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view into this area. it is all rain, these temperatures being as high as they are, we are looking at rain through lancaster, also you have seen some through doylestown, right the now getting a little will lull there in upper hanover seeing rain showers. primarily to the north at this point but we are finding all of this filling in as we move through the afternoon and some of that heavier rain starts to move into our area there is a lot of it out there as you can see back on that wide view. 43 degrees in philadelphia, we are backup to 34 in the poconos. thirty-seven allentown. at least the temperatures are above the freezing mark and for temperatures this time of the morning relatively comfortable. highs today getting to about 53 degrees but we will watch this rain and moving in the afternoon we will start to see that heavier rain coming in. i'll finish out that time line and talk about what could be a nor'easter, coming in here at the beginning of the week and we will talk more about that, coming up, nicole. >> all right, carol, thank you. new you this morning montgomery county police are asking for the public's help
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identifying two cars that left the scene of the deadly hit and run. victim was walk ago long rambo street in bridgeport just after 11:30 last night. thirty lease say black late 90's ford explorer struck a hispanic man. the driver initially stopped but then fled on fourth street. it damage the passenger front side head line. now a second vehicle possibly a dark green cadillac or lincoln suv also struck and fled the scene. that vehicle had a white vinyl decal of the family and stick figures on the back windshield. anybody with information is asked to call police. another deadly pedestrian accident, this time on the roosevelt boulevard, it happened just after 12:30 this morning at the boulevard and bennet road in the somerton section of northeast philadelphia. authorities tell "eyewitness news" that the driver did stop at that scene, and the accident is currently under investigation, the identity of the victim has in the been released. well, search is on for a gunman who shot a man 14 times in point breeze.
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authorities tell us victim was shot while driving. his car careened in the house on south cleveland street. no one else was injured in the crash, and gunfire. the victim was rushed to the hospital of the university of pennsylvania where she was pronounced dead. police are now investigating. we have some breaking news for you this morning, the white house confirmed american photo journalist anal kada hostage luke somers has been killed during a rescue attempt. cbs news correspondent david martin reports that the raid was being carried out by navy seals who flew into central yemen. they were detect and militants had time to kill somers. also killed in the rate south african hostage pierre corky a relief care worker. president obama just released a statement reading in part on behalf of the american people i offer my deepest condolences to luke's family and to his loved ones. their despair and sorrow at this time are are beyond
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words. 6:02. developing overnight the lapd has formally opened an investigation into sexual assault claims begins comedian bill cosby. it comes as detectives spent much of friday questioning an accuser who filed an complaint. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson is live in the sat center with the developments, steve. >> reporter: good morning, nicole. experts knew this was coming. earlier this week lapd announced an open door policy for accusers to step forward. well, yesterday one of them did that and the lapd stuck to their policy. >> we don't turn people away because things are out of statute. you come to us especially with a sexual allegation, you know, we will work with you. >> reporter: lapd police chief charlie beck is making good on his promise. jidith huth is latest bill cosby victim to speak out publicly through her attorney gloria alred. friday hut h met with lapd detectives who opened an investigation into her claims despite the statute of
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limitations expiring on the time period for at ledge crime. >> they are inviting individuals to file a report that is to meet or provide any evidence that they we may have and that is why we're here today. >> reporter: earlier in the week hut h filed suit alleging sexual abuse at just 15 years old at the playboy mansion in 1974. she says these are pictures of the pair together n response to huth's suit cosby's attorney filed for a dismissal claim huth had been trying to extort hundreds of thousands from cosby. the comedian has been accused by more than 20 million in recent weeks of sexual misconduct ranging from accusations of groping to incidents of drugging and raping. he has never been charged with a crime and his attorneys have denied these allegations. alred says there are many more with similar claims. >> i have many, many, many women who are contacting me.
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>> reporter: here's the deal, prosecutors can do nothing, when it is outside the statute have of limitations. they cannot file a criminal case. so is what the deal with this? what does this mean? it means the investigations and findings that the lapd have can work in a civil case. so that is the direction that this is heading at this point no comment meanwhile from alred from the counter suit from the cosby camp. i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meantime, crews spent the day friday cleaning up cosby's star on the hollywood walk of fame after it was defaced. someone wrote the word rapist in three places on it. chamber of commerce released a statement decrying vandalism of the california state landmark. a preliminary hearing for accused trooper killer eric frein is now delayed after one of his lawyers withdraws from that case. frein was supposed to be in court this tuesday, but that hearing has been delayed until january 5th. defense asked the judge for more time to get a new attorney up to speed.
