up for you. >> hillary clinton plans two rallies, one in wilmington this morning, the other tonight at philadelphia city hall. bernie sanders returns to philadelphia for separate town hall at the constitution
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center. >> everybody went on the floor and was hiding. >> autopsy scheduled today man fatally shot inside montgomery county church. twenty-seven year old robert braxton shot once in the chest. >> once again for the flyers, always next year. >> it was the best team in the league, right? >> that's all right it, happens. katie? >> yes, well, you know, you got to take the good with the bad i suppose, right? yes, so we're still, still next year, guys, absolutely, but for now i can report that there is a lot of good on my end here, with the weather pattern, at least for now, we have bright sunshine, now popping over the horizon, and just beautiful day unfolding here. it is a little chilly out here on the skydeck, and everywhere else, see that in the temperatures in a second. storm scan, empty, devoid of
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any storms, high vale of clouds, that's really it. look at the temperature change, still chilly out here. 10 degrees warmer by comparison this same time, allentown, mount pocono, cooler, only oddball, only cooler there is slew of observations goes to millville where you are 3 degrees chillier, than this same time yesterday. that said, that's what it rulely reflect on the thermometer, ooh degrees at the airport. >> open par with each other, that will be the story here for the rest of the day, regional forecast depending on location, upper 70s, in philadelphia not bad, full sunshine, bank on great excuse to be outside. we are going to see clouds start to rebuild up in the mountains later today. that is sign of things to come. it will be bringing us our next round of showers, storms, which we track for you later in the show. quick countdown, dwindle away the days to summer.
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memorial day, 35 days away, and summer officially is going to begin according to the astronomical calendar in 56 short days. can't come soon enough for meisha. >> you nailed that, katie, certainly. thank you so much. getting just little taste of summer today, so enjoy. we know the rain coming in tomorrow. all right, well, what you are looking at right now, do have accident here 422 eastbound the ram top route 23, pulled off to the right. getting some flashing lights, certainly gaper delay, hitting brakes ever so slightly travel past, moving slow, also not only gaper delay but volume levels, now around 6:30 we can expect that base pi anywhere we look. where we have another accident, pulled all the way off to the right. the schuylkill westbound at vare avenue. rye shoulder compromised, gaper delay, even past this accident, you can see, driving slow, letting you know that the volume levels are out there now to support anything, gaper delay, and also some slow downs, in longer traveling at posted speeds
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there. boulevard this is what you are looking at here moving in the southbound direction, towards the schuylkill, what you are looking at, heading in the westbound direction at sit avenue. what you are looking at. schuylkill certainly heating up. predominantly in the eastbound side, westbound side also heating up as well. then we have another accident in camden, 676 north before morgan boulevard. two right lanes block here, will slow you down just little bit. also reminder on the delaware memorial bridge, left lane closed, three are open, and traveling at about 50 miles per hour. jim, over to you. >> thank you, meisha a well, call for action in wilmington, delaware. >> city officials meet to go discuss school vie len after teenage girl is beaten to death inside her high school. justin finch live as the community demand answers, justin? >> that's right. there are many heavy hearts in wilmington after the death of amy joiner, violent vet yo. moment before the high schoolers death has surfaced on line, and highlight what
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many call trouble trend of youth violence. cbs news confirms, that that is joiner on the right. she was a 16 year old sophomore at the howard high school of technology. at least two other girls attack her in a school bathroom last thursday morning, say wilmington police. soon after, joiner died in the hospital no weapons found, no records yet. three girls have been questioned and suspend from the school, the company of justin confirms it is now on the case, from reviewing physical and social media evidence to speaking with witnesses, meantime, the howard high campus still grieves as school resumes today. one student fears peer pressure and social media are contributing to use violence. social media plaza big part, cool to record a fight. cool to be on social media because after fight. i think that's where a lot of us mess up. >> now, no word yet on cause of death. funeral arrangements pending, town hall set for 6:00 p.m. tonight at stubs elementary.
