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>> reporter: hi, jessica and ukee. donald trump is set to take the stage to a crowd of 200. it is a private event. he will focus on tax reform and child care and tonight's speech we're expect to go see a more subdued donald trump as he talks about those issues and it comes as we are learning donald trump is closing the gap in the national polls the clock is ticking, and eight weeks from right now, voters will decide on the next president of the united states. a new poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by just four points nationally. clinton enjoyed a big boost, ten points this is polls following democratic national convention in july, but that has since subsided. clinton now leads trump 48-44 percent in that poll. poll says 60 percent find trump unfavorable while 59 percent feel the same way about clinton. in iowa today trump hammered clinton again highlighting her use of the wordy blowerrables when talking about his voters. >> well, my opponent
slappedders you as deplorable, and irredeemable, i call you hard working american patriots who love your country and want a better future for all of our people. >> reporter: we are expecting trum top talk about tax reform but he has taken heat from inside his party the fact that he has not released his own tax returns. he talked about it. we will see if he mentioned this tonight. reporting live from aston delaware county, david spunt for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thanks very much. earlier today president obama made a quick visit to philadelphia, on behalf of hillary clinton. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos is live on more on what the president had to say, greg. >> reporter: jessica, good evening. the president spoke for a little over an hour here at eakins oval. at times he raised hillary clinton and other times he condemned donald trump. but on everyone's mind here this afternoon hillary clinton 's health stumping in philadelphia.
>> it is good to be back on the campaign trail. >> reporter: president owe bam's pitch supporting hillary clinton is simple. he said she's most qualified candidate running for our top job. >> she knows what it means for working families and senior citizens, and small business owners, and soldiers, and veterans help we make policy in the white house. in the middle of crisis she will listen to people and she will keep her cool and she treats everybody with respect. >> reporter: but gloves are off, but president said lengthy of times, at eakins oval, slamming republican date donald trump. >> in an election season you will often hear crazy stuff but i got to say this year we have been hearing more craze year then usual. anybody can pop off. anybody can fire off a tweet. everybody is a critic. but that doesn't mean you know what it is like to manage a global crisis. >> reporter: noticeably absent, hillary clinton
herself resting after her campaign revealed she's battling pneumonia. >> she need to be home in bed and i'm happen that i she is. >> reporter: clinton supporters say her health should not be an issue and they are confident that clinton will make a full recovery. if nick it shows she's willing to take care of herself. the she's going to be okay. >> reporter: spokesperson for clinton's campaign says candidate will return to the campaign trail, this coming thursday. we are live at eakins oval i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and, little more than 55 days and counting until election day we invite to you stay with "eyewitness news" here on tv and also at cbs philly.com for everything that you need to know as election day approaches. a pregnant woman was shot in broad daylight, this afternoon, and now, police are looking for who did it. shooting happened in the 1800 block of east that ier street in kensington. pregnant woman was shot once in the head and once in the
stomach. one other men were also shot, no arrests have been made. a man and woman are found dead in the far northeast, and police say it appears to be a murder suicide. they found bodies this afternoon inside a private residents, at 129,000 block of he will elmore avenue. police have not released their identities. police say they were boyfriend and girl friend. lehigh county police are investigating the murder of a woman in lower macungie this happened in the 6400 block of pine crest lane no word on the identity of the victim. lehigh county coroner says that they are still notifying next of kin. police have not the released any information about the suspects. the camden diocese is taking a stand when it comes to students kneeling during the national anthem at football games. "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan is live in camden, and, talk of possible suspensions, cleve. >> reporter: camden catholic high school we are at and behind me we see the word honor, and safe and loyalty,
the word that student athlete, stabbed during national anthem, and not neil. >> i'm not a fan. >> reporter: if you feel it. >> not a fan of the police, and waiting and then come out. >> reporter: 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick, and, protesting racial injustice, others are joining the movement. last weekend coaches and players of wood row wilson high school in camden took a knee and not disciplined but september 2nd, diocese of camden said protest was the not be tolerated at their six high schools saying quote we are not public institutions and free speech and all of its form, including protest is not i guarantied right. and, we are appropriate respect and result in suspension, and, suspension from the team for subsequent offenses. >> personally, would i never neil during the anthem. >> reporter: marcus coleman is a camden city native who played football at camden catholic and syracuse. he supports the diocese and kaepernick.
