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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> a missing preschool is her now safe, a virginia father surrenders to authorities in south jersey after authorities spent a week searching for him and his four year old daughter. the farther surrendered earlier today in gloucester county. good afternoon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. amber alert, including in our
area, joe holden live in monroe township where dillan richardson turned himself in. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon there is all ended around 5:00 this morning, police in virginia had sent this little four year old girl, annabell richardson, was in grave danger. again, all ended peacefully. right now, dillan richardson, annabell's father, and jacqueline mckenna, the four year old grant mother, in custody in the police building behind me. >> monroe township police say at 5:00 this morning dillan richardson surround end end after week long amber alert. virginia police on november 9th, triggered the alert after they claim richardson fled with his four year old daughter annabell. investigators say richardson did not have full parental right, and good out before a drug test that was court ordered. dillan richardson was alerted would be headed this way. >> earlier this morning about 5:00 a.m., mr. dillan richards son brought annabell into
headquarters, with at the encouragement of another person, who had seen the amber alert on tv. >> police say richardson was assisted in the abduction by his mother, jacqueline mckenna, of glassboro. both mother and son will be held fugitive from justice charges, as for four year old annabell? >> oh, she is fine, i saw her myself a few minutes ago. >> and the department of youth and family services here in new jersey will determine what the next step is for annabell, when she will stay with family here in new jersey or go back to virginia, as for dillan richardson, and jacqueline mckenna, expected to face extra addition hearing where they will face the most serious charges in the state of virginia. live this afternoon, monroe township, joe holden, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> joe, thank you, glad she's okay. turning to the trump transition, president-elect donald trump is meeting with his runningmate and top advisors today, to discuss other high level positions at his cabinet. correspondent craig boswell at the white house with top
contender of the new trump administration. >> i don't know exactly, but i'll be -- >> alabama senator jeff sessions arrived at trump towers this morning where president-elect donald trump and vice president elect mike pence, are meeting later today, to discuss cabinet positions. among the candidates being sus dollars were secretary of state former new york city mayor rudy guiliani and former us ambassador to the united nations john bolten, former trump come pain fans newton recommended as treasury secretary. guiliani, former prosecutor; said to be the leading choice for top diplomats, but limited foreign policy experience. trump transition officials are also asking about having some of trump family members get high-level security clearance. his three adult children could get access to america's top secret, but they are also expected to continue running trump's businesses. that could be a problem for trump, who criticized hillary clinton's side to the clinton charitable foundation, as pay
foreplay during the campaign. >> if they want to drain the swamp, the relationship with the family and the business would be very open and above board, or the walls between the two would be very high, if the president trump wants to keep face with the promises he made and all of the criticism he leveled during the campaign. >> trump has just nine weeks, to fill administration positions before taking the oath of office. craig boswell, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". meanwhile, as president-elect trump works on his administration, the current president is on the final overseas trip of his presidency. correspondent margaret brennan shows us how president obama is reassuring allies about the trump presidency. >> despite mr. trump's assurance to the president, that he will stands by nato,
europeans worry his friendly outreach to russia, meaning youth len have free rain to do as he pleases, and there is concern, that the historic agreement, that the us brokers with the help of european allies may be in jeopardy, including the iran nuclear deal and the international climate change agreement. any suggestion that america will retreat from global leadership concerns europe, which is already struggling with brexit, high unemployment, a refugee crisis and the rice of national list groups here in greece, in germany, in the uk and in france. >> time will now tell whether the prescriptions that are being offered, whether brakes is, or with respect to the u.s. elections, ends up actually satisfying those people who have been fearful originally or concerned. >> so, president obama has his work cut out for him trying to reassure these long time allies. but even he doesn't fully know what president trump will do.
