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>> anti-protesters greet president trump in philadelphia, why some protesters will be back today even though the president has left town. inside president trump received a warm welcome at the gop congressional retreat. but what did he say that angered the mayor? >> your dream car may be somewhere in this giant showroom. taking you live to the pennsylvania convention center for the first look at the philadelphia auto show. tgif. toed friday, january 27. good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo. meisha is at the auto show, it starts at the pennsylvania convention center this week, we will hear from her shortly, meantime, getting the day started off right with a look
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at our forecast. >> good morning, guys, you know, pretty mild for january. all coming to an end. so knock colds, but the wind will be really annoying. >> why are you looking at me? >> avenue lot of hair spray. >> i saw you loading up this morning, yes, you're prepared, you were paying attention to this forecast. we do have clouds over us right now, not producing anything, they'll thin out this morning, few more clouds returning by the afternoon, so call it partly sunny, 43, not that bad. but that wind continues out of the west, 16 miles per hour, higher gusts, bringing the windchill values down to the mid 30's, sustained winds from 15 to 20 miles per hour, today, gusting to about 30. but right now temperatures are ranking from the upper 30's, up into the lehigh valley to lower 40's around the city. as well as wilmington checking in at 42 degrees, again because of the wind, we don't have any real cold spots to deal with this morning, pottstown, cooler areas at 39. windchills values down to the low 30's, feeling like below freezing right now in
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allentown at 30 degrees, feeling like freezing, and millville, wildwood, storm scan3, quiet over the delaware vale, notice snow showers off to the mountains, central pennsylvania, couple of those head to the poconos later today into the afternoon, but forecast highs, still above average, but noticeably cooler, still windy, high of 48 degrees in philadelphia, mid 40's at the shore. again, clouds, snow shower, poconos, temps in the 30's. we will talk about what to expect for the upcoming weekends coming up in eyewitness weather. first we get it out to the philly auto show, where lots is going on, meisha, what's happening out there? >> justin, i have to tell you on friday i feel like a kid in a candy store. we are talking about the 2017 philly auto show, i'm going to be here all morning long, but first we got to get you out on the roadways before we talk about all of the goodies. the vine, it was open last night, we're looking good on the vine, see both westbound, looking all right. we do, how much, have an accident, franklin ville, new jersey, route 55 right now, is closed, southbound direction, between millville road and
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route 40. you will have to use an alternate. route 40 or route 47 is one can be your best and also a reminder delaware river bridge, it is closed, do you have use scudder falls bridge, burlington bristol bridge irks even on a friday those bridges will be very show, you guys, and plus construction, route one both directions between trenton and morrisville bridge, perry street, that's going to slow you down if you are using that alternate. by the way left lane blocked there. more to come from the auto show, more back to you. >> thank you, meisha. well, it is a final day of the republican retreat in philadelphia. and protesters plan to return to the streets. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do is live outside of the loews hotel where president trump was met with demonstrators yesterday afternoon. good morning, trang. good morning, jan, jim, still security measures in place down here outside of the hotel. take a look. you see the barricades, still up in place, as well as a few police officers on scene outside of this hotel. no where near the level of
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security that was here yesterday with president trump's visit. that's when protesters started early, continue throughout the evening, and those demonstrations were mostly peaceful. there was some vandalism last night. take a look at the videoment someone spray painted three police cars parked at 13th and arch near the loews hotel, and at the wawa at the corner every broad and walnut, also a sign thrown at them. overall, police estimate some 3,000 protesters took to the streets yesterday, many spoke out against republican efforts for the affordable care act without a viable alternative. >> i'm a person, a cancer survive over, avenue pre-existing condition, i'm not on fire, i'm not a building, i'm person. i think it is really important for our law makers to realize they're dealing with people's lives. and they don't seem to care. >> now yesterday police reported no arrests, but did have one civil citation. meanwhile, protesters are planning to take to the streets again today at 11:00 a.m. they'll be outside of
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30th street station where the rest of the republican lawmakers are still here for the retreat will depart in buses and head on into the station to head back to washington. we want to send them a final message before they leave philadelphia. but for now, live from center city, i'm trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", jim, jan, back to you. >> meanwhile the president also g knighted new controversy here in philadelphia. his take on the city's crime rate came under fire. >> just look at the 30 largest cities in the last year alone, the murder rate is increased by an estimated 14%, here in philadelphia, the murder rate has been steady, terribly increasing, and then you look at at chicago. what's going on in chicago? >> that is why we will continue to stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement. >> well the philadelphia police department's crime statistics posted on their website say that so far this year there have been 27 murders, that is updated
