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all eyes are on the eagles quarterback of the future and he goes one-on-one with sports direct don bell. what wentz says he has in common with birds fans. >> you may think your home is safe but david spunt shows you the sneaky and surprising ways burglars can still get inside and how you can outsmart them. also, what will happen to prince's estate? the music i icon was worth millions but did not have a will. so what happens if you die without make your final wishes known? good question. nicole brewer gets the answer but we begin tonight with another question that's been on our mind. what happened to spring? >> really. >> good evening, i'm jessica dean. >> i'm ukee washington. gloomy, chilly finish to the week and now we're tracking rain for the weekend. kate, there are a lot of outdoor events this weekend. >> a lot of outdoor events indeed and it looks like especially the ones on sunday not going to be the best weather unfortunately especially for the folks running broad street. we'll in depth broad street forecast in just bit.
first i want to show you what's happening right now if anyone is out and about this evening the heaviest rain is staying off to our north but notice we are still tracking a batch of showers moving through mainly through new jersey and delaware at the moment. let's zoom in and take peek at what we're dealing with again a couple of scattered showers in new castle counsel fee also over south jersey and up around the trenton area and that's not all we'll see. more showers as we head through the overnight hours and then a stronger system back to the west and that one will get here on sunday. in the meantime, it is chilly outside even as the showers decrease overnight. temperatures are only in the 4 40s. and not going to get much better as we head through the weekend. coming up i'll physical you when you can get outside and were one the heaviest rain will fall in just a few minutes. >> kate, thank you. the future of the philadelphia eagles arrived in the city of brotherly love and sisterly affection today. >> that's right. the spotlight is shining awfully bright on carson wentz and sports director don bell got to spend quality time with him over the past two days. you were in chicago until this morning and now you're with us tonight. >> i think he's ready for his
clone up. >> yes,. >> he's from a small town but he just -- there's something about him. he just is who he is. >> that's good to hear. >> pretty comfortable. crazy 24 hours. last night i talked to carson wentz after he was drafted. this morning we flew back to philly on the same flight. landed shortly after 1:30 p.m. when we got off the plane the eagles security were waiting for carson along with two police officers. we walked the concourse philly international airport workers clapped for him as he walked down the hall. aggressive autograph seekers harassed him every step of the way. carson came into the town with his big bro zach and his wife at the airport. as you take a look at video of him from his playing days with north dakota state. carson says he and the eagles fans are just alike. >> i have high expectations for myself. i'm wired to win, and i get ticked off if i'm not. i think i'll fit in just fine. >> you said you're antsy. why? >> it seems like it's been a long time since i've been really learning football having to playbook and everything and this
process really just been in limbo for a long time. finally, finally it was here last night. i got to know where i'm headed and now i'm -- it's getting close to actually getting that playbook and getting ready to go. it. >> seems like all of this stuff is just noise to him. he's ready to go to work. >> he wants to win. >> a lot of focus for somebody who just lapped. >> he's a man trying to get ready for his job. owe he's focused. >> i like that. >> thanks, don. >> new at 11:00 tempers player flare philadelphia mayor and police commissioner face harsh criticism town hall meeting to discuss the stop and frisk policies. natasha brown is live in north philadelphia with more on what the outrage was all about. natasha? >> reporter: you know this town hall was all about stop and frisk and the policy as it relates to philadelphia police. it was meant to open up a dialogue about this policy. instead it opened up plenty of emotional outbursts.
>> town hall meeting on the city stop and frisk program quickly spiraled out of control. >> anger, frustration and pain from community members gathered at this church in north philadelphia. many feel the policy is unfair and targets african-americans. >> in philadelphia, we have stopped on average about 200 to 300,000 people a year, and of the two or 300,000 people about 80% of turned up that they have no contraband, they're not doing anything illegal. >> reporter: explosive emotional outbursts led to many leaving the meeting. >> you have to work together. you know what i'm saying. you have to love one another. instead of going about hating everybody. >> we came here to get some answers from the mayor and from the police commissioner. we want to hear them. i mean, a dialogue is when people talk. the other people talk. if you try to come in the middle, it's more emotional i. scream and holler over each on the.
