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run universities. west chester, being the largest. walk outs came wednesday morning when faculty union members said no to what the the state board of education called their last, best offer. >> picketing professors say the initial disputed contract, would have had a negative impact on the quality of education, by strange adjunct teaching responsibilities, and assigning graduate faculty to teach in place of full-time professors. while faculty was prepared to sit out this home coming weekend at west chester university, they now don't have have to. >> what a relief. >> for home coming weekend. >> home coming weekend. >> you are emotional. >> i do get emotional. you know, you fight for something, you believe in something, and i thank our negotiators, i think our wonderful faculty and our students. i think, i don't think they thought we were going to do it. >> reporter: details of the agreement are still being sorted out now. as for had students were paying for three days of lost
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classes, well, that comes out to be about $215 in tuition. reporting live from the campus of west chester university i'mal sand that hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> alex, thank you. we have been spoiled this week with very warm weather. >> we really have. >> but things are changing, and changing quickly, get ready for down right chilly weather even some rain in the forecast. meteorologist kate bilo is here with the look at is what coming our way, kate. >> it is just a shame we could not extend this weather in the weekend, but big changes on the way as this loads up off to the west. we have been awaiting for eighths rifle all day. finally starting to see showers break out in our far western suburbs but instead of cloud, showers row live rate go ahead of the front we have had a bonus day, you can see all those showers and cloud moved into portions of southern new england. we have got a strip of clear air and we have enjoyed a beautiful friday but you can see showers and storms moving in lancaster and berks counties right now. these are mainly lifting north
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and east impacting lehigh valley and poconos before impacting the city but scattered showers along this line could get in here as early as seven or eight or 9:00 tonight. it is overnight we will see steady rain and that is when the big change will come. temperatures right now you can see that wall of cold air, lurking just off to the north and west where blue and glean are, where yellow is we are enjoying beautiful warm weather. seventy-nine in philadelphia. good chance we will hit 80 between now and we will find out in a half an hour. seventy-four wilmington. seventy-four dover. seventy-six in millville. but these showers and storms will continue to move in. here's 8:00 o'clock with light scattered showers, keep that in mind if you have high school football plans but overnight one, two or 1:00 a.m. steadier downpours, wind will pick upcoming up i'll tell you how long they will last into your saturday, and how cold it will feel, you're definitely going to need to break that coat out of the coat closet once again. for now, back over to you. pennsylvania is again, taking center stage in
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campaign 2016, as presidential candidate, win a critical battle ground state. donald trump is making a stop at bucks county. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is in newtown where trump is set to rally supporters. good evening. >> reporter: ukee, good evening, donald trump started in fletcher, north carolina finishing up remarks in johnstown pennsylvania, western pennsylvania and then on this stage behind he about 7:30 tonight. we want to show you video from chopper three outside of the crowd. we're talking about a massive crowd, very typical for donald trump event, several thousand people outside according to authorities, they will be headaching their way here over the next couple hours to the newtown athletic club, donald trump is expect to talk a lot about hillary clinton tonight his opponent. he was with her in the al smith charity dinner in new york but tonight we're supposed to hear also about his plan specifically for pennsylvania. he went to school in pennsylvania. he always says he has a lays in his heart for philadelphia and other parts of the state.
