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paychecks for this month. what's next for the cash strapped city and keep that winter gear handy. cold air and snow making a return to the region. keep it here. your news starts in 30 seconds. happening now, more winter weather is headed our way. it certainly does not feel like april. the fox 29 weather authority is tracking snow, yes, snow and that's not all along with the white stuff wind chills could
also be in the teens. just when we thought we were done with winter, it is back. good evening i'm dawn timmeney. thanks for watching. here to give us more bad news about the weekend weather is chief meteorologist scott williams. fill us in, scott. >> dawn, hard to believe we are looking at snow for tomorrow across the area. it's an april clipper. right now, you can see that moisture kind of churning around the great lakes. the cold air and the moisture is headed right toward our area during the day tomorrow. in fact, take a look at this. highlighted in purple, north and west, winter weather advisories kick in tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. and continue through 8:00 o'clock tomorrow night. we're talking places like west chester, norristown, plymouth meeting moving toward doylesto doylestown, perkasie, pottstown, reading, allentown you are included in those winter weather advisories. some of the latest computer mod dead he dell guidance continuing to show there could be a little bulls eye especially north and west once you move toward the higher elevations and watch those temperatures as we go hour
by hour. by tomorrow morning, in the mid to upper 30ing out there starting out as some rain, changing over to wet snow north and west and then continuing really throughout the balance of the day. most of the accumulation will be on those grassy surface and also those elevated untreated roadways and then temperatures really tumble as we move towards saturday night, sunday morning with winter weather advisories ending but freeze warnings kicking in effect. we'll have much more on the timing and track of this system coming up. dawn? >> all right, scott, thank you. you can stay prepared for the weather by downloading fox 29 app. it's like having our meteorologists right at your fingertips. you can check conditions in your neighborhood 24/7. that app is available in the apple store or on google play. developing to night in the city's hunting park neighborhood, philadelphia police hope someone can recognize the man or car in these photos. it's all in connection with a possible abduction. witnesses say a man force add woman into a car along the 900 block of luzerne street.
west luzerne around 9:00 o'clock this morning. woman was reportedly heard screaming for the guy to get away from her and witnesses say there was a physical confrontation before the woman was forced into the car. and the car drove off. police investigate a double shooting in point breeze. it happened about 8:00 tonight right here 22nd and tight ton streets according to authorities a 22-year-old man was shot several times and is now in critical condition at a local hospital. a 20-year-old man was shot twice and is in critical but stable condition. police are still searching for that shooter. well it was a day to celebrate. the 2016ncaa men's basketball championship in center city philadelphia. still riding high off monday night's heart stopping win over the north carolina tar heels the villanova wildcats triumphantly made their way through the city this afternoon. thousands of people gathered near city hall today to share and villanova's victory and fox 29's bruce gordon was right in the middle of all the fun and
fanfare. >> reporter: so this is what a championship parade looks like. we had almost forgotten the villanova wildcats reminded us all how it feels to be on top of the sports world. >> just immense pride. immense joy. and jay wright class guy. wonderful feeling to be part of it. everybody loves a winner, right? >> yes. >> reporter: the parade was short but oh, so sweet. villanova paid tribute to its past champions a ans it honor the present. lots of folks in the huge crowd of followed the cats through the all. wins and the losses, tears of joy sadness. >> my husband and i went there, got married there. our son did, too. got married there. and it's just embodies what villanova is all about. >> reporter: this is family for you? >> absolutely. >> reporter: then came the double decker bus carries this young title winners the young man who became household names even arcidiacono ochefu if we can barely pronounce them. >> saw myself watch them win it
wasn't great feeling. like i experience wad they experienced. >> reporter: may kenny welcomed the champions and made clear his streets are available for another party whenever need. >> you want to come back next year, come on back. we'll be waiting for you. >> reporter: crowd reported as players were introduced including the man who hit the shot heard around the basketball world. >> we put a lot of hard work in this year and this is something that nobody ever be able to take away from us. whenever you teaching your kids to shoot, tell them the one-two step and let it fly. >> there are those who believe the wildcats aren't a philadelphia team. suburbs doesn't equal city. nonsense said the head coach. >> we are honored to be a part of philadelphia today and forever. >> reporter: and as the streamers flew and the championship winning shot was relived, the words of a bank employee watching the parade with their co-workers came to mind. >> and everything that's going on in the world now a days, people need this. nobody is fighting. nobody is arguing. we need this. we need this.
