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calling operation southern district. the the investigation seized an estimated 85,000 street dollars worth of drugs, including heroin, crack cocaine and marijuana as well as four guns, three vehicles and more than $11,000 cash. camden county police chief says officer bailey a alerted dealers and gang members a across south jersey suburbs feeding them confidential police information. >> particularly, accessing police reports, to trying to glean intelligence from her relatives and co confederates in the conspiracy, to running tags and things of that nature. >> reporter: they visited bailey a's home on get her side of the story but friend and family refused to comment and told to us leave. meanwhile police say they are investigation is far from over. >> there are still many more stones to be unturned, to be turned over, in this investigation. >> reporter: drug ring may have roots here in camden but it stretches far into the south jersey suburbs.
we're talking to the gloucester township police chief, coming up at 6:00. but for now we are live in camden noel mcclaren for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you very much. other news from camden county tonight this house fire, the the causes under investigation at this point. chopper three over the the scene earlier this afternoon it was crestmont terrace in collinswood, where the fire quickly reached two alarms with heavy smoke and fire coming from the second and third floors of the home, there are no reports of any injuries. in philadelphia, police hope that this new surveillance video we will leave them to two suspects wanted for shooting and beating in queen village. now this video shows man and woman approaching victim at second and carpenter on saturday, and would the man then hits the victim with the baseball bat abe then the man shoots the victim in the leg as he tries to get a away. again, police need your help if you recognize these suspect you are asked to give them a call. it is a hard to believe but two years after super
storm sandy roared a shore some residents in new jersey are still recovering, and still waiting for funding. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan is live in toms river where officials are getting a firsthand look at this ongoing recovery efforts, cleve. >> reporter: good evening, there is a very much an active recovery still happening at the jersey shore, we know there are billion dollars worth of projects for preventing future coast aal flooding and is there a billion dollars ear mark in the pipeline for fixing up homes a lot of that work is underway but as we saw today, it is still a work in progress. >> actually a few hardest years of our life i will say that. >> reporter: two-year old the lorenzo family had no idea how a weather event was about to change their entire lives. >> we're not in the water. >> reporter: even more shock together flood damage to their toms river home has been process to rebuild. >> i was saying three months, maybe it will be another three months, and then, you know,
three months and it has been two years. >> reporter: they have almost reached the light at the end of the tunnel. marry path christie stopped by lorenzo's nearly complete home to put on finishing touches and say welcome. >> where will we put this. >> reporter: what many sandy survivors volunteer a charitable donations help lorenzo's, this is 100 home completed through methodist church's a future with hope program. >> we continue to need people to be engage and involved because this will be another three or four years in terms of what the recovery here is in new jersey. we have thousands of people out of their hems. >> reporter: frustrated homeowners protested the governor's anniversary tour, following reconstruction program sluggish and mismanaged. >> shameful report report governor says concerns are legitimate but addressing 365,000 damage are destroyed home in the state, takes a long time. >> you know, it takes a long time and for anybody in the back in their home yet they will be incredibly frustrated. i understand that. but we can only go as fast as
we can go. >> reporter: neighbor tell thus toms river home has been in some sort have of phase of construction or repair for about two years since the the storm and that is a common theme throughout the shore area we understand that by the spring though money that is coming down from the federal government should be awarded to all of the people who have applied. we're live, i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cleve, thank you. where were you two years ago during hurricane sandy? join the conversation by connecting with us on facebook and you can tweet us using the hash tag cbs-3 chat. it is another mild day outside but things where to take a turn, our meteorologist kathy orr live the on the sky deck tracking some showers, that are in the area kathy? >> chris, this is steady yes, sir rain i have seen the entire afternoon here in center city philadelphia steady showers and glummy conditions could slow down the evening rush just because of the wet roads but it will be moving through rather quickly. take a look at storm scan three as we track the the showers, in and out of the delaware valley.
you can see along i-95 corridor some steady showers and a few lingering behind through allentown and also reading. the clouds shield is also not that far behind, as well, in philadelphia we are seeing consistent rain that moving into south jersey through city where we see darker green color that is where we're seeing the the pockets of some heavier rain. that blue line shows us where the cloud shield is, clearing skies, behind it, and so during the evening and overnight will be able to see that clearing from west to east. temperatures have tumbled significantly today, the high at 1:00 p.m. 70 degrees, just a great afternoon. by 2:00, 66. within two hours, 3:00 o'clock a 10-degree dive at 60. 54 degrees at 4:00 p.m. now we are looking at 54 and steady for 59:00 o'clock hour. millville, milder where we have not seen cool air moving in just yet, wildwood the same but it is 48 in the poconos where a cold front has already moved through. so our first forecast shows a chance of the few showers by 7:00.
