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and, new this morning a fire in the the south philadelphia row home send three people to the hospital, including a baby. secret service agents rushed donald trump off the stage on this final weekend of campaign 2016. why he and hillary clinton are spending part of it in pennsylvania. someone breaks in the car and steals lap tops belong to go hillary clinton campaign staffers, now south philadelphia police crack the case and make an arrest. it is sunday november 6th, good morning i'm rahel solomon. lets get over to justin drabick with weather and justin talking about a dry relatively pleasant stretch. >> classic november weather where we should be, maybe a few degrees above average. the lots of sunshine great way to finish the weekend. election day will be look good, in threat of any rain, and talk about that too. hopefully you will do that but nothing wrong were being early. >> you are never early, we know that. >> i'm never early.
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>> i'm teasing. >> that is why unis is up already, everything pushed an hour earlier, but gets dark before 5:00. enjoy daylight early this morning and check it out, sun's up now, mostly clear skies. high thin cloud over the city. little weak cold front sliding through but temperatures are warmer then yesterday at this time at 51 at the airport. the west wind at 9 miles an hour. temperature change, compared to 24 hours ago, anywhere from eight to 19 degrees warmer. we're not wearing heavier coats this morning, cooler spots that we found mount pocono at 44, in the bad for this time of the morning and year, 46 in quakertown. fifty-one this doylestown at this hour. lingering cloud cover, parts of the city and into south jersey and delaware with that front, that should thin out and we will go mostly clear, and sunny this afternoon. temperature right around 63 degrees for afternoon high at the shore. lower 60's. cooler in the poconos. temperatures there in the 50's but not that bad. we are locked into a dry
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weather pattern this big storms coming our way. temperatures will fluctuate all week long we will talk about in the seven day in a few minutes. >> check back soon, thank you, justin. authorities are investigating a fire in south philadelphia that sent two adults and one baby to the hospital. fire department got the call just before 2:45 this morning to a home long the 2600 block of manton street with three people trapped inside. fire fighters were able to rescue two adults and that baby. >> just an incredible job accounts great rescues tonight by our fire tighters, outstanding patient care by our medics, as they always do. >> reporter: according to the red paw emergency relief team one cat did not survive, one pit bull displaced but everyone including the baby are in stable condition. one person is rush to the hospital have after a fire rips through their south philadelphia home. the flames broke out at 4:30 in the 1600 block of wharton street. officials say it didn't take long for fire fighters to knock down the flames. the cause of the fire is under investigation. hillary clinton is focusing on ohio and new
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hampshire before she returns to philadelphia for a get out the vote rally tomorrow night. donald trump is making several stops including one just outside pittsburgh this evening. and as our mark albert reports a brief scare interrupted the trump campaign. >> reporter: secret service agents quickly rushed donald trump off the stage in reno, nevada have after someone yelled gun while a protester approached the stage. >> man was quickly taken in custody and escorted out of the building but no weapon was found and protester was released. >> somebody yelled something about a gun, and that is when things got out offhanded and people were just kicking me, grabbing my arms, twisting and then finally i'm thankful for law enforcementable to come. >> reporter: trump returned and thank the secret service and his supporters who helped bring the suspect down. >> you are amazing, thank you fellows. >> i saw what you were doing. that ace i tough group right here report report another
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scare on the campaign trail saturday night, a car slammed in the side of the media bus covering clinton running hate tim kaine while motorcade was heading to the airport. one reporter said he was thrown in the aisle. >> ♪ >> reporter: katie per you head lined a get the out the vote concert in philadelphia. clinton says the race is about the future. >> to make sure that america lives up to its promise to everyone of our people especially everyone of our children. >> reporter: in a sign the race may be tightening more than second president obama has added a campaign spot in michigan monday to get young voters to the poll before meeting up with the democratic nominee for final rally in philadelphia mark albert for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". also, got some help on the campaign trail, by vice-president joe by men bucks county. he and his wife doctor jill biden were stumping in bristol. while urging those to vote for
