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fun ride to school for this little boy on his first day of kindergarten ends in tears, is what being done after five-year old was left on the hot school bus, for hours. well, today is thursday, september 8th, good morning i'm jim donovan. i'm natasha brown in for brooke. katie and meisha are keeping an eye on things this morning. >> good morning, happy gate the way to our weekend. i can tell you all week long it has been so busy on the roadways ever since everyone went back to work, school, i cannot even explain how busy it has been. today is no different. all this coming up in a bit. >> weather is heating up at this point. much like your roadways are. quite literally. we have storm scan, we will get to the temperatures in a second. the at least anything in the way of wet weather has had a chance to fist alloway. we have had a couple showers overnight as we anticipated and they have all moved out of here but it has left behind some damp, not just roadways but also, some damp boardwalk as we will see in some of our
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camera views as show goes on but regardless heat advisory does take effect here at noon time today. that is where heat comes in and it will get very, very hot outside my friend. mid 90's expected on the thermometer itself but it will feel like the low 100s and that heat advisory now spilled over maryland border. it is southeastern, pennsylvania, philadelphia surrounding suburbs and lehigh valley and crossing the delaware river into west central new jersey and all of the state of delaware included there. those are area temperature. in the mid to low 07's. it is cooler as we go out toward immediate shore in atlantic city. trenton checks in at 69. we are on pace to heat up with no problem to 94 in philadelphia pair of eight's at the shore, so not as bad as and then we will get to the mid 80's in the mountains. this is just the beginning of what looks to be several days worth of this heat. we will tell you how long this stretch will last coming up. katie, thank you very much.
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what we are looking at, is live chopper three, over an overturn tractor trailer. this is in new castle delaware. this happened around 2:00 a.m., driver of this very mangled tractor trailer has had minor injuries, he was treated on the scene, and he could see all of what you are looking at is all spilled pennies. it is overturned tractor trailer when he was carrying is just tons and tons of pennies that is all over the roadway. i-95 northbound is block at route 141, you will have to use an alternate, pulaski high waste to dew point highway is your best bet. by the way they are diverting traffic right now on to exit number 5a which is airport road. they are saying i-95 northbound will be block, completely closed until around noon. hopefully that will open up around noon time but just so you know for morning rush hour for those heading out, it will be very, very slow moving. by the way we are looking at a nap shot of where they are directing traffic and it is looking very, very slow there.
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i-95 south at cottman we are heating up on i-95 a lot more to talk about in a bit. back over to you. well, new this morning philadelphia police have one suspect in custody following a violent home invasion in the the rhawnhurst section of the city. >> police believe the suspect may have robbed multiple victims. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is live outside northeast detectives with details on what police now know at this point, justin. >> reporter: natasha and jim we have two crimes in 119 year-old suspect in custody and it turns out victim's sharp eyes that led to the capture and stolen items found. now looking out at video of those, of the three victims in a driveway, this all began with a home invasion to 911 around 11:00 from the 2,000 block of oakmont street in rhawnhurst where a husband and wife in their 50's told second district, and, and shot his gun into their floor.
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and, prescription pills. nearby a hold up on the 7400 block of large street a 28 year-old woman robbed of her purse at gunpoint and her suspect description matched the one from the home invasion, and it was broadcast on police radio and officers chased town the teen suspect on the 2100 block of bleigh street, as he was running and tossing the stolen purse, lap top and victim's id. police soon connect both crimes. >> what we believe is that after committing the home invasion and robbery this 19 year-old saw this female, in the 7400 block of large street which is about a block away, saw her carrying a rather, and, and, she robbed, and the gun. >> reporter: now all three victims positively identified that suspect and that man who was pistol whipped was taken
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to nazareth hospital, for treatment have of his head wound with stitches. we are live outside northeast detectives i'm justin finch for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". natasha and jim back inside to you. >> thanks very much. a busy morning for fire fighters in moorestown, new jersey. they have battled this fire at an old farmhouse in the 800 block of cox road. flames started around midnight in the garage and quickly went to the main part of the home. part of the roof also collapsed, in reports of any injuries, or a cause. frightening experience meantime for a little burks county boy who was left on the bus on his first day of kindergarten. the five-year old was supposed to get dropped off at the elementary school in am any township but prince owe kenned owe spent hours park at the company's transportation yard. his mom called the school when he didn't come home at noon time. >> i cried myself to sleep. >> you cried yourself to sleep. >> um-hmm. >> how many times. >> four times. >> it was traumatizing to me.