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take a listen to donald trump in johnstown, pennsylvania just a little while ago. >> when i'm president, we're going to start making things again in america. we are really going to start making things in your great state where i went to will school, in pennsylvania. we're also going to unleash the power of american energy right here in pennsylvania. shale, oil, natural gas, clean coal and all of the you this infrastructure that comes along with it. the secure energy for america association just endorsed, guess who? donald trump. >> all right. now i mentioned this is at newtown athletic club, this is a private club, it is a up scale athletic club in newtown, bucks county but some
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people are upset about this, ukee. in fact, some people have cancelled their memberships because donald trump is going to be on the ground tonight? what is that all about. i will have that story and i spoke to jim worthington coming up at 6:00. reporting live from newtown bucks county, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> david, thanks very much. on the democratic side of the things hillary clinton will also be back in our area to hold a get out the vote rally with her running mate tim kaine in philadelphia tomorrow. hillary clinton will be back in our area to hold get out a rally again with her rug mate, that will be tomorrow in philadelphia, as we mentioned. tell i can nominee is rallying supporters in cleveland, ohio, it is another critical battle ground state. clinton says that clinton administration would build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. clinton's running mate tim kaine rallied young democrats at penn state this afternoon, he also met with penn state's student union. in addition to rallying with hillary clinton in
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philadelphia, on sat take, kaine will hold a campaign with clinton in pittsburgh as well. vice-president joe biden fired up democrats in wilkes barre, he made the case for hillary clinton, biden also weighed in on the sexual misconduct allegations involving donald trump. the vice-president said he wished they were in high school so they could take trump behind the gym. pennsylvania has taken on such a critical role in this election, cbs news face the nation host john dickerson about the candidate's path to victory in the commonwealth. >> pennsylvania is a state where democrats have won since 1988, and for the last few elections republicans made a last minute run, shark and grab attempt to grab philadelphia from the democrats and it has not work. it is a tough state but if mr. 0 electoral votes from hillary clinton he has to put together ohio, virginia, north carolina, florida, colorado,
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win a bunch of state where he is behind by a fair amount in some of hose states now. so it is really and obviously hillary clinton want to be there because she can hold pennsylvania, then you know, it is much better for her campaign. >> don't forget watch face the nation with john dick are son sunday morning at 10:30 right here on cbs-3. philadelphia police are still investigating the charred remains of the dead body found behind a building near railroad tracks in kensington. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh has more on this discovery and what nearby residents want from the city. >> reporter: behind these white sheets a disturbing discovery. >> i just saw body laying there. and, just before 8:00 friday morning investigators, from the k-9 unit swarmed the 2100 block of east allegheny avenue after someone reportedly found a body set on fire. >> i was so shocked i could not even see. i come out and i said no, no
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please go in the house. >> reporter: body so badly burned that the officials could not identify the body or determine the gender. >> it is devastating, heart breaking for anybody to, you know, lose their life like that. >> reporter: laundromat next door does have exterior surveillance cameras, manager tells us they have not work for some time. officials found that burned body in this alley way, as you can see, filled with trash and many tell us it has long been a problem area in this area and neighborhood. >> it has been a major problem for last ten years, dumping trash. >> reporter: upset residents say increased crime and drug use of fractured the place that they called home. >> i was already, you know, disgusted with the neighborhood and for this to happen it is like, putting a cherry on the top. >> we looked to the city to do their job and nobody wants to help. >> reporter: philadelphia's deputy managing director of community services says that they have been focused on kensington adding community policing and recovery programs. >> the issue is here and it is huge.
