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fox 29 news in hd brought to you by xfinity the future of aweso awesome. right now storms sweeping through the area. live look at allentown getting hit right now with heavy rain and lightning. live radar you can see the reds and yellows all part of that system covering the area. some bearing the brunt of the storm. a live look from the ben franklin bridge tonight here in philadelphia the rain was kind of scattered throughout the night. good evening, i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy noland and we have live team coverage. chris o'connell out with concert fans adventurous diners dodging all of this. we begin with scott williams tracking the storms. >> we're not done with the rainfall yet. you can see that frontal boundary continues to move
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through our area. a break from the rain right now around philadelphia but take a look into sections of chester county to the west of west chester moving toward the malvern area west vincent looking at some downpours and in particular berks county right now looking at very heavy rain around reading moving toward allentown. the pocono mountains. some locations there have seen up to 2-inches of rain. you can see as we move toward delaware, more showers and thunderstorms moving in your direction and take a look at some of the rainfall totals just to our west around york moving toward harrisburg. to to 5-inches and once again toward berks county one to 2-inches of rain. all of this because of that cold front that continues to move through our area. but out ahead of it's very tropical. so we can squeeze out a loft moisture we still have that flash flood watch in effect until friday morning. i-95 north and west and as we go overnight you can see by 3am, still watching some scattered downpours across the area but
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this system it's going to be pretty progressive. look at the clock. by 5am most of the rainfall is moving out and down the shore. coming up we'll talk about the remainder of your friday forecast, when we catch a break from the humidity as well as the weekend forecast. back to you. >> all right, scott, thank you thousands dressed all in white made their way down to south philadelphia for the annual dinner end n blank. rain or shine. fox 29's chris o'connell live at the navy yard tonight. the chris didn't seem to bother anybody out there tonight. >> reporter: the rain i should say downpours did not stop many people from having dinner outside tonight and they did it in a downpour. the party still continues here at the navy yard for the dinner en blank still going on despite the weather but it sure made things interesting. >> it's the most crazy outside thing you could imagine. >> reporter: along with the champagne the cheese and the crackers -- >> it's fabulous. >> there was something else on the menu at fill's dinner en
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blanc. >> rain lots of it. >> how do you stay dry during an event like this that's so elegant? >> you hope for good luck a lot of good luck. >> reporter: good umbrella. >> a good umbrella. >> reporter: diners made their way to the navy yard a downpour was there to greet them. >> kind of do the poncho. we have umbrellas. we're making the best of it. >> reporter: secret pop-up picnic is held in different location every year rain or shine. there wasn't much shine this year but there were 4500 diners trying to stay dry andnd tryingo look somewhat elegant. >> we have a nice artisan cheese and cracker plate. we have some grapes. we have some preserves. >> it decided to rain tonight and clearing white probably was a poor choice but we're working it. >> wet t-shirt con test. >> maybe after a couple glasses of my row say. >> it was just as wet across the river in camden. but a lot more casual. >> no dinner here just a lot of
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diehard jimmy buffet fans who started arriving around noon and spending the evening getting soaked and they wouldn't have it any other way. >> thunderstorm and we will be there. >> reporter: back out here live, now the good news is, the rain seems to have moved out. the bad news is, everyone, i mean everyone got soaked. there's also some other bad news. i'm the only one not in white here tonight, iain. >> what's your problem? (laughter). >> all right chris. look out of place. i don't think they mind, thanks. as we take live look at reading stay ahead of severe weather with the fox 29 news app. looking life radar and get weather alerts sent to your phone just search for it in the apple and google play stores. developing right now, a two-year-old girl who was missing is safe. atlantic city police say blessing mays was never in any danger. now earlier tonight they thought she had been abducted. her mother had her near the walk outlets. the little girl ended up with her father. and police say he spoke with atlantic county prosecutors
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office earlier tonight and that little girl is indeed just fine. new jaw-dropping accusations to against former subway spokesperson injury read fogle under house arrest after pleading guilty to child porn and paying to have sex with minors. tonight florida woman who says she wore a wire to help catch the child predator reveals the alarming conversation she had with him. fox's crystal clark spoke to that woman who calls fogle a monster. report. >> those were his specific words. that's how middle schoolgirls were. >> reporter: it's been 10 years but rochelle herman will never forget the conversation she shared with jirad fogle the former face of subway when unsolicited he told her he was attracted to teens. >> i was really stunned and kept questioning did i really hear what i just heard. >> reporter: it was at an american heart association event in sarasota that fogle opened up to who he thought was a new found friend. herman says six months later at another heart event fogle mentioned his interest again.
