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new york's chelsea neighborhood. brook silva bragga cbs in man hat a right now. >> rapidly developing investigation, cbs news has learned the man wanted for the bombings here in new york, in new jersey, has been taken into custody after a shoot-out with police. authorities say bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami is in custody after shooting a police officer in linden, new jersey respect sources tell cbs news the naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan seen in surveillance video from saturday bombing in the chelsea section in manhattan. >> extremely fortunate and grateful nobody was killed. >> reporter: the search for ahmad khan rahami comes afro booth detonate add bomb overnight in elizabeth, one of five devices fawn near a train station. speculation from the elizabeth police department is that they were not timed to go off so, therefore, whether they were being investigated, or followed, that they were disposed of in a garbage can in the very hasty manor.
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>> police also took five people into custody during traffic stop in brooklyn last night, in connection to the explosion here in chelsea. the fbi combed the manhattan neighborhood collecting evidence monday. surveillance video shows people running for cover, after the pressure cooker bomb exploded saturday night 29 people were hurt. second pressure cooker bomb was found four blocks away, but did not explode. earlier on saturday, pipe bomb detonated in the jersey shore town every seaside park before charity run, no one hurt in that attack. authorities say ahmad khan rahami suspect in both the jersey shore at chelsea bombings. >> reports say ahmad khan rahami also shot during that confrontation with police and taken to the hospital. live in new york, brook silva bragga, for cbs news, back to you. >> quickly ask whether any connections between the three device that is were found between three of the incidents between new york and new jersey? >> reporter: well, as we heard, officially from new york governor andrew cuomo this morning, there are some connections and the best we understand it all three
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devices the one that was set off at that marine race in new jersey, the one that exploded behind me and the one found four blocks north of here used cell phones and triggering devices so that's is one of the early signs these events might be linked. >> brooke, any concern there may also be other devices out there? >> reporter: well, it is obviously impossible to know for sure, but governor cuomo this morning said that there is no indications of other devices. >> reporting from manhattan, thank you. >> the presidential candidates are addressing security issues after the bomb explosions in new york and new jersey. >> hillary clinton is here in philadelphia today for a rally at temple university. "eyewitness news" reporter anita o joins us live from temple campus, good afternoon, anita. >> good afternoon, rahel, jim, that's right. secretary clinton is expected to speak here at an event in just a few moments, as you can see, there is already a large crowd gathered here waiting for her to speak. but before anyone could get
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inside, they had to pass through a security check point. a k9 dog and multiple officers check each bag, removing items like aerosole cans and umbrellas, and earlier this morning clinton addressed the explosions in new york and new jersey, take a listen to what she had to say. >> let us be vim lent, but not afraid. we have faced threats before. if you see something, or you hear something, report it immediately. to local law enforcement authorities. i know we will meet this new danger with the same courage and vigilance. we choose resolve, not fear. we will not turn on each other or under mine our values. we will stand together because we are stronger together in the face of this threat and every other challenge. >> and back out live, these student are again waiting for secretary clinton to speak here at temple university. this is happening at the great
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fall at mitten hall. clinton expected to focus on key voting block which is millennials, explain how her policies will benefit them. we expect to hear her plans to implement free community college goal of the current administration as well and outside we did see long line of student, spoke to one who said she was bern err sanders supporter but using the vote to support clinton, also saw loan trump supporter with sign protesting clinton's visit. you can see the signs here that say love trump hate. again, secretary clinton will be addressing student at temple university with speech focusing on millennials and her plan for them. full report of her speech and her comments tonight on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 and 6:00. live at temple university, anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> anita, see you then, thank you. also just learned gop presidential nominee donald trump will be back in our area later this week. trump is scheduled to hold rally with supporters in chester delaware county thursday night. the republican campaigning today in fort myers florida. and now counting down to just 49 days until election day.
