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. now at 6:00 o'clock, this is it, david letterman's final late show, camera were rowing today as, big name celebrities and friend of the dave, entered the ed sullivan theater for his final farewell. a live look right now at the marquis at ed sullivan theater, the taping for dave's grand finally is underway right now and you can bet it will be a night filled with surprises. good evening i'm chris may. i'm jessica dean. we are a few hours away from the big finally of the late show with david letterman. >> "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones is live ed sullivan theater in insuring to tell us about a star studded send off. >> reporter: one of the biggest send offs in tv history needs a lot of stars and there is plenty of star power here tonight. alex baldwin payton manning jim carry steve martin, and the list just goes on and on,
it appears tonight the last late show will be one to remember. >> good luck, dave, we will miss you. >> very excited just television history right new. >> reporter: david letterman's run of being a late night host for 33 years end tonight. for herbert gee the owner of the hello deli made famous by his show, it is a toughened. >> it is a tough day for me, you know, 22 years of fun coming to than a end. >> reporter: television history will be made as david letterman says good bye fans want to pay tribute to the man has brought humor to our living rooms throughout the years. >> we can always go through tough times coming home, after working all day 11:00 o'clock, you turn on the tv and you have great comedian in front of you. >> reporter: there were plenty of fans wearing t-shirts but some fans boarded on the ridiculous, hawkins wants to present letterman this big farewell card. >> people have an eye on the
security guard to tell me to, scrapple. >> you are staying put i'm hoping, to get in. >> reporter: not everyone can be part of the television history, but one other point to know, upper darby a's own tina fey was seen entering the ed sullivan theater here. reporting from manhattan todd quinones for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". of course, we know dave's hero is johnny carson's. johnny's send off was under stated affair. it should be fun. >> it will be fun. you cannot wait to see who shows up f that woman stays outside the theater with her board. >> we will see if she gets herman. you do not want to miss davies big finally tonight lots of surprises, memorable moments dave's final top ten list, and you final late show at 11:35 right here on cbs-3 immediately following "eyewitness news" at 11:00 o'clock. all day long, all week long, people have been sharing their love for david letterman on social media hash tag letterman has been receiving 400 posts per minute on
twitter, people paying tributes sharing their own memories as dave wraps up 33 years of entertaining us. so many of us have your own favorite letterman homes what are yours. connect with us on the cbs philly facebook page or tweet us at cbs philly and use that hash tag cbs-3 chat. keeping that jacket handy it will be a chilly spring night. meteorologist kathy orr live on the sky deck now tracking these dropping temperatures and then a chance for rain, kathy. >> that rain is more of a reality as we inch through the workweek, guess contact we have clear blue skies with low humidity but we will be seeing the cloud rolling in tonight. high temperature, believe it or not was at midnight, we made it to 75 degrees, right now we're only at 66 degrees, and 9 degrees cooler and falling. in reading 62. allentown 62. sixty-eight millville. fifty-one in the poconos. look at the chill that is coming. fifty-one in cleveland, 41 in
chicago land. this evening temperatures will be falling through the 60's in the 50's by 11:00 p.m. with some cloud already rolling in. we have to talk about the moisture, look at future weather, clear this evening cloud rolling in, early tomorrow morning and then during the afternoon rain in moving from the south. coastal low will get close enough to bring us some rain, potential, steady rain, down the shore, philadelphia, seeing some showers so coming up we will talk about the temperature plunge and as we fall into the 40's, we will talk about how much rain will fall and the ups and downs of the holiday weekend, we will have that with the seven day later in the broadcast. >> kathy, thank you. >> you can stay one step ahead of the forecast by down loading the cbs philly weather app, it is free available right new on itune and google play. on a jogger grabbed from behind at a local park but did manage to get away. tonight the police are searching for that suspect. in the a attack that happened at rittenhouse park in newark, new castle county.
"eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan is there with the latest on the investigation cleve. >> reporter: chris, police say the jogger enter the park through this trail. she got 2 miles down when she saw a man made her feel nervous, so she turned around to come back the way that she entered the park. what is when he grabbed her. >> i definitely run almost every day. >> reporter: some female students at the university of delaware say they will think twice about venturing alone in newark's writ even house park after a graduate student had a terrifying encounter while jogging there on tuesday morning. >> a white male suspect lung out at her grabbed her waist and rear end area she was able to break away and she ran home and called police. >> reporter: the 25 year-old woman was not hurt. the officers searched with the k-9 team but could not fine the man. they say he might be homeless. jen milan walks the park every day. >> we are known to have homeless people living in the park. i have seen them walking around, so it doesn't surprise
me. >> reporter: people lease say this appears to be an isolated incident but female students are not too happen bye the idea of getting grabbed and groped. >> you have to be careful. >> it makes me more aware when i'm jogging and keeping track like making sure you have your phone in case something happens. >> reporter: police say that they have a description on this person and they are looking for help. he is 30 years old. he has dark hair, a bushy beard was wearing a red played shirt, khaki pant and carrying a a blue bag. live from newark, cleve bryan cbs-3 "eyewitness news". seven former nurses have been charged with criminal neglect after a woman with a broken finger was forced to have a hand amputation. prosecutors alleged nurses from the vineland developmental center wrapped the hand of the disabled patient so tightly it became consumed by gang as severely physically and mentally handicapped. all of those nurses have been since fired. there are new developments
tonight in the amtrak tragedy. "eyewitness news" has learned that a review of the signals system in the area of the derailment turned up no issues. we also know that officials are now examining the cell phone record of the train's engineer brian bostian and that they have interviewed the engineer of the septa train hit by a object just before the train derailed. today philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey talk about the investigation. >> right now i'm not aware of anything that is going to result in criminal charges but it is possible. the the d.a. can review this. there could be something i'm not aware of that would lead to that. >> the derailment last week killed eight people, and it injured more than 200 others. a school bus and suv collide on the roosevelt boulevard in east falls. this happened around 1:00 in the southbound lanes near fox street. there were no children on board that bus when the crash happened but an adult male passenger did have to be taken
to the hospital. police say he was knock unconscious. there is no word on what cause that had crash. with the mayoral primary over, it is now time for the general election, campaigns go to begin. jim kenney and melissa murray bailey took to the campaign trail today and they made their appearance together. "eyewitness news" reporter pennsylvania matt rivers was there. >> reporter: it was as friendly as politics can get these days as philadelphia's two mayoral opponents ate lunch at the same table just one day after democrat jim kenney and republican melissa murray bailey lock up their parties nominations. >> she has grade ideas and we will run a robust race against her. she will run a robust race begins me. >> reporter: candidates both spoke at a broad street ministries fundraiser. their speeches were light on policy but each was asked if they would keep police commissioner charles ramsey, if elect.
murray bailey has not decided. kenney says ramsey can stay on as long as he wants. the president of the you had has great faith with him. why would i kick him to the curb. >> reporter: bailey brought up kenney's long career in city politics saying it was time for a change. >> we cannot do the same thing and expect different results. that is definition of insanity. >> reporter: there is in doubt that kenney's time in politics helped him win this democratic primary, a face that will propel him to a general election victory in november in a heavily democratic city. >> insulting when people say you don't stand a chance in this race. >> i think it is sad that people aren't willing to consider something else. >> reporter: one thing that culled make this race more of a toss up is entrance of another candidate bill green who at times spared with jim kenney during their time together on city council said he is considering running for mayor as an inn, to that kenney would only say if he wants to run he can it is america. we're outside city hall, matt
rivers cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> yes it is. special award ceremony was held honoring law enforcement officers from all around the region. "eyewitness news" was there at 34th annual law enforcement a appreciation day run inch center city. it is hosted by citizens crime commission of the delaware valley. special honor went to a group of philadelphia and federal officers, who helped bring the abduct woman carlesha free land gaither back home to her family safely. northeast philadelphia couple is warning their neighbors tonight after their dog was viciously attacked by another dog. >> still ahead at 6:00 their small poodle is so badly injured they had to go to the the police to get help. plus all that remains of the bank in a small new jersey town is the the vault. we will tell you why it has a special meaning to one couple kathy? in weather it will turn cloudy cool, an area of low pressure will push off the eastern seaboard bringing rain to the delaware valley.