it brings us together. >> reporter: before long all that confetti will be swept up and the security fencing will be put away. you'll barely know there had ever been a parade here but memories that villanova has given us this week, well, we'll have those for lifetime. in the newsroom, i'm bruce gordon, fox 29 news. >> well, now that the parade is all over, so is the excitement or is it? fox 29's brad sattin is live from bryn mawr tonight. not too far from campus. hey, brad. >> reporter: hey, dawn. sheer pandemonium here tonight. can you -- okay, okay, it's not really. of course this is a college town which means it's still herlly for friday night. we can tell you there's a special feeling around here that is going to last while. signed the grogg about a mill from villanova campus things c cammed down since monday night heard around nova nation. this is when it looked like when kris jenkins shot the basketball to hit the title. guys didn't each each other didn't think twice about hugging it out. >> off the charts.
people were screaming. spraying us with beer. breaking their bottles on the bar. like the feeling was crashing in. it was just nuts. >> who would have thought surveillance video would actually become a souvenir video for owner ari rapt u.s. >> complete pandemonium. i never saw walls shake until then. it was out of this world. >> reporter: here we are now. the big parade is over. the cleanup around city hall now complete. fans poured on to trains and headed back home. but that feeling, the one that makes complete strangers hug, most near campus say that feeling will stick around awhile bryn mawr firefighter bob meals was on the fire truck that kick off the parade. >> we were on top of the truck looking out over the crowd, and you just saw, you know, i don't know if it's 30,000, 40,000 i don't know what the number was, there was just so many people looking not only at us but at the parade route we're going isn't this unbelievable. >> reporter: patrons at the bar this week tipped a little better. everyone in high spirits and it didn't hurt that classes were canceled two days on account of excessive celebration.
in fact, was anyone in class at all this week? >> you know in case my parents were watching yes, i've been going classes. >> reporter: now back to the harsh reality on the tv's across the bar the sixers are on. but after a week coast pat will never forget he's become a true optimist. >> it's okay. maybe the fill cleese do something. zero-four is not a good start. >> reporter: no, it's not. everybody seems to be in a good mood. i am as well. so the owner here wanted me to tell you that if you come to the grog here, there is complimentary parking. it's kind of quite now but it may be the place to be a little later tonight. dawn, back to you. >> all right. thank you, brad. and you can relive all of today's excitement and villanova'villanovavillanova' mh the inform ca by heading to fox29.com. questions remain tonight about a shooting in philadelphia's germantown neighborhood. it happened near wister and nedro avenues around 4:30 this afternoon police tell i was
16-year-old discovered that he had been shot in the leg while sitting on a septa bus. he was a passenger on the route el line. the teen apparently was not shot on the bus. right now he's being treated at the hospital and police are investigating but not releasing any new details at this time. police still trying to piece together how a gun went off inside a grays ferry home and injured a child. this happened last night along the 1500 block of south 32nd street. we're hearing a nine-year-old was taken to chop for injuries after a gun somehow fired inside that home. it's not clear exactly how it all happened but police are telling us the child is okay. a car speeds out of control in south philadelphia early this morning and an uber driver catches it all on his dash cam. as it happened on south columbus boulevard. police say the car didn't hit any other vehicles, but it did hit a median strip and then slammed into a peco building. this was about 3:00 o'clock in the morning. two people in the back seat were killed. the driver and a third passenger are recovering tonight in the
hospital. it will be almost a a month before city employees in atlantic city get their next paychecks for the hours they work. as joanne pileggi reports the paychecks they picked up today, well, they'll be their last until may sixth at the state and city leaders remain at an impass over just how to get out of the red. >> reporter: well, hundreds of city employees will in fact be staying on the job despite the fact they won't get another paycheck until may. that's the latest from the o on-going financial crisis here in atlantic city. as night falls in new jersey's cash strapped casino and tourist mecca, the talk here at the iconic white house sub shop is all about the city's latest financial debockle which nearly shut down city hall. >> it's not a good thing. especially with a town that is so busy and we need our police and we need our firemen on duty getting paid. these people have families. they have mortgages. >> reporter: firefighters and police part of atlantic city's
