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emotions are running high good evening i'm jessica dean. >> and i'm nicole brewer. ukee washington has the night off. >> the closures affect thousands of students at six schools in the monroe township school district. david spunt is live from williamstown where tempers flared tonight. >> reporter: a lot of tempers. this meeting began at 7:00 tonight t it is 11:00 believe it or not there are still people inside williamstown high school right now venting their frustrations and concerns. tonight the entire district is affected. hundreds of angry parents packed the williamstown high school auditorium monday night during an emergency school board
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meeting thanks to mold found in the schools the meeting was so filled people had to leave at the request of the fire marshall. >> we want to make sure everything is the way it should be. so everybody feels comfortable. >> now people are far from comfortable. >> he would come home with headaches, a stomachaches, i changed his medications around. i did a lot. >> reporter: parents came to the meeting to vent their frustration. many appreciate officials being pro active but some believe it's just too late. >> i'm really upset that the kids are off school for a week. you had all summer to test for everything and now they're out of school. >> reporter: but the superintendent says the tests confirmed mold just last week. other parents claim it's been a
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problem for years. >> if we find anything we're going get it all cleaned up and move forward. we want to get our kids back in school. >> that is the goal. no votes tonight, no resolution. just students wondering when they're going to go back to school. parents, teachers wondering the same thing. we are told that district officials should be making a decision over the weekend. david spunt, cbs3 eyewitness news. >> another mold scare inside the library. the school district says the library has been sealed off and its self-contained hvac system shut down. the district will consult with experts to see what testing needs to be done in other parts of that school. it has also moved up scheduled renovations to the library to this year. breaking news now out of texas. texas tech university in lubbock had to be placed on lockdown after a campus police officer was shot and killed. the university says officers found drugs in a student's room
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and took the student into a station for a standard debriefing. at the station the student pulled out a gun and shot the officer and took off. the suspect was apprehended about an hour ago and the lockdown has since been lifted. developing right now fast-spreading wildfires have now claimed at least 10 lives. the for rosty of the flames is forcing people to abandon building fires. at least 1500 homes and business vs been destroyed. we've lrnd a temple student was shot and killed by police in florida after hitting an officer with her car. 22-year-old carry is seen here in a youtube video on civility. authorities say she was trying to flee the scene of an accident sunday when she struck an officer with her car. another officer opened fire
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killing her. her father told cbs miami that his daughter was in south florida celebrating her birthday. we're learning new details tonight about the las vegas gunman and what happened in the minutes leading up to the massacre. according to the clark county sheriff stephen paddock shot a security guard in the leg just a few minutes before opening fire. in a division from a 2011 incident paddock said he gambled all night and he slept all day sometimes wagering up to $1 million a night. the case of a philadelphia community activist killed in her own home may be one step closer to being solved. he faces multiple charges including murder and robbery. gloucester county police are investigating the cause of a deadly head-on crash between neighbors.
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the two cars collided just before 5:00 p.m. yesterday. police say four people were killed, including both drivers who lived on the same street. two others passengers are in critical but stable condition. one person is dead after a multivehicle crash in northeast philadelphia. chopper 3 in the busleton section of the city. police say a 40-year-old woman was pronounced dead on the scene just before 5:00 p.m. a 41-year-old and an often-year-old boy were transported from the scene to the hospital in stable condition. >> a philadelphia developer's branding idea is the talk of kensington but not the way he had hoped. his attempt to cristen a new neighborhood caught residents off guard. >> reporter: welcome to this section of north philadelphia. you may know it as. >> i guess north philly. >> the royal kensington palace.
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>> we call it kensing town. >> a developer is calling it stonewall heights putting up these signs. as you can imagine he's getting some blowback. >> i'm from the area and i figured it would be kind of cool to give it a classy name. >> reporter: the developer whose company name is stonewall construction admits it's good for business. this so-called modern historical district is a diverse area filled with art galleries, row homes and anything is better than naming it after a slave trader. >> some people who work and live in the area don't seem to have a problem. >> i think it sounds great. >> reporter: we checked with dr. lee an orld the library director. he says there is no official
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formal designation for philly's neighborhoods. most keep the names that i grew up in the suburbs and every time i go out to visit my mother there's a farmland that's developed called the preserve at fox run. it's made up. it's not a preserve. >> he never intended to offend anyone. so he's decided to take the signs down. eagles are counting down to thursday night football when they meet the panthers and that game will be right here
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nelson aguilar plopped in the end zone after the last touchdown of the game. the birds the talk of the town. >> i'm excited. the city is definitely buzzing between the sixers and the eagles. >> in order to win you've got to have a little bit of swagger and we've always had swagger in this city so i think now you're startling to see that swagger come back. >> reporter: as we said the eagles are getting red toy play this thursday night right here on cbs3. youtube, don bell, vittoria, they're all headed to charlotte. live reports start right here on wednesday. >> and come game night we've got you covered. on thursday we'll get you started on cbs3 with the kick-off show at 7:00, and 7:30 the guys at cbs sports take over and of course 8:00 it's eagles-panthers on cbs3. we love our dogs but we
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can't always be there when they need us. >> now there's a simple solution. straight ahead at 11:00, our jim donovan is on your side and explains how you can find a dog walker in a matter of minutes. plus it's the first lady versus the first wife. what ivana trump said that has first lady melania trump putting back. kate? >> the rain from night has gone but the humidity sticks around. it's a little steamy and turning a little foggy.