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is there countless resources that are being deployed into that area and there is definitely gaps that we're working to try to, you know, to meet and we recognize that. >> reporter: in kensington, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". coming up, disturbing comments released in the criminal investigation into a new york giants player. and now nfl policies on player conduct is coming under fire, story in our next half an hour, cherri. u.s. treasury secretary spent the afternoon here at merion anderson museum, i'm cherri gregg and will have more on what the visit has to do with this coming up. and i sat down with tyler per bye his new movie tyler berry a madea halloween, he talked about the movie, crazy characters and his true love for philadelphia, my
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well, this weekend at the movies, get ready to, scare up a blast with tyler perry's boo, madea halloween, new comedy opens up today. >> ukee, i had a one on one opportunity with the man, behind madea, and he shared his inspiration for the film, also explained why he has annex stream love and appreciation for philadelphia. >> i got backstage, i had to because just to watch people, roll out of their chairs to listen, it is a laughter effect, yeah we did it again. >> reporter: tyler perry he you this he had audience from the opening scene of his latest hoff i boo a madea halloween. we sat down with the writer, actor, director, all around funny guy during a screening of the film in philadelphia. >> i wanted to hit this and have people laugh that hard. so much is going on in this country, don't we just need to laugh a little bit. >> reporter: make them laugh, he does as madea takes on ghosts, creepy clowns and unrulely teenager in his
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latest installment of the politically incorrect and boisterous character. he says the instantvation behind the halloween theme, actually came from another comedian and close friend. >> if anybody is upset bit, chris rockies to blame. he did a movie called top five and in top five he called me up and said tyler i need to to with spoof, with madea a madea halloween. avenue does it, lionsgate said you have to to a halloween hoff i. i said let's try it. this is what we came up with. >> reporter: madea has taken on jail, family reunions, christmas and now halloween. perry who plays madea and ever cras uncle joe say these characters are endearing to fans because they are so familiar to us. >> they are grandfather, aunts, that old, non-politically correct person that was around that said whatever is on their mind. that is her and joeys that uncle that your ref rant, loud, foul, unkal that says
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whoever he wants to i just let him go. >> it ain't hurt nobody. >> reporter: perry says philly has shown him a lot of love over the years. >> philly has always been great from me from the very beginning, over 20 years ago, back in 1998. no, 18 years ago i came here to the miriam to play that theater and to have so much love, and i mean, my first time, feeling this energy up north, from one of my shows. i know i have been changed. it was massive. >> reporter: tyler perry is still juggling a lot from several tv series and movies but this halloween he just want to scare up some laughs. >> y'all need to go see boo or madea halloween, go see madea. >> yes, he tells it like it is. >> yes. >> i just loved him. he is such a great guy. guess what he said madea like geno's cheese steaks better. >> oh, really. >> madea, not tyler, madea.
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>> blames it on madea. >> how about that. >> we have to find out. >> it sound like saturday might be a good day to go to the theater. >> indoor activities, i believe tomorrow you are a college football fan, watch some of that, head to the hoff is, when want to to grocery shopping, get that done, tomorrow is a day for indoor that done, it is not a very nice day tomorrow, we will lay it out there like that. we will feel very strong, gusty wind all day. we will start the day with showers and then cold will come in, and if you are venturing out tomorrow evening, it should dry out if we have out door lance in the city, heading out to dinner but we will need coat and possibly gloves as well. that is a far cry from what we have been feeling this week. lets look outside right now with almost it sound unimaginable this is heading our way for tomorrow because look at how beautiful this shot is down the shore. it looks like a beach day. waves are rolling in. skies are blue. we have had a really nice day awaiting the arrival of the front. like mother nature saying enjoy it thousand because it is not going to last much
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longer. it won't. already, looking west to the whitefield elementary school camera in reading we're seeing dark cloud and picking up rain. contrast that with this shot from the cape may courthouse deep blue sky looking beautiful. you can see we have got this batch of showers, that has just started to move into western berks county, lancaster county. this is lifting north. it is starting to fizzle on the tail end. we may pick up scattered showers here this evening and tonight around the philadelphia area it is not a huge deal. it is overnight that the steady rain does start to move in. it will last into the first part of tomorrow as well. temperatures right now in the the city, very warm near 80 in philadelphia record for today by the way is 86. we will not break that record today. it is not a three day stretch of record but very warm, well above average. seventy-nine in allentown. seventy-six in wilmington and millville. here's that wall of cold. watch what happens when we zoom back west, we will be in the 50's in pittsburgh, state college, trenton. forty-eight in buffalo. so all this warmth, it is