900 member work force agreed to for go their paychecks after today until may sixth. city officials citing dire financial straits and seeking state aid said they didn't have the money to pay them. >> once a month. getting paid in a month. that's crazy. people got houses out here, bills to pay. how they going to pay they bills? i just say it's sad. >> i don't know what's going on with the city, city hall and the state and everything, but they need to get this ironed out. we're coming up on our busy season, and we'll have a lot of people in town, and they want a sense of security. they have families they want to walk around knowing there's a police officer out there getting paid and they're not aggravated. >> reporter: the city is reeling from debt. the loss of revenue from the loss of several casinos in the last few years. the governor saying no to financial bail outs. >> this administration is putting itself in line with the tack pairs of atlantic city and the taxpayers of the state of
new jersey who will not bail us out any longer. we're just not going to do it. now, if they want to test me, they can test me. >> reporter: the governor adamant about bailout plan. he won't let it happen here until state lawmakers approve a plan to take control of the city's finances. in atlantic city, joanne pell will he gee, fox 29 news. times are changing and so are some of the beliefs of the catholic church. lee action pouring in after pope francis announces a major shift in the church's practice. and a state trooper in indiana is out of a job tonight forgetting drivers more than just a speeding ticket. what he did that had them offended. and even though he didn't want to disappoint his fans, bruce springsteen announcing he's canceling his shows. the reason the boss pulled the plug coming up.
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♪ a somber event tonight in center city. victims and survivors of crime gathering offering support to one another. but they're taking their tragic stories and using them to try to make their city a safer place in honor of their loved one. fox 29's sabina kuriakose is live in center city tonight and so many heartbreaking stories. sabina. >> reporter: so many heavy hearts here tonight, dawn. but despite the sadness, tonight' message was one of action. there were tears and there was heartbreak insight first unitarian church on chestnut street. stories of violence and murder. of pain and loss. the more than anything there was hope. here was a room full of not just victims but survivors. >> he was my oldest son.
>> monique' 19-year-old son eric wood was shot dead nearly nine years ago much his murderer was never caught. monique says she comes every year to the philadelphia coalition for victims advocacy candlelighting ceremony keeping vigil for as long as it takes. >> people tend to forget those ones that people lost, you know, the city for gets, you know, because we lose so many every day that you forget about the older ones. but for me, i'm the one that has to still stand up for my son. >> my young niece was violently raped back in 2009 for over seven hours. >> reporter: despite robin's horrick story -- >> my message is hopeful. >> she's now soldier for those whose lives are marred by the terrible acts of others shining the light a head. >> we teach our youth to fight against violence together maybe we can stop the madness and there can be hope from a horrifying live experience. >> reporter: youngest murder
victim seven months old. the old defendant, casualties of shootings and abuse and rape. many families calling for an end to guns on the streets and legislative action. mayor jim kenney addressing the gathering. >> working hard every day with our police department, our rec department, with our education department and with all the things we can do to enrich the difficult sip codes and difficult neighborhoods that are producing this kind of misery. >> reporter: for robin her niece now her inspiration. that hope can transform and it can heal. >> she's doing great. she's a teacher now. she graduated. she's in love. she's planning her wedding. so, you know, she overcame it to take back her power in the aftermath. >> and that is true resilience and strength much if you have any information on the murder of eric woods, his mother is asking you to call police. dawn? >> sabina, thank you. bald eagle found sick and disoriented two weeks ago in sussex county, delaware, is back in the wild tonight.
