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certainly not, just septa riders feeling effects of this strike. good evening i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. side are still working to hash out a deal. we have team three coverage tonight and we will start with "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden at jefferson station, where commuters are dealing with delays once again, joe. >> reporter: well, jessica it is not a pretty site out there by road, regional rail and in jefferson station right now, where it is some what organized chaos, people tell me it is no where near as pad as it was yesterday but it is still difficult, some folks in the line behind he tell me they have been waiting in this line for 20 to 30 minutes but again, they are telling me, much more organized here at jefferson then it was yesterday. however, it is a different story at suburban station, where some people hoff been tweeting with me tell me it continues to be a mad house, lines at suburban station, stake for a good hundred feet
depending on where you are going. here the picture you are looking at jefferson station, septa ambassadors are directing people to the regional rails, which will get them home, we have heard stories of rush hours lasting, two plus hours, yesterday. i spoke to one woman who wasn't even going to do it, she ran one day so how do you prior to run to work. have a listen. >> so how to you wrap your head around getting yourself ready for that? >> you just to have plan, you know, clothing, plan if you you bring your lunch to work, plan the route, and otherwise, it is hat been that bad. we have had good weather. so hoping that continues. >> reporter: passengers are optimistic that some deal is hatched and sooner then later they tell me their patients, of course, is wearing thin. something from the office of emergency management we are told that for the most part, city services are running smoothly, i check with
philadelphia police, they have not had any effect on their budget for deploying officers, of course to make sure surface road are running smut thely and pedestrians are crossing safely. that is latest deep inside jefferson station i'm joe holden for cbs one "eyewitness news". >> joe, thank you for that. lets check with natasha brown who has a story of where negotiations stand right now, natasha. >> reporter: well, ukee i just spoke with a source with the union who tells us at this point quote it is inch by inch at the bargaining table. negotiations are set to resume here behind me at the sheraton in center city in just a little bit. of course, they are inching closer hoping for a deal as this strike lingering on possibly in today three. day two of the septa strike began on a positive note as both septa and transportation workers union local 234, saw a glimmer of hope in a revised proposal. both side seem closer and closer on issues like pension, health care, work schedules
and routes. pension caps remain a stick point as day dragged on with no deal just yet. >> it is close, close but it is always that little something, you know, but it is close. they are making progress every where but they have to get the final thing done. >> on the labor side we know our workers have concern, they want to have addressed. so we want their issues to be addressed but ultimately at the end of the day we want to make sure that next tuesday on november 8th, we have a transportation system that is up and running so we can move the city of philadelphia forward on election day. >> reporter: city and state officials have been checking in on the negotiations, you say congressman bob brady there, also state representative dwight evans has been a crucial part of the negotiations as well. all seem to be optimistic that they can get this resolved by election day. if that does not appear to be the case, septa officials a they would seek an injunction through course to restore services on that day to make sure that voters get to the polls and exercise their
voting right. that is very latest from center city as negotiations continue in the septa strike, natasha brown for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> natasha, thank you. head to cbs philly.com for everything you need to know about the strike including updates on negotiations and septa schedules during the strike. speaking out for the first time since news of his arrest broke yesterday, eagles wide receiver josh hoff is talking about the charges against him. >> sports director don bell joins us live and don, he had a lot to say. >> he did, candid comments. josh hoff is charged with illegal possession of the firearm and possession of the marijuana today eagles wide out talk about the incident after practice. >> i know that my actions, come with consequences. i understand that. i own up to it. >> reporter: speaking to a group of media members in front of his locker, 25 year-old josh hoff talk candidly about his arrest. >> i made a terrible decision yesterday. i cannot get into details about anything but i have
