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president obama jumps on the wentz wagon. coming up, why he's scared of what the eagles rookie quarterback might do next. we begin with donald trump if aq. the republican presidential nominee talks child care and we now know when hillary clinton is planning to return. donald trump back in pennsylvania, a state that holds a lot of weight in the race for president. good evening, i'm jessica dean. >> i'm ukee washington. "eyewitness news" david spunt is in aston, delaware county where trump rolled out his plan aimed at making child care more affordable. >> thank you everybody. that's nice. beautiful. >> reporter: after thanking his daughter, donald trump took the stage in aston to talk taxes and child care. >> we need working mothers to be fairly compensated for work and have access to affordable quality child care for kids. >> reporter: at one point he held up a baby he spotted in the crowd. he told supporters he's
determined to give birth adopttive and foster guard yens a chance to deduct child care from their income taxes. he also wants to create a savings account. >> our plans allows every parent in america to open up a dependant care savings account. families can contribute up to $2,000 a year to these accounts completely tax-free. >> reporter: speaking of taxes, trump come you ared fire from the left and members of his own party for refusing to release his own tax returns. trump claims he's under audit. we asked his surrogate marcia black burn about his tax returns. >> we know he's going through audits and at this point, i think when he is ready to release further information and the attorneys say you can do that because an audit is complete or nearing completion, he'll be able to do that. >> reporter: he took swipes at opponent hillary clinton who last friday raised eyebrows when
she criticized trump supporters >> my opponents slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable. i call you hard working american patriots who love your country, love your families and want a better future for all americans. >> reporter: our david spunt in aston tonight. we've learned also that hillary clinton will return to the campaign trail thursday. the democratic nominee has been rafting at her new york home battling pneumonia. president obama stopped for clinton in philadelphia. the president rallied with supporters at oval. >> anybody can fire off a tweet. everybody is a critic. but that doesn't mean you know what it's like to manage a glam crisis. the closest you can come to understanding what it's like is to be where hillary has been.
i really, really, really want to elect hillary clinton. >> after his remarks, the president took part in a closed dnc event in center city. he then boarded air force one for events in new york. a 22-year-old had a special honor of introducing president at the clinton rally. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do is there right now with his story. trang? >> reporter: ukee, his name a patrick houston and he had five days to prepare the two and a half minutes speech to introduce a man that he's long considered a role model. before a rally of thousands, swarthmore senior patrick misunderstood was calm, confident and commanded the podium like it was something he was born to do. >> it is leaders who demonstrate sound moral judgment. the courage to hope for a brighter future.
>> reporter: at times he sounded like a young barack obama. the person he was tasked with introducing. >> hello, philadelphia. >> i had a big responsibility. i had a great privilege of introducing one of my greatest role models, president barack obama. it's almost like there's no time to be nervous. this is time to carry this message. >> reporter: by the age of five and was raised in north philadelphia by his 11 older siblings who served as his own cheering section >> as the youngest one in the family he spent little time with mother. now he's inspiring the whole family. once again, to grow on. >> reporter: the campaign chose houston to speak for his incredible story of trialth or adversity. success was only achieved from the help of those around. >> never would i have imagined really grateful for that opportunity. >> reporter: and houston is set to graduate from swarthmore in
may. he plans to go into environmental consulting and eventually public service. for now, live i'm trang do cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> what a moment. thank you the countdown continues, we're about 55 days away from election day. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of campaign 16 the incumbent mayor of wilmington will not get another term. he was defeated in tonight's democratic primary. among eight candidates. former development corporation executive director mike prisicki. he got about 24% of the vote a pregnant woman in the hospital after being shot in broad daylight. it happened in the 1800 block in east thayer street in kensington. two other men were also shot. nearby resident mary margaret said one bullet came how to her window.
