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>> we are following breaking news in south philadelphia this morning, shots fired at home near 16th and juniper overnight. the gunfire comes after police share a person of interest picture and address on twitter this is all related to the murder of two teens earlier this week. trang do is there. and we'll have live report for just just a moment. >> also this morning, new details emerge in the attack in niger left four soldiers dead, new concerns being raised by politicians. >> and rescued at sea, and just in the nick of time. we will tell you how two people and two dogs were able to stay alive for months on the open water, and what was just about to happen to them. today is friday, october 27th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon a loft
news to get to. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things and getting us out the door. >> not so much going on in the worlds of travel, just a lot of construction, nice dry roadways, things looking good overall. >> things looking good here, too, sun coming out after people are out the door and at their locations, sun glare shouldn't be an issue. but it is chilly. the impact we have with this morning, the fact it is colds, the winds has already eased up has allowed frost to begin to form, and specific to the outlying suburbs, south interior, new jersey, not necessarily at the immediate shore line, also, the farther north and west suburb, chester county, western montgomery, point northwest, lehigh valley , you have the best chance to see some frost develop, so you may need that extra minute or two for the windshield. keep it in the back of your had he head getting ready, may want to put the secretary half of your cup of coffee, and stay safe, of course, what you want. meanwhile all clear here locally, storm system continues to make it de poor tour, but still visible, just
north of maine, but it is out of here. and we're expect to go see nothing but sunshine throughout the day, also, again, very light winds currently blowing out there. actually very, very light to the point that frost can form. mid to low 40's, chill chillier outlying suburbs, sends the kids out to the school bus, be sure they're headed out there with nice heavy layer. later tonight gorgeous fall dawn, sunshine, 65 degrees, light wind. perfect hair day. we could go on, meisha. your hair looks loverly. >> oh, well yours does, trust me, mine probably unwasheds and not very good. good morning, happy friday. so looking outside, actually showing you some video right now. waist going on? well, look at this. you're going to have some parking issues because it starts this saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. like i said, bag restrictions take place, start to take place today at noon. so heads up on this. we are going to be seeing some road closures, 6:00 a.m. on saturday. we will be talking more about this coming up in a little bit but i at least want to touch base ever so quickly and let you know, these bus detours
will take effect, as well. like i said, talking more about that coming up in a little bit. looking outside 95 south at girard, what you are looking at, starting to build levels ever so slightly at girard, we can expect that dropping to the 5:00 hour. construction on the schuylkill eastbound, closed between vine and south street, it is all clear, so looking good there, rahel, back over to you. >> meisha, thank you. search is on for the cause of this house fire, that injured a philadelphia firefighter. the fire broke out last night on the 1800 block every widener place in germantown. we're told the firefighters injuries are non-live threatening, no one hurt, and we'll get you that video later in the show. >> also, let's get out to trang, we hear there has been update in the murder of two philadelphia high school student. >> well, breaking right now, just days after two teens were killed in south philadelphia, shot are fired at the home of the teen believed to be person of interest in that case. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do again live in south philadelphia. trang, quite the development overnight. what do we know? >> reporter: rahel, jim there is sever changing situation.
just moments ago, there was police tape surrounding this entire area. but that has since been taken away. this is the 1600 block of juniper street, and just in the in middle of the street if you look all the way down there was another line every police tape that was marking where those shots were fired. again, this is the street where teenager, who the person of interest in the shooting death of two south philadelphia teenagers, lives, he was not home at the time. but again, police are looking for that person of interest, who we are not naming until police make this public. now, police initially had released a picture of this person of interest, on social media, as well as his address. but then quickly took that down. and here at the scene there were at least ten evidence markers on the grounds that have since been taken back up. but again, to remind you, the victims are 16 year old kal mere i junior at master charter and st. joe's prep student sal dinubile, also 16. two young men shot and killed after argument outside of the
nub bile's home. unclear what the argument was about, but again, police are looking for that person of interest, who lives on this block of 1600 jupiter street where shots were fired early this morning. so, very developing story. we hope to learn more from police shortly, but we will sends you the update just as soon as we get it. for now live in south philadelphia, i'm trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news," jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, trang for that update. >> a six year old boy in serious condition this morning , after he was hit by a school bus in camden. this happened after 4:30 yesterday afternoon on alabama and collings road. authorities returned the boy to the hospital. now, it is unclear if the boy was trying to get off of the bus when he was hit. police are still trying to figure out what caused this accident. >> authorities charge a former west philadelphia charter school official with raping a 14 year old girl. police say 42 year old omar harrison, an assaulted the child near the ends of the past school year.
