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that derailed one year ago today. hear how he says that the deadly accident change his life and how other survivors, will mark the anniversary. new information this morning about missing malaysia airlines flight 370, the key discovery just made in the investigation. well to day is thursday may 12th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> hi there i'm brooke thomas. katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> good morning everyone. we have a pretty bad accident on the schuylkill westbound around conshohocken curve. we will that have in just a moment. >> thankfully it looks like weather will not have an additional impact for the commute this morning but we are looking at a dry day for a change now. there is one side impact, that could certainly lead to some problems out there. we have got some fog issues which we will discuss in a second here but everything is dry on the storm scan at the moment. our front willal boundary strung out to our south, gets a little bit further south. with that said it is a very foggy beginning to the morning in a a couple communities. i had to show you this shot
and just blew me away. normally we would see baseball diamond, tree line with building in the distance. you cannot see anything. this is in bernville in portions of berks county. we have poor visibility. reading clocks in at 2 miles at that particular observation site but in central pennsylvania if that is where your travels take you westbound on the pennsylvania turnpike watch for the fog. that is a problem here for next couple of hours. eyewitness weather day planner is looking good, overall. we will not only have a chance to he look bound but brighten up for more sunshine. 76 degrees the high later on today but again in the meantime the problem is, some isolated patches of fog which is very, very dense at times, otherwise, we have got a nice day unfolding here today, meisha, over to you. >> thanks so much, katie. right new on the roadways, however we have an accident that is causing quite a bit of slow downs. this is schuylkill westbound approaching conshohocken curve block ago this right lane and shoulder. we do have ambulance on the scene, and people walking
around, on foot and whenever we have that we want to a be very careful and b we will have gaper delays. that is what we are seeing. what we are looking at is another backup at belmont avenue. it is extending further now as everyone is condensing their traveling around within lane getting around this accident. then driving past the accident they are slowing down, to take a look what is going on. it is causing slow downs. if you can avoid that area you want to do that. if you cannot avoid the area give yourself extra 45 minutes at the the very least. here's the sun coming up, looking really good. would i say you are just starting to slow down ever so slightly, still traveling around 55 miles an hour but more vehicles we will get out there, we will start to slow down even more. dad vail regot ace going on this weekend friday to saturday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. kelly drive closed between strawberry mansion drive at 10:00 a.m. today, starts 10:00 l 6:00 p.m. saturday. brooke, back over to you.
new this morning police are searching for an escape prisoner in west philadelphia. >> authorities tell us that the suspect was in custody for dui and escaped while at penn presbyterian hospital around midnight. officers are searching the earned ising areas and investigators say the suspect has been arrested before, and an officers are park outside his most recent address. a nasty wreck in east falls leaves two people hurt and fight broke out near the scene. it happened just after 1:00 a.m. at intersection of the ridge and mid veil a avenues. the injured are in stable condition, so far in word on an arrest or charges. and two people are hurt in this crash involving a taxi cab in north philadelphia overnight. this happened around 2:00 o'clock at intersection of the 13th and girard. two drivers, were taken to the hahnemann, with minor injuries. police tell thaws both victims are in stable condition. well, one year ago today that an amtrak train crashed in philadelphia, killing eight people, and injuring hundreds more. this morning we are hearing from the survivor and former
congressman about how the crash change his life. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao is live outside city hall where survivors will gather later today, good morning, jan. >> reporter: good morning, jim. still a lot of unanswered questions about why this accident happened even a year later. the engineer says he has gaps in his memories. new we are learning that the ntsb final report is due out next week but still here today again that vigil to remember these lives lost. may 12th, 2015. philadelphia's frankford curve, the sight of one of the worst train crashes in u.s. history. >> it doesn't feel like a year. it feels like yesterday. >> reporter: patrick murphy was on amtrak track train 188 he tries not to think about the crash that killed eight and injured 200 but these images are hard to forget. >> there was a lot of blood, a lot of screams and did what any solder would do i got up and tried to help other people. >> reporter: murphy a former
congressman and captain in the united states army is new acting secretary of the army. he was on his way to the trenton stop within years ago when train derailed and his training kick in. >> people were left and right. they were knocked unconscious. they were fleeing, hurt, so i had to get them up a and out of the train because we didn't know man was going on. i just knocked out window and helped those people out and then i stayed back with the wounded. >> reporter: he says real heroes that day were first responders. >> the philadelphia fire fighters and police officers who were there within moments. i mean were there climbing through windows. >> reporter: investigators say train leaped the tracks traveling 106 miles an hour, more than 50 miles an hour faster then the curve's speed limit. engineer brandon bostian's role is still unclear. investigators from the national transportation safety board ruled out safety, signal, track and train problems. the investigation continues. meantime amtrak has installed positive train control and automatic braking system on all of its rail in the northeast corridor.