>> reporter: several calls for calm allowed for brief conversation between the community, police commissioner richard ross and mayor jim kenney. kenney said unequivocally during his campaign for mayor he would end stop and frisk by the philadelphia police department. he was fiercely questioned about when that would happen. >> i think as people have more opportunities to engage the mayor and the commissioner, um, and they get that off of their chest the next couple of times, okay, i'm done with that. now let's talk about the nuts and bolts of this. >> reporter: the mayor seemed exasperated trying to reassure residents he was taking this issue seriously and working on it but nonetheless, the shouting reignited and the meeting ended abruptly a head of scl schedule. live in north philly to night, natasha brown cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> natasha, thank you. no charges have been filed yet in the death of a teenager an wilmington high school. investigators say they're still gathering evidence in the death of 16-year-old amy joyner frances. and they are asking the community for patience.
joyner frances was found dead april 21 in girls bath raul at howard high school of technolo technology. three students have been questioned since that attack that left her dead. we are hearing from a heroic nine-year-old had came to the rescue of his big sister who is being chased by a pitbull. the dog chased 11-year-old girl while she was waiting for the schoolbus. it happened 32nd and diamond in strawberry mansion yesterday morning. when her little brother jumped in to help, he became the dog's' target and suffered a bite on his back. >> i just glad my sister didn't get hurt. and because i love her and she's helpful to me. >> neighbors beat the dog away with a shovel. the boy suffered minor injuries and will be treated for rabies as a pro caution. animal control has possession of the dog. scary moments two emergency landings at philadelphia international airport happened just minutes apart.
>> let me know when you have the airport in sight as you turn it will be 12:00 o'clock and 8 miles. >> in sight. >> that was audio from this morning between the tower and american eagle flight 48 see one from richmond virginia operated by piedmont airline. the pilot warning the control tower that he would evacuate the plane once on the ground. that plane had smoke in the cockpit and cabin. one passenger tweeted a photo of himself with the oxygen mask on and then another photo of passengers on the runway. 15 minutes before that emergency landing, the pilot of a republican airline flight reported flight control problems that. plane landed safely. hundreds of demonstrators descended on the california republican convention today to protest an appearance by donald trump. police placed barriers around the san francisco hotel but did it not work as the crowds continued to swell. trump had to be escort flood the convention through a secret entrance. he made sure to joke about the ordeal during his speech.
>> that was not the easiest entrance i've ever made. (laughter). >> my wife called. she said there are helicopters following you and we did and then we went under a fence and through a fence and, oh, boy felt like i was crossing the border actually. (laughter). >> it's true. >> things got out of control outside trump rally in orange county, california last night. police say 20 people were arrested after demonstrations in companies at a mesa turned violent. one man was caught stomping on a patrol car. the disturbances went on for hours until police were able to get the crowd to disperse. texas senator ted cruz continues to campaign in indiana and today he picked up an endorsement from the state's governor mike pentz. in the meantime john kasich answered questions from voters at an event in san francisco. vermont senator bernie sanders stumped in indianapolis and hillary clinton had no public events today. vice-president biden pope francis made a joint appearance at the vatican to call for a
renewed global commitment to cancer research. he's trying to rally international support behind the cancer moon shot program. it aims to develop new treatments and find a cure. pope francis said both faith and science can work together to solve the cancer epidemic. the vice-president's son beau died of cancer, brain cancer last year. you think you safeguard your whom against burglars is your house actually an easy target. >> the tricky ways criminals can get inside your home and how you can outsmart them. >> also the death of prince. music icon was worth millions but did not have will. so what happens if you die without make your last wishes known? that's good question and nicole brewer gets the answer. kate? weekend is upon us. a lot of people trying to get outside and lots of stuff going on. coming up i'll tell when you the heaviest rain from this system will impact your weekend and when the best time will be to try and get outside. and the amazing story behind this little guy. how this colt beat the odds when
jessica dean, kate bilo and don bell. ♪ home break ins happen in all neighborhoods and for many people keeping your home safe is a constant concern. >> but there are sneaky and surprising ways burglars can get what they want. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt shows you what could be make your home an easy target. >> reporter: with temperatures warming up people just don't spend as much time at home. that could mean trouble according to a man who spent years wretching the minds and patterns of burglars. >> burg las have real particular take on how we bill the cities we live in and they look at buildings very differently. >> just wrote a book burglars guide to the city it just hit shelves a few weeks ago. >> they look forget away routes we look for a way to get to work. >> reporter: his data shows if you live near on-ramp or
off-ramp for a freeway, you will be targeted more. than if you are not near a freeway. it gives the bad guys a way to get in and out quickly. and where you live on your street matters, too. >> if you live on the corner pore likely to be broken into. >> you have everything you need right here. >> we met alyssa on quiet corner in fairmount near the art muse museum. >> people target people who look vulnerable. >> she found herself vulnerable few years ago. >> i came home one time actually a neighbor of mine burglarized my apartment complex while i was at temple university. >> protecting yourselves from burglars is a common sense practice. >> some of those common sense things alarm and security came camera. prices for cameras are more affordable now than ever. >> i'm very blessed my building has camera right in front of it and across the street from the school. >> reporter: if you live in newer suburban development a lot of times the plans to your home model are online easy for anyone to access. >> the floor plans online i hadn't thought about that.
