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>> pulls a mini-van from the delaware river, what eyewitnesses saw and heard. >> after dozen girls are coast cued from a home in bucks county we learn what life was like inside the house. >> a time to heal. one week after the worse mass shooting in modern us history. paying tribute to the victims, so philadelphia. >> good morning, all rahel
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solomon, happy fathers day to all of the dads out there, let's sends it out to one of our our favorite fathers, justin, first fathers day, because the little one also turning one. >> a year old, exciting. >> nice forecast for the week. >> of course, had to do it. >> of course, you somehow make it word. >> i know what i am talking about here today beautiful, sunny, warm, up to 90 degrees, humidity stays low, the next few days start to feel more like summer conditions, right on schedule, tomorrow off i shall marks the start of astronomical summer 6:34 in the evening. warm willing up pleasant start, temperatures lower 60s earlier, now up to 70 degrees in the sunshine, with some high thin serous clouds out there right now. winds has shifted direction now, out of the southwest at about 9 miles per hour, and it is that winds that will help bring in some warmer air today. so up to 70 already in allentown, 71 reading, look at that, mount pocono, already in the upper 60s, low 70s at the
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shore. seventy-four in palmyra, new jersey, there is the winds direction, west to southwest, right now. that's warm wind coming across the land. we get the sea breeze going on south jersey and delaware, bringing some relief from the heat today. few clouds i am. >> this time of year the sun is strong, so, temperatures going to heat up quickly today. taking dad to the ballpark, we got phillies in. and arizona in town, mostly sunny little on the hot side, temperature up around 87 degrees at first pitch, we get to up about 90 for philadelphia, upper 70s at the shore, low 80s in the poconos, we got more 90s coming up in the forecast, but doesn't last too too long, the seven day coming up. >> justin, thank you. new this morning, marine units medical units and philadelphia police are on the scene after early morning accident. where a mini-van landed in the delaware river. cherri gregg from sister station "kyw news radio" live
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along columbus boulevard. cherri gregg, been bringing us updates, what can you tell us now? >> good morning, rahel, the medical unit is still on the scene, and those marine units are still busy working searching the river for the person or persons believed to have been inside of this silver buick rendezvous that was pulled from the delaware river, around 5:30 this morning, man, just spoke to police, just left the scene. he says, police told him, they believe it was his brother's vehicle that was located. captain says they got the call just before 3:00 a.m. this morning, two witnesses say they saw a vehicle speeding down oregon avenue vehicle crossed south columbus boulevard ripped through the gate here at the shipyard ren crashed into the delaware river. police and fire officials
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arrived and divers immediately began searching the water, and within minutes poppled silver suv severely damaged from the river, front bumper ripped off. the windshield smashed, three tires missing, the vehicle literally broke apart as rescuers pulled it from the water, which i understand is only 20 feet deep. here's captain overwise. car comes flying by, not sure of the model, flying by. not paying attention, i heard a crash, i think it crashed into another car. i look over, i seen the game missing then heard splash. so i told my friends in the car, like, yo, somebody just went through the water. we pulled over immediately, and just called the cops right up. >> spoke to police earlier this morning, again, police and marine unit still working,
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police found keys in the ignition, and the windshield was smashed and so they believe that someone was ejected from that vehicle. again, man who did not identify himself spoke to police few moments ago, he told me, that the suv is believed to be his brother, then his brother was likely in that vehicle again. that march did not identify himself but extremely distraut. and marine units are continuing to work to search the river here, to determine whether or not that person, that was ejected from the vehicle, is still in this river. again marine units working for hours, silver suv filled out just after 5:00 this morning, weep ' keep up out dated live in philadelphia, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio" for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> also, new this morning, driver is accused of driving while intoxicated, after his car allegedly hit a row of