at the time harrison was the dean of student, at master i charter heritage school. victim was in eighth grade. she told police harrison drove her to hotel near airport in maine cup township then raped her. harrison now being held on $100,000 bail. well, president trump is receiving mixed reviews after declaring america's opioid crisis of public health emergency. supporters applauded the president's move yesterday. however, critics pointed out the that the declaration will not release new money to fight the epidemic. instead it, it will use existing federal funds. opioid crisis killed more than 64,000 people last year. >> meanwhile, nearly 2800 documents related to the 1963 assassination every president john f. kennedy are now public but hundreds more were withheld at the request of the ci a and the fbi, over national security concerns. some of the documents detail the us government's efforts to overthrow the castro regime, in the 19 60s, and 70s. we'll have much more on this story in a live report coming up at 5:30.
>> it has been weeks, and the search for answers still continues on a mission that killed 4us soldiers in niger. senators newly briefed are raising alarm the soldiers may not have had adequate resources toss defend themselves. more than three weeks after that ambush, lawmakers say, they still don't know why sergeant la david johnson and -- one of the 4us soldiers were killed. >> they do not have an answer from headquarters as to why it was 48 hours until they could locate and retrieve sergeant johnson's body. >> and pentagon officials believe someone in a niger village tipped off isis millitant about the us military presence there. >> philadelphia police make at least one arrest in the violent carjacking caught on camera in the city's kingsessing section. the attack happened last friday night at the luke oil gas station on the 5700 block of baltimore avenue. the video shows one of the suspect knocked pizza delivery man to the ground. another suspect later took off
with the victim's car. investigators say the suspects in this case range in age from 14 to 25. >> well this weekend you will be able to walk through the street of philadelphia. >> it is the city's second hosting of the philly free streets event. now, it runs tomorrow from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. three and a half miles of road will be closed to cars from center city to fair hills. some road closures and parking restrictions start today at noon. you can find out about those closures at phillyfreestreets. com. i know i've seen them in my neighbor into. >> last year pretty popular. always people who are not fans either. critics, drivers, but -- >> i'm out every town, so it won't affect me. well, we have a pair every incredible stories of survival to tell but when we come back including a hiker hoo had who has been found after days in the wilderness. >> also ahead, dash cam video shows the aftermath of police chase, but wait until you find out who was driving. >> and fists go flying between
politicians. we'll show you more of this wild scene with we come back. >> ♪ why can't we befriends ♪ why can't we be friends ♪ ♪ why can't we be friends ♪ why can't we be friends ♪ >> jim donovan? >> yes? >> do you remember when there was such a thing as civil at this? >> i know, the worlds has gone crazy, rahel. i say that every day. >> but at least you and are friends. >> we are. >> that makes work easier. >> this is like a family. >> it is a love fest. >> yes, stay with us, more love to follow. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ he stood up to north jersey special interests nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. to increase funding for our schools.
