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live look now at storm scan3, it is rainy, raw to start the weekends, so grab the coats and the jacket. justin is ahead to tell us he can actually what we can expected to. pennsylvania once again in the political spotlight, where the democratic campaigning, one day after the republican nominee rallies supporters in bucks county. >> to the is saturday, october 22, i'm january car day owe, right over to meteorologist, justin drabick. all good things must come to an end. those 80 degrees days gone for now. >> it was nice, yes, if you like the warm temperatures, yes, i don't foe if we'll see any more 80s, 70s possibly, but next several days we will bring back to average. so fall weather fans, they'll love this forecast. little rough outside this morning, though. it is winnie. it is rainy. kind of raw. try to hold off if you can headed outdoors, if you more hours, get rid of the light rain. heavy rain, only pick up a .10 of an inch in philadelphia so far, still rainingment check it out. we have the clouds,
visibility, okay. but, you see the wet roads there on the center city streets. some of the highways, little rough to travel this morning, a loft roads, very little ponding to deal with. fifty-two for the current air temperature right now, northwest wind though increasing, right now, the sustained at 17 miles per hour, northwest breeze, that is going to keep our temperatures below average today. there you can see the rain that confined across eastern pennsylvania, new jersey, parts of delaware, but the steady rain starting to move off to the north and east, still couple of showers possible, even late morning. so again the steadiest rain through 8:00 this morning, it will be windy throughout the ten day. between 8:00 and noon. scattered shower or two possible, this after none, a clouds braking out through some sunshine, but the sun won't do much for temps. forty-nine in allentown, 52 for philadelphia, and pretty much going to climb maybe only few more degrees this afternoon. sustained winds, 15 to over 20 miles per hour in some spots right now, they increase this afternoon. also, later this morning, autism speaks walk, at citizens bank park, little
rough therefore the walk. windy, cool, 53 degrees, at 10:00. maybe a shower or two. and forecast high today up to 57 degrees. only in the four's, in the poconos. little bit milder for the second half of the weekend, sunday will turning out to be nice day. we will talk about that coming up in a few minute, jan. >> thank you we begin this morning with breaking news out every burlington county. a car has reportedly hit a pedestrian on route 73 in maple shade. now, police say, it happened around 3:00 this morning. northbound lanes, no extent of the injuries, told that driver stayed on the scene. >> and new this morning, two philadelphia police officers suffer minor injuries, after a crash involving an unmark police cruiser in east germantown. it is not clear what caused this crash, which happened at germantown avenue and high street around 2:30 this morning. the cause of this crash is now under investigation. >> philadelphia police are looking for a gunman and a motive after a triple shooting in west oaklane.
last night investigators responded to the corner of ogontz avenue and walnut lane. police say two men were shot in the leg. and the third man was shot in the arm. the victims were standing near the fence of a side after store, when police say the gunman opened fire. >> a male wearing all dark appeared from around the dark corner. he started shooting. firing approximately seven shots. we found seven spent casings on the sidewalk. >> now, police say, none of the gunshot wounds are life threatening. >> a a fill -- series of cyber attacks have been knocking out major website. it is raising fears of attacks on banks and other commerce sites. "eyewitness news" reporter, greg argos, talks to local cyber security expert about how this happened. >> reporter: the outages began around noon friday, on the east coast. some of the countries most well known websites, suddenly went off line.
