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center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> hillary clinton heads back to philadelphia just one day after donald trump stumped in the area proving pennsylvania is a major prize in the race for the white house. good evening everyone, i'm natasha brown. thanks so much for joining us. the clinton campaign tells "eyewitness news" nearly 8,000 people packed penn park in university city tonight and that is where "eyewitness news" reporter trang do he is live with more on tonight's get out the vote rally. trang. >> reporter: well, natasha, like you said this is an absolutely huge rally gates finally opened around 6:30 with tim kaine taking the stage about three hours later. hillary clinton didn't make her final remarks until just before 10:00 but as expected she took the time to bash his opponent on his refusal to relies his tax return. clinton says as president she would make a big push for
manufacturing and clean energy jobs universal pre-k and college affordability for the middle class which was a big hit here on penn's campus. >> i'm going to do everything i can to get the cost of college down for everybody. [cheers and applause] any student in a family that makes less than $125,000 a year could go to public college tuition free. >> reporter: in addition to some dire hard hillary supporters there were a big number of bernie sanders supporters. coming up at 11:30 i'll till their mixed reactions to clinton's remarks this evening. for now we're live in university city, i'm trang do, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> trang we'll see i was little bit later on. donald trump was also on the campaign trail today battling for pennsylvania. the republican nominee visited the civil war battlefield in gettysburgly he laid out his
goals for his first 100 days as president if elected. trump outlined more than two dozen proposals. he called for term limits for congress a hiring freeze for most of the federal government tax cuts for businesses and the middle class and legislation to fund a wall on the southern border. >> with the full understanding that the country of mexico will be he reimbursing the united states for the full costs of such a wall, okay. >> while trump also visited cleveland today he says after the election he will sue the women who have accused him of unwanted sexual advances and an 11th accuser adult film performer jessica drake came forward today. she says that trump kissed her without consent and later propositioned her. "eyewitness news" was at a get out the vote block party today as well. several community groups organized this event just outside of philadelphia city hall. they reminded those who came out that your voice is your
vote. the republican party meantime of pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit challenging a provision in the election code. they say the lieu requiring poll watchers to serve only in the counties where they reside is actually a violation of the constitution. eight pennsylvania voters are also plaintiffs in the lawsuit. democrats responded by calling the lawsuit a publicity stunt. just over two weeks now until election day. stay with cbs3 "eyewitness news" for complete campaign coverage both on air and online. cbsphilly.com. one person is dead, another wounded after a shooting inside a philadelphia burger restaurant. "eyewitness news" here at burger lane on the 2800 block of north 22nd street where police say a 23-year-old man was shot and killed and a 16-year-old boy was wounded this afternoon. the teen is stable at the hospital. police have no leads on a shooter not just yet. and a police involved shooting in philadelphia is
still under investigation and officers are still searching for a a lot of one suspect that got away. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh has the details from west philly. >> i just heard them like consecutive nine shots and then nine more shots and maybe a couple more. after that them coming outside to see what's going on. >> reporter: it's a 4:00 a.m. wakeup call raymond billingsly wasn't expecting. >> i saw the police running up the street. >> reporter: early saturday morning 19th district police officers patrolling the area drove right by suspicious activity on the 500 block of north 56th street. >> see and hear gun shots coming from that vehicle. they make a u-turn. they take a tactical position on the side of the building. they approach the vehicle by foot. the vehicle is occupied by three individuals and one, a fourth is standing outside the vehicle. >> reporter: while one officer pursued a suspect who took off running the other ordered the three men inside the toyota to get out. >> driver exits the vehicle.