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prosecutors had argued against the delay, frein was originally scheduled for a preliminary hearing back in november. he is charged with killing a pennsylvania state trooper and wounding a second trooper back in september. well, it was another night have of demonstrations all across the country. protesters are calling for change in the wake have of grand jury decisions that have prompted claims of racism in the american justice system. cbs news correspondent marley hall has the latest on the new round of demonstrations. >> i can't breathe. >> reporter: protests played out for a third night across the country on friday, as people, expressed their anger over recent cases, involving the deaths of unarmed black men, during confrontations with police. the the protesters method was peaceful, their weapon, inconvenience. in boston, demonstrators staged a die in the the middle of the major intersection, in philadelphia, high school students laid down in silent protest, in chicago, demonstrators blocked famous lake shore drive and in aurora
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colorado high school students marched on city hall. the outrageous in response to recent decisions by grand juries in new york and missouri, not to charge white police officers in the deaths of michael brown in ferguson, and eric garner in new york. >> they were mortars, they died for the cause. we're out here today because of them. >> i can't breathe, i can't breathe. >> reporter: a group marched across manhattan to stage a die in at apple's flagship store near central park a popular tourist stop. protesters left the apple store and then proceeded to march down 55th avenue to continue their demonstration in the street. >> so this is first day of protest, how much longer do you feel you need to do this. >> until black people in this country and around the world get justice. >> reporter: protesters say they won't stop until they see results. in new york, marley hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and here at home temple university students expressed their anger about grand jury
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decisionness ferguson, missouri and new york icy. the students marched with their hands up in north philadelphia "eyewitness news" at brought and cecil b. moore. they staged a die in shutting down broad street for five minutes. well, as you saw in marley hall's story philadelphia high school student joined the many protesters all across the nation. "eyewitness news" at central high school, science leadership academy and masterman. students staged another die in. students also marched peacefully through neighborhood streets. well, this morning police are waiting for rapper beanie segal to wake up from surgery at an atlantic city hospital so they can question him. the philadelphia native was shot in the torso at a home on spruce avenue in pleasantville atlantic county friday morning. his real name is dwight grant. segal's brother-in-law was also injured in that shooting, police say there was an altercation inside the home around the time gunfire erupted. >> shell casings, and ammunitions found outside but when we got to the house,
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mr. grant was in the house, so at this point we don't know if the shooting took place outside when he went in or if the shooting took place in the house. >> now segal was just released from prison back in august after serving two years for federal tax evasion in, 2006 the 40 year-old was shot multiple times during a philadelphia robbery. still ahead on "eyewitness news" we are getting rain for start of the weekend, carol returns to tell us how much we will get and she has a eye on what could be another storm on the way for next week, plus we will have have this. >> reporter: i'm kara suboy. coming up, i've got simple steps for completely erasing your on line f
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well, it appears that santa has a bit of a dare devil streak in him. jolly guy was spotted repelling down a bill nothing stanford, connecticut yesterday. this is just practice though. it is not the real thing. santa will repel down 20 story building thomas part of the city's heights and lights event. after he makes his dare devil dissent, santa will light the tree at a nearby park all in a day's work for santa. tribute to the military and first responders, they were treated to a wonderful concert at the kimmel enter, let's listen.
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>> ♪ >> the philly pops performed their i'll be home for christmas spectacular. the crowd enjoyed a lot of the holiday favorites there. cbs-3 is the official media partner of the philly pops and "eyewitness news" anchor jessica dean and chris may were on hand for that special event. hey, it is beginning to look a lot like christmas across our region, christmas tree is new lit at blue cross river rink in penns landing. it is 43 feet high and weighs nearly 5,000-pound. big tree. and speaking of decorations holiday lights are starting to go up across the area and we want to see your pictures of holiday displays on social media. just use the hash tag cbs-3 holiday lights or e-mail them to holiday lights at cbs-3.com ape we may even come to your home to check them out later this month. well, we have all seen them, giant mounds have of snow, right, left behind in parking lots? now residents in wisconsin are using them to get in the holiday spirit. check it out.
