Broderick is in the weather bacterial if they are chilly there som few....and she's leaving audiences everywhere mesmerized.
We're so excited to welcome singer/ songwriter 830 am news 830 am news >>>eve russo: we have a mostly sunny start to the wor?week ahead, as temperatures slowly work their way back up into the mi?t?upper 30s.
Here's a live look over downtown allentown.
>>>jaciel cordoba: today on 69 news at sunrise... the eagles' season comes to an end in new orleans... the longest government shutdown in ?s history continues... >>>eve russo: plus... we'll take a look at how*robot* are shaping our future... >>>jaciel cordoba: good morning, i'm jaciel cordoba.
>>>eve russo: and i'm eve russo.
Those stories and more in a moment.
>>>jaciel cordoba: first, let's take a look at the roads with steve mittman in the 69 news traffic center.
>>>steve mittman: >>>jaciel cordoba: it was an unfortunate ending to what many were hoping would be another magical season for the philadelphia eagles..
>>eve russo: the eagles were knocked out of the playoffs last night..
Beaten by the new orleans saints, 2?14.
Fans, of course..
Disappointed by the loss, but excited for the future.
>>>jaciel cordoba: wfmz's alexandra hogan is joining us live with more..
>>alexandra hogan: it was an exciting run for birds fans but last night the team's season ended when the eagles fell 20 to 14 to the new orleans saints.
>>> rory carter, reading 00:09:19 "i'm bummed, i'm upset man like..
I was hoping to repeat, >>>reporter it's not the night eagles fans hoped for after sunday's to loss to the saints... marking the end of the season for last year's super bowl champs 1xxx eagles fail pak wpvi >> jamie bronso?
00:31:00 "we came out really strong.
I thought that our offense would have played a lot better in the second half >>reporter it's an even tougher loss after last week's now infamous "doubl?
The missed field goal that sealed the win against the chicago bears 1xxx eagles fail pak wpvi >> ron outla?
00:24:04 "the chicago win was great..
The new orleans loss it really hurts it really hurts."
>>reporter but it was a night that felt really goo* for local saints fans..
>>ann kissinger, saints fan 02:10:05 "oh, we're going all the way, yes i truly believe that.
>>reporter the eagles fell 20 to 14.
After a dropped pass late in the game that resulted in an interception, receiver alshon jeffery took responsibility for the loss saying "i let my teammates down, the city of philadelphia, that's on me.
I'll take that."
1xxx eagles fail pak wpvi >>a.j.
Mccloud 00:52:09 "i'm still an eagles fan at the end of the day but like, he's gotta catch that ball..
It's not on nick foles..
But keep going.
Still an eagles fan."
>>>reporter so it's the end of the season for birds fans, with many though already trusting and looking ahead 7xxx eagles loss reaction tah raw >>rory carter, >>alexandra hogan: despite the loss, nick foles talked about how he's proud of the team.
Now the saints will go on to face the los angeles rams on sunday.
>>>jaciel cordoba: jake patterson is scheduled to appear in a wisconsin court today.
>>>eve russo: the 2?yea?old is accused of kidnapping jayme closs and killing her parents.
Correspondent john lorinc has more.
Nearly three months after her abduction, jayme closs is back with her family...... chris fitzgerald/barron county sheriff's department "in a safe house with a smile on her face, that's all i need, that's all i want for jayme."
This is the house where police believe the 1?
Yea?old was held captive before escaping last week.
Chris fitzgerald/barron county sheriff's department "when jayme wants to learn more about the case, we will tell her.
We're going to take it at her pace."
Jake patterson is accused of taking closs after fatally shooting her parents.
Chris fitzgerald/barron county sheriff's department "it was a random act by the suspect, but it was very well planned out attack on the closs home."
He's being held on preliminary charges of intentional homicide and kidnapping.
Voice of angela de andriano/jayme closs' cousin "my family is still mourning the loss of their sister and brothe?i?law and you know, so i can't even imagine being jayme."
Authorities believe patterson didn't have any help....and are trying to piece together what happened.
Chris fitzgerald/barron county sheriff's department "we're looking for receipts, where the suspect may have been over the last 88 days.
Did he take things with her?
Did she go with him to the store?
Did he buy clothes for her?
Did he buy food?"
In the meantime, jayme closs' relatives are >>>jaciel cordoba: congress returns to capitol hill for its first full week of business as the partial government shutdown hits day 24.
Senator lindsay graham has offered president trump a possible solution to reopen the government.
The south carolina republican says trump should reopen the government for several weeks so negotiations over a border wall can continue.
Graham say after that?
If no deal is reached?
Trump should take the more dramatic step of declaring a national emergency to build it.
However, the stalemate could continue as trump wants a deal first and the democrats want government reopened first.
>>>eve russo: president trump says the ?s will "devastate" turkey's economy if it attacks kurdish forces in syria.