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really on notice. it will be changing within the next several hours. this front comes through scattered showers this evening, heavier rain later tonight at 11:00 we will see heavier downpours. that will last through about 3:00 a.m. and scattered showers on the back edge of the storm, early tomorrow morning before it wind up and moves out and that purple across new york state and eastern canada that is snow. it will be cold enough for some snow. i would be shocked if the spot in the high elevations picks up a flier or two tomorrow with this cold air moving in. wind will be noticeable gusting to 40 miles an hour during the day saturday and that will make it feel like the 40's all day long. maybe even 30'0's if you are off to the north. feeling like 20's at times in the poconos. showers and a few rumble of thunder. wind picks up. gusty wind. morning showers. fifty-seven the high. that is misleading. i don't think it feels anything better than 47. sunday is much better for eagles game, cool but seasonably so with a breeze and monday looks good as well
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but next week we have got another cool down on the way, and it will get chilly. we had some 30's in the forecast overnight in the city. >> we will tell you when that comes. >> novice not that far off now. >> very close. >> thanks, appreciate it. hundreds of local children have a new safe place to play in their community. >> "eyewitness news" at discovery charter school in west philadelphia for construction of the brand new playground, organizers say design is based on artwork created by the students. the hundreds of the volunteers helped to headache it all possible in partnership with target, and non-profit contact boom. if you are like many parents you struggle to keep your children from too much screen time. >> so how long should they spend on tv shows, video games and digital devices, new guidelines from the doctors coming up, leslie. one long time rivals about to square off tonight in the friday football frenzy game of the week, it is battle of doylestown, cb east faces c.b. west, live preview of the
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friday football frenzy time, big rivalry. >> it is the going way back. >> your town, your team, your kid on tv, friday foot the ball frenzy and tonight our feature game of the week takes to us bucks county. central bucks east verse west. we have to go to doylestown where 96.5-amp radio bennet has a preview of the big game, hey there, bennet. >> leslie, thanks very much. what a beautiful night for some football, cb east and west, two neighborhood coming together just a game they will remember for their entire life. last night they came by 96.5-amp radio to get a sneak peak of what we can expect tonight the on the field. >> when we walk on the field we're defending our home turf. >> c.b. west host cb east at historic war memorial field when neighboring schools get together put all of the numbers and record out the window. 96.5-amp radio has bennet here
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with another high school take over. >> i'm here the with the captain from cb east, how biggies this rivalry. >> huge game, we're really excited about it, you hear rumors in schools and everybody is just the whole community is ready to go to the game. >> nice thing about this rivalry neither guys they played with from middle school they are familiar with the people they are playing on friday night, which is nice and rivalry that has been going on a long time. east/west rivalry, is very passionate and one that brings a lot of people out. >> reporter: what do you need to do to beat c.b. west their coach calls them a grinding team. >> we have to grind it out too, it is an emotional game, we have to match it, exceed it, and we have to be on top of our game and play our best game. >> a big part of it has to do with march football and emotions are high, tensions are high, we can the not make any mental errors. >> it doesn't hatter what your record is going into cb east and west. our guys are fired up. we are coming in with the mentality this is our home
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field and turf and we will deeven if that turf. >> do what we do, we will just, call the plays that are called and go out there and just win. >> these kids are great football players. might even be better on the radio. they will steel my job in a couple years. tv, radio in one night, pretty much kardashians at the this point, get your football team signed up next go to cbs for cbs-3 "eyewitness news" tom bennet for 96.5-amp radio. >> they were really good. >> nfl films type stuff out there. >> how about bennet, one name, i like it. >> i love it. >> that is all you need. >> coming up next, how much is too much screen time for children, what doctors say about tv, video games and other digital devices.
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disturbing documents released in the criminal investigation in the new york giants player and now nfl policies on player conduct are coming under fire. the story at this break. plus this... i'm seth down at castle gone doll faux where popes have been setting back for centuries and now he is letting us see his private apartment. and new at 6:00 o'clock tonight a instantvational story of other coming obstacles as we recognize national disability employment awareness month. stephanie stahl introduces us to a man who thought he lost everything only to find it all
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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.
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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. but pat toomey actually owned a bank. about how to make debt work for you, ask me. most people owe the bank. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws...