>> sherri says she loves living in the city. one of the big reasons trust among neighbors. >> we have a very close neighborhood. i think that makes a difference, also, if neighbors watch out for each other, and know each other i think there's less likelihood of having a burglary. the fbi puts out annual statistics the last full year out from 20,148,000,000 property crimes that year, ukee and jessica. about $14 billion worth with a b to homeowners to property owners arc lot of money interesting statistic. david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> great information, david, thank you. as the investigation continues into the death of prince, the jacket the sinking super star wore in 1984 movie purpose rain is hitting the auction block. it has an estimated value of $8,000. prince was found dead at his home last week. authorities are still investigating whether he died from an overdose. this week we also learned
prince did not have a will. he died leaving behind an estate worth millions of dollars. >> so where will the money go? it's a good question and nicole brewer joins us now. nicole, there are a lot of people out there who may not have wills. >> yeah, actually more than half of american at adults pretty surprising. it may be because it's not exactly something most of us want to think about, right? but we prince's passing, it did make us wonder what happens if you die without a will. it's a good question that often depends on who you are and where you live. ♪ >> kind of a tough topic to think about. >> what happens if you die without will? >> oh, good question. >> i have no idea. >> if you die without a will, the state determines what happens to your estate. >> bill donahue is an estate attorney he says the legal term is inn testy see. >> if you die to in nest at any time it means you didn't have will or some vehicle that terms what happens with your property. >> studies show that includes
55% of american adults. >> it's unpleasant. some people don't prepare for it. >> nobody really wants to think about dying. >> this week a judge confirmed that number includes prince. he had a $300 million estate but no will. >> that wasn't very wise at all. >> for now his sister who is his closest living relative has filed legal documents to access his fortune. >> i think it should go to family. >> in most cases it does. while the specifics vary from state to state in general if you're single don have kids your parents are first to inherit your state then siblings then extended family. >> i don't like them but i don't want them to have your money. >> if you're single with kids it gets divided equally among them f you're married all assets go to spouse if you're married with children the kids and the spouse. >> just the spouse. >> this where things get dicey especially if the spouse in the parent of your children. >> the evil stepmother that could be problem. >> it depends on the state which is why it's important to put
your wishes in writing. >> we just got the paper work and filled it out. >> it's like putting a plan together. >> now there is a possibility that prince put his plans in a trust which is an alternative to a will and that's actually what michael jackson did. so when his mother filed a case to claim his estate in 2000 nip a lawyer actually came forward with what mj had drafted years before that. so it's yet to be determine if prince has something like that. >> kit get really really ughly. >> that's a lot of money. >> difficult with family and money, yeah. >> it gets tricky. >> nicole thanks. appreciate it. >> what's your good question? log on to cbsphilly.com/good question to let us know. you can also tweet us just be sure hash tag cbs3 good questi question. and nicole will be here every night with the answer on "eyewitness news" at 11:00 and we can't wait to hear from you. update now on story we brought you just last night. some neglected horses being nursed baaing to health in bucks county. >> we're happy to report on a new addition. one of those horses gave birth to healthy colt the mother and other horses were taken to a
veterinarian near allentown authorities was prope not takine of them. at the last chance ranch in quake consider town. >> kate bilo joins us with an update on any activity activities you may have this weekend heads up. >> little league going on. science festival tomorrow by the franklin institute, of course and the broad street run which is probably the biggest race in philadelphia besides the philadelphia marathon and it's a big one. >> and penn relays on saturday. if your saturday plans involve outdoor activities you'll probably be okay. the most beautiful we've ever seen certainly not but it won't be a wash out. just a little chilly mack sure you've got the coats on layer the kids up for the little league maybe the long sleeved shirt underneath something like that because it is going to be a little on the cool side tomorrow. with that said, sunday is definitely the lee eighty three
of the two days. quick outside our rooftop camera showing clouds over ned head. it dry if the city of philadelphia. the the clouds were in and out all day. a couple showers come through then gray then another round of showers comes through and gray and gloomy again. i miss the sun. i think we'll see a few peeks of it tomorrow. storm scan3 shows a couple of light showers here and there. most of them are south and east of philadelphia. just a few light ones popping up over south jersey a few over ocean county and a few more down in delaware. that's it for no stronger system poised to head our way as we get into the week and this one you see right here producing severe weather in texas overnight. decent amount of real estate between the system impacting us tonight and the one moving in for the weekend and this weather right here is what we'll get into for tomorrow. it's not bad. kind of cloudy i think we'll see a new breaks of sun here and there. i'm more optimistic about the tonight than i was yesterday. things are starting to look better perhaps. still chilly though.