tri-state bird rescue and research releasing the bird after helping to nurse it back to health. it is the third bald eagle found in this condition. the delaware department of natural resources and environmental control is still trying to figure out what killed five bald eagles in that county. the key remaining suspect in the paris terror attacks has reportedly been arrested. reports say that muhammed abrini was captured a life in brussels today in a terror sweep after months on the run. the 31-year-old was the last suspect wanted in connection with the paris attacks. officials say it's also likely that abrini is the man in the hat the mysterious figure shown in surveillance footage leaving the scene of last month's brussels airport bombing. pope francis calling on priests all around the world to be more compassionate and less judgmental. the new message comes from long awaited new guidelines on family life in a document titled the joy of love. fox's lauren green has more. >> reporter: pope francis is
calling for more welcoming church. one that won't condemn but at the same time would steer the faithful towards living out its truths. more than 250 page do you mean is the culmination of two controversial gatherings of bishops from around the world where they grappled with a wide array of challenges for modern day families. divorce, sex outside of marriage and homosexuality. >> we must have mercy and patience when we accompany the people and their possibility for growth. this is work carried out die by day giving way to the mercy of the lord who inspires us to do good. >> reporter: generally pope's major theme is discernment a constant process of being open to the word of god in the concrete reality of every day life his most compassionate out reach appears to be hinting at a possible pathway for the divorced and remarried catholics to receive holy communion. the pope saying no one can be condemn forever because that is not the logic of the gospel. the pope also talks about the
need for priests to help people in all kinds of family couldn't figure races to find a place in the church community without feeling wade down by rules. he says, a pastor cannot feel that it is enough to apply more laws to those living in irregular situations as if they were stones to throw at people's lives. the document makes no changes in church doctrine. >> the pope himself talked about, you know, his desire not to change doctrine or his focus is more on encouraging a different approach. a more pastoral and merciful approach towards people who are living in situations that's incompatible with catholic teaching on marriage. >> reporter: pope reiterated the church's position abortion calling it horrendous and wrote that same sex unions may not be equated with marriage. in new york, lauren green, fox news. amazing opportunity for a delaware teen, 17-year-old brittany gore has been named an
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17-year-old miguel ryan they are charged in the murder of 18-year-old woman. hours after austin police released surveillance video of the suspect austin firefighters called in a tip and they identified the guy in the video as the same man they had contact with for a fire in a vacant building near campus earlier in the week. >> we are very certain that the subject we have in custody the
suspect is in custody is the suspect responsible for the death of this beautiful young woman. >> police took the man into custody at a homeless shelter authorities say he had the girl's dufflebag with him when they placed him under arrest. in indiana, trooper is out of a job after investigators say he was preaching to drivers that he was pulling over. a woman says trooper brian hamilton initially pulled her over for speeding but then he asked her if she goes to church and is she saved? following that incident in january, the woman says someone at the trooper's church approached her saying he had put her on a prayer list so the woman filed a lawsuit claiming her constitutional rights were violated. >> he's engaged in the official acts of his job especially when he's a police officer, in those kind of stops are inherently coercive that's not the time to be talking to people about their religion. >> state police say they fire him for insubordination he was
also sued in 2014 for similar traffic stop and he was told back then that he was not allowed to question people about their religious beliefs while on the job. a man is testing out a jet pack in denver, colorado, and he ends up in the hospital. authorities say he works with a company called jet pack international and was testing out one of think jet packs when somehow he crashed while trying to land. it happened earlier today. reports say the man was not wearing a helmet or any kind of protective gear. he is in stable condition in the hospital tonight. something just about all of us have. netflix. why millions of us could soon be paying more and not even realize it. and if the picture posted on social immediate yachts that's posting outrage and disgust. the game of beer pong with a nauseating antisemitic twist. >> get ready for temperatures plunging this upcoming weekend and, yes, take look at this, a clipper that will bring april snow. new information on the timing and totals next.