experts have said that the technology would have saved lives and prevented the derailment. >> i don't know how blessed i am, besides being able to go home late that morning to be with my wife and two kids and tell my kids i love them, i will be eternally grateful for. >> reporter: now ntsb investigators say there is no indication that bostian was using his cell phone at the time of the crash and toxicology results found no drugs or alcohol in his system. as this investigation continues the victim and hear families are suing amtrak for what happened last year. reporting live from center city, jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". jim and brooke back to you. two pieces of debris found, are certainly from missing malaysia airline flight 370. malaysia's government say debris was found in march in south africa and rodriguez island. that means five pieces of debris believed to have come from the jet have now been found. flight 370 vanish in march of 2014, while flying from kuala
lumpur to beijing. there were 239 people on board. three doctors are charged with selling prescription drugs for cash out of their south philadelphia clinic. the prosecutors say doctor alan somers with two other doctors, a allegedly ran a prescription pill mill making more than five million-dollar. investigators say these doctors were praying on peoples addictions. >> they are basically contributing to the drug abuse crisis in our culture. they are distributing drugs to drug users. >> all three doctors face charges including distribution, health care fraud and money laundering. they are expect to surround iser to the feds next week. there are a few new ways to safely and discretely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs in philadelphia the city is expanding its drug drop off program just head to one of the 13 philadelphia police districts and look for this blue box. that is where you you can leave your unwanted medication and it will be disposed of at
no cost to you. for a list of the drop off locations just go to our web site at cbs philly.com. in other news family of amy joyner francis, wilmington student died in an allege bathroom attack at will school is asking for all of the fighting on social media to stop. >> those who are on social media, and are claiming that they are doing things in retaliation in amy's name, we're going to ask you to please stop that and the reason being is that amy was about peace. she was about love. she was about unity. to call for retaliation in her name, that is not respectful to the family. >> three students face charges in connection to amy's death, the delaware department of justice is seeking to charge one of the teenage suspects as an adult. now for a look at newspaper headlines from across our region. >> on the front page of the delaware county daily times lancaster city police officer murdered nearly nine decade ago is remembered by the
delaware county law enforcement memorial fun days. lieutenant elwood gainer was kill in the line of duty march . from the burlington county times, freeholders approved $485,000 in contracts to remove the road bridge from the ran coke as you creek. the money will fun, a study looking at possible replacement span to connect west hampton and willingboro to mount laurel. the courier post reports on 156 unit apartment complex being proposed for camden's waterfront. city's planning board will review plans for the project at corn are of cooper street and delaware avenue next to campbell's feel. >> that is a look at some newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. coming up donald trump head to washington on a mission. >> plus an arrest some are calling a violent take down. find out what happened before police pulled over this suspect. we are getting our first look at inmate who claims he is prince's son, see his mug shot coming up.