mostly cloudy at 9:00. cooling in the mid 50's with some breaks in the clouds by 11:00 o'clock. here we are coming up temperatures continuing to tum from this point on. we will update the halloween forecast for your trick or treaters and also show you the wintry weekend that is ahead. i'll see you later in the broadcast with all those details. >> stay dry kathy, thanks very much. is there new video tonight of the rocket explosion from virginia. it was taken by by a south jersey high school student there to witness the lawn watch his classmates. they never expect things would go so terribly wrong. those students from ocean city high school had a science experiment on board this doomed rocket. they say setback has not diminished their enthusiasm for science. our carol erickson has their store friday ocean city. >> reporter: unman rocket 14 stories tall carried heavy cargo and a small tube of ocean city high school science. >> we counted down five, four,
three. everybody counting down. >> reporter: nasa backward counting right along, all was fine. >> and we have lift off. >> reporter: until it wasn't second later. rocket exploded this ocean city high school video of the catastrophic launch shows that everything, supplies and their bacteria experiment headed for the international space station turned into a raining fireball over wallops island virginia right other send laura bauersock. >> we all jumped back. >> reporter: she worried first about people. >> we all just started crying. >> reporter: but with everyone safe only then did she and 20 other ocean city high school students and supporters at the launch think about the tube, like this one, one her physics class got on the rocket, three chambers of a vial will salad mix. >> distilled water and lettuce and there is equal bacteria. >> reporter: formaldehyde on the other end high school experiment had a loft i purpose. >> bad bacteria going to behave in space will they
attach to our astronauts and how will they affect them. >> reporter: despite fiery setback they have been promised the next rocket launch that could develop space savvy antibiotics for astronauts. >> we can always redevelop it and i hope that the people of nasa won't lose heart. >> reporter: keeping on even from explosive setbacks the core of science at nasa or high school. in ocean city, carol erickson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". what went wrong? investigators and private company behind the rocket launch orbital sciences are vowing to find out. the rocket was carrying a castle full of experiments and equipment for the international space station. vice-president of orbital sciences is warning residents to avoid the wreckage. >> to find anything that wash's shore in the local area, cat local authorities and definitely do not touch it. >> reporter: nast was able to successfully launch its own rock this morning so space station will get on supplies. if you want to learn more about the rocket explosion and see that dramatic video again, including the video from the
ocean city student go to our web site at cbs philly.com. philadelphia police are searching for person who ripped off a beer distributor in bridesberg, that suspect got in through a rear cement wall and once inside went to the counter and grabbed cash, plus some ipads this happened on october 18th at salmon beer distributor on aramingo avenue. suspect left the property through the same opening in that rear wall. police in moorestown burlington county are searching for a man exposed himself to children on a school bus. this happened around 7:45 yesterday morning at morton landing and westfield roads. at the time of the incident police say suspect was driving a gray car possibly an acura or honda. if you have any information, call police. septa riders are preparing for what could be a strike that could announced within the next few days. that strike would affect buses, subways or trolleys but not the regional rail lines. negotiations do continue tonight between septa and its
transport workers union. those workers have been without a contract since the spring and one big sticking point is over pensions. septa believes its offers have been more than generous, union leaders say riders will get at least 24 hours notice before a strike begins. work is underway to revive a long vacant shopping center in clementon, camden county, these 3 acres along the white horse pike were once home to a department store and a supermarket. developers there are now transforming the site to include 205 town houses, walking trails and small businesses. it will be called the lee wood village at rowan pond. the first phase of 49 houses are now expected to be finished by next summer. still to come on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at 5:00 new details about the nurse who demanded she be taken out of ebola quarantine in new jersey, why she says she will not obey orders, to isolate herself. pope francis and big bang