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that is a snoopy snow sculpture in wisconsin. you can see the pup, chilling on this dog house, right. that is what he does. these resident will definitely be having a white christmas. all right. well, making use of those snow piles there, in the parking lot there, right carol. >> apparently they are. make sure it is only a snow snoopy on top of a snowy dog house. our neighborhood weather watchers are up early this morning and all weighing in with their temperatures and their sky conditions. we love you for. that notice that all of these temperatures are pretty comfortable. let's take a look at a couple of these 42-degree temperatures. this is ed connor. the he says it is 42 degrees. wet and calm out. my dog casey did not neat need helps rain slicker this morning. ed, i love you. great, thoughtful guy. this is down in delaware, and we find our weather watcher delores lee and she says this morning that cloudy in rain right now but the porch and
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the streets and the the cars are wet. so you'll fine that little fine mist outside in a lot of the locations out there. then lets head out to the 39-degree temperature, one of the cooler ones and michael says chilly, wet with fog and other cast what a lovely way to start the day. lets lot at poconos right now. you can see that snow gun is doing nothing. there is a good reason for. that temperatures are above the the freezing mark. is there no making snow in the jack frost big boulder this morning. they are just going to have to wait for some of these colder temperatures or maybe mother nature to provide a little bit of snow for them. storm scan three, we have an active weather pattern going on today. we have a stalled out front and a low pressure system and then the combination is going to be bringing us some rain throughout the area and we're just going to have to, well, get ourselves all set up for a day that will be wet, today, and especially as we move into the afternoon and evening hours. and, it is all of this, that gets a little bit closer to us. right now we're very light and areas not picking up much in the way of anything in the way
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of precipitation but it is obviously on the way. we are looking at all rain. these temperatures are in the 40's in some locations. philadelphia, trenton, i-95 corridor and south. the the upper 30's to the the north of that. even in the poconos, 34 degrees this morning. and, wet day to day, periods of rain, heavier rain is coming later this afternoon. generally between three-quarters and 1 inch of rain, ponding on the roads, and we're used to. that temperatures will be in the 50's today although you go far not to the north we're in the 40's. far enough to the south and you can be 60 degrees. rainfall amounts we will add them up quickly. by 7:00 o'clock tonight almost three-quarters of an inch of rain possibly through the philadelphia area and notice as we get through the rest of the night and would i say by 5:00 o'clock this thing is completely out of here tomorrow morning. so, almost an inch through philadelphia, some spots maybe a little bit over that. so, just know that this is a soaking rain. our future weather is pretty close to being on target for what it is actually happening right now. this was put out in, to the
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future, so it was close, not perfect, but, close enough i think that we will find some of these rain showers through here in philadelphia at 1:00 o'clock this afternoon. not every place. you may find some areas that we are not looking at any showers but by 2:00 o'clock we are finding them through philadelphia and we will cover the shore areas at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon and it looks like everybody is keeping with these rain showers. do we get a dry slot coming in here at 7:00 o'clock for about 20 minutes? maybe? we will watch this pull away. by the the time we get to 1:00 o'clock in the morning this has speeded up clearing this thing out of here and we will start the morning with sunshine tomorrow but the wind will be picking up. as that thing leaves, those wind will be funneling down and we could be finding win gust as long the shore at 40 miles an hour and then as we go through philadelphia overnight tonight and tomorrow 30 miles an hour wind. and then this is that coastal system that i was mentioning in the top of the half an hour and we will be watching for this coming in here late monday, early tuesday, during the day on tuesday, and do we
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find it tuesday night and also first part of the day on wednesday? it is possible. but, know that the track, the intensity not set on this, but i think we should just general liz think on that timetable that late monday night, maybe right through wednesday morning that we will get the possibility of the nor'easter moving on up the coast with some rain, some wet snow, again, precipitation types not set in stone either. none of it is. so just something to watch during that timetable. for the rest of the area today it is rain and we will fine that later on this after a noon in the 50's, philadelphia, shore, poconos 42 degrees, and then the wind not much today about five or 10 miles an hour. keep that umbrella haines. keep your pets also dry because it is a chill rain tonight, 38 degrees but gets out of here and wind start to pick up. we could fine win gusts overnight of 30 miles an hour. now the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, tomorrow 42. it will feel colder all day with the winds but it will be
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bright. on monday 38 degrees, we will start to pick up some rain, maybe late at night, tuesday at this point looks like some rain, some wind, and with that coastal system, wednesday, does it pull away early in the day but it is colder air wrapping in do we see some snow in some spots north and west. something we have to monitor. everything should be quieter by thursday or friday? you can get the updated forecast anytime with the cbs philly weather app. i use this all the time. it is really g check live radar get severe weather alerts and share your storm pictures with us. down load the app. you can do it right now. well after the news is over. google play and i tunes. nicole. if you are looking to limit how much information is out there on the internet about you it can be a daunting task. it is nearly impossible to completely lee move your on line footprint. c net.com's kara suboy looks at tips to reduce tonight this tech minute.