twitter, spotify, air b and b, netflix, visa, dark. >> definitely alarm willing, the websites most popular. >> i think it is crazy that all of these places, all of these internet sources are out, just because people go to this for so much news and everything that they need for their daily lives. >> i just don't know what i am ' going to do tonight. >> the attack so serious, the department of homeland security is now investigating. >> i'm not aware that any public at us. >> it has become specially seen it in the last few month, the new war front for the us. >> lisa garber, signing err security attorney and expert says hackers target add company contracted by some of these major site. >> basically hit out of new hampshire hit with a denial of is her have i attack. >> what is a denial of service attack? think of it like a roadblock. hackers create barriers in this case fake users, which flood the sites, and then
prevent the real users from accessing. garber says though friday's attack appears to have targeted entertainment sites, any website is vulnerable. who ever is responsible could easily target other sites or systems. >> are they trying to demonstrate what capability they have? why are they showing us that? >> in philadelphia. >> this type of tech obviously affect every area of our lives, our personal life, our work life, social life, everything. >> greg argos, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> more proof this morning of pennsylvania's crucial role in campaign 2016. hillary clinton and runningmate, tim kaine, campaigning this evening at the university of pennsylvania. they are holding a get out the vote rally at dunk championship field, the doors there open at 6:15. now, before they head to philadelphia, clinton and tim kaine will campaign together in pittsburgh. meantime last night, donald trump promised more jobs for pennsylvanians, while campaigning in bucks county. during a rally in newtown, the president a.m. nominee planned
to increase naval spending and promised philadelphia would play a major role. trump also prom ills today invest in pennsylvania's energy industry. the secretary of the treasury spent the afternoon friday at the home of the late marion anderson in south philadelphia. and as a reporter cherri gregg from our sister station "kyw news radio" shows us, he was looking for a bit of inspiration. >> from her music to her fashion. >> ♪ >> and her trail blazing impact on history. >> all of this packed into her modest home, and treasury secretary, jacob lou, took it all in. secretary lou, announces the spring that the treasury would be redesigning several bills of us currency to add women to the fold, the face of the 20 will feature abolishionists harriet tub man, to back up the ten, the story of women sufferage, to back up the five which now shows the lincoln memorial will feature a a
composite of martin luther king, jr., elmore roosevelt, of course, marion anderson. >> the lincoln memorial is more than just a monument as to abraham lincoln. it has become one of the great spots in our country where people committed to making this a better country. >> anderson broke racial barriers when she sang on the steps of the lincoln memorial. by lady eleanor roosevelt, sparking the civil rights movement. >> because of what happened on the steps. memorial that day. >> us a.m. back bass door, donating 98 of the proceeds to her platinum selling voice albumn to the country war effort during worlds war two. >> that shows you enough about her love of country, her love of patriotism. >> says the new bill designed is in progress, will be released un the new administration, but he is hoping americans will see the 5-dollar bill and remember. >> history that you cherish is
the history that you repeat. >> "kyw news radio", cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and, happening today, the harry potter festival takes over philadelphia's chestnut hill neighborhood. the festival has turned six blocks of germantown avenue to willow grove avenue into block party closing it off to traffic. expect record crowds. we have a link with more information on the harry potter festival on our website that's cbsphilly.com. and still ahead on "eyewitness news": making the skies more friendly. new proposed rules would affect baggage fees, on line ticketing, and how passengers are treated. and it is a very unique kind of adder taking blazing hot material, and turning it into a beautiful creation. we'll give you inside look at the fascinating world of glass blowing. >> and take look at their faces. what went wrong behind the camera that led to this
surprise reaction? we'll tell when you we come right back. republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families.
>> the skies could be getting friendlier. obama
administration proposing new rules to protect airline passengers. jim donovan has the details. >> reporter: from afraid of plaids flights, to long security lines. >> what are we? we're people. we're humans. we're not cattle. >> flying can be frustrating experience. >> now, the transportation
department is proposing new rules to ease some of that pain. starting with luggage. the government already requires carriers refund check bag fees when luggage is lost. the new rules go a step further and re fun for bags substantially delayed. also, when it comes to flight delays, airlines would not only have to report their own delays, but their regional partners, as well. >> transparency ticket on line, sites that sell airline tickets would be prohibited from favoring one airline, and not showing all available ticket prices. not everyone is happy with the proposal. airlines for america, a pro airline trade organization, cautioned the rules could harm customers by re-regulating harelips lines driving up the cost of air travel. some of the new rules will take effect in the coming months. other have yet to be finalized. >> now the rules also require the airlines to admit more mistakes, like how often they
fail to properly help customers who need wheelchairs. reporting for "3 on your side", i'm jim donovan. >> well, listen to this. we told you about this memory card full of photos that was lost in new york city was found by a south jersey woman. now we have a great update. the card has been reunited with it rightful owner. >> no problem, thank you. >> so, gaylord whitt is from germany, performing in a orchestra in new york city. he lost the card last week, while visiting 9/11 memorial. tammy of cape may county found it while doing the same thing, whitt said he is happy to have the memories back. >> lot of memories. >> now the member rip card contained more than 2,000 photos taken during whitt's travels all around the world.
