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he will not back down from the rehab or surgeries that he needs. and back being a officer. >> after a police officer in delaware county is shot in the line of duty, the officer's father talks about his recovery. for the first time we have seen the officer smiling from the hospital room. a fire in the the germantown home, and then find a woman's body in the basement. disaster declaration president obama clears way for federal aid after floods devastate west virginia. well to day is sunday june u i'm rahel solomon. let's turn it over to just continue drabick. we have just launched our pet project. justin for all of the dog
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lovers good day to take a nice walk and run. >> it will get hot this afternoon. >> fido can handle it. >> plenty of water. >> later in the day but anytime to be outside. humidity stays low. that will change tomorrow. we're lucky with nice, dry weekend. that is good news there outdoor plans a go today. if you missed out on yesterday you'll get your shot. different story over next 24 to 48 hours but we woke up to 50's and 60's, close to 70 at the airport in philadelphia south breeze coming in at 3 miles an hour and across region starting to see lower 70's. seventy-one in wilmington. seventy in berks county, reading, shore temperatures in the 60's, palmyra, new jersey in the lower 70's. we have a strong late june sunshine in place so wrapped warm up, storm scan three nice and quiet, tough to find cloud. we have at 9:00 o'clock well in the lower 70's, approaching
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80 and then head in the afternoon mid to upper 80's for the afternoon high temperatures. we are above average once again, 88 degrees is the sunshine for philadelphia at the shore. nice sea breeze in the upper 70's, that is best place to be if you are trying to beat the heat and up in the poconos temperatures up around 80 degrees. we will remain on the warm side over next few days but humidity will start to increase. it will turn muggy and that will bring in some shower storm chances back in the forecast. we will time it out in a few more minutes, back over to you. we are hearing from the father of the folcroft police officer shot in the line of duty last week. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do talks and shows us how the community is supporting officer dorman and his family. >> reporter: george dorman got the phone call no parent of an officer ever wants to receive, friday morning his son chris, a full croft police officer was shot seven times including once in the face.
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miraculously he survived. >> he is doing well, as well as can be expected. >> he was shot seven times. he is pulling through good. >> reporter: now george dorman's youngest child his baby is being called a delco legend. hundreds of the community members, fellow officers and first responders came out to a vigil to pray for his swift recovery. >> this is way community comes together, their police officers, their brothers, sisters. >> reporter: and thanks to face time chris saw outpouring of love at the vigil right from his hospital bed. chris's close friend, still call him dorman still grateful that the fun loving goofy friend is still with us. >> time to get back out there. >> he loves his job. he supported folcroft more than anybody. >> reporter: now his family is asking that the community continue to support their hometown hero on his road to
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recovery and all who wear a badge. >> just like everybody else he is not backing down. he didn't back down with a guy from the gun trying to kill him and he will not back down from the rehab or surgeries that he needs to get himself back to being a police officer which he is doing. >> reporter: doctors do not have a a time line for when officer dorman will be release budd as his father says he will return to the police force whether that is here in folcroft or elsewhere n folcroft delaware county i'm trang do for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". one person is in temple university hospital after this car crash, at 11th and susquehanna in north philadelphia in word on a person's condition and police this morning still trying to figure out what caused the crash. search is on for cause of the house fire in germantown and for identity of the woman found dead inside. the fire broke out just before 9:00 on the 200 block of price street fire fighters found woman's body in the basement and it is in the clear if she died in the fire.