we will talk about how much we will get and how quickly it moves out and what it means for the holiday weekend hi beasley. most controversial year in nfl history continues today with the commissioner commenting on deflate gate. roger goodell talks about patriots owner robert kraft and star quarterback robert
if you take a look now we are counting down to the final late show with david letterman. and this is a live look at famous ed sullivan theater in new york. tonight no announced guests but we know a lot of celebrities are there and that there are also a lot of price necessary store for what will be certainly television history. a five-year old mini poodle is fighting for his life, this is chicago who was attacked by a pit bull outside his owner's northeast philadelphia apartment. the dog was reportedly unleashed and could not be separated from the poodle. >> yeah, chicago was in his mouth like he was a rag doll. i hit the dog with my hand. then i took my foot and was kicking him. >> witness says pit bowel's owner grabbed the dog by its neck and walked away. we knock on their door but in one answered. we know chicago suffered skin,
nerve damage and wilson's have filed a police report. a former bank in south jersey is in more. >> demolition crews were on side in beverly burlington county but they could not budge its historic vault and they could not rehave move memories that remain inside. "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff has this unique story. >> reporter: within the ruble inside this empty bank vault remains a story. >> they came here with my mommas a kid. >> reporter: lots of stores is as locals snapped photos in downtown beverly but love store which a loan office their we did not expect. >> we start dating and then next thing he was pulling me in the vault and kissing me in there. that was first time we had our first kiss in the vault. >> reporter: cindy has been thinking about that kiss for 43 years. like many in the community she's sad to see the bank go n a couple weeks a family dollar stories scheduled to be built here. >> it was one of the cornerstones of the town, you know that bank has been here for almost a 150 years.
>> reporter: bank has change hand several times before falling in disrepair but started as first national bank of beverly with an org thane predated federal currency. >> tear it down to put a dollar stories silly. >> reporter: beverly has seen more bustling days as city officials a say the new store will bring in at least a dozen jobs. >> it has been sad actually over the years to see the bank deteriorate. >> reporter: cindy's says the bank's legacy reminded her of the bailey family bank from it's a wonderful life. >> right next to yours and kennedy house and a hundred others. >> reporter: it the is her husband's favorite movie, oh yeah, that friendly loan officer, she married him. >> been a won fall life that is all i can say. >> reporter: yes. >> they don't make them like that any more. >> reporter: even so those memories will be kept safe, and sound. reporting live from burlington county alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> how about that. >> beautiful story and
beautiful memories as well. >> so nice. >> a nice day outside not too awful. >> exercise to go day i wouldn't even break the the threat. >> the best kind of exercise in my book i don't know about everybody else. >> we are looking at conditions that are going toe get cooler tomorrow. if you are exercising early in the morning it will be the best bet temperatures in the 40's and 50's, a little bit of the spring chill. outside we are looking at a very pleasant day down the the shore, in the the 50's we have a land breeze and all of the establishments, those eateries getting ready for the unofficial start of the summer season memorial day weekend is nearly upon us. storm scan three we have two cloud rolling in but storm system will take shape tomorrow, and bring the threat of rain. right now in the city, it is 66. sixty-eight in millville. fifty-one in the poconos. down the shore with the land breeze temperatures very similar to the the city. ocean city 67. sixty-five in avalon even though they say it is cooler
by a mile. cape may 65. rehoboth beach delaware checking in with a temperature of 60 degrees. our main threat of the rain will be from philadelphia, south and east tomorrow because we have a coastal low that will be moving off the mid-atlantic. so take a look at as we go through time tonight and we will see temperatures falling through you 50's, by midnight, and then during the morning hours we will falwell below average in the lower 50's and some 40's by 1:00 a.m. it will be 55 in philadelphia, 52 in millville with cloudy skies. the cloud thicken up and then by noon we will see rain, in dover, georgetown, heading in to cape may and then it will continue to push toward the the north. throughout the entire day heavy rain and cape may county georgetown, delaware, even millville, atlantic city seeing good dose of rain through 7:00. philadelphia seeing some showers, wilmington seeing rain as well. a as far as rain is concern up to a tenth of an inch in philadelphia and adjacent suburbs north and west. in new jersey and northern delaware up to a quarter inch but heavier rain accumulation