>> unforgettable moment unintentional. photographer leslie hollings worth was snapping wedding portraits in birmingham, alabama, notice the jaws drop on their faces when stepped off curb to widen her shot, and was almost hit by a speeding car. thankfully, she was not hurt. but the moment was priceless for one wedding albumn. that's a scary moment, we're thankful she's okay. careful out there. i bet justin not picture perfect day today. >> specially this morning, gets little bet they are afternoon, but pretty miserable outside. weather watchers reporting raw conditions out, there temperatures 40's to about 50 degrees, windy, steady light rain across part of the region, check in with the temperatures right now, and there is not much change across the neighborhoods, generally, upper 40's, to around 50. temps aren't going up a whole lot with a little sun. newark delaware, dolores lee, she does say it is miserable, glasco, delaware, 50, 50 in delran, nottingham, fran also
at 50 degrees, up 40th's in cardington. lou up in eagleville at 48. chilly 46 out in west chester this hour. that's at steve johnson's house. we have the rain, not whole lot of rain. hey we take it. generally quarter of an inch or less so far, with the rain, dolores lee .22 so far. fifteen hundreds of an inch, down in glasco, delaware. then not much in chester county, so the further west you go, the less rain, only a hundred of an inch there in not inning ham, philadelphia here, .16 of an inch, almost quarter of an inch in cherry hill. coming off temperatures mid eight's for the past few days, obviously felt like summer. little reminder out in delran, remember, ya, that's going to be coming before you know it, a lot of snow there. so hopefully you enjoyed the warm temperatures, we bring it back down to where we should be this time of yearment take you up to the lehigh valley right now, live look at bethlehem from the hotel bethlehem. northampton county wet roads right there. and the rain should hold on
little bit longer into the lehigh valley through about 8:00 maybe even 9:00. at least the steady rain. then it should break newspaper few showers. check out storm scan3, that batch of rain confine over eastern pennsylvania. so not much happening in western chester county, northwest berks county, areas to the west are good. and then we do have batch of heavy rain coming over the delaware river right in you, over the delaware memorial bridge, we zoom in little bit here, into part of salem county, you can see, some brighter yellows here, just indicating few burst of some heavier showers building on in, but other than that, just steadier, light rain, just to make it miserable outside. slowing thing down little bit on the roads. winds, they'll gusting up to 40 miles per hour later this afternoon, stays winnie tonight, sustained wind up around 20, through the overnight hours, even into sunday. still, windy day, that northwest wind starting to bring in the cooler air. so, we have warm afternoon, past several days, now the cool night. those are good ingredients to get good fall collar, almost at peak, especially up into the poconos, so a lot of high
color going on there. probably peaking over the next few days, already past peak in some spots up into northern new england, still some time to go here in philadelphia, probably next weekend, and it will be close to peak around philadelphia, and surrounding suburbs. cold front continues to push slowly off to the north and east today, just allows the coal air to build in, so high temperatures today, stuck in the 50's. back to average, mid 60s afternoon temperatures, and those temps hold into monday, moving back into that dry pattern, as well. so through about 8:00 some steady rain, eastern pennsylvania new jersey starts to move to the north and east, couple of showers are possible, through about noontime today. and we should see few peaks of sun, specially west of the city. by mid afternoon, tonight, generally clear skies. still windy. tomorrow nice end to the weekends, sunshine. temperatures not much change from where we are today or this morning, mid maybe up ear's at best. and then tonight temperatures, down to the 40's, and maybe some 30's in the cooler suburbs, but good rebound
tomorrow, low potentially even mid 60s for afternoon high. but let's talk about this winds. this is going to make it feel cooler. look at some of the future feels-like temperatures this afternoon. forty's, that's about it, tonight 30's in a lot of spot, certainly need the heaviest coats if you are head the out this evening. it is tomorrow morning. so today, morning rain around, then windy, cool they are afternoon, 57 degrees, that's it. tonight, breezy, chilly, partly cloudy skies, low of 44. good forecast tomorrow, for the vikings-eagles game, king off 1:00. in the sunshine, game time temperature 62 degrees. little breezy though west winds 15 to 20 miles per hour. extended forecast, nothing but sunshine for the next several days. mid 60s, sunday, monday, then back to the 50's tuesday, wednesday, probably the next best chance to see some showers hold off until next friday. jan back over to you. >> justin, thank you. well it may not be a great day to spend outside there is an indoor attraction, vittoria