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to west africa to fight the virus. nurse casey hick cox is clear to challenge her quarantine in maine if the state does not change its policy by tomorrow. new jersey governor chris christie defended his decision to quarantine her when she arrived in newark from west africa. >> we have a policy that we have established friday that we have have been implementing since that time. we will continue to implement that policy no matter what resistance we get from anyone. if the cdc had shown appropriate leadership governors wouldn't ab adopting the policy that reled on. >> new poll shows a whooping 80 percent of americans want people returning to the u.s. from west africa to be quarantined, until it is termed they're bowl a free. here's more now from correspondent omar villafranca. >> reporter: president obama thanks doctors and health care work hours joined the fight against ebola in west africa. >> they make huge sacrifice toes protect this country they
love and when they come home, they deserve to be treated properly. they deserve to be treated like the heroes that they are. >> reporter: doctor kent brantly, who survived the virus and donated blood plasma to other ebola patients in the u.s. took part in the white house event. the president says that government policies to stop the virus from spreading in the united states should be based on science and good practices, not fear. several states have issued mandatory quarantine protocols that go beyond federal guidelines. >> i put those on notice who think that we should hide from these problems. that is not who we are. that is not who i am. that is in the who these folks are. >> reporter: according to a new cbs news poll of 1200 people nationwide 80 percent say americans returning from west africa should be quarantined upon arrival. most also think that foreign visitors from the ebola zone should be quarantined, and 27 percent don't think they
should aloud back in the country at all. >> meanwhile the u.s. military is taking extra precautions, today defense secretary chuck hagel proved plans to keep troops returning from ebola response missions under supervised isolation for 21 days, more than 1,000 u.s. troops are currently in west africa supporting the fight against ebola. omar villafranca for cbs news. in our area we know pennsylvania has been monday in forking over 100 people for ebola, about 40 of them are in philadelphia, none has symptoms, and there are those suspected cases in our area. >> late today we do know that officialness delaware are monitoring 11 people that they consider at low risk fore bowl, they recently traveled from west africa and they are now in delaware. >> they have all been provided a fever monitoring kit, they have been instructed on how to take their temperature twice daily and they are being contacted every day by the division of public health. >> delaware health officials
along with governor jack markell says if any of these travelers are monitored do develop symptoms they would be isolate and cdc rapid response team would be contacted. they said all nine hospitals in the state are prepared to treat any potential cases, of east bowl a. well, is there still much more ahead on "eyewitness news" including new jeans that reportedly contribute to the risk of autism. we will have ground breaking new research. keeping cash, more and more people are holding on to their money instead of investing it. are there risks. three on your side jim donovan has financial advice coming up, beasley. it is first real game for nerlens noel as the sixers get ready to kick off the new season tonight, plus more good signs for the eagles offense with the tough road trip coming up on sunday all coming up ahead in
it is still warm, and, it is this afternoon. >> yes. >> things turn. >> when i think my house it was early afternoon. >> yes, you were dress add pope eighthry. kate and i are going back there getting sweaters out. >> yes. >> everything is changing. much different day. tail of two seasons this morning into the afternoon and temperatures plunge something ten to 20 degrees in a short period of time. outside we have fall colors. we will take you to the
poconos where we are going towards past peak and it is dry at jack frost big boulder. this line of showers moving through very quickly, most of the rain activity in south jersey right now. storm scan three you can see one line of showers through new york, trenton and extending down towards millville and some, scrappy showers, you could call them, just here and there and a few to our northern and western burbs. mostly off to the east. you can see heavier returns, dark greens and yellow pushing their way along 295 north, towards trenton, south of that area as well into pemberton, pine barons and drying conditions through abington and philadelphia for now but a a few more showers lingering into the early evening and then skies will clear. in philadelphia a 54. fifty-four wilmington. you can see where rain and coal front has been and where it hasn't been just yet. millville, wildwood, atlantic city enjoying temperatures in the 60's. in the wake of the front skies will clear quickly tonigmostly r thursday, temperatures in the upper 50's to around 60 degrees. still pleasant.