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he was hot, sweaty, he didn't even know who i was at first. >> apparently drivers check for backpacks, water bottle, books, driver didn't do that. >> the bus driver was immediately fired. the superintendent for daniel boone school district says that the school also failed by not notifying okento's family when her son was mark absent. district will hold a information session at the school tonight to ease fears of other parents of the kindergarteners. it takes place at 6:30. presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail off day after making their cases to be command inner chief. hillary clinton taughted her foreign policy experience during last night's forum while deeven ifing her use of a private e-mail server, during her time as secretary of state. donald trump held back on his plan to reveal to beat isis while appearing open to idea of amnesty for undocumented immigrants serving in the armed services. we will hear their response from his both candidates
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coming up in our next half an hour. and how democrats meantime have released e-mails between former secretary of state colin powell and hillary clinton. these e-mails showed powell clinton odd use of personal e-mail and devices right after she was sworn in as secretary of state. democrats show it shows powell told clinton how to get around state department rules. powell has not commented on the release but has previously disputed that notion. well, more than 200 perspective jurors will fill on you questionnaires as jury selection get underway in bridge gate scandal. bridget kelly, former deputy of chief of staff to chris christie and port authority executive bill baroni face charges. the christie could be called to testify. prosecutors say kelly and baroni closed lanes on the george washington bridge, as pay back, for a democratic north jersey marry fuse to go endorse christie for lee election. in the state of delaware children with medical conditions, and, now can be treated with marijuana an oil
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at school. governor jack markell signed the bell yesterday. before yesterday, students who had to take the oil had to stay at home, the new bill also allowed designated caregivers to possess and administer the marijuana oil to children on school grounds. for a look at newspaper headlines from all around the region. >> on the front page of the intelligencer a sellersville man has confessed to killing his neighbor under the influence of methamphetamines. bucks county detectives working with perkasie police filed a homicide charge against 34 year-old damien jaywalker in the death of faith price. walker traveled to norristown and confessed to the killing at a police station. from the cover of the trentonian governor christie has announced plans to demolish three state buildings nerd to revitalize trenton. slated for demolition are agricultural and health department buildings on south lawrence street and tax says building on barrett street. in the mercury workers have begun painstaking process
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of disassembling the bell tower on the first baptist church in pottstown. several months ago a stone fell off the bell tower and it was found to be leaning. king street will be closed weekdays while tower is taken down, stone by stone. that is a look at the newspaper headlines from around the delaware valley this morning. well, still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, and final wish granted, why it took an act of congress for world war two, buried at arlington national cemetery. plus this... >> a terrifying sight as an alligator chases a group of kid while they were playing, find out how parents kept the gator away until authorities arrived. nasa's on a big mission we are live to tell but the trip to an asteroid that could answer how life, first emerged here on earth. coming newspapers know the real story on pat toomey. on background checks for gun buyers...
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time is 6:12. a group of florida children are safe now that an alligator, that is right an alligator is off the street. >> the group was being chased by this gator, apparently in neighborhood park. police responded after neighbors reported the 5-foot 58 gator was coming frighteningly close to the children. police and animal control officers got thereafter parents tried to do their best against the gator. >> i took a little, you know, barbecue and through it. he snapped at that cup.
