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the gun shot sound which we believed account for the reason why the other residents of the house did not hear the the gun shots. >> reporter: authorities say those fatal shots were fired with the revolver in an upstairs bedroom between 5:00 and 9:00 a.m. but question that tabernacle community still struggles to understand is why. >> i'm having a hard time dealing with this report rorrer after completing autopsies deet seized victims were identified as 14 year-old nicholas and eight year-old nadya ha rriman, their 11 year-old brother and the mother remain in critical condition. we have learn that the children's father frank traveled from his home at maryland to be at cooper hospital. his girl friend told us by phone that the man is devastated. >> he broke down, broke town horribly. there was a horrific shock, horrific shock to this man. he loved his children. that is what i do know. >> reporter: officials say nicholas was a freshman at
seneca high school and part of the robotic schools. gale rodriguez lived down the street and was friend with the victim. he said school was extremely sad on friday. >> they asked if we needed counseling or anything, that we needed to stay strong and not lose hope. >> reporter: investigators say that it is up to the burlington county prosecutor's office to decide if they will charge, jeanin e le page and if she survives, we understand that she suffered a bullet wound to the head. reporting live from tabernacle i'm clean brian, cbs-3 eyewitness muse. fire fighters rescued an elderly woman from the burning home in gloucester city camden county this morning. chopper three over the flames on the 700 block of highland avenue, a second person was also in the home when the fire broke out and was taken to the hospital, and they are in serious condition. we're told three dogs died in the fire. officials say that there were no working smoke detectors in
that house and the causes now under investigation. residents are still waiting to go home have after a sink hole opened up in bethlehem township and swallowed a truck working to repair a water main. look at the damage from chopper three. everyone was within 300 feet of had sink hole at norfolk road what's vac waited a mid fears that the truck hit a gas main. hours later the weight of another truck appears to have cause that had sink hole to expand. it is unclear when residents might aloud to return. a manhunt is underway tonight for a man who stabbed a woman to death in delaware county. the the violence happened in the 700 block of eagle street in chester. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt joins us live with more, david. >> reporter: chris, people are upset by this and quite frankly worried because somebody as you mentioned is on the run. everybody i spoke to they say gwenn williams was a loved person here in chester, but tonight her friends want those
people to come forward. >> i can't understand why someone would do that to her. i just don't get it. >> reporter: chester resident nate smith says news of the friend's murder hit him hard. gwenn williams died after someone stabbed her, outside of this home, on engel street just after midnight. >> i was upstairs and when i came down, they told me that she had gotten stand. >> reporter: jackie logan says she's gwennlynn williams best friend. logan lives at this house, because williams pounded on this back door, begging for help, just after midnight. logan says once williams got inside, she collapsed. >> when the police came, i tried to go back and they told me to step back. >> reporter: behind the house a park, an area police are including in their investigation. williams lived just a few blocks away, but police believe that she was outside, someone stabbed her, and ran to her friend's house for help. >> i can't understand why someone would water her.
>> reporter: as detectives looked for williams killer, her friend say all they can do is mourn. >> she's a very nice lady, very nice. >> reporter: her friends tell me gwenn williams lived alone. detectives here at police headquarters are looking for your help. if you know anything detective want to hear from you. we are live from chester pd headquarters tonight, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". after a frigid week, temperatures are on their way up for the weekend. meteorologist kathy orr is live on the cb. sky deck with the first look at the forecast, kathy. >> it is hard to believe temperatures soaring through 409's, to the 50's to the 70's in just a matter of days when we have an arctic air mass sitting over us. but it is going to happen. take a look at storm scan three. we have a clear sky. good news is the the wind are lightening up and we will see cold temperatures tonight but that means plenty of sunshine, tomorrow. and a rebound in temperature. right now in philadelphia 35. it is freezing in millville and atlantic city at the
airport even wilmington, trenton, allentown and reading. to the west we have colder air, state college 25, pittsburgh, 26. cleveland, 22. that cold air is moving our way. there is not a lot of wind but enough to drive those feels like readings down in the 20's throughout most of the region and fels like 13 in the poconos. coming up this evening, with clear skies, and winds, out of the west at about 10 miles an hour it will drive wind chills down into the 20's, and then the temperature will fall, that far, as well. coming up, we will talk about temperatures on the rise, how quickly they get there and how close we will get to record warmth. after that, some coastal concerns, as we head into the busiest travel time of the year. thanksgiving, week. we will talk more about that coming up with the seven day later in the broadcast. >> kathy, thanks very much. lab testing has ruled out a potential ebola case in philadelphia. >> health reporter stephanie stahl was first on the story has details, hi stephanie. >> reporter: we have good news, person had recently traveled to west africa and
