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just as good because we have nice clear skies. chilly outside. you might find yourself turning on the heater on the way to work here this morning but thankfully worst of wind has tapered off. we are looking at full sunshine throughout the entire day to day and storm scan three is totally empty. don't you love when you love that. storm scan at a local level we have nice clear sky here and you can thank high pressure for that. high pressure brings very fair weather to the delaware valley and that is exactly what it is bringing to our area today. granted a chilly start because of that high, nice clear sky without any blanket of cloud cover will let these temperatures fall very easily, so you are below freezing in almost every location this morning, say for wildwood and philadelphia, at least of this slew of observations but even mid 20's in a couple spots. now, other flip side is at least what you see is what you get. so often we have had to do subtraction in our head for feels like value with that wind cranking but it is not. it feels like 30 in willow grove. still chilly.
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we gave you an a but we give you an a minus because it is chilly for the school day forecast. bright and sunny, have shade ready to go. would i suggest having winter coat at least initially but we will warm it up to about 60 degrees. tomorrow though things starting to a little bit downhill. it will be a warm day but eventually some showers, do start to hit the area radar and that comes courtesy of the next approaching storm system. much more on the track of that and how it will a affect us with the timing, affect any commute, all later in the show. >> we now no, we need rain, katie. >> that is right. >> no one wants to hear it. >> good morning, if you you are just waking up with us so glad you are here grabbing your first cup of coffee. things are looking g we are seeing roadways heat up now. blue route headlights from the southbound direction near baltimore pike past route one looking g still traveling at posted speed but you can see steady stream of headlights new basically what we are seeing for the most party in where we look this morning.
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202 headlights in the north bound direction past chesterbrook boulevard you can see what it looks like here. steady stream of headlights here. looking at vine one of the areas we take a peak at headlights moving in the westbound direction toward the schuylkill. you can see both moving in the the westbound and eastbound direction looking fairly busy. if you are at home right now thinking you might want to leave sometime soon new would be a good time to do it as we are heating up. construction reminders north broad street, between jfk and spring garden street lane closures overnight here 7:00 p.m. through 5:00 a.m. until late may. make note of. that overnight construction i will tell but in 15, jim, over to you. another young victim of philadelphia violence. >> this time police found a 14 year-old boy shot in the back in west philadelphia. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch joins us from police headquarters as investigators are looking for that gunman but note i have too, justin, good morning. >> reporter: erika and jim, good morning. police got that teen to presbyterian where his
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condition is extremely critical. meantime investigators are on two scenes in west philadelphia, one on simpson where shots were fired. a second on 60th and vine where that teen was found. also too they are trying to figure out if this teen was the target or if he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. >> based on ballistics evidence we know at least eight shots were fired from semiautomatic weapons. we found eight spent shell casings on the highway in the 200 block of north simpson street. >> reporter: teen's condition described as extremely critical. that single shot to his back, one of the many fired. 9:25 tuesday night, came report of the shots fired in west philadelphia, 19th district police were dispatched. >> upon police arrival they found a 14 year-old victim laying on the highway suffering from a single will gunshot wound to his back. police transported him to presbyterian hospital. >> reporter: early into the investigation detectives have a list of questions, in need
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of answers. >> we do not have a motive for the shooting, we don't have a description of a shooter, or shooters. we're not even certain at this time if the 14 year-old victim was the intended target or if he was hit with a stray bullet. >> reporter: as you heard many pieces to this puzzle this morning the teen shot in the back just once is 14 years old, still fighting for his life at presbyterian. the his condition extremely critical, next step for police will be to return to that scene and seek out surveillance video that might give them a glimpse of the suspect or suspects in this case. jim and erika, back over to you. >> thanks, justin. police are also searching for gunman who sent a man to the hospital, in critical condition. police tell us that man was shot three times and then dropped off at mercy hospital by a car. it happened around 10:30 last night inside a home in the 800 block of cecil street in cobbs
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creek. if you have any information you are asked to call police. large crowd gathered at the scene of the deadly hit and run in pennsauken, new jersey to remember their friend. sixteen year-old contract son turn are was on his way home when he was hit and left to die on the route 130 and forty-ninth street. up investigators say the case was going cold until a call came in from the niece and passenger in a car driven by this woman 450 year-old susan hyland of beverly, new jersey. turner's family is grateful for the call. >> now their family is going flaw something because of her actions and that 19 year-old that called the cops, for us, i bless her. i thank her for that. >> hyland faces a list of charges including leaving the scene of the the fatal accident and driving with a suspended license. and new to a story that could make your jaw drop a group of very young children caught on cameras foul mouthed and violent on a septa train. "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon has the video.