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one fire fighter suffered minor injuries battling the flames. >> this fire brought four apparatus and 50 fire fighters to the scene. we had one injured and currently in the hospital that we expect to be treated and released. >> causes under investigation. fire in germantown sent one person to the hospital. happened on the 5800 block of tacoma street around 5:00. it took crews an hour to control the fire, not clear, however what caused it. fire fighters are investigating what caused a house fire in delaware county. flames caused damage to the home on the 2700 block of belmont avenue in haverford township. much of the damage on the second floor no one hurt here. there were also no injuries after a car fire on the 600 block of west wyoming avenue in the philadelphia juniata a park section. no details on how that started. wild fire in central california claimed lives of two people, elderly couple was found in the charred remains
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of their mobile home in the community of lake isabela. fire scorched 56 square miles and destroyed 150 homes. california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency. officials say 2500 more homes remain in the path of those flames. president obama has approved federal aid for west virginia after some of the worst flooding the state has seen in decade. twenty-four people died and many more are homeless. the as wendy gilette reports tens of thousands are still in the dark as communities began a lengthy clean up. police and fire crews are going door to door looking for a survivors after floods roared through green briar county west virginia. water has over taken many roads, dozens of streets are closed. the floods began thursday following heavy rains the at least 9 inches in some area. steve le fountain is back in
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his aunt's home to pick up her very frightened pets. thursday night he saw some of the victims and helped rescue relatives and their neighbors. >> there was an elderly lady in one of the houses holding her husband up. 118 pounds soaking wet and she was holding her husband up out of the water. he was deceased. >> reporter: survivors are literally picking up pieces of their devastated homes. one hundred houses were damaged or destroyed. >> we never thought it would be this bad. >> reporter: floods are starting to recede but memories will be long to fade. high waters here killed more people then all of those who died from tornadoes or lightening strikes across the entire country this year. wendy gilette for cbs news. the try rock philadelphia try at license wraps up in fairmount park. cherri gregg from kyw news radio has been live there all morning and cherry, you have been speaking to athletes with
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inspiration aal stories, have you registered yet for next year. >> reporter: that is right, people have many, many reasons why they are out here today, competing in the swim, bike, run challenge, it is 12th annual try rock triathlon and the first leg began earlier in the day this whole area here was filled with bikes. but now it is empty because those swimmers came in, grab those bikes and hit the road for a 25-mile ride. now runners are beginning to come through. i wanted to both nancy and bruce over here. they participated in the swim one whole mile in the schuylkill river. i give it to you. bruce from our area nancy came from atlanta. what was it like. >> i loved it. water was great. 80 degrees. schuylkill river get the a bad wrap, beautiful, nice and calm. perfect for a whim. >> that is right. >> nancy why would you company
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something like this. i mean it is like jumping in the schuylkill river. dangerous yet safe because they have body guard out there but why would you do something like this. >> this is my fourth year, for team unite brendan and jim are on my team. we raise money for children's hospital of philadelphia, that is number 1j the and j has been title sponsor. i come out for comradery and teamman'sship. >> reporter: one of the reasons you come out is to stay in shape. i want to stay in shape. i want to be with my buddies. we have three from our church, valley view church, competing and it is a a team spirit enjoyable opportunity. >> reporter: wound full. nancy, you were out here ring ago this cow belfor all of the people, j and j raised how much. >> over $400,000 to date and climbing. >> reporter: wow. congratulations on that. this is first leg is over, bulk of the swimmers have come through. as you can see bikers are now
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on the roads and then finally they will have a 6-mile run. i'm tired just thinking bit, rahel, okay, i have never done anything like this but people there is a lot of first time and experienced folks, doing the relay but it is all for fun to raise money for a number of big causes. live, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> certainly an accomplishment, cherri, thank you. after a series of violent disturbing incidents a civilian watch group is keeping an eye on the schuylkill river trail. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh was there as the first patrol we again. >> reporter: 60 miles scenic stretch spans the schuylkill river trail. >> we have like really so much to offer here and it sucks some people are ruining it. >> reporter: recent crime has turned some regulars into rare visitors. >> when things start happening i stopped running on the the trail. >> every once in a while we might run in weirdos. >> reporter: philadelphia a
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councilman kenyatta johnson said many called for a watch group concerned about crime including random violence slashing and complaints of the groping. >> as a public service, people will call me out, and rarely do i find people to step up to say how can i get involved? what can we do to make our city a safer city. >> reporter: after a year of preparation the schuylkill river trail watch launched on saturday. >> we are not just a vigilante force but we are out there helping people. >> reporter: volunteer group and every member has been train. >> observation skills, giving a good description, how to understand 911 system, how to make a if. >> reporter: report organizers are adamant they are in the replacing the philadelphia police biking the trail, they are simply adding extra eyes and years. >> eighty people have became part of the schuylkill river trail watch but city has made other improvements installing mile markers and improving lighting. they are looking into installing cameras along the