high pressure moves in. during the the day on friday we will see temperatures that will still be in the 50's, cool but dry these showers will hold off until saturday, and that is good news so for our trick or treating it looks cool but pleasant. then this area of low pressure moves off shore toward mid-atlantic and strengthen over the course of the weekend. on shore flow will keep it cool, we will see showers and it will be blustery with temperatures in the 40's we will be feeling the change since it has been so mile. future weather has a good grip where rain is right now. you can see that cloud shield through the poconos. 9:00 p.m. you will draw a line along i-95 corridor to the north and west, it is clear. south and east still some clouds but everyone is cleared out and tomorrow morning suspect a beautiful sunrise with full sunshine. those clear skies will continue right into early friday morning. so jet stream is going to begin its dip tonight, through friday and really bottom out, round out that trough through the deep south, by saturday, that very chilly air moves in. this is what you can expect
blustery conditions with strong, gusty wind, temperatures in the 40's and some showers, making it feel a little bit more winter-like. in the poconos rain mixing in with wet snow by saturday night. overnight clouds breaking much cooler low of 47. during the day thursday mostly sunny high near 60. another pleasant day. for our trick or treaters temperatures stay in the 50's for afternoon and evening and it will be partly cloudy but it will be dry. on the exclusive three day forecast, you can see chill on friday but the the real cold kicks in on saturday, with a windy, showery conditions. that is a a look at the eyewitness three day forecast, katie will have rest of the weekend and next week next half an hour. for now we will go to br
well, eagles offense will try to get back on track in houston this week. easier said than done with the tough texans defense standing in their way. but there is, more good news, on the injury front. center jason kelce and guard todd herremans both participated in full practice, again today, running back darren sproles was in full pads, a all three plan to be on the field for sunday. nerlens noel will play his first official nba game tonight as sixers kick off their regular season against the indiana pacers. both teams dealing with tough injuries, including michael carter williams hoist out for another few weeks. tip off time tonight is 7:00 o'clock. it doesn't get much better than this for baseball fans, game seven of the world series tonight in kansas city. royals forced the tie breaker after blanking the giants, ten to zero in game six, last night. first pitch is 8:07. mayor michael nutter is
pushing to get former phillies slugger dick allen into the baseball hall have of fame. today he officially announced his support, to have allen included on the golden era ballot, a crucial step, towards cooperstown. and some other little leaguers also getting well deserved recognition, the ridley cal rip ken eight and under team was honored the at ridley high school for winning mid-atlantic regional championship last a august. it was ridley's first youth baseball championship, ever. way to go champs. >> they look great. >> yes. >> congratulations to them. >> thanks very much. still to come here in our next half an hour pope frances is trying to bridge the gap between church, and science. he has made some interesting comments on evolution, we will tell you why he is now defending the big bang theory.
unaudible. >> trend trend to go day what ten hours of street harassment looks like why one new york city would i man endured more than a hundred cat calls in one day. and then new at 6:00 tonight, it is lights out for one local community. smoking
is now banned in many outdoor public spaces, we will tell you why this new law though is hit with
i'm chris may and here are some of the top stories for you, camden county police officer ashley bailey and her husband are 40 people arrested and charged in connection with the drug trafficking network. authorities say that, suspect distributed more than a million-dollar worth of heroin and cocaine, each year, across south jersey. well, we have new video of that rocket explosion from virginia last night, this was actually taken by an ocean city high school student. that student, and several others the from the school, were there, they had a science experiment that was destroyed on board that rocket. and rebuilding process continues now, two years after super storm sandy slammed into the new jersey shore, sandy devastated the oceanfront coastline and caused more than $65 billion in damage. kate? i remember that day welshing of course, chris.
we are not dealing with anything on that scale but we have a pretty significant storm to talk about this weekend. we have a cold front coming through right now producing showers across the area. you can see it could be slowing down things a bit for the evening commuters out there we are seeing steadier showers near chesterfield and even a few more back into montgomery county right around graterford area, and up towards lower fredrick as well. we will have have more information on cooler air behind this front and some colder air coming with the storm this weekend. that is coming up, jessica. >> kate, thanks. saying god is not a magician pope frances declared big bang theory and evolution ruled. alfonso van marsh has this story from london. >> reporter: in a meeting with scientists at the vatican pope frances said big bang theory and evolution is real and god is not a magician with the magic want. he said big bang theory which brought the universe into theory does not exclude god's role in creation. pontiff said that the big bang
theory does not contradict the creative intervention of god, on the contrary, it requires it. theologist say pope francis is bridging the gap between science and the church. >> science is designed to tell you how, into how the universe works. religion is designed to tell you why is there a universe. >> reporter: roman catholic church was once considered an enemy of science, in 1616, it condemned astronomer galeo and ordered him to retract his claims that the earth rotated around the sun. in recent years many of pope frances's predecessors including pope john paul, ii described evolution as a valid concept. pope frances told scientists he still supports story of creation from the bible because god is the creator who brought everything to life. alfonso van marsh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". retired pope benedict said while scientific theories to in the conflict with faith they leave many questions unanswered. this story has a lot have have people talking.