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welcome back everyone. it is 6:13, right now. donald trump heads to washington today for a very anticipated meeting with the the g.o.p. >> yes, presumptive g.o.p. many in minute knee is trying to unify his party before the convention in july. trump will meet with house speaker paul ryan, rnc chair, and state majority leader mitch mcconnell. trump is narrowing down his list of possible vice-presidential candidates and, new jersey governor chris christie talk about probably being included on that are short list. >> to be on the short list, you know, obviously an honor to be considered for that position but i was on mitt romney's short list and came up short. so we will see what happens, this time around. >> trump has already pick christie to led his transition team, if elect.
he is not saying he wouldn't take the job because that has happened. >> i'm not saying anything on that. >> it is a nice day. >> we have one initial issue in the western suburbs, that comes in the form of some fog, it is really thick. difficult get a tweet from somebody out that way, i believe it was steve, forgive me if i get the name raining but we have a couple shots coming n you cannot see your hand in front of your face. thick fog. watch for that. you won't see that on the satellite. so tough detect because it is so low to the ground but is there a frontal boundary nearby. because we have moisture left over from that and calm wind that is where this fog is forming. larger right or wider right i should say on storm scan shows system that is responsible for all this. it has been hung up in terms of the first front. we have had day or two of gray skies and dreary conditions but now eventually the cold front will be crossing through and that is scheduled to move in towards tomorrow. so i do want to walk through the timing on that taking a look overnight tonight, we will see a shower, dotting the
area radar not a wash out at all. main action comes tomorrow afternoon as early as lunchtime the further inland you reside but definitely through midday i would say until 4:00 p.m. we will go from 11 or 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the worst of any showers or storms to rumble through. then we will get a break. next front comes along. future weather is trying to make this come through steadily and heavily through second half of the day. we will keep an eye on this possibility. we are calling for a shower if not rumble of thunder on saturday. today not bad partly sunny once fog lifts. 76 degrees. we have a late night shower and then again two separate days, two separate front bringing in the showers and thunderstorms. by sunday it is all out and we will take a hit on the thermometer. meisha. >> thank you very much. keeping an eye on this accident schuylkill westbound approaching conshohocken push off to the shoulder. probably moving out of our way now. you can see it pull off to the shoulder but right lane in longer compromised.
this is schuylkill westbound approaching conshohocken curve. we are seeing backups. they are still there. look at the schuylkill westbound at belmont avenue leading up toward that accident that has just been cleared and pushed off to the shoulder. hopefully this should be easing tension sometime soon here. hopefully weak see this ease up. problem is it is now that we have cropped in the 6:00 p.m. hour we will see it get busy. even though that accident has moved out of the way it doesn't necessarily mean that this volume level isn't going to stop putting pressure on that area right now schuylkill westbound is still looking busy despite the fat being that accident has moved off to the shoulder. ben franklin bridge, we are dealing with some fog and whenever we are dealing with fog there can be visibility issues. volume levels looking looking okay moving in the westbound direction but overall because of that fog give yourself some extra time this morning. brooke, over to you. massachusetts authorities are reviewing level of the force used to apprehend a man led police on a multi state chase yesterday. >> news choppers capture the scene, suspect identified as 50 year-old richard salmon can
see on his knees. he was cooperating with his arrest. >> i don't know what he did, i know they were not happy but he was president fighting them. there was a little bit much i think. >> he was wanted for, several warrant. chase went through new hampshire and that state governor is calling for an investigation as well coming up long security lines at airport lead to a campaign. how you can shame the tsa next time you play. >> plus, how much you pay for car insurance might have very little to do with your driving record. up next three is on your side with the secrets to getting cheaper insurance rates. stay with us.