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to benefit wall street and banks like his. voting to gut consumer protections that crack down... on predatory lending and fraud. to take money from you and... line the pockets of wall street millionaires like... himself. pat toomey: out for himself, all in for wall street. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. the nfl player conduct policy is now back in the national spotlight, after allegations of domestic abuse, surfaced against a new york giants star, kicker. some critics say his one game
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suspension, was punishment enough. news continues at 5:30 i'm natasha brown. good evening, i'm natasha brown. jessica is off. disturbing claims of abuse by josh brown against his ex-wife. in his own words, giants kick are josh brown said he viewed himself as a god, basically, and she was my slave. the journal entries and e-mails were released by king county sheriff's office in work ton state as part of the investigation in the 2015 domestic abuse complaint made by brown's now ex-wife, molly n1 entry brown wrote when i control her she should be invisible and satisfied. she should die. brown's former wife alleged more than 20 instances of domestic abuse but criminal case was eventually dropped after holy decided not to testify. in the locker room, yesterday giants player spoke about hear star kicker. >> his personal life is his personal life. help he is indoors in these
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locker room he is our team hate. that is all we can go by. >> reporter: release of documents has giants and nfl in the spotlight after several other high profile domestic abuse cases. giants owner john mara says thursday in a radio interview that the team knew about the abuse but decided to keep brown on the roster. >> we knew he had been in counseling for a couple years and he had been diligent about going to counseling and he had made a good faith effort. >> reporter: brown was initially suspended for opening game of the season by the nfl for violating the personal conduct policy. the league has reopened the investigation. the national football league says that they were denied requests for all of the information, in the 2015 domestic abuse case. giants announced yesterday that josh brown would not travel to london for this weekend's game. the team released a statement saying giants do not conn donor excuse any form of domestic violence. gunfire continued on friday, after militants armed
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with assault rifles and explosives attacked targets in and around the northern iraqi city of kirkuk. it was aimed at iraqi forces, and massive offensive against the terrorist held city of mosul. kirkuk is 100 miles from the his lamb i can state held city of hose you will where iraqi forces have been waging a wide scale offensive since monday. today we are getting a rare look inside some of the most private rooms in the papal residents. visitors are now able to see the bedroom of pope francis and other private spaces. correspondent seth down takes you on a tour inside castle gandolfo, italy. >> reporter: air is cooler up here this is mountains and just take a look at this view. you can see why popes have have been coming here to escape for centuries but pope francis is the peoples pope, so opening his own private apartment for the people to
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see falls right in line with that republicantation. francis opened castle gandolfo to tourist in 2014, but the public had never been allowed to see these rooms, until today. take a look in here, the most private of rooms, this is the pope's bedroom. remarkably, simple for a pope. here is his bed, what one pope does is not binding to the next, so it is possible that this room under a future pope would be off limits again. this just off the pope's bedroom, is his private chapel. the pope's predecessor bendik and john paul, ii were regulars but pope francis has never spent the night here. this pope has donna way with form halts, no longer using the red costume hade shoes, turning in his mercedes pope mobile and often using a kia instead. so turning over his summer residents to tourist seems
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like the logical next step. for cbs news i'm seth down at castle gandolfo. >> very humble. >> well, secretary of the treasury spent the a afternoon at the home of the late merion anderson in south philadelphia. >> as reporter cherri gregg from our sister station k kyw news radio shows us, he was looking for a bit of instant celebration. >> reporter: through her fashion... and her trail blazing, impact on history, all of the impact into her modest home. treasury second dana blue took it all in. secretary lou announced in the spring that the treasury will be redesigning several bills of u.s. currency to add women to the fold. face of the 20 will feature abolitionist harriet tubman, back of the ten, story of women suffer rage and back of the five which shows the lincoln memorial will feature composite of martin luther