we want to know what you have to think. head over to cbs philly.com, connect with us on twitter and facebook. well, hackers break in into the white house computer network according to the washington post. paper reports that the breach happened in recent weeks. paper sites unnamed sources assaying the intruders not do any damage but the intrusion did result in some temporary service disruptions. white house officials are not commenting on the nature of the attack or on who might be involved. well, daughter of joan rivers has hired a new york based law firm to look into her mother's death. that firm tells u.s.a. today that melissa rivers has asked them to determine the facts and circumstances surrounding the medical procedure that preceded her mother's death. joan rivers went into cardiac arrest during what was to be a routine throat procedure at manhattan's yorkville endoscopy clinic late august. joan rivers died september 4th. a new hidden camera social experiment offers a disturbing look at the
harassment some women face when they walk down the the street. it shows a woman in new york city bombarded with more than 100 comments from strangers in just one day. cbs news correspondent vanita nair shows us what the people behind this video hope to achieve. >> how are you doing today. >> wow. >> reporter: it is known as cat calling. >> hey baby report vote some men consider it a compliment. >> hey baby how are you doing. >> reporter: but for this girl, who has been seen in this video there was nothing friendly or complimentary about it. >> she calls it street harassment. the 24 year-old actress teamed up with a film who filmed her as she walk the the streets of new york city. >> she received 108 unsolicited remarks. one man's polite greeting quickly turned uncomfortable as he walks alongside her for
more than five minutes. the video was posted on you tube has gone viral and has spark individual opinions. one man commenting guys usually have to do the work, that is just how it is. another viewer asked do you want your own daughter to walk down the street with men, asking her, how are you doing, beautiful? >> unaudible. >> reporter: roberts standing by the video saying if you don't put up with harassment at school or home or work why would we put it with it on street. vanita nair, cbs news. group is hallovac and they estimate 90 percent of women experience some form of street harassment in their lives. the director of the philly office says everyone has a right to feel safe when they walk down the street. >> we're hoping that as a community and as citizens of the city of philadelphia we can work together to improve the way we interact in public spaces without needing official involvement. it really is at a human level
just respecting each other. >> reporter: creator of the film says he came up with this idea after watching his own girlfriend walk through the streets. a river of molten lava is now searing a town on hawaii's big island that lava has been moving about 15 yards an hour and nothing can stop it. the first official evacuation notices went out overnight, some have left their homes but others are choosing to stay and watch their homes burn. >> pretty heart breaking, yes. we don't know what will happen from now on. >> the initial shock was like you are using a person, like a loved one in your family. >> well, with temperatures nearing 2,000 degrees, geologists warn that explosions are possible due to the dangerous mix between intense heat and gas, from that lava flow. >> disabled veteran in gloucester county is no longer home bound thanks to generous donations. home improvement workers and fellow veterans built and installed a wheelchair ramp
for ray oswald. "eyewitness news", in gibbstown, the 88 year-old is a world war two navy veteran, he is very grateful for you exactly what i'm talking about. schuylkill expressway at montgomery where you can see mess of that volume and backup heading eastbound into the city, pretty much jammed from the boulevard all the way up through into the the city. ninety-five not doing too much better. you cane in both directions. this is i-95 at girard. where headlights are completely crawling through, even that north bound delay,
pretty much jammed up solid from vine all the way up in to cottman. over in northeast philadelphia roosevelt boulevard an accident taking out right-hand lane there southbound at strahl street, the travel times here, is all over the place. 422 westbound from 202 into oaks a heavy shot there about 18 minutes. twenty-seven minutes on 202 heading southbound from the schuylkill expressway into route 30. route 47 in new jersey completely closed a at landis due to an earlier accident. your alternate is just take west a avenue. chris and jessica back to you. still to come on "eyewitness news" what is best place for your money with the stock market being as volatile as it is. our consumer reporter jim donovan is here and will have more on why more and more people are stashing their cash. and new information just released about dozens of genes that reportedly contribute to the risk of autism, kate this. what a difference a few hours makes from 70's with some sunshine to 50's and a little bit of rain, noticeable
in the alone. >> three on your side consumer reporter jim donovan has found more and more people are keeping cash for the long term rather than investing. >> reporter: david runs a private investment company, but you'd be surprised where he keeps most of his money. >> i decided to keep my money cash rather than public markets because it provides me with the liquidity to react quickly. >> reporter: david isn't a alone, bank rate.com survey found overall a quarter of a americans prefer cash to other assets. >> investors of all ages have been saving cash just because they don't have the stomach for potential for market volatility. >> reporter: bank rate finds 39 percent of 18 to 29 year-old are more likely to turn their backs to the market and choose cash as their number one long term investment. >> biggest risk of people hording cash for long term investments is we will end up with an entire generation of people that are well short of what they will need in retiring in comfort. >> reporter: it is important to keep some cash to cover any
short term needs and emergencies. >> favoring cash over other investment options for long hall is recipe for under performance because low rates of return will in the grow your buying power, overtime, you will see inflation eating away at value of that money. >> reporter: another recent survey found more than half of the americans don't invest in stock or one market at all, with 2 percent of those people saying they just don't trust the market. you look over long term, 30, 40 years of working, it is place where your money will grow. >> these millennials grew up when stock market crashed so is there fear there. >> there is fear but you still need to up vest in your future. >> big picture. >> see you at 11:00.