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>> reporter: if you are trying to vanish from the internet you probably will not have have much use for facebook page or twitter account. delete, deactivator close all social media accounts by going to the privacy or security itings page of that account. same goes for your on line shopping accounts like amazon. if you are in the given any options to delete at least remove your credit card information and create an alias, more random, the better. when you type your name in the search engine all sorts of result might pop up thaw wish you could remove. start bying contacting the site's web masters and ask for removal or if you fine content inappropriate or illegal try petitioning the search engine itself is. google has a removal tool exactly for this purpose. finally delete your e-mail account. this is last step you'll need an e-mail address to complete previous steps but once you you do enjoy life off the grid. in san francisco i'm kara s is uboy for c-net.com for cbs news. 6:20 right now. reese weatherspoon returns to
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well, grammy nominations are out with beyonce, ferrell and new comer sam smith leading the pack with six nominations each. ed sheeran and ferrell williams did the the honors, naming the lucky artist. in the hour, beyonce surprise
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self titled release and ferrell girl will compete for the coveted album of the year along with the ed shire's x. berks county's own taylor swift is up for song and record of the year. you can see grammys right here, on cbs-3 sunday february 8th at 8:00 o'clock. don't miss it. reese weatherspoon gets in touch with nature in the new movie wild based on the best selling memoirs of the same name. susan marquez sat down with the stars of the film and the women who inspired it. >> i'm not on the road, i'm hiking the trail. >> reporter: reese weatherspoon steps out on a path of self discovery in the new movie, wild. >> honestly i'm more lonely in my real life then i am out here. >> reporter: oscar winner stars as cheryl, who embark on the 1100-mile journey after abusing drugs, suffering through a failed marriage and losing her mother. >> i just called my agent and said i have to talk to this woman. the next day i told her and
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how incredibly moving i found her book and it was one of the mess perfect books i have ever read in my life. >> reporter: straight says weatherspoon, who was a producer, was one of the earlier supporters. >> reese read it before it came out. she aid get ready, this book would be a best seller. >> i was right. >> she was right. >> one thing i can teach you. >> when you do, hold on to it for dear life. >> reporter: laura dern co stars as cheryl's beloved mother, bobby. >> all these incredible words of wisdom that she gave you are like we get to be mothered by bobby as well. >> sunrise and sunset every day. you can choose to be there for it. >> reporter: wild is direct by jean mark ballet whose last film dallas buyers club earned oscars for its two leads. many expect this role to bring weatherspoon her second best actress nomination. susan marquez, cbs news,
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hollywood. coming up in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news" we've got some rain today and a lot of it, we will have the latest track coming up next for you. plus search for shane enters another weekend we will have the latest on efforts to find a missing college student. an arrest made in the torching of a detective's home, and police say the arsonist is a neighbor with a grudge. what they say led to the fire when we come back.
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our eye is on the storm this morning, wet start to the weekend and, more rain on the way. carol has more on what you can expect coming up next. plus a story starts to unravel, weeks after a bomb shell from rolling stone about a university gang rape the magazine apologizes. a catholic school in south jersey is praying for a christmas miracle, i'm syma chowdhry and how they are trying to raise $250,000, to stay opened. it is saturday, december 6th, thanks for joining us. i'm nicole brewer. 6:30. let's toss it over to carol for a check of all this rain, carol, not the greatest of days, right? >> no, this is wet half of the weekend. tomorrow the windy, sunny half will but this is the the half that you will be dodging the rain drops this morning probably better then it will
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be this morning and this afternoon and this evening when heavier rain will come in. 49 degrees in rehoboth beach. you can see their boardwalk is dry, good for them, it is not dry every where, and increasingly it will be getting wet around here. you can see on storm scan three in the wide view we have moisture off to the west and you can see the direction it is going and that is our direction. we can expect to find these rain showers later on but we will get in closer zoom here and you can see through allentown, reading a couple of light showers but many areas to the south not looking at anything at this point. that will be filling in later on today. if you are out in upper providence or up are hanover or upper anything, i think you'll probably find a few rain showers out there and they are the scattered around trenton as well but they will get heavier later on this afternoon, it is just dry right now, this is probably better part of the day and it is mild out there, for this time of the year this time of the morning. 44 degrees through center city. forty-three at the airport. forty-one trenton. forty-three wilmington. 37 degrees in allentown. forty-six in wildwood.