apologized to my teammates and to mr. lurie and entire eagles organization about my action. >> reporter: court documents outline details of his arrest, but hoff was asked why he was carrying a gun in the first place. >> i mean i'm a professional athlete what professional athlete don't have a gun. i have a wife and son at home. my job is to protect them at all cost and protect myself as well. >> reporter: hoff says he has not felt threatened here in the delaware valley but he is accost toppled to carrying a weapon in texas where he grew up and also has a license to care. >> i'm from houston. you cannot trust a lot of people in houston. is there always somebody out to get you. there have been several incidents where i have lost a friend, to gun violence. >> reporter: after new jersey's gun laws. >> i knew about the new jersey laws but i didn't know, i didn't know a lot about them. i didn't know enough about them. >> reporter: hoff was asked if he carries a firearm on the premises at novacare practice. >> no, no. i'm not going to bring on the
premises. >> reporter: hoff vested remorse for instance dent and has a message. >> to the young guys out there i apologize for my actions yesterday. that is not who i am, i hope you guys don't take it that way. i will do better to fix this >> do all professional athletes carry guns? well, josh hoff will be allowed to play sunday in the meadow land? coming up, we will hear from hoff teammates and his head coach, doug pederson, guys. >> all right, we will see new a bit. >> thanks, don, see you then. bill cosby return to the montgomery county courthouse where his lawyers asked the judge to dismiss sexual assault charges against the comedian. the cosby's attorney brian mcmonigal asked judge to dismiss state's require bad act motion which could allow 13 women to testify as witness's begins cosby. district attorney kevin steel says women show a pattern of assault by cosby but mcmonigal
argues their allegations are inaccurate, decade old and simply untrue. >> that motion is one that we believe we will prevail on. >> from the beginning, mr. cosby's rights have been violated in any number of ways. >> reporter: cosby faces three felony indecent assault charges and they all stem from an incident in 2004 involving an emily at temple university. the next hearing in the case is set for the 13th of december. election day is now just six days away, donald trump, hillary clinton and surrogates are crisscrossing pennsylvania and other battle ground states to make their final pitch to voters. tonight clinton will deliver her closing arguments to hispanic voters, democratic nominee is making campaign stops in nevada and arizona cbs news considers arizona a toss up. florida is considered to be a toss up where trump is campaigning today. in orlando the republican nominee appealed to black,
hispanic vote hours traditionally vote democratic. that message is being reenforced pie rnc releasing a new tv ad tarring african americans. city of philadelphia is taking steps to make sure voters won't have a difficult time casting their ballots on tuesday. district attorney seth williams says that the election fraud task force is ready to respond. >> it is so important for our democracy, if anyone is intimidated or is in anyway feels like there is voter fraud that we will contact us and we will handle it with the full extent of the law. >> watch dog group committee of 70 is working with the city to make sure everything goes smoothly, at the polls. again, we have just six days now until election day, keep it right here on "eyewitness news" for complete coverage, the count down to the end of the campaign 2016. well, some protested in center city offer construction of the pipeline in north dakota. "eyewitness news" at 17th and market protesters with the group jewish voice for peace,
voiced their opposition to the dakota access pipeline which is under construction. protesters say it will impact the water source of the standing rock siu tribe. a new jersey casino is betting big on a new way to play. >> for me, i feel like i have an edge because i think i can get to high school, win a lot of money. >> new game that promises to bring skill into gambling and why you won't see it anywhere in the world except in atlantic city. shining a light on the arts but this is just a sneak peak, we will show you the brand new sculpture and how it all works. katie? we have got a dramatic drop in temperatures, coming after we approach a record tomorrow, it is all thanks to this front right here, i'll tell you about how we go from the upper