the officer is telling him to remove his hands show his hands. he refuses to obey those commands. he makes a step towards the officer and the officer discharges his weapon. >> reporter: that bullet struck the suspect in the left arm. he's expected to be okay. the officer who shot him is on administrative leave while authorities investigate which is standard procedure in instances like this. this is the car that police say those suspects fired from. they found about 14 shell casings nearby. what's any other clear is their intention. >> whether they were just shooting in the air, whether they were having a -- shooting at someone else, that's still what investigators have to determinism one woman is also in custody after police say she dialed 911 on scene threatening to kill the officers involved for shooting her relative. >> her family member was not the individual that was actually shottism billingsly who has lived on this block for 10 years says the violence must end. in west philadelphia, anita oh, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> authorities say a 17-year-old has turned himself into police in connection with
the shooting in rittenhouse square. tarago flint was shot five times tuesday night. police say the 39-year-old hero intervened when a 17-year-old and another man attempted to rob a young couple at gunpoint. police say the teenage suspects knew the couple he was robbing. a pedestrian was struck and killed on route 73 earlier this morning in maple shade, new jersey. the accident happened about 3 a.m. the driver stopped and was taken to the hospital. no word on that person's condition. and two philadelphia police officers were injured in a crash in the city's germantown neighborhood. it happened shortly before 3 a.m. near germantown avenue and high street. authorities say the unmarked police vehicle was struck by another car head-none. both of the officers were taken to roxborough memorial hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the cause is still under investigation tonight. and a big turnout at the annual walk now for autism speaks event. "eyewitness news" at citizens
bank park. dozens walked to help raise money to support vital research and also top quality programs that are changing the future for those who struggle with autism. pennsylvania governor tom wolf was among the many officials on hand to thank autism parents. >> the most important thing about autism i would like people to know is that it's very important that you get into that person's world. like whatever their quirk is, whatever it is that they like they just want to be accepted just like everybody else. even if it's something you might not do on a normal basis it's very important that you get into that world and try to learn what they like and like it, too. >> our jim donovan and meisha johnson were also a part of the event. cbs3 is the proud media partner for the autism walk. a chilly morning for the autism walk but lauren, we're looking forward to at least some sun on sunday. >> yeah, we have some sunshine in the forecast and a milder day in store. how many layers will you need if you're headed out to the eagles game? i'll let you
know in our full forecast. >> one of the most famous homes in philadelphia is sold and it remains in a royal family. plus, this isn't bill murray playing the role of president in a new movie. why he surprised reporters inside the white house briefing room today. lesley. >> well, the eagles set to take on the vikings tomorrow. so, how are they going to cut down on those turnovers? and the flyers taking on the hurricanes at the center trying to end their three game losing streak. >> ♪
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i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you. >> we should be doing the flyers chant. >> that's right. let's go flyers. >> well, the flyers in action tonight against carolina down at the center. orange and black off to another slow part after winning the season opener to l.a. they lost three in a row. flyers down a goal rookie ivan provorov for his first goal of the season. game tied up. later in the period orange and black on the power play
provorov shoots again this time matt read there for the redirection his fifth of the season and the flyers take the lead. 86 seconds later flyers strike again. shayne gostisbehere skates in to give the flyers the lead. six-three the final. >> they're a good offensive team and score four goals but things kind of were going our way tonight a-couple lucky bounces and a couple, you know, good offensive plays an couple power play goals is kind of the key he to winning right now. >> the eagles face their toughest test of the season tomorrow when the vikings come to the linc. minnesota has the number one scoring defense in the league so it could be a long day for carson wentz. the birds come into the game struggling. as you know they've lost two in a row and the big of the factor penalties, 27 against the lions and washington. >> obviously we had two tough
losses we didn't execute the way we wanted to and we don't put pressure on ourselves but at the same time we play with a sense of urgency that we got to be better. we got to be more disciplined. i think we're setting records with penalties and stuff like that. that's never good. we got to be more disciplined, execute better and we know that. >> we're trying to do as much as we can to get better improve from last week correct those mistakes and work to putting ourselves in a position to compete and win this game. >> the other big story line the birds facing their former number one quarterback sam bradford. eight weeks ago the eagles ooh shipped sam to minnesota for a couple draft picks. now sam leads argue he plea the best team in football which is something he didn't think would happen. >> if you would have asked me at the beginning of the year if i would be here in minnesota and we would be going back playing the eagles i would have thought i would have been on the other side of it but obviously i still keep in touch with a lot of those guys and so with us going back there it's going to be a great chance to go see some of the