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and temperatures this afternoon getting to about 53 degrees through philadelphia, areas to the north stay to the 40's. areas to the south get close to 60 degrees. and here's what you want to sianni this is our future weather. the computer models say by the time we hit 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon we are fining these rain showers moving in. some of them getting heavier. we will watch that trend as we go through the afternoon. we have another system once this one goes that may be impacting us on tuesday and i'll talk about that coming up, nicole. >> thanks, carol. rolling stone magazine is backpedaling issuing an apology for a store it it published about a woman allegedly gang rape at the a university of virginia fraternity party. it turns out that story may not be true. "eyewitness news" reporter david spun has more on the controversial article and its connection to the area. >> reporter: story called a rape on campus created an uproar, not just at uv a with you across the country, a female student who went by the name jackie told rolling stone magazine that seven men gang
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raped her inside the university of virginia campus fraternity house in september 2012. uv a stopped all greek life activities because of the article. an independent council also got involved and now this woman philadelphia based author sabrina ruben early has tough questions to answer after rolling stone began backpedaling on the story friday afternoon. will dana, rolling stone managing editor wrote the following on the magazine's web site. because of the sensitive nature of jackie's story we decided to honor her request not to contact the man she claimed orchestrated the attack on her nor any of the men she claimed participate in the attack for fear of retaliation against her. he continue, we were trying to be sensitive to the unfair shame, and humiliation, many women feel after a sexual assault and new regret the decision to not contact the alleged assaulters to get their account. students on campus reacted to the magazine's doubt have of jackie's story.
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>> we should justin this, because it is an issue that pertains to everyone, not just females. >> reporter: we went to an address connect to early. a woman answered and said early did not live there anymore. we also e mailed and called early, but no answer there. uv a president teresa sullivan released a statement on friday telling the community that the school's focus is to stop sexual violence on campus. she says news about the rolling stone article should not stop that focus. reporting from the sat center, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meanwhile volunteers hit the the streets again in the search for a missing west chester university student. family and friend of 21 year-old shane montgomery posted flyers on south street in philadelphia a. they also talk to bar goers there they are hoping to find information on montgomery's disappearance. he was last seen leaving kildares pub in manayunk early thanksgiving morning. >> we're saturating the city, we're all over the place, we are college kid trying to hit
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happy hours. we may have somebody down this way have been in manayunk that night. >> reward in the disappearance of montgomery has listen to $40,000. well, new information in the torching of a detective's home in montgomery county. police say arsonist is a neighbor with a grudge. fire happened on commons drive on lower pottsgrove township. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones tells us how police captured that suspect. >> reporter: this fire investigators alleged was it by next door neighbor, court record indicate five two-year old donna krup had an axe to ground with her neighbor ernie morris. now the detective's home he hairs with his wife and two teenage daughters is destroyed just weeks before christmas. >> that is just crazy. it was something i have never seen before and would not like to see ever again. >> reporter: investigators alleged surveillance cameras from the detectives a's home show a woman believed to be krup walking across the front lawn here and using what appears to be a gas grill
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lighter, to set the detective's christmas decorations on fire. now just last month the detective had the cameras installed, have after someone poured carmel into the gas tank have of his personal vehicle, causing just under $3,000 in damages. >> were you protecting your son? >> reporter: according to pennsylvania state police the the five two-year old woman blamed detective morris for her son's incarceration on unrelated charges. morris and his family were vacation nothing florida when the fire was set early thursday morning. no one was injured, krup right now is lock up facing numerous charges including arson and her bail set at 1 million n lower pottsgrove township todd quinones for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> 6:35. subaru is on the move. the auto make are is moving its north american headquarters from cherry hill 4 miles down the road to camden. chopper three over the current headquarters on route 70 in cherry hill. subaru is seeking 118 million-dollar tax breaks over
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ten years as part of that month. company will purchase a site near campbell's soup and plans to construct a new building there. it is a mission for a miracle, a south jersey school hopes to raise enough money to keep their doors open. as "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry tells us the st. paul's school in burlington has just six weeks to avoid closure. that has some students changing their wish list this christmas. st. paul elementary school in burlington is on the verge of closing its doors. the parish is sub dicing the 144 year-old school and can no longer afford the expense. now school has to raise $250,000 by january 15th. >> the original shock was, oh, no and then oh, no like we're not going to let this happen. >> reporter: principal william robbins says the the school will remain opened until june but the next school year is in jeopardy. >> we believe that we will do it six weeks. we can do it. >> my daughter says we have to do something.