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trail. >> it is important to have something or some group monitoring. >> reporter: anthony movie hoy trains the volunteers says those who used the trail should in the worry about unfair treatment. >> it is not going to generate to profiling because we are not looking at people that is criminals. what we are doggies saying on the trail we are a community. >> reporter: one that protect is it own and safety of popular philadelphia attractions. >> you hate to see something so wonderful become dangerous. >> reporter: on the schuylkill river trail, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". is there still much more to come on "eyewitness news", brexit, millions of the britains want a do over of the vote leading to the uk's decision to leave the eu. hear more about the plan and what parliament is saying about it. where there is a will there is a way how this conservative columnist is shocking his predominantly g.o.p. followers, justin. good sunday morning everyone. conditions conferrable for now but we are talking about an increase in the summertime humidity. we will let you
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just days after uk voted to brexit, many britains are having second thoughts. on line petition dubbed rebrexit is demanding a do over of the referendum on leaving the eu. has more than 2 million signatures on the official parliament web site. by law british lawmakers will have to debate the issue. particle it is expected to look into it on tuesday. uk's decision to pull out of the european union is becoming a campaign issue here. erin barnett has more. >> the united states has real, real problems and brexit. >> donald trump took a spin around his public gulf course
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with rupert murdock and took a swing of president obama's handling of the brexit debate. specifically this comment made in april of what was happening. >> it will in the happen anytime soon because our focus is negotiating with a big block of the european union to get a trade agreement done and uk will be in the back of the cube. >> reporter: he thought that would never happen. he said if it does happen that the uk has to get to the back of the line. this was a very bad signal to send to the uk. >> reporter: after eu pull out was approved, the president softened his tone. >> while uk relationship with the eu will change, one thing that will in the change is special relationship that exist between our two nations. >> reporter: in a statement presumptive democratic nominee hillary clinton respects the decision but wants to quote make sure that the economic uncertainty created by these events does not hurt working families here in america.
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in a veil swipe to trump, clinton says this is time for calm steady leadership rather than tearing each other down. aaron barnett, cbs washington. well, donald trump as too much. he is parting way with the gop. he change his voter registration town affiliate because of the parties support of trump. both washington post because he made the change several weeks ago. all right. justin joining us now, nice weekend. >> nice weekend, sunny and warm. it is still comfortable. people want to hit the beach, pool. >> good weekend for that. >> temperatures on the warm side. we will get that today. >> sun block. >> that is key this time of the year. sunnies strong. uv index running hot, sun block, sunglasses. lets go down to ocean city where boardwalk picking up an activity earlier this morning. people getting that morning work out whether they are jogging or riding their bike, comfortable temperatures right now.
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sixty's and 70's we will have a nice sea breeze like yesterday at the shore. coastal temperatures will hang out in the 70's once again in the sunshine. inland is different story. we will warm up, pretty rapidly with the full sunshine, sunny and warm sunday, staying warm comfortable for now. humidity levels somewhat on the lower side for late june standard, but that changes starting tomorrow. we will bring back some storm chances this week and as we head up toward the holiday weekend. but until then pretty nice, quiet. seventy in reading. fifty-seven in mount pocono. we have warmth all across the region. the nice breeze coming off the ocean out of the north east, upper 60's to 07 from cape may up to ocean city. 69 degrees in rehoboth beach, delaware. showers and storms still well to the north and west across chicago right now, that is cold front that will impact us as we head toward monday night and certainly on tuesday but until then, we will be enjoying the sunshine. high pressure remains in control across mid-atlantic
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and northeast. we will protect from it any storms. make it fair weather clouds from time to time. that is bit. we mentioned humidity somewhat low today, call it pleasant for late june standard. tomorrow more humid. you will notice it. certainly feeling steamy on tuesday. that is day where we could get showers and thunderstorms and brief heavier downpours with all that humidity around. then humidity push owes tout wednesday. we are back to pleasant conditions by the middle of the week. hanging out at home local pool, family friend house it will be hot, good place to cool off is in that pool. uv index very high, nine out of ten. lots of sunshine inland temperatures in the upper 80's. ocean water 67 degrees. feeling good jumping in. air temperature at the shore 77 degrees. rip current risk stays low. northeast breeze at 10 miles an hour. out door planned, this is what you want to see as high pressure remains in control. that means fair weather. we have got that going on yesterday and today. tomorrow, that high exit, we
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will notice clouds moving in, there could be a shower in the poconos tomorrow afternoon but best chance to see showers will be monday night and tuesday, as front approaches and then hangs out over the region on tuesday. tuesday is not an all take wash out but notice there will be a better chance for widespread showers even possibility of file thunderstorms. not a severe threat. chance will be there. today, mostly sunny skies, a few fair weather cloud, tonight looks nice, once again, comfortable, temperatures down in the 50's in the suburbs, and then tomorrow morning is good we will be battling sun glare, so, you'll need a sunglasses and advisors ride to go work tomorrow and cloud move in monday afternoon. most areas stay dry, monday evening, we will see some showers rolling from the west and that will continue into tuesday. today, inland areas once again just like yesterday we will warm up. nice push of the easterly win keeping coastal temperatures cool. tomorrow morning 50's to lower 60's, that is in the bad for this time of the year and tomorrow we will have clouds move in.