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>> he made the same types of comments and wanted to talk to me on my cell phone. >> reporter: that point she knew she needed to tell someone. herman reached out to a friend who directed her to the fbi. >> they asked me is this who i think it is? >> reporter: for years she led fogle to believe she was keeping his secret recording their phone conversations with authorities and getting him to talk about the disturbing sexual desires he allegedly had for children he would visit during school chats. >> what he wanted to do was to get a middle school child in the restroom while school was in progress and he thought that would be very hot. >> reporter: she says his interest was in both girls and boys. herman says it's too uncomfortable sharing the details of fogle's sexual encounters but he'd use techniques to get the teens comfortable before intercourse. >> from walking around scantily clad to, um, to wrestling on a bed. >> reporter: court documents show fogle traveled to new york at least twice between 2010 and 2013 paying for sex with two
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girls under the age of 18. he told one of them he would make it worth her while if she found him another minor, the younger the better according to the indictment. >> you know you think a monster is one sort of person but this is somebody that was just presented to our children and we trusted -- we trusted in that. fogle's plea agreement calls for at least five years in prison and $1.4 million in restitution to his victims. northeast philadelphia post office robbed tonight. police say a man between 45 and 50 years old with a gun walked into the us post office on the 6300 block of castor avenue. he got away with cash and money orders. no one is hurt. a second person involved in a deadly accident in burlington township tuesday night has died. police say 18-year-old galinda passed away. a driver hit her and three children along bud town road in southampton township tuesday night. police say galindo was pulling two children in a wagon while a third child walked.
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that stretch of road has no sidewalks, no shoulder, no street lights. two-year-old martinez died shortly after the crash. the two other children are in critical condition and police say the driver who hit them stopped and is cooperating and will not face charges. we're a little more than a month away now from philadelphia's papal visit. so many people still have questions. so the city now says you can actually find all the answers you need in a book that they will put online. dawn timmeney shows us what you'll find inside that papal playbook. >> it's important to say today to the residents, we hear you. we recognize there are questions. >> reporter: that's why the world meeting of families has spent weeks working on a papal playbook. it will have the most up to date and accurate information on the pope's visit from logistics to security to transportation options and much more. >> will all of the questions that everyone has be answered by the papal visit playbook when it launches on monday? no. >> reporter: but executive
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director donna farrell says it will be constanted updated stressing they want to know residents concerns. >> we want to know what the questions are. we want to hear what people are thinking and what they need to know. >> reporter: mayor michael nutter also trying to allay the fears of those living in or neary strucked area. nutter talking trash and transportation. he says there be garbage and recycling collection on the thursday before the pope arrives but not friday or monday. more than two dozen taxis will now be running in the traffic box until 2:00 a.m. saturday and then again on monday morning at 3:00 a.m. and septa will have detours. >> buses on detour will get as close to the boundary as possible to drop off passengers before turning around for service in the opposite direction. >> reporter: mayor nut reiterating today that people who live in the traffic box can drive but suggesting not a good idea considering the huge number of people who will be filling the streets. >> there's gob to be inconvenience. we've said that from the start. there will be a fair a walking