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clinton the vice-president also slammed her opponent. >> donald trump said he would root for housing crisis because he says that is goodbyes. that is what he says, i'm not headaching this up. >> today the vice-president will campaign on clinton's behalf in scranton and harrisburg. also, in bristol democrat katie mcginty who is challenging incumbent republican pat toomey for u.s. senate seat in pennsylvania. mcginty peering with the biens speaking to supportes at their rail. she called on them to get the to the polls and stressed the importance of this years race. >> we know that we have to win. we have to. that is right, losing is not an option. but our mission is urgent. it is urgent. >> some urgent issues she spoke of included equal pay for women and improving education and gun control. senator patrick toomey stopped at a rally in montgomery county. he spoke with supporters in
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blue bell. senator urged vote tours get the country moving in the right direction. >> i'm here to tell you it is complete thely, absolutely unacceptable to think for one moment that we're not going to turn over to the next generation an even greater country then the one we grew up in. >> toomey was joined by republican senator tom cotton of arkansas. stay with "eyewitness news" as we continue to follow the candidates, through election night. we are covering am pain 2016 on the air and on line, at cbs well, police make ab arrest after three lap tops were stolen from hillary clinton campaign staffers in northern liberties. it happened friday night along the 100 block of brown street. police say four clinton staffers were park nearby when someone broke into their suv and stole three mack book pros. they arrested a 27 year-old man last night for stolen computers. neighbors say that smash and grab happened all the time in that area. >> lap tops were stolen, which is kind of a big deal, later to find out that clinton
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staffers, wow, we finally get some attention on our block but we're pretty used to it. >> neighbors hope stolen campaign computers will lead to an increased police presence there. well, septa will find out tomorrow if it can get an injunction to end the strike now in its sixth day. the transport workers union president willie brown says his union can't get anywhere a at the bargaining table. he says transit agency has pinned their hopes on getting an injunction to end the walk out. they will hear testimony before making a decision. septa says that the strike threatens public safety and right to vote in tuesday's election. big issue remains, pensions. happening today the second annual veterans parade, more than 100 groups are set to participate. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live at independent mall with the preview, hey there, good morning, chere. >> good morning, rahel. in just a few hours this entire area near sixth and market will be transformed. take a look around me, there is already, lots of work being
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done, this is going to be, turned into a stage where dignitaries will speak, parade kicks off around 12:30 with a spectacular parachute jump and flight of a-10 aircraft, and it is here to tell us all bit is terry williamsson the president of the philadelphia veterans parade. this is only second year you guys have done this and you are trying to make it bigger, better then last year. tell me how. >> absolutely. these sorts of things grow. the one way we're doing it we have a non-profit board of all veterans that were formed. our theme is really veterans taking care of veterans, whether it is, need that they have, or making sure that they have the proper recognition. so we have been working on this since february. you just don't do these things overnight as you know, cherri and we have a marvelous day. >> yes. extraordinary. >> reporter: parade will begin at 16th and jfk, end right here at sixth and market. there is a lot of wild factors
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going on. >> there is, indeed, the all veterans parachute team will be jumping and landing right in front of the independence hall. a-10 wart hogs these are the tank kill their were used in the middle east will be flying up and down market street so that will happen, roughly the same time, 12:5 or 12:40 so folks who who want to sees that need to get down here early. >> reporter: motorcycles. >> we have 300 of them that will roar through here. we hope they don't roar too much. they will kick the parade off. >> reporter: right here at sixth and market down to about third street there will be a festival. >> that is right, this is first year for this, as we were planning this we said listen, this is a day for veterans but day for their families where they can come down, there is rock climbing, there is a lot of good food, beveraging, and just as important as the veterans service organizations which will have tables down here, which veterans and families
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are others can come, learn about their benefits that they have and what not. even there is going to be a couple of firms hiring here. >> so lots going on from 12:0 to 4:30 to take, it is a family fun event, all is set up, going on and there will be thousands, about 10,000 people showed up last year. >> right, that is it, we have no idea until they do and like you say all of the activities here at sixth and market at 12:30 but the parade starts at noon. so people who want to gather around market street will be able to see marchers down there too. >> and this will all, of course, leading up to veterans day which is next friday, and folks will be having lots of events that day but this is sort of the kick off to veterans week, yes. >> good way to put it, absolutely. >> indeed. >> live at independent mall, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news", thanks very much. >> thank you you're welcome.