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ask any parent if they have a favorite child they're likely to tell you they love them all equally and while parents say they don't play favorites, a new study suggests that's not the case. >> reporter: your parents will probably deny it but in most families there's a favorite. >> definitely me. >> and me for sure. >> i think i'm more of a door mat for all of them. >> reporter: from momma's boys. >> my mom loves my brother to daddy's little girls. >> i'm his favorite. >> reporter: a new study published in the journal of psychology suggests it's the opposite. >> that's hard to believe. >> reporter: in a series of experiments researchers found that when it comes to spending money, most favor the child of the same sex. >> guys will take care of the
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shoes and shorts and basketball stuff for their sons and the women will buy the clothes and shoes for the girlts. we understand that. >> i just took my 5-year-old and 6-year-old last week and bought her a dress. >> reporter: when given a choice, most mothers give to their daughters and if you ars passed it down to their sons and subsequent experience showed parents favored their same sex child while the findings were specific to families, researchers say it could impact the workplaces with female bosses hiring more women and men being more likely to hire employees. >> you need to figure out who's the best person for the job. >> reporter: i don't know why in the hiring process we have to check a mark whether we're a male or a female. >> reporter: researchers say the implications could be far reaching from charitable giving, even politics so it's a good reminder to try and check your
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own bias before making a discussion. >> at least maintain the illusion of neutrality. >> tonight several hollywood stars say they are disgusted by harvey weinstein's history. some actors like meryl streep say they were unaware of his behavior. others say they had heard rumors but had no direct knowledge. kevin smith said he was ashamed to hear women suffered. first lady melania trump is firing back at trump's first wife ivana for comments she made in an interview. ivana sat down in an interview yesterday. during another interview today ivana referred to herself as first lady saying she was married to donald trump first. melania trump's spokeswoman called it attention-seeking and
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self-serving noise. ivana trump is currently promoting her book "raising trump". the worry that sets in when you realize your dog will be stuck home longer than expected. now there's a solution for that problem. >> a now way. >> reporter: when kevin worked outside of his home every day, he relied on a dog walker for shaggy. >> i had a steady one for a while. >> reporter: for many dog owners scheduled walks aren't a big problem, but unexpected delays can be challenges. >> happy hour turns into a little longer than happy hour and you need somebody to walk the dog. >> reporter: now there's an app for that. wag. with the tap of your finger you can get a walker for your pup in a matter of minutes. >> i don't think i've ever waited more than 5 minutes. >> reporter: whether you request a walk on short notice or schedule it in advance, the
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flexible service offers something dogs always need. >> it's very important that dogs get exercise every single day and they're not left inside the home for long hours without attention. so wag gives that much-needed relieve. >> the app lets you track where the dog is walking and where they conduct their business. they also get a report card along with photos or videos from each walk and when you sign up for wag, you have the option of getting a free lock box so a walker can pick up your dog. >> i was a little bit skeptical between having a lock box on the front of the house and giving a complete stranger access to the home. i did some research, i read some reviews online. i only saw positive reviews. >> reporter: jonathan says at wag security is paramount. >> it's super important because we're taking care of everybody's dog. >> reporter: he says in addition
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to thorough background checks, it's important that wag walkers are passate about dogs. >> i feel quite happy doing this. it doesn't even feel like a job. >> reporter: she has one simple goal every time she walks a dog. >> make sure they're happy. >> reporter: the price per walk varies depending on the length of the walk. right now wag is only available in the philadelphia area but the company tells us they're adding new locations all the time. reporting for 3 on your side, i'm jim donovan. >> by the time we see all of them in the morning, >> it's so nasty. usually this time of year the sun goes down, it feels nice. you walk outside right now it's really uncomfortable outside. temperatures have been in the 70s and 80s all day. dew points have almost been that high. we've had dew points in the mid
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70s today. they are going to drop tomorrow but it's going to be a gradual process as drier air slowly works its way back in. not a whole lot going on, it's a pretty quite night as we look live from the parkway towards center city and the franklin institute beautiful shot out there. doesn't feel so great when you step outside. it is steamy out there and temperatures today were well above average once again. let's take a peek what's going on on storm scan 3. there are the remnants of nate. nate made landfall over the quick along the gulf coast. nate now moving away. it's no longer a we hit 81 for the high. it's hard to do that on a rainy