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much that's what pilgrims do and but they're going to see and experience something for once in their lifetime. >> reporter: for people who need to get their cars off the street during the papal visit, the mayor says the city is still working with parking garages and parking lots and that information will be coming out shortly. the papal playbook will be on the world meeting of families website on monday at noon. we'll also have a link on our website dawn timmeney, fox 29 news. former president jimmy carter says he's at ease and ready for treatment after announcing doctors have found cancer in his brain. in fact, the 90-year-old told reporters he's looking forward to new adventure. he says he hasn't experienced any weakness and the pain so far has been very slight. carter says doctors found four spots of melanoma on his brain. earlier this month they discovered cancer during an operation to remove a tumor from his liver. >> i've had a wonderful life. i've had thousands of friends and i've had an exciting and
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adventurous gratifying existen existence. so i was surprisingly at ease. much more so than my wife was. >> understandable. jimmy carter is the nation's 39th president. in the white house from 1997 to 1981. >> two women on the attack in south jersey a pipe in her hand. what local police say one woman did to the vick testimony just before the other pounced. >> fugitive decides he's not going to lay low even taunting a sheriff's department on their facebook page. >> we're going to seek you out. we're going to find you. we're going to put you in jail. >> the sheriff isn't messing around. the depth's next move he says will give deputees the last laugh. and look at this. a plane -- would you, plate plane waiting to take off struck by lightning. why the passenger behind this video starting rolling in the first place. >> website for cheaters tied to philadelphia city employees. the e-mails just uncovered in the ashley madison hack attack.
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>> live look at radar as the storms move through the area you can see spots lit up in yellow and red and orange even lightning strikes. scott williams is tracking when these things finally move on
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>> two women work together to attack another woman on a camden street. officers say the one on the
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right distracted the victim while the other hit her with a pole. that was on mt. ephraim avenue last sunday in the middle of the afternoon. they ran off before police got there. doctors treated and released the victim from the hospital. if you know who these two are, call police. first on fox, the search for a man preying on women in a philadelphia neighborhood. investigators have been busy near the cobbs creek golf club the site of two reported sexual assaults in the past five weeks. police believe one man may be behind both of those attacks. >> that's why they're not taking any chances if something happening there again. fox 29's brad sattin is live in cobbs creek near the site of the attacks. brad, police are now actively trying to make things safer. >> reporter: lucy, they are. we've seen a number of patrols through the day and into the evening. this is certainly a popular area this golf course to even at night. one of the victims telling police the reason she cuts through the golf course is because she's able to cut off about 45 minutes of a walking commute time but for now police
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are saying, don't do it. taking a three minute walk to the 69th street terminal antoinette pass throughs cobbs creek golf course by herself in the dark. >> this is kind of like really hot today so i just wanted to come at a later time of the day. >> reporter: even when it's dark? >> yes. >> reporter: walking by a golf course with so much passing traffic -- i thought that maybe it would just be okay. >> reporter: police say it's not. she hadn't heard their warning of a sexual predator on the loose. >> the amount of force that is used, um, is something has us concerned. >> reporter: police have beefed up their presence around the golf course what they're now calling pattern. two sexual assaults win 200 yards of each other less than five weeks apart. >> we believe that the offender is the same in both of these cases report roar his attacks are violent. >> it's like a attack. he comes up and pounces on her and immediately renders her unconscious. >> reporter: most recent last friday around 8:00 at night.