70 a to only 50's and what the weekend has in store when we come right
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content of this advertising. veterans working in our area. >> "eyewitness news" on hand as veterans employed by philadelphia department of labor were honored for their service to our country. it was all part of the veterans appreciation day celebration, showing gratitude to those who served in any of the five branches of the u.s. military. atlantic city leaders are making a last ditch effort to win state approval of their budget and avoid a state take
over. >> yesterday the states department of community affairs reject the city turnaround plan. city officials have until tomorrow to change their behind of state officials and as they amend the land with time running out, they question if they will get a fair review. >> disappointed in the state's political decision, because that is what we believe that this the decision was based on pure politics. >> we're acting responsibly. they said that they didn't receive enough information, they chose not the to ask us about that information, so we're providing it. >> if community affairs rejects the amended budget proposal, new jersey local finance board will still have have to approve i state the takeover of atlantic city. the world's first skill based video game gambling machines were unveiled today in atlantic city. >> games combine excitement of the video games, e sports, gambling all into one. cbs-3 reporter cleve bryan was
in atlantic city for a firsthand look. >> it seems like a paint ball course. >> reporter: twenty-one year-old ryan is just the customer casinos want, millennials willing to spend money on entertainment but has not shown much interest in slots. >> i was than the going to play any games before i came here but this seemed like i can actually win. >> reporter: game, spend a dollar to play ape won three bucks is danger arena first person action game similar to top video game seller halo or call of duty. in the casinos it is a big deal. world's first skill based video game gambling machine. >> i think all of the slot manufacturers realize there is a need to evolve from the traditional based games to something more exciting and skill based, for this younger audience that is coming of age. >> reporter: caesars entertainment is introducing 21 games produced by three atlantic city rots. you can gamble 50 cents to $20, and six or more spots in 452nd and you are in the monday which state regulated
pay outs. >> on one hand better you you are at laying game more likely you are to win money. but this is a casino so for house to maintain an advantage there is an element of randomness and luck to the screen you get to play. >> we have a patent on what math mod that he will controls the game. is it worth a lot like blackjack. even the best blackjack or poker layer in the world, sometimes gets a deal that will not let them win the highest possible pay out. >> reporter: there are 10,000 games scenarios designed to prevent even professional gamers like vanessa from taking down the house. >> i don't know what i will get, i don't know scenarios, i don't know what opticals are in the way so i could get lowest score on here. >> reporter: gameco expects to launch at more casino in the next six months. in at atlantic city, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> all right. betting on a record breaker tomorrow. >> no. >> okay, all right. >> i don't think we will break a record, just because this front will come in kind of mid afternoon, coming in at seven
or 8:00 we have a shot but faster the front comes in and cloud roll in, faster we will see those temperatures steady and level off. >> sound good to me. >> we could, just like you said i could get lowest score, and be completely wrong. we could hit the record but we will be very, very close tomorrow. record is 80 degrees. we're thinking upper 70's as we see that surge of warmth out ahead of the trent but it will be a quick cool down if you leave the house like we do midday and work until late at night, when you grab your coat it may be near 80 degrees. we will start off with a beautiful panoramic shot of the city's sky line from the go pro camera we have mounted here at cbs broadcast center, never gets old, that view out of our weather window here, in spring garden. lets take a quick peak out down the shore, taking to you cape may courthouse looking live towards the ocean, bay, 60 degrees there right thousand. see skies looking thighs. putting finishing touches on a beautiful day.