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temperatures still in the 80's. we will struggle to get to the upper 80's but if we do get that sunshine. warmest day to day 88 degrees, tonight, 62 for city. fifty's in the surrounding suburbs and then tomorrow, same deal, just clouds on the increase, more humid, upper 80's, tuesday our best day to see a shower or thunderstorm and then drop temperatures for wednesday back down to 82, below a average, we're dry until friday and sat the day a chance for scattered shower or thunderstorm, rahel, back to you. >> good workweek, without rain. time is 8:21. let check on the roads with melony armstrong at the cbs-3 traffic center. >> we're looking at schuylkill at montgomery drive, you can see off ramp closed westbound as police vehicle there because of the shut down because of the try rock philadelphia triathlon this morning. there are a number of other closures. ben franklin parkway between spring garden street and art museum circle. falls bridge closed between martin luther king drive and kelly drive. kelly drive shut down between art museum circle and lincoln
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drive ape spring garden street closed between pennsylvania avenue and schuylkill. schuylkill westbound at passyunk avenue we have disabled vehicle sitting there so use some caution. lets take a look the at vine street expressway at 95, traffic is moving very well through there. major roads in philadelphia looking good, no problems on i-95, schuylkill, vine street expressway or the boulevard. now lets take a look at the mid county toll plaza. heading northbound, it is if you are heading to the poconos looking just fine, and then no problems, as you head to the shore points. we're looking good on the major roads in new jersey, we do have the off ramp close on the garden state parkway southbound at pleasantville for construction until about 10:00 a.m. mass transit is looking good. that is the latest from the cbs-3 traffic event certificate, rahel, back to you. >> all right, melony, thank you. "eyewitness news" will be right back, with the story of a
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♪ and good morning to you. today is sunday june 26th i'm rahel solomon. the let's head out to justin drabick on the cbs-3 sky deck. i do believe this is last weekend in june. what a nice way to end it.
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>> good to be out here on the sky deck. some days you do not want to be out here but today is not bad, i could sit out here all morning long. behind me beautiful skies there, cannot even find a cloud in the sky around philadelphia. still comfortable. temperatures holding out in the 60's but we will get that wrapped warm up with strong late june sunshine. sixty-nine in philadelphia. seventy-one in wilmington delaware we are up to 07 in wildwood. light breeze right now all across the region. so it is a nice start to the day but not much breeze through the afternoon hours. we will make it pretty hot in the inland spots and again even though humidity levels are on the low side gets uncomfortable. seven in quakertown. sixty-six in doylestown at this hour. everybody well in the 80's with the exception down toward the shore. dew point temperatures which tells us how much humidity in the air is creeping up around philadelphia. right around 60 degrees. sixty-one. indicating a somewhat humid air mass. if you are the in the 60's you are feeling good.
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that will be the trend today. starting tomorrow dew point numbers will be climbing well to the 60's and then on tuesday as well. so humidity will return. we have to deal witt. storm scan three nice and quiet. that is the trend just like yesterday a repeat with mostly sunny skies. so this morning sunny, comfortable. temperatures climbing through 60's. still pleasant. just on the warm side. temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. we will get up to 88 degrees for philadelphia, 3 degrees above average. sea breeze at the shore 07's there near 80 in the poconos. we will talk about that humidity on the rise and next chance for showers and storms on the workweek we will explain when we check weather, rahel, back over to you. well, the try rock philadelphia triathlon comes to a close after three days of racing, running, swimming. cherry greg from kyw news radio is live in fairmount park with the athletes and cherry, it started two hours ago, what do you see now. >> well, right now i'm here at
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the second leg of the race, it began with a 1 mile swim at the schuylkill, and now a lot of those folks are now on their bikes and they are racing, down mlk drive, coming around the corner and they are participating in a 25-mile bike ride. that is over, guess what they will run 6 miles, why would you do something like this. i'm here live with reid, hi, come on in read, read harris, you to this last year and this year you did the swim only. >> yes. >> did you realize that this is like a wild day or what. >> it is an awesome day. i did the full event as you said last year. this year i partnered with two employees to do relay, olympic, i did sprint last year. it is an amazing event for a great cause. >> reporter: i want to move out of the way and let us show you there is a lot of security. you can see medical vehicle right behind that tree there.