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a 39-year-old woman sexually assaulted when she came to she was here under this bridge. >> the second attack happened a little bit off the golf course in a wooded area. >> reporter: first attack on july 11th, 3:30 a.m. a 26-year-old woman walking to work dragged off carting ton road behind some burbs on the golf course and sexually assaulted. police have been walking the grounds even riding in carts searching for clues. while the course offers a peaceful retreat by day, it's awfully dark at night. >> antoinette walk right past the spot of the last attack she has decided to take the of police. >> not travel at night. not travel alone. >> reporter: turns out that's pretty good advice. we can tell you we were out here the night after the first attack and we saw in the darkness at least a dozen women walking by. today after news of the second attack we saw just that one woman. as far as the suspect description, he's being described as hispanic male in his mid 30s, 5-foot five,
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muscular build, short hair, clean shaven and, of course, iain, if you have any information, police are urging to you give them a call. >> absolutely, brad. thank you. a new jersey grand jury is voted not to file charges against two police officers in deadly shooting. controversy over that shooting started to grow back in january when the south jersey times and nj dot comrie leased dash cam video of that traffic stop in video. the officers tell the driver and the badgers jeremy reid that they ran a stop sign. one of the officers said he saw a gun in the glove compartment and pulled his weapon. the cops yelled at received to pus his hands and not to move. reid got out of the car with his hands raised. that's when officers started shooting. in statement today the cumberland county prosecutor's office said the officers feared for their lives. a homeless man is facing an tempted murder charge after police say he viciously attacked and robbed three people in north philadelphia. investigators say marcus jones two day robbery spree this week
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left two people in the hospital include a woman who still in critical condition. officers found that 53-year-old victim tuesday afternoon near the 900 block of north what's street bleeding heffly from her head. police say surveillance video revealed jones knocked her unconscious then continued stomping on her before taking her purse. they say yesterday two other victims reported jones tried to attack them in similar way. a dad will spend up to 16 years in prison for letting his unlicensed teen daughter drive an suv. she crashed in the poconos last august killing three sophomores from council rock high school. 54-year-old michael wear pleaded guilty last month to involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment. the judge said that wear got a lengthy sentence partly because he lied to investigators. the judge called wear's behavior quote reckless, stupid and selfish. wear did apologize today in court. a lucky local powerball player is $2 million rich err than yesterday. >> all thanks to ticket purchased in chester county. the owner of this 76 gas station
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in thorndale told us he's got no idea who bought the ticket. that lucky person matched all five white ball numbers last night's powerball drawing and earned an extra $1 million through the power play option. the store's owner said he sold winning tickets but never quite like this. >> i can't believe it it's in my store got somebody got $2 million. i hang up the phone and then i call the guy again back again. just make sure, you know, that's our station somebody got $2 million? >> that was it. yeah. the store actually gets $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket and the person holding it has a year to claim it. >> better get going on that. two brothers arrested accused of beating even urinating on a man while he slept. donald trump is part of their defense? >> getting creative to steal from a local store. what two thieves grabbed to hide their dirty work. >> she guest starred on the hottest show on the tv.
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one thing patti labelle is refusing to do when she comes back for season two of empire. ♪ now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. >> good evening everybody. construction coming to 422 all day tomorrow. 422 down to one lane right after the rush hour. between oaks and trooper road. keep that in mind if you're heading into kop. you know what friday means. we're going down the shore. tomorrow dewey beach. it's your turn. we'll see you from 6:00 to 10:00 a.m. live in dewey beach. so grab your bucket and shovel and let's go to the beach. we'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning at 4:00.
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♪ caitlin jenner may be living a new life but could face vehicular manslaughter charges for something that happened in her old one. sheriffs investigators determined she wasn't driving safely before deadly chain reaction crash she set off last february. jenner was hauling off road vehicle and couldn't stop in time for a light. she rear ended a car that hit another head on. the 69-year-old woman she rear ended died. a convicted serial killer already sentenced to life in jail faces new charges in
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connection to his escape from prison. david sweat pleaded not guilty to multiple charges today. sweat is accused of of spending three weeks on the run after breaking out of the clinton correctional facility in upstate new york. sweat is currently being held on a different prison in solitary confinement. he escaped from prison back on june 6th with fellow inmate. that second prisoner was shot and killed by police. wildlife experts are trying to figure out how hundreds of birds ended up dead or dying on the streets and sidewalks of downtown tulsa. thousands of these purple mart martins nest in the trees near nearby. tulsa game warden says heavy rains may have knocked them out of the trees and with no time to fly they hit the ground. purple martins are protected species and researchers are studying the birds to make sure no one poisoneed them. two men in boston stand accuse evidence doing something to most of us would be completely unthinkable. urinating on a homeless man. >> what's more, they say republican presidential candidate donald trump inspired them to do it.