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>> thank you. >> i have covered that parade last year. really cool event. much more to come on cbs-3 eyewitness news singing for sixers, seven streeter will get the date but will she bewaring that jersey. clean up job continues after a water main break plus a shopping center parking lot. we will show you how much progress they are making. there is no excuse not to vote on tuesday justin drabick has eyewitness weather forecast in just a few
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well, sixers set a new date for seven street tore sing the national anthem. the streeter and sixers say she will sing december 16th. you might remember she was scheduled to sing october 26th but she was told that she could not perform while wearing a we matter jersey. streeter said that and, and. >> the routine at harvard university is apologizing for circulating sexual comments about women's soccer team. last month a student news cover uncovered a document that rate add tracktiveness of players on the women's team. they included some lewd comments. harvard suspended mens soccer team for the rest of the season. after a water main break flooded a shopping center in east falls and neighbors are asking, what the city plans to do to make sure this doesn't happen again this was the scene after workers drained most of the water after a century old main burst on friday and then six million-dollar of water in the baker center parking lot.
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and this is third water main break here this just three years and city officials say this is a plan to eventually replace entire water main and it will be not easy, quick or cheap. it will likely cost millions have of dollars. justin is joining us again, in excuse in the the to to vote on tuesday. >> nice week. >> great looking forecast, nice finish to the weekend. past few weeks struggling to find cameras because it was so dark but we are back in the standard time. 6:36. we are looking live from kutztown area middle school. nice job there sun mixed with the mid to high level cloud right there, little weak cold front, in the region, coming through dry but eventually that cold air starts to work its way in tonight. this morning is not bad, current temperature 47 degrees. yesterday up in kutztown we have widespread frost, temperatures down around freezing. overall our pattern hold, pleasant temperatures and dry conditions, but we could use a little bit on have rainfall as we are well below average for the year. kind of the fluctuating for the entire week. average high 60. we will be slightly above that
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today. tomorrow we will take a hit. back below average in the 50's. so, a classic fall day tomorrow, we will need heavier day tomorrow enduring afternoon hours and we will see spike this temperatures at election day. mid to upper 60's, and we will level off by end of the week and slight thely average or above average and then next weekend we will take another shot of some cooler air. so that time of the year and all over the place and 50's in allentown, 44 this mount pocono. in the mountains nothing terribly cold, and northwest wind coming over the land and that keeps temperatures, mild even along the coast low to mid 50's at this this hour at new jersey shore and delaware beaches. stinkering cloud over our region right now, and mid to high level from that front not producing any rain. clear conditions to our west and a lot of sunshine on tap once again today. peak fall foliage for philadelphia and surrounding suburbs, close to peak for areas south of the delaware and south jersey but already past peak lehigh valley up in
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the pocono region. you may be raking leaves this weekend. good weather for that to the north of the city. high pressure dominates our region. once we have highs over us we will get lots of sunshine that blocks any storms from developing. so that situates itself over mid-atlantic and north east for next several case. nothing but sunshine, cool nights, mild have afternoon. so here's our next weather maker, a cold front on election day well to the the west, and that will not impact us a lot of sunshine. warm temperatures tuesday. that front comes for wednesday. bringing in some cloud, i don't think it will bring rain. by the time it the gets here that moisture will dry out. temperatures today, 50's to the north and low 60's in philadelphia and air yacht to the south and east. gets cold tonight. it will not be like we are dealing with this morning. tomorrow heaviest coats, temperatures near freezing, up in the lehigh valley, berks county and interior south jersey, millville, pine land, you guys will be out here, tomorrow morning and maybe, and in the mid 50's, at best. here's overall outlet. the lets go to mid-november, from the 13th to the 19th at