woodill went to lancaster county to try out the art of glass blowing. one of the many interesting things to see at the fair. >> art form. >> we take raw glass, melt it down to 2,000 degrees, we below into it using breath to sculp the glass. >> revitalized during the renaissance in europe, you can watch glass blowing at the pennsylvania renaissance fair taking shape through an open workshop. >> jeremy thomas the glass smith, who tells us working with glass is just like working with candy. >> you can really stretch it, mold it. >> at the moment, he has been blowing up glass pumpkins. but is taking a break to show us one technique to give glass color and make it bloom. >> i'll get your glass on the end of this. so go ahead, take the pipe, there you go. now, you are going to pivot your right elbow up. there you go. just put that tip, kind of push down gently. see that glass stretch, and spread.
and let it rest for a moment. >> little chips are other pieces of colored glass. mixed with different metals that create colors. once melted, it is time to pull pedals like cat taffy canned. >> i go back through it, inbetween those pinches, grab the tension, pull out little bit. turn the pipe. then pinch. let go. and pinch. and repeat. >> a final pull drops the glass down like honey. >> oh, it is so pretty. >> now it will cool off. it is still moving. it is still about is 100 degrees right now. go ahead, touch the stem with the tweezers. >> watering the flowers and seals the fate. >> there go, pop right off. >> then into the furnace wait to go harden, then to find it a home. >> sometimes it is authorities sell, some of them, i don't want to sell. but, you know, it is a lot of fun, and just every day i'm greatful that i get to do this for a living. >> vittoria woodill, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". well, that vittoria woodill get some good
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the man behind mad de a, he shared his inspiration for the film and explained why he has an extreme love, and appreciation, for philadelphia. >> tyler perry new he had the audience from the opening scene of his latest movie, boo, a madi. a halloween, salt down with the righter, actor, director all around funny guy, during the screening of the film in philadelphia. >> i wanted to hit this cord. i wanted feel laugh that hard, yes, because so much going on. we just need to laugh little bit. >> make them laugh he does, he takes on ghosts, creamy clowns, unreal i teenager in his latest installment of the politically incorrect and ever boisterous character. he says, the inspiration behind the halloween theme actually came from another comedian, and close friends. >> if anybody's upset about it, chris rock is to blame. he did the movie called top five.
and in top five he called me up. he said, tyler, i just need to do this spoof with madea. , called boo. and then wait a minute, tyler, you got to do that who have i. you have to do the halloween move a. so this is what we came up with. >> madea has taken on jail, family reunions, christmas, now halloween. perry, who plays made a and the ever krass uncle joe, says those characters are so enduring to fans, because they seem so familiar to us. >> their grandmother, their grandfathers, they're aunt, that old non-politically correct person that was around, who said what was ever on their minds, that's her and joe, joe is that uncle that i have remember rent, loud, foul uncle they will just says whatever he want to. and i cut him loose in this movie. i just let him go. >> little loving tapping never hurt nobody. >> perry says philly has shown him a loft love over the years. >> over 20 years ago, 98, what, 18 years ago when i
started, i came here to the merium. and to play that theater, to have first time, and it was mad did tyler perry still juggling a lot from several tv series to movies but this halloween he just want to scare up some laughs. >> you all need to go see boo madea halloween on october 2; go see madea. >> market it on your calendars, much more still ahead on "eyewitness news". show you how the community is support ago police officer injured in the line of duty and how you can help in his recovery, too. and we will will also have this: >> it is a tribute fitting for a king. i'm justin finch, at the kimmel center where the philly pops new show, might just get
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> from shorts to sweatshirt, a wet start to the weekend, as we take live look at storm scan3. justin
is tracking when the showers will move out of our area. >> pennsylvania in the political spotlight, where the democratic ticket is planning on campaign event today, one day after the republican nominee rallies supporters in bucks county.