had some suspicious symptoms. enough to be put into isolation for testing. ebola testing from the pennsylvania state lobbies negative on specimens, from an unidentified patient who is being evaluated at the hospital of the university of pennsylvania. the unidentified patient, in stable condition, was unspecified symptoms, was recently in west africa and treated in a specialize lacing unit. hup announced last month it was ready to treat any potential ebola patients equipped to protect against the virus which can only be spread by direct contact with an infected person's blood and other body fluids. >> the best way to prevent transmission is to prevent contact with skin all together by wavering gloves, gowns, masks, eye protection. >> reporter: local hospitals and health officials have been on high alert for ebola wearing protective gear and doing drills. is there a large population of people from west africa in the philadelphia region. city health officials are
calling 50 people every day who have recently traveled from africa to make sure that they don't develop symptoms. >> what our follow-up consists office making contact with them every day to assure that they remain healthy, and to make sure that they don't have a fever. >> reporter: now protocol is to follow people for 21 days after they have potentially been exposed. e bowl ace only contagious when symptoms develop. the state of pace currently monitoring about 130 people who recently traveled to west africa. there have been tests on four and all have come back negative. so far. good news there. >> we know they are prepared. >> yes. >> stephanie, thanks very much. well, now to just an incredible story, a window washer falls from the roof of an 11 story building, lands on a moving car and survives. it all happened in the financial district of san francisco this morning. the roof of the car, caved in but the driver was unharmed. the investigators say window
watcher did suffer serious injuries but did live through this. there is no word on what caused that person to fall. it was back to work today for some baggage handlers who walked off the job at philadelphia international airport. the local lawmakers and they tried to talk to employees as they returned to their job this morning. workers are pushing for higher wages, better working conditions and improved health benefits. prime flight is an airline subcontractor. workers held a one day walk out yesterday. trouble on the turnpike an overturn tractor trailer block the eastbound exit ramp this morning at the willow grove interchange. it was carrying thousands of pound of paper. traffic was delayed until the scene was cleared but none was hurt. well, a touching send off to a new jersey fire fight her who cast killed in the line of duty. lieutenant chris hunter died on saturday, and less than 24 hours after responding to an emergency call. family and friends, gathered this morning at minute son fire station.
>> after a solute his fought was then loaded on the fire truck. chopper three was overhead as motorcade made its way to the cemeteries for burial. we have learned that tuesday's fire in north wildwood has claimed a second life. cape may county fire coordinator art trayon died on the west 17th avenue. body of a 36 year-old woman linda mart on was later found inside. officials believe that the fire began accidentally while martin was handling a kerosene heater. coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" preparations intensify in ferguson missouri as community awaits a grand jury decision in the death of michael brown. what police say they are doing ahead of that decision. also ahead tonight a must see video of police pursuit ends in dramatic fashion, a crash brings down an entire building. and the good and the bad when it comes to prepaid cards, consumer reporter jim donovan is on your side with is what being done to make
a dramatic end to a police chase caught on camera in kansas city, missouri. a woman accused of driving a stolen vehicle slammed into the corner of a downtown building, you see what happened there, it partially collapsed, raining bricks down on to her suv. the driver was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. wow. well, family of ferguson police shooting victim michael brown renews calls for a
peaceful response, to what is an impending grand jury decision in the case. >> as cbs news reporter omar villafran ca tells us the st. louis mayor and county officials are addressing security issues hoping to keep the peace. >> so we're showing thaw we're committed to peace in the streets. >> reporter: represent for family of police shooting victim michael brown are calling will for peaceful hands on deck to serve as justice to cycle volunteers. >> they have road to make efforts to prevent violent outbursts, and, and otherwise, peaceful demonstrations. >> reporter: ferguson and the nation are waiting for a grand jury decision on whether to indict police officer darren wilson in the august 9th shooting death of brown. >> i expect the best of people. >> reporter: st. louis officials outline rules oven gauge. including allowing some civil disobedience but not violence. >> our goal, our job and our prayer is that the at end of each day everyone, everyone
goes home safe. >> reporter: grand jury decision could come any day now, a at least a thousand local police officers have gone through special training, and in how to deal peacefully with protesters. >> today the department of justice issued new guidelines for police departments across the country. >> justice department encourages law enforcement officials in every jurisdiction to work with the the communities that they serve, to minimize needless confrontation. >> reporter: schools in the ferguson florence school district are scheduled to be opened next week. they have contingency plans in place, in case prolong protests cancel classes. omar villa franca for cbs news, ferguson, missouri. cbs news has said the fbi has sent dozens of agents to the st. louis area. bill cosby shows at casinos in las vegas and air zone after been canceled. cancellations come as more women come forward alleging that he sexually assaultedded them many years ago. cosby still plans to perform tonight at a theater in melbourne, florida.