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through january 25th, 37% increase in homicides compared to this time last year. however, in 2016, there were 277 murders in philadelphia, that's down three, from 2015, when there were 280. >> now, philadelphia mayor jim kenney responded to president trump's comment, in a statement saying in part: our homicides are in fact slowly declining. now while we are not satisfied with even our current numbers, we are handicapped by republican refusal to enact any kind of common sense gun control and by their obsession with turning our police officers into ice agents. >> president trump welcomed, will welcome, british prime minister theresa may to the white house today. she is the first international leaders to meet with the new president. yesterday, like the president, she was in philadelphia to address republican lawmakers at their congressional retreat. may emphasized the importance of the relationship between britain and the us. >> the world is passing
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through a period of change. and in response to that, we can either be passive bystanders or we can take your community once more to lead and to lead together. >> now, may's arrival comes as the united kingdom from the european union looking for trading partners in europe and beyond. president trump supported britain's decision to lead the eu. >> tensions are rising between the us and mexico over president trump's plan to build a border wall. mexican president says he canceled his trip to washington set for tuesday. he blames president trump's decision to move forward with a plan for mexico to pay for the estimated $15 billion wall. in philadelphia, how much, president trump claims the cancellation was a mutual decision. >> unless mexico is going to treat the united states fairly, with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless, and i want to go to different
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route. it is time that the american people million a president fighting as hard for its citizens as other countries do for theirs. and that's exactly what i am going to do for you., believe me. >> mexico says it is not paying for the woman n response trump administration is considering 20% tax on mexican imports. >> happening today an estimated tens of thousands will be in washington dc, as anti-abortionist hold their annual march for life. some reporting bus frost philadelphia this morning. vice president mike pence will speak at the rally. he is the first vice president to speak at the march in his 44-year history, in his statement, march for life calls the vice president a friends and champion of the pro-life cause. well, there is still so much more to cover right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a fairground in flames. why fire investigators think this was no accident. >> and, an incredible site. finds out where a hotel crumbles into a flood swollen
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judge looking at flames in indianna, unclear how the fire started last night, but officials say it looks suspicious, no electricity connected to the wooden grand stands there. they were the oldest of their kind in the state. no injuries were reported. well, nasa is honoring three fallen astronaut, 50 years after a tragedy on the launch pad. on january 27th, 1967, astronaut gust, ed white, roger chappie, died in a flash fire during a test aboard their apollo one spacecraft. the fire led to the safer spacecraft and non-flammable space suits. some residents in cheltenham, township are still without water after a sinkhole opened there. the earth gave way wednesday morning. crews say the white truck that was sitting dangerously close
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to the edge, in that sinkhole, acqua pennsylvania urging resident thereto boil water until further notice, it is unclear how long it will take to fill the hole and get things back to normal. >> wow, lands errosion in peru causing terrifying scenes like this. this colonial hotel in the town collapsed into the water yesterday. officials say the rain started in the region on wednesday, and lasted ten straight hours. local media reports that no one was hurt because the hotel was evacuated before the collapse. that is good news. >> i'm telling you, sinkholes, hotels falling into the river, avalanch's, justin here with the forecast, boy, everything sounds calm around here, though? >> i'll keep things nice and quiet. moving into quiet pattern, it will be little cooler as we head into february. temperatures, little bit typical now for the middle every winter but still going to be running few degrees above average. really what we're dealing with today, tomorrow, is the wind. had 2 degrees right now cherry
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hill, 39 millville. so nothing terribly cold, still above freezing, been a while since we dropped below freezing here if philadelphia, that will change most likely later tonight. forty-one pal any, a 43 at the airport in philly, temperatures pretty much uniform across the region, upper 30s far northwest suburbs, and here is the flow. see the westerly flow here with the snow showers coming offer the lake. now most of the snow showers stay across central, western pennsylvania, couple flurries could get into the poconos later this morning, into the afternoon. for the delaware valley, generally partly sunny skies, still on the breezy side, not much happening as far as precipitation next several days. clouds around today. flurry or snow shower in the poconos tonight, quiet, still breezy, and saturday, not bad start to the weekend. we will see some sunshine around again. temperatures today, up around 48 degrees, still little windy at times, gusts up to around 30 miles per hour. so again, noticeably cooler than what it has been the past few days, still above average. then tonight looks like we get below freezing, especially, close to the city, surrounding