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park cars earlier this morning. it happened near venango and edgemont in port richmond about midnight. eyewitnesses counted seven cars that were dented and side, one young man tells he is us co-not believe what was seeing. >> on to the next block, almost hit one, two more. >> now, that driver is in police custody, though, fortunately no injuries. >> the philadelphia police bomb squad is examining a suspicious device that forced evacuation of northwest detective, at broad and champ plows streets. and the backpack of male brought into the station for an undisclosed reason. authorities took no chances with the device. >> some sort of pipe bomb in the back pack. what appear to be a pipe bomb. but they don't really know the threat level of the device until they take it back to the
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bomb disposal unit and investigate it. >> now, the station was evacuated, and broad street closed in the area, for about 30 minutes, this morning, everything is back to normal. >> well, we are hearing from authorities, neighbors, after dozen girls were rescued from bucks county home. and this morning, three adult are in custody including the parent of at least one of the little girls. our anita oh, tells us the feasterville home designed so in one ever had to leave and no one had to see inside. >> they were living down in the basement, they were hiding in the chicken coup. >> that's the living condition investigators found 12 young children living in, inside this feasterville home on old street road. none were enrolled in school, and police have not found birth certificates for any of the children. >> you look at the house, i mean, windows boards dollars up, always closed. strange. >> the homeowner lee kaplan faces multitude of charges including sexual assault. after police say he fathered two of those children with the eldest girl who was only 14 years old, when she first
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conceived. she is now 18. >> mr. kaplan had her living there as some kind of re pavement for financial situation. >> authorities say the girls parent daniel and savila were part of the amish community in lancaster county, admitted gifting their child in exchange for helping them out of financial ruin, told police they thought it was legal after research on line. >> flabergasted. >> kaplan's neighbors still in shock. >> it makes me feel terrible that i'm two doors away and i didn't even know this was going on. >> inside the home, investigators found an elaborate train set worth tens of thousands of dollars, along with homework and musical instruments. >> apparently wanted to be self-sufficient. there is cases of cans goods in the basement, he had chicken coup with a lot of chicken? it. >> though the investigation is far from over, neighbors say, they're relieved the children are safe. >> this is it finally enough like catch this guy. >> and because there were no birth certificate found inside the home, it is still not clear who those ten other children are and whether they are related.
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meantime, kaplan and the girls two parent remain in county jail on $1 million bail each. in feasterville, anita oh, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and stay with "eyewitness news" as we continue to follow the investigation into this. continuing on line any time at >> chester county investigators trying to find out who beat a woman to death in her home, 662 year old denise was found dead in tredyffrin township, relative discovered the body, heather zone stief. police say recently widowed, authorities are investigating this case as a homicide. if you have any information call police. >> wilmington police are investigating a fatal shooting, officers responded to a call of gunfire on the 900 block of north pine street yesterday afternoon. when they arrived they found 29 year old man was multiple gun shod wonts to his upper body, he died at the hospital, suspect. >> philadelphia police are investigating a shoot that ended with one man dead, and
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another man critically wounded. investigators say the victim, both 26, were shot just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. it happened 1,000 block every edgemore road. so far this morning no after he cents. >> a violent assault in philadelphia's feltonville neighborhood, sends man to the hospital. police say someone slashed a man in his 30's in the face yesterday afternoon at mascher street and wyoming avenue. the victim in critical condition at temple's hospital. suspect in police custody, no word on motive. >> one week after the worse mass shooting in modern history, archdioces of philadelphia is holding a mass in memory of the victims in orlando, the mass is at 6:30 this evening, orlando determined to stay strong as the victim's family bid them final farewell during funeral services, weijia jiang has more. >> sounds powerful message by
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the colors of the rainbow. >> were there to families, victims. >> the city's professional soccer team holes dollars the first major sporting event since the massacre at a gay night club last week. >> brought two little boys with message in minds. >> means we're at city we won't give into terrorism. >> tribute here at the soccer stadium just one every many event, scheduled throughout the weekends, offering support to victims families, as they lay their loved ones to rest. >> hundreds stood outside the funeral for christopher, the 32 year old and his partner, were both killed. volunteers wore massive angel wings to shield mourners from protesters. >> to say that love wins, that angels win.