>> helping atlantic city police officer shot in the line every duty. men and woman are doing in blue, and somehow you can show your support, too. >> good morning, i'm jan carabeo. let's get right out to meteorologist, justin drabick, out there on the cbs-3 skydeck for us for eyewitness weather. i think i can hear the raindrops, justin. >> obviously the umbrella, getting windy forum bella, too, protected hereby the buildings but walking out in the center city street, they just get little too winnie. we will be dealing with gusts to up around 40 miles per hour later this morning, into the afternoon. check out storm scan3, you can see where that steadiest rain is, pretty much, eastern pennsylvania, south jersey, into part of northern delaware and few more hours here, we will be dealing with the steady rain, delaware valley is, but you can see, drier weather does return over central pennsylvania so that should get in hereby the
afternoon, perhaps even see few peaks every sunday shine, but there is not going to be much change in the temperatures, right now, stuck in the upper 50s to about 50 degrees, on our way up to maybe mid and up ear's at best, so through 8:00 light rain, winnie, between eight # and noon, still can't rule out shower or two, then this afternoon some clearing, just stays winnie. forty-nine allentown, low 450's in philadelphia on south and east, winds kicking up little bit sustained over 20 miles per hour in some locations, they continue to increase into the afternoon. casino every split weekend. so today, it is rainy, this morning, cool, 57 degrees for the high tomorrow, back to mostly sunny skies, still breezy, but comfortable, temperatures where they should be right around 64 degrees. and then moving back into that dry weather pattern, and there is real now big warm up coming up any time soon. talk about the seven day coming up in just a few minute, jan, back to you. >> thank you. donald trump is promising what he calls a major speech, and in gettysburg this morning,
reportedly intends to layout his plans for first 100 days in office. last night, the republican presidential nominee told supporters in bucks county, he would rebuild america's military. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt was there. >> it is time to drain the swam in washington, d.c. came out swinging friday night before pack crowd on the grounds of the newtown athletic center. >> we will re bill our navy, do it western american steel made right here in pennsylvania. >> trump spent the first few minutes, talking about the us navy and plan town crease spending while giving philadelphia a prominent position. he then turned to the state of pennsylvania, where recent polls show him trailing hillary clinton. >> we are going to start making things in pennsylvania again, then pivoting to the third and final debate. >> who won the debate?
that was not close, except for couple of dishonest groups, they would say oh, i think she won. give me a break. >> trump fans waited hours outside and agree. he won the debate, and will win on november 8th. going to be very close. do you have believe the polls. but i think, i think he has a chance to take pennsylvania. >> never did i expect myself here. once in a lifetime event. once in a lifetime event. just like his movement. it is a movement. >> november 8th, get out and vote, november 8th. thank you, e,vedy at 11:00 this morning. david spunt, "eyewitness news". >> meanwhile, the democratic ticket of hillary clinton and tim kaine will be campaigning tonight, at the university of pennsylvania. the doors for the get out the vote rally there open at 6:15. now, yesterday, clinton held a rally in cleveland, like
pennsylvania, ohio, is a critical battleground state. she says a clinton administration would build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. clinton also told supporters that a republican rival comments on the result of the election are unprecedented. >> donald trump did something no other presidential nominee has ever done. he refused to say he would respect the result of this election. >> make no mistake, by doing that, he is threatening our determine okras. >> i clinton and tim kaine are head today philadelphia by way of pittsburgh, polls indicate that clinton maintains a stable lead, here in pennsylvania. >> it is only 16 days until election day, so stay with "eyewitness news", and cbsphilly.com for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. >> homecoming weekend, now the
faculty can enjoy it as much as the student will. the union representing members of 14 pennsylvania state universities reached attentive contract agreement, ending three day walk out. it provides raises for all employees, also requires them to pick up greater share of their healthcare costs, the deal must now go to the full union for radification. the three day strike disrupted classes for that than 100,000 students, first strike in the system 34 years. new jersey governor chris christie's former deputy chief of staff, broke her long silence in court, about the bridgegate scandal. facing conspiracy charges, she testified christine new about lane closures, planned at the george washington bridge, and she claims the traffic was anticipated with traffic study and she briefed christie weeks beforehand, kelly testified the traffic troubles, the study calls, was not meant to punish fort lee's mayor. governor christie has denied