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they are moving along. we have had somebody wipe out on the bike and had to get escorted out. there was a lot of folks in canoes, to make sure that folks did in the wipe out in the water as well. reid, what did you do to stay safe in that water. i understand visibility was not that great. >> the course was very clearly mark. there were a lot of staff in canoes and kyacks directing you along the course. it was actually really easy, swam up and then back down. theres want any major problems in the swim. i thought it went well. >> reporter: they had precautions here. they had emergency medical folks all around but this is a lot of fun. you look like you are in great shape. people do this to stay in shape. >> j and j is my employer and we're the title sponsor to event. it brings all of our employees together. almost 650 employees together for an event to raise a half
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million-dollar for children's hospital of philadelphia. so it is a great company engagement event as well as for a great cause. it fits into our company mantra. >> thank you so much, reid. there are folks at the beginning of their training, folks who are experienced like reid here and they are all along that spectrum. but fun, money being raised for cancer research, money raised for leukemia, lymphoma society all of this today at try rock triathlon 12th annual here. i hope you get inspired, rahel because i know i am. live from fairmount park cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> next year we can be partners. just days after becoming sixers first pick in the nba draft ben simmons is mourning the loss of his cousin. twenty-one year-old zachary simmons with ben in the draft was killed saturday morning in the hit and run in hoboken. new jersey. ben simmons posted this
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picture saying i'm glad i can share this moment of my life with you. president obama has approved federal aid and offered condolence following flooding that has swept through much of the west virginia. twenty-four people are dead, making these floods the most deadly is in the united states since 2010. heavy rain battered much of the state last week as waters finally recede, some families are returning home to find everything is gone. >> i figured there would be something left, something standing but there is nothing. >> unaudible. >> across the mountain state 100 homes have have been destroyed or damage. west virginia's governor activated national guard and declared a state of emergency in 44 counties. is there a state of emergency in california where thousands of fire fighterser battling six wild fires. largest since central california where authorities believe they may have found humane remains in the mobile home. two others are confirmed dead.
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daniel nottingham talk to evacuated resident who returned to their neighborhoods. >> reporter: debbie mador spent saturday desperately searching for her daughter's ashes in the ruble. >> it is just like death, feels like death, there is in other way to say it. i am numb. >> reporter: mador had to leave everything behind when fire swept through lake isabella thursday and spread to neighboring communities. >> it happened so quick. we could not get anything. we had to run. i have never seen anything so fast in all my life. >> reporter: erskin fire has burned 46 square miles leveling whole blocks and forcing thousands toss evacuate. thousands of fire fighters are battling hot dry conditions, high wind and rugged terrain. at least 150 structures and homes have been destroyed. officials expect that number to grow as they assessed damage here in the fire zone and there is still hundreds of
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homes in the path of the blaze. fred and elaine roach are some of the lucky ones so far. their home survived. it is all black all around us, on both side of our town and we're very fortunate that our half didn't burn. >> reporter: this is largest fire burning in california right now. fire officials say that there is zero containment. daniel nottingham for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". tough to see, well, two remaining rail unions negotiating with new jersey transit has reached a tentative agreement but not clear when unions will vote on the deal. united transportation local 60 and brotherhood of locomotive engineers hammered out the agreement yesterday. nine other unions reached deals last march. new jersey transit is country's third largest commuter railroad. local veterans served in the korean war were honor at penns landing. solemn ceremony took place at the korean war memorial, before it began 66 years ago
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saturday when forces from the communist north invaded the south. war took the life of the 37,000 american soldiers. both sides signed a truce in july 1953. there is still much more to come on "eyewitness news" this morning, coming up next we will check with john dickerson for a look at
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testing. >> good morning rahel. >> we have another sunday morning on a complicated issue that needs careful parsing. we will look at this decision to leave the eu, what does it mean for great britain, what does it mean globally and for united states. part of our conversation will include an interview i did yesterday in my am which
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senator marco rubio about his view, not only what does this mean but what does he see in terms of the same forces in play at great britain he sees them in play here in america. he was perhaps the casualty of that as a presidential candidate. he is running for reelection. what does he think the conversation in america should be about in materials of the same issues on the economy. we have talk to him about donald trump with whom he had a very contentious relationship during the primary. how will he get along with him. they are running for same elect trait. we will have a political, conversation which will include new poll numbers from our battle ground tracker poll of the key battle ground states. what does the race look like today in the snapshot, novice away away but we want to see where things are now, what voters are thinking about and how republicans see the elect trait and what this election is about and how democrats see it. we have interesting fine goes there we will look at economic play of the two candidates, how do numbers add up and what kind of of questions should we
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as voters be looking at, as we look at this election. >> if i can quickly ask we heard bernie sanders say he will vote for hillary in november but he has not conceded. what do you think that means. >> i think it means it is all over but final endorsement, he is still getting some concessions from clinton team and democratic party in terms of the specific things in the platform and so he is getting there. basically it is just that one final moment but he wants to try to squeeze as much as he can out of the process because he thinks there is some real issues at stake and we have even in some of the news from the platform discussion what is being discussed in terms of the specific policy and he wants to get as much as he can before finally giving his endorsement. >> john, thank you. looking forward to watching. on the cbs-3 healthwatch from heart health toy low fat labels many foods appear to be healthy options but nutritionist warn not always the case.
