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>> storm scan three shows some rain on the way. katie is outside with your forecast. good morning, young lady. >> just looking at the the forecast that tea sided it wanted to go town hill. we have been tracking this possibility of storm system bringing in a couple showers south of philadelphia, but now this system will move far enough north that philly gets in on it. in the a wash out by any means. you will not need it just yet but as we start off here with a little tighter zoom on storm scan three you can see atmosphere moisten up plenty of cloud overtaking our region as well and it the will be a thick, dense cloud cover that really limits any warming that can take place here today and, of course, storm nearby we have to talk about rain. we will get to all. that starting off with a look at area temperatures. even though it is not terribly chilly we're only going to add maybe seven or 8 degrees a at most on these values here today. it is a cold day by comparison. lower 60's down the the shore.
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but it is a forecast, that is poconos it is cloudy. cloudy but cool for you. at the shore you will end up with steady rain out of this through cape may county and over towards sussex county, delaware, if your travels take to you rehoboth for example. in philadelphia we are talking about a couple showers scattered in nature and come through this afternoon and this evening. it is a dreary day but it does pay us dividend down the road. we have to absolutely perfect conditions coming up for the holiday weekend here and a heated forecast, looking ahead to the next week. we're talk about temperatures coming up as the show progresses vittoria. right now traveling on the majors we are not seeing anything major. we will see things probably take a turn closer to rush hour but right now things are wide opened for you. let take a look if you are traveling on 422 this shot here is right around oaks on the eastbound side, we have a disabled vehicle and unfortunately we have gotten word that the disable vehicle
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flipped in the opposite direction we will keep you up kateed on that for sure but it is something we wanted to point out. also traveling on the 42 freeway in delays in either direction traveling new jersey delaware, pennsylvania, speed sensors nice and high in the 50's no matter how you cut it. we have good news. we have an accident in new jersey coals road at little gloucester road, alternate chews landing. philadelphia police are investigating a bizarre murder mystery. a shooting is dead but it may not have been from a bullet that killed him. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabao joins us from police headquarters to sort it out. >> reporter: police are calling this an unusual homicide investigation. we have a man shot to death. we have a man hoist under arrest for drunk driving. top it off there were a couple nearby that were almost hit by stray bullets. >> a dozen spent shell casings left in the middle of the west
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philadelphia street overnight. after a 29 year-old man is gun down and left for dead. >> we found 12 spent shell casings, all within 8 inches some just feet from where the victim collapsed, which is an indication that he was the intended target, and a indicated he was shot from point blank range. >> reporter: as the crime scene units collect evidence at 4700 block of west girard avenue police are calling this an unusual homicide investigation. shooting happened just before midnight but it didn't end there. eyewitnesses tell police shortly after the man collapsed another driver, unrelated to the shooting, ran over the body. police caught up to the 79 year-old behind the wheel two blocks away. investigators say he a appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. >> the 79 year-old male who drove over our 29 year-old victim, after he was shot, which appears accidentally was arrested for drunk driving. >> reporter: a five two-year old man and woman were sitting in the car near a shooting, they were miss by flying
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bullets, which is a window and a door. >> had it been several more inches, over, then the the bullet could have went through the the driver's door or front windshield and struck this five two-year old driver. >> reporter: now the shooting victim was taken to the hospital, by police, where he was pronounced dead, and on him police say they found a weapon, as well as cocaine this morning. the they are not talking about a motive just yet the and they don't have any suspects and they are looking for help, but they have found a business nearby that has surveillance camera so they are hoping to recover video. also this morning they are not yesterday identifying any of the people involved. anyone with any information is urged to call the police. we're reporting live outside fill police headquarters, jan carabao for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". police are also investigating a a shooting that happened late last night on the 100 block of pearl street. police say one person was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. there is no word on suspects or a motive in the the shooting at this time.