any wrong-doing. >> critics of legislation to abolish so-called san too area cities in pennsylvania are camping out. imigrants, clergy, activist also holding all night verge ill at philadelphia city hall. mayor jim kenney has declared philadelphia a sanctuary city. meaning the city grants san too area to undocumented immigrants from federal officials. the activists are concerned about house bill 1885, it would give police and local government immigration enforcement powers. the bill is passed the house, and could be voted on by the senate next week. today is national prescription drug take-back day. police departments and pharmacies throughout the philadelphia region are excepting unused or expired drugs. the goal to prevent the abuse of prescription medicine, in a safer and effective way. now runs from 10:00 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon, and if you need to find local drop-off place, we have link for you at cbsphilly.com. and, atlantic city police officer shot in the line of
duty last month, is getting better every day. two of his closest friends talked to our cleve bryan about his road to recovery, and the other ways his fellow brothers and sisters in blue are helping to support him. five weeks ago, josh gave a smile and thumbs-up, letting everyone know he was down but not out. >> one thing about josh, josh is a fighter. >> shot until the head responding to armed robbery call labor day weekend. after successful brain surgery, he has been in full time rehabilitation, learning thousand walk again, and recover from paralysis on his left side. >> basically put into an ex so skeleton, teaching him the movement. just to make that connection between his brain and his legs and hills arm. it is unreal until you really see it. >> officers jesse logan and daniel kramer close friends with fidel. helping support josh's wife and three daughters, the youngest was born after he was shot. >> to help out with the family, go to up see him, once a week, whatever he needs, we got his back. >> and they're not the only
ones. the camden county police department wants to raise money for vadel family challenging to charity hockey game. friday the camden squad practiced to get ready for atlantic sit more established team. >> i think just looking forward to playing the game. we're looking forward to making a donation to this officer's family, and helping them out and make sure they get on their way. >> the game will be at the flyers skate zone in atlantic city. >> get to play for josh, him being one my friends, and to play in a charity event for him, very excited. cleve bryan, "eyewitness news". >> the game begins at 6:00 tonight, and if you would like to come, it is $10 at the door, to get in, that's a donation, of course, get there early, too, because there is silent auction and # 50-50 ravel, of course all of the money benefits that officer's family. still ahead on "eyewitness news", the philly pops are honoring the king. still ahead, sneak peak of this weekend's tribute to elvis. >> also ahead, for some women, it is one of worse part of
breast cancer treatment, losing her hair. now a treatment that could stop that side effect. and this: >> on your mart, get ready, go. >> grocery store old i am, boxes, cans, frozen foods, don't squish the bread. we take to you competition that some employees have in the bag. >> and, wind and rain today, but it is the entire weekend a wash? justin back with your forecast next.
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toomey anhave plenty in common --. they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. >> komen philadelphia, teaming up once again in the fight again breast cancer, turning the phillies skyline and the region pink. last night, the parkway central free library was a glow in pink, october is of course national breast cancer awareness month, and the pink lights are a remind tear schedule mammogram and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer, the 15th year for the light for the cure
campaign, you can find out more information at cbsphilly.com/cheer. >> on the cbs-3 health watch now, cold caps that can help prevent hair lost for breast cancer patient being treated with chemotherapy has been used for decades in europe, not as widespread across the us. health reporter stephanie stahl explains. >> there is nothing unusual about the chemotherapy drugs. >> you want to do your chin strap? >> what's unusual, is on this breast cancer patient's head of the cold caps it, warms, new one strapped on tightly every 20, 30 minutes, that goes on for eight hours. >> it is not really pain. it is an overall feeling of i just want this off my head.