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>> reporter: language is so offensive, we cannot broadcast it. the alleged aggressors so young we cannot show you their faces. >> when you watch that video, as a parent and as a human being, your alarmed for well-being of those children. >> reporter: video fridays an incident evening of march 24th that shows who police say are four boys likely just six to seven years old, cursing, hitting, and at one point even spitting at a passenger. police say kid got on at second and market and got off at york and dauphin which is when you hear other passengers ask the adult with the group in she's going to intervene. the allege victim has posted video on facebook and said he started recording after after kid a parentally slapped another woman. tuesday we showed to it some passengers on the market el line. >> i was taken back. we live in baltimore, you
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know, certainly we have our share of criminal stuff but i have never seen anything like that with children of that age. >> reporter: it is exactly that, their young ages that have septa a police so concern. >> this isn't a case where we will break down their door and dragging them out in little handcuffs. that is not the goal. the goal, it is to get them help. >> reporter: chief nest. l said they have tried to reach out to the victim or poster of the video several times but has not heard back. we too made attempts but were unsuccessful. reporting from olde city remarks hell sol machine for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". septa tracked down the group of kids and connect them with social services. meanwhile fans of the villanova wildcats are getting ready for this weekend's final four in houston. >> now before the big game they are grabbing their villanova gear, book store at villanova's campus was over run with fans yesterday grabbing hats, t-shirts and anything they could find to cheer on their wildcats. ville know of last made it to the final four in 2009 and they won their only title back
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in 1985. the store manager tells us, what he still has left. >> we have t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, hats, we also have pennants, flags, car details, stuff that commemorates this. >> very nice. >> in our next half an hour our jan carabao will join us with the fun of the final four and hopefully the national champs. welshing still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning they were poisoned in paradise and now the delaware family sickened and nearly killed by a toxic pesticide while vacationing in the virgin island will get compensate forward their ordeal. just released offer night results from the first ever safety test on car headlights. many of the results they are not good. find out if your vehicle is safe.
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lantern festival will light up the squire for seven weeks. visitors can expect performances, chinese dragon and illuminated flower displays. another birthday gift will make it to the park fountain.