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least for the temperatures, project to be well above average and through much of the u.s. exception south florida, cooler. here in philadelphia above average temperatures continues probably through mid month, and even in the end of the novas well. 63 degrees for our high. very pleasant. gets cold. forty-two for city. here's that election day break down. morning temperatures, 40 to 50 around 9:00. sixty at lunchtime. on our way up to the mid 60's for highs on tuesday. a lot of sun, keeping it in the 60's through most of the week. saturday that will be the coolest day with the chance for showers, rahel, back to you. >> thanks, justin. 7:18. lets check with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. it looks like we are starting at ben franklin bridge because we are going to see closures. >> it is opened for business now but in about ten minutes, 7:30, it closes down in both directions, between the toll plaza and eighth and vine, for run the bridge, that is taking place there at 7:30 to 9:30
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this morning. we will want to take walt whitman bridge as your alternate. lets take a look at that, there you go walt whitman bridge mid span in, delays or problems on the walt whitman, good to go as your alternate for ben franklin today. if you are taking walt whitman to the shore it is a beautiful day. crisp but beautiful. further up, 42 freeway looks good no problems on the ac expressway or garden state parkway. we are move the traffic cam one more time to the schuylkill expressway, right here near 30th street right at vine street expressway. at eastbound cars are coming toward us or eastbound lanes are headlights coming towards you, no delays or problems on the the schuykill through philadelphia or suburbs. it is day six of the septa strike, no service on the market frankford el, broad street subway city bus, trolleys and trackless trolleys. the visit for more information. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans new rahel, back to you. and here is more what you will see on "eyewitness news" this morning. he know how to talk to
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standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. millions of dollars of stolen artery covered by the philadelphia fbi, and "eyewitness news" will bring you an exclusive look inside of the philadelphia fbi's, we will take you to the secret location, non-descript cinder block building where treasures are behind the doors and one specific location is on its way back to europe after
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almost 30 years. we cannot show you paintings because of the current investigation but we can tell you six of these paintings were found in the philadelphia area. >> would he don't know what will come in today, tomorrow or next week. >> tomorrow night at 11:00 we will tell you about this special fbi team. now to the story of giving back. a a young nurse who was once a cancer patient, well, she can new truly say i know how you feel to the children she takes care of. "eyewitness news" health reporter stephanie stahl tells us more about amanda. >> hi. >> reporter: amanda jordannellie, she's a nurse with the special insight and long history with st. christopher's hospital for children. >> i only ever wanted to work here. >> reporter: she's 22 and just got the job. her journey here started 14 years ago when she was diagnosed with leukemia. >> but now, nurses that took care of me i wouldn't be here. >> reporter: many of them are still around and reminisce with the scrap book made by amanda's mom. >> that is when my hair was falling out. >> reporter: she was seven battling blood cancer and
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spent countless hours getting treatment at the hospital. >> i remember one of the first nights she was diagnosed i remember it. it is wonderful that she grew up to have such a wonderful life after what she went through as a patient. >> reporter: now 11 years in remission amanda is paying it forward. >> i have to give back what the nurses gave me and a sense, and and we want them to know that we are here to take care of them. >> she want bring something to this job that in of us can do because she has been through it, she has a personal story. >> reporter: cancer survivor who knows what it is like to be little, sick, scared now helping the next generation of patients. >> i know how to talk to them, i know what they are scared of because i was afraid of the same things. >> reporter: having to just start her nursing career amanda is working with a variety of different patients new and she hopes to go back to school to become a nurse regard, and eventually work in oncology, with young cancer patients. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and the next half an hour
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of cbs-3 "eyewitness news" honoring our veterans philadelphia takes time to solute men and women who for the to keep us free. and it can be a season of surprising dangers for your dog and cat, and in this morning's pet the project, carroll erickson with the pennsylvania spca will tell you all about them. >> good morning everyone. nice tart to the day. it will be a beautiful finish to the weekend but will it the stay nice? we will that have voting forecast in eyewitness weather.