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grief counselors will be back at howard today. jim, brooke, back over to you. >> thanks a lot, justin. pom call shocker, ted cruz, john kasich are teaming up in a attempt to block donald trump's bid for the gop nomination. each agreed focus on certain states to deny trump the necessary delegates and throw open the july convention. it is happening as the road to the white house runs through pennsylvania and delaware today a 4:00 drum almost hold a rally at west chester university. this morning case lick stop by the penrose diner in south philadelphia, all three continue to insist they are the best for the job. >> bring jobs back, get rid of obama care. come up with great health. >> we're going to save our second amendment, whisk chipped away at. >> the message of growth of opportunity of bringing people together, this is what needs to be heard. not this negative message of gloom and doom. >> what we are seeing
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happening across the country. >> seek them come together behind the campaign. >> campaigned, today focusing on indianna and nebraska, both states hold primaries next month. >> democratic frontrunner hillary clinton is working on both state. she has one rally in wilmington, another at philadelphia city hall tonight. yesterday, and talked about reforming the criminal justice system and changing gun laws. >> we have to end the culture of gun violence we will work to change the laws, work to provide more mental health, but we must work with our young people, so they understand the gun not the answer to anything. >> after the city hall rally clinton has town hall meeting at the national constitution
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center. separate town hall at the national constitution center before that scheduled 6:00 p.m. rally at drexel university. now, yesterday, sanders campaigned in rhode island, one of five states with the primary tomorrow. at a stop in providence, told the crowd he has no plans to get out of the race. i would hope rhode island adds its name to the previous other 16 states and saying we are going to go forward with a political revolution. >> sanders also holding a rally this morning, in pit burying. >> now, on top of all of those political visit, vice president joe biden and his wife will also visit philadelphia today, but they are not campaigning for any candidates, instead, they are speaking about making college more affordable, during a stop at the community college of philadelphia. the speech starts at around 1:45 this afternoon, so expect some traffic tie-ups around the school this afternoon. >> a former united state senator drops a bombshell about his personal life.
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he is about to march amen who is 50 years his junior. harris wofford is 90 years old, and prominent pennsylvania democrat. he penned new york times editorial revealing he has been with his boyfriends for 15 years, wofford was married to his wife claire but she passed away 20 years ago. they were married for 48 years. wofford calls his life, quote, a story of two great loves. >> congratulations. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, the hottest new craze to hit the beach in years. >> think paddle board but without the paddle. instead, there is a pedal. see thousand works next. plus this: >> more small children are being poisoned by detergents packets. why they're packing them now safer. i'm marlie hall in new york. is that story coming up. >> and i'm pat gallen here at william tenant high school in warminster.
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we go behind the lens for the first ever film festival, pretty impressive stuff. but also they do live new segment every morning, and we will give you little taste of
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>> welcome back everyone, new way to get work out on the ocean is the hottest thing to hit the beach in years. mirage eclipse boards is described cross between e lip call machine and stand up paddle board, unlike traditional paddle board where all of the work is in the paddles, in the eclipse, it is all in the pedals. handle bars allow to you steer and keep you steady. >> i think it looks great. i think it is something i could totally get into. and not have to use my arms, and get a work out for my legs. >> the mirage eclipse hasn't hit stores yet. dealer expect to see shipment within the next 30 days. >> i could do that. >> i totally could. >> i have eye-hand coordination issues but i could manage that. >> work out and looks a lot every fun. >> and handlebars keep you steady. katy? >> i think it looks awesome,