at least 34 other shows remain on his schedule through may 2015. and we have a busy, busy commute so far, at 5:15. we will go outside and check out the vine street expressway just near the the schuylkill expressway, mostly because we can see an eastbound delay heading towards i-95 and westbound lanes where headlights are coming in right there approaching the schuylkill expressway moving slowly there as well. over on the actual schuylkill expressway around 202, this is an eastbound delay also, heading toward center city is stop and go. you can see brake lights towards center city area, westbound lanes moving along better though so far. over in new jersey, 295 north bound has an accident pushed over in the left lane there right around dell will see drive. you can be squeezing by through the right-hand side. northeast extension northbound blocking left lane there another accident at lehigh valley. all of the majors slammed up so far, 95 northbound from the vine street expressway into woodhaven road about a 33 minute trip there and heavy southbound on the blue route from the vine street
expressway into 95 a who minute trip there. no problems for september, new jersey transit and dart and no delays at philadelphia international airport, chris and jessica, back over to you. still to come here on "eyewitness news", are you hopeless at romance? it may not be your fault? it may be genetic. we will tell you why scientists say you may be genetically predisposed to bad relationships. beasley? struggling titans sunday at lincoln financial field with the rookie quarterback learning his way. bennie logan knows him best. what he has to say about his
so, this is a warm up, right. is this going to happen. >> no, thinks it right now. >> no, we're ready for it, bring it on. >> it is coming tomorrow. >> tomorrow is good enough. tomorrow is the the weekend at least. >> we will hold those temperatures overnight but it will be hold. skies are clear. winds are light. temperatures in the mid 20's tonight but by tomorrow morning, we will be inching our way up, and wait until you see this forecast. it will get better each day. take a look outside where we have a beautiful, afternoon and we have lots of snow, where we want the the snow, yes, this is jack frost big boulder pumping out the snow during the afternoon hours and they are going to try to make it as much as they possibly can before the weather warms up, by the end of the weekend
and the beginning of next week. our live neighborhood network takes as you cross the delaware rally to show you some temperatures from today, in west grove, we made to it 37, millville 36. bethlehem at the high school freezing. at hairtan high in rosemont only 32 degrees. temperatures will jump up at least 30 degrees by the time monday rolls around. that is something to look forward to so here we go, yesterday, 50 degrees. still below average. today only 37 degrees. well below average. tomorrow is still below normal but better. sunday we will go above normal. monday sky rocketing, very close, to the record of 71, setback in 1979. could even surpass it. we will keep an eye on this weekend. take a look at storm scan three, we have clear skies across the the delaware valley. so no weather issues or travel issues tonight but just wear your gloves and your scarves and heavy coats because we will need them again. right now still holding on to 35 degrees in philadelphia, millville, 32, and wilmington
32 as well. 24 degrees, in the poconos. to the north and west, we have on 20's, we have some 30's, we have some 40's and after tonight, wind will shift. warmer air to the south will begin to move in. saturday with more of a southerly win component, we will see temperatures rising in the 40's. by sunday we will bump in the 50's, and associated with this warm front that is moving closer, and the the rain will arrive, most likely sunday night into monday morning. look at this, heavy rain, machine morning, and then by 9:00 o'clock or 10:00 o'clock it should be out of here and then this is all a warm air mass, ahead of this cold front. it is a real strong front, so ahead of it we are talking about temperatures surgeoning close to record low level. overnight clear skies, and frigid. one more frigid night and then we will be seeing improvement. low of 25. during date saturday mostly sunny, not quite as cold, the high temperature of 46 with wind out of the southwest. on the exclusive eyewitness weather three take forecast, sunday high of 56.