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game is proving to be anything but fun and we want to warn uh-uh fine this picture offensive high school students were captured paying beer pong dubbed holocaust pong. the cups formed the shape of swats toy is a and a jewish star. as karen hepp reports school official are taking this very seriously. >> reporter: this is the alcohol holocaust a beer pong game with dark twist. kids from princeton high a ranged their cups in nazi swastika and a star of david and someone posted this picture on snap chat. classmates needly recognized the partiers. >> it was so incentive and though it may not -- i mean i don't have any personal ties to the holocaust or any of the crimes against humanity that went, n happened then, it just still really resonated with me. >> jamaica ponder felt compelled to blog about it calling her post, drinking games. >> initially eye as soon as i put the blog post up about three
of the seven i think it is boys in the photo did contact me directly and beg me to take it down, and i'm not going to lie i definitely considered doing so, because i know these kids. and i didn't want to cause myself any problems at school. but i -- i couldn't bring myself to do it i felt it was the right thing to leave it up there. >> reporter: many are glad she did, too. a fair number are not. there's lot of tough conversations happening now at princeton high about bias, anti semitism and privilege. >> i do know that i found these actions offensive. i don't think these kids lives should be ruined. she deserve a second chance and i'm willing to forgive them. >> they made a stupid mistake. >> we think we're invincible. >> the district superintendent is trying to make this a teachable moment. he writes, i am deeply upset that some of our students chose to engage in a drinking game with clearly antisemitic over tones and brought cast their behavior over social medial we
are talking to those students and their families. we are also focused on the lessons this incident has for all of us. >> the school board says they're taking action on this. there will be consequences but whatever disciplinary actions occur they will will be confidential. i'm karen hepp, fox 29 news. well, if you are headed out this weekend you're going to want to have a full compliment of winter attire. it's not terrible out there right now, as we take life look at old city, but those temperatures are about to drop. on your radar, snow. something we don't want to hear in april, scott. >> i know. it's just bizarre. the pattern it has just been unprecedented across parts of the area. today temperatures about 10 degrees below where we shall be for this time of year which is 61 degrees. the record high is 90 set back in 1929 so that just tells you we can have bizarre temperature swings during the month of april. so here's the bottom line. winter wet advisories north and west. yes, weekend snow during the day
tomorrow. wintry mix of rain, some wet snow and then a freeze up potentially with freeze warnings already posted for tomorrow night through sunday morning with temperatures at or blow 32 degrees in the areas highlighted here in purple. so let's talk about what's happening on ultimate doppler we're dry, quiet for now but take a look at this moisture off to the west. this is the clipper, the cold air, the rain and the know it's head right toward our area. so how much snow are we talking well it looks like around the i-95 corridor interior south jersey, northern sections of delaware, mainly just a coating on the grassy surfaces. we're compete wig that april sun angle as you move a little farther north and west into places like west chester, norristown moving into lower merion and also into sections of bucks county likely one to two slushy inches. then move little farther to the north and west lancaster, reading, moving toward the doylestown area, allentown in the lehigh valley two to
4-inches slushy accumulations untreated surfaces secondary roads and once again mainly on the grassy surfaces. the roads will likely just be wet during the day. but then as we move toward tomorrow night with those temperatures dropping, we will see that refreeze. so tomorrow morning, light rain changing over to some wet snow. it looks like the instead yesterday during the midday into the early afternoon time frame before it starts to taper off later on in the afternoon. so as we watch the clock, by 10am, we're looking at some rain, wet snow around philadelphia. all rain down the shore and then continue to watch the clock by lunch time you can see pockets of heavier snow once you move a little farther to the north and west. then by 2:00 o'clock, still watching for some of that rain and snow. temperatures drop down the sho shore. so everyone will likely see some wet snow before all said and done. will it stick everywhere, no. but the wind will be picking up as well by tomorrow night gusts over 30 miles per hour. so temperatures right now, 47
philadelphia. 31 degrees already in the pocono mountains. that colder air continues to move in from the north and the west and that will support that snow. so for tonight 33 in the burbs. 37 in the city. tomorrow 42 degrees. feels like temperatures will be in the 30s. so have your winter gear handy and also just watch out on roads for some slick spots and once again we're mainly looking at those minor accumulations on grassy surfaces, roads should just be wet tomorrow during the day. take look at those temperatures sunday morning, dawn, 28 degrees. that's in philadelphia. so there could be some black ice and a refreeze. 49 on sunday. then not as cold. low 60s back for monday. of course we've got the home opener weather looking pretty good for that. more showers arriving tuesday into wednesday of next week and temperatures returning to where we should be right around 60 degrees for this time of year. so, yes. snow. >> it's crazy. winter felt like spring and now spring feels like winter. >> we don't know what to do.