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discovered 30 genes that contribute to the risk of autism. study published in the journal nature found new sets of genes may be involved including some that control how nerve networks form in the brain. >> those genes are mutated, communication between brain cells is severely affect such that even the basic process of learning memory is disruptive. >> authors of the stud write also able to estimate risks a associated with different kind
of gene mutations, cell mutations came with more than a 20 fold increase in the risk for autism. today has been a transition day. started off nice and warm with some sun and cooler air is coming n you can see on our weather watcher network temperatures to the north and west in the the city are in the 50's. we have a few 60's down south and east. lets start off in the northwest, 54 degrees according to doug. no win, cool and bit damp. warm stretch is over. unfortunate will you you are correct on that note. lets head south into new jersey, we are looking at mark, reporting 60 degrees right the now. mostly cloudy conditions. as we head further into south jersey, we have got mark, talking 61 degrees with rain there. he submitted a picture for us on the eyewitness weather watcher network saying cloudy finish to the day there in williamstown, new jersey. finally we will go all the way south down the shore where it is currently 60 degrees in cape may according to andrew. he is in sea isle city in cape
may county. we are looking at, cool wind come in. temperatures has dropped 12 degrees today in sea isle city. thank you for that. if you are interested in being a weather watcher and giving us on the scene reports, sign out new by going to cbs philly dot the come/watchers. we would love to have you as part of our team. all that change is coming thanks to the cold front. you can see the front. showers are moving quickly. they are fizzling moving through. that is good news. couple showers down into south jersey at the moment. you can see end of the cloud deck as well moving in the western suburbs. this is in and a out quickly. skies will clear overnight but we do still have a few showers outside, right now as you can see taking you down to our triple sweep. heavier rain over portions of the shore points. heading down towards mays landing seeing some increased moisture there, cover bin city, steelman landing and even along the atlantic city expressway. slow downs possibly with the rain this evening. temperatures right new look at that cool down. we were in the 70's today now
just 54 at the airport. forty-eight mount pocono. sixty-two in atlantic city. that front clears out tonight. good news for tomorrow. it is cooler but dry. you can see no problems there friday for halloween looks dry as well. it is a bit of the squeeze play but 7:00 p.m. for trick or treating n problems, saturdayethat rain starts to move in and even in the mountainous areas well to the north and west a little bit of snow. that is how cold it will be as we get in the weekend. we could see periods of steady rain in philadelphia on saturday, wind gusts to 30 miles an hour, wind chills in the 30's at times, occasional rain and even those wet snow flakes to the north and west saturday, not a great day for the time of the year. overnight tonight though clouds breaking much cooler, 47 degrees. bright sunny tomorrow but chilly, especially compared to what we have seen today and yesterday. 59 degrees is the high for your thursday. eyewitness weather seven day forecast in the bad for halloween, chilly but dry and wind which showers on saturday, set those clocks back sunday it is still windy and chilly but sun will get us
up to 50 and we will warm it up a little bit earlier next week. now back to you in the desk. halloween is just upon us and we love picture that you have been sharing with us with the hash tag cbs-3 halloween. let's show you a few now, mike miller and his date they go together like peanut butter and jelly good outfits there. we have this picture from pennsauken town ship from their haunted hey ride which they say was a scary success. marla was kind enough to share this photo of mario and cloud guy from mario cart. last but not least our very favorite picture came from ann anderson thinks alexander den hoist was born on september 14th. alexander ready for his first halloween in a basket of candy corns. we want to see all of your halloween photos and they are great, tweet us using the hash tag cbs-3 halloween and you just may see them right here on the air. trending now a college student does the impossible to win $10,000, during a basketball game at bryant college he shot a lay up, free
throw, three pointer and half court shot. >> wow. >> all in succession in 30 seconds. that student is actually a soccer player from england. he has never even played basketball and he has a broken finger on his left hand. >> wow. >> over achiever. he said secret is concentration. also a little girl so excited about her new choice she shows it off for the camera but it didn't go quite as planned. >> he put it on here, and then he pressed the locket button, and then it will play. >> okay. >> it keeps flying but look where it goes. >> o, no. >> she's going to need a new far i toy because it went right in the fire there and perhaps, this looks to be a holiday or birthday of some sort so maybe, right into the fire. >> that fairy just went off to