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king junior, elinor roosevelt and, of course, merion anderson. >> the lincoln memorial is more than just a monument to abraham lincoln. it has become one of the great spots in our country where people committed to making this a belter country. >> reporter: anderson broke racial barriers when she sang on the steps of the lincoln memorial, and by first lady elinor roosevelt sparking the civil rights movement. >> today is different in this country because of what happened on the steps of the lincoln memorial that day. >> reporter: anderson was a u.s. ambassador, pay tree eighth, donating 98 percent of her proceeds from her voice of america album to the country's war efforts during world war two. >> that shows you enough about her love of country, her love of patriotism. >> reporter: lou says new bill designed is in progress and will be released under the new administration but he is hoping that the americans will see the $59 bill and remember. >> the history that you cherish is the history that
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you would receive. >> reporter: in south philadelphia, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". looking for inspiration, he found it. >> beautiful. >> no doubt. >> a new tech store gives all proceed to the rescue group that saves abused animals, tori has details in 15 minutes. kevin? >> reporter: i'm kevin frazier big hoff i coming out but i'm more excited to be here in philadelphia, natasha and ukee i'll talk about jack reacher in just a moment. look at how close we are right now. doctors always say limit your screen time but now there are new guidelines, and the old rule about no screen time for babies has changed, we will have details in ten minutes, kate. well, weekend is just about upon us and unfortunately we don't have any weather like this to tell but, big change owes the way front comes through with some showers we will start your saturday with scattered showers and then sun returns but look at how much cooler it is and those numbers 58 in the
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city, 54 down the shore, 47 in the poconos, not even a true representation, wind over 30 or 35 miles an hour, will make it feel ten to 15 degrees colder then term ter indicates all day long. sunday much better, still a breeze but lots of sunshine and slightly hielder with highs back in the 60's especially in the city and down the shore, we will be right
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taking something from throwing, and headaching something a beauty, it is true art and coming from throwing and headaching a name in the art world is a true mission for one man from north philadelphia. >> cbs-3 photo journalist brad now turns his lens on jeremiah using spray cans, brushes, paint, and embracing the beauty of opportunity. >> we are in the heart of north philadelphia.
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like i was raised by my so when people talk about think had wisdom before people even knew what it was. forty-sixth and huntingdon. so where everybody sit up here and see they goivity i see prosperity and progress. >> my name is jeremiah. they call me jalapeno. jalapeno. i want you to be fight and see creativity for what it is. because, i do it for the youth. i don't really do it for high self. i do it to show the youth, that, i say i transfer because that is what i do. >> it is for he, forever, it might not be but i take everything that is negative and i turn it into positive.
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a lot of people laughed at he. said i would have never, never, i would never be able to tell ain't nobody going to buy it. everything is trash. i stuck with high dreams. now i'm grateful to just live it, you know. >> when you are chasing something you don't ever want to let it out of your sight. you want to focus on your goals ahead. that is what you do. it is all opportunity. opportunity. >> we work hard on what i do and i believe, and i'm passionate and i just want the world to see it. >> opportunity. >> excellent job, jeremiah. absolutely right thousand. great job brad now. >> check out jeremiah's work at broad and cecil b more as well. >> opportunity is what it is all about. >> do your kid watch tv, play
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tablets or short phone what doctors have new guidelines on screen time and some of the youngest children are on the list, details after a short break, we will be
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on the healthwatch tonight new guide lines were released today on children and limiting their time, in front of television, phone, and computer screens. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here to explains the new recommendations. >> reporter: new recommendations out, young kids could spend hours a day in front of the tv or playing compute are games. experts say that is why it is so important for parents to supervise and limit that screen time. well to take american academy of pediatrics put out its new recommendationing specifically dealing with digital media. >> sarah osbourne limits how
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much time her daughters spend in front of the screens especially her 19 month-old. >> little people appropriate tv for 15 minutes, and they have just a few different apps, because they don't need anything else. >> reporter: for more than 15 years american academy of pediatrics said children under two should use no media at all. now group is out with new recommendations that parents of children 18 to 24 months who want to introduce digital media should be sure to choose high quality, educational programming. >> what you really want to headache sure you are doggies co viewing it so thaw are narrating what is going on, reteaching what they are learning and if they are to go any sort of app co playing. >> reporter: new guidelines recommend children under 18 months should avoid all screen time except video chatting. children one to five should be limited to one hour per day of media and children six and older should have consistent time limits on how much time that they get. >> we want to make sure that entertainment in springtime is