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what will he do when he see the kids. >> my goodness. police called a trap her who takes gators mouth shut and took him to the wild life reserve. none of the children were hurt. that is scary. >> i will not throw anything at the gator, i will just rub. >> yes. >> and, alligator, crocodiles i don't know what the difference is. >> yes. >> on those wild channels. >> yes. >> they can stay safe inside our television. >> yes, exactly. >> fine by me. >> thankfully we don't to have worry about alligators in our area but it will feel like a swamp when you go outside to take. storm scan three is relatively quiet, at least locally but we have moisture building up across canadian border and back to the midwest. there were a couple showers rolling through and fizzled away but left behind damp roads, and some damp board on the boardwalk. we will show you, a view of that in a second here but regardless next cold front is heading our way this doesn't
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really do much to bring us wet weather, and for some showers and thunderstorms. meanwhile, a little damp at rehoboth beach. regardless, wet weather has been moved out, as we face off here, all of it is pushing away. it hasn't had a chance to brighten up. we are expecting a partly sunny kay here. hot and humid. at the shoreline about 88 for a high. uv index up there to a seven and rip current risk is a moderate. wind flow out of the southwest at 10 miles an hour which means it is muggy. in the city of philadelphia, heat advisory takes effect as of noon time and that is a good portion of our area. not just philadelphia county, mid 90's continue in the weekend here. tomorrow we could see shower or thunderstorm during the day but not a wash out the at all. saturday primarily at nighttime with our next cold front passage and that is the front that incomes our temperatures back to much more seasonal levels in time for eagles game sunday which we will see right here on cbs-3
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in the sunshine and it looks like a nice day. monday turf say is my personal favorite. it looks great. >> sure does 95, thanks very much, katie. >> all right, you guys, take a look at these backups what you are looking at, all morning long in case you are just waking up with us, overturned tractor trailer in this area. new castle delaware. happened around 2:00 a.m. minor injuries to the driver, this closure i-95 northbound is blocked, will be closed at route 141, is closed and could be until noon time today. you will to have use an alternate. yikes. look at this, you guys. the causing backups now, obviously on to route one, on i-95, they are extending back to route 273, the alternate pull acies high waste to dew point highway, traffic is diverted right now, as you you can see on to exit 5a which is airport road and just an fyi, exit 5b is closed, for construction. as you can see, if you are stuck in that, you can plan on
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being stuck in that for a very long time. if you can avoid that area all together you will want to do so. if you have to head out there, give yourself more than an hour. more than an hour at least. new jersey 42 freeway north bound at creek road, we are certainly starting to heat up on our school day mornings. schuylkill at boulevard this is what we are looking at pushing in the eastbound side, looking fair liz typical overall construction on pennsylvania turnpike eastbound between downingtown, valley forge right lane blocked we will have more in a bit but first we will take a quick break stay right where you are,
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do i enjoy that song. nasa is going after an asteroid like never before. >> they are launching a spacecraft, to a nearby space walk, actually. they say this space walk is an untouched relic composed of the same raw materials that went into building this sun and planet. >> well, cbs's hena daniels is live in new york when this first of the kind mission, good morning, hena. >> good morning, jim, natasha, right from the movie armageddon expected to be here and will not be on this mission. scientists are sending a spacecraft for this asteroid on nasa's list of potentially
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hazardous asteroids. meaning it could one day possibly, hurl toward earth. they are hoping this will unveil more about our solar system and evolution of life here on our planet. scientists believe that the asteroid benu holds keys to our solar system and life on earth. tonight, nasa will launch what they are calling a robotic asteroid hunter, named osirus rex. >> it will be the first nasa live mission to retrieve a sample and return to earth that sam from an asteroid. it will be the largest sample return since the apollo era. >> reporter: trip by benu will take two years and suv sized spacecraft will cruise around and map its surface. >> we will spend a couple years mapping tonight great details first globally so we scan understand what areas are safe and where is the most scientifically valuable material. >> reporter: then a robotic
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high five of sorts when osirus rex extend its arm and vacuums up gravel and soil sample to bring back to earth. >> we will go town for a 52nd contact, grab that material, and bring it back on another two and a half year cruise back home. >> reporter: benu is a black space rock about the size of the empire state building and nasa's list of potentially hazardous asteroid meaning it could one day possibly collide with earth. the mission with a billion dollar price tag will take seven years if success full. >> launch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. tonight from complex 41 at cape canaveral. >> it makes he wish i paid more attention in astronomy class in college. >> i just fell asleep in the planetarium. last week about a mile away a police space x rocket exploded during a test, very close to osirus.