back on "eyewitness news", we all agree waiting in long lines at the airport is the last thing you want to do when you go on vacation. well, suffer in silence in more. an airline industry group want to you take pictures of long security lines and post them on social media the with the #i hate the wait. campaign hopes to push tsa to hire more staff but also giving travelers a heads up on the long wait times. two u.s. senators say baggage fees play a rel in long wait times in airport security and they are calling on airlines to stop charging them at least temporarily. senators richard bloomenthal and ann marky argue getting rid of the fees could reduce
lines this summer. check bag fees have been around for nearly a decade and been a key revenue maker for the airlines. is cost of car insurance driving you in the poor house? shopping for lower rates can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars a year. but have you ever wondered how those insurance rates are determined in the first place? well, in today's three on your side report you may be surprised to learn their premium often has little to do with your driving history. with millions of vehicles on the road due think they would figure out who pays what for auto insurance would be pretty straightforward and involve things like your age, type of car, where you live and how much you drive? but that isn't all. >> what most drivers don't realize is that your personal financial data plays just as large a role in the rate you pay for ought other insurance as all a of those other things. >> reporter: with most companies your credit history may matter more than your driving record. >> it is extraordinary how much more companies are now charging people with fair
credit or lousy credit, compared to people who have really just lousy driving record. >> reporter: kevin brassler is executive editor of delaware valley consumer checkbook which did extensive research on auto insurance rates. he says companies are increasingly relying on credit scores and secret formulas to set their rates. >> if you ask the insurance companies they will say we write according to the risk and that these drivers, with lousy credit are more risky then drivers with excellent credit but they have in the been able to prove that. one thing they have been able to prove is that drivers with fair credit are more likely to file claims, all right then they are with people with excellent credit but nothing to do with their driving record. >> someone with two speeding tickets could be pay less than someone with a clean driving record but bad history. still shop around for best rates but pay very close attention tour credit rorrer. they contain mistakes that can
lead to you pay more for insurance then you have to. >> good tip. a lot of mistakes. that is a a common thing. >> check your credit report. >> thanks, jim. >> coming up, national mother of the year lives in our area. >> we are finally getting a look at the man who claims he is prince's soul heir. that i
we have our first look at inmates claiming to be prince biological son. >> thirty-nine year-old carlen hugh williams filed a claim seeking his share of the late musician's estate. williams says his mother had a fling with prince back in july of 1976 and he is asking that prince dna be tested. williams is serving 92 months in the colorado federal prison for possession of the firearm, by a felon. meanwhile sharon osborne returns to the talk and opens up but her split with her rocker husband ozzie. >> the girl says i have to go on social media and sianni have a look and i was just overwhelmed by the reaction and there is just so much love. >> osborne thanked her fans and her talk show family for their support. the six three-year old confirmed the split and added she needs more time to sort everything out. just a surprise for many. they have been married for
more than 30 years. they have three children together and i think she has been his manager for like 40 years. >> long history there. >> coming up unique gift ideas for college and high school grads. >> plus george zimmerman is back in the head lines and story that has people talking this morning. we have the reason why he is selling the gun he used to kill trayvon martin. justin? >> reporter: well to day donald trump goes to washington find out host is meeting with and why a billion dollars could be on the table, i'm justin fin watch that
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here's what you need to know today in your morning minute. >> it doesn't feel like a year but just like yesterday. >> vigil planned here at city hall for right around noon to remember what happened one year ago. eight people were killed and more than 200 people were injured when amtrak train 188 jumped the tracks. nasty wreck lead to a violent fight and two people injured in east falls. we just need to get to know each other. >> donald trump heads to capitol hill to meet with republican leaders. they will cover unify the g.o.p. rank and file and raising campaign cash and defeating hill willry clinton. these kid trumping trump, hilarious stuff.