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not just displacing physical activity or family meals and kid are getting adequate sleep. >> that is why sarah restricts her girls time in front of the screens. >> i also rather have them doing other things like being outside, playing with their friend, being creative. >> reporter: the academy of pediatrics say families should develop a media plan with specific rules for kids, with their screen time, demand there. you know there is all kind of reason. ukee brought up their eyes. >> what about their eyes. >> looking at a screen, you don't blink as much, good for your eyes. so many other things. limits are good. >> maybe even for adults. >> no question about it. >> that is right. >> thanks. >> kate joins with us our forecast on this friday, folks looking at you for the weekend, young lady. >> parent of young kid on a rainy, wet, windy day hard to keep them off the screen, we have to come up with creative activity tomorrow because it is not the day you want to be outside too much. we are tracking rain, very strong wind and a major, major
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drop in the mercury. it will feel so much colder outside tomorrow then it has all week long. here's what it is looking like this evening, beautiful evening across the area but the cloud have started to roll in now as our front approaches and this is kind of beginning of the end so to speak. you can see cloud in the the sky still nice, this bethlehem but just a few cloud filtering in not a bad evening to be out and about, grabbing dinner on main street. you do not even need coat outside tonight and if you have dinner lance tomorrow completely different story feeling like zero's tomorrow at this time when you head off to dinner. live look at city from the palmyra cove nature park you can see sky line in the backdrop. beautiful sunny day over taken by cloud cover. temperatures in the mid 70's. here comes the changes. we have showers, they have weakened a bit and they are lifting north. most of our area still dry. we could pick up scattered showers here around seven or 8:00 but it is overnight we will see this front start to make additional progress and back edge of this system is there still a lot of shower
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activity diving down into west virginia. that is when we will see early tomorrow morning. this is in the just a quick hitting line of showers and in the clear. we will be dealing with this in the start of the weekend. big temperature swings is what we're looking at we have had two records this week wednesday and thursday high so far, 79. tomorrow, highs only in the 50's we hey hit our high for tomorrow at midnight and then temperatures stay low, that is how much colder it will be for your saturday that cold wind north and west highs in the 50's. showers in the morning, we will clear it out, sunday high pressure to build back in, cool day, but feeling better, it will feel like the 60's as temperatures head back to more seasonal levels. monday looks good with highs in the 60's, sunny and breezy but worst of the wind is tomorrow. this will take down leaves as well, any showers tomorrow morning with the wind gusting over 30 miles an hour watch for wet leaves, slippery spots here and there, wind will be strong over 30 to 35 miles an hour all day long tomorrow.
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tonight's showers, rumble of thunder or two. wind pick up 567892 degrees. tomorrow gusty wind, showers in the morning and then clearing. wind could gust to 40 miles an hour. heading to the autism speaks walk at citizens bank park tomorrow morning a great event i was there last year. bundle up, it will be wind which showers, 53 degrees at the start of the walk. heading down the shore very windy, wind gusting to 45 miles an hour down the shore, showers around and morning rain in the poconos as well. good news is tomorrow is the worst of it then back to the mid 60's, nice weather sunday and monday but then another cool down it is brisk, chilly and lots of sunshine through middle of next week. ukee and natasha, back to you. in theaters this weekend, tom cruise returns in an action sequel. >> and kevin frazier from entertainment tonight is here, that is right in philadelphia with behind the scenes look at jack reacher, never go back. >> reporter: ukee and natasha, thanks for letting me hang out in your house. great to be here in philadelphia this week tom
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cruise returns as jack reacher, the military anti hero, this time he is unraveling a major governmental conspiracy in jack reacher, never go back. >> turn around mister, let me see your hand, slowly. tomorrow. >> reporter: tom cruise returns as jack reacher this time helping his friend major turn laid by column bye when she's accuse of espionage and unraveling a governmental conspiracy and process. friendship between the two added different element to the movie. >> the emotion of the film and relationship, so, you know, with the movie, you always want trailers, densely represent the tone, and there is always, i like it when you go to the movie and is there more to it. is there more to this. >> it is a resource full character who plays by his own