guys, talk to them. >> we have spoken yes. this week it's been a long week already and i'm sure we'll talk before the game. it will be cool to go out there and see them again. >> we'll get you ready for the return of sam bradford on sunday kickoff tomorrow at 11: 30. join don bell merrill reese pat gallen and me live from the linc tomorrow at 11:30 right here on cbs3. >> looking forward to that game. >> it is a big one. >> got my green on already. little luck. thank you so much lez he lee. the philadelphia home where oscar winning actress grace kelly grew up and became engaged to prince rainier is now in the hands of the royal family. her son prince albert of monaco tells people magazine that he bought the six bedroom home in the city's east falls section for $754,000. the prince told the magazine they plans to visit philadelphia on tuesday as he he considers his plans for that home. and cbs3 the cw philly and komen philadelphia are teaming up once again in the fight
against breast cancer turning the philly skyline and the region pink. tonight cancer treatment centers of america in juniata is glowing pink as you can see. october is national breast cancer awareness mon the pink lights are a reminder to schedule a mammogram and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. take a look at the independence sea port museum on penn's landing aglow in pink. this is the 15th year for the lights for the cure campaign. find more information assess fill.com/cure. everything is looking well and feeling chilly. >> feeling so chilly. what a dramatic drop-off. everyone enjoying a little blast of summer this week with all those 80's. >> i know. >> and then changed up. >> dropped off the big cliff. i had my trench coat or whatever. >> yeah, multiple players. >> i got to pick it up. >> uh-huh. nice hot chocolate cozy night tonight but temperatures are forwarding down to 50 degrees right now. in philadelphia skies cleared out after our damp dreary
start to the day. west winds still up around 15 miles per hour. feels like temperature at 50 degrees, that's because we don't register a feels-like temperature until we're in the 40's so that is a little deceiving because we know in the bluster -- when the blustery conditions impact you it feels so chilly and especially a shock to the system after the temperatures we had this week in philadelphia on wednesday, a record high temperature smashing 86 degrees. even yesterday our high temperature hit 80 degrees and then today a giant tumble, our high temperature only 56 degrees. our average should have us in the middle 60's. temperatures have fallen off currently in the 40's across much of the area in the upper 40's in the lehigh valley. same case in berks county, we're down into the 30's in the poconos and even some 40's down the shore, 48 degrees right now in a.c. and then we have those strong winds as well. wind speeds right now up around 15, 20, 28 miles per hour in mount pocono. we had the gusty conditions throughout the day today. wind gusts reported at barnegat lighthouse 50 miles
per hour, 43 top wind gust in mount pocono and at philadelphia international airport we topped out around 38 miles per hour. but still strong winds especially in some of those higher elevations, gusting to 30 miles per hour right now in wildwood and gusting to 25 miles per hour in lancaster and overnight tonight we'll keep around those blustery conditions, mostly clear skies and 44 degrees would tie for our coolest temperature of the season so far. but as we head into tomorrow afternoon, temperatures will he rebound to seasonable levels. not a bad day, mostly sunny, still a bit breezy but not those same intense wind gusts that we saw throughout the day today. do pick up some much needed rainfall because of this strong frontal boundary last night and for the first half of the day today. atlantic city picking up over a half inch same case in doylestown. picked up about .4 in mount pocono and about .2 at philadelphia international airport all do to this very potent system. notice that counterclockwise circulation around the center of the he low positioned across parts of new england bringing snowfall to parts of upstate new york. parts of the adirondacks pick
up about one to 3-inches of snowfall. in the delaware valley skies will be have been clearing out still maintaining a cloud cover deck as we look north of the lehigh valley but otherwise good viewing conditions as we head into the night for that meteor shower. we'll talk about that a little bit later in our hour forecast. tomorrow clear skies make for good viewing conditions of the birds taking on the vikings kickoff temperature 62 degrees so not too bad but of course might be a little bit chillier so you'll need those layers with that west wind about 10 to 20 miles per hour. overnight dropping back to 35 in mount pocono, 40 in allentown. we'll fall back to 44 degrees in millville and for the day tomorrow. still windy conditions across much of the region. sunshine down the shore. a few more clouds in the poconos with high temperatures in the middle 50's but generally we'll top off in the 60's. 63 degrees the high temperature on our sunday in trenton. topping off at 64 degrees in wildwood. and in your seven-day forecast, we keep it seasonable into monday. still breezy as well.
sunshine in store but then as we head into tuesday and wednesday, temperatures cool off once again. 57 degrees the high on tuesday. middle 50's for wednesday. and we'll start off in the 30's for the first time this season in philadelphia on wednesday morning. same case on thursday morning before temperatures start to rebound towards the end of next week and we bring in a rain chance as well. >> 38 is that what that says. >> it did. >> i have to do a double take on that one. >> i'm sorry. >> i'm not ready. i need more time. thank you so much, lauren. appreciate it. a special honor for a former delaware county police officer that's coming up next and a little bit later on. >> reporter: after nearly three-quarters of a century a towering memorial to native american legend crazy horse is taking shape and they're not done yet. i'm mark howard in the black hills of south dakota. how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? it's measured by what we do for our children. it's why as president i'll invest in our schools. in college that leads to opportunities...