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>> historic fill will be creating a permanent fountain show, in our historic olde district for functioning water fountain in the united states. >> that is a mouthful. >> yes. >> city is donating ten trees to the new park. it is great day to check it out. supposed to be nice and sunny. >> always a great park. you always see kid there, day care providers bring the kid over there the nice place to visit, right kate. >> so true. you said it. great day for it. looking like a perfect playground day whether you are able to get in the city or out in the suburbs head out to one of the parks if you can. it is looking like a great day. i want to take you through month of april and expectations when it comes to temperature readings. generally speaking as we zero in it is looking like a relatively above average month. it will not start out that way, but eventually that will catch up to us. so if you are craving more warmth, i necessity a lot of you are, at least initially you will to have bear with me through some cool weather news
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for first weekend of april. for new we are warming things up here before this gets here. this is beginning of our next storm system. and actually area have low pressure witt, core of energy will bypass us to the north with the cold front that sweeps through is what will deliver our next shot for wet weather and send temperatures on a nest dive. for now bright sunshine, nice day, lighter wind, feels g60 degrees. we will take it. later tonight only 46. it is not as chilly as we are currently but we will stay nice and clear as courtesy of that high pressure system. looking ahead tomorrow, continuing that rebound lower 07's both tomorrow and friday for that matter. however we will be sitting in the warm sector of the storm system so i would say toward night fall watch for a couple showers to dot the area radar. friday looks soggy, unfortunately rain at times, heavy round of rain, too. we could have an inch of precipitation in some spots, behind that cold front though, yep, temperatures take a dive, at best in the 40's, by sunday, that will be a chill. that is winter-like territory
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and i know we are starting off month of april but that could be a weird month with a lot of extreme. we will see how we do but we are looking ahead, down the road to a warming trend. so, you know, bear with me through chilly weather for first few days it is spring. >> yes. >> as long as there is no snow i'm happy. >> yes. right. >> don't bring me the to the dark side. >> good morning, i'll tell what you roadways are looking good. i spoke too soon. we have an accident there, good news is the minor ones. i will touch base in a bit. we are dealing with the construction. the most has moved out of the way. this is a really good stretch where i will show you moving through schuylkill roosevelt boulevard moving in the southbound direction. you can see how busy things are looking as we have pushed in that 6:00 o'clock hour. good news if you are still traveling at posted speed on the roosevelt boulevard, however, with that being said, you probably won't be for that much longer. you can see plenty of vehicles out there and once you get out
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to the schuylkill moving westbound direction this is what it is looking like. jump on the schuylkill, brake lights, overall though you just a few minutes ago traveling at posted speed and handful of minutes later this is how many vehicles are on the roadway. i-95 south at cottman same story here looking very busy in new jersey, 42 freeway north bound also looking busy. overall, if you are thinking of leaving your homes do it the now, jim, over to you. >> thanks, meisha. headlights are one of the most basic parts of the the car and essential to preventing crashes. >> insurance institute for highway safety tested headlights on numerous mid sized cars and rated their performance and surprising this is first time it is happening. we have just got results overnight. thirty-one mid sized cars were tested and toyota prius z is clear winner with the best headlights rating. prius z was only car to earn a good rating when, upgraded to include led lights and high beam assist. >> over half of the fatal crash that he is occur every year occur at night, dusk or
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dawn. helping drivers see the road better at nice can help cut into those death ape injuries. now bmw three series, headlights, they have got the lowest scoring point on the system. the institute says that while most headlights, need improvement, drivers already have a key tool to improve their visibility, high beams, but recent study shows drivers rarely used them. i use them because you don't want to be that jerk on the road blinding the person in front of you. >> mine are just the eye issue. still ahead why police captain is suing elton john. also bathroom bill backlash, debate that is taking over the north carolina governor's race and how several big companies are reacting. that is coming up next. i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine,
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terminex is ordered to pay ten million-dollar for using a toxic pesticide that nearly killed a delaware family while they were vacationing in the u.s. virgin island. justice department said that terminex was charged with illegally using methylbromide at 13 residents, and at one resort in the u.s. virgin island. terminex has agreed to pay the fine and says it has stopped using pesticide in the u.s. and its territories, last year steven edmond and his wife teresa divine and their two teen to agers got sick while staying at a resort in saint john's. the debate over a new state law that opponents say discriminates against gay, lesbian, by sexual and trand gendered people is taking over
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the north carolina's governor's race. last night hundreds of people protested that law. don champion has more on the growing fall out. >> reporter: as protest grow the governor and attorney general of north carolina are caught in the war of word. >> discrimination is wrong, period. >> reporter: tuesday the state's top lawyer and democratic candidate for governor roy cooper refused to defend a new law that limit protections for lgbt people against a challenge in federal court. law also requires transgender people to use bathrooms that match the gender on their birth certificate. >> not only is this new law an actual embarrassment, it will set north carolina's economy back if we don't repeal it. >> reporter: last night the republican governor who is running for reelection responded in a video posted on line. >> as a state attorney he cannot select which laws he will defend and which laws are
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politically expedient to refuse to deeven if. >> reporter: outside of the political showdown the state faces growing condemnation over the law, tuesday leaders of the 80 big businesses, apple and mark suck areberg from facebook signed a letter for the law to be repealed. city of charlotte is, also being challenge by atlanta over plans to host next years nba all-star game. don champion for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". still ahead this morning, j lo brings a little spanish flare to her car pool car yoke toy james corden. >> ♪ >> it is too much. had hear from lopez like you have never seen her before,
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even rocking from jenny from the block and talks romance with james corden. >> and authenticate i, it is cold and she's track something rain. >> the eventual rain, but not today, don't worry about dusting off umbrella just yet but i will tell you what you have to do, we have soggy weather in the forecast and i'll tell you when coming up.