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day. more than 10 degrees above average and look at this. our morning low was 74 degrees. and that could end up being a record. as long as we don't drop below 74 in the next half hour or so, which it looks like we won't, we'll have record lows this morning across much reason. keep in mind these were the lows this morning. our morning low is 5 degrees warmer than the high is supposed to be. eventually tomorrow that is going to cause the dew points to drops back into the low 60s. here's 3:00 tomorrow. while today we were in the insufferable range, tomorrow while it's not a dry day, it's better back to humid and not bad
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on wednesday. we're going to cool it down and then we're going heat it back up. tomorrow looks like a mostly sunny day, showers lurking off to the south, more clouds over delaware, southern delaware may get clipped by showers tomorrow night and again on wednesday. kind of a boundary hanging out off to our south. same story wednesday, sunshine to the north, more clouds to the south. thursday is our next chance to pick up a couple of showers, some more clouds and a little bit of cooldown on the way as well. overnight very warm still, clouds decreasing but patchy fog will develop. 70 is your overnight low. for your tuesday, sunny, very warm. becoming less humid through the course of the day. still 84 degrees. that is 15 degrees above average. let's talk about thursday night football. the eagles heading down to charlotte. 8:25 kickoff it will be 75 degrees. warm and steamy, a thunder shower is possible. nicer weather here. it will be much cooler here, 67 thursday. but take a look. we heat it right back up and over the weekend, 80 again.
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you just can't buy a cool fall weekend here in philadelphia this year. it's another hot one. >> straight to winter. >> i sincerely hope not. >> don's up next with sports. >> still talking about football right now. the game is big but the preparation time is small. how will the eagles adjust for thursday night football in carolina. plus not bad for 31 career games. wait until you hear the dollar amount
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>> when discussing joel embiid, one word always comes up. if. if he stays healthy. if he place 60 to 70 games. well, if he does any of that, he's about to be worth every penny he's going to make. according to reports, the sixers have signed the center to a 5-year, $148 million extension. the 23-year-old has only played in 31 career games. he lost his first two seasons to
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injury. the deal will reportedly offer the salary cap protection in case he misses significant time because of >> i expected this to happen. he deserves it. i'm really happy for him. it wasn't a surprise for me. you've seen how good of a player he is. he's even better person he deserves it. >> kicks it out to dario. 9 points. 7 boards in 20 minutes. this is his first preseason action. later on simmonds spinning in the line, 6 boards and two
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assists. the celtics over the sixers tonight 113-96. the count to thursday night football is on. the 4 and 1 eagles visit the 4 and 1 panthers. fletcher cox practiced today. that's good news. lane johnson is in protocol and will likely miss the game. this is a short week for the birds. after beating the cardinals yesterday they will have two full days of practice before traveling on wednesday, studying will be key. >> one thing that is going to be big for us like i said just make sure we lock in on our ipads, seeing everything we can see, gather all the information that we can to make sure we're best prepared. >> we will have live coverage from charlotte. i'm heading down with ukee and vittoria bringing you the latest on the birds. as far as game day is concerned it's right here
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birds, panthers right here.
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cbs, are teaming up once again in the fight against breast cancer by turning the region pink. our station is decked out in pink all month long. >> so is the kimmel center. october is national breast cancer awareness month and the pink is a reminder to stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. this is the 16th year for the lights for the cure campaign and you can get more information at it's never too early to talk about the weekend. >> that's right. kate has your weekend weather watch. kate? >> well we're just coming off a warm and steamy weekend. it looks like we've got another one to look forward tosmt
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temperatures will take a tumble through the middle of the workweek but then we rise up again through the weekend. above average both days. highs in the 80s. we're tracking a few shower chances as well as we get closer to the weekend. we'll try to
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our morning team is back tomorrow from 4:30 to 7:00. for kate, don, ukee who's off and all of us here, i'm jessica dean. >> and i'm nicole brewer. we're always on at and the late show is next. >> have a great night and we'll see you tomorrow. >> announcer: g program is a paid advertisement for the hd mirrorcam, brought to you by inventel products, llc. yep, they're out there, driving recklessly, causing accidents, and driving up your insurance rates! this is a show about car accidents... ...classic cars... ...and the hd mirrorcam, the personal security camera for your car. this is... "accidents caught on camera" with the hd mirrorcam. today, we're going to hear from people who have been in accidents and used the hd mirrorcam to prove their
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