>> in the most recent study roughly 66% of women kept more than half of their hair, one theory is that it constrict blood flow keeping the chemo from reaching the scalp. another, is that it freezes many of the hair follicles and the chemo is simply shut out. >> is it working? >> it is working i have the majority of my hair. >> this patient mary is the wife of cbs correspondent barry peterson. >> why is maintaining your hair important to a woman? >> i think it gives you a sense of control. it gives you a piece of dignity. >> there is another cool cap that works by circulating coolant through the cap. neither one is covered by insurance. and they can cost patients several thousand dollars. susan decided it was worth the cost. >> i can go out and just be who i am, not have the breast cancer define me. >> doctors say cold caps don't work for all chemo drugs or for cancers carried through the the blood. like leukemia. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning,
saturday. jeff, jamie, join us live from new york with a preview, good morning. >> good morning to you, coming up the day's headlines plus a mountain of work that's that stretches generations. >> family trying to finish memorial, their father started 70 years ago. >> vacationed here for centuries, common tour inside the holy palace. and hear some of it papal past. >> all of that plus your eye opener, the dish, with tony, and the "grateful dead" bob we are, in our saturday session, just ahead on cbs this morning, saturday, see you then. >> looking forward to it, thank you, guys. >> workers from nearly two dozens area shoprite grocery stores got together this week for a friendly competition. cbs-3 photo journalist, brad now, there now, as the workers went it head-to-head to capture the title of best bagger. >> the crowd, just save them little room. >> today is the amazing long
awaited best bagger competition for shoprite supermarket. >> you can gather little closer just for the announcement so you can hear me. >> this is the olympics of bagging. they're being judged on their speed, equal weight of the bags, most importantly, their attitude. >> all right! >> our past years and our baggers are the ambassadors of our company. and they take that role very proudly. they are the fate of shoprite. >> throw your arms up in the air when you are red. >> i this competition is just their healthy way of kind of showing off their spirit. >> and go. come on, you all, cheer them on. yeah. >> think about what you love in your customer. you want to make sure that the cashier and the bag is her friendly, and knows their product, but also, you don't want to have your chips smashed, on your eggs broken, or the cans on top of your bread. >> this is the time that we all have been waiting for,
we're so excited to call -- >> those that don't, walk away with a grand prize today, always like the mets, they'll be backs next year. >> yes. >> i guess we should have said the phillies. >> congratulations again. >> wonderful job. all right. >> i totally agree, there is such a science to bagging p your groceries, dow all my cold items together, the bread away from anything heavy. that was awesome job by brad. >> that was my summer job, in high school, college, working at grocery stores. >> so you're an expert? >> i wouldn't say expert bagger, bye my advantage rate pretty fast. i never put the milk on top of the bread or egg, actually. >> talk about our weather this morning, little rough outside. miserable, cool, windy, we got little right lane, things get bet they are afternoon, second half of the weaken is going to be looking whole lot
better temperatures happen already, right around midnight so now stuck in the 40's to low 50's. >> out west, into chester county, steve johnson, west chester, got clouds. so he's dry right now. 45 degrees, one of the cooler supports, coming in this hour >> little additional rain, not going to be heavy rain this morning, should get out of here by mid-morning, dryer conditions for the afternoon. take you outside, live look, neighborhood network, palmyra cove nature park new jersey, you can see the skyline across the river, so, visibilities pretty good. 48 degrees, light breeze,
right now, less than 5 miles per hour, but will kick up at time through the morning, into the afternoon. here is our storm system, the actual center of the storm well to the north and east, but still left over moisture, eastern pennsylvania, some steady rain in new jersey even into delaware, this actually starts to reform little bit. drier air, just trying to fight its way eastward, having hard time, look at that, upper manned large, new round of some showers developing. that will rotate through southern new castle to kent county, delaware. so heads up there, should cross the delaware river and some of that bay, some of the rain should hold on for the next few hours, even into south jersey. probably around 8:00, 9:00. start to taper off to just few showers. >> some of the code he is air we've seen so far there is fall season, we head over the next few days, especially nighttime. look at the temperature change. compared to 24 hours ago, 11