here comes this front. this will bring changes into tomorrow. out ahead of it the a big surge have of warmth from the southwest means temperatures will a roach that record tomorrow but once front comes through there is plenty of cool, november air, lurking behind it, and that will bring in a change. today we will start the big warm up 70 was our high in philadelphia. seventy-two in trenton. seventy-three atlantic city. seventy-one in allentown and reading. just off to the west here temperatures in the upper 70es a. the pittsburgh, cleveland, charleston west virginia got to 81 degrees and these temperatures are heading our way for tomorrow but you can see where that front is right now. right across great lakes where green and blue shading is and that is waiting in the wings for end of the week and weekend. future weather shows we will start tomorrow with good deal of sun but clouds coming in quickly, possibly even a few showers by late morning across the poconos but best chance for showers for us, mid afternoon, especially between two and 5:00 p.m., we can see cloud coming in quickly wye 3:00. front does not have a ton
witt. it is not a total wash out. couple scattered showers, maybe a rumble of thunder, nothing as strong as what we saw on sunday. it comes through sooner and that should inhibit temperatures there breaking record. 6:00 p.m. we will see them moving down the shore and skies clear. by 11:00 tomorrow night temperatures will be steadily dropping and much colder tomorrow night and into friday behind that front. again, scattered showers, possible thunderstorm, from two to six from northwest to south east. just a tenth to a quarter inch of rain. you can see that cooler air start to come in behind the front, friday cools down and few reenforcing shots of the cool over weekend into next week though jet stream builds ban and temperatures will warm up as we head toward election day next week. for your overnight hours 60 degrees. partly cloudy very mild. cloud, sun and then scattered showers and thunderstorm. seventy-eight. 2 degrees shy off the record. friday, 60, breezy, cooler but 60, novice supposed to feel
and in the upper 50's saturday through monday. another warm up for rest of the the day tuesday we are back to the 60's and don't forget to set those clocks back one hour before you go to bed saturday night. extra hour of sleep. >> don't forget. >> um-hmm. >> thanks, kate. >> don's up next with sports. >> guys, straight ahead what josh hoff team hates are saying about his arrest and also do all professional athletes carry guns? one player weighs in up next in hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends
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interesting story. >> interesting story, they have a game to play sunday but you they're not talking about the game and this is the reason y recapping our top story, earlier this is show you heard there josh hoff, eagles wide out charged with illegal possession of the gun and marijuana. now, let's hear from the head coach, doug pederson. >> obviously disappointed, you know, it is, you know, just not what you want on a player day off, to see happen. you know, he and i spoke about it, he understands, and you know, we just got to see it is out of our hand, we have to see where it goes. >> so as of of right the
thousand expect josh hoff to play sunday in the meadow land. earlier today hoff made a comment that will get tons of traction on tv, radio and in locker rooms. he said all professional athlete carry guns. so naturally one of his team hates was asked about that comment. >> i personally don't have one because, in philadelphia, i don't think i need one where i live. i cannot seek about where he lives right the now, or where he has grown up. >> none of us are perfect. i will not sit here and judge anybody. i am the not perfect. all we have to do is when we make a mistake, own up to it and fix it. >> now, eagles linebacker nigel bradham is facing a gun charge of his own. during bye week he mistakenly left a gun in his carry on luggage at high am i interest that the airport. so unfortunately bradham has had some experience in this department and has advice for hoff. >> just hain thing is to stay strong in the situation and
positive throughout the whole thing. you have to stay close as a team and continue to grow, main thing is learning from it. >> all right. we are moving on to baseball. phillies hired a post season hero math hat stairs leaves broadcast boot to join the team as a hitting coach. stairs, has spent last three seasons calling phillies games as a color analyst. he spent parts of the 19 seasons in the business, and ended his career with .262 batting average and most known for pinch hit, two out, two run home run in game number four of the 2008nlds. i remember that. >> i do remember that. >> i get chills right now. >> that was great. >> thanks. >> appreciate it. >> "cbs evening news" is just a few you minutes away. >> scott pelley joins us with a look ahead, scott. >> hi ukee and jessica, great to be with you in philadelphia here's "cbs evening news" tonight. manhunt is over after authorities capture the man they believed gunned down two iowa police officers. there is new polling in
the battle ground states the races are tightening, are candidates final strategies working? plus we have asked millennial voters who has their support. we will have a tail of two world series cities, and game seven, not to be missed, all of that just ahead on the "cbs evening news". when we return, the sun for a work of art. >> new display in the city and how it will work when the sun goes down. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell
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avenue of the arts has philadelphia's newest public arts sculpture. >> internationally acclaimed artist hand perry and, others conceived and key sign the sculpture attached to the south star lawn of the corner of broad star south. it wrist many refracts the sun's rays casting color light on the surrounding area. at night the art will be illuminated using led lighting. it took one years to complete at a cost of $440,000. well, thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00 we are pack at ten on the cw philly and back here on cbs one at 11:00. up next, "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. take care family, we will see you tonight.
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