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definitely, in i think we need a team road trip. >> we need a lift. we plan a trip every day. >> so many fun things to do in the area, right? well, guys, as we check in with some of the folks in the area, we had couple of real pretty pictures came in from the eyewitness weather watcher network, we will start here, from yesterday, ed sent this beautiful shot in. if you remember obviously, so much beautiful sunshine yesterday. this is taken out at mercer lake, similar view what we will find out there today i think. go to another one, phil sent this in, morning sunrise, gorgeous colors showing up on the horizon here, beautiful day when you have that kind of beautiful beginning to it, right? we go ahead, look at some of the area temperatures, we go on the list format here, dawn out in downingtown, it is casino every chilly. pair of four's for her as we have in hatboro from kyle, david in clementon, and the list goes on, just generally mid 40's, so it is a cool start. there is not too much breeze going on out there. phil out in north wales at
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46 degrees, and you know doesn't look like we have much more than that, pretty chilly out through some of the most outlying suburbs like mays landing for example. make sure you have the jacket as you walk out the door. but later on today, also, make sure kids, if you are putting them into the locker that you remember to take them back out again, it will be very warm afternoon, that does not require a jacket. more like shorts and t-shirts weather later today. you can see, warmfront lifting offer to the north here, that's not going to be anywhere near us it, does help bring in the warmth, but no wet weather with t trailing cold front, that comes over our way by tomorrow. so for now, things nice and quiet. eventually though that front will have to cross through. it comes in time for primary day. now starting all the way into the overnight hours. overnight likely see shower or thunderstorm rumble through the northern territory here, lehigh valley, northern suburbs outside of philly, and then another lil rounds comes late morning, toward early afternoon, before more of the scattered most widespread showers and storms rumble in. and it is that second, that p.m. hour, afternoon, evening, tomorrow, that we may end up
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with some stronger thunderstorms firing up. that could produce gusty wind, heavy downpours shall maybe small hail. behind that we clear out for wednesday for sunshine, see the thermometer drop behind the cold front. meisha? >> all right, just got to get through tuesday. i feel like that's the day we got to get through. today will be gorgeous so get outside if you k eat lunch outside. it sounds awesome. accident here 422 eastbound the ramp, you can see, i wouldn't say causing too many slow downs, volumes starting to increase now as we push toward our main hour of the rush hour, which is 7:00 a.m. so right now, just dealing that on 422 eastbound, it is certainly heating up, ever so slightly there. accident here, schuylkill west, vare avenue, you can see it pulled off to the right shoulder, squad car has been out there with the lights on for quite some time. this is basically what you are looking at, leading up to that. actually looking okay. still traveling at posted speeds, but you probably won't be coming up here, especially cracking into that 7:00. this is where we have another accident in camden. 676 north before morgan boulevard, two right lanes
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blocked center lane also block right now make note of this. because it is lead to go lane blockages in the area, will slow you down right now. mass transit, patco running special eastbound evening schedule tonight, norristown high-speed line new weekday questioned you will all starting today, check it out on line. brooke, over to you. >> do you guys use those laundry detergent pods in your house? >> they're convenient but can be very dangerous, new information this morning showing more and more children are getting sick after ingesting them. here's marlie hall. >> detergent packets can be a convenient way to do the laundry. but to a toddler, they look like candy. >> two yeahs ago, she told us her daughter to be on life support had she ate a pact as a toddler. >> just foaming at the mouth, couldn't breathe, couldn't move, she was just laying there. >> new study in the journal pediatrics says there were more than 62,000 detergent related calls to poison control centers in 2,013 and 2014. there was 17% rise in calls
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specifically about laundry packets. among those, there were 17 cases of coma, six cases of respiratory arrest, and two cases of cardiac arrest. >> we want to let parent know this is something they want to take caution with. put it up in the cabinet. put it behind a cabinet lock. >> last year consumer reports stopped recommending laundry packets, because of the potential danger. but, the industry says, adopting new voluntary safety changes. procter & gamble the maker every tide pods introduced new pods this year that are stronger, they also have a bitter tasting substance on the outer film to stop kids from biting into them. >> weren't dousing new bag with child guard zipper. >> the new packages hit store shelves next month. safety advocates plan to monitor the changes, to make sure they prevent poisoning. marlie hall, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". we have been looking at this for the past two years now, as far as this is concern, i always tell parent be sure to lock your cabinets.