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health reporter stephanie stahl tells us what to actually look for >> all right. we will get thaw as soon as we can. in the meantime did you ever wish that maybe you could get more sleep and work less? well, new study says that is actually what is happening. more people are sleeping then they are working. meantime families are on the move in camden, the city hosted the let's move olympics. "eyewitness news", there you go at the park for health and wellness event. they are standing, dancing, having a good time, exercising and kid ran through a obstacle course with police officers. various agencies were on hand to offer free health screening. this was fun. i was able to attend yesterday. streets of the manayunk were alive for start of the 27th annual arts festival. hundreds of the artists showed cased their work on historic main street this years show
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featured 300 different local and nationally known artists and crafters. the fifth year also included a tent especially for emerging artists. don't be surprised if the lines get longer for mega millions lottery. no one friday night's drawing so that means jackpot is at 390 million-dollar. next drawing is tuesday night so whether you play, good luck. >> still to come on "eyewitness news" it is comfortable for now. justin drabick tells us how soon it will get a little less comfortable. a murder mystery right here on cbs-3. coming up, american gothic including a chat with the stars about what you can expect. we w
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encore presentation tonight. thirteen part murder mystery that is sure to keep you guessing. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao has more on the series saga. >> reporter: one of the newest series on cbs and promises to keep viewers on the toes all summer long. still part of the family. >> reporter: american got he can focuses on a boston family but as secrets from the past and present revealed they suspect someone is a killer. >> my killer has a lot of secrets. but also my character, i think, knows everybody else secrets. >> reporter: very mad son lend her star power to the cast as madeline howthorn the family matriarch. >> just when you think you know where it is going, it will go someplace else. >> our audience will stick with it. >> reporter: paranoia and growing suspicion threat tones tear the family apart. >> this can't be what it looks like. >> no, of course not.
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>> reporter: this is no ordinary criminal a serial murderer called silver bells killer linked to the string of deaths. >> did you order a walking are in man rockwell painting. >> reporter: she plays allison howthorn price, the oldest daughter. >> she's calculating. >> reporter: but can she be a killer. "eyewitness news" sat down with the stars before the series premiere wednesday night. >> is there an audience member going oh, it is you. no, it is not you. oh, wait, it is. that is something that happens again and again. >> i found myself doing that making up series. for those who like it, to try to figure out who done it. here's insider advice. >> every episode there is clues all over the place. is there clues on the physical set. the cast didn't realize it. we saw similarities but then we found out there was an actual thing. now you scared me. >> reporter: january carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> a good mystery.