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of course stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage on air and on line at >> well, today's stormy weather moving through the area is giving us some much needed rain but making it quite difficult to get around. this is what people were stepping out into on the way to work and school this morning. cbs-3 along independence mall where drenching downpours, even with umbrellas, made it hard to stay dry. here is what it looked like down the jersey shore. surround every city ocean county where drivers carefully made their way through flooded streets this morning. katie fehlinger is in the cbs-3 weather center. you have been watching this all morning. what else can you tell us about this wet weather. >> still out there, not as bad or as pronounced at least and widespread fashion like it had been earlier this morning, rahel. but, again, it is still out there. this is certainly a front loaded forecast for us when it comes to the week ahead. much nicer weather down the road. for now, let's take you out there, show you what's happening first on storm scan3, yes, still mess, especially through delaware, portions of eastern new jersey
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specially. we have flood advisory, that's now going out of effect, along eastern portions of new jersey. but you can see that things are starting to dry out depending on location, further north go likely still see maybe scattered shower here and, there but at least not as bad as it was this morning. meanwhile already pick up over an inch worth of rain in philadelphia. so far today, this is the first rain we've had since september 1st. so the rest of the day still features additional scattered showers, possibly even thunderstorm, but it is far less widespread, far definitely not as heavy as we had seen earlier in the morning, so that's at least some good news. but i know what you are thinking. you are already looking ahead to the weekends after the morning we had. with that said we want to welcome you here to our weekend watch, brand new segment we've got here, cold front coming along this week, bringing with it noticeably cooler less humid conditions. possibly shower along the way. jim, rahel, we send it back on over to you. >> thanks so much, katie n other news this afternoon, now getting a look at the moment a police officer was shot during deadly rampage in west philadelphia. this video captured by camera
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outside a barber shop shows the moment university of pennsylvania officer edward miller was hit. he was released from the hospital yesterday. investigators say the gunman, nicholas glenn, went on a shooting rampage late friday night, killing a woman, and injuring five others. people living nearby ducked for cover. >> it was ten, then four more, so i just laid in bed and got close to the wall, you know, shooting through the windows. >> philadelphia police sergeant sylvia young remains hospitalized after she was shot several times. glenn was killed in a police shoot-out. investigators say glenn was angry with his probation officer, and police, and wrote about it in a note found at the scene. >> well, before officer miller was released from the hospital yesterday, got a visit from some of the eagles, zach earth, jordan hicks, all stopped by the eagles, then hopped on plane to chicago for their showdown with the bears. >> very nice gesture there. tonight before the eagles kick off some players say they're
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planning to protest during the national anthem. the latest team to demonstrate following of course the lead set by san francisco colin kaepernick, malcolm jenkins say they're not sure what they'll do when the anthem is doing but not meant to disrespect the flag or police. >> regardless how you choose to demonstrate or stands, locking arms, or kneeling, i think everybody is starting to understand that this is an agenda that needs to continue to be pushed, and people are feeling they need the move. they feel that momentum. >> in response doug pederson head coach said he supports the team, the team's decision to protest, but just hopes it doesn't become a distraction. >> coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", we talked to doctor phil about his exclusive interview with the brother of jonbenet ramsey. found murdered in her home 20 years ago. in today's final episode of the case, hear what burke ramsey will reveal. >> and, which television show
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broke a record at last night's emmies? we have the big
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>> twenty years after the murder of his sister, burke ramsey has finally broken his silence. >> in doctor phil's interview with him continues, a look at the evidence that exonerated burke and his family. >> there still are people that believe that you killed your
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sister. what do you say about that? >> look at the evidence or the lack thereof. >> part of their rational, these people, say you are the only one that your parents would go to, the lengths that they went to, to cover up everything that happened. when they say covered up, they are talking about fabricating this ransom note, they're talking about if she was strangled then causing the head injury, doing all of this cover-up was all done to protect you, because they didn't want to lose two children. that's their theory. >> well, i spoke with doctor phil earlier to talk about more about burke's theory of who killed his sister. >> today's episode is the final episode, and i'm telling you, jim, this is, i believe, the best episode of the series. this is where it all comes together. i asked burke ramsey: did you
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murder jonbenet? do your parents think you murdered jonbenet? were you in the kitchen when that 911 call took place? do you think either of your parents had anything involvement with it? do you, burke, have a theory about who killed jonbenet? and jim his answer is yes. he does have a theory. and he tells us with great precision who he thinks is involved in the death of his sister jonbenet. >> you can watch the final part of doctor phil's exclusive interview today at 4:00 right here on cbs-3 followed of course beyonce with us news -- "eyewitness news" at 5:00 and 6:00. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news", some popular series really clean up at the emmies. which show broke the record for the highest number of emmy award ever won by any show next. katie? >> and rahel, we are looking ahead here to a pretty mild start to the fall season. in the meantime, though, we still have got the mess on storm scan3 to address. we'll tell you exactly when this heavy rain is finally going to get on out of here
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and your full forecast on the other side.
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>> welcome back, 68th annual prime time emmy awards honors the best in television last night. >> david daniel with a look at some of the big winners and most memorable moments. >> all right, those very first thing emmy host jimmy kimmel did was hand trophy to transparent star, jeffrey tam bore, less than hour later it was official, he won his second straight emmy for playing a trans jenner woman. >> please give transgender talent a chance. give them awed innings cents. >> give them their story.