we will get eagles game in before any rain that will come at night and then monday, 70 degrees, very warm but we will be seeing some rain. morning rain about a half an inch. the wind southwest at 15 to 25 miles an hour gusting to 35 miles an hour, will be warming us up. once again that record 71 degrees setback in 1979, and we will be very close, maybe even beat it. that is a look at 39 day forecast, we will be right sso! i can't believe i'm eating bacon and rich creamy cheese before my sister's wedding well it's only 100 calories, so you'll be ready for that dress uh-huh... you don't love the dress? i love my sister... 40 flavors. 100 calories or less. you say avocado old el paso says... zesty chicken and avocado tacos in our stand 'n stuff tortillas .
here's bennie with a report. >> he has a big arm. so, he is a completing the ball down the deep or short pass and all that, but at the same time he is a pocket passer. he will in the get out and scramble. so, try to pass the ball. >> the kick off time is at 1:00 p.m. you can see the game right here on cbs-3. flyers with the day off, back in action, tomorrow hosting columbus, last night they dropped their fourth straight game losing to minnesota three-two, on lindros and leclair flyers hall of fame induction night. opening line for sixers is the the same, they will try the same for their first win of the season. this time against phoenix. suns guard eric bledsoe added a little bulletin board material when he said kentucky would beat the sixers in a seven game series, and i just don't think that is right. >> that is in the right good that is ridiculous. >> it is not fair when a team is struggling. >> bring them on up.
>> don't kick a team when they are down. >> that first win is coming, coming soon. >> thanks, beasley. >> still to come, getting more protection for prepaid cards, three on your side has important information. and a new threat in buffalo isn't the cold, it is the heat, warmer temperatures and rain clouds could add insult to injure for residents buried in the snow, we will have the latest. a warning to lawmakers why the head of the nsa says more than one country could cripple the u.s. power grid. new at 6:00 a discovery at philadelphia international airport prompts a warning from agricultural officials. insects considered one of the most destructive in the world, we will tell you what it is and where it
state police in new jersey say that jeaninne le page was not a victim, and they alleged that she shot her three children and then turn the gun on herself. two of those children died, she and another child, are in critical condition tonight. well, search is on for a suspect who stabbed a woman to death in chester delaware county. police say that gwennlynn williams was attacked in the 700 block of engel street. two people escaped with
their lives from this burning home in gloucester city camden county. authorities say that three dogs, did die in this fire, on highland avenue, and is causes under investigation. kate? thanks, chris. it that is time of the year again, time to light up beautiful, peddler's village. we have brought the cbs-3 mobile weather happen to le has contact bucks county and it feels like christmastime. weather is fitting for tonight's event. right now, here 31.5 degrees, and even colder now that the sunnies down, i'll have your full forecast and le you tree lighting and village lieding coming up in a few minutes, jessica. western new york is more than living up to its reputation as the snow belt this week. historic series of lake effecter storms dumped up to 8 feet of snow in some areas and claims at least 13 lives. as cbs news correspondent allison harmelen reports the snow has stopped but more problems are on the way. >> reporter: sunshine and
cleared roads were a welcomed sight for a half million snow weary people in western new york, this morning. but their trouble around over. dozens of roofs have caved in under the the weight of heavy snow. >> you will hear creaking, growning, if you hear, any of those sounds, you should contact the authorities, immediately and be prepared to leave the structure. >> reporter: two seniors died yesterday while their nursing home was being evacuated because of structural damage. more collapses are expect as rain and warmer temperatures move into the area, making snow loads even heavier. mounds of snow like the mounds behind me are every where in the greater buffalo area and as warm up comes, all that snow will turn to water. driving bans are still in effect in some neighborhoods as an army of emergency workers continues to rehalf move snow and clear roads. abandoned vehicles have been a major obstacle. >> probably over a thousand vehicles abandoned during this
storm, there are still roads that we have not been able to get to where those cars are on. >> reporter: residents who have been snow bound all week are trying to get their lives back to normal but officials say massive clean up and potential flooding problems, will slow down the recovery in the region. allison harmelen for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". by the time clean up from this storm is over, on towns will have used up their snow removal budgets for the entire winter. state and local officials are now asking for federal help to cover those costs. philadelphia police want the public's help identifying a suspect who stole a package from outside a home this south philadelphia. take a look the at this surveillance video here on november 14th the female suspect approached a home on reid street and toll a package a, left by the post office, behind the storm door. if you look closely in the reflection on of this van you can see this theft happen. that suspect was last seen, walking away, east on reid street. president obama travels to nevada to rail support for his