margaret brennan, cbs news, athens. and there will be many developments in the coming weeks as president-elect trump prepares to take office. stay with "eyewitness news" on air and on line for continuing coverage of our next president. meantime, getting first look at the incoming freshman class of lawmakers in the house of representatives. the new congressman and congress women took their class photo on the east steps of the capitol building this morning, republican law makers have maintained control of the house, following last week's election, they also continue to hold the majority in the senate. >> the morning rain is moving out. what can we expect for the rest of the afternoon? meteorologist, katie fehlinger live on the cbs-3 skydeck with a poster look at what's ahead. >> hey there, rahel, afternoon everybody. looking ahead here to brightening skies, even starting with today. we had a coastal disturbance that did mean a slow morning commute for a lot of us, specifically, across new jersey, and really the eastern half of philadelphia. this was one of those location-very strictly
location-based systems, which now, thankfully, i am happy to report starting to make its full retreat. little hint of breeze picking up in its wait. take a look at storm scan3, isn't it nice to see it emptying out on this, we can expect to see even hint of sunshine breaking through, what is generally a cloud deck, linger through the rest of the day, but i do see as i look off to the west here, off the cbs-3 skydeck, there is some blue sky trying to move in, ends up moving out nicer than it currently is at the moment. currently temperatures are also rebounding very efficiently, into the low 60s here, so exceeding expectations, we're at 54 degrees in trenton, 45 degrees in mount pocono, we have, in fact, had chance to exceed the expectations at philadelphia international airport as well, so right now, at 60 degrees, but upper 50's also expected down the shore. and we will keep those upper 40's in mount pocono, where, thankfully, clouds are starting to retreat. we are looking at the showers also doing the same. so, lingering clouds for sure for the rest of today. pleasant stretch, though, looking ahead, not to mention
warming trends, that goes along with that. but, in the wake of a warming trends, comes a significant cool down, yes, the possibility of snowflakes. that is very location-dependent as well, so i'll tell how has the best shot to sigh that later in the show, guys, back into you. >> thank you, katie. investigators are working to track down who ever viciously attacked a woman in mt. holly overnight. authorities say the 37 year old victim had been stabbed multiple times on west monroe street. she was flown to a hospital in trenton and at last check was list in the critical condition. officials say the to appears to be a case of domestic violence. they have identified a possible suspect but have not released that person's name. former eagle josh huff has hearing at a camden county superior courtroom this afternoon on drug and gun charges, stopped for feeding on the walt whitman bridge and police say he had a handgun, hollow point bullets and marijuana in his car. he is out on bail right now. the eagles released huff after his arrest, now a member of the tampa bay buccaneers
practice squad. well, tsa agents make a dangerous discovery at a major airport. coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we will show you what they found, and close call at another airport. why a pilot had to take evasive action during the landing. >> and this scene looks more like california wild fires. but these flames are threatening several states down south. why this fire fight could get even worse when we
near toronto yesterday, the pilot zig-zag to avoid hitting a object in the sky. two flight attendants suffered minor injuries. no passengers were hurt. >> well, for the third time since last thursday, tsa office verse caught someone trying to car a gun, onto a plane, at baltimore's washington airport. tsa officers say they found loaded gun in the hands bag of smyrna delaware woman bwi thurgood marshall airport yesterday. 9-millimeter gun was loaded with six bullets, including one in the chamber. the woman told investigators she didn't realize the loaded handgun was in her bag. >> bit of scary thought there. >> yes. >> dry weather, drought conditions, across the south, are fueling an explosion of wild fires. >> the fires have burned tens of thousands of acres so far, with no ends in site. correspondent mark vast man shows us some of the hardest hit areas this noon. >> reporter: more than 07 wild fires stretch across eight southern states, those fires have already charred more than 100,000 acres, and forced evacuations. >> oh, i'm concerned.
it was just top of the ridge. now it is down to here. it is unnerving, it is scary, it is terrifying. >> in north carolina, flames are threatening at least 1700 structures. >> we have california wild fires in north carolina. >> more than 20 wild fires are burning in north carolina, many of them, investigated for suspected arson. >> the way this fire is, it is totally different. this is the worse thing i've ever been involved in. >> from the flames, massive plumes of smoke, so large, dozens every counties are facing air quality advisory. view from nasa shows extent of the smoke. some of it has started to drift into the metro atlanta area. >> i've asthma, 12 year old twins, being outside with them, i've noticed them covering. >> nearly 4% the southeast is facing drought. including three quarters of alabama, and half the state of georgia. >> i've got fate that they'll get it out and we will be okay. >> another sense of the
challenge here, there are 5,000 firefighters on the grounds from as far away as colorado, arizona, and california. and in this continuing drought, there is no rain in the forecast. cbs news, clayton, georgia. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> one of the biggest honors yet for a former flyer. we will tell you who is adding a hall of fame award to the trophy case. katie? >> rahel, time for the weekend watch. getting ever closer day-by-day t looks right now like it will be a pretty phenominal start to the weekends if you're a fan of mild air. the problem is that does not last developing, we'll see serious nosedive by sunday not to mention not only chance for showers but for some of you snowflake. i'll explain in more detail right after the break.