Turkey has threatened to attack the ??
Backed kurds, who are fighting isis.
The country views them as terrorists with ties to insurgents within turkey.
In a tweet yesterday, trump also warned the kurdish forces not to "provoke turkey."
The president said the ?s has started what he called the "long, overdue pullout" from syria while going after isis militants in the remaining territory they hold.
?s defense officials say they have begun withdrawing shipments of military equipment.
About ?thousand troops are expected to leave in the coming weeks.
>>>jaciel cordoba: more than a dozen people are feared dead, after a fiery cargo plane crash in iran.
Iran's state ?v says the boeing 707 crashed west of tehran in severe weather.
It says rescue teams, including ambulances and a helicopter, rushed to the site of the crash.
The report says the crash happened as the plane?
Which belongs to the iranian army?
Tried to land at the wrong airport, instead of a cargo airport some ?an??half miles away.
An emergency official says 16 people were on board.
There is only one known survivor.
>>>eve russo: we'll have more news, weather and traffic in a moment.
>>>jaciel cordoba: but first, here's a look at what you can see today on "pickler and ben."
Sorry, no script available >>>jaciel cordoba: you can catch "pickler and ben" right after the news at sunrise, at 9 ?m.
There's much more to come after the break... >>>eve russo: we could know the future of sears by the end of today.
How one executive plans to save the brand.
>>>jaciel cordoba: plus..
Foster parents in our area are getting a little boost thanks to a nonprofit.
We'll have a look at "the kindness exchange" when the news at sunrise returns.
>>>eve russo: a judge has blocked the trump administration from allowing more employers to opt out of providing women with n?cost birth control.
The rules were scheduled to take effect today in 13 states and washington ?c.
The judge*di* reject the plaintiff's request to block the rules*nationwide* california and the other states argue that the changes would force women to turn to stat?funded programs for birth control and lead to unintended pregnancies.
The department of justice says the rules protect a small group of objectors from violating their beliefs.
>>>jaciel cordoba: the wife of nissan's former chairman has written a letter to an advocacy group criticizing japan's criminal justice system.
In the letter, carole ghosn describes 'harsh' conditions that carlos is facing in jail.
She defended her husband's character and record in the auto industry.
Carlos was arrested and charged with underreporting income and breach of trust in november.
No trial date has been set.
He could be detained for months as tokyo prosecutors say he is a flight risk and may tamper evidence.
>>>eve russo: the fate of sears?
And its kmart brand?
Will most likely be decided today at a bankruptcy auction in new york.
Chairman eddie lampert has proposed a las?ditch plan worth more than fiv?billion dollars if accepted, it would preserve 425 stores and 5?thousand jobs while rescuing the company in its entirety.
In the past, he said he believes there's still potential for the company.
Sears filed for chapter 11 protection back in october.
>>>jaciel cordoba: you may have noticed you're paying a little less at the pump right now.
That's because the average price of regula?grade gas in the ?s has dropped 1?cents a gallon over the past three weeks, to ?dollars and 3?
Industry analysts say falling crude oil costs are the main reason for the pric?drop.
Over the past ?an??
Half months, the average price for gas has dropped 6?cents.
The average price of diesel also fell ?cents over the past three weeks, to ?dollars and ?cents a gallon.
>>>eve russo: whether or not you're interested in technology, you would've found something interesting at ??s last week.
>>>jaciel cordoba: new ?vs, home automation, and artificial intelligence took center stage this year... and our consumer tech reporter jamey tucker was in the middle of it all.
So he asked the question?
"are robots ready to take over the world?"
Ces is wrapping up and before i leave i wanted to see some robots.
There's one behind me, kiki is a robotic pet.
But i also ran across another robot that does a lot more than that.
"it is certified by guinness as the only teaching table tennis robot."
"forpheus", a robot developed and built by the company omron, is equipped with artificial intelligence that about you and your game, from the moment you walk up to the table.
"it starts measuring you, watching movements as you pick up the paddle.
It will see how you move the paddle.
So by the time you hit the first ball back to forpheus, just before the paddle hits the ball, it knows where the ball is going already.
Bounce, bounce, bounce pro skills for a great table tennis player... and it eased up when i stepped to the table.
But omron didn't spend billions of dollars to build a pin?pong playing robot.
"we want to show that automation, robotics does not have to be scary or anything."
Just feet away, the factory of the future.
Robots, performing work on an assembly line.
Faster than humans do it now.
Will forpheus and friends put people out of work?
"no, we did not develop robots to put people out of work.
We develop robots to work in harmony with people and expand manufacturing capabilities to provide more opportunities for people with more manufacturing."
>>>jaciel cordoba: time to get he once hope that's true right t russo: meteorologist matt broderick is in the weather center.
>>>matt broderick: >>>steve mittman: >>>eve russo: she has opened for some of the biggest names in the business and won numerous awards we're so