tv Eyewitness News CBS March 25, 2017 3:07am-3:37am EDT
[ laughter ] i used to do voice overs. yeah. for different cartoons. [ talking in funny voices ] [ laughter ] i used to -- if you ignore the voices in your head, does that mean you're stuck up? but anyway my signature piece is, i act out the star wars movie in one minute. >> a long time ago in a galaxy far away. join me luke. join me on the dark side. [ funny sounds ] i'll never join you! [ whistling ]
targets. stay on target. >> [ tamaking noises ] [ laughter ] i'm afraid. [ laughter ] [ rolling r's ] >> we'll be right back with more! [ cheers and applause ] closed captioning brought to you by -- traditional aerosols contain a lot of water... which eventually falls down and spoils the experience. introducing air wick pure... ...with 9x more fragrance and less water. experience great fragrance with less wet spray.
air wick pure: more fragrance, less wet spray. also available in freshmatic. keep your home fresh all day with automatic bursts of fragrance with no added water. air wick freshmatic. now available in pure. ♪ hershey's miniatures. we pour 'em! we pass 'em! we pick 'em! delicious fun for everyone. hershey's miniatures are mine, yours, our chocolate.
yours, and my cold medicines' ugh, iwearing off.chtime i'm dragging. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. codogs just won't quit.! neither does frontline. that's why there's frontline gold. with its easy applicator frontline gold delivers powerful protection that doesn't quit for a full 30 days. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks. frontline gold. the latest innovation from the maker of frontline plus.
[ cheers and applause ] all right. welcome back "to comic unleash." >> you love shopping? >> i love shopping, man. i went to the big box store, you know, to get my dvds. i get to the front, and the alarm goes off because they forgot to deactivate the security tag on my merchandise. >> right. >> it goes whoop whoop whoop! everyone in the store is looking at me. you know, like i stole something. you know, because, you know. [ laughter ] i'm canadian. right. [ cheers and applause ] here's the thing. the next time that happens to you, run as fast you can. when they catch you show them the receipt. [ cheers and applause ] . you know, byron, they're always
blaming us. the little people like it is our fault we're messing up the planet. what about the large companies that put up the junk mail and send it to our houses every day. those are the people messing up the planet! right? right. i'd say we get these people to get to the large businesses. get them together with the toilet paper people, print up the junk mail on the toilet paper. we rip it, read it, write it, throw it away. i'm just trying to save the planet in five minutes! >> you did it! thank you for coming! all right. all right. until next time. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
just to see their faces in the morning when i wake them up. the first thing you think about is your wife and your kids and your family. so i had surgery locally, and it came back after my follow up that i needed a second surgery. and that's when i said i need a second opinion. everyone, from the moment i walked through the doors, they're smiling and i love the fact that included me in the whole process. the diagnosis of cancer is one of those things that you want an answer now. we can do now here. rod was great. i mean, he did everything that we asked him and more. the treatment plan was for him to have chemotherapy and radiation followed by surgery. i feel like this was the right way for
me and the right treatment for me. at cancer treatment centers of america, we treat cancer, every stage, every day. call or go to cancercenter.com. appointments available now. a daring fire rescue. how two local police officers jumped into action to pull a woman out of a burning home. healthcare bill collapse, the gop plan to repeal and replace obamacare never makes it to a vote. what both sides are saying and what comes next. a star of the ucla men's basketball team alonso is
getting a lot of attention, so is his damaged are out spoken parents putting too much pressure on kids? we begin with a split second decision that likely saved a woman's life. good evening. i'm jessica dean >> i'm nicole brewer in >> alexandria hoff with the story. >> reporter: these a police officers not equipped with gear of firefighters. this is what it did to a car parked in the driveway. >> this fire saved that woman's life over there. >> at 4:30 a.m. ed young ran outside to find the home next door on fire, the mentally disabled aunt trapped in a back bedroom. called 911 and officers rush to the 100 block of shoe brook lane >> they jumped into action immediately. without regard for their safety. this fire was ready to kill
somebody. >> those aston township police officers were calling joyce and william mac >> still trying to process the situation >> they realized the woman was a friendly resident. they both knew well >> we have to get her out >> both scaled the largely fence and realize the windows was too high. >> i immediately ran and grabbed that ladder and threw it to him. >> some unknown neighbor toss add ladder over six foot fence, and if it wasn't for the ladder, i never would have been able to get in. >> reporter: inside was all black >> all we could hear was mary >> mary was pulled out and taken to the hospital in serious condition >> we let her know immediately she did good. she was safe, going to get help, and she has nothing to worry about anymore. >> reporter: but there is one thing. >> we're trying to find my aunt and uncle's lost cat >> four animals were killed in the fire but a puppy and a cat were tossed out a window
>> finding peace to our family would definitely help. >> reporter: the family is grateful for all of the brave acts. but they're asking anyone in the area to keep look-out for a white persian cat as they say it will help their family heal. no word on cause of this fire. reporting in delaware county alexandria hoff cbs3 "eyewitness news." a three alarm vages. a business, the company makes water tight doors for aircraft carriers and ships. it took them several hours to get the flame under control. crews continued to down hot spots. cause is under investigation. there's no word on any injury. a stunning defeat. the republican legislation to replace the affordable care act is dead. house leaders pulled the bill before a scheduled vote when it became clear they did not have enough votes to get it passed.