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suburbs, partly cloudy skies, so on the breezy side. west winds, 15 miles per hour, take it down to the 20's, maybe teens early saturday morning. the forecast, deep in the four's throughout the weekends, partly sunny, high of 45, 43 sunday, weak disturbance that comes through monday, maybe flurry, other than that, clouds, temps upper positive's, looks like keeping it in the four's next week. next best chance for precipitation will be on wednesday in the form of light rain, maybe light snow. that's a look at your forecast, let's go ahead and head on out to the philly auto show, where meisha is out there. lots going on, what's the latest, good morning? >> reporter: justin, eat your heart out. here we are at the 116th philly auto show and there are over 700 different models here, that you guys don't want to miss. we will be talking about this all morning long, coming to you liver from the auto show. first we have to get you on the roadways, so waist going on outside right now? ninety-five south at cottman, first look, looking pretty
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good. looking real nice this morning, if you travel in the southbound direction toward center city. however, we do have an accident this morning, that happened in this 4:00 hour, reading road right now is closed between precast road and weaverland road. that road like i say is closed. plus, construction, delaware, emergency road work, route 141 southbound at route 13. that left lane is blocked, and that left lane, guys, will be blocked all the way until february 3rd. so heads up on. that will also, reminder, delaware river bridge, we've been talking about this, there is a closure, center falls, trenton morrisville, burlington bristol, those are your alternates. even on a friday it will be very busy. plus construction route one both directions, we will be talking about that coming up in about ten to 15 minutes. guys, back over to you. >> thank you, meisha. i don't know whether it is the cars or the fact that meisha is now back on coffee, she's bouncing all over the place. still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, board
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would be, cash in on car makers suckless and oprah winfrey tells us how mary tyler moore inspired her to make it on her own. what are you doing up? mom said i could have a midnight snack. it's not even midnight, it's ten forty-three. well, let's have a ten forty-three snack. quietly, though. okay. yeah. mmmm. shhhh.
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welcome back, if you are headed out the door stay to up date with justin's forecast unnests at the station "kyw news radio" 10606789 popular shore town is closer to banning balloon releases. horsham township getting money from the state to clean up water supplies tainted by chemical used in fire fighting foam at the naval air base. with the gop retreat in center sit you how is it impacting restaurant week? check in two, three, four times a day, "kyw news radio" 1006 on your a.m. dial. time is 4:48, a friday morning, time for check on business news. >> money watch's hena daniels joins us live this morning from the new york stock exchange. so hena, one american auto company is offering employees
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a major incentive. what is it? >> reporter: good morning, guys. this is pretty great. workers at ford mother over company can expect bonuses of $9,000 on average, that's expected to be the second largest bonus in company history. in 2015 the average bonus check was $9,300. tallied $9 billion pre tax profit in north america last year. >> not too shabby. >> that's nice. >> $9,000. >> well, hena, walgreens hasn't kicked its cigarette habit just yet. i understanded the policy, to stop selling tobacco products is kind of going up in smoke? >> reporter: yes, why is walgreens still selling cigarettes? that's what the drug store shareholders want to know, three years after the chain said it would re-evaluate selling tobacco in it stores, spokesperson for the company tells the chicago tribute that dozens of stores began reducing the visibility of its tobacco products, instead,
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using the showcases promoting products that help people to stop smoking, the company says they will continue to sell products for the foreseeable future, until they take steps to see if the policy would hurt the company's bottom line. so always comes down to profits. doesn't it? >> money, money, money, makes the world go aroundment thank you, hena, we'll check in with you in the next hour. >> funeral a rangments are in the planning stages for mike connors, connors best remembered for his eight year stint as private eye manics on, says connors died yesterday from recently diagnosed leukemia. he also started the epic movie the ten commands the, connors was 91 years old. women influenced by mary tyler moore are talking about the lost of the tv icon, among them, oprah winfrey. she visited the cbs studios in los angeles where the mary tyler moore show filmed. winfrey says mary tyler moore was an inspiration not only to her but entire generation of women. she talked with suzanne