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>> reporter: st. paul is the only school kerry's two children have known. she and other parents will hold fundraisers hoping to spread the war. >> if the enrollment goes up then the subsidy goes down. >> reporter: parents and students are hoping for a christmas miracle. some students are forgoing toys and asking santa for a donation instead. >> we just know that the money for school is more important then a couple extra christmas presents. >> reporter: so far the school has raised about 25 you this dollars, the donations are tax deductible and any donation that is $50 or more will be returned if the goal, it is not met but if that happens the student will have to find a new place to learn. >> i don't want to have to start at a new you school where i don't know anybody and teachers don't know me and it just wouldn't be the same. >> reporter: now they are praying to save the school. >> is there such a thing as a christmas miracle. >> reporter: a miracle that will make sure this hallway won't stay empty. in burlington, syma chowdhry for cbs-3 "eyewitness news".
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>> 6:37 right now. the philadelphia eagles aren't only eagles positioning themselves for a championship on sunday. undefeated olney eagles pack up, headed to tampa florida last night. they will play in the united youth championship youth football tournament. the and ten year-old are ten and zero. they have raised $20,000 through more than 50 donations. best of luck to all of our eagles teams this weekend. well, cheers and tears as u.s. army national guard unit finally returns from afghan stan. >> wow, wow. >> love these home comings, they never get old. our cameras were there with loved ones and also family members of the hero's welcome as part of that unit arrived at philadelphia international airport. others in the group flew into pittsburgh happy to celebrate the holidays at home. good to have them home too. 6:38. a rare piece of american history ahead of the anniversary that marks pearl
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harbor day, a car that survived that attack goes on a auction block. also a ahead is there such a thing as a healthy doughnut? well, hear one bakery's idea for making sweet treat guilt free. plus is it a cold, the flu or maybe just allergies? health reporter stephanie stahl has information i need coming up. some rain today, lots of it, carol is track the latest
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as nation prepares to mark the seventh third anniversary of the pearl harbor attacks tomorrow at auction today are rare piece of its history. ac wilson owns 1939 series 40 buick special convertible. according to wilson the car's original owner was on board u.s.s. pensacola in 1941 when the japanese attack began. wilson picks up the story. >> found it where you parked it on the dock, but destruction all way around but the car was intact and didn't have a scratch on it. >> incredible story there. >> convertible has three hundred thousand miles on it, it has gone through three engines and a full restoration, wilson ace it can still hit 80 miles an hour. be safe though, wilson, we have to keep you nice and strong. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning saturday. anthony mason and vanita nair joins us from new york with that preview, good morning. >> good morning, nicole. coming up after yesterday's ground breaking launch there
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is new attention about a looming problem for nasa find out is what threatening to destroy our launch pads. british are coming to brooklyn new york with the duke and duchess set to arrive in new york this weekend. we will preview their visit. matt ward together they make up a ban she and him. we will talk about their new record and they will perform in a very special saturday session. >> all that plus your eye opener and dish just ahead on cbs this morning saturday. >> thanks, guys, enjoy your weekend. >> you too. thanks. 6:43 right now. on the healthwatch taking one aspirin a day could cause more harm than good for women under 65. researchers from the netherland say aspirin may reduce risk of heart disease and some forms of cancer but it can also increase risk of bleeding in the stomach and other parts of the digestive track. doctors say benefits of taking an aspirin a day actually out way risks especially for women over the age of 65.