>> it could have hit me. i stay alive. i saw a lot >> the victims are being treated at temple a good samaritan comes to the aid of a man shot multiple times. it happened after 5:00 in the 2900 block of howard street. 33-year-old victim was rushed to hospital by a verizon working driving by. the victim did not survive. police continue to look for the suspect. a lehigh county pastor is charged with possessing child pornography. monsignor john steven mraz was pastor at saint anne catholic church for last eight years. a friend fixing the pastor's computer found child porn. he contacted the church, which contacted authorities. >> he's in a position of authority where those children are going to listen to him most likely and that's very disturbing. >> in statement, the allentown
did i seize, is suspended. he's living at a retirement home. authorities are on the trail of a bear in the burbs. there have been multiple sightings in montgomery and delaware counties in the past few days, ithan elementary school in bryn mawr had been to locked down when the bear showed up outside. >> i was sitting here in my car. he popped out, just looked around, saw the big field, i guess and decided to turn around and went right back into the woods. >> each time the bear appeared in a populated area it ran away. you're asked to contact the police a bat removed from a home in cherry hill tested positive for rabies. officials say the homeowners found the bat in play area for their children in their basement on september 1st. there has been no report of direct contact between the bat and anyone living in the home. cherry hill residents are being
urged to avoid any contact with wild animals and to make sure pet vaccinations are up to date. eagles rookie quarterback carson wentz has been the talk of the town >> even president obama had something to say about wentz. nicole brewer joins us now, this young man is on fire >> for good reason. for a rookie this is about as good a start as we have seen in any time, the potus has his eye on you >> carson wentz steps up firing for the end zone. touchdown. >> when rookie carson wentz threw for 278 yards, two touchdowns and 0 interceptions he restored hope in eagles nation. >> that was probably the one of the best debuts of all times. >> impressed. >> reporter: it was an nfl entrance that boosted moods and merchandise sales.
according to fantastics, the online retailer wentz jersey has been the top seller online since sunday's game >> that means he's hot. >> reporter: he's got high profile support. speaking at a clinton campaign rally president obama said his vp was trying to convert him >> he told me, barack, you got to get on the wentz wagon. we got a new quarterback, a hope in philly and i had to explain, jo he, i'm a bears fan. i got to stick with my team but i'm going to go to philly and scout it out. >> reporter: when asked sunday if he was ready for all the attention, wentz said it's still just about playing football >> i think he's pretty grounded from what you can see >> do you think if he keeps does what he's doing he'll do well. >> >> so what does wentz think of his number one jersey and his presidential shout-out?
the eagles tell us he will likely address this on thursday at practice. they will be getting ready for their game against the chicago bears monday >> i wonder in the president and vice president will have time to watch the game >> i'm sure there will be a wager. he'll make time for this one. the medical records of olympic athletes exposed by cyber thieves >> involves some of the biggest names associated with team usa. still ahead at 11:00, who's behind the hack attack and what it reveals about the athletes's healthy >> law makers want to make it easier and cheaper for you to go to your favorite concert and shows, cracking down on online ticket scalpers >> we got out of last week's heat wave now we're headed back to 90's. but we got fall-like weather and a chance for rain in the seven-day forecast. i'll break it down coming up. wells fargo making changes after accusations of employees
♪ a suspect is in custody tonight after leading police on a chase several hours in a stolen rig. started in bakersfield california and ended near palm springs. it's a company that transports hazardous waste. it was carrying nonexplosive nonradioactive material, no word on the suspect's identity. russian hackers released medical records of several team usa athletes that competed in the rio olympics.
the hackers claimed dozens of american athletes had tested positive for doping and that these metalists in rio regularly used latest strong drugs. that was quickly dismissed by the world's antidoping agency which said the athletes had been granted a medical exemption to take the drugs. law makers are taking aim at ticket botts. at a hearing in washington, they forced to pay scalpers thousands per ticket. producer of the hit musical hamilton called it computer rised cheater >> every time we put a new block of tickets on sale, they've invaded the ticket master system the second they went on sale and electronically purchased all of
the available inventory >> they passed a bill to prohibit the use of ticket software. it's awaiting a vote. it's a story we've been following, wells fargo accused of creating millions of fake accounts to meet sales goals, the bank announced it's cutting it's goals for its retail bankers. move comes as the company faces $185 million in fines, more than 5,000 employees have been fired. on the heels of safety concerns, surrounding the samsung galaxy note 7, new jersey transit is telling its passengers do not use those phones on its transportation. the safety advisory is urging customers not to use or even charge the mobile devices on board trains, busses, light rail vehicles or in stations. this comes after samsung recalled the phone following numerous reports the batters can explode causing fire.
the consumer product safety commission told all users to simply turn the phones off. users of apple products who are i equipped to download the latest software got a hit with a major bug that lest devices temporarily useless. some complained it bricked their iphones and i pads, blinking. they had to plug their devices into computers, connect to i opportunities and restore the system. kate bilo joins us with the forecast. we're looking at cooler temperatures as fall starts to kick in a little bit. >> the days are getting shorter. the sun is setting earlier. we can start to see a few leaves starting to change. a few leaves falling here and there. we just don't have the fall weather. it's been such a hot and steamy summer. >> one more 90 day. >> one more i'm hoping it's last one. >> i hoped last week's were the
last. that turned out to be wrong. i'm hoping as we trend toward highs in the 70's, our average high actually for today's date 79 gets less and less likely that we'll hit the 90's and we do have much more comfortable weather to look forward to. a look outside shows a beautiful evening. temperatures are dropping. not cool as the past couple nights. we'll see temperatures drop into the 60's and 70's across the region. again, it's not a chilly night but comfortable. and humidity still relatively low but it will spike back up as we head into the day tomorrow. your weather headline still got the summer heat in place. it is still summer few more days, then a fall feel. how long does that last? also we need the rain. desperately need rain. it could turn wet briefly this weekend. we'll talk more in a moment. stormscan 3 is completely clear, nothing going on. quiet day for us, as we zoom down to the south, here's an area of concern. it's spinning, taking on a tropical look off the coast of florida, georgia and carolinas.