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american gothic is thrilling audiences, encore presentation of the premiere episode is tonight at ten right here on cbs. then watch it at its regular time wednesday night at ten. lets turn it over to just continue with the weather watchers. what are they seeing. >> we are seeing nice temperatures, we're waking up to 60's out there. we will start in the 50's in the suburbs. very pleasant start to sunday. gets hot this afternoon but humidity levels stay on the lower even, today, compared to what we are usually seeing typically for late june. starting to see mid 70's in the warmest spots already but up in sanatoga michael riley 68. levittown, philadelphia, eagleville all in the lower 70's at this hour. pete inner lawrenceville 69. pushing up are 60's in chesterfield this hour clementon same deal, similar numbers around philadelphia, and then here's another spot cherry hill lynn springer one of the warmest spots at 57 already at this hour. we have full sunshine. rapidly going to work. medford still chilling out in the lower 60's at andrew's
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house. a few comfortable spots. but that will change. we are on our way to the mid to upper 80's. at the shore there will be a different story. nice sea breeze is where we will find some relief. lets go outside where we will see unhealthy air quality conditions around philadelphia and some of the suburbs. we have a light wind today. we will that strong late june sun that will heat up the ground so we will get poor air quality under these conditions. this will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. if you suffer from asthma, children may have a problem being outside for a long period of time. just keep that in mind today. obviously fuzz are heading outside wear sun block, sunnies very strong this time of the year. uv index running really high for today with mostly sunny skies. we're staying warm. mid 80's where we should be for on average but we will be above that today, tomorrow and on tuesday but they will drop below average for middle of the week. is there relief coming back and then temperatures creep
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backup as we head toward the for the of the holiday weekend. this time of the year mid 80's as our average but mid to late july is where we will find our hottest period of the year where we average in the upper 80's. by end of the august we will being down to the mid 80's. it dose take time for air to warm up. we have a in lag time between sun's strongest rays which happens right now until we get our hottest average high which is late july. cold front out across chicago, eventually we will be bringing some showers and storms to our forecast starting later on monday night into tuesday. until then nice and dry, been like this all weekend long. if you like yesterday's weather we will like today. it is an exact repeat. nice breeze off the ocean. ocean water temperatures upper 60's to near 70. that keeps air temperatures in the 70's along jersey shore and delaware beaches. tomorrow warmer, more humid, near 80 degrees and tuesday bringing back some cloud, showers, maybe even a thunderstorm.
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tuesday not the best beach day. don't cancel your plans if you have them because it doesn't look like a all day wash out. that is key in our forecast over the next 24 to 48 hours. we have easterly flow today really light, pleasant in the eastern new jersey and delaware but even land spots warm up. now tomorrow, notice wind flow. that will bring in the humidity. we will feel more uncomfortable on monday and feel steamy on tuesday with that southeasterly to south flow continuing. that will feel some showers and storms. it is monday night and tuesday. we will break out umbrellas again. today no problems. front moves east tomorrow, we will bring clouds in touring the afternoon. mostly staying dry. maybe poconos gets a shower in here monday afternoon. monday night we will see scattered showers and tuesday as well as actual cold front moves through. we could see a couple thunderstorms. not a big severe threat. once that is through we will see another drop in the jet stream canadian air spills
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southward. but we will drop a few degrees below average. until then it is a warm day, sunny. 88 degrees. still pleasant. keep windows open. fifty's in the suburbs. still warm, more humid on monday, 88. eighty-eight with showers on tuesday. then 82 for the high on wednesday as we head for holiday weekend we will have a chance for scattered showers or storm friday or saturday. back to you you. right now 8:53. lets get a last check of the roads with jane armstrong in the traffic certainty. >> we have a disable vehicle on the schuylkill westbound at 26th street gutting put up on the tow truck. just be careful. we also have a nice shot of the ben franklin bridge here looking from new jersey at philadelphia, the major road in philadelphia looking good. ninety-five looking well. no delays to report on the schuylkill, vine street expressway and boulevard, looking good, and speaking of the boulevard, nice shot there, traffic moving well, in problems, and heading to the
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shore points looking good on the major roads to the shore. forty-two freeway 295, 55, new jersey turnpike, ac expressway and garden state parkway all in good shape. mass transit moving well. that is very late es from the cbs-3 traffic center, "eyewitness n thanks for tnorfolk!around and i just wanted to say, geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! roger that.
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justin joins us again. a little warm. >> yes, can't complain for late june. >> summer activities going on today, great day, maybe hitting cool, beach chilling out at home, no problem no threat have rain today. seven day forecast. does keep us on the warm side. humidity does return tomorrow though upper 80's, increasing cloud tuesday. we are find ago i few showers and a couple thunderstorms. some showers come in on monday night as well. tuesday some more relief, cooler then average temperatures lower 80's. very comfortable as we finish off the month of june heading into thursday and july beginning on friday, and it is weekend, big who will take weekend. there is a chance for shower,
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thunderstorm, scattered, not a big organized storm system so don't cancel your plans. >> thanks, justin. >> that is "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tv but we are always than line cbs sunday morning is next. have a great day. ♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪
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