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breaking news a gruesome discovery under a overpass in philadelphia officials find a body on fire. plus latest in the night but still no resolution as we head in today three of the septa strike and another day of headaches for frustrating commuters we are live with where they stand this morning. >> it is over. the cubs have finally won it all. >> we're talking about this a long time, chicago cubs are world series champions for the first time in more than 100 years, but they almost let it slip away. today is thursday, november 3rd, good morning, i'm jim donovan. i'm rahel solomon. lets get started with weather and traffic with katie and meisha but i suspect you have very good news. >> there will be a trade off, eventually. >> all right, so you guys day
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three like you said, day three of the septa strike, jim. >> we want to avoid traffic. >> i don't blame you. if you was you as well, i can tell you, that it will be another day of pure exhaustion and i wish i had better news or tips to avoid it but you can't without hitting the roadways. bear with us. >> at least we have a dry commute to start the day off. >> thank you. >> that may be different from later today but for now we don't have any major worries out there. we do have some fog, which we will get to visibility in a second but storm scan is quiet yet again, but right now we are seeing that warm, actually more moisture rich air funnel in. the as a result patchy fog has developed, wind are nice and light but not bad every where. i saw it patchy on my way in to work this morning. in the meantime under half mile in trenton, lancaster, down to 3 miles in wilmington, millville but keep in mind keyword here is patchy but out there. even though philadelphia is
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reading at 5 miles visibility that is just at the airport. that toss than the mean entire county or city is at 5 miles visibility. it comes in patches. fifty-eight is current temperature. 58 degrees. that is not bad at all, folks, very mild beginning to the day for us, as we go through next few hours we expect temperatures to rebound in the mid to upper seven's, a few the scatter showers, roll in and that is a very significant transition that starts to get underway. , meisha. >> thanks very much. gateway to to our weekend is upon us, we are talking about regional rails, as soon as they get underway, we are looking at obviously really quiet, as well. we have got moving construction crew is here, running between 95, and street road, both directions, this camera showing 95 at route 413, but overall, it is still dark out there, not many people are out there just yet. we have more moving crews on 309 between susquehanna road
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and welsh road, here as well. this is showing you at norristown road just a heads up these construction crews can slow you down and pop up out of no where. so just use your best descretion, in those areas, give yourself a couple extra minutes, if you are slower. looking at the vine looking quiet right now, we know that this is going to change. rahel, back over to you. thank you. breaking news, a gruesome discovery in south philadelphia, burning body found under i-76. "eyewitness news" at scene at passyunk avenue overpass. right the now we know investigators are on the scene and we are working to get you more information but a burning body was found under i-76 in south philadelphia. well, it is day number three of the septa strike and it will be another hectic commute around philadelphia today. >> transit agency says both side are making progress, lets get out to "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao live at the sheraton in center city where negotiations are set to resume again this morning.
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early yesterday a source say 30 finally real bargaining was finally happening. but here we are day three ape still no agreement is in place. as a warning septa is issuing a statement. they are calling on the union to engage in good faith negotiations. septa officials said on several occasion this is week septa negotiators believed progress towards a deal had been made. however at each of the seemingly positive turns twu local 234 has brought a halt to negotiations. roughly 5,000 union members walk off the job early tuesday morning, leaving hundreds of thousands of commuters and school children looking for a different ride. on the big sticking point of pensions, septa says it is actually adopted a new plan at union's request that would increase benefit for members. septa says it is also, offered wage increases, bringing the average employee's annual earnings from about $68,000 to $76,000 over the five years of the proposal.