that should stay to the south. this front. you see this down into portions of the mid south starting to head east. should keep any moisture from this system suppressed to the south and this is also what's going to usher in the cooler drier air we'll feel later on. a look at temperatures across our live neighborhood network, it's 70 in syncing spring at the wilson west middle school in kutztown. 69. 70 in blue bell and 68 in wrightstown at the maquire air force base. that front i just showed you is dividing the cool from the warm. 65 in witchita, 49 in south dakota. 58 in minneapolis and the warmth hanging on in philadelphia. as the fronts approaches we start to push in that hot humid air from the south and w the that's what we feel tomorrow. it's living on borrowed time. once the front sweeps through, we tap into the cool, dry
canadian air. tomorrow generally dry, this particular front doesn't have much with it. 3:00 p.m. maybe a shower towards the poconos, stray possibly tomorrow evening, up through the north and west suburbs. the clouds will start to clear early thursday morning. we'll end up with sunshine and a much cooler feel to the day. also lowering humidity. tomorrow's warm and steamy. not quite as hot as last week. certainly we've lived through worst. it's a hot day. 90, we're in the awesome range with humidity thursday and friday. saturday, just a little warmer and a little steamier but a nice start to september weekend. what we have to watch is this next front saturday into sunday. this will start to push in it's not a very organized system but you can see the green here indicating the chance for scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm mainly sunday afternoon and sunday evening. tonight, no showers to talk about here. mostly clear, milder than last night. 68 your low, tomorrow a mix of sun and clouds, hot and humid. hit 90 for the high, but again,
it's only one day. front comes through tomorrow. thursday, we'll see clouds, sun, cooler, less humid, a little bit of a breeze. 77 degrees. we start our friday at 56 for the morning low, 79 for daytime high friday. gold star. saturday warmer, sunday chance for showers in the afternoon and sunny and seasonal early next week. this forecast has something for the heat weather and a little bit of wet weather too which the grass would love if the grass were watching. >> open the windows right now. >> thanks, kate >> don bell is up with sports >> the phillies had one run lead against the pirates in the 9th inning then it happened. and find out what happened. also, what a fan crashed chip kelly's debut with the 49ers, you don't want to miss this. sports coming up next.
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a little rivalry happening. yeah, yeah, the newsroom will be rough. a lot of people going back and forth. two months before world war ii, the temple owls beat penn state. took them nearly 74 years to do it again. until last season. now, the cherry and white try to make it two in a row. saturday the two hook up at beaver stadium. a year ago temple shocked the football world with a convincing
17 point win. once again, the nittany lions are favored by nine points. here's what the coaches are saying about the match-up. >> it doesn't have any effect on this year's game at all. the only thing for me was just, you know, that last year's game was again just teaching our kids having them learn just to control. we can control this is how we play. >> you look at specifics to temple. you look at the history of the recent games obviously last game we're all aware of. that game is become more and more competitive. obviously, temple football program has improved dramatically over the last ten years. >> on to baseball. winning isn't everything. it's the only thing. unless it's mid september and you're out of the playoff hunt. they're 12 games out of the wild card remains of it's time evaluate you don't know talent. alec asher. four hits, pretty good. eighth, game tied at two, bases
load for freddy galvis, left center field. going back still going back. and goes down as a sack fly, rom roman quint. sean rodriguez with a buzz kill, a three-run shot and the phillies lose 5-3. chip kelly made his san francisco 49ers coaching debut. crushed the la rams by at any time. 28-0. the highlight of the game came from a fan who ran on the field. listen to kevin har lynn made the radio call on west wood one. >> some goofball takes off the shirt running down the middle by the 50. he's at the 30. he's bear chested and banking his chest run ankle runs the opposite way, the guy is drunk but there he goes. the 20, they're chasing him. not going to get him.
bear chested. somebody >> look out here comes >> they got him. >> here comes the blue coats >> they tackle him at the 40-year-old line. >> that was the most exciting thing to happen tonight. >> terrible. >> that is an all-timer. that call was phenomenonal. >> how about the players just like >> really? >> we've seen guys tackle >> they all just kind of let it play out >> let you deal with that. >> thank you, buddy.
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