Digital Brief: June 8, 2021 (PM)

Jessica Kartalija has the latest headlines.

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JESSICA KARTALIJA: I'm Jessica Kartalija with your evening "Digital News Brief" for Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Sources tell CBS 3 the man wanted in the murder of a North Philadelphia Dunkin' store manager is in police custody. They identified the man seen on surveillance video as Keith Gibson. Police say Gibson is also responsible for the murder of a cell phone store manager in Elsmere. He also killed his mother. Philadelphia homicide detectives labeled him a serial killer.

Voters in New Jersey are headed to the polls today for the primary election there. "Eyewitness News" in Camden this morning where Mayor Vic Carstarphen voted. He is one of four candidates running for the Democratic nomination for mayor. The big race in New Jersey is for Governor polls close at 8:00.

Delaware leaders say they're finding a large difference in COVID vaccination rates. They're worried about young people catching COVID and then spreading it. Governor John Carney released the first state's latest numbers this afternoon. Only 32% of people ages 12 to 17 have had one COVID vaccine shot. Only 39% of adults 18 to 34 have had one. Carney urged those age groups to get their shots.

I-95 in Delaware is back open tonight after a major traffic mess and hazmat scare. It began this morning when a truck and several vehicles collided in the northbound lanes of I-95 near Basin Road. After the crash, a chemical leaked onto the road. That chemical was organic peroxide. The cleanup took all day because crews had to actually burn it off the road. One person was taken to the hospital after that crash.

You can always get the latest on these stories and more here on cbsphilly.com. That's the latest for the evening "Digital Brief". I'm Jessica Kartalija.