>> that is an ad by an electric company in new seal land. >> i thought it was cute earlier. >> now she's on the fence. >> just a little bit too adult for the kid maybe. >> you know the whole thing about building the great wall do they know what they are saying. >> you are analyzing too much into this. >> yes, cute kid wearing weird wigs, you are absolutely right, let's bring it back. we are here to talk about the weather, we are finding more than anything some blue skies at the this point, finally blue sky over the center city sky line here. but there are spots where we are dealing with very, very thick fog and that is where we will start our focus and quick view of the live neighborhood network. i said this earlier in the morning, not much has change. now you you can see a little bit of the grass in the foreground outside kutztown area middle school. all of the farmland where we had in wind but just enough moisture left over to produce this fog. here's the thing. it is patchy. where you got it, it is dense
and it is no the near, sometimes even under a mile. but by this afternoon everyone is back in the sunshine, and it will warm up across the region as a whole and stay dry every where. here's storm scan three, we have a difficult time finding fog, on satellite composite and regardless it is out there most noteably not far western suburbs outside of philadelphia meanwhile here's some area temperatures. the it is off to a mild start quite comfortable, very modest breeze if any at all. as the day goes on we expect to rebound to 76 degrees, overall despite the fog, meisha, this is a good day. >> yeah, 76 is going to feel awesome, thanks, katie. happy thursday. we made it to the gateway to the weekend. looking outside, volume levels certainly increasing. what we are looking at 95 south after this is where we had reports of the disable vehicle causing slow downs this will be busy here in matter what. when we add disable vehicle in the the mix it will be worse. so right now 95 south at girard you are, slow moving,
give yourself extra time as we have to move out in this area. we had an accident earlier at the schuylkill westbound approaching conshohocken curve. we are looking at this backup shot at belmont avenue approaching where that accident was and we are seeing major slow downs. that accident has been since moved out of the way taking care of all together. that is out of there. we are still seeing slow downs here. schuylkill westbound right around belmont approaching conshohocken curve looking very slow as you can see there another accident here has just cleared out of the way. 202 north bound past route 401 that is clear but still dealing with the construction in and around this area now, dad vail regatta friday and saturday kelly drive closed, between that fountain green drive and at 10:00 a.m. today to 6:00 p.m. saturday. brooke, over to you. a man is recovering after being stabbed twice during a robbery in west philadelphia. it happened shortly after 4:00 h ruby street between arch and market streets. the victim a man in his 20's is in stable condition.
police have not made an arrest so far. in other news presumptive g.o.p. nominee donald trump heads to washington to build unity with key republican leaders. >> meanwhile democratic front runner hillary clinton is blasting trump as unelectable. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is live from the cbs-3 sat center with the very latest on the campaign trail. the justin, good morning. >> reporter: brooke and jim, good morning. the both side trump and g.o.p. said this sit down will focus largely on building bond between both sides and it will be a chance for trump to begin guilding much needed campaign cash before the big fall race. donald trump private s i have republican nominee heads to washington to build bond with g.o.p. leaders unsure of his candidacy. that includes house speaker paul ryan, last week, he hinted that he was not ready to endorse trump. then yesterday, he just said. >> we need get to know each other. we have to unify various wings of the party among common principal. >> fun raising, counter to a
suggestion he can self fund his campaign. sources tell cbs news that the billion air is working on a fun raising deal with the republican national committee. a potential joint effort to help raise nearly $1 billion for the general election. >> i have a lot of respect for paul ryan f we make a deal, that would be great. if we don't we will go forward as we have been doing and winning all the time. >> reporter: trump may face questions about releasing his taxes. he told the associated press a release were not happen before the election and that there was quote nothing to learn. that triggered this from democrat hillary clinton. >> my husband and i have released 33 years of tax returns. you have to ask yourself why doesn't he want to release them? well, we will find out. >> reporter: then trump posted wow release his returns before the election provided ongoing audits were over. the 2012 g.o.p. presidential nominee mitt romney also weighing in on social media he suggests that trump is holding on you the because there is