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kids will climb to get in. >> and really authorities get into those containers, i'm still blown away kids are still getting into these. >> now 6:49. moving onto other things, a lot more coming up on cbs this morning. >> gale king joins us live from new york with a preview. good morning, gale. i love that yellow. >> good morning, brooke, you sounds as happy as i feel wearing yellow, it is my favorite color. jim, good to see you, too. like sunshine. good morning, ahead, ted cruz and john kasich join fos toss stop donald trump. how they plan to clear the path for each other in upcoming primaries, plus margaret brennan with the president in germany he plans, announce plans to send more us troops to syria and beyonce, she is making a almost aid out after little bit, personal love story and controversial political message. and, the nightly show host larry will more in studio 57, the news is back in the morning, we'll see in you about ten minutes and counting and brooke you just saw that shot of beyonce with a
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♪ ♪ >> welcome back. well there is news anchor thing may look easy, but some student in bucks county finding out the hard way that it is not. >> our pat gallen at william tenant high school in warminster, inside look at the morning newscast, good morning, pat. >> good morning, jim, brooke. yes, before we get to the morning newscast, they have something real cool going on here at william tenant high school there is thursday, their first ever film festival and to tell us about that is the digital production teacher, dina. tell us a little bit about what you guys have coming up thursday? >> thursday night first ever film festival featuring over 30 films made by student here, we have red carpet entrance,
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photo opportunities. >> sounds like pretty big deal. >> it is, and we're excited about it. >> are you surprised? thirty entrants, pretty good number. >> pretty good first time around, it shows how entheusiastic and creative our student are. >> we will show you that live right now. what they do every morning, is a live newscast, led by dina, right here, all of the student, as you can see, the desk behind us, our anchors, reporter onset, they'll give us taste of what they do live on the set. are you guys ready to go? all right, everyone is ready. here we go. in three, two, one! >> morning, william tenant, i'm john newman. >> i'm victoria least. >> the film festival this thursday 7:00 p.m. in the auditor just, festival open to the public. doors open at 6:30. there will be photo opportunity on the red carpet. ticket are just $5, and are available at the door. don't miss your chance to to work with our student film maker. >> pennsylvania primary election g held tomorrow, william tenant student ken participate in the bucks county student voting mock
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election all in all social studies. fast, easy, great way to practice one of your key civic responsibilitiment let's check in with joe street for a sports update. >> thank you. last thursday the lady panthers competed at the jack armstrong invitation, notable performances were turned in by all of the girls, when o'connor qualified tore district championships in the mile. be sure to show your fans experience, come out and support your teams. back to you. >> that's all for us today. >> have a marvelous monday. don't forget the film festival is this thursday. >> nailed it, guys. you guys nailed t john, victoria, you guys nailed it, that's impressive stuff. >> thanks. >> yes, so you guys are going to temple for communications? >> for communications production media studies. >> you want to be in front of the camera? >> not really, i like behind the scenes stuff. >> that's good thing for me because you won't take my job. victoria. >> i'm all for being in front of cam are.
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>> you're going to temple, communications in. >> uh-huh. >> joe? >> bloomberg communications. yes, i am also interested in media, radio, tv, what do you want to do? >> anything really. i like the behind the scenes stuff like john. >> all of these kids one day will take our jobs, jim, brooke. i thought it was fairly impressive. >> they did very good job, patrick, they need to move their hands more, that was the complaint i had for the first three weeks of doing this job, i wasn't moving my hands. >> okay. >> thanks, guys. well, another team of student hopes to bring national championship home to bensalem. >> but, they're not competing in traditional sport. >> we refer to the robot as our baby, we machined everything so to see it come together and finley do something, very proud moment. >> the bensalem robotic team headed to saint lou toys see if all of their hard work will pay off in the world robotic championship. pat will introduce you to the team tell but their true un
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dog story tomorrow morning on "eyewitness news" starting at 4:30. >> now, before you head out the door, here are they things you need to know for today. >> three to go. >> donald trump and john kasich, hillary clinton, bernie sanders all in our area campaigning ahead of tomorrow's primary. >> man shot inside north wales church. also expect to hear if the man will face charges. >> teen killed in a bathroom at howard high school last week. >> that's three to go. >> well, last check on weather and traffic. katy? >> yes, things are looking beautiful this morning. it is a little chilly out there, because we had the nice clear sky, few clouds, over the who are eyes on here outside middle township high school. but regardless expect more sun than anything here today. tomorrow is the day that the umbrella needs to be dusted off again. we start to see scattered thunderstorms possibly turn strong through the late day early evening, but then it does start to clear out relatively quickly here, expect to seen skies clear tomorrow night, but again,
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primary day, a lot of people headed out you want to pay attention to the weather, who it will be warm day, that said. by wednesday it all clears out, back in the sunshine more seasonable temperatures. >> sound good to me. good morning, everyone, three dent south there, the first one with the most of the slow downs i would say, 59 north past bridge, two right lanes compromised. seat slow downs that camera shot. some even trying to get out over to the schuylkill or over to the shoulder. 422 eastbound, that is clearing right now, what you are looking at is the schuylkill westbound at vare avenue. that will right shoulder that squad car is still there. pedestrian and driver were out on foot. just use your best discretion around the area. >> thank you very much, meisha a next on cbs this morning, nightly show host larry will more, prepares to cover new comedy routine in front. president. >> join us bright and early here on cbs-3 starting 4:30 a.m. have a great day. ♪
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