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rules. >> i just think it is classic, cinema material, the kind of characters that iconic characters that we had in sin had when i was growing up, and it is just enormously entertaining. it allows for the kind of of character, exploration and fun that you can have in a movie like this. >> do you think you are above the law but i'm not the law. >> reporter: for entertainment tonight i'm kevin frazier now right back just a few steps over to ukee and natasha over at news desk. >> kevin frazier in the house. >> so close. >> we like having him close. >> it is not your average place to work. >> new store with everything from foods, treats, toys helping teens and rescue abused
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if you are on the look out for somewhere to shop for your pet there is a new place to check out. >> so-called, dogs soldiers are behind the business, that has a very unique twist to it, "eyewitness news" reporter vittoria woodill went to bucks county to see what it is all about. >> reporter: there is a new pet supply store in the richboro, called justice for all. the store's packed with pet food, accessories and even cute toys for all of your fury friends. but there is something you do not see next to the goods on their shelves. the goods they are doing for abused animals when you make a purchase. >> 100 percent of the net proceeds go to helping abused animals. >> reporter: russell harper knows a lot about animal abuse because he is an animal cruelty officer. he heads a team of individual called justice rescue who provides hands on emergency services to animals in need 24/7. directly dealing with abusers and even offering a safe haven for animals who have no homes. >> we started off this rescue as a bunch of guys that went out to help an has but quickly learned in order for us to be
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highly effective we needed to go through the schooling to become humane cruelty officers. >> reporter: not your typical boutique owner. >> no, that is true. we have had customers come in and after we talk about what we're doing and how it is affecting abused animals, turf ask why wouldn't you boost from somewhere like us. >> reporter: with 100 percent of the store's net proceeds helping rescue, adopt rehabilitation animals is there no question why patrons like patricia and bella shop here. >> that is why i support them there is not enough organizations like this. >> reporter: pet store with a purpose, to fund protection of the abused animals so these helpless faces see the light. >> we are only organization that does what we do. so for everybody looking for rescue stories we do or more information they can check us out on the the facebook page justice rescue all of our links to the store, to the rescues, and where you can actually report abuse and as well look for the dog thaw are looking for your family we do
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adoptions through this as well. >> reporter: vittoria woodill for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> loving it. >> great cause. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 donald trum in town what the can kate is doing in our area and why not everyone is happy bit. reason hillary clinton won't be far behind. this could be the last you'll see a picketing outside more than a dozen state colleges and universities, in pennsylvania, details on the deal to end the strike. lost memoirs were found on the new york city street by a south jersey woman, tonight we're seeing reunion as photos find their way back to their owners, kate is this. >> reporter: we are awaiting the arrival of the strong cold front most of the day has been great but now showers starting to move in, i'll track showers and even thunderstorms for tonight, and tell you just how cold it will get, we will cut things in half, almost across the area we will explain what i mean coming upright now on "eyewitness news" at 6:00.
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and here's is what happening on the campaign trail swings through pennsylvania. tonight crowd are lining up in bucks county to see republican nominee, donald trump. but not everyone is happy about his visit to newtown tonight. good evening i'm ukee washington. i'm natasha brown in for guess contact "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt is live from newtown where trump is expect in a half an hour or so, david? >> reporter: hi in a cash a people are slowly filing in here. they have to get through security. we saw several thousand people outside, donald trump was at a rally in johnstown pennsylvania, western part of the state earlier and then take the stage tonight but not everyone in newtown is happen bye this tonight because it is on the site of the popular athletic club, in fact, ukee and natasha some people have have cancelled their memberships. thousands waited in line to see donald trump at newtown athletic club b


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