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right the now 5:04. end of the era on television after 33 years on the air david letterman takes his final bow. >> late night legend hosted his last show in manhattan last night an "eyewitness news" reporter nicole brewer joins with us the the highlights of the finally. >> late night tv will note be the same. >> i'm telling you it is true. >> after 33 years, 6,000 episodes and 20,000 guests, david letterman hosted his final late show last night. the end of an era began with the clip from late president gerald ford. >> my fellow americans our long, national nightmare is over. >> our long national nightmare is over. >> our long national nightmare is over. >> our long national nightmare is over. >> our long national nightmare is over. letterman is retiring.
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>> he's just kidding right? >> with a standing ovation from the audience, letterman launched his opening mono log addressing the one question he says he is quote tired of hearing. >> i necessity people are well meaning but i'm sick and tired, and maybe paul you get this what are you going to do now that you are retired. what are you going to do now thaw are retire. okay, all right, you know what i'm going to do now that i'm retired. >> yes. >> my god i hope to be the the new face of scientology. >> as a you can tell there were plenty of laughs, lots of memories and quite a few heartfelt thank yous. the 68 year-old host could not sign off without one last star studded top ten list. >> of all of the talk shows yours is most geographically convenient to my home. >> dave, did you know that you
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wear the same cologne as moammar gadhafi. >> yes barbara, i do know that. >> your extensive plastic surgery was a necessity and a miss take. >> dave, i have no idea what i'll do when you go off the air. you know, i just thought of something, i will be fine. >> honestly dave, i always found you to be a bit of an over act or. >> i'm just glad your show is being given to another white guy. >> as you can imagine the celebrities, just kept on coming, with bill murray, at the very top, we will have a top ten for you throughout your program this morning. we will also show what you dave did after the show,
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coming up in our next half an hour. >> that was pretty good. >> yes. >> that top ten list had to be one of the best ever. >> work on it for months i'm sure. >> we will have much more of letterman's big finally all morning long including his heartfelt message to his wife and son. also this morning a family murdered in their mansion new police say they necessity who the killer is, we will tell you how a pizza crust provided the big break in this case. and a former st. joes athlete sues the the school, the torture that she ace she endured while on the softball team, we will be right 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
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union representing the engineer in the derailment the said he had a grueling shift with a short are west break because equipment related
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delays. "eyewitness news" has learned that a review of the signal system in the area found no issues. officials are now examining the cell even if record of the train's engineer brandon bostian, in the meantime, investigators interviewed a engineer of the septa train hit by an object before the amtrak derailment. may 12th derailment killed eight people and injured more than 200 others. an arrest warrant has been issued for suspect in the murder of the washington d.c. family. that family and their housekeeper were found dead last week. and, stunning break in this case came after a dna match from a pizza crust. cbs news correspondent susan mcginnes has latest. >> reporter: washington d.c. police are looking for 34 year-old darren dillon went, wanted in connection with the quadruple murder and arson case in the nation's capitol. went is 5 feet seven and weighs 155-pound. according to the washington post police matched went to dna fund on the crust of the
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domino's pizza ordered to this northwest d.c. mansion last week. detectives say that the order came to the home, as a safe safe savopoulos, his wife amy and ten year-old son were being held captive and torture. >> anytime there is a child involved it is one of the things that really shakes us all. >> reporter: authorities say during the ordeal an assistant to savopoulos came to the house delivering a package containing $40,000. police are looking into the possibility that the money was an extortion payment. just a few hearst later the house, located just minutes from the residents of the vice-president, ohio biden was set on fire. the bodies of the all four victims were found on the second floor. >> there were injuries discovered appears to be blunt force or sharp object injuries. >> reporter: police have not said how the suspect darren went is connect to the family. the susan mcginnes for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we want to get traffic and weather together and we will check on katie. how sit looking.