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marquez of our sister station. >> for me, and i know for an entire generation of women, she represented what the new feminist woman who was kind and generous but also wanting her equity in the world. >> winfrey says moore inch sparred her to own her own talk show and her own production company. you can hear a lot more from oprah later this morning right here on "eyewitness news". >> well, coming up after the break, we will get another check on weather and traffic. >> plus, in the meadow you can build a snowman, or like one family, be inspired by jurassic park. pretty cool. hey, justin? >> morning, everyone, no snow in the forecast today, but temperatures will be dropping off. the wind continues to howell little bit. as we head into the weekends. we will talk about that coming up i
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>> good friday morning, nice and dry, clouds over us, not producing any precipitation,
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just get ready for cooler, weather pattern moving back into our forecast for the next several days. nothing terribly cold showing upment look at the air temperatures, actual numbers 40 up in the lehigh valley, 43 in philadelphia, 39 in millville. that's about the coldest spot we can find at this hour. so there is no arctic air in place, but the wind still look little bit, windchill values below freezing. feels like 39 in allentown, feeling like 35 in philadelphia and wilmington. so you will need the heavier coat outside. a lot of snow showers well to the west. couple of those could get into the poconos today. that's it. for us, across most of the delaware valley, just partly sunny skiesment look at the temperatures for the weekend. pretty typical for the middle of winter. actually above average, 45 for the high saturday. we keep it dry. still breezy. sunday some clouds around, less windy, with temperatures in the low 40's, and the extended forecast for the most part, pretty quiet. little weak system moves in on monday, bringing clouds, temperatures in the upper 30's, then by wednesday, that's your next storm system, see chance for some light rain
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or snow. meisha, what's happening out there at the philly auto show? >> you know, justin, i know you love the weather center, but let's be honest, would you rather be here at the 2017 philly auto show where i am right now. i have to tell you there are over 700 different models of cars here, like a kid in a candy store. it is not open to the public yet but it will be tomorrow. here is a sneak peak. first, we hit the roadways, on this friday morning, right now construction out there in new jersey, 295 southbound off ramp to route 42 right now is closed. see the opening in a little bit, 5:00 a.m. when they say. i'll let you know when it does so. delaware memorial bridge construction, only one lane open until 6:00 a.m. reading road right now still closed, between precast road and weaver err land road. heads up on that. as we take live look outside at the ben franklin bridge, you are looking pretty darn good, as we push in the westbound direction, into center city. so for those every in you new jersey, headed into the city
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you guys are looking good, big heads up there. just reminder delaware river bridge is closed so we will have to use the alternates, talking about those in the next ten to 15 minute, guys, back to you. >> stay away from those expensive cars, meisha. >> no! , no way. >> oh, my gosh, very nervous when she goes shopping, let alone this. >> and her dream drive. >> i know. >> when a town get snow, one family use it is to transform their front lawns. >> take a look at this, this giant dinosaur built by father and his son in tiny town of minnesota, 75 miles south of minneapolis. they made it yesterday after six and a half inches of snow fell on the area. this stege a soar us is a staggering 10 feet tall, 20 feet long. >> that's impressive. the family had 6 inches every snow. >> that's what i was saying, maybe gathered to from the neighbor's yards. >> coming up in the next hour of cbs news, a look ahead at president trump's meeting
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today with bright and's prime minister theresa may. >> plus, hearing about a phonecall the president made. it was all because of the size of the crowd at his inauguration. >> new details about just how many school district in new jersey have an increased in lead levels. back at the top of the hour. stay with us,
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philadelphia. live from the cbs broadcast center philadelphia. >> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> protesting the president, large crowds turn out to visit president trump as he visits philadelphia. more protests are expected today. we're live at the final day of the gop retreat. plus this: >> president trump's plan to wall-off american border with mexico is turning into a diplomatic bottle. i'm roxanna in new york, that story coming up. >> and new this morning,
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gunfire sends bullets flying through a family's windows. you can see the damage left behind. we'll h ave an update. >> well, today is friday, january the 27th. good morning, everyone. i'm jim donovan. >> and i'm jan carabeo. justin is here with your weekend forecast, and meisha is live at the auto show this morning. tgif. thank goodness we made it, jim. >> exactly. good morning, justin. >> morning, guys. waking up to conditions around the delaware valley, the exception is the wind, still kicking up little bit out of the west. we don't have any wind advisories in effect, wind chills will be down to the 30's around this morning, so dress with that heavier coat. check it out. center city right now, all quiet. clouds over us. 43 degrees, west winds sustained at 20, feeling like 34, these clouds thin out little bit this morning, but overall, partly sunny skies for the rest of the day. forty up in allentown, 31 mount pocono. that's it. that's the colds he is spot this morning. so we are moving back into a colder pattern, really no two arctic air in place, 42 palmyra in mt.


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