to 21 degrees cooler, and that cold air continues to filter in. the cold front that came through, earlier this morning, northwest winds, overtaking our region, so that source of the air up in canada. so this time of year it is chilly, highs today, below average. winds increase as well. gusting 30, 40 miles per hour, into the afternoon, stays winnie through the nighttime hours. so talking win chill values tomorrow morning, down to the 30's. so certainly need the heavier coats. it is still winnie during the afternoon on sunday. not quite as bad today, though, but at least we warm things up little bit. storm really intensifies over the next six-12 hours or so, it allows the win energy to filth near the delaware valley. moving northward, we got the drier air in here this afternoon, tomorrow looks good. some sunshine, temperatures back where they should be. and looks like the start of next week stays dry. we will move back into a dry pattern, temperatures today, struggle to get back to the mid 50's, this afternoon. tonight, widespread 40's, feels colder with the wind. tomorrow, though, nice rebound, low potentially mid
60s. cool pocket of air over us right now, big drop in the jet stream t lift out tomorrow. that's why we will warm things up again. overall the jet stream kind of leveling out, typically average temperatures for this time of year really for the next several days. no big signs of any warm ups, any time soon. today 57, morning rain, tame erring off later this morning, tonight, breezy, chilly, partly cloudy, 44, the extended forecast a lot of sunshine, 64 for the high tomorrow. back to the mid and up ear's by the middle of next week, jan, back to you. >> just got to get through today, thank you, justin. the philly pops has opened its 38th season at the kimmel center. >> the pops are featuring the music of the king himself. elvis presley, covering the king's songbook throughout the weekend. >> they are performing classic hits, like love me tender, and always on my minds. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch takes us behind the scenes, of the show.
>> you know the sound, frenzy finger piano. that occasional extra kick. then those iconic lyrics, sung just little low and slow. signature styling after king. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> musicians last multi instruments, david ben it, jones the philly pops to launch 2016-2017 season, with elvis, the king, songbook. bennett has been an elvis fan since age 11. >> when i heard elvis the first time, i thought oh, my gosh, i got to teach myself to play the guitar and sing. >> years later, bennett 50's era shows caught the eye of director michael, who was searching for the right talent to capture the king for the pop fall kick-offer. he promises more creation, than imitation. >> it might not be what people
expect. but there will be a lot of different ingredients. >> in the 50's, 60s, the young really pull elvis. that's what our show hopefully will bring out. >> philly pops president and ceo frank giordano says there is lots of interest. >> the pops are ready for what promises to be exciting season action covering the beatles, broadway, jazz great, and of course, the pops christmas concert. >> justin finch, cb is s3, "eyewitness news". >> elvis songbook show runs until sunday at the kimmel center. the concert has been such a success, that show has been added for tomorrow nightment
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>> reminder about safe i opening the door over and over again for the trick-or-treaters can be perfect time for your dog or
your cat to dart out. so proper identification is key. and coming up tomorrow, on the cbs-3 pet project, the importance of microchips for your pets. and where you can get them for a low cost. animal advocate carol erickson will be here with that information along with an animal you can adopt. that's tomorrow morning on "eyewitness news" this morning. and our 7:00 hour. time now for one last check on the weather. not a five star day today? >> no, especially if you like 08 degrees temperatures, that's not happening. >> and i think we're done with that for the year. fall weather fans, this is what you want. enjoy it. this morning with the rain, the wind, 57, though, but it will turn out to be a nice finish to the weekends tomorrow. sixty-four for the high temperature for sunday, still little breezy, but that's average. still mid 60s monday. slightly cooler middle to next week, mid to upper 50's it,
will get chilly at night, a lot of four's next week into the 30's in the suburbs, crank up the heat. >> really is fall beautiful weather, though. that crisp air. >> yes. >> thanks, justin. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tv always on line at cbsphilly.com. cbs this morning saturday is next. have a great weekend. >> ♪ >> ♪
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