>> we have america as a whole, speaking on this topic, maybe everyone doesn't agree but we're speaking on it. so now i'm going to take the next step, educate, and action, and then final result has change. rick brown says coaches need to embrace and guide student athletes who may want to join the protest. >> biggest thing is doing it as a team and doing it together. diocese comes out and says you cannot do it, that is something you have to work through but we would have found a way to protest and get out what the problem are. >> reporter: diocese of camden would not give us any interview about the national anthem policy, the local branch of the naacp called it mind boggling and contrary to the first amendment. live from cherry hill, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". cleve, thank you. results of the multiple bear sight goes this montgomery and delaware counties have some residents on toning day. sighting of the bear in bryn mawr prompted police, city workers and officials with the pennsylvania gaming commission to place the elementary school
on lock down today. >> and just sitting here in my car, he popped out, and then, looked around, saw the big field i guess and then decided to turnaround, and went right back in the woods. >> reporter: police do not believe that anyone was in danger, and in each incident the bear runs away from people but officials say that it is very important to use caution around wild animals. they ask that you notify police if you spot, the animals. scary moments on i-95, in chester after a truck flipped over, sending one of its tires in the air. it happened around 2:00 this afternoon when a truck heading southbound overturned. one of the tires flew in traffic in the northbound lane striking the top of the car. state police say there were reports, no reports of any injuries. septa services still being affected on the route 36 and route ten trolley lines after a water main break in west philadelphia, opened up, that sink hole, a 20-inch main ruptured on 60th street and lansdowne avenue around 1:30.
break led to low water pressure for customers for a little bit but everything is back to normal. still to come on "eyewitness news" a disturbing fine in the basement of a cherry hill home, the reason it is sparking a warning from the camden county's health department. also this. >> it is a blessing, i really do. a break through at a philadelphia hospital, our stephanie stahl speaks with a recent transplant recipient, reason her procedure was so risky and the life saving effect it could have on future patients. we will be right back.
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well, new information tonight, about a violent crash in hamilton township, new jersey that killed a young woman last night. >> police say 22-year old chandler was fleeing police after a drug transaction in trenton when he crashed his trail blaze inner to a honda civic, force ago this into a telephone pole and killing its driver, d ej a terrier. he was apprehended and faces
numerous charges. well is there new hope for people needing organ transplants. on the cbs healthwatch break new new research here in philadelphia has found a way to use kidneys typically in the considered for trans plants. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here to explain new developments. >> thinks a big game changer. kidneys from donors infected with hepatitis c traditionally are not used for transplants because patient could get virus from the new organs but new researchers at penn have found a waste around. that today they introduced their first success story. >> it is wonderful. i change them every day now. >> reporter: she's finally able to wear different rings now that swelling from chronic kidney disease has gone down following a trans plant in june. >> it is just, you know, gave me a piece of my life back. >> reporter: six five-year old's life had been stolen by dialysis, endless hours hooked up toand always feeling sick. odds of getting a transplant were low because there aren't enough organs and then came the phone call. >> at first i thought it was a
prank call. >> reporter: doctor david goldberg at penn medicine was offering to give her a donated kidney infected with hepatitis c and taking a chance to see if after transplant, the drug, could control the virus. >> if i can get a perfectly good kidney it is great. best decision i have made so far. >> so far it has work, she does not have the virus. >> we don't know what the cure rate will be. >> doctor peter reese says more kidney transplants are being transplanted with infected organs. >> they were willing to accept the risk of a life long infection in order to be relieved of the dialysis. >> early results are promiseds. >> reporter: doctors say ability to rance plant ones unusable kidneys will ease a critical organ shortage. >> when you can increase number of transplants by five or 10 percent, that is a huge dent. >> reporter: with hepatitis c no longer being a roadblock for transplants, penn doctors think this could be expand todd other organs. with the possibility of
saving, even more lives. >> wow. >> you got the that right. thanks. stephanie a warning tonight from health officials of a battery moved from the home in cherry hill was tested positive for rabies. home owner found the bat in the play area for their killed ren in their basement september 1st. there has been no reported trek contact between the bat and anyone living in the home. cherry hill resident are urged to avoid any contact with wild animals, and to hack sure that pet vaccinations are up to date. kate joins us now with a look at you have forecast and how are things shaping up for the rest of the week. >> things are shaping up nicely. we have something for everybody. if you like it warm, you can say stop complaining about heat and humidity. you got tomorrow. hint of fall in the air. we have got thursday and friday. most are on that both bet. if you like a little bit of the rainy day we might have one of those as well. >> take your pick. >> no snow. that is only thing we don't have. that is coming soon enough.
i want to start off with weather headlines. we have a lot to cover here. we will take a look towards where asia and super typhoon is spinning. but first your head lines. we have summer heat. the it is summer. we are feeling it tonight. then fall feel. but how long does that last? will it turn wet this weekend. lets talk about all these things. we will start off with a live look up toward poconos in broad headsville in pleasantville i. looks beautiful outside. blue skies, trees blowing lightly in the breeze there. one area of concern to watch thinks area of development off the coast of the carolinas and georgia this looks like it will stay south of us. if it does become a tropical system. because of this front. this front will be coming through our area tomorrow night. that front will also hopefully keep this system suppressed and keeping tropical moisture at bay. it is something to watches specially if you have travel plans down toward the south east. in the meantime we are looking at temperatures above average. normal high this time of the year is 79. today's high in the mid 80's and 83 right now. thirty-eight in trenton.