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well, coming up, find out what is happening at yesemite national park for first time it is happened in 70 years. plus doctors -- soccer star megan is block from protesting the national anthem for the second time. find out why this time, katie? natasha, we are looking ahead tie couple days worth of some pretty decent heat for mid-september standard and triple digit heat values. when does this heat break and how does it look for eagles game? we will have the answer coming
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back on "eyewitness news" female world war two pilot got her wish to be laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. lane harmon was one of the women's air force service pilots known as wasps. she was one of a thousand man who flew planes during world war two in non-combat missions. yesterday, her daughter terry harmon was handed the burial flag as her mother was finally given military honors at arlington national cemetery. it was sevens had this is been eligible for military honors at arlington but the army reversed policy last year. harmon family worked with congress to change the law. >> this is something that my mother worked hard to earn. >> it is not easy to ask congress to pass a law just to
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bury your grandmother. >> nine two-year old florence is one of the less than 100 wasps that are still alive, and she joined harmon's family in the fight to get that final wish fulfilled. well, soccer star megan rapino says she will continue to neil touring the national anthem just like 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick, who is protesting race relations here in the u.s. buzz owner of the washington spirits played the anthem early last night, owner bill lynch says he would not subject fans to what he considers difficulties disrespectful acts. rapino took a neon monday when her seattle rain played in chicago. now there are reports of olympic swimmer ryan lochte is being suspended for ten months over his robbery story at rio olympics. lochte and three other u.s. swimmers said they were robbed at gunpoint but investigators told ative rent story. they say lochte and company vandalized a gas station and
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armed security guards demanded that they pay for the damage. rio authorities say they will pursue a case against lochte for filing a false police report. yesemite national park is getting its biggest expansion. >> national park service is adding 400 acres of wet land and habitat on the park's western boundary. earlier the trust for public land purchased the land called meadow private owners for 2.3 million-dollar. and then yesterday the trust officially donated the land to the national park service to be part of the yesemite. it is biggest addition to the park since 1949. >> um-hmm. coming up next on "eyewitness news" the presidential candidates are back on the cam paper trail, a day after taking the same stage, to make their cases to be command are in chief. hear what they had to say. plus help for students left scrambling when itt tech abruptly shut down, find out what another school is doing today to try to help them out.
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>> we have an overturned tractor trailer, and we will have all that coming up. but first we will take a quick fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting...
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if i were you, i'd grab a couple more... for next week. back to school or back for more. staples has the lowest prices. period. staples. make more happen. well, good morning everyone, the sunnies just coming up and it is already feeling very steamy out there. >> a heat advisory issued for later today, katie will let you though which take we have a chance of tying or breaking a record for heat. good morning, i'm jim donovan. i'm natasha brown. 6:30. here's what you need to know in today's morning minute. overturn tractor trailer in new castle delaware, this tractor trailer cast carrying pennies and in the just there but every where out there. philadelphia police have one man in custody following a series of violent robberies in the rhawnhurst section of the
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city. >> we're also told that the victim got a chance to identify this suspect, face-to-face. >> i cried myself to sleep. >> reporter: frightening experience for a berks county boy left on the bus on his first day of kindergarten. the five-year old spent four and a half hours alone on the bus. >> we're not putting ground troops into syria. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump talk policy in the first joint event of the campaign season. >> if i winnie don't want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is. >> hi, guys. >> how are you. >> great to sees you. >> ♪ >> car pool car oak which apple ceo, tim cook, ferrell williams. >> that was so fun when video played during apple's new iphone launch event yesterday. >> would i love to be a fly on
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the wall in these cars, as they are taping these segments. >> so cool, we have to try to to it one time. >> hijack his car inn. >> make it happen. >> katie, will you join us. >> absolutely but i will say they should wish they were flies on the wall during commercial breaks because when jim donovan does his little dances, it is a riot. >> he is a hoot. >> he has moves and they are interesting. we will put it that way. >> yes. >> no way, best dancer i have ever seen. >> let's switch gears to talk about the weather, we are looking ahead to the very steamy day, guys. just beginning of what looks to be a stretch of very hot, humid days. so that is going to be feel more like triple digits. new that we are all going back to will school, work getting in the new routine it feels out of place to have this kind of a stretch. not that atypical. this is time of the year where we have the warmest ocean water and you can have
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temperatures, in the air anyway, and, rolls through the haze off in the distance live neighborhood network here, and i did just check on the visibility and lancaster, specifically, has under a half mile visibility. with a very light wind and now with more moisture to work with we might see patchy fog. it is exception rather than normal but it is worth mention since so many people will be traveling. the here's heat advisory that goes into effect at noon today for counties shaded in that burnt orange. the it spills over maryland border too. very good chunk of the area included here unless you reside in the farm country, mountains or resort towns at the shore. it the is just going to be hot, steamy no matter how you slice it and you'll be able to slice this with a knife it will be so humid. high of 94 eventually. that does flirt with the record and i don't think we will quite get there regardless though it is hotter then we typically find on a mid-september day.