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>> twenty-eight year old angelo pedro, his father says now god has a new angel. >> the family of nebraska toddler killed by an alligator at disney resort are speaking out again. that will statement, matt and melissa say they've overwelmed with support and love, to continue, we understand the public's interests, but as we move forward this weekend, we ask for and appreciate the privacy we need to lay our son to rest. see two year old lane graves died from traumatic injuries and drawing. now adding warning signs and temporary to beach areas. still much more to come on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> firefighters gain ground, but that's not the only hot spot. donald trump pushes back at what calls last ditch effort to deny him the republican presidential nomination.
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one democrat fires back, justin? >> good fathers day morning, everyone, still pleasant right now, temperature around 70 degrees. but we will be heating up as we head into the official start of the summer season. we'll let you know what to expect over the next seven days whe
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>> firefighters able to make progress, after high winds failed to materialize, air crafts helping by dumping water to fight the flames, 7,000 acres have burned no homes have caught fire, but 270 lee main at risk. and another wild fire, this one in arizona, about 30% contained. the fire has burned close to 19 square miles, since
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wednesday, and firefighters have beefed up containment areas on the northern and western side of the flames, and officials say they're confident they can get the upper hand soon. >> number one objective of course ensuring that we have emergency responder safety and those folks are well taken care of. secretary objective providing probing tech sean for the communities that they're adjacent to, or within. >> mandatory evacuations, many people have already december side today leave town. >> presumptive republican nominee continues to express his frustration, over the lack of party unity. in las vegas, address the rumors the gop will try to deny him the nomination at next month's convention in cleveland. trump says despite the reports, he's not worried.
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>> trying to organize maybe little bit of delegate, the republican national committee put out statement, you can't do it, not legal, not allowed to do it. >> trump's recent comment about muslims and a judge of mexican heritage have turned some members of his own party against him. trump will be john dickerson's guest on "face the nation" of course airs at 10:30, right here on cbs-3. >> massachusetts senator liz ends blasted biliary at the new hampshire democratic state convention. warren who has endorsed presumptive nominee, hillary clinton, and is now actively campaigning for her did not hold back. >> every day it becomes clearer he is a thin skinned racist bully. and every day it becomes clearer em never n president of the united states. >> warren and clinton have met in recent days, fueling speculation, that clinton will tap her for her runningmate.
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recent bloomberg pole more than a third of clinton's supporters say, warren should be her vp. >> enjoy becoming grandmother, again. chelsey clinton has given birth to her second child she and her husband already have 20 month old daughter, first daughter quoted overwelmed with gratitude and love, as we celebrate the birth of our son, aiden clinton, and hillary and former president bill clinton issued statement that they they're overjoyed to e grand parent again. >> and someone no longer a baby, little todd, turning one? >> time flies. >> certainly, a rascal. >> yes, it will be nice weather for his dirt day. >> looks good, yes. summer officially arrives tomorrow. will feel like t you know how it should be, hot side, little more humid, but overall not bad forecast, been pretty lucky so far, as far as the
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sustained heat goes. really haven't had any big extended periods of hot weather. and right now, though, do have rapid warm up. looking liver up in reading, whitt fields elementary school in the sunshine already up to 75 degrees, after a nice start in the lower 60s, this morning, you can see, full sunshine sun, strongest time of the year as we approach the summer solsus, close to 09 degrees in inland spot. so heat, humidity on the rise, tomorrow, officially in the evening of the summer solsus occurs, then also talking about shower and storm chance. actually couple of chances this week, i'll show you that in the seven day forecast, until then, nice, quiet, through much of the northeast and the mid-atlantic, big area of high pressure dominating the region, all of the clouds and showers stay to the north. showers and storms over minute society, a colds front tracks through our region tuesday, could bring our first chance for a scattered shower thunderstorm, about it, but it will be bring some cooler air. as i mention tomorrow morning, starts beginning of the summer season 6:34, reach the summer