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♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> jenny from the block riding shotgun for new installment of car pool karaoke with the late, late the show with james corden. >> that is not the only song that j lo belted out with james corden. >> ♪ >> love may not cost a thing but she sure does fall in love a lot. she got personal and told james corden that she loves romance but she's not a dater. she prefers being in a relationship.
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>> so many good roman particular. i have had amazing proposals. >> what has been the best one. >> i have been married a couple times. still trying to get it right. >> is what the best proposal. >> i don't want to compare one to the other they are all spectacular. >> and then there is some guys that asked me to marry them that were good but i said no. >> how many proposals total are we at, five, three, four. >> i have been married three times i have been proposed to five times. >> five proposals, how do you say no. >> you just say no. >> straight up no. >> no, this isn't right. >> that is a difficult dinner a after that one isn't it. >> catch late night show with james corden every week night right here on cbs-3. >> oh, jenny. >> i didn't get to watch the show because i was asleep. >> dvr, yes. >> those are so funny. love car pool karaoke.
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>> more entertainment news, l.a. police captain, he is suing elton john for sexual harassment. the officer says that the singer repeatedly groped him while working off-duty as john's body guard in 2014. statement from the singer's camp calls it patently untrue. coming up in the next half an hour here on "eyewitness news" big reversal on the g.o.p. pledge on the campaign trail. plus hijacker's selfie why i a passenger held hostage on egypt air flight is smiling with the man who hijack the plane, jan. erika and jim, somehow i got the my hand on this sold out villanova a mens basketball team final four shirts, coming up, next time you can get your hand on this sold out gear and look at all a of the excitement now building on campus, hit it. >> ♪
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good morning, check this out if you can just a gorgeous sunrise, a chilly start tour day but we are warming up later on and then there is big changes ahead but just looking at that makes me happy, katie. >> yes, sunny day. >> as it should. >> today is a quiet day and it is warmer, eventually, it is chilly right new but it will warm up from when it was the last couple of days. we don't have wind any more. >> look at the that. >> stunning. >> find your nearest east facing window and head there right now. lovely sunrise underway and eventually change we are talk about are a cool down and wet weather that we will have have. >> yes. >> so lets just take a deep breath in and even eye this view. >> yes. >> love it. >> yes. >> it sure does go down smoothly. you don't have to have a winter coat on if you want it to go down smoothly today. what you see is what you get
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on the thermometer. you don't just factor in the wind chill but bright, blue skies and such beautiful colors over the horizon. that will stick here throughout the day. storm scan three quiet as can be, all courtesy of high pressure. the as we look at what the current conditions are right now, yeah, depending where you are, it is awfully cold despite that calm wind. you are well below freezing in atlantic city, mount pocono, one of the coldest spots of the pack right now and mostly the suburbs are in the freezing temperatures at this hour. here's my advice walk out with the winter coat. you might be able to shed it later on. have the layers, in other word ready to go but bright wall to wall sunshine, the spectation in the resort towns, certainly in the city and city is where we will warm it backup to 60 degrees. so it is definitely starting to rebound on the thermometer but just a pleasant, spring day, that is just your head lines for the day here, other than the chill we are starting off with and eventually, again, big changes on the way in the form of rain and
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another set up for chill, meisha. my advice enjoy it while you got it, right. >> that is it. enjoy it while you have it. we will have plenty of sunshine. the great news before that rain trickles in on friday. good morning. what you are looking at behind me is schuylkill at spring garden, just a beautiful hot shot as you head toward, center city absolutely gorgeous. still traveling at posted speed here. you can see plenty of vehicles on the red ways and we are seeing a lot of the area you are starting to slow down. the less than posted speed at this point. we can expect that as we push towards our rush hour, you can see this right here. this is schuylkill westbound at city avenue, another point on the schuylkill plenty of brake lights where we are no longer traveling at posted speed once you get off the boulevard southbound. once we see this all of the main highways and interstates they are slowly starting to heat up now. heed warning, get outside on the roadways sooner rather than later unless you can wait until the entire rush passes you by. it will get slower and slow.
