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evening rush hour for commute tours tiehl with. if evening, i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. "eyewitness news" reporterral sand that hoff has been tracking these negotiations live from center city with more on where things stand right now, alex? >> reporter: well, as you know these talks continued until around 2:00 a.m., and they started up around 11:30 this afternoon. i have been told both parties paused briefly for a dinner break but still no deal has been reached. a major point of concern during day three of the transit workers union strike is potential for this, to continue on through election day. in a statement septa's chair hand pat dion says that the union should assure the public that if an agreement has not been reached it will suspend the strike on election day but as part of the fiery sons back today local 234 head willie brown stated quote not helpful is asking us to suspend the strike for election day, rather then talking about next week, septa and its board
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chairman should stop their games and work with us to get a settlement now. concern is not necessarily over transportation to the poles, which are typically within walking distance from a voter's house but over traffic congestion that could require commute tours leave their homes early and arrive home late, before and then after polling is opened. 4700 transit workers walk off the job after a contract agreement was not reached with septa by midnight monday deadline. the city has been devoid of all bus, subway and trolley services since that time. now there has been talk of election day ride shares or bipartisan car pools for anyone in need, of transportation, to the polls on tuesday. reporting live from center city, alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> of course, we will continue to track those negotiations, thanks very much. just days after being arrested eagles receiver josh huff is off the team and move comes as 25 year-old faces drug and weapons charges. the sports director don bell,
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he is live at the novacare complex where huff and his teammate are reacting, don. >> on tuesday josh huff was arrested for illegal possession of the firearm and marijuana, yesterday he returned to practice and seemingly had the support of the organization and today, he is gone. >> these decisions are hard but we have to do what is right for the philadelphia eagles. >> reporter: twenty-four hours ago josh huff appeared to be an a course of redemption but today eagles went in another direction. >> we spent a lot of time over the last 48 hours just making sure we had the information and that we weren't rushing to judgment and then we have a process in place for these sort of things. >> reporter: move to release huff surprised many in the locker room. >> it is tough. he has a family. he has a baby boy. you don't want to see nobody lose their job especially because they need them. he is a provider in the home. >> he came into see me. he was crying. the guy knows that he made a
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his take. you know, he loses his job. you know, how do you think he felt. >> it is a wake up call for him and everybody, it send a message to everybody. >> reporter: perhaps players were shock by huff's release because under the current regime's brief reign in precedent has been set. linebacker nigel bradham is facing his own gun charges after mistakenly leaving a gun in his carry on luggage in miami. >> very different set of circumstances, and obviously, we have to go through all of those when we do that to figure out what is the right decision for us. >> reporter: so just about a hour and a half ago josh huff releasing a statement. first i want to apologize to mr. laurie and his family, my coaches, teammates and all eagles fans. i'm or that i any action by my brought negative light to this organization. iowa don't thank the family, howie this community and entire eagles organization for
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the opportunity i have had past three years. most important i want to let the fans and community as a whole know that i understand the responsibility i have as a professional athlete. i will take all measures necessary to correct mistakes that i have made. it has been a whirlwind over last 48 hours, plus for the philadelphia eagles. lost in all this is the fact that on sunday, they will actually play a game, a rivalry game against new york giants. so, coming up late ever on in sports we will actually talk some x's and o's. that is story from the novacare complex i'm don belfor cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> see you then. federal officials looking into how penn state handled complaints about jerry sandusky has slapped the school with a record 2.4 million-dollar fine. the u.s. department of education says that penn state violated a law that required colleges and universities to report campus crimes and warn people if their safety is threaten. feds say school did in the warn student and employees of
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the coming charges against sandusky who was quick of 45 counts of child sexual abuse. multiple car thefts in one philadelphia neighborhood has officers putting residents on alert tonight. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos shows us simple step police say will keep your car from being taken. >> reporter: in the past few weeks, 12 cars have been stolen in the third district, which runs west from broad and south of here. >> so how to police say these 12 thefts happen? well, quite simple, police say thieves open up the doors in all 12 cases, victims left their keys in the ignition and the car was idling. >> it is between delivery people, or people just unloading groceries into their homes. there is no, there is no pattern that we could see at this point. >> reporter: it is such a concern captain frank is having his community officers post these notices on cars, and even issue warnings forecaster left idling. >> it is $118 a particular.