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solsus, a loft people ask why do we give it exact time? that time actually changes. but it is the sun, when it reaches its farthest point north and northern hemisphere, which is 23.5 degrees north latitude. which is the tropic every cancer. so, at that point, longest amount of daylight tomorrow. sunrises at 5:33, sets at 8: 33, so 15 hours every daylight, enjoy it, after that, goes downhill. we start losing daylight each day as we head toward the fall season, and then this occurs in the northern hemisphere, summers, between june 20th and june 22, so it does vary because you have the leap year, all of that. but it will be hot. feeling like summer today, 09 degrees, sunshine, so good day to hang out at the pool with dad or break out the grill, enjoy your backyard today. pleasant, at the shore, as well, nice little sea breeze will develop, so beach temperatures up around 78 degrees, this afternoon. ocean getting little better at 68. still little chilly. rip countries being lower today. and always make sure the lifeguards are on duty. overall, trend, over the next
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24-48 hours, pretty quiet for the most part, high pressure sits over the mid-atlantic. a lot of sunshine today and tomorrow. nearest cold front coming through on tuesday as it approaches us, see more clouds later on monday night, tuesday morning, into the afternoon, maybe scattered shower, or two, looks like best chance from the city on south and east, and not a lot of moisture with this frontal boundary, but will start to bring in cooler air, like i said, this no persistent period of sustained warmth across the region so far this season. near 90 around philadelphia, today, upper 80s outer suburbs tonight more muggy so start feeling the difference with the humidity levels, and then tomorrow, casino of the same deal. upper 80s to near 90 degrees, exception will be along the shore points. so for today, mostly sunny skies, still comfortable but hot. ton humid, slightly cooler in the suburbs, and leer we go, extended forecast string every some 90 agree temperatures through tuesday, tuesday that day we could see the shower or
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storm, then humidity just drops on wednesday, back to below average with the temperature, high of 82 degrees, and thursday looks like more clouds, maybe shower, at this point, highs near 80, and still pleasant as we finish off the work week into next weekends highs in the low to mid 80s, rahel, back to you. >> thanks, justin. right now, 8:22 checking the roads. >> happy fathers day to everyone. looking at i59 at columbus boulevard, so far no delays or problems here. >> out of camera range, oregon avenue, police directing traffic. accident investigation going on there. >> directing traffic in that particular area. we move the track cam here to 202 southbound, south of swedesford road, you see disable vehicle, the right lane blocked, and traffic squeezing by, so far, no delays, there are delays intermittently here,
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especially as traffic picks up. >> the right lane blocked by it. car lost its tire, what a way to start fathers day, right? ben franklin mid-span, taking dad to the shore, brennan the walt whitman good shape. further up in delays, a.c. expressway looks good, so does garden state parkway. taking mass transit this morning. on or close to schedule, with no reported delays or problems. that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. now, rahel, back to you. >> "eyewitness news" look ri one american park is larger than yellowstone, yosemite, grand canyon and glacier national parks combined. and that's not the only thing you can only find in new york state. ♪
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>> it turns out you can be fired for having a beard. >> we do not have a constitutional right to wear a beard. it has been tested in the supreme court, 1976. >> christopher olds stone moore would know, history professor at write state university who wrote the book on beards. >> do men have the right to grow hair as they wish? that's an interesting civil rights question. the supreme court has recently ruled in favor of a muslim prisoner, in a federal prison. so the supreme court is tolerant of beards for for religious reasons, but not for any other reasons. according to professor, there is still a long way to go before beards gainful acceptance in our modern american world. legal or otherwise. >> we still have a norm, a shaving norm, in our culture, that's well established, and so anyone who deviates from that norm is in some regards suspicious.