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i-95 south at girard in longer traveling at posted speeds as well. we are slowing down. we have two accidents out there i want to talk to you about. valley forge, collins road at route 422 is one of them. use your best discretion because it will get slow around here. another accident northeast philadelphia, torresdale neighborhood academy at outlook avenue. two accidents. beware of. that it is slowing down. now back over to you. man who hijack an egypt airplane appeared in court in this morning. authorities described him as psychologically unstable, and said he hijack the plane because he had an argument with his ex-wife. but it is really this selfie right here taken with the suspect that has everyone talking this morning. twenty-six year-old ben evenes walk up to the alleged hijackes and asked to take a selfie. texting and tweeting to it all of his friend. now fortunately the situation ended peacefully and authorities arrested mustafa. final three republican candidates are back ago way from a pledge to support the party nominee as don champion
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reports the comments come as donald trump maintains he is sticking by his embattled campaign manager who is a accused of simple assault. >> reporter: week before wisconsin presidential primary donald trump is taking back his vow to support g.o.p. eventual nominee. >> no, i don't. >> you don't. >> we will see who it is. >> trump's turn around came during a town hall in the state where he is lock in the tight race with ted cruz. cruz and rival john kasich did not hide their thoughts on the possibilities of a trump nomination. >> i think nominating donald trump would be an absolute train wreck. >> if the nominee is somebody i think is really hurting country and deriding the country, i cannot stand behind him report report trump navigated behind a tumultuous day after his campaign manager corry lewandowski was charged with simple battery for allegedly grabbing the arm of the female reporter earlier this month. trump questioned the reporter's account. >> she didn't fall to the ground, she wasn't dragged to
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the ground. i stick up for people and i don't want to ruin somebody's life. >> reporter: democratic front runner hillary clinton says the incident speaks volumes. >> he is like a political arsonist. he has set some fires and then people have acted in ways that i think are deplorable. >> reporter: her rival bernie sanders is making a hard play for wisconsin's 96 delegates. two candidates agreed on another debate next month ahead of the new york primary. don champion for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, final four tips off this weekend in houston and the villanova wildcats will be there. >> to they have not gone this far since 2009 and they have not won in american 30 years but, "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao joins us from the villanova campus with the fun for the final four. we are pumped for villanova, good morning. >> reporter: erika and jim, good morning. everyone here is certainly having a good feeling about this team don't we, guys.