quote a bomb shell in them. >> lots of buzz this morning about a poll released earlier this week, showing a pole shows a potential match up between trump and clinton goes neck and neck, trump/sanders race gives sanders a slight edge. much more will come up in today's meeting with trump. jim and brooke back to you. >> certainly isn't boring. democratic national commission host committee will make an announcement later today at the national constitution center. they will dish out plans for political fest, festival time with the convention to celebrate the local history, government and road the two white house. meantime training is happening for some convention volunteers. most of them will do on line training, but the dnc was hoping for 10,000 volunteers? but because of their outpouring of responses, they got, they are sitting at nearly 17,000. in other news controversial move by george
zimmerman. he have is selling the gun he used to kill trayvon martin. zimmerman is offering the gun in the on line auction that starts later this morning. opening bid is $5,000. zimmerman calls the weapon a piece of american history. he was acquitted of killing unarmed teenager three years ago. that shooting has inspired a new play that opens up in philadelphia tonight, the ballet of trayvon martin explores his life and moments before his death. the play debuts at 7:00 at new freedom theater on north broad street. as the class of 2016 preparing to graduate what kind of gifts can you give that will not only mark the occasion but help the new event rant in the work force. >> money is an a obvious option but there are more other creative more choices. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger joins us live from new york with some ideas, good morning, jill. >> good morning. >> so what should we do for college grads. >> reporter: first of all my nephew is graduating from penn this weekend. i made this segment because i could not figure out what to
get him and i didn't want to give him cash. if your graduate has not yet landed a job, thank god mine has, but you may want to consider purchasing a resume service like resume my career. you may want to up great an app like pocket resume or one that is called resume apps, these help users build and design, and generate professional looking resume, and they get to send them out directly from their phones. pretty cool. another helpful gift how about paying for a premium subscription to the job search site. lets say your grad has a job. you can replace the nap sack with the more professional one. a messenger bag, tote bag. if you're focusing on more conservative industries like business, accounting or finance, maybe upgrade of the wardrobe is necessary. if your grad is heading to a more laid back environment maybe nicer hoodie good we are on the same page. i said briefcase. good briefcase will always help. what about high school
graduates. we have high school graduate this year. okay. so she want, she wants an electric guitar. my sister stopped. that okay, forget it. so, i instead decided was that she needed an upgrade to her smart phone. i contributed with that. i think that is a good idea. maybe swap an old beat up case with a cool new case that has a about it in battery. if your kid are heading to college maybe treat them to a digital subscription to your hometown newspaper, another newspaper that cost real money, dorm life is next, maybe gift card to a place like container store, college book store, one of the producers here said best thing that she ever got a hamper filled with all of the stuff they need todd do laundry in college. that is a fun one. if you want to be a bad influence and i like being the bad influence aunt, i said maybe i'll get her a netflix subscription of her own. >> but that guitar would have made you aunt of the decade, i'm just pointing it out.
>> and most hated sister at thanksgiving. >> reporter: exactly good thanks, jill. coming up on "eyewitness news" how a little girl's haircut changed a life. >> she inspired all of my stylists. >> i think that is awesome. >> we will tell you the reason her story inspired stylists and why they are taking the salon on the road in this weeks story of brotherly love. plus do you remember pennsylvania teenager barred from her high school prom for wearing a suit? her story went viral and new she has an interesting offer on the table. and a dog on the run but this golden retriever wasn't running away, instead he was running to something. where he was found, will make you smile comin
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founder of tesla and space g. >> engineers say yesterday's test was a success, they want the first to run between los angeles and san francisco. a trip that would take a half april hour. one hold up, they have in the developed the brakes just yet. >> i'll wait for the brakes. test human limits of speed in a very different way in fail this summer. >> how about a water slide, three city blocks long. here is, the fun from a previous installation. philly slide will be stationed at sedgley and poplar near the art museum for a block party a august 6th. you can sign up for your slide, on line, beginning next wednesday and there are some restrictions like height, but, tickets start at $10. >> what do you think, katie. >> i'm in for it. >> yes, definitely do this as a team outing, hold hand, going down the slide together. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> holding hand. >> totally into it. >> i'm trying to think of the day, august 6th i'm in the here.