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what statement are you making, why have you deviated from the norm, can we trust you. >> and yet, who could be more trustworthy than this guy? this sunday morning here on cbs-3 at 9:00 a.m. coming up in the next half hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news" we will check in with "face the nation", for a look ahead. so it seems a mini-van plunges into the delaware river, and a close call for a plane that crashes into the ocean. and the boater he missed. finds out what the boater saw. >> if your dad loves hot weather for father day, he will love the next few days, just fin drabick, eyewitness weather forecast coming up when we come
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good morning, today is sunday june 19th, where has the month gone? we send it owl to meteorology, justin dray brick, it will be a hot day, but fortunately the humidity shouldn't be too bad. >> that's right, and that's really the story, i think we can hand this will heat. we will get close to 09 degrees, but could feel worse for this time of year. but another nice morning here on this fathers day, in the sunshine, some high thin serous clouds right now, that's not going to produce any rain. so any outdoor plans you have for dad, it is definately a go today. >> from three to 9 degrees warmer, that hotter air mass continues to build, in 70 right now, in philadelphia and wilmington and dover delaware, low 70s. south jersey and at the shore.
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so get that heat off the land, but eventually, we breeze develop this afternoon with nice pleasant conditions, in south jersey, and at the delaware beaches. comfort index, for the most part still pretty good. dew point temperature upper 50's, i would still call that pleasant zone specially for the second half of june. on the rise and happenings to be tomorrow, storm scan3 quiet, will stay like that today, have the sun black on headed outside, that sun is strong this time of year, full sunshine, up to 90 degrees for philadelphia, upper 70s at the shore, and even warm day up in the mountains, temperatures there, in the lower 80s, so that humidity on the rise, also talk about couple of shower and storm chances for this week, we will break it down in a few more minute, back to you. >> justin, thank up, new this morning, an investigation is underway, after a mini-van was pulled from the delaware river. cherri gregg live along columbus boulevard, where cherry medical teams just
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arrived within the last hour, what can you tell us? >> good morning, rahel, medical unit just left the scene, just moments ago, but police are still here, discussing the finds that they had earlier this morning, the marine unit have packed up, after spending the past couple of hours, searching the delaware river, the body of the person believed to have been inside of buick rendezvous pulled from the river around 5:00 a.m. this morning. just about a half hour ago. a man who was interviewed by police says the vehicle are believed to be his brother, now, police say they got the call just before 3:00 a.m., about a car, that had sped down oregon avenue, across columbus boulevard, ripped through the gate here at the shipyard, and then plunged into the delaware river with a huge splash. police fire, marine units,
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arrived on the scene, and immediately began searching the river, sent divers who had to look through merky water with almost zero visible, and found the vehicle within minute, and by 5:00 a.m., tow truck pulled it from the water. the vehicle broke apart, and rescue workers pulled it out of the delaware, the front of the vehicle is really damaged, front bumper was ripped off, the windshield smashed, and tires missing, but they did not finds a body. so here is captain mark overwise from the thirds district, here's what he said they learned from witnesses. >> told the officers, this they were stopped at the light, christopher columbus boulevard, vehicle traveling at high rate of speed, oregon avenue, crashed through the gate, and they didn't see the vehicle after that. they exited the vehicle, the witnesses did, and look through the vehicle corks not see it, so they called 911.