>> i will not sugar coat this. that us is disappointing >> paul ryan pulled the republican healthcare bill off the table minutes before it was supposed to hit the house floor for a vote. despite intense looking, he did not have enough support to get the legislation passed >> we just didn't quite get consensus >> many conservative republicans held out because the bill did not go far enough to repeal obamacare but moderate republicans say it went too far and could have left 24 million americans without health insurance over the next decade. president blamed democrats, not the divided gop for the failure >> when you get no votes from the other side, blanket democrats, it's a difficult situation >> democrats don't see it that way. >> let's just for a moment breathe a sigh of relief >> the house debated the bill five hours before the speaker pulled the plug. >> our nation endured seven long years of this mess and today we
have the obligation and responsibilities to act. insurance you'll get with the amendments made will be as worthless as a degree from trump university >> passing the health care bill was the first major legislature test but he couldn't close the deal >> we all learned a lot about loyalty, a lot about the even though getting processed. >> mr. trump said it's time to move forward, they will revisit healthcare but did not indicate when. charlie dent spoke to "eyewitness news" after they pulled the bill. he was among several planning to vote against the legislation. >> i don't know when that will be but if we do. we need to do it differently, and so i suspect the next order of business will be tack reform and infrastructure and there will be plenty to do. today was difficult for a lot of people. but the sun will come up tomorrow. >> president trump is willing to
work with democrats on a bipartisan healthcare bill in the future. detectives are investigating a murder mystery, a mother and her young son killed in south jersey. the story is unfolding on fox meadow drive in maple shade burlington county, david spunt has the latest that's generating national attention. >> reporter: a gruesome scene on this maple shade street as a father arrived home to find his 38-year-old wife and 6-year-old son dead. someone stabbed them. >> they were close. him and his son. >> reporter: that's the voice of a neighbor who didn't want to show her face on camera. she watched the scene unfold late thursday night. >> all he kept saying was blood everywhere. she's dead. she's dead. it was so sad to see him like so distraught. >> reporter: authorities identified the victims, who killed them and why, detectives are working to find those answers. >> total, total disbelief.
total disbelief. i can't imagine. >> reporter: dexter stevenson lives in the complex and says he saw no damage to the outside on the front door >> it is a horrible tragedy's and we as a community will do what we need to do to find a perpetrator and step up what we do as a community to help one another because that's what it's about. >> reporter: detectives are working with detectives from the burlington county prosecutor's office. if you have any information on this case, give police a call. david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news." tonight, a former youth hockey coach from lansdale is facing charges of having sexual contact with minors. walter far is accused of molesting players for decades. they say he's mostly known by tracy molested two minors in south jersey. also charged with nine counts of sexual contact with two minors in new castle county.
>> typical of someone engaging in this type of criminal behavior. there's a period of grooming of the individual. he identified someone who he believes he can take advantage of. >> investigators believe others have yet to come forward. any information urged to contact gloucester county's prosecutor's office. former penn state president was found guilty was found guilty of one count of child endangerment of his handling of the sandusky sexual abuse scandal. he did not take the stand and his lawyer rested his case without calling a single witness to the stand. jurors acquitted span ed of the other two counts he faced, conspiracy and another count of child endangerment. penn state university released a statement while we cannot undo the past we've rehe dedicated ourselves to act always with the highest integrity in affirming the shared values of our community. former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky was back in a courtroom seeking a new trial.
defense attorneys called four witnesses to the stand including a psychologist and two state police investigators. the defense claims those three suggest question sandusky's accuser. prosecutors argued the accusers were not coached. the judge will make a decision in may. a woman accused of kidnapping an infant from the king of prussia mall last march was found guilty. prosecutors say she agreed that evidence set to be presented in her jury trial next month would have been enough to conflict her. she now awaits sentencing and faces up to 27 years behind bars. police release surveillance video of two persons of interest in the murder iti west philadelphia woman. they were spotted at separate times blocking down an eli that police say is significant to this investigation. they continue to chase down leads of the ms. harris the 65-year-old known as winnie was shot to death on her
home last month. six of the ten people being held in connection with the terror attack near london's parliament have been released. two women and four men were arrested in birmingham england where police say attacker khalid masood recent lived. police believe masood acted alone but want to know if others helped him prar masood drove an suv into people on a busy bridge then stab add police officer near parliament. four people were killed. dozens were injured. weekend is upon us. and we are in for a big warmup. meteorologist kate bilo is also tracking rain. thanks jessica and nicole, this is our weather maker. not only is it bringing the warm air in, it's going to bring us the chance for a few showers and a plunge for sunday. a breakdown what to expect over the next several days, many chances for rain in the
forecast. >> don't mix, >> yeah, the out spoken father of a college basketball star. la var doesn't mince words, is he launching his son into stardom. one of country music's most popular duos is back. garth brooks and trisha yearwood bring the tour to south philly. >> it's a day fit for this to city. how philadelphians celebrated national cheesesteak day. don >> super dario saar rich ran with the bulls in chicago and finished way career night. the 411 on the sixers later in sports.