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not that we will give tickets, we will start off with warnings but if the trends continues, you know, that could be another course of action. >> i never had a problem. >> reporter: because steve solomon who lived in the neighborhood for more than a decade says he is extremely cautious. >> i don't leave my car running for anybody. >> reporter: believes we all need a little more common sense. >> that is major problem they just don't, they are book smart and everything else but common sense is out the door. >> reporter: in south philadelphia, greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a second teenage boy is charged in connection with the shooting last month in philadelphia's rittenhouse square park. police say 18 year-old reese reese nasir surrendered on halloween. suspect with one other man, is accused of trying to rob a couple, in the park, in october 18th. a good samaritan intervened and was shot. both suspects face several charges including attempted murder and robbery. trial of the montgomery county man charged in the deadly church shooting of the fellow parishioner end with a
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conviction. jury found 46 year-old mark storm's guilty of voluntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment. he argued self-defense for fatally shooting robert braxton the third inside keystone fellowship church in montgomery villas april. storms was immediately taken into custody where he will await sentencing. a big welcome home for a fire fighter injured in the deadly house fire in wilmington. fire fighters line sidewalks as brad speakman was released from crozer helps terrmel center to day he suffered burns over 30 percent of his body while fighting a suspect arson fire september 24th. christopher leach and jerry fixes were killed in that fire. a second injured fire fighters arty hope remained hospitalized. it is coming down to the wire, the presidential candidates are pulling out all of the stops to win pennsylvania and other critical battle will ground states. donald trump's wife melania campaigned for the republican nominee in berwyn chester county today. she gave her first solo speech since the republican national
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convention this summer. melania trump told supporters donald trump is someone in touch with america's working class. >> every time high husband learned of a factory closing, in ohio, or north carolina, or here in pennsylvania, i saw him get very upset. he could see what has happening. he saw the problems. he always talk about how he could fix them. >> meanwhile donald trump is campaigning in the battle ground state of north carolina tonight this concord the republican nominee told supporters everyone must vote on tuesday, no excuses. hillary clinton is also on the campaign trail today, democratic nominee is focusing on north carolina clinton rallied with supporters earlier in winterville in the eastern part of the state. >> i believe the only way that we can get things done is to actually listen and respect each other and try to find
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that common ground that will enable us to get results for people. if you elect me next tuesday that is the kind of president i will be. >> celebrities will be showing their support for clinton in our area, stevey wonder will perform in philadelphia tomorrow, katie perry will be here saturday and on monday, clinton will be joined by her husband, the former president and president obama and first lady at an election eve rally right here in philadelphia. well, looking for something to do have after you cast your ballot on election day? well, free library says they have you covered. the reason they are welcoming voters to stop in at what you can do when you get there. and remembering their service, where these veterans are being honored for their service for the country, kate. we are live in glassboro we are at vfw and we will bring you story of the family appearing tonight, on family feud, that is the scaf id i family and they are so excited and all tamly and friend are
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here to see whether they won. we will have your much cooler forecast heading in the weekend coming up when we come
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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 them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" animal experts believe they know what killed a hump back whale found dead in the port of wilmington last week. >> marine education research and rehabilitation institute
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says rope and other gear were found tangled around the whale's fins. juvenile hump back wound in its mouth which prevented it from eating properly. high school students in our area are getting a unique opportunity to see in the the future learning what it would be like to work in the medical field. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is in the einstein health care center to, introduce you to the the inaugural class of the einstein career exploratory program. >> reporter: this you this class is launched here in philadelphia to show students that it is never too soon to see what it is like to be in the medical profession. >> are you okay. >> yes. >> same pulse we have here. >> reporter: opportunities from central high and grove high school found themselves in the emergency room under instruction of the doctor doug mcgee, chair academic officer for einstein health network. >> pulse right here. >> reporter: each student getting hand on experience in life saving procedures, their
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patient a dummy. they inserted a scope down the throat and awe what vocal cord look like. >> do you think you you are in there. >> reporter: they learned how tricky it can be to ventilate a asian. >> you need a tight seal there. >> reporter: roars that help interest of these students who just may some day be the next generation of hell professionals. >> the good news, many of the today's students are getting excited about exploring these careers and building skills to get there. >> reporter: learning skills beyond the classroom that house them to experience, and choose their future, by seeing it, firsthand. throughout this three weeks of course work students shadow professionals in various clinical areas. from the einstein health care science center i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". quite an screens. >> um-hmm. >> story of sheer will. >> tonight on "eyewitness news" at 11:00 victoria woodill sits down with the french inspired byob in south philadelphia to learn how a accident never stopped this reality chef's dream of living a life of good food. >> what is something that people don't know about you.