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meisha, back over to you. thank you so much. >> for those of you just waking up with us, good morning. i can tell new delaware there is something significant happening because of an accident that happened a little bit earlier in new castle delaware this happened around 2:00 a.m. an overturn tractor trailer, carrying, pennies, spilled every where. as you can see damage to the truck is pretty significant. i will say the driver only had minor injuries. he was treated at the scene. this is i-95 northbound right now is block at route 141, and it sound like it will be completely closed until around they were thinking noon. they are hoping it could get cleared up by then. this is causing backups on to route one on i-95 all the way back to route 273, you will need an alternate. pulaski high waste to dew point highway is your best bet. not to mention the fact that they are diverting traffic right now, on exit 5a which is
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airport road and by the way exit 5b is closed for some construction. just fyi on. that anyway just remember i-95 northbound is, blocked at 141. you will to have use an alternate. i can tell you you are seeing damage done to the truck but just a while ago when chopper was showing backup, it was absolutely breathtaking how many vehicles. avoid the area at all cost. if you cannot, give yourself an hour, maybe up to two hours. would i leave two hours early if i were you. construction on the pennsylvania turnpike, lets go right to that eastbound between downingtown and valley forge. that right lane is block there that will maybe start to slow you down a little bit right now. i-95 south at girard interstate 95, we are heating up as well, jim, over to you. thanks very much. hillary clinton and donald trump are back on the campaign trail. >> we are just 60 days away from election day. last night at the command
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inner chief forum clinton and trump answered tough questions on national security as reid binion tells us it exposed differences on how they propose to manage the military and foreign policy. >> i think under the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton the generals have been reduced to ruble. >> reporter: donald trump at wednesday's command inner chief forum hosted by nbc news slamming his rival and president obama while praising russian president putin. >> i think i would have a very, very, good relationship with putin. >> reporter: maryland rate or matt lauer saying he pitched trump too many softball questions. he also failed to challenge trump for this repeatedly debunk claim. >> i was begins the war in iraq because i said it would destabilize middle east. >> reporter: did he press trump on his plan to combat isis. >> is the plan you have been hiding this whole time asking someone else for their plan? >> no, i have a plan. >> i don't want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my
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plan is. >> on the topic of ice is hillary clinton spoke of using air power and regional alliance to defeat the group. >> we have to defeat isis. that is my highest counter terrorism goal. >> reporter: but her answer on ice is some what rushed because roughly 30 percent of her time she faced questions on her e-mails. clinton reit rag using permanent e-mail account as secretary of state was a mistake but defended her handling of the classified materials. >> i communicated about classified material on a wholely separate system. >> reporter: reid binion for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". philadelphia city council returns to work after a long 12 week break, the soda tax dominated work before council members took the summer off. now there is an expectation to narrow their focus bills that will look at increased parking at apartment build initial west philadelphia, and keeping supermarkets from squeezing out the competition. this morning there are
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more than 3,000 rape kits collecting dust in pennsylvania. law enforcement officials are asking for money to get them tested. philadelphia's forensic office says it has 200 kits needing to be tested but lack of money, staff, and makes getting them analyze varied difficult. pennsylvania's auditor jennies calling on law make tours provide the extra funding. >> a morning our recommendations is stake holders convene immediately to discuss what resources they need, particularly from the state, to be able to effectively communicate how local law enforcement agencies are able to handle rape kits and to pay for all of these kits, to be tested. >> some of the kits have been sitting untested since the 1990's, law enforcement experts say testing them could lead to an arrest of the most violent criminals on the streets right now. well, displaced itt tech students were receiving a helping hand. >> that help is coming from colleges right here in this area. camden county college is now
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joining schools, like the community college of philadelphia trying to help students. the college is hosting a special event tonight so students can learn how their credits can be transferred over. more than 35,000 students were displaced when itt tech displaced, that it would be closing all of its locations nationwide. coming up, tiger woods ex-wife is now dating another famous hand with a cheating past. find out who coming up next. oh, boy. fashion week underway, jim why kanye west is getting bad reviews for his show can you believe is that. >> super model christie brinkly reveals secret for her lasting beauty. can you believe she's 62. >> i can't believe it. >> i need those secrets. >> speaking of fashion week south philadelphia native is seeing her dreams come true see her collection and how it ended up in new york fashion week
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new u.s. record for bruce springsteen and e street band, they played for, get this, four hours and threeat citizens bank park last night. >> the boss and band played 34 songs, after a bit of the rest they played citizens bank park again tomorrow night. well, new hollywood couple is raising eyebrows this morning. >> tiger wood ex-wife's lynn nor green is being linked to gavin rossdale. they were set up by friend and they hit it off right away. rossdale was married to gwenn stefani but they broke up after reports he was cheating on her and this is a scandal, that we will be familiar with her marriage to golfer tiger wood ended up after finding out he cheated with her with more than a hundred women. unbelievable. >> counseling, probably counseling and change. >> we can only hope. >> who the heck is competing