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well, on cbs-3 healthwatch think allergy season is over with our cooler temperatures? well, misery continues with winter allergies. health reporter stephanie stahl explains what causes them. >> reporter: not such a picture perfect day on independence mall where people were bundled up on a gray, winter day, inside many are sneezing and feeling itchy with allergies. >> people are miserable. >> reporter: allergy expert doctor kathleen sheeran says tree pollens are usually associated with allergies, but in the winter, people also suffer from indoor allergies. caused by dust mit es and pets. >> if you spend more time inside you will have more exposure to your pets during the winter season. >> reporter: no matter what causes the allergies the symptoms are still the same. >> you can have itchy eyes, itchy throat, itchy nose, a lot of people do this the allergic solute. runny, sneezing, congestion. those are allergy symptoms.
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>> reporter: dust mit es can be found anywhere in the house, they thrive in warm humid environment in bedding, furniture and carpeting. >> covers on the mattress pillow, box spring are available on line and all of the linen type stores and can really make a difference if you are allergic to the dust mit es. washing in hot water helps. >> reporter: for pet allergies experts say it is best to keep them off furniture and wash them often. and for both indoor and pollen allergies doctors say medications are often effective. i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and a good rain storm helps get rid of some pollen. we're likely to find that today. our neighborhood weather watchers are up and they seem to be in a very om ber mood this morning. let's see, it is 39 degrees, doug faith has what to say, he says, another lousy day. he is speaking of the weather
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and he is probably just about got that one right and then we will move to a 41-degree temperature at this point and phil says dank, dark, dreary and it is not fit foreman nor beast out there. temperatures are mild enough but it is still very, very glummy as we look and tim mitchell, he is being more meteorological in his comments, he goes a light rain with a light southeasterly wind. tim, thank you for always weighing in. we love having you guys on our show. so temperatures are mild right now. lets take a look and see just about the dank and dark and lucy day that we may be shaping up with today. so this is weather that does not look particularly bright, as we lot a ben franklin bridge and the sky above. now, down in rehoboth beach i noticed a bunch of people outside on the boardwalk wandering around. there must have been 30 of them wandering around down there. temperatures are in the bad at 48 degrees this morning. temperatures fine, not a
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problem there. it is just all of the rest of the forecast that is the problem. forty-one in trenton, 43 in philadelphia, 43 in wilmington. we have 43 in dover. forty-six wildwood. 34 degrees in the poconos. they are not making snow and icing problem that they saw early during the overnight has ended with all of the warmer air coming in. notice it is not raining in a lot of locations especially to the south. rain is to the north at this point but there is so much more back to the west that we will start to fill all of this in. i'll show you on the computer model exactly what we expect. as far as rainfall amounts if you generally think three-quarters of an inch to an inch of rain by the time this is over, that is probably pretty close to it. this computer model has dropped down just the full amount of rain that is expecting, for the shore areas. it had it over an inch and now it is three-quarters of an inch or so. but just generally expect heavier rain to be moving in this afternoon in the amounts of three-quarters to 1 inch, ponding on the roads, of course, is possible and temperatures will be in the
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50's today for most everybody. varying places in the 50's. you go far enough to the north it is in the 40's. far enough to the south, almost 60 degrees. computer model says by the time we hit noon time we are finding some of the pockets that the rain is moving in but it is not raining every where according to this computer model. as we go through a little bit the more time we will find still some maybe heavy rain moving through 3:00 o'clock this afternoon, trenton maybe just to the south and east of philadelphia, it is still not tote thely at the shore according to this computer model but it gets there and we will find by 5:00 o'clock rain over the area and heavy rains as well indicated by the yellows but the trend, notice the trend, that this is starting to clear out, and this is 10:00 o'clock tonight, we will still continue with rain showers this computer model is getting this thing out of here. several hours earlier then it did first thing this morning so expect by 2:00 o'clock in the morning according to many of the models that this leaves and then this leaves and will be left with the breezy, sunny day tomorrow and feel much
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colder during the day tomorrow. now the next weather issue is going to be what comes up after that and that is going to be what could be a coastal system possibly a nor'easter moving in here. this is midnight so just after monday night into early tuesday morning we will start to see, some of the moisture moving in here and this computer model says most of us get rain out of it but enough cold air gets drawn in depending on the track some areas could be finding some snow to the north and to the west but it looks like a system that will be bothering us on this late monday night, really early tuesday, maybe right through early on wednesday, and with that coastal system. today it is an inland, moving over, just, garden variety rain storms, 53 in philadelphia, shore 55. poconos 42 degrees. it will be getting very windy around here though, tomorrow these wind at the shore will be 40 miles an hour, around here tomorrow gusting to about 30 miles an hour, so that is why the relatively calm wind will be a treat but with that,