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officials also say that they have addressed operational issues. union wants better work rules including more rest time between shifts. union said septa's statement is outrageous. now that the two sides go back and forth commuters are left in the hid will fighting traffic and spending more to get where they need to go. now i have to be, sticking around, and try to way uber, and they have gone up on their price because they know that there is no other alternative. >> i talk to the governor, i talk to the mayor, and i even talk to our transportation chairman. >> reporter: number of elect officials brought into help these negotiation as long. you heard congressman bob brady, however saying no additional funding is anywhere to be found. in the meantime septa is also asking the union, to pledge to the public that they will return to work on election day, that is next tuesday,
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november 8th, to rest and to put everyone at ease. we have reached out to the union this this morning. so far, no response. we are reporting live from center city, jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". rahel and jim, back to you. well, now on to more positive news, chicago cubs are the world champions for the first time, in 108 years. >> they won world series early this morning in a game for the ages. craze game for cubs and indians fans. cubs led into the eighth only to have indians tie the game on the two out, two run home run by indians davis. game went into extra innings but not before 17 minute rain delay. the cubs scored two runs in the tenth and even though indians got one back the cubs put them away to start a party more than a century in the making. >> i can't believe we're finally standing, after 108 years, finally able to hoist the trophy. >> i'm late to the party. i came here while all of the work had been done.
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i feel very fortunate to be given this assignment. it is the best. >> well, you see for yourself, it was, and let's be real probably still is a wild scene in chicago, after their beloved cubs won the series in bars and on top of the bars and treats in the wrigley feel, fans cheered, dance, celebrated 2016 world champions chicago cubs. that is incredible. congratulations to chicago. philadelphia eagles wide receiver josh hoff will suit up for this sunday's game. >> earlier hough was arrested on gun, mar yawn a charges. court documents revealed hoff was charge on tuesday with carrying a gun without a permit in new jersey. and for having hallow point bullets and small amount of marijuana in the car. the 25 year-old spoke candidly with reporters yesterday about his arrest. >> i'm a professional athlete. what professional athlete doesn't have a gun. i have a wife, and a son at home. my job toys protect them at all cost and my job toys
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protect myself as well. >> now hoff says he has a permit to carry a gun in texas but he isn't well versed on the laws in new jersey. eagles chosen not to discipline hoff, instead they are waiting for legal process to play out. bill cosby's pretrial hearings ends with no ruling after his lawyer argues sexual assault charges should be drop. cosby's attorney requested the judge dismiss the state's prior bad act motion yesterday. this motion could allow 13 women to testify as witness's begins cosby. prosecutors say would the man, show a pattern of assault by cosby but the defense argues their allegations are inaccurate, decade old and simply untrue. well, today in chester county melania trump will do something she has not done since the republican convention she will deliver a speech this berwyn. campaign officials say mrs. trump will highlight more personal side of her husband, after the presidential candidates themselves, they hold dueling rallies in the crucial state of north carolina today. last night democratic nominee hillary clinton spoke this
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nevada where trump is leading. >> what would it be like to have that person in the most powerful office in the world. >> earlier in the day wikileaks released e-mails alleging a senior justice department official game the campaign chairman a head up about development. yesterday trump met with voters in florida, where the race is virtually tied. >> if hillary clinton were to be elected, it would create a unprecedented, and protracted, constitutional crisis. >> trump is set to speak in hershey friday night, hillary clinton will be in philadelphia saturday night and sources say likely for a rally monday night on independent mall. although just five days now it is close and you can count on "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage leading up to and including, election day, 2016. as they try to avoid a
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state take over atlantic city leaders are making a push for their budget. >> last day for city leaders to change the mind of state officials and they plan to adjust their plan with time running out. the question is will they get the a fair review. >> i'm extremely disappointed in the state's political decision. because that is when we believe that the decision was based on pure politics. >> we're acting responsibly. the as ray said they didn't receive enough information. they chose not to to ask us about that information. so we're providing it. >> earlier this week the new jersey department of community affairs reject a atlantic city's turnaround plan. if the amended budget proposal is rejected again, the state and local finance board will still have, to approve a state take over of atlantic city. still ahead making streets of west philadelphia safer. >> we will tell but the weapons sweep putting dozens of have people behind bars. quick thinking officers are honored, how they risk