>> we will supply you back. >> i'm on vacation. >> but how is the weather today. >> anyway. >> we will do it without you then. >> but, the weather is, looking really pleasant my friend, we are expect to go see in the just sunshine but nice warming trend that goes into effect. there is a initial problem with fog as we go to the pictures sent to us. ed connor sent this in chesterfield area of new jersey. he has fog outside on the lawn. very patchy in nature but we have it very thick, and very dense through berks county, for example. lets go back to the map and zero in on a couple spots. fifty-six comes from greg mccoy who has partly sunny skies in the mar local shall ton area one more off to the north here 53. there we go 53 from phil, he has more sun, then anything and says it looks like we will break this 14 day streak of rain and gloom. thankfully, yes. i couldn't cure. we are finally looking ahead to much more pleasant weather at least for today but go back
through course of may so far and it is every day but one, has been, some kind of a rainfall whether it is a trace or more than that but every single day say for may ninth where we reported rain. we think we will up that to two days, today, lets look the at the nice wide zoom. we had a front stalled nearby and it did appear delores checked in with the area and it looks like a shower moved through. that has fist old way here. we expect today to be totally dry before the next cold front comes in, draping itself to the midwest, central plains. that is crossing through bringing next round of showers and thunderstorms. secondary front on saturday. there is two days tomorrow and saturday that are back to back showers and maybe even a thunderstorm. as we head into sunday temperatures take a nose dive behind. that bottom line here is enjoy the day while you got it. it will be a good one. >> we will enjoy this day. gorgeous day you guys and we are doing this, together as a team. this is where we had april
accident, approaching conshohocken curve that right side compromised giving you major slow downs. that has been since clear. lets look at the backup shot not looking bad at all, approaching gladwynn, schuylkill westbound approaching gladwynn looking good. looking at these backup shots just a handfull and then it will take ten minutes may look bad. we are looking all right on the schuylkill. looking busy. other areas, blue route, past route one, wow did you on he that guy going over the line, paying attention, pay attention looking good here blue route north bound, past route one looking good. looking busy but we can expect that toward 7:00. traffic light malfunction out there in horsham easton road and horsham road from an earlier accident and traffic light are still going on and off out there. jim, back over to you. >> pay attention, drivers, meisha is telling you. we are learning more about a delaware woman who holds the title of the national mother of the year. >> american mothers organization honored michelle law from middletown this last mothers day. wall, volunteers weekly at
silver lake elementary school, on the school board and works part-time for state treasurer. she is a girl scout leader, multiple sclerosis society volunteer. she has big plans for this tradition. >> here in delaware we have been collecting supplies for women hoff been in domestic situations and relocated a and trying to rear establish themselves. >> representing moms in delaware and in the nation, she has all of the has thanks moms have to wear. >> this mommies, awesome. >> the principal of silver lake elementary says she's the perfect woman to hold the title. and wall's daughters say they are quite proud of their mom too. >> i love this story. >> she's busy. >> um-hmm. >> she's all over the place. >> super mom. >> there are so many moms that have the same sort of work load, so i appreciate them getting a lot of appreciation. >> juggling career and family, it is a lot. 6:49.
there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> charlie rose joins us live from new york with the preview, good morning, charlie. >> ahead we will look at big differences between paul ryan and donald trump before today's big meeting. plus did officers go too far, dramatic video shows the violent end to a multi state police chase. also this, zero to 60 in about a second. a closer look at the hyper loop technology, after its first successful test run. meet the food critic who puts los angeles on the culinary map and his journey to find every cuisine in the city. all that a and more news is back in the morning, see new about ten minutes. >> love it. >> we will be watching, thanks, charlie. well, a a few years ago a bucks county hair stylist got a very special request, to cut the hair of a girl in the hospital. she was with to start chemotherapy and lose her long hair. >> ukee washington shows us how that one haircut started a