>> all right, scott, thank you. well, a bull gets loose in texas and he is angry and things quickly go from bad to worse. what happens when he comes face to face with some unlucky peop people. and this coffee shop has gone to the dogs. how walking in for cup coffee could actually change pup's live forever. now, with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. get ready for the kelly drive repaving project continues on the overnight and through the weekend. you'll see a lot of that uneven pavement and if you hit those exposed potholes or i should say the manhole covers it had knock your front end alignment out of wack there. tomorrow, act heading in and out of south philly with the flyers on the ice for a 3:00 o'clock game. and then this weekend septa kicks in new schedules for it's regional rail lines make sure you have the new timetable. so you're good to go for monday morning's rush hour v great night. i'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning for "good day
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♪ chaos caught on camera in texas. this surveillance video shows an angry bull terrorizing a neighborhood on wednesday night. the bull's owners were taking it to vet for a check up when it got loose. the escaped bull chased six different people. one man ended on the wrong ends of the horns and wound up on crutches. >> when i first noticed him, he
didn't know if he was going to charge me or not, but then as soon as he started rupping towards me i knew he was going to -- he meant business. >> sadly animal control officers p forced to shoot and kill the bull so he did not hurt anyone else. he may be born to run but bruce string 17 steen won't be running to north carolina any time soon. today the rock legend canceled a concert that was scheduled to take place this weekend. the boss says the cancellation was done to protest the state's new law restricting public toilet use by transgender peop people. the new law blocks an earlier anti discrimination ordinance that would have allowed transgender individuals to use bathrooms that matched their gender identity. if a police officer shows up at your house it often means there's problem but one officer in minnesota spent his day off lending a helping hand to couple who really needed it. fox's rob olson has his story. >> reporter: this begun with police call last thursday to
this neighborhood in lakeville. a woman had fallen in the garage of this home and her husband was unable to get her back into the house. police sergeant who responded to help realized there was more that he can do and came back on his day off. >> it's a small but it's a million dollars to me. >> reporter: it's 12 to two by fours and couple peaces of plywood. when you add it up -- >> freedom. freedom. you know. it takes a lot off of my mind as far as getting her into and out of the house and i think she'll be a lot happier. >> reporter: tom last thursday was helping his wife up the couple garage stairs she can't navigate well any more due to cellulite when she fell. being an amputee himself he struggled to help her up. >> i ended up calling 911 and jay was fir on the scene. >> the sergeant who's is bit shy about this whole deal. >> it's blown up.
i never was comfortable with it but, you know, it is what it is. >> reporter: responded to the home that thursday is an officer came back sunday on his day off as a do it yourself. >> i just new something should be done or had to be done and it doesn't sound like they had a support network in place. >> reporter: tom had never put in ramp because he rents in recent months his wife whose now hospitalized had gotten worse. >> lately she just wanted to stay in the house, because she wawa grade to get in and out of the house. >> reporter: lakeville police put the good deed on their facebook page kudos that jay never wanted. the home depot bill was only $62. there's no price on what it means. >> he's just a good person. you know. we'll put that it way, and words can't thank him enough. >> reporter: tom says his wife should get out of the hospital at the end of this week and says this simple thing will have a major impact on her quality of live once she comes home. in lakeville, rob olsen.