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about a young boy featured on our ronald mcdonald house charities telethon. this is little gideon egan. he's walking again after nearly a year of immobility. this is home video of his milestone. gideon had been learning to walk when he he broke significant bones in his leg last winter and tonight gideon has a message for all of you out there never give up on your dreams. we can't wait to see him at our next ronald mcdonald house charities telethon. that's coming up in march. we wish him the best. well, going to bat for another special little boy. still ahead, line drives for luke. a local community gathered together to help a 12-year-old with leukemia. plus he preserving a famous pair of shoes. you remember these, right, dorothy he's ruby slippers. they've lost their sparkly how the smithsonian hopes to he
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of people waited for hours in the cold to hear clinton speak. she finally took to the stage with running mate tim kaine just after 9:30. in the clouds there were lots of hillary clinton supporters but there were also some bernie sanders supporters who say clinton still needs to win their vote but as expected clinton took some time to bash her opponent on his refusal to release his tax returns and also called him to be unfit to be president. on the policy front clinton says as president she would make a push for manufacturing and clean energy jobs universal pre-k and college affordability for the middle class. the reaction to her 30 minute speech was mixed. >> i thought the speech was good but i don't see -- i think she needs to do more policy. like i wanted to hear more about the things she wanted to talk about and what she was going to do for the country, the things -- she said the whole time it was pretty much just trash trump trash trump. but let's talk about policy. >> i thought it was fantastic.
i feel like every time she speaks it gives me hope. >> i feel like she's trying to create a country that's inclusive of all people and really think about the people who are struggling, the people who aren't necessarily included in our every day lives. i think she has clear policies which i don't see with donald trump. >> and showing just how important pennsylvania is to the selection, tim kaine is already announced he'll be back in pennsylvania on wednesday with planned stops in the lehigh valley and bucks county. but for now we're live in university he city council i'm trang do, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> all right, trang, thank you so much. meantime donald trump was also on the campaign trail battling for pennsylvania today. the republican nominee visited the civil battlefield in gettysburg. he laid out his goal for his first 100 days as president if elected. trump outlined more than two dozen he proposals. he calls for term limits for congress, a hiring freeze for most of the federal government tax cuts for businesses and
the middle class and legislation to fund a wall on the southern border. >> with the full understanding that the country of mexico will be reimbursing the united states for the full cost of such a wall, okay. >> trump also visited cleveland today. he says after the election he'll sue the women who have accused him of unwanted sexual advances. an 11th accuser adult film performer jessica drake came forward today. she says trump kissed her without consent and later propositioned her. 16 days and countering. we're just over two weeks away from election day. stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage on air and online cbsphilly.com. russia says an air strike in iraq by the u.s.-led coalition has left dozens of civilians dead. the violence comes as secretary of defense ash carter made a surprise visit to baghdad today. carter is getting an update on efforts to liberate mosul from
isis. 5,000 u.s. personnel are advising iraqi troops. carter will also meet with iraq's prime minister. a street naming for retired lieutenant general ronald s. coleman took place today in darby borough. coleman is the second african-american to reach three star rank in the u.s. marine corps. and was also a member of the darby borough police departments in the 1970's. community members came out in full support to honor one of their own. >> and on behalf of a half a million grateful residents of delaware down say thank you, we are proud and we appreciate your service. [cheers and applause] >> great, great honor. i love where i came up from. i will always love darby. >> the home coleman grew up on was on that very street. and volunteers gathered to work on painting a mural in memory of philadelphia
firefighter joyce craig. "eyewitness news" here at the lawncrest free library branch. that's where the mural will be located on the north facade of the building. craig died in the line of duty he back in 2014. mural arts philadelphia is spearheading this project. and today's wet and windy weather was shock to the system after days of being in the 80-degree mark but the remainder of our weekend will warm up just a bit. meteorologist lauren casey is in the cbs3 weather center with the good news. right lauren. >> yes, natasha but don't those 80's feel like a distant memory. we were at 80 degrees just yesterday afternoon but today temperatures struggling on the backside of a very strong cold front. our high temperature in philadelphia only 56 degrees. running about eight to 10 degrees below average. definitely a by the fireplace day in the poconos, a high temperature in mount pocono only topped off at 45 degrees. so, we had the cool temperatures and then we had those very blustery winds gusting