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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> here to deliver major policy speech on the nation's military. >> outside the venue, some demonstrators are making their voices heard. they gather on the streets
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every center city, ahead of trump's arrival. good afternoon, i'm jim donovan. brooke is off this noon. trump is making his case for expanded military and is explaining how to pay for it. trump says one of his first acts if-ee elected president would be to eliminate the see questions err on defense spending. according to his campaign, the plan would free up money for ships, planes, submarines, and a new sea based missile defense system also within 30 days of taking office, trump says, he'll ask us generals to smith plan to defeat isis. >> as i laid out in my speech, on defeating radical islamic terrorism >> against communism during
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the "cold war". >> trump is still speaking at this hour, you see a live shot there. alexandria hoff is there, she'll have live report on "eyewitness news" starts the at 5:00. >> our coverage continues with natasha brown outside the union league where anti-trump protesters are having their say, good afternoon, natasha. well, good afternoon to you, jim. we are here along broad street, just outside of the union league, where a group of protesters, several of them, also, just onlookers are just gathering here outside of the union league as donald trump addresses the crowd inside, some of these protesters actually said donald trump is not welcome here in philadelphia, while we did find some in the crowd who are showing him support. >> an off ten vocal yet peaceful protest outside of the historic union league in philadelphia, where republican presidential candidate, donald trump, is set to speak. protesters not minutes g words, letting their signs do the talking.
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several anti-trump groups protested everything from trump's tell interest meant to his stands on the environment. trump will be addressing national issues, veterans issues, in front of invited guests only, many of these uninvited guesses have this to say. >> we're here as black lives matter. let them know that a biggot cannot come into our city. we're going to let them know that we are willing to work with our allies, that come together, donald trump is not welcome here in philadelphia. >> i'm a trump supporter at this point i think he's going to be, you know, a excellent person, okay, to take charge of the country. i think the reason i'm here, i'm trying to support him, because he wants to reverse the obama care. >> well donald trump's speech here today, four days ahead of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, as you'll know, actually the seconds visit he's made to philadelphia in the last five days, that visit also came with many, many protesters, as well. again, philadelphia, and the
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state of pennsylvania, in general, setting up to be quite a battleground state in the race for the white house. that is the very latest for now, reporting live, natasha brown, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thanks so much, natasha. meanwhile, trump will join democratic rim hillary clinton at a national security forum, in new york city tonight. clinton told a crowd of supporters in florida yesterday that trump is unqualified to be president. she blasted his military plans, as dangerous, and warned that trump would lead the nation back to war in the middle east. this november, the american people have a big choice to make when it comes to national security. on the one hand, we have donald trump. who has called the american military a disaster, who disrespects our military leaders by saying, and i quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. >> now, clinton and trump will
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take the stage separately at tonight's national defense forum. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. when we're not on tv you can always get the latest on our website >> in other news this noon, worker is burned after an explosion at a gas pipeline. chopper three over the scene on swift avenue, in egg harbor township short time ago. police say crews were working on a gas line, when for some reason the pipe exploded. one worker was taken to the hospital with burns. no word on that person's condition. and the crews remain on the scene investigating. >> well, it is heating up. temperatures are on the rise, and a heat advisory has just been issued. first look at the forecast with meteorologist, katie fehlinger live on the cbs-3 skydeck, good afternoon, kate. >> i and good afternoon to you, as well. we do have sunshine through some of the clouds out here, definitely heating up. i can tell it feels a little muggier than even this morning felt. so, that is a change that's going to be more and more
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palpable. ease advice advice take effect tomorrowment that's where we turn our focus at least to start off to gave you a idea here, specific to the metro area really. i95, the immediate vicinity here, starts noon tomorrow, so as we're going on the air with you on "eyewitness news" at noon tomorrow, that's when this takes effect. and, again, it will last only until 6:00 p.m. now that the solar angle isn't quite as strong it, won't necessarily have to last much later than that, but, regardless, facing a warming trend here, that's going to take us into the 90's for the next couple of days, also, heat index values could soar, too, or even just above 90 degrees. more on that later in the show. for now, storm scan generally quiet. you can still see what's left of hermine. still out to sea but thankfully not really causing any major headaches at this point. into the 80s, almost across the board here, and expecting to tack few additional degrees on to the daytime high today, partly to mostly sunny skies, depending where you are, you may have bit after breeze, i would say the bigger story though is that it is starting to feel more and more humid. that will continue to be a running theme for us, in the days ahead.