new immigration pomp cyst. today at a high school in las vegas the president signed a presidential memorandum that shields up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. republicans say that the president is over stepping his authority bye-bye passing the the congress. some undocumented immigrants can now work in the u.s. legally once they pass a background check and pay a fee. >> we will keep focusing enforcement resources on actual threats to our security but that means felons, not families. >> we will not stand idle as the president undermines the rule of law in our country and places lives at risk. >> the president's executive actions will crackdown on illegal immigration at america's southern border. well, bob schieffer joins us now from washington. bob, the president's plan is finally out there, we have been anticipating it for quite a while. based on the reaction you have heard in town in the past 24 hours or so, where are republicans coming down on this, do you think they want a
fight or might they look for more subtle ways to take on this policy. >> reporter: i think they are not quite sure how they will respond to this, but i know this, the partisan device has grown deeper and wider, even then it was at the beginning of the week. the republicans urged the president not to take this action. he did it. the response was just what you might expect. the house speaker john boehner accused him of acting more like a king then a president. there was all kind of talks. the real question now is can the speaker, john boehner, and the the republican leader in the senate, mitch mcconnell, hold their troops together and have a unified response to this. there are some on the republican side who are ready to start shutting down the government again. the both leaders do not want that to happen, but they are not happy, and where this goes, heaven only knows. >> reporter: there will be a lot of talk about this throughout this weekend. bob she have inner washington,
thanks very much. we will tune in sunday morning. >> okay, thanks. we hope you'll tune into face the nation, with bob schieffer sunday morning at 10:30 right here on cbs-3. head of the nsa say there are countries that have the power to launch what they call a massive hack that could take down critical computer systems in the u.s. admiral michael rodgers says that malwear from china and other countries has been detect on key compute their could affect the u.s. power grid and other key networks. he says that it is a matter of when, not if, they will launch an attack. raising over a hundred thousand dollars is not an easy task, but for a group of 60 volunteers that was actually the easy part. "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer tells us why dozens of people traded their warm bed for a cardboard box. >> reporter: it was a cold night for a camp out and there were no bond fires on these grounds, just business leaders, braving elements to support homeless views.
>> it is brutal and very hum blink. >> reporter: mike was one of 60 community members taking part in the sleep out created by covenant house an organization that provides service to 71,000 homeless kid, age 18 to 21. all together they have raised $115,000. >> when i found out that their young people in our community that don't have a place to sleep and they are good kids. they just need guidance and motivation from people like myself. it was my way of giving back. we are bearing the elements to do this and raise a lot of money. >> reporter: volunteers came equipped with the cardboard box and a sleeping bag and you can bet lots of layers. >> it was horrible. but it is nothing. it was okay until 3:00 o'clock in the morning and then wind really kicked up. >> reporter: most stuck it out as long as possible, reminding themselves how good they have it, compared to the people that they came to support. >> you think about your kids or you think about what it would be like to not have the option to come inside to not
feel like you have any option at all. >> reporter: that is unless they are fortunate enough to find help from places and people who care enough to lend it. nicole brewer, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". doors have opened to a new philadelphia restaurant with a unique tipping policy, whether no tipping. instead of having a weight staff rely on tips, the owner of this restaurant in fishtown say they are paid a living wage, offered benefits, sick pay and profit sharing. they say their business operates much like the restaurants in europe. and good afternoon. we will start things off right new where we have a disable vehicle on woodhaven road right around route 13, this is actually eastbound. this has been out there quite sometime. you cane police on the scene blocking out right-hand shoulder, part of the right-hand lane and two lanes are getting by currently. just a moments ago there was one lane squeezing by to the left hand side so headed
eastbound, where you'll see some delays out there over on the schuylkill expressway not much better where we have an accident taking out the right-hand lane here. headed eastbound around university, lot of delay here. it just happen. there is not police activity on the scene getting it out of the way. we will see on problems heading eastbound on the schuylkill. an accident out in new jersey causing problems on 295 northbound, at delsea drive taking out the left lane there but rest of new jersey pretty typical. forty-two slow in the southbound lanes. fifty-five slow in the southbound lanes. everything looking okay so far on the new jersey turnpike. an subsequent on the northeast extension north bound at lehigh valley taking out left lane as well. but currently there is in problems for mass transit. all running on time with no delays and currently in delays at philadelphia international airport, jessica, back over to you. they say don't try and reuse the wheel except someone did that. we will show you coming up. also ahead it is not you, it is my dna. are you destined to be loan forever?