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and good morning. i'm rahel solomon it is sunday november 6th. lets get out to justin drabick on the cbs-3 sky deck and it looks like a nice end to the weekend. >> beautiful conditions. yesterday was perfect. temperatures above average in the mid 60's. sun has been up for about an hour now and back into standard time and temperatures in the bad this time of the year and morning. yesterday we were around freezing in spots but here we are, around 50 degrees in locations, the coldest location, up land -- up in the mountains. mount pocono 44. fifty-one in philadelphia a, south jersey, in the the shore and 50's. suburbs comfortable, quakertown, palmyra all in the lower 50's. part of the reason is the
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wind, up compared to yesterday out of the west to northwest. that is mixing up the air. we cannot get that cold air to settle in at the surface. is there a weak little cold front sliding through our region right now. if you go outside and look out in the sky we will see mid to high level clouds. they will thin out and generally lots of sunshine through this afternoon. cold air is, lingering. it will wait until tonight to get here. there will be a big difference tomorrow morning by the time you wake up. for this morning temperatures in the 40's, 50's, clear skies, sun this afternoon, pleasant, upper 50's in the lower 60's. we are on our way up to 63 degrees. lower 60's at the shore. lower 50's in the the poconos. we will bring back cooler air for start of the workweek but then warms up for election day probably wearing short sleeves to the voting poles, we will talk about that coming up in a few more minutes, rahel, back to you. hillary clinton campaigns in yes and new hampshire before returning to philadelphia for one final get out the vote rally tomorrow
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night. the president, first lady will be there too. last night democratic nominee stopped at mann music center forget out the vote concert for katie perry. >> and if we do what we should, and then on november the ninth this coming wednesday, we can all wake up and say i'm going to do my part to make sure that america lives up to its promise to everyone of our people especially everyone of our children who deserve the chance to live up to their god given potential. >> and clinton introduced per hoy wore a special cape making her feelings known ahead of tuesday's vote. madam president i think it said. donald trump is crisscrossing the country and one is in moon township outside, pittsburgh tonight. last tonight there were tense moments in reno, nevada owe, secret service agents rushed him off the stage after somebody yelled gun. several security officials escorted a man out of the
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rally a short time later. they found in weapon and did release him. trump return to make his closing argument to voters. >> you will win so much, you will love it. get out and vote. get out and vote. because together we will make america wealthy again, we will make america strong again, and we will make america safe again and we will make america great again. >> trump will be back in our area in scranton tomorrow afternoon. meantime trump's running mate mike pence campaigned in wisconsin where house speaker paul ryan joined him. he told support their donald trump will put common sense conservative principals if elect president. pence campaign in michigan and said he personified the failed status quo. >> hillary clinton has a plan to continue the same failed policies of this administration and then some.
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more taxes, more regulation, more of the war on american energy and more obama care. they tell us it is best we can do we just got to stick with it. people in michigan know a whole lot better then that. it is not best we can do it is just the best that they can do. >> pence will be back in our area and he will be in erie tomorrow. surrogates for both candidates are out in full force, vice-president joe biden worked to get out the vote for hillary clinton in bucks county and "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan was there. >> reporter: with time almost out and presidential candidates separated by only a few points in most major polls hundreds of hillary clinton supporters pack in the bristol bucks county gymnasium looking for inspiration from the vice-president. >> i love joe biden, wish he was running but hillary is our candidate and we're very excited. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: tell me why did you want to come. >> because i wanted to vote for hillary and i wanted to see the vice-president. >> reporter: biden highlighted
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a slate of pennsylvania democrats running for office including senate hopeful katie mcginty, one of the main messages preventing a donald trump presidency. >> ladies and gentlemen, this guy is already doing grave damage to us internationally. >> reporter: while trump talk about at length biden tried to energize democrats by highlighting some good news about the economy under democrat president barack obama, which as of this week saw unemployment dip below 5 percent. >> we have created more jobs, then all of the other advanced economies in the world combined, wages are finally rising. >> reporter: many in the crowd hoping biden would provoke passion and said they weren't disappointed. >> i think he is fantastic. he gives a good speech. he knows how to whip up a crowd. >> reporter: there was one notable, visual vision, trump supporters edward mackhouse who came out of curiosity. >> we have the most corrupt person in the history of america running for president and i wanted to see how they could present that, to make it
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look like they are going to help americans. >> reporter: message very simple at this point from democrats and republicans, asking their support tours try to get more support by talking to their friend, family and co-workers, just three days left until the election n bristol i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". just two days until we head to the polls, stay with cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for complete campaign coverage through election night. today philadelphia a is taking time to honor men and women who served our country, more than 100 groups are set to participate in the second annual veterans parade today. cherri gregg from kyw news radio is live with the preview, good morning, lot of people expect to attend, what did you say 10,000 last year. >> about 10,000 showed up to celebrate cities veterans and just a few hours we're hoping that more will show up this year but as you can see, set up is already underway, even though parade doesn't start