seventy-seven in millville. atlantic city 75. sea breeze this evening. 75-degree ocean water bringing temperatures to mid 07's down the shore. temperatures right now showing a clear divide behind that front is much cooler, to the north and west minneapolis at 63 right now, it is chill 53 in pierre south dakota 39 in little rock. all this heat is lifting north and east thomas that front approaches. that is why tomorrow's temperatures will start to peak. once the front comes through tomorrow night we will usual their cooler air in and things turn nicer through end of the week. future weather shows tomorrow at ten a m we are clear. tomorrow 7:00 p.m. still dry. north and west may pick up a stray shower in the evening but really overnight around 2:00 a.m. we will pick up a stray shower or thunderstorm here in philadelphia before that front clears. thursday morning. now we are taking you to the other side of the world here. this is super typhoon norant, that went from a category one to a category five hurricanes in just 36 hours, wrapped
strengthening on this super typhoon. current winds 185 miles an hour this right here is taiwan. tip will pass just south of that headaching land fall likely north of hong kong, and should be far enough north to keep city of hong kong from any major disaster with this system but it will be close enough to bring impact and still could shift to the south this headaches it strongest storm on earth so far in the year 016. we will keep an eye on that one, luckily, completely on the other side of the globe, nothing really close to home, threatening us in the tropics. overnight mainly clear, milder, 68 degrees your low. warmer then last night. tomorrow hot and humid that summer heat. 90 degrees. more than ten above average but it doesn't last long. this is not a heat wave and really comparison with last weeks heat this is something we can handle. thursday and friday much thighser, upper 70's both days less humid. look at friday morning's low, 56 degrees, that will feel fantastic. thighs crisp start to the day
if you like to get up, go for a run that is day to do it. saturday looks good. eighty-three with some sun. then sunday is day to watch. we have a few cloud building in, stray shower or thunderstorm sunday afternoon. not a total wash out maybe dodging a few showers here and there and then sun returns, next week. pretty great forecast. >> look at those lows. >> feeling great. >> don bellies up next with sports. >> we have a battle in the news room on sat take, owls fans and nittany lions, and last year temple beat penn state the football for first time since 1941. can they headache it two in a row. we will hear from the head coach. find out what happened when a streaker crashed chip kelly's debut with the 49ers. don't miss this story, sports coming up
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at the time, the win was considered the biggest win in temple football history. this time around, both teams will meet with one and one record. here's what the coaches are saying about the match up. >> it is about penn state offense, they will take a lot of shots. they will throw the ball down the field. it will be a lot of contested vertical routes with their big receivers and are our guys able to make plays on the ball. >> they are a physical team that wants to run the ball and use the run to set up lay action pass, very i am rested with their quarterback philip walker. he has a chance to break almost every record for a quarterback at temple. >> looking forward to it. the last night chip kelly made his san francisco 49ers coaching debut. they crushed l.a. rams 28 to nothing. but highlight of the game came when a fan ran on the field. listen to kevin harlen headache the call on west wood one. >> fan on the field. some goof ball in a hat, red shirt, and now he is running down middle by the 50, he is
at 30, bear chest ted and banging the chest and runs opposite way. he runs to the 40, 30, the guy is drunk but they goes, the 20, ten, and they cannot get him. waving his arms, bear chest ted. >> watch out, here they come. >> here come the blue coats. they tackle him at 40-yard line. >> that was hose interesting thing that happened tonight. >> how good is that call. >> are you serious. >> friday football frenzy is back, cbs philly.com and vote for game of the week here, here are your choices. saint joe's prep and archbishop wood, ridley at strat haven and timber creek at cherokee, once again, cbs philly.com is the place to cast your vote. >> how about that. >> he was in great stride. >> jeff fischer of the rams. >> nobody batted a eye.
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pelley: hack attack, russian cyber thieves are accused of exposing the medical records of u.s. olympic athlete, including simone biles and the williams sisters. hillary clinton remains out of sight. president obama steps in. >> i really, really, really want to elect hillary clinton. >> pelley: online ticket scalpers, they're making benjamins off of "hamilton," but will congress drop the curtain on them ♪ you just want to move our money around ♪ >> pelley: and he wasn't supposed to live. >> it looked like daniel came as an angel, came running out of of the flames of hell. >> pelley: but heaven was on his side.