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so, that dew point climbing, the temperature climbing, and it does mean that it will feel more like the height of summer than like it should right now that we're putting the backpacks on jim and sharpening the pencils, getting back to school. we send it back into you. >> thanks, see you in a few minute. penndel bucks county will be keeping their borough police department despite claims that hiring a neighboring department would save the town money. justin finch has the details and why county leaders could be interested in how officials started the negotiations. >> penndel's council president says. >> -- >> to increase taxes. >> at last night's council meeting, over crowd spoke out demanding officials keep their local department and throw out measure to hire middletown township police under contract. >> there is no blessed way
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they can do better than having your own police department responsible to your own borough. >> penndel leaders argue that cutting their ten member police force will lead to a quick, six-figure windfall, and larger seven-figure one over ten years. savings that could funds other initiatives in the borough of more than 2,000 people. but, residents counter that they've seen that plan not work in other places, and don't want to be next. >> if you are going to do due diligence to our borough, spoke tone these other borrows that have gone this route and then back out. >> had that contract gone through, the penndel pd would have been cut by january 1st, also told that those private talks between middletown township and penndel adopt that police contract could trigger a county investigation. in penndel bucks county, justin finch, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> well, schools are now open in the philadelphia school district. and they opened with the appropriate ceremony this
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morning in germantown. that's philadelphia mayor jim kenney, and other officials ringing the school bell at hill freedom school, school renovated over the summer. parents will get a walk through tonight. >> and it was also the first day of school at theodur roosevelt middle school also in germantown. 300 student attend the schools. the community group men who care and school staff greeted the young student, as they reported for day one. ♪ ♪ ♪ and there was a big celebration at whoam bay institute, the 20th anniversary of one of pennsylvania's first charter schools in the state's first african center charter school. >> well, "eyewitness news" has an on line resource with plenty of ideas to help keep the young ones involved in get being back to school, just visit health news coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news",
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prepare the kids, flu season is coming, and doctors say the needle is the way to go. why they say the flu mist is not a good option. plus: >> they have less altzheimer's, less cataracts, less bone fractures. >> a cow with large amount of older people over the age of nine the zero. is that where the fountain of youth is? where
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this year, pennsylvanians have a clear choice. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> welcome back on the health
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watch this noon, dangers of regular heartbeat. according to a new study in the british medical journal, people with irregular heartbeat are at risk of wider range every serious conditions than previously thought. the dangers include heart attack, heart failure, sudden cardiac death and chronic kidney disease. until now, abe re al fib lakes mainly associated with increasing are you risk every stroke. >> the cdc says the popular flu mist is sub par, leaving parents and pediatricians only one option, the flu shot. academy of pediatrics is suggesting everyone six months or older be vaccinated for this year's flu season by october. >> wallgreen's has launched new self medication disposal program. the drug store chain has installed kiosk at close to 300 pharmacist, in 21 states, and in the district of columbia. wallgreen's calls it safe and convenient way to dispose of unused or expired prescriptions at no cost.
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the plans to expands the program to 500 locations around the country. >> well, still ahead on "eyewitness news", scientists may have discovered the fountain of youth. it is a small town, with a large number of people over the age of 90. so what's the secret? we'll have the answer next, katy? >> i think we will all have our ears perk for that one. well we are looking ahead, folks, to very unseasonable stretch of heat and humidity here in the delaware valley. i'll tell you, a, how long it lasts but b more importantly i would say how hot is it actually going to feel? full details and the forecast coming up. big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey. toomey voted to protect their special tax breaks.
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>> historic first for the miss america pageant this weekend in atlantic city. missouri urie, erin, as the first openly gay contestant. twenty-three year old said she struggled with her sexuality growing up, took several years for her to find her identity. she is dedicate today preventing suicide among lgbt youth. >> you want to listen to this one, particular region in italy where people seem to be living longer and healthier than ever before. correspondent seth don't went to italy and met up with some of the so-called super agers to find out their secrets. >> a place where you can find a 88 year old tending to town garden daily. wall's no obstacle, or the rather spry94 year old amina. >> i feel young she told us from her front window, as 100 year old antonio basalo joined
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us. >> it is natural. >> natural? >> figures about one in ten of the resident here are over the age of 90, he credit the laid back lifestyle, enters doctor allen mazel. >> can you list what makes these people different? >> they have less alzheimer's, less cataracts, less bone fractures. we don't see any heart file your. they have high blood pressure but the heart seems good and in practically everybody we measured. so there is something there. >> a cardiologist is part of a team from the university of california san diego, and is working with rome's university on a pilot stud toy look at those super agers, in this region. the research team thinks the diet here, rich in fresh fish, and locally grown fruit and vegtables, likely plaza important role. >> we asked doctor mazel if they found the fountain of youth here, he said they weren't sure, more research was needed. he did say likely the right combination of activity level,