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thanksgiving is less than a week away abe we want to know what you are thankful for. send us your photos via facebook or twitter with the hash tag cbs-3 and you might see those pictures on "eyewitness news". it is not even thanksgiving yet but santa claus has made his way to peddler's village and in a little bit he will light the
tree to ring in the holiday season. >> can't wait. >> i like it. >> meteorologist kate bilo is their life with the cbs-3 mobile weather lab, hi, kate. >> reporter: hi chris and guess contact i love coming to peddler's village every year because i slip santa claus my wish list early when we get to light the village. that is coming up just after 6:00 o'clock. for right now let's talk about weather. it feels like christmastime out here. we have been talking about our weather watchers program and i have a a few live weather watchers joining me right now. these are siblings mariah and michael and they will help me deliver the forecast. do you want to tell me about what we see here weather-wise. >> it is 31 degrees fahrenheit and it feels really, really cold. >> it does. you have that great head band keeping your ears warm so that is good. and then now michael are you excited about this grand illumination. >> very. >> very excited. you know santa claus is on here. are you on the nice list or naughty list. >> i don't know.
>> we will find out soon enough what list michael is on. i will say nice list because did you a good job helping me out here today. everybody here are you excited about the grand illumination tonight. >> yeah. >> we are already counting down, we will do this every year, such a great tradition in peddler's village. everybody i talk to comes here every year, they come rain or shine. it is cold but at least it is dry tonight. no flurries but we may see some pretend flurries floating down right about the time santa lights the village. by the way if you'd like to be a weather watcher it is so easy to sign up go to cbs philly.com/watchers and you too can be a part of the network. all right, we've got to talk about weather now because as we know it has been very, very cold today but good news we have not had any rain, we have not had any snow, so at least we have sunshine out there today and you can see on storm scan three things are quiet right now. but temperature wise it is much, much colder then it should be, normal lows are in the upper 30's, right now we're only at 35 at the airport. 32 degrees in reading and 24 in mount pocono. we are going to warm up
heading into the weekend as we await the a arrival the of the storm system early next week. most of the weekend is quiet. we will see sunshine both tomorrow and on sunday, and it is really going to be an overnight rain event. that is sunday night into early monday morning, most of us miss it because we're sleeping but when you wake up monday morning it could be wet for your commute. what to expect for your monday, morning rain, a slow morning commute, wind are southeasterly gusting to 35 miles an hour, but that southwest blow torch wind as we call it will bring temperatures right up to around 70 degrees. very close to the record of 71, setback in 1979. as far as tonight is concerned we're down to 25 degrees, clear skies, but it is frigid. your saturday forecast, not as cold, temperatures rise to the mid 40's a little bit better, we will take it. it is mostly sunny. eagles forecast looks good, not too bad on sunday 53 degrees, we're lucking out with that forecast. it will be great. go birds. lets take a look at your seven day eyewitness weather forecast and we will jump from the 30's today to the 40's
tomorrow, and the 50's on sunday and then 70 on monday with the rain moving out and then we will start to cool things down again as we head towards thanksgiving. we're watching for a chance for rain, later wednesday evening so if you have travel plans the the day before thanksgiving, take that into consideration. so, we're back here live, we have a great crowd here at peddler's village. we're about to head down to the village green and we are going to light this place up. santa's coming, mrs. clause is coming, i'm so exited to pull the switch and really for me this is the start of the holiday season and it is certainly feeling like it tonight, so we're going to head down and do that and we will see you coming up at 6:00 o'clock. back inn identify to you. >> will kate make the naughty list or nice list, we will see. prepaid credit cards are becoming increasingly popular which has a federal agency pushing for same protections consumers have when they use other cards. >> three on your side's jim donovan looks at those proposed changes. >> reporter: prepaid cards have advantages to many consumers, especially to those who have struggled with credit cards debt, over spending, and