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we have got the villanova pep land, we have the cheerleaders, here and everyone is pumped up and ready for this weekend's final four game. we have maryann donnelly the pep ban director here just to talk about the excitement she has seen on campus and you guys have had awesome seats, what has it been like for you. >> it has been crazy. we get back from gains and my professor will be like how is the game. best day of my life. it has happened for three consecutive weekend. we got to go to so many cool places and being that close to the axis amaze. >> reporter: we have to ask because the cameras are on you guys all the time during the highs and the lows do you have to process that poker face. >> last year we were more aware of how focused the cameras are. i think more we are making sure our energy is up, get goofy, we do dances to our songs. i think we have been getting more creative but poker face
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aspect is more, we are just out there to have fun and we want everyone to see us having fun. >> reporter: what do you think chances are for this weekend, they lost to oklahoma in this season during quite a lot what do you think. >> they are definitely a good team and buddy mildest terrifying but i think this team can go far and i am feeling good about this year good they will leave soon and get on the plane but i want to show you this, before we hear from them. this i somehow got my hand on the sold out t-shirt. this is the villanova final four t-shirt. it is sold out. next ship. is coming in tomorrow at some point. i hear maybe early afternoon but i cannot say for sure. they are getting 600 of these shirts in, for sale, going fast, so if you want them they are still avail knowledge a. i will let the ban play out to get you in the mood for final four action on saturday, hit it, you guys. >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> my hand off to the guy playing the trombone with the funny mustache. >> any college kid getting up before 7:00 credit to them all. >> i wand her will get that shirt. the those are a hot commodity. >> good luck, good luck. >> lets get nova nation. thanks so much, jan. our leslie van arsdal has been with the wildcats for every step of the journey to the final four. leslie's live reports from houston start tomorrow on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" asville neff gets ready for saturday's game with the oklahoma sooners. here's a question would you pay four million-dollar for a pair of sneakers. >> no, not a chance. we should look at them first see what we are buying. there they are, dwayne wade sneaker features several hundred carat of white diamond
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pieces and blue sapphires set in 18 carat gold. this will raise money for charity sold like shoe soul for soles to stop povertity through the collection and distribution of shoes and clothing. i can think of so many other things. >> well, good cause but i will say minute you said shoes, meisha's ears perked up. she looked over at the video. >> yes. >> what now, diamonds on shoes. >> yes. >> can't say i blame you. they are beautiful. well, coming up, giving a better life to cancer patient was a little yarn and stuffing. >> i have something that was hand made with love to put right next to their heart. >> what inspires this group to grab their needles and help in this weeks story of brotherly love. the national park service is celebrating 100 years and you don't to have go far to visit one. we will talk about the most popular parks and how some family members can get in for free coming up.
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we are walking on sunshine, erika's last day on the morning show, sadness but also joy as we bid farewell to our friend. >> i'm glad mother nature has given us a nice sunrisey called for that. >> thank you.
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welcome back. for the the last ten years monday nights have been meaningful nights at the conshohocken free library any montgomery county. >> as "eyewitness news" anchor jessica dean shows that is where a team of volunteers are giving their all to charity. >> reporter: their latest project is for cancer patients an ingenious gift that will make many of those patients
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feel whole. meet the midnights armed with needles and, yarn coming to the rescue of everyone from babies to grown ups. >> it is just a lot of charity work that is going on all the time. >> reporter: that is peggy o'neill, she started the group ten years ago, now up to 40 tonighters and others meeting every monday night at 6:30 begin tours expert. is her big black it for the charity project lun the us. >> for teenagers because they are big ones, not baby ones. >> most people don't want to dot big ones. >> reporter: looking around the room you will see baby hats destine for pediatric ward, prayer shaws for those who need comfort, new project, shaped like a breast, stuffed with fiber fill for women who have under gone mastectomies. laura knew people who could use them. >> we brought it to the group, group agreed and everybody is making them. >> reporter: this is going to the breast center of the
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suburban community hospital. this is a nurse navigator there. >> they are soft, light, washable. they fit right in the pocket of the prosthetic bras. it is something hand made with love, to put right next to their heart. >> reporter: they welcome new members, they have yarn, and needles for new byes. >> they are rang beginner. we will fit them with somebody who can show them. >> anybody new coming in they are so welcoming and they are famous throughout conshohocken. >> putting so much into their community and giving so much back. >> reporter: small army of warm hearts to get in touch, go to our web site at cbs jessica dean, cbs-3 eyewitness naus. >> special program. >> indeed, i love knitting. katie, what does it look like out there. >> not bad, chilly but wind has tapered off and that is what we're finding with white ines wet ther watcher reports. difficult want to start off with a beautiful picture that came in to us. this is one of the stock pictures we tend to get from