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i would not be unhappy where i the last trans jenner male to play a female trans gender on television. >> jerry louie. >> history was made as julia louise dreufuss won her fifth consecutive emmy for the political comedy and after light hearted apology for creating the political climate, she ended her speech with a heavy hearted tribute. >> i would like to dedicate it to my father, william lewis dreufuss, who passed away on friday, and i'm so glad that he liked me, because his opinion was the one that really mattered. thank you. >> the people versus o.j. simpson. >> the night's big winner was the people the o.j. simpson, taking best limited series and four other awards, including one for sarah paulson, who gave stirring defense of the real life character she played. >> the more i learned about the real marcia clark, not the two dimensional cardboard cut
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out i saw on the news, but the complicated giant hearted mother of two who woke up every day, put both feet on the floor and dedicated herself to write right ago unconscionable wrong, the more i had to recognize i along with the rest of the worlds had been superficial and careless in my judgement and i am glad to be able to stand here today in front of everyone and tell you i'm sorry. >> in hollywood, i'm david daniel. what a night. >> really was. and julia lewis dreufuss, what an amazing speech last night, and you can tell it was straight from the heart. >> absolutely, she will always be lidge today me. >> course, how could you forget? >> i know the rain just got here. but is it too soon to talk about whether it will get on out of here? >> it might not be, you know, skipping right along, it is taking its sweet old time. >> this front is very sluggish after all, but it is eventually leaving, i promise you. actually looking ahead to nice weather as the days progress
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here. so we walk you through that pattern. we do have to address the here and now, of course the rain that just drenched us this morning, oh, what a rough morning drive it was. and we ended up with some very impressive rainfall totals. take a look, obviously very short list. but phoenixville over inch and a half that fell from this morning already, over 3 inches of hamburg, reading picked up 2.33 inches, and the list goes on here, so definitely again very impressive way to start off the work week. we really needed the rain. we were facing nearly 5-inch rain deficit even back to january 1. however this helped put dent into that. meantime this front is still pushing out. drug a lot of moisture, warmth out in advance of it. we are very likely still going to have to dodge some additional showers, if not thunderstorm or two before it is all said and done, mainly just showers left over, then look how quiet it is across pretty much the rest of the us. we get in on the pattern eventually it, will take bit of time here again slow moving
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front. so, as we look at future weather the next couple of hours, see how things sort of fizz snell not gone but better than it was, you won't be dodge that huge plume of moisture bringing the heavy rain like we had earlier today. and, even into the overnight, there may still be lingering shower here and there, even tomorrow morning, but at least this is the last gasp of this front. and then it starts to clear out for us, as we look toward to the rest of our tuesday, that's the transition that takes place to bring us much nicer weather in the day ahead. yep, it was very much needed rain. at least it is gone. as we head through the day tomorrow, and again, other than shower in the morning, it is going to start to clear out, back to the 80s as skies brighten up too. less humid for us come wednesday. with high pressure building back in place, will feel real nice, warm, granted but very nice, we officially usher in the fall season with above average warmth as well into the 80s one more, speaking of ushering in the fall season, autumnal equinox will do that for us, december 22 -- september 22, 10:21, we usher
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in the fall season, even though our meteorologists saying all right, it is fall like already, september 1, marked meteorological fall here. meanwhile boardwalk plaza oh, what a mess. not one loan soul out there right now. just so dreary. still pouring rain. further north go it is beginning to clear out at least little bit. although again scattered showers, pretty much still the norm for us, for the rest of the day. the heaviest rain is tapering off. still going to be dodging scattered variety of showers on the area radar, through tonight, and again, tomorrow morning. and then we're in the clear for multiple days here, and really, wednesday through friday, looks pretty great right now. saturday, as we mentioned earlier in the broadcast, when the front comes along, could bring shower more than anything though, cooling down through the weekends and also turning less humid at that point. >> we do need the rain. >> exactly. that's what we've had to continue to reminds ourselves of. it was getting to be pretty decent deficit here in the region.
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>> coming up later today, a warning for doctors and parents, about a drug that is sometimes prescribed for children, researchers say it could cause dangerous side effect, what to talk to your pediatrician about, that's today at 5:00. all right, katie, say it ain't snow. >> we take one final look at the weather, still flood advisory, worth pointing out in cape may county. that actually lasts us for another two hours and change basically. and that's where we are still
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finding some pretty decent flooding going on, specially at the immediate shore lines, so please watch for. that will cape may county included this radar just bananas, been so heavy, that rain, intensity throughout the course of the morning, obviously most notable currently across southeastern new jersey, delaware engulfed basically the whole state. dealing with rain, and whether it is light or heavy, it is still there. so, the heavy rain still a polls. here. you know, counsel dealing with elevated creeks, streams, i just got a report into the weather center that portions every lincoln drive here in philly also still flooded out. you may end counter not just slow travel, some road closures, because of what's out there. >> so watch out. >> absolutely. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. for all of us here, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. we're always on line at of course the young and the restless is next. have a great day. >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> nick: hey. i've been trying to get ahold of you. were you upstairs visiting someone? >> summer: yeah, i've gotten your messages, dad. >> nick: why didn't you call me back? >> summer: i don't know. i've been busy. >> nick: [ sighs ] did you hear about your mom? >> summer: yeah, it'd be kind of hard not to. i mean, social media blew up last night and has not slowed down this morning. so, anyway, i'm on my way home. >> nick: summer, your mom's gonna need us right now. >> summer: we need to be worried about jack right now. >> come on, come on, phyllis. why did you sleep with your husband's brother? >> victoria: [ sighs ] billy. >> billy: why do you look so surprised to see me for? >> victoria: i'm kind of wondering what you're doing here right now. >> billy: well, i'm here because it's my day with the kids.


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