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>> it is one of those days that it is dreary, cool, we have a system just close enough that it will put a damper on your outdoor plans depending on location. further north you are it is just cool, cloudy, we're talking about lehigh valley, poconos, you do not to have deal with wet weather even as we take you out to storm scan three. that may not be obvious. it looks like a shield of rain heading our way but don't worry, this witt fizzle away, we will see the brunt of any wet weather moving from the south. so that is where in lies our problem, as we watched this later storm system, again just moving n future weather shows it really well. more than anything as we throw up the temperature readings for future weather on top of this we will see what happens in terms of these temperatures. we're talking about low 60's here because of the thick cloud deck. as early as late this morning delaware, southern cape may county gets in on a few rain showers. just far enough north we have to keep chester county, portions of bucks county in that zone here, for what we will call scattered showers or a little bit of rain but some
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of this rain could get steady. we are jumping to 7:00 p.m. so toward evening toward garden state parkway for example could get dicey but you really could use some rain at the the same time at this point. meanwhile by tomorrow, temperatures are in the cooling down but thinks all long gone, we can expect to end up with much more pleasant weather, even they there is a trough tomorrow, where the breeze will come from. that is why temperatures take a hit here on saturday. it is still looking nice, saturday sunday look awesome right now and memorial day a little bit of the crap shoot. we are keeping an eye on the possibility for shower or storm but look at how it is speeding up, and heating up. tuesday, first 90-degree day we are forecasting this year. >> um-hmm. >> yes. >> i love i great curve. >> all right i understand. >> i hear you. >> are you speaking now of the conshohocken curve. >> katie, if i were that creative, i would have done
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it. >> we've got two hours. >> in the meantime, no, we will get out to the schuylkill expressway definite the liz sometime today eventually but as of right now your roadways look just fine. that is cute, katie. >> thanks, i tried. >> i-95 looks great right around cottman avenue through the the construction zones. lou really good around here. if you are traveling around this point or girard avenue you're moving really well. the lanes do narrow but for the most part you have nothing to worry about. vine street expressway fantastic in, delays to or from the schuylkill or i-95. gloucester gloucester, gloucester you doubt yourself for a second and lot a a word that looks different, i reported this area a million times, gloucester township, coals road at little gloucester road. chews landing red at blackwood clementon road. so those would be two good alternate for you ukee and erika. good news as you get ready to make breakfast. >> we will let you know which breakfast stapel is getting
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cheaper. yesterday eggs were more expensive. >> is it scrapple. >> we will find out soon. philadelphia city council's web site is back to normal after a hack a attack. see the message that stunned people that went to the site. but first here's another memorable moment from david letterman's final that i you may have missed if you went to bed early. >> he talked about what is medication for him and paul schaefer. >> we are going to continue in show biz. next month it will be june in las vegas which by the the way is the time to go to last veg as paul and i will be debuting our new act at caesars palace with our white
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the patriot act is in limbo after senator rand paul protested plans to renew it. >> i want to thank the senate staff for coming in and
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staying, i know you don't get much choice but thank you for staying and in the throwing things. >> the kentucky republican commandeered the senate floor for ten and a half hours yesterday. his filibuster ended just before midnight. paul criticized the patriot act as unpatriotic and national security agency's collection of phone data, without warrant. philadelphia city council's web site is backup and running this morning after getting hack. this is video of what it looked like yesterday morning right there. news about legislation on the web site was replaced with text on a black screen, sorry that is screen it was replaced with criticizing the site's security. site remained down for hours. the it is in the clear who is responsible but a message was posted during the attack attributing to it cyber commandoes. no other city web sites were a affect. happening today philadelphia's mayor michael nutter meets the man who could succeed him. he will talk with democratic mayoral candidate jim kenney, at city hall and then both men
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will meet with reporters. kenney faces melissa murray bail any november. they made a joint appearance yesterday. kenney beat five other candidates in tuesday's mayoral primary. pennsylvania governor tom wolf is continues his schools that teach tour in delaware county this morning he is planning a round table discussion at the stone hearst hill school in delaware county. the governor wants a 5 percent gas tax to fund pennsylvania schools. well, hopefully john bon jovi won't give graduation a bad name today in camden. new jersey rocker is commencement speaker at this morning's graduation for rutgers university/camden. he will receive a honorary doctors of letter degrees during the ceremony at the susquehanna bank center. i love how much he gives back to the area where he is from. >> very much so. it would be nice if the band showed up also. >> just happened to throw down a hit. >> yes, you never know. coming up on the healthwatch this morning new reason to get a pet. big benefits they can give some children.