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these two brothers scott and steve leader accused urinating on the homeless man's face and ransacking his shelter and then beating the guy. police say the men told they believe donald trump was right about his comments regarding illegal immigrants. the victim police say is hispanic. both suspects have extensive criminal records one of them spend a year in jail after tacking a middle eastern man in the days after the 9/11 attacks. watch out. police say this woman pushed, scratched even bit another woman on subway. the victim's simple question witnesses say set this lady off. >> the website for cheaters now tied to philadelphia city employees. the e-mail addresses just uncovered in the ashley madison hack tack. scott. >> right now ultimate doppler still showing moderate to heavy rainfall moving through the area. coming up when that system moves out. your weekend preview, some humidity relief
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>> storms still moving through our area. here's a live look from wilmington right now. get something rain, even lightning tonight. this will impact your weekend.
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scott williams is tracking when this system finally moves out. surveillance cameras rolled as these guys took over this business in juniata park. an employee behind the counter and customer inside the store could not stop them as they cleaned out registers and just trashed the place. turns out police say these guys pulled off another robbery same day. >> fox 29's dave schratwieser reports investigators hope they catch these guys before they strike again. report. >> got to watch your surroundings at all times. >> reporter: cricket store customers dwight green was on edge thursday aft surveillance cameras caught two armed bandits in a takeover robbery at the cricket store where he pays his bill each month. >> i don't want nobody robbing me. i get nervous. i got to pay my bill. >> as you can see from the video they're not at opposed to putting their hands on people. >> reporter: at one point the robbers put a gun to female customer and forced her to the floor. they quickly went to work rivaling through cash registers
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stealing over $2,000 but these suspected were interested in a bigger score. >> they come in each time demanding they open the safe. once they can't do that they just take whatever cash they can and flee. >> investigators say the suspect has busy day august 3rd turn out they're the same guys who were caught on tape two hours earlier sticking up this cricket store on north 29th street. >> one offender actually jams his gun in the woman month face and she told me she was sore. report roar police believe the string of robberies could continue and the violence could escalate. >> i feel for them people because i know they work hard for they money. it's hard out here. >> as you can see from the video he's waving the gun around a lot. >> reporter: no one was seriously injured in niece two robberies. if you want to look another look at the surveillance video go to if you recognize these guys and you have any information, you can call central detectives or east detectives. at central detectives, dave schratwieser, fox 29 news. >> army milestone tomorrow as the first two women in american
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history will graduate from ranger school. captain kristin and first lieutenant shea passed the grueling 62 day course. training in the same conditions as their male count parts. this is the first year the army opened the course to women on a trial basis. the pentagon is not expected to make any final decisions about exactly what combat rolls women will be allowed to fill until later this year. crazy scary video from atlanta showing this split second lightning strikes a jet. this is what it look like tuesday night in atlanta at the hartfield jackson international airport. guy behind the camera says wow he was taking video of all the planes just sitting on the runway and the storm you saw it right there the bolt hit. he says it took a moment to realize what he'd actually captured. >> boom, right there. the frame was just strike on aircraft. started going through frame by frame and son avenue gun here's the complete strike just before the tail -- right before the rudder on the tail section of the aircraft and you can actually see the bolt traveling
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through the fuselage coming out by the landing gear and trailing off the elevators. >> yes, you can. 117 people were on board that sell at a 737 including the cr crew. no one is hurt. that plane by the way did land safely. >> incredible stuff there. we've got lightning in our area tonight. scott? >> we certainly do. but nothing is severe across our area. but take look at the orange, the red showing up north and west once you move into sections of montgomery county, upper bucks county and the lehigh valley. we'll zoom in a little closer and take look. some thunder boomers kind of rolling threw sections of berks county. moving into montgomery county around the pottstown area then moving toward doylestown be on the look out for heavy rain as we move into warts of parts of south jersey around salem county look at that moderate heavy rain they can tendons back down into central sections of delaware. it's been pretty quiet down the shore for that paschall flats concert. so this system continues to move from west to east but look at