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>> back on "eyewitness news" this morning, violence breaks out between politicians in kenya. this happened yesterday at the country held a re-run for a presidential election. members of the opposition party have accused ruling party of using threats and and inch intimidation. kenya supreme court ruled that a presidential election in august had to be re-done because it was unconstitutional. >> well, a wild police chase in ohio, but what makes this different? the suspect was a ten year old . >> this is crazy stuff. officers had to surround the child in order to stop him. police chased him down a
highway near cleveland yesterday. at one point he veered off the road. this is the second time this month that this boy has stolen his family's car. this time he led troopers on high speed chase for more than , get this, 50 miles. >> that's clearly very dangerous, where are the parent there? unbelievable story this morning, the navy rescues two americans and their dogs for five months. that is the sounds of relief. the women say they've been stranded since may. they were attempt to go sale from hawaii to that heat i, but their boat lost power, was damaged during the storm. fishing boat found them hundred miles miles southeast of japan, contacted the coast guard in guam. they say they survived because they had more than a year supply of food. >> relief for the family of oregon man found alive after he went missing on hiking trail over the weekend. friends found year year old nathan mitchell in the wilderness, about 400 feet off
the trail. mitchell was able to walk out on his own, but was weak after five days in the woods. >> well, flames are ripping through the cleveland national forest, in southern california , now officials are issuing mandatory evacuation orders, the brush fire started around 12:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon, about 70 miles from los angeles. now, while some people chose to flee their homes, others have decided to wait a bit longer. >> what i thought was little premature, you know. >> not evacuate? >> not yet. i'm going to wait until flames get little closer. >> we're not being dumb, but don't want to be over panic at the same time. >> twelve people died in those fires. i would be out of there if i were them the flames started when a man crashed his dirt bike into a tree, igniting the bike's gasoline. >> you know, i mean, these things move fast. >> they sure do. got to be sufficient a tough call though leaving your entire livlihood. but i understands the strung
struck. >> i but your live and your family are more important. >> whether you saw the recent stuff, i would be out of there >> still fresh in your minds ment back here at home, katie, half and half weekends, which isn't so good for eagles fans, but further along the halloween trick-or-treaters, maybe some good weather. >> exactly. kind of all over the place with this particular pattern, very potent front will be crossing through the area, you mentioned that over course of the weekends, and i'll give you the most to up date timing on. that will not so much change there really. but down the road, things are looking promising for all of the little ghosts and goblins that will be out on all hallowed eve here. we take a look at storm scan, quiet, no storm, no front, no nothing. looking okay right now. it is all clear with high pressure in place for today as well as tomorrow. here's the guy, this guy, the one, that's posing our problem here. off to the south, even off the map, also an area of low pressure, showers, thunderstorms, showing up about at this point, 50% shot, 50-50 shot to develop into a
depression, so for now, this front, eventually, creeps east , joins up with the tropical moisture, the two collide, and bamm you've got yourself very heavy rainfall, thunderstorms to go with it, too. for now, nice, sunny, especially in the afternoon, very, very comfortable. but it is chilly this morning. specially because we have the light win. your outlying suburbs specially, could ends up with some frost. so, make sure to give yourself extra spare minute before you hit the road. bit cool tonight certainly, not as chilly as it currently s we do rebound nicely into tomorrow. up to 71, still with sunshine, tomorrow actually looks like real nice day. overnight tomorrow, but specially sunday though, that's when the rain comes through. and it will douse us, guys. 66 degrees the expected high. and again this looks like it could essentially be all day event. so have your back up plan ready whether going to fall festival or tailgating. halloween is looking good, meisha. >> yes, just going back to the tailgate, i'll be out there
hosting it with all of my boys at wip. i hope you guys make it out. rain or sunshine. we are going to be out there. i hope you guys will be, too. looking outside right now, 422 , turnpike, what we are looking at, there steady flow here. we can expect it to build a little bit. but on a friday it will be one of the lighter travel days. that being said, the schuylkill headlight moving in the eastbound direction past king of prussia. this area is starting to heat up little bit quicker than what we just saw on 422, and the boulevard, starting to heat up just ever so slightly, as well. as you push in the southbound direction toward the schuylkill, then once you jump on to the schuylkill around city avenue, starting to see it pick up a little bit as well. now this is where we have an accident investigation. in galloway township, on the road right now closed between leak i can avenue. use alternate, jimmy leads rogan wrangle borough road these will be your best bets around there. so heads up, if you can stay away from this area. you probably want to do so if you can if you have to head out there. i would start to factor in couple of extra minutes to your commute at this point.
rahel, over back over to you. >> good advice there, meisha. for a look at newspaper headlines. >> delaware county times, standing on the basketball court where four people were shot saturday by gunman, pennsylvania republican state senators tom killion and tom motorcycle gar recall have announced half million dollars has been eyre marked for the gun violence task force, it is part of the state's $32 billion budget that has been waiting governor wolf's signature. from the trentonian , princeton police searching foreman who robbed the bank on nassau street late yesterday afternoon, robbers described as 6-foot tall black male wearing a green baseball cap, green hooded sweatshirt and faded jeans. >> and the front page of the times herald, the touring walls every great or forwards state prison, higher tech new err version, $350 million, scenic prison, slate today open next summer, the machine million scare foot facility largest single contract ever issued by pennsylvania. >> that's a look at some of
the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley. up next: pat's here with your morning sports. good morning, pat. >> good morning, guys, if you missed last night thursday night football game well plenty to talk b see the vicious hits that have the ravens upset. plus get you ready for eagles football sunday. and we catch up on the flyers north of the board err. that's correct next on " eyewitness news" this morning a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need. >> ♪ >> welcome back, we're glad you're with us. >> pat is here with sports, and the ravens head coach is fighting mad. >> yes, he is. sometimes, guys, the nfl girls awe thursday night game, like the eagles and panthers. hard fought exciting game. other times like last night it gives you the ravens and
dolphins, and for 60 minutes it was all baltimore, first quarter audubon native joe flacco would hit journey maclin, 34-yard touchdown, and that was all they needed. it wasn't all good for the ravens, flacco right here, knocked out of the game after that brutal hit from alonso, also former eagle. flock owe is in the concussion protocol. miami dolphins, willing showing dirty side, grabbing ravens quarterback by the throat on a play where the dolphins were called for three penalties. well, the ravens win, 40 to nothing. coach john harbaugh is fighting -- biting his tongue when it comes to the dolphins style play. >> i'm not commenting on. that will penalized correctly , i would say. >> it is not for me to say. thanks for asking. absolutely. no question. no question. it is a fair question. put it that way. fair question.