>> great story. well this weekend millions of people around the world are coming together for a unique holiday good deeds is this sunday. it was started 10 years ago by a philanthropist hoping to bring together volunteers to improve the lives of others and the organization behind it now says it's just gotten bigger and bigger each year. >> this year good deeds day we'll have participants in sent countries worldwide with over 1.5 million people formally involved in hands on activities, but as we've seen over the years, there's so many more people that join in on an informal basis. >> the group says your good deed doesn't need to be big but the act just needs to put a smile on someone else' face. >> bear cub in florida is alive thanks to fast acting residents. the baby black bear suffered slight burns to its paws and face. the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission is now evaluating the cub which firefighters nicknamed smokey
injury. wildfire so far has burn more than 250 acres. electronics sports are growing in popularity and in fact athletes who play so-called e sports are beginning to earn the same type of salaries as the real life players they emulate on screen. fox's will car has for us from los angeles. >> reporter: there are no bats, balls or baskets but make no mistake about it, the growing industry of e sports, video games like riot games, league of legends have major parallel to traditional professional sports isn't we filled out olympic soccer stadium in korea a couple years ago and the injury of the fans is just the same. >> josh covers e sports athletes as their called they compete in front of live audience and and stream to millions online. the best can make seven figures a year. >> we've seen the cost of players, um, double, triple every six months because of the amount of revenue that's being unlocked into the industry.
>> reporter: to get the most out of his investment team owner steve requires his players live and practice online and outdoors where former nfl players help them with physical training. >> one of the most talented e sports athletes in the world. >> a lot of people get 20,000, 30,000, 40,000 people watching them every night. you get to basically rupp commercial. >> it's bag off industry experts e sports revenues could hit half billion dollars this year. >> this is the type of content where people watch it online, they watch for long periods. advertisers love that. >> reporter: some international players are receiving athlete visas to come to the united states and now even colleges are getting into the mix uc irvine eventually announced its intent to offer scholarships for e sports team, hire a coach and build an e sports a rona.
in los angeles, will carr, fox news. the temple basketball team shot some hoops today with some local young people, and they had nice new nets and rims to shoot on thanks to the net project. it's the could fund mow page set up by nick, to help refurbish philadelphia's local courts latest court rehab was at duckery elementary school in north philadelphia. sean bell joining me now with more on sports. villanova. >> villanova getting it done and those guys wishing to go pro and make it and do thing that allen iverson once today. today he spoke to the media for the first time since his hall of fame announce. check out what had the answer in tears. >> put a bow around the parade that was so unbelievable. we have the sights and sounds of this great event plus listen to big smooth walking off in fashion much that's coming up next in sports.
♪ villanova the toast of the town. the darling darlings of philly. they shocked the world over and over again in the month of march. now it's time to sit back, relax enjoy the fruits of their labor that started today with the big time parade. thousands and thousands of people came up to show some love to nova. whether you went to nova, temple, drexel or wherever you
went you had to come out and show support for this nova team flat out getting it done. at the end the parade the coaches and players made sure they showed a little love back. >> we take great pride in representing philadelphia basketball and today everybody in philadelphia is a part of the nova nation. >> we put a lot of hard work in this year and this is something nobody will ever be able to take away us from and when ever you teach your kid to shoot tell him the one-two step and let it fly. >> big smooth. big moment. from college to the pros there's no one who captured philly's heart quite like allen iverson he was a little man that always got it done. the most fearless and toughest competitor the league has he have seen and today before the sixers game the answer poured his heart out about staying true to himself. >> i love being me. like i love who my mom made me and who my dad made me. this is who i am.
my family and my friends love who i am. that's the only thing that matters to me. like, my fans, the ones that love mow, they love me. so the hell i'm worried about who don't. >> that's the man everybody loves. that is the man who is always 100% real and we love him for that. he sat down and watch this terrible game that the sixers always play. turn over right here. the ball ends up in his hands. pump fake nerlins noel. tray ball. the sixers fall once again, 10 109-102. the phillies are two-16th inning mets. he rips one right past how war. floods gates they were wide open after that. the mets cruise to an easy win seven-two the phils remain winless. and allen iverson. >> i know. >> i love watching him play. >> the heart that little man
has -- he's sick foot. in basketball terms beautiful. love that guy. >> everybody does. that's our news for tonight. full hour of entertainment news is next followed by tmz, dish nation and "good day philadelphia" starts tomorrow morning at 7am. remember your mega millions lottery is next. have a good one. ♪