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what a difference temperature wise. >> it is definitely very cool outside, in the terribly breezy. our wind will be haphazard but we are not going to be climbing too much on the thermometer today because of a storm nearby. right now taking things out to sky cam three in a atlantic city telltale signs of the cloud starting to move in. it is dry initially here in ac it went stay that way. to you see what is hanging off the shore of north and south carolina, that will rotate wet weather our way. we will see in western pennsylvania it is not making a beeline, our wet weather moves from the south but we expect to see american anything scattered showers and in philly and vicinity but you could pick up a couple tenth of an inch easily down toward the shore point which we frankly need but it puts a damper on our after plans obviously. victoria, over to you. we will give kate what she
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wants and take you to the schuylkill and conshohocken curve. lets get outside. our majors looks gra. we have good news every where. thinks 76 around conshohocken. we have gone black and white it seems right now. but if you have, taken you back in time, if you are traveling in either direction no delays to and from your western suburbs in and around center city, philadelphia, heading in to philadelphia or new jersey using our bridges it is really nice. no major delays, for sure. it is gloucester we have an accident unfortunately coals road and little gloucester road. we have a few alternate. so use those and in delays for, mass transit ukee. on the sports page the phillies are winners of seven of their last eight games and they wrap up their colorado series with an have afternoon game later today, 3:10 our time. last tonight ryan howard, oh, absolutely destroyed the baseball. deep to center field for his eighth of the season. the it is gone. by the way temperatures were in the 30's by the end of this
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game at coors field. phil was some defense. nice catch by odell herrera leading to a sweet double play. phillies win this one final score four-two. another tough night for rangers goalie, henrik, the tampa bay lightening won this one in overtime six-five and it is second game in the road the former trophy winner was allowed six goals or has allowed six goals in the hockey game. lightening lead two games to one with game four, tomorrow night in tampa. erika. ukee, one of the philadelphia area most cherish traditions gets underway today on the main line. it may have started as a one day fair in 1896 but devon horse show and country fairies oldest largest multi breed horse competition in the u.s. devon horse show benefits bryn mawr hospital and runs through may 31st. >> they do a great job. i have been out there a few times over the years. new legal troubles for bill cosby why a super model
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is suing the comedian. also a jogger attacked in a park near a local college campus we're live with the search for her attacker. what a memorable night as david letterman says good bye we will have the hilarious moments from his big finally on the other side. vittoria and katie return with traffic and weather together on the three's as we look live outside it will be a bit
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a university of delaware student goes for a jog in a
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new castle county park only to be grab, and then grope. this morning police are looking for her attacker. good morning everyone. the woman was running in the rittenhouse park in newark when someone grabbed her from behind. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is at newark police headquarters to tell us more bit justin good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ukee and erika. the woman in this case thought she was doing everything right. she saw a strange man on her jog path so she chose to go the other way and that is when she said he persued her and attacked her and that is why police want to find him this morning. the tuesday just after 8:00 a.m. a woman jogging sees a strange man standing on the trail of rittenhouse park. so she chooses to go the other way and then... >> a white male suspending lunged at her grabbed her waist and rear even area and she's able to break away and she ran home and called police. >> reporter: she escaped uninjured, as they called in the police for signs of the
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man, none of them were found. police suspect that the man may be homeless, in surprise to some. >> there are a number of home less people living in the park. i have seen them, you know, walking around. it doesn't surprise me. >> reporter: jogger is a 25 year-old grad student from the university of delaware. ward of what happened has reached campus and put other opportunities on alert. >> you have to be careful. you should have a partner. >> it the makes me more wear when i'm jogging keeping track making sure you have your phone in case something happens. >> reporter: now police say this man has dark hair, a dark full beard was last seen wearing red white shirt and khaki pants and carrying a blue bag. have of course this happened in broad daylight 8:00 a.m. and police want to find him as soon as possible. if you have any tips call police in newark. we are live, justin finch for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". also in the the news, philadelphia police are investigating a


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