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until noon. we have volunteers and workers setting up the stage here at sixth and market. there will be bleachers where dignitaries will speak and then over on fifth street leading to third street there will be a veterans festival. look at the video of the parade which includes 150 different veterans groups from all arms of the military, they will begin marching at noon today around 16th and jfk. they will come down, around city hall and at the same time they will march all the way down market, and right here at sixth and market at 12:30 the all veteran paratrooper group will do a spectacular paratrooper jump and land in front of the independent mall and then a flight of a-10 aircraft will fly east/west toward starting point of the parade. there will be 300 met or cycles that will speak down market street and once parade is over there is a festival with the rock climbing wall food vendors and dozens of veterans service
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organizations, and we're hoping thousands of spectators come to show some appreciation to those veterans, according to terry williamson, president of the philadelphia veterans parade. >> i see enthusiasm, cheers, greeting, hollers, like what we to last year that sort of thing to let veterans marching know hey, we appreciate you, we appreciate your service. >> yeah, today's veterans parade is kicking off a week have of veterans events which will end on friday, with actual veterans day events. so, to take the parade will kick off around noon and of course there will be tons of festivities the right here outside of the independent hall beginning at 2:30. live from independent mall i'm cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> good event, thank you. we have a lot more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" meet the a man who can take them through history of the presidential campaign,
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collects political buttons, pins and buttons dating from the 1780's to this years' lex. it the began when he was ten year-old and his friend were stockpiling baseball card but he got a reelect richard nixon pin that got him hook on other another collection. >> it is not a matter of democrat, republican or an any other minor part is prohibition, it. it is about preserving history. >> very cool. >> stone has more than 3800 pieces in his collection but he says his favorite has always been the next one. cool. justin joins us with a lot at forecast and weather watchers. what are we seeing. >> pleasant conditions. sun has been up for over an hour now. tonight will get dark early, sunset before 5:00 o'clock this evening but good way to finish off weekend classic in weather, temperatures a few degree above average this afternoon. not a bad start from the weather watchers.
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coolest spot that can find here is upper 40's after this time of the year. that is not that bad. michael riley in san towing owe full sunshine, checking in at 48 degrees. near the city, cooler, phil chapline at 45 degrees. and then, get into interior south jersey pine land, tabernacle, unshine 43. and then into delaware another cool spot as we check into new castle county delores lee in newark at 45 degrees. maybe a little bit of fog to deal with right new. this is ed connor in chesterfield showing clear skies, high thin clouds right now weak cold front sliding through. these were all off the trees. here's good fall color, this is from the morris air game yum taking from phil chapline. another good one there in the sunshine. so good conditions to check out that fall color which is peeking right now around philadelphia and surrounding suburbs. let's go to the shore where it the is mile. we have sun.
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temperatures in the 50's. clouds early this morning. they are moving off shore with the front. few people on the boardwalk right new riding a bike going for morning walk, it looks good, afternoon temperatures surged in the lower 60's. i mentioned we are back to standard time so here we go sunset at 4:52. early, and earliest we will get is december 9th, sunsetting at 4:35 in the evening. by even of the year it creeps back up to 4:46. getting dark early. we are losing two minutes of daylight a roaching winter solstice. temperatures also going to be taking a hit as far as averages go over next several weeks. right now we will average 60 degrees. we will be above that to today. month averages in the 40's, early january, average 40 degrees, that is the coldest we will average, for the year. forty's around philadelphia very quiet on storm scan three. we have rain, showers across new england, little front there pick it out, on satellite there. cloud, left over south jersey,
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delaware, cold air delayed. but it gets here tonight, but here we go trent clears us, through the day today, unshine, cold air just spilling from the north. temperatures today 60's and tomorrow for highs we will struggle to make it back in the mid to upper 50's. we are in the dry weather pattern. down on the 5 inches have rain on the year so we could use additional rainfall. not much happening. monday looks good, sun and skies, election day, a lot have of sunshine, there will be a front that comes through tuesday night and wednesday maybe a stray shower a lot of the hoist tour will be gone by the time that trent gets here so just bring in some clouds. temperatures after a nice start this morning. fifty's close to 60 in the lehigh valley, poconos, 50's in the mountains, philadelphia surrounding suburbs. fifty's, lower 60's, same deal, in south jersey. delaware northwesterly wind coming across the land to heat up the air a little bit. we got the to the mid 60es a. are is pleasant today.