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on gwenn stefani, that blows my mind. what else will blow your mind thinks weather forecast because we have heat to build here across the delaware valley and it will get very steamy in the next couple of days. quick check with the eyewitness weather watchers shows temperatures off to a mild start. we will show you the format here sometimes easier to digest. andrew in medford at 67 degrees. one of the coolest spots here. lewis in eagleville at 70. jerry blue bell at 68. you are close to those values. many of these spots. a lot of consistency across most of the weather watchers network right now. yeah, would i say warmest spot is andy town in dover, southern most points, i think as is typical eileen gets the spot where it is coolest. she tend to because she's in gilbertsville but regardless off to a mild start and starting to get steamy out there too. we did just have a weakening warm front. it left behind damp roads. this next cold front is what eventually brings in our next chance of shower or
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thunderstorm as early as late as today and tomorrow and even though it is not terribly widespread situation with these showers and storms it the is still next shot for it and another front comes along for week toned knock back worst of the heat and humidity. our eagles forecast is looking, people owe right now 84 in the sunshine with the northwest, minimal breeze but dryer air, very comfortable, perfect tailgating weather. fire up the grill. in the meantime three straight days have of 90 plus degrees, and also keep in mind humid too. it will feel closer to the triple digits or above that and then by the time we hit again sunday and monday much more relief and much more comfortable to be outside, meisha. >> all right, katie, thank you so much. the main news in the traffic world right now is live chopper three is over an overturned tractor trailer, spill in new castle delaware. it happened around 2:00 a.m. this morning, look at these backups. i-95 northbound is block at route 141 and it will be closed until they are hoping
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right around 9:00 a.m. to get this cleared out. what we are looking at right now is, traffic being divert todd exit number 5a or airport road, exit 5b is closed for construction, the alternate to try to avoid this is pulaski highway to dew point highway but right now it doesn't matter if you are stuck in this there are so many vehicles that any exit, and that you take right new will be incredibly busy. ramps, to route one northbound on to i-95 that is also closed right now. if this were to take a wide shot, we were to zoom out further you will see how far back, how extensive these backups are. you're going to be sitting in your car for a very long time if you have to go out that way, void it at all cost if at all possible. also, interstate i-95 and schuylkill certainly starting to heat up this morning, jim and natasha back over to you. a south jersey charity is granting wishes to thousands of children going through hard
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times. >> as ukee washington shows news this weeks story of brotherly love the effort was inspired by a young woman who died far too soon. >> we talk to the boy whose wish was granted about what it meant to him. nine year-old aj, of woodbury heights enjoying playing time with his sibling anthony and olivia, at least when he has energy. aj was having bad headaches this winter, explains his mother cristina. >> no medications were helping so the doctor ordered, an mri and found a brain tumor. >> reporter: because of the location of the tumor it is inoperable so aj gets chemo every friday. >> it just makes me tired over the weekend. >> someone wrote in about granting aj a wish. >> reporter: aj's story reached offices of bianca's kids a non-profit memorializing bianca, who loved kid and pursuing a social work degree when she was killed in the car crash in 2010. gabriel michael and other
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relatives are preserving her memory. >> her aunt started bianca's kids because she wanted to make sure that her dream lived on. >> reporter: fulfilling wishes for kids like aj is exactly what they do. she found out that aj was a big sports fan. >> he loved eagles and just an amazing little boy. thanks to bianca's kids he went to his first phillies game. >> reporter: bianca's kids got him into philadelphia eagles training camp with his grandfather. >> me and my pop pop said that we probably would get one or two autographs on my football and i got like the whole team. i don't even know how to explain it, because it was that much fun. >> it is nice that people are willing to help. >> reporter: every time a child is helped, bianca is remember. >> i think she looks down on us and she's excite that had we could touch lives that she would have wanted to touch. >> reporter: between the wishes they grant and christmas gifts they distribute, bianca's kids estimates they have helped 13,000 children, almost all of the funding comes from small
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individual donations. if you'd like to find out more just go to cbs philly.com/brotherly. see you tonight. i'm ukee washington for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, 6:50. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> charlie rose joins us live from new york with the preview, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, in a cash and jim. donald trump and hillary clinton clash on foreign policy in what might be a debate preview. they are competing plans to take on isis. we will dig into how much donald trump is spending on his presidential campaign, how he may end up headaching money off the election. we are counting down to monday's broadcast from the the smithsonian national african-american museum of history and culture. we will take you as part of that exhibit to the new new england vacation getaway, that is part of the museum exhibit, it is because you of the history involving freed slaves. news is back in the morning. see new ten minutes. we will be watching thanks
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charlie. with fall approaching it means it is time for new clothing trend. >> "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen is here to tell us about a art institute grad that fashions herself as a trend setter. >> very cool story. >> it is a big business and within extremely difficult to break into in a big way but budding fashion designers just have it. ability to see shapes, patterns, colors that others cannot n a recent art institute grad has par laid her passion into a huge opportunity. in the fashion industry, this week is their super bowl. new york fashion week is underway, and the biggest players in the game will see their best in the spotlight. for south philadelphia native devon pagan owe being involved is a dream come true. >> crazy how it happens. i was than the expecting to it happen. >> reporter: the 26 year-old is one of the nine students and recent graduates of the art institute nationwide that were select to have their concepts featured during fashion week. it stems from her senior project which uses houdini as an inspiration.