freshmen lonzo ball is the point guard for ucla. his female fell to kentucky but this isn't the last you'll hear of him. he's the oldest of three boys all who dominate on the basketball court. one person who isn't shy telling you about that is their father. la var ball has compared his older son to some of the best players in basketball history. is he putting too much pressure on his kids or making stars? >> ucla lonzo ball may be one of the stars of march madness but everybody is talking abouts his
dad >> he's everywhere >> even if you never heard his name, you know the time. >> they're kind of loud. they're a little bias when it comes to their child >> ball compared him to michael jordan, michael johnson and steven curry, this proud papa won't settle. he believes his son will be the best in league history. he's even create apparel company for his throw kids. is he a marketing genius or object unconscious parent who needs to take a step back. >> i don't think it's good, because it comes back to bite you >> i think la var is having his show down >> she says ball's antics oh could distract his son dr. k it's tournament and over time caused aed stress, anxiety even
depression >> it's great to be a proud parent. sometimes you can put too much pressure >> pressure can be positive and negative >> doctor says only time will tell. in the meantime folks are split with some loving la var's side line and others hoping to run out the clock on his 15 minutes of fame >> i like entertainment but at the and he knows of children, i don't. >> i think his father should lay low a little bit. just let his kids do his thing. >> i will say this much, he is very entertaining. i think that people probably be ok with him complimenting his kid but he made comments about labron james and said he could beat michael jordan one-on-one. >> get a little protective. >> all right. food or faith? that was the dilemma some christians were grappling with on national cheesesteak day, because it's also a no, meat
friday during lent: people we talked to wondering if he they would get a pass. >> i don't know if he's absolver of cheesesteak sins, i haven't seen that in the confessional manual. however, i think as a catholic i'm not going to eat meat today >> it's worth it. it's worth the sin. really good. historians say pat steak's debuted the original back in 1933 garth brooks and trisha yearwood are in philadelphia for four shows three days, it's been 19 years since taken the stage in philly and our morning team talked with brooks lie satellite. recently he told us to come prepared to today's press conference with cheesesteaks, so you know who was listening.
vittoria woodill and she didn't disappoint. >> something from philly for you and trisha. i hope you like onions. today you do? >> i got my wife. try to. >> reporter: do you like cheese whiz? enjoy them. thank you have a fantastic show. >> no word on which one he favored. fans of the country music don't forget the 52 annual academy of the country music awards set for sunday april 2nd at 8:00 p.m. and you can watch live on cbs3. also all next week, you could win a pair of tickets to a hot country concert coming to philly. tune into cbs3 this morning on monday to find out how you can enter to win. >> still trying to figure out the onion comment. >> he made it on trisha yearwood. does that mean >> i think, i try not to eat onions because i'm close to her maybe. >> maybe.
>> he seems like a nice guy. kate, let's talk about this weather. warm it up tomorrow. warming up tomorrow. it's not great weekend but the first half at least of tomorrow or 2/3 of tomorrow looks good. then everything goes downhill. the good news is we don't have any severe cold like what we experienced earlier. but sunday is miserable day, get outside tomorrow while you can. by late afternoon and dinnertime, things may start to change. let's take a look outside. we'll take you up to the lehigh valley. you can see the flags not really flying much in bethlehem. not a lot of wind, definitely milder than it has been in recent nights and we are looking at pretty quiet conditions through the first half of tomorrow but as i'll show you, that will change pretty quickly. here's a live look at stormscan 3. you can see the clouds in place, any showers staying to the north, mainly along the new york pennsylvania border. as we widen out. show you the storm system that's going to be impacting our weather pattern for the next
several days notice this boundary stalled off to the north and the position is going to determine everything for the next four days. tomorrow, the front is off to the north, starts to sag southward in the afternoon. that means it's a warm day and then we get showers. the front slightly off to south on sunday, ushering in colder air and going to dictate the pattern into next week. today, however, we got above average, we're in the red here, just by two degrees, that's the seventh day so far this month above average, we're starting to rack up few more in the red. tomorrow, we got temperatures feeling better. 70 in philadelphia, these updated just a moment ago to sunday's high so you can see the difference there as we head into sunday temperatures across the region. we'll be back in the 40's and 50's. future weather showing the rest of tonight clouds 6:00 a.m. you wake up to the not the sunniest saturday. but as we head to tomorrow afternoon, showers will start to develop here and there across
the area, not a total wash-out but if you're out tomorrow evening having dinner, walking around, you may be dodging rain drops and that will usher in an unsettled pattern for sunday. sunday is cloudy, damp with pockets of light through 6:00 and not a ton of sunshine monday either. it's all the position of that front off to our south on sunday we usher in the cool northwest wind. it will feel back to mild andfrt, starting tomorrow evening and continuing into monday and even tuesday of next week. overnight, 48, tomorrow 70. most of the day is dry, but dinner hour watch for showers, a major drop sunday. back to the 60's monday and tuesday, the sun returns by mid week. generally speak