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scott michael green of urbandale turn himself in early yesterday morning. hours earlier police say he shot two officers and separate ambush style attacks while officers sat the in their patrol cars. three weeks ago officers made high school football game for waving a confederate flag in front of the fans. police arrested 64 people in an effort to combat neighborhood violence. police gave us this video of a raid last week in west philadelphia police carried it out over three days. in all, they confiscated $30,000 worth of drugs, guns, and cash. first serving warrants and then targeting drug markets, and then finally patrolling the community. a few police officers are earning praise for rescuing a suicidal man for jumping in the delaware river. >> members of the sheriff's
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department, responded to the jersey side of the river on monday risking their own safety they are talked to the man as he nailed around in nothing but his underwear. one officer explains how they successfully prevented this man from drowning. >> once they were out we were able to each grab a part of the bodies, his arms and back of his shirt, and start bringing him back in and we were able to bring him up on the shore where medical personnel why waiting. >> man who jump in the river was taken to cooper university hospital and is expect to be okay. well, time right now is 4:44. >> lets get over to kate which another check of the forecast and it looks nice this have afternoon. >> it ended up to be a absolutely beautiful day. that was a gem, fan of mild air and so mild today but we will see a substantial transition take effect here, courtesy of this latest cold trent which, thankfully is in the really, expect to do too much harm when it comes to the the showers and thunderstorm expectations, but for the moisture you can tell it is bypassing us to the north here. we have, scaled back the
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spectations for the wet weather, it will be out here but, and, and better window of time for it to go down. meanwhile for now though, things are still quiet, we do have some fog developing, as we it in the warm sector of this storm center of circulation off to the north and that will draw moisture away from frustrates. while we are expecting a shower, thunderstorm, you can tell by looking at future weather, the bulk of it is just off to the north. we will see showers and thunderstorm popping up on the radar. it doesn't mean anyone got hit. at this point you could getaway without an umbrella if not crazy about carting it around and find your early in the office for bet are part of the afternoon. toward opening there may still be activity on the radar but this will clear out quickly, and then tomorrow and we will notice high pressure will try to take lays. the in between the two we will get classic wind tunnel between areas of pressure and that will allow for a blustery day tomorrow. it will be cooler in the wake of the system. but high pressure will anchor
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itself so we will end up with nice weather. a list of bullet point, scattered showers and possibly a thunder storm, rumbling through. rainfall amounts nothing more than a quarter of an inch. this than the is going to chip away at deficit have the have the rain we could use at this point but it is quieter in terms of what our expectations are. look the at the difference though. seventy-six, today dropping at 60 to best, tomorrow. >> meisha, all right, katie, thanks very much. good morning everyone. we are starting off, good but we do have some problem spots out there on the roadways. first thing is the fact that the first accident of the morning, 95 thort past woodhaven road pulled off blocking part of the right lane and shoulder but it will slow you down and we will see gaper delay passing by there, um, multi vehicles always do this. but that will make you tap on the breaks. also we have a moving construction crew on i-95 between business route one and street road in both directions. it looks like they have moved out of your way. looking good there.
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in montgomery county, as well, 309, taillights in the northbound, and construction back and they are still moving around through susquehanna road and welsh road and that is in both directions as well. so when it that is dark with moving crews give yourself extra time. plus, construction out there we have it here in new jersey, 40 at robert road. alternate road are blocked and this is, repaired from an earlier accident. we will talk about regional rails coming up in a bit. jim and rahel, back to you. >> pretty quiet, so far, thanks. entertainer with local roots topped the list of highest paid women in music. >> the list when we com katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests -
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request that the state supreme court immediately hears a suit against philadelphia soda tax has been denied. kyw movie review bill wine will have his thoughts on hacksaw ridge. check in two, three, four times a day on kyw news radio 1060 on the am dial. time for a check on business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us from the new york stock exchange. good morning. the as expected, interest rates but what are we seeking next month. >> reporter: good morning, rahel and jim. fed hinted it will likely raise interest rates at it next meeting in december. the feds say case for rate hike continues to strengthen, with the stronger job market, rising consumer spending and improved economic growth. the last time fed raised interest rates was december of last year. jim and rahel. >> jill, thanksgiving just a few weeks away for anyone planning to fly to the destination i understand they should be booking now. >> yeah, every day you wait will cost you.