>> we're a little more than 48 hours football, they battle the winless 49ers, on sunday at the linc, but don't sleep on san fran. they've lost five of those games by three-point or less including two in over time. now, on the flip side, six and one birds are receiving plenty of praise nationally, but is carson wentz getting caught up in it? >> not really. not really. just because, again, just the nature of the flow of the season, and how quickly you got to turn around, go on to the next. plus i've always just been wiser that way. just blocking out as much as i can, just to stay focused and can't get too hi, can't get too low. and just keep going at that time. >> defensive end jj watt will be tossing out first pitch of tonight's world series game three in houston, dodgers and astros tied at a game apiece. and yesterday watt announced 30 of the $37 million raised for hurricane harvey victims will go toward rebuilding homes and childcare centers and providing food and medical care for those most affected. $7 million is set aside for
2018. >> surprising news, yankees and long time manager joe girardi have parted ways. the yankees fell just short of the worlds series this year, falling to the astros in seven games in the alcs. however, it is unlikely the phils will bring girardi in as their managerial search is nearing an end. take manager dusty, and former mlb outfielder are the lead candidate for that opening. >> last night in the washings the flyers and senators met up , the flyers without rookie patrick dealing with upper body injury, and also without a star forward, cherry hill native bobby ryan out with a broken finger. wild game. right off the bat, power play, they light the lamp. that's dion. he scores. and the flyers playing catch up. later in the thirds, john gabrielle beats michael shorthanded. it is three-nothing, ottawa there. the flyers, however, rallied furiously, sean, he has been awesome this year, scored late
, his seventh of the year, but the flyers fall five-four, they stay north of the board err tomorrow night. they take on the toronto mapleleafsment and you have to see this. south alabama jaguires kicker gavin patterson from 46 yards out. and he the attempt goes up upright, twice off the cross bar, and it is good. >> just the way he drew that one up, right? dink, good. >> that's how i always go. >> that's the way you draw it up? >> that's the way i do it. >> i've never seen you kick a football, though. >> pat, don't try to play me. i mean, i'm very athletic, and skilled. >> i'm not getting involved in this. >> sure. >> well that was pretty cool. little harlem globetrotters action. >> he meant to do it. >> exactly. >> thanks, pat. >> appreciate it. >> coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news," pre orders for apple's new thousand dollars iphone begins today. >> we'll tell you the reason there may not be as many to go around, in a live report from wall street.
jan? >> plus, historians and his tore historian horror he is cents, go through thousands of finals on the kennedy assassination, coming up who the government says involving castro following jfk's death. >> the most expensive rolex ever. finds out the big celebrity who used to own it, how much it just sold for at auction. >> you bought it for me for christmas? >> i'm not quite the celebrity but i appreciate you thinking that, jim. >> well, our celebrity to all of us. all right, weekend right around the corner, still looking to be 50-50 kind of forecast here, saturday, still looks pretty awesome. so make your outdoor plans there, although i know a lot of you will be out tailgating sunday. be prepared with a tarp, and a tent, because it will be a rainy dane at the linc and everywhere else. although, that rain does get out of here in the next week, the rest of the forecast for you after the
father, veteran..., but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. >> good morning, i'm rahel solomon. >> katie and meisha will be along in a moment. but first to start your day in the morning minute. today is friday, october 27th. >> new developments in the murder every two teens.