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>> so far the flyers scored third most goals in the nhl, only seven, seven and two. senators come in at nine, five and one. former flyers captain eric lindrose is skating into the hockey hall of fame. lindrose was inducted monday, in front of his family, friends, and former teammates, take a look at this, he won nmlmvp award, made the all-star team six times, led the flyers to the 1997 stanley cup finals. also number 19 on the nhl all time scoring list. >> lots on the resume. >> very well deserved. >> absolutely. katie? >> so the rain is behind us, yes, and very nice stretch generally speaking is headed our way here. so, already starting to see as we showed you a moment ago,
things are clearing out. i've seen little blue sky in several of the field cameras, not everywhere. >> hey, we need the rain. >> we really do. this particular system didn't do much. >> exactly what it did. we had this light drizzle, pretty much in in center city for the most part. now that that system is pulling away, we are left just with a smooth sale for the next couple of days. there is, how much, another system that's going to start to nudge our way for the second half of the weekend and we see quite a transition, a lot of ups and downs that come along with the forecast. let me start it off by getting you outside. outside to the shore shot here, really pretty looking shot of ocean city. you can see, at least few beams of sunlight trying to peak down here, helping to brighten up, and cause reflection on the water there. but, still, more clouds than anything. so, yes, not the prettiest afternoon, but at least sliding down here, and now, down near cape may county, for example, that's where we ends the up with some of the rainfall from this morning, some of the steadiest
rainfall, further inland go, at least at this point it is the brightest camera i could find in our live neighborhood network. but yes, very evident blue skies trying to make its way through the cloud cover, and we should start it clear things out with time here and as the day progresses just maybe little bit breezy, but certainly looks like very nice afternoon. behind what we had tidwell this morning for some you, so the heaviest rain at this point, clearly, even now north of new york city, pulling away, see high pressure take it place and bring with it some very, very pleasant days ahead. so, really, there you have it, right in the headline, very pleasant days coming our way, behind that system, high pressure does nudge in, we will still see some residual cloud cover tomorrow, rebounds back into the 60s, and that's the story, essentially here, quiet with a modest rebounds with every passing day. thursday, low 60s, high friday, mid 60s, and it looks like that continues into the first half of the weekends. but there is a new system that comes our way, big changes that come along with that are noticeable. you go from well above
average, about 10 degrees above average friday and saturday, to the approach of this, not only the jet stream dipping south, and brink withing it colder air, but storm system that comes along with this. track is always critical with these kinds of systems. but there is a pretty decent chance that we, at least, see showers, and if we get enough cold air to match up with this track, we could see some snowflakes. specifically, in your northern counties, so, you are talking up near the pocono region, where it looks like this could come saturday night into sunday, since the timing could work out for us, that is why we would likely see snowflakes. otherwise likely chilly rain for the rest of us. we will need to be fine tune this as we get closer. figure why not, what better time than to show you the winter countdown here, just 40 days until christmas, 36 days until the astronomical start of winter, solsus, and new years 47 days away. our area temperatures right now, cracking the 60 degrees mark in philadelphia, did so in reading, as well, meanwhile the seven day if you like the warmth it has got something for you here, 66 degrees, friday, saturday, also sunny,
nice days, then the bottom gets taken out from under us, by sunday. >> jim, back over to you. >> thanks so much, katie. well, fox news anchor megyn kelly who is used to reporting headlines, but his year she has been making some of her own. today she sits down with doctor phil for an interview you will see only on cbs-3. they cover variety of subject including president-elect donald trump behavior toward her. >> so, what went on between you and trump leading up to that presidential debate? >> so i tell the story for the first time, i've never gotten into this. but there was a back story to that moment. once he announced his candidacy for president, one of the stories that broke about him was that in his divorce proceedings from his first wife, ivanna, she had under oath accused him of raping her. and she later recanted that testimony. but the news broke that under oath he accused -- she accused him of t basically people were just running with it. so i had on the reporter, on
my show, trump was not happy with that interview. i wasn't happy that i put the reporter on the show. and four days before the presidential debate, that has now become so well known and well seen, he called me up and threatened me. and made very clear to me that he was extremely dis pleased. i told him flat out, mr. trump, i am sorry you were unhappy, but you don't control the editorial on the kelly file. than was it. he started screaming at me. he hung up the phone. the next time we met was that thursday night. >> well megyn kelly discusses her interactions with president-elect donald trump, plus hear what she has to say former fox news boss roger ails did to her when she alleges he sexually harassed her. watch doctor phil's one-on-one interview today at 4:00 right here on cbs-3. stay tuned of course for "eyewitness news" at 5:00. you always gets interesting interviews. must see it. v. >> exactly what it is i think
this photo on facebook, rescued him from spc a and mal center, and named the little guy freddie. >> oh, cute. >> shelter dogs make the best pets. >> carol just -- carol erickson, she this one on your segment sunday morning, i have a feeling, oh, oh, she's going home with another dog. >> she is such a good parent? she has like dr. doolittle over at her house. >> looks so happy, too. >> yes, yes. love it. >> well, that's "eyewitness news" at noon for today. adopt a pet. i'm jim donovan. >> that's a go. i'm rahel solomon. for katie, all of us here, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. always on line at cbsphilly.com. the young and the restless is next. make it a great day. >> ♪ >> ♪
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[ laughter ] >> nick: uh, like, really? >> chelsea: that's pretty good. >> esther: ooh, it sounds like you two have been having a great time. >> chelsea: well, we just pulled off a harrowing escape, actually. >> nick: yeah, as we were leaving the ranch, we saw a horde of photographers on the road across from the guard house. >> esther: oh, those vultures. so how'd you get past them? >> chelsea: well, nick turned the headlights off and went to this back gate that led to a dirt road that only the local farmers know about. >> nick: we're just lucky it hasn't rained in awhile, otherwise we could have got stuck. but we made it to highway b, turned the lights on, and then cruised right past that esteemed grouping of members of the press. >> esther: [ chuckles ] well, i bet they just wanted to get a picture with this handsome little guy, right? oh, nick. what a miracle having your son with you again. >> nick: thanks. it really is. but right now we're here to celebrate, and hopefully with some cake. you know, i missed, uh,