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>> now, as you can see, police marine units making one final drag of this section of the river, we understand that the tide was in earlier this morning, so, any body of the an individual that was likely in the individual could have washed out to sea, so, at this point, they are not very optimistic that they'll finds anything, and it could take couple of days before the individual who had been driving, who is believed to have been driving the suv, is located. again, a man who had been interviewed by police say it is believed to be his brother's vehicle, that was found, that silver suv that was fuld from the river, but again, the marine units are going to be wrapping up any moment now, just because there is low visibility, and it is unlikely that they'll be successful in finding who ever was driving that vehicle. live in south philadelphia, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio", for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> okay, cherri gregg, thank
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you. scary moment for a pilot after his small plane crashes off the coast of rhode island. pilot was the only person on board, and thanks to several lifeguards, quickly rescued, one eyewitness boating at the time describes the moment he saw the plane, which almost hit his boat. >> notice up ahead of me there was a plane, and, the plane was casino of coming at me, and i look and i said oh, that must be a remote control plane. he ended up crashing maybe, 100 feet off the beach. >> now, if this happened just one day earlier, the pilot may not have been as lucky, the crashes on the first day of the season lifeguards were on duty, fortunately the pilot expected to be okay. >> iraqi forces say they've retaken hospital and another neighborhood in the city of felusia, which has been under isis control for more than two years, offensive drives the islamic state militants from the city began friday. us iran i air strikes have targeted isis hot spots remain after the main islamic force has retreated. the city one of the last isis
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strong holds west of the capitol city of baghdad. well, cbs "face the nation" will be coming through away little later this morning at 10:30 here on cbs-3 and joining us now preview, liver in washington, is the moderator and cbs news political director, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rahel, we've got busy show today, in the aftermath of that massacre, in orlando, we're going to start by tack you go to attorney general loretta lynch what's the latest in the investigation, what have we learned about what could have been done if anything to prevent the massacre, and then what can be put in place now. going to debate next week, restrict gun purchases for those who are on the terror watch list or the no fly list, we will will talk to wayne lapierre, head of the nra, own one side of the debate, california senator diane fine stein the author of one of the amendments to be debated next week about that issue, then from the campaign trail, we will talk to donald trump, his reaction to the mass shooting in orlando, that reaction has
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received a loft criticism, both from the president and members of his own party. so we will will also talk to him about the state of his campaign, here, as we head into the general election, then rahel, we'll have panel to talk about isis, and terrorism, homeland secure till, and as always our political panel to try to put all of that news into some kind of perspective. >> all right, john, thank you. looking forward to today. thousands came out to philadelphia for juneteenth oldest known seem breaks commemorating the ends of slavery in the u.s. >> "eyewitness news" at the parade hosted by music producer and songwriter kenny gamble, and the philadelphia community of leaders. mayor jim kenney was also there and he says this event is important, to show the true history of our country, and our city. >> wasn't just what european males made in this country, many of us, many people, made this country, and i think that we need to acknowledge the
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fact that they were there and they contributed and were heroic, without them this country wouldn't be as far as long a it is now. >> and the event celebrate african-american freedom and achievementment and sheds light on the struggles every enslaved africans in america, juneteenth dates back to 1865. very deserving children had their days brightened up after receiving special gift. irish pub in center city where three children with dis ability were given adapted bicycles. money raise in last year's tour de shore made these possible for these children. >> and local teenager fighting cancer get the birthday wish of his dreams, dan hill, yesterday, huge phillies sports fan, he had the chance to attends, and 45 of his friends. here is the best part. he also got to meet phillies players before the fish pitch, along with other surprises, and dan said it was truly once in a lifetime experience.
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>> so keel, i have all of my friends and family here, coaches, anyone really been like great to me these past couple of years. definitely the best birthday. >> and this was made possible through a project called the youth cancer baseball tour. the program takes hundreds of children and their families dealing with childhood cancer to major league baseball games. and there is still much more to come on "eyewitness news" this morning, including how south jersey making sure there are no local cases of the zika virus, stay with
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on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. squuuuack, it's what you do. >> templet sa peoples for the summer olympics in august, host declared a financial emergency. government re dough de jena/says it needs money to avoid a total collapse of public services during the game. climbing oil price haves plunged rio into it worse recession since the 1930's,
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meanwhile, brazil is also grappling with political crisis last month president was suspended a mid corruption investigation, rio, how much, inch asks cents everything will be ready to go on august 5th, when the games begin. >> the cdc says three babe advice been born in the u.s. with birth defect caused by zika, birth defect from zika also found in another three pregnancies that have ended, none of the cases happened in jersey, and camden county hoping to keep it that way within it boundaries, sister station "kyw news radio" shows us the way they're keeping tabs on mosquito population in the area. >> says z i am ka can be transmitted is often found in the caribbean. so during the summer morning they want people who may be traveling to that area to be aware of the dangers and make sure they do not bring the infected mosquitos back to the u.s. in their luggage or clothing. >> needs to be increased awareness about potential hazards of the zika virus
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entering into our community, and the fact that it is a very real possibility, that it can be broad into our community. says the symptoms hard to spot. >> really is a mild type of flu, so it works its way out of the system, within about seven days. symptoms and then gone. >> said long lasting effect can be spotted in the babies of women becoming pregnant or trying to become pregnant, birth defect causes them to have small heads and short life expectancy. officials aren't just telling people how they could contract and the symptoms, also testing mosquitos throughout camden county make sure they're not caring the virus. >> this is where they get them f big green things with a light bulb and the mosquitos and other bugs are attract today it then collects in a jar. so we go in, sort them, identify the mosquitos, just another form of surveillance. >> off initials camden county say as of now their mosquitos are zika free.