will come down the jersey shore and southern delaware where we could see up to three-quarters of an inch of rain tomorrow afternoon and that could linger in the evening. it is all because of this area of low pressure will come close enough to bring that heavy rain. we will be on the northern fringe of. that then that moves off shore. we will see reenforcing shot of cooler air with the coal front on friday. friday a few increasing cloud breezy temperatures in the 70's. beautiful afternoon but you may see a shower popping up, late in the day as this front swings through. other than that it will be quiet. saturday mostly sunny cooler, breezy again and we will warm it up on sunday. ups and down to the memorial day holiday weekend as far as temperature is concern. the overnight low 50 in the city, 40's in the suburbs. sixty-four tomorrow. a chill with a few showers. the as you plan your day morning commute will be dry lunchtime in the afternoon and a few spotty showers but cool evening activity will be cool as well, you need a sweater or rain coat with spotty
sprinkles. on the exclusive eyewitness weather seven day forecast, friday 75. saturday 70. we will bump it up sunday. hot for memorial damon high of 86. look at what happens next tuesday 90 and then by wednesday the high of 87 degrees. we will jump in the sizzle have of summer. >> ninety, my goodness. >> thanks very much. >> we will be right back. there are a lot of channels on your tv but only so many you want to watch what if you could pay for the types of channels you want and not the ones you don't now, fios brings you a totally new way to customize your tv. starting at $74.99 per month with no annual contract. get custom tv, including internet and phone. price guaranteed for two years. or get $300 back and free dvr service for 1 year, with a 2 year agreement. hurry, offer ends june 8th. go to getfios.com. cable just gives you channels. fios gives you choice.
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game balls. goodell says k theraft's pronouncement will have no impact on tom brady's appeal. >> the decision that robert made was his desituation. the i admire and respect robert as you well know, we have had plenty of discussions over the last couple of weeks and this was his initiative and something that he wanted to do. i have grade admiration and respect for tom brady but the rules have to be enforced on a uniform basis and they apply to everybody in the league. >> to the the phillies now they try to start a new winning streak when they take on the rockies again in colorado, steve gonzales makes his third big league start for injured chad billingsly. last night their six game winning streak came to an end nick hundley hit a solo home run off just continue defratus in the eighth inning helping rockies beat the phillies six to five. flyers added, two new
coach dave hakstol defensive line up with the signing of free agent defenseman medvedev, he comes to north america after a north
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one more live look outside ed sullivan theater in new york as we count down to the final late show with david letterman, no announced guests tonight but we can tell you it will be filled with celebrities, and you can see it all right here on cbs-3 after "eyewitness news" at 11:00 as we say good bye to dave. thanks for watching "eyewitness news" at 6:00. we are back at ten on the cw philly and back here at cbs-3 at 11:00. cbs is next. they will bid farewell to david letterman. the scott pelley reports the "cbs evening news" from new york city.
>> pelley: potentially deadly air bags must be replaced in millions of american cars, but what should drivers do in the mean time? also bin laden's bookshelf, formerly secret documents recovered in the raid reveal his obsession with 9/11 and himself. tornadoes flatten homes in texas and oklahoma. the next threat is flooding. and the stars come out tonight to tend to have a tell -- to the end of a television era. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: today, japan's takata corporation said it is stepping up production of air bags to replace the protensionly deadly ones in millions of american cars. but with 33 million americans