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airfare redixon app hopper expects airfare rises will jump four dollars every single day, and then about ten dollars a day, in the ten days before thanksgiving. jim and rahel. >> i will say you could not give me a free ticket anywhere on thanksgiving, the airport are crazy. i would stay away there there, you are taking your life in your own hand. >> yes. >> well, a new study did find, funny you say that because there was a study out yesterday that thanksgiving day, over the four day holiday thanksgiving day itself is best one to travel, least busy. >> exactly, everybody is already there. >> the day before. >> right. >> everybody is eating their turkey. >> thanks, jill. >> well, forbes reveals the world's highest paid women in music, for the year 2016. >> these numbers are impressive. number five it is beyonce. rihanna is number four.
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actually the storms core and bypassing us to the north. we're really at this point only expecting scattered shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon and toward evening. window happened 6:00 p.m. and 7:00. looking at wind gusts as they pick up as early as 11:00 you can tell where the leading edge of the cold front will be situate by that point. the wind picks up and core of the yellow contouring really starts to move through leading edge of the cold front. gusts could peak into the upper 20's and it looks like this will be a running theme then once the cold front crosses we will keep strong win gustness to tomorrow. even though it is going to be cool enough as of 60 this is wake of the passage of the cold front factor in the wind it will make it feel that much cooler and we will keep that chill right through weekend and monday but we will also keep sunshine. don't forget time to fall back, this weekend too, meisha. >> that is great news. today we have to pack our
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patients and water, it will be warmer today. walking, biking, trying to get on the regional rails, but looking outside we are looking at an accident. ninety-five thort past woodhaven road, in the morning, block ago this right lane, we are seeing some brake light go as they past by here, we are going to start to see gaper delays, if that doesn't get moved out of the the way. we have a moving construction crew between 309 and susquehanna road and welsh road in both directions. just a heads up. you can see in terms of the traffic there is no congestion levels building there at this point but construction crew when dark out can certainly jump out at you. we have a down pole here at route 40 at pointers auburn road alternate lanes are block, head up on this. repairs are done from an earlier accident in new jersey. jim, over to you. coming up next on cbs-3 eye witt the necessary news we are live with the latest on talks to end the septa strike now in the third day. plus this... >> the chicago cubs put an end to the dry spell, i'm marley
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hall in cleveland, ohio with all the of the highlights from the world series. and back here at home we have an update on one of the fire fighters injured in the deadly fire in wilmington. we are back at the top of the in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose.
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we will begin with grizzly discovery in south philadelphia, authorities respond to a fire but quickly find a body. we have just received an update from police and we will have that just ahead. septa riders waking up to bad news, talks to end the strike break down once again we are live with where two side stand plus a look at how strike is i am agoing local school students. the cubs, win, what a game seven, from a rain delay to raining champagne we are live with the victory it is well
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worth the wait. it is thursday, november 3rd, good morning i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. lets get started with weather and traffic with katie and meisha. we hope we wouldn't be here but day three, another day of strikes and more traffic trouble. >> i was talking to our floor trek or and she as saying someone went to second to 30th street over an hour each direction, that is how slammed packed it gets in the evening and morning commute. another day of that we will be discussing all morning. >> so frustrating. i cannot even imagine. >> we were like to get you out the door on a happy note as happy as we can make it and we are coming bearing decent weather news. there is a cold front crossing today we have been talking about this for a couple days, but there is better news if not a fan of packing umbrella, that extra thing we have to take today, it looks like we will see brunt of the moisture bypass us to the north. so with that said, and scattered showers and thunderstorms but it may be a day that it is just light enough and scaer


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