movement, and it is this weeks story of brotherly love. >> reporter: goal of this non-profit gives family a beauty break, we tagged along with them at a styling session at ronald mcdonald house at the saint chris dovers. >> we made it front nice and long. >> reporter: young braid dennis getting a mohawk amazing. >> reporter: his mom teresa walsh is getting a haircut too. she doesn't usually have time, she and brayden come every three weeks for treatment. he has cystic fibrosis. >> all my attention goes toward taking care have brayden. >> reporter: on this day christie doyle and two fellow stylist brought the salon to them. >> they think that is a good 45 minutes, i'm in the happy place, i don't need any needles, shots or surgeries. this is a happy place. >> reporter: christie got the idea when she met kayla a nine year-old family friend diagnosed with neuroblastoma. she's now 13. >> christie had this idea to come over and cut it shorter
so it would be easier to use. she spent an hour or two with kayla. it transformed the room, and from a sad, hospital room to a party. >> reporter: over the course of the kayla's treatment christie kept coming bringing bright bows and ribbons. >> i left that day feeling like i wanted to spread the thought of families and other kids going through such harsh situations. >> reporter: her non-profit mission christie cares, gives free haircuts to patients and families at the ronald mcdonald houses at st. christopher's hospital and chop. >> it allows our families to get a breath of fresh air in terms of what they are going through. >> reporter: eight other stylists donate their time giving 150 to 200 free haircuts a year. christie will always remember kayla's. >> fit weren't for her i wouldn't be able to spread love one haircut at a time. >> reporter: mission christie cares accepts machine try donations to cover costs like the insurance that they need to operate. to find out more go to cbs
philly.com/brotherly. i'll see you tonight. i'm ukee washington for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> kayla, christie mission accomplish. great story, thanks, ukee. pennsylvania teen barred from her own prom from wearing a suit instead of the dress gets a new invitation. >> we first told but this story the other day. ann wolf said she has always wore a shirt and pants, but family says her dress code was a formal dress for girls. when she showed up wearing a suit she was kick out. william penn senior high in york county invited her to attend their prom next saturday. >> good for the folks the at william penn using logic there and hospitality. >> these are memories for rest of your life. you remember why you could not go. >> exactly. >> silly reason not to be able to have them. >> good for them indeed. we're overloading jim. >> new say hello to riley a dog who loves his doggie day care.
we love that because his mom, rode past the day care. >> whether he they got home riley unlocked his backyard gate and took off on his way back to hang out with his friend. he walk a mile and sat out front until someone let him in. >> he knows the way up here because i walk him all the time and he decided to put himself in day care that day. >> i love this. >> riley's friend were jumping for joy when he showed up. the happy dog cafe gave riley a day free of charge, because he worked so hard to get there. that is good. >> that is good. >> we will be right back with three things you need to know before you go. >> it is three to go next.
dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen.
before you head out the door here's what you need to know, it three is to go. >> private vigil will be held today at city hall for victims of the deadly amtrak derailment in port richmond. today marks one year since the crash. >> donald trump will be in washington to meet with g.o.p. leadership, house speaker paul ryan has said he has not yet ready to endorse trump for president. and villanova wildcats will be honored by philadelphia city council this evening after last month national championship win, and that is three to go. >> lets check on weather and traffic. >> we have to again talk about
this fog that is out there, it is only coming through in patches but where we have it, it is really dense. visibility near or under a mile, west most suburbs out of philadelphia is most likely spot this should be lifting out in the next hour or two, meisha. >> yeah, i-95 at aramingo, and look at that fog, and, very slow there and ben franklin bridge you can barely see it moving in the westbound direction toward center city. very, very dense fog. thanks so much for that. >> and also, tomorrow morning, where can you get hot dog, burger, a tasty malt and watch trains go by. it is mize dream drive segment. you won't believe how long this restaurant has been around and has involve a bit of character. i'll show you place to get kid out of the the rain and in some water. >> do you see bubbles coming out. >> yes, my gosh, i love it. i love it. >> yep, and they want to you touch these plants. we will tell you why and what exactly they are. see it tomorrow on cream
drives at 6:00 a.m. on cb is captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is thursday, may 12th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump goes to washington to meet paul ryan and other republican leaders. the meeting could have a profound impact on the future of the grand old party. disturbing video shows police repeatedly punching a suspect after a multistate chase. did officers go too far? "60 minutes" legend morely safer signs off after more than half a century at cbs news. we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. who is the leader of the republican party? >> i would say paul for the time being, and maybe for a long time. >> donald trump heads to