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63 degrees in the sunshine. tonight it will get cold. low of 42 in the city. lower 30's in the coldest suburbs. then we will warm it up for tuesday election day can't blame weather if you don't go out and vote. lots of sunshine. sixty-six. maybe upper 60's if we will sees enough sunshine look at this trend, sunshine and dry conditions, temperatures, flip flopping, calm for this time of the year. coolest day for workweek will be monday, high of 58. back to the 60's in the end of the week. next best chance of the shower holding off until saturday f you love the weather, you can be features by becoming an eyewitness weather watcher. sign up at cbs back to you. 7:44. lets go back and check with ann evans in the traffic center. are we seeing those closures on the ben franklin bridge. >> yes, it is shut down in both directions between toll plaza and eighth and vine for run the bridge, this is happening there now until 9:30. this is a picture of the
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bridge, on the camden side. it is very quiet. we have a picture here on the philadelphia side. this is the down side of the bridge heading in to philadelphia again, bridge totally shut town, ben franklin, taking the walt whitman instead this morning. it will be around until about 9:30. we will move traffic cam here to a gorgeous shot of the i-95 near the airport, no delays or problems on i-95 this morning and it looks okay. through philadelphia, and its suburbs. moving that traffic cam to the schuylkill expressway, this is schuylkill at university, schuylkill is picking up volume but moving, without any delays or problems, so far. now it is day of six septa strike no service on the el, broad street subway, city buses, trolleys and transit trolleys. visit septa colt organize for more information. that is the very latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans and here's leslie van arsdal with "eyewitness sports". eagles are two and a half point under dogs for division battle against giants.
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defensive tackle bennie logan and taylor heart did not make the trip to north jersey and they have been rule out of the game. for the third straight week eagles will face a team coming off bye to say this ace big game for doug pederson is an under statement. they are four-three record but eagles lost their last three games on the road, two of them in the division and twice, they had lead in the fourth quarter. they cannot afford to lose their third divisional game. >> we have to figure out how to get a road win and in all but one we had a chance, to, you know, really all of them but we had control of the majority of those games on the road and somehow didn't finish or didn't come up with enough play toss get the win. this is is really big for us. it is our next game. we have to figure out how to get a road win here in the division. >> we will get you ready for the showdown at 11:30 on sunday kick off. sports director don bell, path the path gallon will be in the studio. i will be live from met life stadium along with the voice
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of the eagles merrill reese. so can bird win their fourth straight game in met life stadium? join us at 11:30 right here on cbs-3. another sellout crowd down at center to see lebron james and world champion cavilers take on the innings isers. sixers president brian colangelo hoping his team would win their first game of the season, third quarter, lebron james with the steel to joel embiid, it did not work. lebron with the basket and king james two rebound shy of the triple double. joel embiid, left alone at top of the screen, big fellow with the bank shot and joel had 22 points, six board. sixers trailing by two. fourth quarter. it is jahlil okafor's turnaround yum per and sixers take the lead. jahlil scoring 14 points. sixers down a point. gerald henderson drives but with a lot of contact, no foul called, so the sixers lose a heart breaker, 102-101. flyers in montreal for second time, canadian won
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first meeting of the season have the flyers looking to extend their winning streak to four games. first period flyers down a goal, they win face off, vandervelde shot beat carry price and the game is tied. later in the fourth michael dell so the owe shoots, price with the save but shayne gostisbehere knocking in the rebound for his third goal of the season. to the second, game was tied, montreal on the attack, michael neuvirth making save but canadiens would knock in that rebound and they held off flyers five-four the final. to college football, penn state hosting iowa, second quarter nittany lions with the lead, and hand it off to barkley who found a hole and see you later. thinks a 57-yard touchdown run, penn state beattie was, and they are now, seven-two on the season. that is all for sports and i'm leslie van arsdal have a great day go bird. go bird. still to come on "eyewitness news", fall can be a great time for your pet the but they can also be
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carroll erickson is here ape joins us every sunday at this time. carroll, good morning. >> good morning. >> we have ellen here joining us. darling with her rose on her
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color. we will talk about how you can adopt her and very much look alike brother. they are two puppies. they are great. we had a great time thursday night. >> so much fun. >> it was wonderful. i will roll video. thinks bark and wine event big fundraiser for pennsylvania spca at horticultural center. hundreds of the animal lovers were there, they were generous, just a phenomenal event and a lot of the adoptable animals and it helped raise money for protecting animals which is something that is a rear around thing we need to do to support. we encourage people to donate. we have the humane law enforcement there as well with the adoptable animals. >> you and i had a chance to help with the auction, and i got to tell you, we do this segment every year with the p spca but i learn so much about what they to. i was moved leaving that night. >> it is a wonderful event. i was so glad you were there with me for that. several other people were too. i want to show you a picture. here we are, there we are in
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our finery, in the event and then, we were also with their is our wonderful producer amy, a great friend of mine. she produces news this morning. >> every sunday. >> this segment. >> she's terrific. she showed up. the three of us with our wonderful photographer and that is, i will spare his name from cbs-3 but it was great, stephanie stahl showed up, amy was there. >> really nice event. >> it was. >> cbs-3 is a partner of the pennsylvania spca. the whole station is involved in raising awareness, treating animals properly is the only way to go. seeking of animals, rahel, we have a couple i want to show you. look at this one in the market for a cat, samantha may be just the ticket for you. fee hail five month-old gray and brown cat, that is a tab i and tortoise cell, darling. friendly, looking for her forever family.