49 degrees in philadelphia. 46 in reading. 45 in allentown. and as we head through the weekend, still tonight light showers and drizzle. saturday clouds, some sun peeking through. sunday that's when pockets of rain move through. let's talk about when the heaviest rain will move through. because notice tomorrow you see a lot of cloud cover here. like i said it's not a beautiful day. but by 2:00 p.m. start to see the clouds breaking up just a little bit if we get enough sup i think temperatures do rise into the low to mid 60s. then this big wall of rain starts to move in overnight tomorrow night. right really over the region sunday morning just in time for everybody to head out to broad street. this is 7:00 a.m. heavy rain over philadelphia. it continues 8:00 a.m. it continues really through the day heaviest then lifts off to the north but notice it's still raining heavily at noon then it starts to move on out and we may dry thing out sunday evening. another round of rain monday morning. and then finally some clearing late monday into tuesday. how much rain are we talking? well we are deficit we need the
rain so it's if news in that respect but we're looking at anywhere from half inch to possibly an inch. latest run of the rpm model has us over an inch of rain. over under three quarters of inch of rain this weekend. overnight light shower to drizzle overnight. 45. then clouds and breaks of sun, that will help us get to 63 degrees for your saturday. could be worse. we'll see some sunshine. not bad if you're outside tomorrow but sunday 51 degrees we kick off the broad street run and the rain will be falling at a pretty good clip at that time you definitely want to wear the poncho keep yourself dry as much as possible. but you don't need to bundle up too much with temperatures in the 50s. get hot as you're running kind of layer that rain gear on tom of your normal running clothes. next week looks better. finally tuesday back to normal. looks likes we got 70s sprinkled in next week if only we could swap the weekend days out for those days. >> i'm sorry, i got distracted because i wanted to know from don if he had a running poncho. >> i'm doing broad street run on sunday. what are the chances you guys
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welcome back. nfl draft continues. eagles had just one pick today and it came in the third round they went with offensive linem lineman. the selection is isaac say you mal low. i can say it again. from oregon state. six to the three. 303 pounds. sir isaac plays sent, right guard, left and right tackle.
the birds adding depth to that o line. the question who do they block for. >> carson wentz is finally a philly in week he'll hit the field for rookie mini camp. his first step because press conference witnes with the medi. he arrived in town 1:30. four hours later he made his way to the podium at the novacare complex. take look at him walking the concourse at the airport. guys, looking for for autograp autographs. they are all around him. he's like come on, give me some space. that's for the conversation i had with him who gave him the best advice? >> enjoy it. enjoy it. don't make eight big deal. just enjoy the process. it only happens once and that's what i did. i went through it. it was long and, um, a loft anxiousness going on but i did enjoy it and i understand it only happens once next off season looks different. >> other draft news the jets picked former nittany quarterback christian hackenbe
hackenberg. he's the penn state career leader in passing yards and touchdowns. he's the first nittany lion quarterback to be drafted since 1997. shout out to kate bilo's lions. >> the phillies are two games over 500 for the first time in 1,300 days. the fightings have been a pleasant surprise ton night they hosted cleveland indians. look at you lapping over there jessica dean. irish heritage night at the ballpark and riley dance group popping nice job ladies. no score in the fifth. raja davis driving in corey, snapping the phillies 26 inning scoreless sleek. choose chooch line drive to right. ryan howard pick them up and make the three to one. dave low with the -- david low with the base rock tonight and chooch scoring to make it three-two. the phils tie the game. eleventh inning the big piece ryan howard at the the dish and
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well. >> stephen: hey, gwen, i'm so glad you're here. hi, i'm stephen. so nice to meet you. i am so excited you're doing the show. >> i'm a huge fan of you. >> stephen: do you mind if we ask what song you're singing tonight? >> we're going to do a new one, "make me like you." >> stephen: i just wanted to make sure you weren't doing hollaback girl. >> what's wrong with hollaback girl? >> stephen: it's one of my favorite songs. i'm a little stickler when it comes to scrabble. and i don't know if you know it, but in the song you spell the word banana wrong. >> no, i
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