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>> i turned tonight to something interesting through shapes, shapes are created and a lot of it was an experiment. i didn't go into my senior class saying i want to get in fashion week. >> reporter: while her love traces back to her south philadelphia root as a kid her journey began after getting her associates degree at community college. she then decided to chase her dream. >> never said anything in my life when i first got here and i got an f on my first dress i ever made. it was terrible. but i learned. it was a lot of self teaching too. you rely on teachers but you have to rely on your talents. >> her talents blossomed in recent years. during the holidays a few years ago pagan owe sold hundreds offhanded made scarves out of her house. >> just on a whim, yeah, people were getting them as gift, and then my boyfriend's friend were like can i get a few for my mom. >> reporter: perfect collection is stacked but no doubt she will keep adding to
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them. >> my whole portfolio. >> my goodness. >> and keep bringing your books and see what happened. >> just want to keep going. >> devon gave me some pointers, so i hope i don't let her down with my fashion choices. thank you w devon's collection on the runway, you can, watch and help her get through art institute dot edu and vote nor her as her designed are revealed to the world you are a renaissance man, one minute sports, next minute fashion. >> i think we have a little tom ford here. >> there you go. >> very tom ford like. >> thank you so much, patrick. >> well, in other fashion week news, this week it looks lake these models are naked but they are not. >> i don't know maybe in the but this was kanye west's dealing with his season four selections. u.s.a. today described it as a hot mess. first hour of the live stream the camera was pointed at the
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cloud, and then stream froze froze, rewound and replayed. there were reports of the models passing out the in the heat and one even took off her shoes. that is a no, no. kanye fans called it performance art and not a hot necessary at all. >> where are they. >> i don't see them. discount retailers target kicked off fashion frenzy in new york as busy week for models and celebrities attending several shows a day, they talk about how they keep it all together. >> drink a lot of water, work out every other day because i news towed make sure my energy is up. >> i have been a vegetarian since i was about 13 years old. i have never touched meat. >> believe it or not brinkly is 62 years old. it looks to be working for her. >> boy, boy. >> we will be right back with three things you need to know before you go. >> it is three to go. that is coming up next
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before you head out to work or school we have three things you need to know before you go. >> republican presidential candidate donald trump and hillary clinton hit campaign trail again today both attending the same national security foreign last night. >> philadelphia city council gets back to work after a vacation lasting 12 weeks they are expecting to address
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parking and business issues. nasa launches a spacecraft aimed at a asteroid experts say data could answer how life first emerge on earth, and that is three to go. >> lets get a last check of heather and traffic. >> big story is the heat, we have a heat advisory that takes effect today for good portion of the area, jennies that we hit 94 in the city with elevated humidity feeling like it is 100 degrees, take it easy. look at these backups 95 northbound, route 141 closed until 9:00 a.m. we will use an alternate platform, pulaski highway youres best tomorrow. tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., i found one of the very best ice cream shop. flavor thermos known for and i'll explore how it is for another time. >> i'm here to see what was it like to live in a roman castle. >> um-hmm. >> this is a beautiful castle indeed but who built this and why and what are kids learning there? watch tomorrow on dream drives at 6:00 a.m. on cbs-3
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