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low stress, diet and maybe something genetic. seth don't, cbs news, rome, italy. >> i would like to take a dip in that steam pool? >> i'm actually 93, i just benefit from moisturizer. don't i look good for 93? >> very well, very well. so stay out of the sun the next couple of days? >> being i'm 93. >> actually, in the days ahead here, heat advisory issued tomorrow, not today, but already feeling pretty steamy outside. might need to shed the jacket. >> okay, i'll wear the flip flops like they were doing in italy. >> yes it, will feel like pool weather really. and truely it will be very steamy couple of days coming our way here, all courtesy of change in the pattern here, not unheard of, to see temperatures like this in mid september, but regardless, it is a typical when it comes to the average. let's get you out there, at least start things off by walking through the fall countdown, yes, pumpkin spice latte may be available now, it does not mean however that the weather will cooperate with
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that sort of crispness that you would tends to think of when you think of the fall. four days from now our eagle home opener. i do think the weather looks great for, that which we'll get to of course. we are coming up quickly here upon when the average high would be 70, daylight saving time ends, and regardless, we're really heating up in the days ahead. here's what's left of hermine, don't worry about it at this point, not post tropical cyclone, but it is visible, we sit between systems right now, guys, you can see how the clouds are starting to bill owe to the west, that's the first in a series of fronts that's going to be crossing our area. first up, weakening warmfront, that could trigger shower or thunderstorm later on tonight, really anyone's fair game, but specially from philly on southwest. tomorrow, here we go, it is hot, it is steamy, that's also when your heat advisory goes into effect, right now one day heat advisory, i will not be shocked if that changes with time. friday also looking hot with high in the 90s, we think we will tie a record here, 94 the eventual high there. there is also a front nearby that could trigger a shower or thunderstorm on friday. maybe a thunderstorm late in
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the day, especially by night fall, on saturday, and this is still a question mark, because the way this front may end up in the pattern, it could bypass us, so keep ion that, still a chance. but the next couple of days we at least flirt with or tie a record. again friday, the day that we expect to tie at least a very long standing record. it was set all the way back in 1884. but, we're on pace to at least come close to that when it comes to the heat indexes if not exceed. that will as you take a look at the heat index through the day tomorrow, already at 11:00 a.m. it, may feel like it is flirting with 100 in dover. so really really hot air taking place, we are going to feel like it is into the 90's in the city by noontime, then much of the region feels like triple digits by the end of the afternoon. so, you got to keep that in mind when walking out the door. you may also, you know, want to have the air conditioner cranked. outside to palmyra cove nature park, some clouds, overlooking center city in the distance. eighty-six. quick check on the seven day
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forecast for you, three day stretch of 09 or above equals heatwave according to our definition. it will be toasty out there, anti-that into the fact that we have the building humidity, yes you will want to go jump in a lake or pool or someplace to cool off. in the meantime have the air conditioners ready to go. they'll be working over time for a few days. >> wacking -- booking my tickets to italy any day now. >> apple showing off its latest iphone, one change to be coming to the iphone seven no more head phone jacks. instead the phones will come with wireless headphones, that connect to the phone. also, look for better camera and more storage. and possibly some new colors, like midnight blue or shiny black. >> oh, well i like the sound of that. >> i prefer the old rotary phone. >> stick to the basics. >> you also think people know what cd's are. >> i know, stuck in a time warp. >> the story of sully sullenberger, and the man
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>> new life for a piece of philadelphia history. this is the world's first stainless steel airplane, a fixture at the franklin institute since 1935, it is now being refurbished for the first time in nearly five decades. our victoria woodill was there as the plane began it new journey, that's today at 5:00 well the stars of the new movie sully walk the red carpet, films premiere in new york city. tom hanks plays captain sullenberger the pilot who
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made the incredible emergency landing on the hudson river seven years ago. the real captain sullenberger says the movie gets it right, and hank's says it takes quite a man to pull off a landing like that. >> the pressure of commercial avenue a, lying for the airlines, whole different sort of mindset and skill set of dealing with problems and obstacles that should not be there. >> this project was a real leap of faith. to let someone tell your life story and the story of everybody on the airplane, and we're trusting upon them to do it wellment and they real did i. it is something that they made look real, sound real, and feel real to those of us who were involved in it. >> well, sully opens in theatres on friday. i'm going to head to that movie for sure. >> looks like a good one. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan, for katie, all of us here thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. always on line at satisfy the young and the restless is next. newspapers know
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>> sharon: hey, what you did for chelsea -- that was -- it was really lovely. i know that she'll be grateful. >> nick: i made a promise to adam to look out for his son. chelsea's part of that package. >> nikki: oh. what a beautiful way to honor adam's memory. hi. mm. sharon, i didn't know i would see you today. >> sharon: well, i used to be married to adam. >> nikki: oh, yes. >> nick: where's dad? >> nikki: well, he just is checking on chelsea. >> nick: why would he do that? >> nikki: he's concerned about his grandson. >> nick: it's not a good idea. not today of all days. >> chloe: look at you. don't you look spiffy. [ doorbell rings ] i'll get it! all right, you just stay here. hold you kitty cat.


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