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justin, "kyw news radio", "eyewitness news". >> meanwhile, one electronic company lg has unveiled tv that it says will keep mosquitos away. the technology uses tall sonic waves that you and i can't hear to repel the insect. it also works when the tv is off. they say. lg says it is hoping to help protect against mosquito born diseases, expected to go on sale in india first. >> well, new study shows you don't have to make drastic changes, to significantly lower your risk of developing type two diabetes, researchers suggest switching out one or two servings every meat and dairy each day with one or two servings every vegtables. thirty-four policer among those ate healthy plant based foods. >> and still to come this morning, on "eyewitness news" what mother nature has this store forefathers day, eyewitness weather forecast just minutes away.
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the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need
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to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. >> happy farther day to all of the dads out, there hopefully having good start to your day so far. pleasant this morning, temperatures in the 50's, and 60s, but now pretty rapid warm up, already seeing that across a lot of the backyards, we check in with weather watchers reporting the full sunshine well into the 70s, already, we just go north and west of the city, up in blue bell, jerry aubrey, 77 degrees, mostly sunny skies another warm spot already, up in sanatoga michael really, mostly sunny skies, 70 degrees, humidity levels for now are low, later tonight start to feel the difference, in humidity levels. take you out to new jersey right now, central new jersey, mary ann, in browns mills, still sitting in the upper 60s, pretty comfortable this with mostly sunny skies.
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margo, upper 60s in the sunshine, good place to be if you don't like the heat, obviously at the shore, nice sea breeze, will develop later this afternoon, look at the boardwalk, already picking up with activity in ocean city, it has been great father day weekends, delaware beaches, another great beach day today, that trends will continue into tomorrow, as well. big temperature the story heating up, average high 84 degrees, well below that on thursday, barely made it to 70 degrees, but mid 80s on friday, and yesterday, now start to bump up close to 09 degrees for the next few days, typical though, as we head toward the summer season, which officially begins tomorrow. humidity levels, still somewhat on the pleasant side today. it is little higher than yesterday. tomorrow, it will feel more humid. call it steamy on tuesday. but then it is gone. so really have two days of some humid conditions. back to pleasant conditions by
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the second half of this upcoming week. summer officially arrives tomorrow. would you think hey typically the hottest time of year. not really. yes the sun rays are the strongest right now, so we peak in solar radiation in the month of june, but takes a while to really heat up the air. usually we see the hottest temperatures in the month of july. mid to late july. typically when we average into the upper 80s. and water takes a lot longer, good two month, you know that if you hit the shore. right now ocean water temperatures in the 60s, but go to the shore late august into september, when they peak in the warmth, well into the 70s, that time of year. little tip how things work with the summer season, sky conditions, looking good today. mostly sunny right now, have some high thin serous clouds roll on through, but not going to produce any rain, so again, a lot of strong sun's rays getting through, make sure to have the sun block on this afternoon if you are outside. do have some storms out across innocent minnesota. will start to track south and east, chance of showers
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tuesday. cook dad some lunch or dinner tonight being break out the grill. it will be hot. but he deserves it, mostly sunny skies, forecast looks good, no threat of any rain hitting the shore, upper 70s to around 80 degrees today, and tomorrow, notice the increase in humidity on monday still lots every sunday shine around, then tuesday, few clouds return, maybe scattered shower or storm chance or in the low 80s, i wouldn't cancel your beach plans tuesday, because chance is still at this point are low from this cold front. i show this on future weather model. today nothing happening. mostly sunny conditions, tonight, little bit more muggy, and then tomorrow kind of same deal like today. mostly sunny skies few clouds start to return later monday night. tuesday we have this front coming on through, bringing little bit of shower activity through part of the area, again, scattered, perhaps thunderstorm, but chances look pretty low. later this week, though, see another drop in the jet stream. that allows cooler air to return. so, don't get used to this warm spell. ninety today. tonight, more humid. and clear skies, 66, we keep