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phil. he has a web camera outside his best in chestnut hill but look at the beautiful trees in bloom. so lovely with septa rolling right through the shot. i love. that lets go take a look at the map here. i want to show you observations, we have a lot of 20's showing up out there this morning and it is interesting we will zero in new castle county where delores checking in from newark, nice clear skies, no wind whatsoever and it is cold at 5 degrees, and she's seeing frost, not digging the it either. she that it we were done with that but a taste of winter out there will folks before we are all said and done. going further to the northeast and check in with mark. he has seen a nice clear sky in mount laurel. 26 degrees. burr, that says it all, right. now again not too much win. what you see is what you get on that thermometer but would i suggest, dress nothing layers. chilly start to the day, john checking in as well in yardley pa with nice clear skies this morning, and 31 degrees. it is a cold start. eventually we will track our next storm system at the moment it is still up over the
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northern high planes getting its act together. main core of the storm will bypass us to the north but we will see a cold front drape through our area and bringing witt next round of wet weather. with that said high pressure keeping nice control of the forecast here today, beautiful spring day, and then, we will sit basically in the warm sector of the storm tomorrow, late in the day especially at night, a couple of showers dotting the area radar. but we will hit 70's for thursday and friday and then cold front crosses through. we will see period of rain pick up. that could happen anytime, throughout the day friday. so saturday, cooling it back down in the wake of the system. despite fact that we see sun return for both saturday and sunday it is chilly. on sunday especially probably not going to break out of the 40's. >> it looks that way. it is chilly. so we will take sunshine today and most certainly, back to the sunglasses. we are dealing with summer slow downs. we are looking at the schuylkill headlights moving in the eastbound direction where we will get most of the
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sun glare moving in the eastbound direction. between 202 and blue route you can see this is what we're looking at. still almost traveling at posted speeds but not quite, everything is dipping out. so get out there right now, i wouldn't be waiting unless you wait through your rush. we can see that sunshine right here, giving you a beautiful shot, bird eye view of the vine at i-95. these travelers jumping off ben franklin bridge making your way through center city. ben franklin bridge beautiful shot now that the sunnies up you can see the westbound direction not looking too bad, looking good there. we have an accident here in valley forge, collins road and 422 and another one in northeast philadelphia, torresdale neighborhood academy road and outlook avenue make note of. that two accidents out there and we are slowing it down this wednesday morning. jim, over to you. thanks very much, meisha. 6:49. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning. gayle king joins us live from new york with the preview, good morning, gayle. >> jim, i can fill you in, always good to see you but where is erika. >> i'm's here, no worries.
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>> today is her last day. >> hi erika. >> hi, erika. >> now all is right with the world. donald trump defend his campaign manager after being charged with battery. we will talk to john dickerson about the impact on the race. unprecedented new report that questions the effectiveness of most headlights, and the only car with the top ranking, what is that? and is what difference between a 10-dollar and a $110 eye cream other than the price? we will look into what the anti aging products really do for you, the news is back in the morning. we will see new ten minutes and counting. erika, back to you. >> we will be watching, gayle. >> okay, jim, thank you. if you are taking a look right now at some of the most visited national parks listed right there of course, big year for our parks, national park service is celebrating 100 anniversary. from the tremendous flower show to the imax film at franklin institute our area
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has gotten taste of what it is like to travel to these majestic places. it is inspiring to you vice tonight person what should you know before you go? janet tidwell with triple a mid-atlantic is here with advice on how to take that road trip. so great to see you thank you for joining us. >> happy to be here. >> huge year 100 anniversary looking to get out to the national park this summer where do you start with the planning. >> you definitely want to map your route first, take advantage of the discounts you see along the way, restaurants, hotels, a trackses, even national park has those which we will talk about in a minute. >> making sure you get discounts. is there a tremendous one if you have a fourth grader, listen up. >> absolutely, every kid in the park, it is a program, initiated by president obama. if you have a fourth grader that fourth grader a and his and her family are annual pass that goes the entire year of fourth grade, september through august, you can vice i had as many national parks as you want. >> that is tremendous. >> wonderful.