fairy land and you have to find another fairy the dad right there, fairy land. we will be right back. in macarthur's world, he opposes new laws to ensure women receive equal pay for equal work. and macarthur opposes a woman's right to choose backed by a group that
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broadway came to the philadelphia performing arts charter school today, the cast of the disney stage musical called news ies brought song ape dance to the fifth graders who love the stage. >> but this was american just about the the show, which runs through sunday. pat ciarrocchi has this eye on the arts. >> 56, seven, and then go. >> ♪ >> reporter: it is not broadway just yet but demar just coke made these fifth graders feel like anything is possible. >> we feel like we're on broadway in a way. traveling broadway. >> reporter: disney's knew he is is on the stage telling the store of the news boy strike in 1899 when pulitzer the publisher change the price of the paper, cutting into the news boys profit. >> it inspires audience members of all ages to stand up for what they believe in.
>> if we're united. >> reporter: national touring cast have of news he is came to the performing arts charter school, lessons in broadway dance but also, lessons in healthy living. >> get up and go as a wellness program that newsies has created and we take tonight to school and show kids a piece of our chorography from the show to get them up and active >> reporter: on stage is singing hits high note, the dance moves reach for heights too. >> you are literally sliding on the ground, you are jumping up doing back flips with newspapers in your hand. you do a tap dance. we have chairs. we are doing cart wheels over them. >> reporter: among these future performers it is giving inspiration. >> get your paper, nine, nine, ten, 11, 12. >> reporter: newsies at a the academy of music through sunday. for tickets go to the arts in philly.org. pat ciarrocchi, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> i have a feeling we may be
seeing those performers later in our life. >> i think owe. >> that will do it for "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> now at 6:00 a drug bust has led to dozens of arrests including that of a police officer accused of using her position to help drug dealers. we will have the tea tails, of this months long investigation. plus new video of the moment nasa rocket exploded after take off, and we're hearing from a new jersey student whose class experiment was lost on that spacecraft, kathy? it felt like spring earlier today but now the chillies settling in, the showers will move out, the cold is coming, and some may see some snow flakes mixing in with rain this weekend. we will talk more about that with the seven day coming up. the city of wilmington has a new smoking ban in effect, i'm syma chowdhry with that story coming up.
now at 6:00 o'clock she took an oath to serve and protect, but this camden county police officer now finds herself on the other side of the law. she's among 40 people arrested and charged in connection with the drug trafficking network. good evening, i'm chris may. i'm jessica dean. prosecutors say that the officer is married to one of the alleged drug dealers in the case. "eyewitness news" reporter noel mcclaren is live in camden with more on how this investigation unfolded, noel. >> reporter: jessica, tens of thousands of dollars of drugs are off the streets in south jersey and investigators say that many of them can be linked right back here to the camden county police department. her job was to keep the the streets clean of crime but instead investigators say camden county patrol officer ashley bailey was keeping the drug business, very much alive, and they said 28 year-old rookie kopa cyst ted a long list of drug dealers and gang members with connection toss her husband.
>> particularly, accessing police reports and gathering intelligence from her relatives and co confederates in the conspiracy. >> reporter: police say their action spun a web of dealers and suburbs. it estimated $85,000 street drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine were seized, some connect to crimes in gloucester township. >> the impact is our residents, throughout the the region, throughout our town, so that the pro active activities of taking down even though the drugs are being sold in the city of camden, the impact on gloucester township, the suburbs and other towns are intense. >> reporter: gloucester township deputy police chief david harkins say the arrest of 40 drug traffickers from the city of camden and all over south injuries i will have a major impact on the safety of his own community. >> it is our job together to try to attack this problem and thinks just oneto