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the heavy rain off to our west just south of harrisburg, a band of two to 5-inches of rain north and west of reading one to 2-inches of rain were it those tropical downpours across the area. this frontal boundary it's kind of moving so it like like the rain will be out of here by tomorrow morning and your friday looks much improved. we still have those flash flood watches along i-95 in particular and then north and west until early friday morning. but as we time everything out, you can see most of the heavy rain diminishes overnight. here's 5am you can see most of the rain it's offshore so this system is going to be pretty progressive getting out of here giving us a nice friday afternoon. a nice friday evening. and, yeah, nice upcoming weekend as we take a look at the expected totals through tomorrow morning most of the heavier rain will be north and west. not whole lot anticipated maybe a quarter of an inch or little more as you move into parts of south jersey and by the um coming weekend that frontal
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boundary could stall a bit bri bringing a few more clouds maybe a scatter shower keep it in in the forecast down the shore. inland looks pretty dry. 90 degrees so, yes, today day six of the heat wave. we saw a couple of peeks of sunshine before those downpours making it to 90. temperatures right now in the 70s and look at the dew points. still pretty tropical if you're stepping outdoors. and we'll keep tabs on that flash flood watch. quickly checking in on the tropics. hurricane danny, 80 miles per hour storm, a very small hurricane. it will continue moving on off to the west northwest over the next several days approaching the windward islands and if it holds together by early next week it could move toward puerto rico. we'll of course keep you posted but temperatures tomorrow, 87 for the high. eagles game looks good. 90-degree heat back for monday and then as we move to the middle and latter part of next week it will be a nice little stretch. >> yeah. in the low 80. >> can't wait. >> all right. >> thanks, scott. getting creative to steal
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from a local store. what two thieves grabbed to hide their dirty work. >> fugitive he's not going lie low. taunting police on their facebook page. the sheriff's next move he guarantees it will give deputees the last laugh. >> four-year-old loft separated from his family how a scary situation turned into a help we live in a pick and choose world. choose, choose, choose. but at bedtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number... right now all beds are on sale. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store. the time is now for the biggest sale of the year, where all beds are on sale! save 50% on the labor day limited edition bed. know better sleep with sleep number.
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♪ philadelphia police are looking for the man in this surveillance video who broke into a northeast philadelphia gas station it happened around 7:00 monday morning at the philly gas station along the 10,000 block of bustleton avenue. police say the man broke the front glass door then used a sign to cover the damage. >> in your money night a second target coming to center city. target has just nouned plans to build a 19,000 square foot store in washington square. that neighborhood. flexible format store as it's called is going up at 12th and chestnut. the company says the store will look and feel differently than normal target and fit right into the neighbor. the company already has plans to build a similar style target at 19th and chestnut in rittenhouse square seven block up. this new store is posed supposed supposed to open in july of neck year. have you ever wanted to take an rv on camping trip. >> i have. without having to even
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enormous vehicle. >> yes. if you have a $99,000 rv that sits in your driveway un11 months out of the year outdoors see a start up company is for you. let's you rent an rv like renting out your place air bnb the average rental for six days costs about 400 bucks a night. not bad. all right a treasure worth millions of dollars dug up from the depths off the florida coast. explorers unearthed 350 spanish gold coins believed to have been lost at sea some 300 years ago. the estimated value of that entire hall is $4.5 million. experts say the coins came from fleet of ships that sank during a hurricane on their way from cuba to spain. group of ship wrecked made the discovery noun own the rights to that wreckage g that is so cool. pretty good. what may have started as scary situation for four yeared boy turned into a once in lifetime memory. >> it started when he got lost at a pack rugby game in australian wound up a star he
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did. >> he ended up on the field. that's when one of the players hasn'ted the ball and told him to run. pint sized forward bolted through almost the entire defense players dramatically falling. he got close to the post and started to slow down it's a big field. he's so leader. one of the players picked him up and carried him over the line. >> pretty good. >> um-hmm. watch out. police say this woman pushed, scratched even bit another woman on the subway. the victim's simple question witnesses say set this lady off. >> website for cheaters tied to philadelphia city employees
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♪ fugitive on the loose in florida is not lying low. in fact he's teasing a local sheriff's office on facebook. but that sheriff is convinced his deputees will get the. (laughter) here. >> here's what that suspect is saying online. >> on his way to jail. >> sheriff grady judd had plenty to say to logan hail.