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i think you'll love hashing goes on snickers here, just past halloween but he still loves that candy. don't give it anymore. i have five month-old black and white short hair cat, he is just so, so cute. and then john snow, where we're staying with the black and white look, this is john who was probably love to romp out this is woods with you or play. just a super happy guy and he has got big paws which means he will get pretty big. >> okay. >> and if you're outside with your pets this time of the year, ellen sitting back here and lean back, and see her in a second, be careful out there because there are some hidden dangers in the fall. not the least of which help we change our clocks this morning. gets darker so much earlier. i think when we showed video here you will want to put reflective colors and that sort of thing on your pet the and you if you are walking at night because it is so
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dangerous. they have dog collars that light up. if you go outside in the woods put some orange vests on your dogs so they don't mistake them for an animals. just be careful. would i say with the early darkness don't make your first day you have leash with the dog, late in the take, in the wintertime because it gets dark fast and then you are going to have a problem. another thing to really pay attention to, antifreeze. people are put ago this out there now, and dogs find a lot of this incredibly sweet. you have to be careful with that and any kind of rat poison that sort of thing it can be deadly for your pets as well. little ellen here, she's only four month-old. >> she's a cutie. >> she's so sweet and lay full. she's just shy but this is a wonderful dog. yes, you are. we have been having the best time with her. she has puppy enjoyment of life and she would love, love, love to come home with someone and be their for ever pet.
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it is a wonderful thing sometimes when you get the ground floor with the dog this one only four months old. older dogs, you lose out on a lot of the chewing, and other kind of things that puppies, do as you just got a dog, that puppies are known for. if you can give ellen a home or any of the an has at pennsylvania spca, be sure to adopt, don't shop. >> such a sweet baby. thank you. tune in this time next week and we will give you information for your pet and fine your pet at home. >> that would be wonderful. >> if you can't take a pet into your house, wraps you can foster or even fund razor send money to the agencies that are helping an has. >> as we learned on thursday, incredibly work that they to, so good to see you as always. >> that is it for "eyewitness news" at 7:00 here's what ace head at 8:00. before you cast your ballot two political strategies are here to talk about where candidates stand on the issues. coming up later a fun
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morning, i'm rahel sol hon. big week for country but quiet week in heather. lets go to justin drabick with the details. it should be a dry stretch. >> makes me job easy. not a whole lieutenant to complain about. nothing too cold or too warm coming out of our forecast right where we should be for of this. good time of the year for the weekend, finishing off with sunshine. we got up to the mid 60's, coming across the land and we will keep it the cooler but still above average for this time of the year. nice start to the morning. back to standard time. the noise and bright. sunrise this morning at 6:36. current temperature at airport 54 degrees, northwest breeze at 10 miles an hour. in harsh wind chills this morning. yesterday temperatures were in the 30's so a big difference this morning. generally 50's right now, 54 at the airport. forty's in the mountains and cooler suburbs, willow grove at 48. wind seed ten to 15 miles an hour, they will s


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