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>> i cannot taste. >> you cannot taste. >> no. >> see how this chef creates sensational food without the use of of his senses, it is a special addition, taste with tori that goes beyond the food that tells a story of a remarkable come back tonight at 11:00. a special honor for local veterans, 35 military veterans, were given the camden county military service medal. >> every year kennedy health invites other local groups to present the medals to local veterans who made camden county proud. the members from all four branches of the military as well as coastguard were honored at a ceremony in voorhees today. some attendees took the opportunity to talk about the importance of military service. >> the need arose from time to time, to defend our form after government and our people never failed to respond to that need. those of you who are been honored here today are part of
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the long historical path. you have worn your country's uniform and answered the call to duty this was the 15th year of the annual awards ceremony, recognizing, our local veterans. thank you, thank you all. >> we solute you. to turning to weather now an unseasonably warm day. >> survey says, it is certainly not feeling like november. kate bilo is live in glassboro tonight, you will explain that, that little pun there. >> survey said. >> yes, we've got really, really warm evening outside and we are here for a very special reason. not just because it has been a beautiful day in glassboro, new jersey but we have a local family from glassboro appearing on our sister station tonight for family feud, and they have been keeping the secret since june, whether they won, or lost, and their whole family coming out, food is here, latest ready, they are excited and we will talk to them in just one minute. it is actually pretty quiet
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once we get the through front tonight but a couple of showers still rumbling through the area, not a big deal just a few the spotty ones out there right now and they will continue to move out tonight as temperatures begins to drop. again, around the city, in camden, gloucester county you may pick up a stray shower, new castle county delaware same story, temperatures still mild, upper 60's, philadelphia wilmington and millville and still in the 07's in dover but cooler air waiting in the wings, and we will see those move in tonight into tomorrow only in the 50's north and west up in scranton, pittsburgh, buffalo, look at washington d.c., 75, that is coming to the end very quickly. highs today 80's, lewis delaware, cape may at 81, atlantic city tied a record at 81 degrees and topped out at 27 in philadelphia. few more cloud today, kept us from hitting that record of 80 but a nice warm november day. surface happen shows breezy cooler conditions tomorrow with a high of 60, that is
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seasonal for november. high pressure overhead, cool canadian high, and that means temperatures at or slightly below normal. thighs dry weekend. rots of sunshine. highs in the 50's both saturday and sunday. you get an extra hour of sleep this weekend, iron set those clocks back saturday night into sunday. great fall week toned get outside. fall foliage top viewing spots across the area looking for someplace to go wissohickon valley park, drive there, valley forge, schuylkill river trail, morris arboretum, bowman's hill and delaware canal state. all areas in peak foliage this november weekend. it will be a great weekend for. that lots of sunshine expect as we head into our friday overnight cool, but not cold, 50 degrees, turning blustery. tomorrow temperatures where they should be around 60 degrees and that is where they will be throughout weekend as well. we have temperatures in the 50's, warming um back to the 60's next week. we are back here live in glassboro, coming up at 7:30 we will see if scafidi family
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will win tonight. tell us burr brother, son who can the not be here tonight. with is he. >> timer is graduate of the you had merchant marina contacted my and he is stationed on the ship in the mediterranean. he was just in cecily, heading to greece, won't be with us tonight but will be here in spirit. >> he is here in spirit for sure. >> he was your team captain because he has so much personality. i don't know how anybody could have more personality then you ladies but he does. >> he is quick witt and gives answer and goes with it. >> fantastic. >> now your husband, your dad he is on his way and he has local ties to the community as well, right. >> i was born and raised in glassboro as was my husband. he is solicitor for glassboro and he has a meeting and as soon as that meeting is over he is bringing his friend over here and we will watch show togethery will stay here and watch. can't wait to sees and how they to on tamly feud, if it is personality contest these guys wins hand down. we will have more on that. now back to you guys. >> thanks, good luck. big announcement by bird
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today plus they still have a game to play on sunday. don bell live at 'nova care complex, don. we have some breaking news from the the bird, coming up, we will talk about josh huff and we will talk about, hey, guess what, they actually have a game to play on sunday as well against the new york giants. we will have a preview for you coming up next in sports.
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he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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 them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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a lot to talk about in sports tonight with the eagles making a decision to cut josh huff. >> lets go to sports director done ton bell at the novacare complex, done ton. >> you guys mentioned it, josh huff no longer with the football team. let's recap our top story, he is gone, they had 48 hours to evaluate situation and they have decided to sever ties with josh huff. meanwhile, they still have a game to prepare for, hello. they play on sunday begins giants in the meadow land. eagles have lost three out of four while g men are looking for their third straight win. always when you play these guys the key to winning is rattling the cage of the quarterback eli hang. >> getting after him, beat you with his legs a little bit especially if he sees, you know, an open receiver.
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we need get after him, stop their run and we have to stop their receivers because they have a good receiving core and we just got to stop, we have to stop them up front so we can get to the quarterback. >> always got to rattle his kacie lie manning if you want win that game. quick reminder guys, flyers play in brooklyn taking on the islanders. fly guys with the overtime win over detroit last night four-three. hopefully they can keep good vibe going. that is story from the novacare complex, i'm don bell, back to you in the studio. >> eli can be rattled, all right db thanks very much. how does this sound party at the library streaks library. >> why they want people to stop by and what they will find when they
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more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses -
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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 - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. tree library of philadelphia wants to you stop by and celebrate. >> as part of the library american presidency series, attendees can watch the polls and engage in presidential trivia, and have have some red and blue state snacks. you know voting could make you hungry no doubt. >> you have to get substance. >> the event will take lays, in the sky line room of the library's parkway central branch and tickets are $15. fifteen dollars. >> throw a cheese stake in there too. >> yeah. >> a mini one. >> a mini cheese stake.
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>> across the street to the franklin institute a lot to to in that area. that would be fun. well, thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00 we are back at ten on our sister station wpsg, the cw philly and, of course, we're back here on cbs-3 at 11:00. up next, "cbs evening news" is your child's eating too much sodium? doctor john lepuke looks at hidden salt dangers. >> curse is broken den reynolds is in chicago with more on the cubs world series victory. i think a lot have people want to keep talking about that. >> our day is coming back soon, one day. that was nice to see. really nice to see. >> scott pelley is next there new york, take care family we will see you later tonight.
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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 them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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