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>> it is a great way to explore. >> the fan favorite you might call them yesemite and grand canyon get most visitors every year. what is it about those two parks that people flock to them. >> they are as you said majestic. you see a mile deep can john over 9 million people visit grand canyon every year. is there something there for everybody when want a guided tour, drive yourself, take a mule ride down to the bottom of the canyon, hike, water raft, there is so much for everybody. >> there is great looks right there in our own backyard too. >> we take it for granted, national historical parks this year, ellis island up in new jersey and new york. there is so much right here in our own backyard. >> what is your favorite? if you had a chance to go, third grader planning a trip too what do you think stand out. >> we might look to california. i think that would be great to be able to take the kid out there. >> very nice. >> when you are planning these trips and looking ahead you mentioned discounts, restaurants and all. that how should you set up an
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itinerary. >> you want to first and foremost look at your hotel stay. some national parks have limited hotel a veil built on site so you want to book that first and take advantage of the any discounts that might apply there at the hotel. you definitely want to have your car road trip ready. so many of these national parks have over 400 throughout the country are within driving distance and lower gas prices are making that more affordable option for families good absolutely. if you are at home thinking i will camper i don't do that there is so much more to parks than camping and hiking. >> if you want to water raft, mule rides, and then, so much learning, so much historical knowledge that is there. again, so much right here in our own backyard that we take for granted. >> this is year to do it. >> absolutely. >> thanks, erika. >> we will be right back.
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well, if you have not seen new citizen of the universe check out a baby bald eagle born yesterday morning. we were watching the two eggs in a nest in hanover, york county for a while will now this within has hatched, mom and dad have taken turns caring for new baby and searching for food. they are a pair of dedicated parents. >> we will see one fly away and then what are they doing, and then moment later they fly right in. >> yes. >> want to give you live picture from the pennsylvania gaming commission there you go talk in for the morning. we are waiting for the appearance of the new little
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brother or sister and it could be any moment now. a mace to go see those eagles and new babe there i congratulations mom and poppa eagle. >> so sweet. >> look at that feathers were ruffled from the win, now nice and calm. >> everybody is calmed down now and we are looking ahead to a couple rain chances. don't worry about it. tomorrow, second half of the day toward night mall chances start to climb and friday, forget bit, you will need rain gear. it will be a soggy day, rain periods moving through. by saturday we will clear things out here. temperatures taking a bit of the nose dive by that point and the two really mild day coming up, of course, wetest days of the forecast for friday as i mentioned and then by week even we are dropping back down to the 50's and 40's at best by sunday but at least at that point sun will have made a return appearance and today looks like a lovely one. >> hure does. speaking of sunshine. look at this, katie, it is gorgeous. delaware county i-95 north at
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452, talk about slowing down you are driving slow. a lot of places moving in the eastbound direction. this is looking okay delaware county but where you are slowing down i-95 south at girard looking slow, and in loaning traveling at posted speeds by the y. as you know today is erika's last day she's getting married and decided to leave to us move closer to family. >> yes, sad day for me, bitter sweet. it has been so special being here for five and a half years. for everyone at home thank you so much for opening yourself up and watching us every day. it means so much to be part of your family and your routine. best way to say good bye toys say thank to you everybody here at the station. i adore you and i feel so blessed to know you all and have you in my life. i can get to stay up. >> best way to say good bye is federal doughnuts, hot right off the shelf. >> feeling is so mutual. >> absolutely. >> great blast beautiful
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