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>> about his recent facebook post. >> what kind of goof ball are you. >> reporter: 21-year-old has been taunting the sheriff's office on its own page after they posted his wanted picture friday. hail who recently changed his name to logan finally free hail writes "hello, here i am. later he goes on to post "deputees continue to look for me but are frustrated that i am unable to be located. challenge accepted. >> we'll seek you out, we're going to find you. we're going to put in you jail because after all, logan hail's going to go to jail. that's the bottom line. >> reporter: hail stands accuse of several serious charges including armed burglary after stealing 10 grand with worth of jewelry an firearm from a home in north lakeland on august 3rd. that all belonged to donald clark. >> i think it's really stupid of him to be taunting the sorry riff's department that way. >> i think he's going to get caught.
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you know. pretty arrow began. >> reporter: the sheriff couldn't agree more. you could say he really likes that idea. >> we will laugh with logan hale as we take him all the way to jail. >> sheriff rhyming there. there are high tech ways of tracking hale down but he thinks money will dot talking there's $500 reward for information leading to his arrest. >> police in new york city are trying to find this woman after what she did to another woman on subway. that 45-year-old victim told investigators she simply asked the woman to move her bag so she can sit down she says the woman ignored her and then flat out attacked her when she tried to sit down. the victim says the woman pushed and scratched her, pulled her hair and even bit her arm. police are working to try to track her down. >> computer hack is humiliating millions of people. another release twice as big as the first. even more names of people that signed up for a website that has
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motto life is short have an affair. to night we're learning some of those users may be philadelphia city employees. fox 29 wagon end's bill anderson went to the mayor. ♪ >> reporter: ripple effect of the website for cheaters ashley madison being hacked continues to spread. this week it apparently hit closer to home as at least nine e-mails registered for the site were linked to city of philadelphia government e-mail addresses. when a hacker allegedly looked through the leaked e-mails he found thousands associated with military and city government including here in philadelphia. when we caught up with him earlier today mayor nutter was aware but he really doesn't much to say. >> i don't have anything to do with it. >> you were made aware of it. >> yes. we're investigating. thanks. >> clearly cheating on your spouse is a personal issue. but the people that i spoke to here around city hall said if you're dumb enough to do it with a government e-mail possibly
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during work hours, then deal witness consequences. >> i think they should. they're in a position where they're in the public eye and they're supposed to be role models just like everybody in the public eye. there should be some consequences for it. >> something specifically around cheating probably shouldn't be footed by taxpayers. >> doing it on your e-mail and if you're going to cheat you need to be discreet about cheating so it's not a wise decision. >> reporter: members of the administration told me that there is a pop up that comes up on your screen when you log into your computer warning you about visiting unauthorized sites. but dating sites like ashley madison are not blocked so it is possible that people were vesting those sites during work hours. >> city administrators told bill anderson they're trying to figure out who the names are on the list and verify that they used their e-mail address to register. music legend philly's own heat patti had a bell is coming back to empire on fox but there's one thing she won't be
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doing on the hit show. lee daniels asked her to do something quite daring take her wig off. his patti is putting her foot down. there's no way she's going to do that. patti labelle appeared last season on the show. one of music greats who shared the screen with the lions family and said to appear again on the new season. that premieres by the way september 23rd right here on fox 29. for 61 years the philadelphia fire department and muscular dystrophy association have worked together to raise money for a cure. >> today one special young lady from philly was named the honorary fire chief of 2015. fox 29 photojournalist elaine fisher was there. >> we found out that her father is a firefighter engine 16 and we thought what better way to pick someone a family member one of our own families. >> she's your normal 13-year-old little girl. she just has some physical ailments. >> natalie is one of our summer camp kids. she comes every year to m.d. a summer camp which is the best
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week of the year where kids ages six to 17 with neuromuscular disease get to come haven't wonderful week together. >> it's a chance for her to get outdoors and just meet other kids and be out in, you know, in the woods with the trees, with nature and she loves all that stuff. >> the fire department and the locals here really helped make that possible. >> give. give. that's all. i mean, whether it's a dollar or it could be 50 cents, and if that's everything you have, then you gave the most. >> if you're driving around walking around philadelphia tomorrow be on the look out for the firefighters and please fill the boot and fight for cure with m.d. a. >> easy as that. southeastern pennsylvania chapter of m.d. a helps 2500 individuals and families every year. the fire department hopes to meet their goal $160,000 this year. tomorrow as you just heard the last day of that fill the boot campaign. howard eskin in the house. >> yes, i'm here.