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a comfortable temperatures in the 50's, the rain this afternoon this evening, and wind gust, keep your umbrellas handy and your pets dry too a wait a day that is cold, dry and bright. forty-two for the eagles game. >> does it transition to snow in some areas, we will continue to follow it, not set in extend, neither the track nurin tensity nor precipitation, types and it should be gone by thursday and friday. do you love watching the weather, well, so many people do and our weather watchers we saw them in the beginning of the weather cast you too can be featured in the newscast by becoming a eyewitness weather watcher yourself. inopinate cbs philly.com,. >> it is the new trend in the uk, it is kind of crazy but
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also kind of cool. instead of this, these men and womenner gathering to exercise and drink coffee. they are being called morning raves, tongue and cheek reference to all night dance parties of course. this is definitely one way to get up and start your day. a a lot of people taking part, getting crazy, before their day even begins. now to oklahoma where it is a concert in a lenient store, reporter karl torn, introduces us to a clerk that provides customers with a performance at the pump. well, hello there. >> from gas, to rob here where people get their go. >> it is going to be 6:02 would you like that receipt. >> reporter: at danfort h in santa fe the real pick me up is behind the counter. >> how are you today. >> how are you. >> i can't complain. >> he believes that service should come, not just with a smile. >> thank you for choosing.
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>> but a song. >> would you like that receipt. >> some people are having a bad day and you you sing to them and changes their mood. >> reporter: it started eight months ago. >> i had coffee one day and i was just like way through the roof. i was singing and dancing. they all liked it. >> have a blessed day. >> nice, i like that. >> reporter: energy is non-stop. >> we come here almost every day. we are most regular people. this guy is awesome. he is always like it. he does it every day. >> he is awesome. >> 's had as nice voice. >> you sir have a blessed day. >> that voice comes from his mother but over and over we witnessed his real gift. >> would you like that receipt. >> turning gruff, to grateful. >> see you later. >> some of the parents telling me they can only go to 7-eleven because kid only want to come here because i sing to him. >> he has too much energy in the morning but that is all
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good though. >> reporter: no complaints for a employee bringing character to his place of of convenience. >> he is working a british accent as well, very nice. love that energy. new stories opening near sacramento california and it offers what they call the world's healthiest doughnuts. i'm not sure i believe it but take a look doctor bob's doughnuts and doyos is a frozen yogurt bar. choose your doughnut and topping and pay by the ounce. most are gluten free, dairy free and vegan. instead of fries the the doughnuts are actually steam. >> formulated with sprouted grains and protein powders and other super foods that just take to it a different level. it has a high nutrient value that has no nutrients in it. >> i would be willing to try it but real taste test will be on monday when doctor bob's opens to the public. healthy doughnuts. sign me up. we will
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we're talking about rain. >> it was the only thing. >> i am right with you. we have 53 degrees, and we do have rain and rain starting to the north but it will fill in and expect to find the heavier rain this afternoon and authentic. wind will pick up clearing out overnight. tomorrow windy cold, 42 and watch tuesday early on through wednesday we could be dealing with the coastal storm, it could be a nor'easter. intensity track not set but if you have plans for that time period, just kind of, think about that. >> yes. >> keeping it in mind. >> exactly. we have potential for that on that tuesday timetable.
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>> let's get those umbrella's together for the day. that is "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on television but we are always on line at cbs philly.com. cbs this morning saturday is next. make it a great weekend guys. >> bye-bye.
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i've been babysitting these kids for years. there's like eight of them - eight? maybe three. i don't know whatever. it's like really hard to keep track of them. it's a pretty big house. anyway, that's why i really love this nest protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. it tells you which room the smoke is in
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and tells you when things are getting bad. heads up - there's smoke upstairs. that's probably taylor. he's like so into fireworks right now. anyway, it's nice to- emergency - there's smoke upstairs. i should probably go. nest protect. welcome to a more thoughtful home.
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good morning. it's december 6th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." breaking news for a rescue attempt for a u.s. journalist held captive in yem yemen. plus massive protests. demonstrations against police tactics spread to new cities. >> a new problem looms. the rising threat against our nation. and they go by she & him. zooey deschanel and m. ward hold a special performance in our saturday session. >> but we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds.

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