overdraft fees. they also offer consumers the ability to make transactions on line without a credit card, and then become popular among millennials hesitant to take on debt but the cards also present some problems. although some customers link their prepaid cards to a bank account to manage cash flow with more ease, they lack the protections of the bank issued debit card. that is why consumer financial protection boro wants to implement new reels includes better disclose another of terms and fees whiz are often buried in fine print. better access to account information, cf p b proposes period i can statements or greater on line access. protection as begins error, unauthorized transactions and lost or stolen cards. the cfpb is taking public comment on the rules and will draft a final version after that period closes in february. in the meantime be hure to carefully review terms of any prepaid card especially fee
disclosures for transactions at atm's which can add up quickly. >> sometimes it is $2 here, $5 here. >> in would be reads that stuff. you need to. >> that is why we have you here, to read the fine print. >> magnifying glass. >> see you at 11:00. if you are living the single life it could be because of your dna. some scientists think they have identified a sipping will gene which people, 20 percent more likely to be single than others. that is what the single gene does. research also found those with lower levels of the feel good brain chemical seratonin feel less comfortable in close relationships. it supposedly makes it harder for them to form relationships in the first place and it can lead to higher chances of break up. good luck with that. and tis the season at tgi friday's in the uk. the restaurant chain is using a drone to fly missle toe over the heads of its customers. >> oh, no. >> there it is. >> the drone even has a built in kiss cam to capture that romantic moment. nothing says romance like a
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marathon weekend is underway in philadelphia. >> there will be a ak race, and a kids run tomorrow and it all leads up to the main event, on sunday. >> but reporter jim melwart of our sister station kyw news radio 1060 has details. >> reporter: 60,000 spectators cheering for 30,000 runners makes for a big weekend for the city. >> marathon weekend is a great opportunity to showcase philadelphia's incredible sites, sounds and attractions and most philadelphia the next great running city.
>> independent mall, liberty bill, kelly drive and start and finish lines at philadelphia museum of art just a few landmarks along the the way, fairmount resident nicole's running her first full marathon. >> i have a big pit in my stomach. i'm praying i cross the finish line. i have a lot of family there running with me. >> reporter: mindy from letter merion is a veteran coming back for her eighth philadelphia marathon. >> it is a great course. people are cheering. it is fun. >> 26.2-mile course comes with lots of road closures and mass transit detours, visit cbs philly.com for more info. from convention center, jim melwart cbs-3 "eyewitness news". for complete race coverage, including a list of events and red cross ours head over to cbs philly.com. that will do it for "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 investigators revealing brand new details in the shooting that left two children dead, and a young boy and his mother are wounded. we will tell you whom police
say pulled the trigger and the questions that may never be answered. plus get stuck in the gaping hole that formed in the middle of the road what caused this mess and why dozens of homes have been evacuated. kathy? the bad news is it will be frigid overnight. got news is it will be getting warmer, temperatures sore through the 40's, 50's, skipped the 60's right in the 70's, details coming up with that seven day forecast. yoshi just one line of defense begins insects at philadelphia airport. we will have that story coming up. jeaninne le page believed to shot her three children and turn the gun on herself. >> developing at 6:00 tragic new you details in the deadly shooting in tabernacle, new jersey law enforcement officials now say that a mother killed two of her children and wounded another
and now the question, why did she do it. police say their investigation in the tragedy is far from over. good evening, i'm chris may. i'm jessica dean. late this afternoon authorities revealed to all of the young victims plus their mother were found with gunshot wound in her bedroom. >> "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan has more on these late developments, plus what he has learned about the the children's father, cleve. >> reporter: chris and jessica, investigators say they are still trying to pin opinion down a motive but they may never know why jeaninne le page allegedly took a gun to try to kill her children and herself, today they gave us new details on how they say she carried out this gruesome attack. >> reporter: jeaninne le page is believed to have shot her three children and then turn the gun on herself. >> reporter: police confirmed mother and three children found hot in the same bed at this house in tabernacle were part of an attempted murder/suicide. >> a pillow
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