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it around 90 degrees through tuesday, then once that front moves through back below average low 80s, maybe shower on thursday, but rahel, something for everyone, there you have the heat and then pleasant by the end of the week. >> and nice fathers day, no rain, little hot. all right, thanks us justin. time now 8:00 a; let's check on those roads with ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center. hi, ann. >> hammy father day to everyone, what you are looking at i59 at broad street at the top of your screen, the walt whitman bridge, you can just see it there. the tip top of your screen. no delays on i95 all at broad or through philadelphia or it suburbs, the walt whitman bridge, you might be take that to the shore, and it is in fine shape. no delays further up on the 42 freeway, 55, a.c. expressway or the garden state parkway. we move the traffic cam here to the schuylkill at spring garden street. again, the schuylkill looks fine, picking up volume this father day. but it is moving, and it is of course very full through philadelphia, and its suburbs, no major delays yet. that's the latest from the
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cbs-3 traffic center, now, rahel, back to you. >> ann, thank you. if you already miss the good wife, no worries, new political drama on cbs-3. the creators of that hit series have debuted new thriller titled brain dead. and tonight there is an encore presentation of the first episode. jan carabeo takes us behind the scenes. >> very republican thing to say. liberals love when things did i appear. >> thank, john. >> definition of ac liberal. >> part of the summer series, brain dead, comic thriller set in the world of washington dc politics i had the financing -- >> laurel played by mary elizabeth, is the daughter of democratic political dynasty, who actually leads washington to become a documentary film maker. but laurel is pulled back into the family business when her older brother luke needs help running senate offers. >> being there, decides she may as well try to do good job, try to get some things
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done she cares about. it proving to be very difficult. laurel becomes certain of two things. government has stopped working, and bugs are invading the brains of congressmen. anyway. >> so what's up with the bugs? >> i think i said the exact same thing when i first red this script. what's up with the bugs? >> danny and tony play senators on opposite sides of the aisle. danny as luke heeley, the democratic whipped senator from maryland, and tony as top republican, name senator red, one of the first to be infected real world makes our job that much easier, so much to draw from. so many bizarre characters and situations, and just when you think it can't get weirder, it does. >> backdrop of the
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presidential election, creators michelle and robert king say the timing couldn't be better to bring the she to life. >> something even casino every growing about the extremism, the right, the left, the best way to aing it it was with something just as ludacrous, which is like invasion of the body snatchers. >> sometimes truth, they say, can be stranger than fiction. >> almost everyone i told the premise of the show, their immediate reaction oh, like real life. >> jan carabeo, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> once again see the encore presentation of brain dead, airs tonight at 8:00 here on cbs-3, then watch new episode at regular time tomorrow night at 10:00.
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tomorrow, little more humid. tuesday could be scattered shower or thunderstorm, still at 90. and then, just give it few more days if you don't like the heat, we drop back below average wednesday, thursday, around 80 degrees, maybe shower or two, thursday, so, overall pleasant forecast, as we move into the first week of the summer season. >> i love summer. hello summer. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now, signing off on tv but always on line, sends sunday morning is next have, a great day, very happy fathers day. see you next weekend. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo.
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