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quarterback in the eagles division that's nfc east got brutal hit tonight and left with an apparent injury. i'll show you the hit. sam bradford looks forward to the first game and he wants to get hit. yes, once to get
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♪ i know it's the only preseason game but there will be lots of fans to look forward to seeing sam bradford playing a game for the eagles a real game. well it's exhibition but it's real but likely he will start play two series but probably not much more. all right. eagles have been practicing against their opponent this saturday night. the baltimore ravens he look good again in practice. but the opponent can't touch the quarterback. so bradford wants in the game some contact. >> i think it's always good to get that first hit out of the way. um, you know you never like to get hit but i think sometimes it gets you in the flow of a game. so, upping, hopefully it doesn't happen. hopefully it's not big shot but, um, i wouldn't be, um, i wouldn't hate going to the ground once and getting up knowing and i'm going to be okay. >> eagles are expected to play all four quarterbacks against this week.
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that -- that means another week of tim tebow last week people said because he played with a third and fourth string offensive line that could have affected the way he played. but tebow told me it's not who he plays but how he plays. >> you just want to do your best in every zig. a loft those are great learning situations for me. for receivers to communicate and understand. first time for lot of us in this offense you just try to do the best you can and, um, handle every situation as best you can. >> tebow time on saturday night. now there are two for the phillies from the 2008 world champs with chase utley on this way to the dodgers and ryan howard did not start for the third straight game. it doesn't matter with the phillies pitching to night. to miami. williams was flat out brutal. four run in the first. second inning. march teen prado two hun homer make it six-one in the same inning marcello, watch this moon shot. he hits -- it's a joke he hits
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the top of the fowl pole. amazing. eight runs in less than two innings. phillies lose to miami nine-seven. two preseason games tonight in the robert griffin going out with an injury. let's go to washington take look. now he played a lot. he gets smoked here in the first quarter. you think the coach would take him out you don't need to get him hurt, no that coach is too stupid jay gruden not john. so now he fumbles on a play. he goes down to recover the ball. you can't start running around he suffered a concussion the timetable his return is not known. so those things can happen in pro season games and that's why coaches don't like to play the quarterbacks too long. played four series. that was the fourth series. >> wow. >> they ting any way. >> injured already. all right. >> we're looking forward to the eagles on saturday. meantime we got a full hours of entertainment news next tmz followed by dish nation and
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chasing news followed by the simpsons. >> you know we're back at 4:00 a.m. for your morning news begun day philadelphia. sue serio and bob kelly have you covered with weather and traffic of course. have a great night
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this morning on the fox 29 morning news web site for cheaters now tied to philadelphia city employees, the the e-mail addresses just uncovered in the ashley madison hack attack. police say the same man might be behind two sexual assaults at local golf course, find out what steps they are taking to prevent this from happening again. >> show me your hands. >> so hard to watch, we have a new twist in that case that has the community, outraged, a man with his hand up was shot and killed by police. why officers will not be facing charges. >> good day it is friday


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